Some food for thought from local, national and international news sources from this past week:
-- Hershey and Ferrero collaborate on a bid for Cadbury. [NPR]
-- Pies in the time of pumpkin famine. [NPR]
-- Cannibals arrested for selling human steak to kabob house. [Reuters]
-- Get ready for recalls: Senate approves food safety bill. [LAT)
-- India faces a shortage of coconut pluckers. [NYT]
-- John Colapinto goes undercover with a Michelin guide inspector. [New Yorker]
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-- If ketchup is a vegetable, why can't chocolate be milk? [SF Gate]
-- Adam Gopnik ruminates on reading cookbooks. [New Yorker]