Morning News Roundup: Hunger Challenge, Movie Food, Mr. Robata
Happy humpday. Enjoy your morning dose of daffy food news.
--Hunting LA's best roast chicken, from Costco to Melisse. [Exile Kiss]
--U.S. bans some food from Japan over radiation fears: dairy, fruit, veg. [WSJ]
--Break out the skinny jeans. Yelp adds "hipster" as an ambiance descriptor. [NY Post]
--Seattle writer takes United Way Hunger Challenge, living on $7/day. [Al Dente]
--Why is NATO so upset about proposed calorie counts on movie food? [LA Times]
--With an average per-person check of $99, it's no wonder Morton's is losing money. [Bloomberg]
--Domo arigato, Mr. Robata. It's about time! [NY Times]
--Is Sarah Palin's "lifetime of hunting and fishing" a lie? [Politics USA]
--Man throws $100 in singles at Starbucks customers to "bless them." [MyFOX Boston]
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