“Michael” and “Kristy” from the grossout YouTube video in which two Domino’s Pizza employees defile pizza toppings before allegedly serving them to customers face felony charges and, possibly, a civil suit.
Don’t do as they say or as they do–TV chefs are spreading their bad habits to viewers, such as the overuse of tin foil (Giada), overconsumption of mass-produced meat (Guy Fieri), and purchase of over-packaged pre-made foods (Sandra Lee).
Fruits and vegetables are good for you–if you’re a non-smoker. Smokers, on the other hand, may increase their risk of colon cancer by eating too many fruits and vegetables, according to a recent Europe-wide study.
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Meanwhile, a British study has found that children who eat foods rich in vitamins A and C, such as broccoli, spinach and squash, are less likely to develop asthma.
Frank Bruni appealed to readers yesterday to save their favorite two- and three-star restaurants from a failing economy: “If there’s a restaurant out there that you love, visit it… Because if you don’t do that–and maybe even if you do–there’s a solid chance they won’t be around on the far side of these dark days.”