The Blogroll Gazette: Big Gay Ice Cream Men Face Guy Fieri; Yet Another Freight Elevator Lunch
This week in food blogs...
Eat Me Daily sent the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck's Doug Quint and Bryan Petroff to the Guy Fieri Road Show to witness flair bartending and a pork-cooking encore.
The Food Section unearths a new site called TasteStopping that solely publishes food photographs rejected by other food porn sites.
Eater discovered a loophole to the SLA's 500-foot rule limiting the number of licensed bars in that space to three: It doesn't apply to wine and beer.
Grub Street noticed that the Monster Taco Truck has moved some 25 blocks south from 110th Street to 86th and Lex.
Midtown Lunch found yet another freight elevator lunch place at 306 37th Avenue that serves up stewed meat, rice, and beans for $5.
The Atlantic Food Channel looks at why ground beef is dangerous. (Hint: the USDA strongly encourages meat companies to test for E. coli, but they don't have to.)
Meanwhile, Always Hungry went behind the scenes at Pat LaFrieda Meats to see how real ground beef magic happens.
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