The World's Most Expensive Bowl of Noodles; Food Trucks Hired to Cater Holiday Parties
Apparently, the role of the cheesemonger involves more than sales -- it's also about calming our fears over the ickiness of cheese. [Wall Street Journal]
Niu Ba Ba in Taipei serves the world's most expensive bowl of noodles, for the equivalent of $324. It's made with beef from four countries and five or six different stocks. [Wall Street Journal]
Kosher food pantries in New Jersey are seeing such an increase in need that they've added a new location on Route 70. [Newsday]
Governor Paterson recently announced a new executive order that will promote the use of local foods from sustainable farms. [Hamptons]
The Senate has re-passed the food safety bill, this time without mistakenly included tax provisions that by law must originate in the House. [NY Times]
I Trulli, Fishtail, and Hearth are among restaurants serving Feast of the Seven Fishes meals this holiday season. [NY Post]
Restaurant industry associations strongly support the tax-cuts bill that President Obama has just signed into law. [Nation's Restaurant News]
Rickshaw Dumpling, Wafels & Dinges, and the Bistro Truck are among food trucks getting hired to cater holiday parties this year. The cost starts around $1,200. [Crain's]
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