Friday, July 27, 2012

The Week In Food (In GIFs), Chick-Fil-A PR VP Dies, Anti-Olympics Beer And More

Friday, July 27, 2012
This week in food, we learned about a couple's out-of-this-world front yard kitchen garden that's been deemed illegal by authorities, a beer brewed with banned substances and a several-course meal in which rat was the starring ingredient.
Chick-Fil-A Public Relations VP Dies Suddenly
UK Brewery's Anti-Olympics Beer Has Banned Performance-Enhancing Ingredients
CDC: Tuna Salmonella Outbreak Over, But More Could Get Sick
WATCH: Colbert Rips Santorum, Huckabee For Supporting Chick-Fil-A
'Star Wars' Lightsaber Chopsticks Actually Light Up
Chris Gentilviso: Why Fast Food Can't Become the Two-Party System
Elected officials have a responsibility to speak for their cities. But preventing a restaurant from opening off words like Chick-fil-A CEO Dan Cathy's alone is inherently problematic.
David Rosengarten: The Other Lobster Roll: Connecticut's Surprising Specialty
Connecticut is the home of the steamy-hot lobster roll, also on a hot dog bun, but dressed with nothing other than melted butter. And is it ever delicious -- very likely the most delicious lobster roll of all.
Bill Chameides: Message in a Bottle? Caffeine Pollution Says 'Man Was Here'
Now you can add another data point supporting the notion of the Anthropocene -- caffeine in near shore ocean and estuarine waters.
Snooth: The 5 Most Popular Luxury Chardonnay Wines
As the Snooth People's Voice Wine Awards enter their fifth week, we've discovered that a few of these luxury Chardonnays are quite popular with wine lovers. The current front runners are an interesting but delicious group.
Imbibe: The Best Berry Cocktails Of Summer
There's perhaps no sweeter time than summer, when plump, sun-ripened berries are primed for the plucking, and this year we're giving our cocktails a bright berry boost.

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