Where to Eat Along the Marathon Route; Grimaldi's Owner Sues Landlady
In the kitchen with Adam Rapoport, the new editor-in-chief of Bon Appétit, who believes the magazine "can and should build on the massive interest in food in this country." [NY Times]
Wondering where to eat as you cheer on this year's marathoners? Mile 2: Bay Ridge's Longbow Pub and Pantry. Mile 12: the Mark Bar in Greenpoint. [Brooklyn Paper]
Louis Rossetto and Jane Metcalfe, the founders of Wired magazine, are trying to get a new gourmet chocolate company, Tcho, off the ground. [NY Times]
A new study reveals that BPA is everywhere in our groceries, from Chef Boyardee containers to canned Enfamil baby formula to V8. [LA Times]
The Food Network's Sandra Lee is New York State's "First Girlfriend" now that her boyfriend, Andrew Cuomo, has been elected governor. [NY Post]
Frank Ciolli, the owner Grimaldi's, is suing the landlady who tried to evict him on the grounds that he owed $60,000 in back rent. [NY Post]
A roundup of the city's best potpies includes tourtière at M. Wells Diner in Long Island City and chicken potpie at Pies-N-Thighs in Williamsburg. [TONY]
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