Jamie Oliver Wins Emmy for Food Revolution; General Tso Still Rules Chinese Food Orders
A recent study reveals that most people -- 79 percent, in fact -- would dine at a restaurant that was "certified green" over one that wasn't. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Nestlé, the maker of Nespresso espresso pods, is suing its rivals, claiming they are making cheaper versions of the Nespresso product. [NY Times]
The Kenmare has gone from no-man's-land to culinary destination with restaurants like Travertine, Kenmare, and the Village Tart. [NY Post]
Jamie Oliver won an Emmy Award for his reality show Food Revolution, which documented the issue of childhood obesity and the horror of school lunches. [BBC]
Despite having far more exotic options when it comes to Chinese food, New Yorkers tend to order dumplings, egg rolls, fried rice, and General Tso's chicken. [NY Post]
Martha Stewart threw herself a birthday party last week at Navy Beach in Montauk, a restaurant co-owned by Leyla Marchetto, daughter of Silvano Marchetto of Da Silvano. [Wall Street Journal]
Apparently, new USDA and FDA rules governing eggs that were adopted July 9 could have prevented the salmonella outbreak that sickened hundreds. [Wall Street Journal]
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