And when we say "news," we mean it in the loosest sense of the word.
--"Mrs. Cheeseburger," wife of cheeseburger inventor, passes away. [Denver Post]
--Japan faces food radiation problems. [WSJ]
--Iodized salt is no antidote for radiation. [NPR]
--But red wine might be. [Telegraph]
--Mike Tyson is a vegan. [NY Times]
--Hot new locavore trend: Yak farming. [Boston Globe]
--Best review of the worst restaurant in the world: L'ami Louis in Paris. [Vanity Fair]
--Weed dispensary trades pot for food. [Denver Post]
--Cumberland sausage wins protected status. Just like champagne. [BBC]
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--This sausage contains 104% meat. Wait... what?! [The Local]
--Amazing Edwardian sandwich is also a bread bowl. [Guardian]
--Father of Chicago girl who died of food allergy sues restaurant. [Chicago Tribune]
--Health dep't "mistakenly" closes restaurants who haven't paid license fees. [UPI]