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Tweeting Chefs Are Tricky; More Salami Recalled

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Rhode Island-based Daniele International is expanding its recall of salami products due to possible salmonella contamination. Another 115,000 pounds of salami is being recalled following 1 million pounds recalled last month.
[AP]

Burger King plans to enter the coffee wars by selling Starbucks-owned Seattle’s Best Coffee. It will come hot or iced, with vanilla or mocha flavor, and whipped topping.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]

Restaurant chains are kicking off Lent by promoting fish and seafood menu items. Mickey D’s and Wendy’s, for example, are pushing their fish sandwiches.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]

Blogger Cathy Erway of Not Eating Out in NY saved $7,200 and lost 10 pounds during her two years of cooking at home. Her book, The Art of Eating In, is out tomorrow.
[NY Post]

Chefs who vent their frustrations online know what they’re doing. Ryan Skeen hoped his boss would see disparaging tweets; Joe Dobias says “JoeDoe” is just an online character.
[NY Times]

Grant Achatz of Chicago’s Alinea apprenticed under Ferran Adria. He says the experience — both in the kitchen and in the dining room — was proof of a “new cuisine.”
[NY Times]

Tyson Foods has been named one of the best companies to work for by Equal Opportunity magazine. It was the highest ranking meat company on the list.
[CNN]

The locavore movement is not practical for the snow belt, especially if you enjoy a diversity of foods and wine.
[NY Times]

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