Subway to Send More 'Undercover Bosses' to Stores; Carnival Cruise Line Denies Serving Spam
A Subway executive who recently appeared on the CBS show Undercover Boss has called for more upper management to go into stores to see how they work. [Nation's Restaurant News]
City Council Speaker Christine Quinn is calling out Mayor Bloomberg for a policy that forces people who receive food stamps to get fingerprinted. [CBS News]
If you're brining your turkey, you might have to start today, as some recipes call for a 72-hour process. But you can also just brine for 24. [Diner's Journal]
Did the stranded Carnival Cruise ship serve its passengers Spam? The company denies claims from those aboard that they were served the processed meat product. [Wall Street Journal]
How do the Mannings do Thanksgiving? Eli likes mashed potatoes and green beans, while Peyton prefers to focus on protein (turkey) rather than carbs (pie). [NY Post]
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