Picky Eaters Get Some Attention; New Yorkers With Small Kitchens
Picky eaters, who have long stumped medical experts because their behaviors don't fit the traditional eating disorder profile, can now report on their unusual eating habits with the first national public registry of picky eating. [Wall Street Journal]
A new study reveals that children are seeing fewer television ads for sweets, but possibly more commercials for fast food. [CNN]
McDonald's China Co. is denying that additives used in the fast-food chain's Chicken McNuggets are toxic, saying they're "harmless" in the quantities used. [BusinessWeek]
A Colorado company is recalling some 66,000 pounds of ground and tenderized bison meat that may be contaminated with a potentially deadly strain of E. coli. [CNN]
Lactose intolerants, rejoice: Camel milk is coming to store shelves, and, unlike cow's milk, it doesn't cause protein allergies. [Reuters]
Fleischer's Grass-Fed and Organic Meats in Kingston, New York, is now not only known as the butchery where author Julie Powell apprenticed, but also as a meat delivery service. [NY Post]
The city's best lobsters rolls include the usual suspects: Luke's Lobsters, the Red Hook Lobster Pound, and the Mermaid Inn. [NY Post]
Resourceful New Yorkers have turned their tiny apartment kitchens into highly functional spaces where multi-course meals can be made. [NY Post]
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