What's the country reading today food-wise? Here's a roundup of some of the food-related stories from other newspapers, many of which print their food sections mid-week. And remember, even if you don't actually buy papers these days (or not; this paper is free), it's where most of your content comes from. Surf away. Just remember that spilling your macchiato over your keyboard is a lot more expensive than spilling it across newsprint.
At the Los Angeles Times, critic S. Irene Virbila reviews brunch at 7 local restaurants; Russ Parsons considers the frittata; and everyday artisanal wines.
The New York Times looks at new restaurants are opening in NYC this fall; the immigration debate enters the kitchen; and spiking your milkshakes.
Throwing a canning party; a chef combines African-American culinary traditions with Rosh Hashana, at The Washington Post.
At The Boston Herald, chefs share ways to improve the school lunchbox.
Roasting peppers and chiles before canning them; and a review of Emeril Lagasse's new book, Farm to Fork, at Chicago Tribune.
A celebration of whoopie pies, at The Dallas Morning News.
At The Denver Post, Denver hosts the Great American Beer Festival, with 2,200 beers on tap; making granola at home.
A Basque-American pastry chef transitions from restaurant to food blog, Cannelle et Vanille, at The Miami Herald.
At The Boston Globe, the chefs at Fenway Park head to the farm; and baking challah for Rosh Hashana.