Monday, September 24, 2012

Global Bacon Shortage, Burger King Black Bun, Deep Fried Nacho Cheese And More

Monday, September 24, 2012
With pork costs rising, Great Britain is facing a bacon and sausage shortage as pig farmers cut back on herd size. But the problem may soon become global.
PHOTO: Burger King's Black Bun Burger With Squid Ink Ketchup
America's Favorite Snack Brands
WATCH: Paula Deen's Dirty Outtakes
Politician Calls Fast Food 'Child Abuse'
KFC Japan's Bacon Potato Fritters Look Pretty Awesome
Michael Ruhlman: Is Food Writing Important?
No one questions the need to explore string theory and economic policy, or asks for justification for art and literature. But people do question the seriousness of writing about food.
Lindsay Anderson: What I've Learned After 100 Straight Days Of Dining Out
This June 7, I began a rather extraordinary job. I was chosen from 1,507 applicants to dine at 365 Richmond restaurants in 365 days, and write a blog post about each and every experience.
Nick Chipman: Deep Fried Nacho Cheese -- The Next Big Fair Food?
Nothing good comes easy however, and my first few attempts at making deep fried nacho cheese were a total disaster.
Rachel Tepper: My Family's Sushi Obsession
Before anyone had ever heard of Masaharu Morimoto and before ready-made California rolls became a ubiquitous presence in every supermarket in America, my parents were discovering sushi for themselves.
Gary Oppenheimer: How Geeks in Jeans Are Fighting Hunger
The cost of's nationwide solution is one cent per year per food insecure person, or about $500K/year. Connecting dots is a lot cheaper than building a new food system infrastructure from scratch.

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