Olive Garden Remodels to Look More Tuscan; Hunts Point Produce Market to Relocate After Losing Lease
Gwyneth Paltrow is everywhere these days and might be coming to a newsstand near you. The actress is rumored to be [groan] planning a food magazine. [NY Post]
Olive Garden is remodeling 400 of its more than 730 locations over the next two years to look more like Tuscan villas. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Shocker: There are truck-driving services in Italy that deliver food from mothers in Calabria to their adult children in Rome and other cities. [Wall Street Journal]
Oded Brenner of Max Brenner, Chocolate by the Bald Man, offers advice on hosting breakfast parties: The key is not to invite too many kids. [Wall Street Journal]
The Hunts Point wholesale produce market in the South Bronx, said to be the largest in the world, is probably relocating to New Jersey after its lease expires. [Wall Street Journal]
There's now a cookbook inspired by baseball players' eating habits. Diamond Dishes by Julie Loria is out tomorrow. [NY Post]
A New York company is recalling a batch of Norwegian smoked salmon because of potential contamination by Listeria monocytogenes. [Food Safety News]
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