To Truly Go Green, Eat Bugs; Should GM Fish Be Labeled?
Phil Ross, a San Francisco-based chef and artist, hosted an insect-based meal at Brooklyn Kitchen this past weekend, as a means to promote a tasty, sustainable diet of animals you can raise yourself at home. [NY Times]
Less than a month after Eataly was unleashed on New Yorkers, a round-up of the city's best food shops also includes Zabar's, Murray's Cheese Shop, and Despaña. [Huffington Post]
Scott Sartiano and Richie Akiva of Butter and 1OAK prepare to open the Darby, which they say will be a supper club with serious food by Alexandra Guarnaschelli. [NY Post]
Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad brought a personal chef to prepare his meals, which are reportedly stinking up the Hilton, while he's at the U.N. General Assembly. [NY Post]
Should genetically modified fish be labeled as such? As "frankenfish" nears approval, discussion turns to food-labeling regulations, which, for now, are not different for GM foods. [Wall Street Journal]
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