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Colicchio, Ramsay & Bourdain Teach Chefs to Talk Back; TV Chef Pleads ‘Not Guilty’ to Murder Plot

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Whole Foods reported that second-quarter profits had more than doubled, raising its full-year earnings forecast.
[Wall Street Journal]

The popularity of Tom Colicchio, Gordon Ramsay, and Anthony Bourdain has taught chefs to indulge their fiery tempers.
[NY Daily News]

A new study suggests that steak and hamburgers are less to likely to increase risk of heart disease than processed meats like bacon, sausage, hot dogs, and cold cuts.
[Wall Street Journal]

Bill Cosby is getting back in the Jello-O game after a 10-year hiatus, but this time he’ll be behind the camera as an executive producer of the “Hello Jell-O” campaign.
[USA Today]

The former Food Network chef accused of hiring homeless people to kill his wife is pleading “not guilty” to the charges.
[NY Post]

The midtown club Covet is selling a $160 cocktail called The Icarus, made with Louis XIII cognac, homemade absinthe, Iranian saffron oil valued at $300 a gram, and fancy ice.
[NY Daily News]

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