Tuesday, August 7, 2012

USDA Defends Controversial Measure, Manliest Restaurants, Wendy's Caviar Burger And More

Tuesday, August 7, 2012
New rules for poultry set by the U.S. Department of Agriculture will increase the maximum line speed for processing chickens at plants from 91 birds a minute to 175 birds a minute, nearly doubling it.
Are These The Manliest Restaurants In America?
Wendy's Launches Lobster And Caviar Burgers
Craft Beer Expanding Faster Than Any Time Since Prohibition Ended
How The Cheesecake Factory Works
Nation's Largest Meat Company Expects Further Price Increases
The Daily Meal: Sweet Finds And Major Disappointments At Trader Joe's
'What's Good at Trader Joe's?' is a four-member team review site that has been rating the store's best and worst products since August of 2010.
Foodbeast: McDonald's Has Curly Fries?
There's no denying McDonald's sets the gold standard when it comes to straight fried potato-ey goodness, but are they ready to seize the short and curly market as well?
Chad Barr: The Hunger Games: An Olympic-Sized Effort to Find Good Stadium Food in London
Stadium concessions at Olympic venues have varied from odd but fascinatingly delicious to downright bizarre and bordering on, well, kind of gross.
Evaggelos Vallianatos: The Emperors of Rural America
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has hundreds of scientists and dozens of laboratories devoted to serving large farmers. The country's 65 public agricultural universities do the bidding of large farmers.
Anneli Rufus: Cocktails You Can Eat
Love fresh summer tomatoes? Love to knock back a cocktail or two? Both of those loves merge in the Early Girl Tomato Bloody Marys devised by Chef John Madriaga of Spruce Restaurant in San Francisco.

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