The latest survey shows that concerns about weight and weight loss are at an all-time low. Not that people aren’t fat; they just don’t care about it.
Some New York City prep schools have professional chefs, call students “clients,” feed them locally sourced, grass-fed beef, and host visits from chefs like Dan Barber.
Restaurants are about to take a page out of the airlines’ playbook and hike menu prices around the country.
Anita Lo reveals that Iron Chef America was a “walk in the park” compared with Top Chef Masters. Oh, and she eats moo shu pork, just like the rest of us.
[Wall Street Journal]
An abandoned Popeye’s in East New York has become an eyesore (and a nosesore?) to residents as flies cover leftover rotting food.
[NY Daily News]
Eater’s Amanda Kludt gives Brits an insider’s look at the Uptown Manhattan, rounding up the 10 best restaurants, including Shake Shack, Fatty Crab, and Red Rooster Harlem.
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