For Shame: Park Slope Food Coop Members Send in Nannies to Cover Shifts; Mocktails A-Go-Go


New research shows that diners are eating outside the comfort zone of the “big three” ethnic cuisines — Italian, Mexican, and Chinese — and opting for Caribbean, Japanese, and Thai.
[Nation’s Restaurant News]

One out of eight restaurant workers has come to work at least twice in the past year while suffering from diarrhea or vomiting, according to a new survey.

Martha Stewart’s Everyday Food magazine is now available in digital form and is available at the iTunes app store.

If you weren’t already leery of the Park Slope Food Coop, it turns out that some members might be sending their nannies to fill their work shifts for them.
[NY Times]

Rising food prices have now caught up to grocery bills, with the cost of eating at home in the New York area rising eight times faster than restaurant menu prices.
[NY Post]

Hoboken has gotten its first ever kosher eatery with a new branch of the vegetarian falafel chain Maoz.
[Jewish Standard]

A number of restaurants, including Craft and Carmine’s, are making exciting nonalcoholic mixed drinks to cater to their teetotal and pregnant customers.
[NY Times]


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