Food

Cloned Meat and Milk May Have Hit the Shelves; Rare Yellow Lobster Found

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Although no vendor has publicly acknowledged it, meat and dairy products originating from cloned animals may already be on supermarket shelves in Europe.
[NY Times]

Gordon Ramsay reportedly owes some $2 million in taxes. The celebrity chef now has three TV shows in the U.S.: Hell’s Kitchen, Kitchen Nightmares, and MasterChef.
[NY Post]

The BK Whopper Bar, a new concept bar by Burger King, has soft-opened in Times Square, but the liquor license is still pending and BYOB is not allowed.
[Diner’s Journal]

Samantha Bee of The Daily Show shares some of her favorite New York dining spots, including Landmarc, Bouchon, and Tim Hortons (she’s Canadian).
[NY Post]

A yellow lobster was found in Narragansett Bay’s East Passage off the coast of Newport, Rhode Island. Such lobsters are rare, with only about one in 30 million having the color.
[NY Daily News]

A roundup of outdoor feasts includes Diablo Royale Este’s Gaucho Barbecue, the clam bake at Inside Park at St. Bart’s, and Japanese-style barbecue at Tanuki Tavern.
[NY Post]

Gwyneth Paltrow is coming out with a cookbook, but real epicures are labeling her a faux-foodie for her sometimes-vegetarian, anti-wheat, and anti-pork eating habits.
[NY Post]

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