Domino's Grossout Kids Face Arrest; TV Chefs on the Naughty List & Bruni Begs: Eat At Restaurants!
"Michael" and "Kristy" from the grossout YouTube video in which two Domino's Pizza employees defile pizza toppings before allegedly serving them to customers face felony charges and, possibly, a civil suit. [FOXNews]
Don't do as they say or as they do--TV chefs are spreading their bad habits to viewers, such as the overuse of tin foil (Giada), overconsumption of mass-produced meat (Guy Fieri), and purchase of over-packaged pre-made foods (Sandra Lee). [Huffington Post]
Fruits and vegetables are good for you--if you're a non-smoker. Smokers, on the other hand, may increase their risk of colon cancer by eating too many fruits and vegetables, according to a recent Europe-wide study. [AFP via Google]
Meanwhile, a British study has found that children who eat foods rich in vitamins A and C, such as broccoli, spinach and squash, are less likely to develop asthma. [Independent]
Frank Bruni appealed to readers yesterday to save their favorite two- and three-star restaurants from a failing economy: "If there's a restaurant out there that you love, visit it... Because if you don't do that--and maybe even if you do--there's a solid chance they won't be around on the far side of these dark days." [NY Times]
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