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Calorie counting a guessing game in Penn dining halls

Specific and accurate nutritional information on dining hall food is not readily available.

Food prices rise at fastest pace since 2011

New Zealand food prices rose at their fastest annual pace in over three years in March, pushed higher by rising fruit and vegetable prices. The food price index rose 0.1 per cent in March, from a 0.7 per cent drop in February, according...

Dining Review: Westside Italian without hitting the 405

Residents looking for fine dining can find opportunity around the corner. One of the favorites at Centanni Trattoria in Burbank is the lasagna, made with ground beef, peas, ragu and home made pasta covered with a parmesan cheese sauce. Photographed on Thursday, April 9, 2015.

Cake Maker Wedding Decoration

Get ready for the cooking adventures in this kids and girl cake maker game specially designed for wedding occasion. Wedding season...

Food prices rise 0.1 percent in March

In March 2015, food prices rose 0.1 percent, Statistics New Zealand said today. This was countered by lower prices for fruit and vegetables," prices manager Chris Pike said. Grocery food prices rose 1.2 percent, with higher prices across most of the subgroup. This was the highest monthly rise for grocery food prices since January 2013.

Pulling a Quik One: Food Giant Cuts Sugar in Flavored Milk

Giant food Nestle announced Monday that it's cutting the amount of added sugars in its flavored milk products. As for Nesquik’s bottled milk beverages, those will also contain 10.6 grams of added sugar per serving (though because of the lactose naturally present in the milk, the total sugar content is higher).

3 Huge Fast-Food Names Are Quietly Testing Upscale Versions of Themselves

NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Fast-food heavyweights that have been dealing with sharp public criticism of their high caloric menus and shareholder rebukes for stagnant sales of cheap eats may have found just the right solution. The plan? Launch almost unrecognizable sub-brands as testing labs for healthier, more expensive food to eventually be funneled into fast-food kitchens globally. Or if the sub ...

5 times politicians made fast-food runs

The fast-food stop has long been a tried-and-true photo op for politicians. What better way to communicate that you’re “just folks” than by chowing down on a greasy burger in...

Red Robin to Expand in US with New Warrington Restaurant - Analyst Blog

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers Inc. (RRGB) recently announced that it will unveil a restaurant in Warrington, Pennsylvania, on Apr 27, to expand its domestic presence.

Chefs, Winemakers and Wineries from Six Continents Visit MidAtlantic Region May 13-17

WILMINGTON, Del. -- The MidAtlantic Wine + Food Festival(TM) presented by Bank of America will welcome chefs, winemakers and wineries from six continents for 35 food, wine, craft beer and spirits events ...

Dining at Olive Garden is about to change

Ziosk is aiming to improve the customer experience by allowing guests to order and pay through table-top tablets at casual-dining restaurants.

Dining service provider at UW-La Crosse notifies state of layoffs

A company that provides dining services at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse has informed the state it will lay off nearly 300 employees in June.

Fast food's new secret weapon? The humble fry

The French fry is having a moment. Although fast food's recipe for fry success used to be merely "fry potatoes, just add salt," the new frontier includes unpredictable toppings like pulled pork or pizza, bringing innovation to something that's long been regarded as merely a side item.

Chef ticketed, facing $2,000 fine for feeding homeless in San Antonio

Joan Cheever, founder of the nonprofit mobile food truck known as the Chow Train, was cited last Tuesday by San Antonio police officers for feeding the homeless in Maverick Park.

Gwyneth Paltrow's $29 food stamp budget: Do celebrity challenges work?

Social media has again lashed out at Gwyneth Paltrow, this time because she agreed to take part in The Food Bank for New York City challenge to live on a $29 grocery budget for a week. The challenge, which celebrity chef and Food Bank board member Mario Batali announced April 3, seeks to raise awareness of the plight of nearly 47 million Americans who rely on the Supplemental Nutrition ...

Wine Snobs Are Right: Glass Shape Does Affect Flavor

Scientists show glass geometry controls where and how vapor rises from wine, influencing taste -- Read more on

Consumers Pick The Melting Pot as No. 1 Casual Dining Restaurant

The Melting Pot Restaurants, Inc., the world's premier fondue restaurant franchise, is proud to be recognized as the No. 1 casual-dining restaurant in the Nation's Restaurant News 2015 Consumer Picks report. ...

12 Ways to Spend Less on Food

Food is expensive. In February 2015, Americans spent $58.9 billion on food eaten at home and almost the same amount ($57.5 billion) on food consumed away from home, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.

Robot chef serves up the future of home cooking

The system was created by UK-based Moley Robotics, which aims to develop a consumer version with an affordable price tag within two years, supported by an iTunes-style library of recipes that can downloaded for the robo-chef to cook in the home. It features two fully articulated hands, made by the Shadow Robot Company, whose products are used in the nuclear industry and by NASA. The dextrous ...

Wine Bottles keep product fresh with Stelvin closure.

Claret Regal Stelvin and Burgundy Inspiration Stelvin are 750 ml bottles with Stelvin® closure, which preserves freshness, quality, and fragrance of wine by preventing unwanted, excess oxygen from seeping into bottle. In addition to helping keep product pristine by providing tight seal, closure also facilitates opening. Claret Regal Stelvin is available in Antique Green, while Burgundy ...

'Food Babe' exposed

There’s no denying that Vani Hari, aka the Food Babe, has ignited a clean-eating revolution—along with a lot of controversy.

Why your wine tastes so different

London, April 14 (IANS) Even the high-quality wine like Pinot Noir can have different taste and colours depending on where it was produced, says a study. "We wanted to find out what causes those differences," said Heli Siren and her colleagues from University of Helsinki, Finland. In the study, the team analysed the chemical profiles of eight Pinot Noir wines from different regions -- the US ...

How Global Travel Is Influencing The Modern Dining Experience

As the 21st century unfolds, more and more people are beginning to understand that a new era of global culture is continuing to move toward becoming the norm. This phenomenon applies more and more each day, not only to language, culture, economics, and politics, but also to such “elementary” matters as the average “dining out” […] (Visited 20 times, 7 visits today) The post How Global Travel Is ...

Flagrant abuse of subsidised products

BLATANT: Subsidised goods such as cooking oil are being smuggled across the border and sold openly in southern Thailand

Outdoor dining areas to be smoke free from July 6

FROM July 6, all commercial outdoor dining areas in NSW will be smoke-free, under the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000, NSW Health is reminding.

Washington State Wine The Recommendeuer

Brought to you by Washington State Wine, this app features comedian Greg Proops as The Recommendeuer, the master of education and recommendation...

Ready to pick

Tippling Club's Ryan Clift goes rustic with his new dining concept. If your mental image of Ryan Clift is that of science geek working the dials of his fermentation contraption and creating mind-bending edible fantasies at his flagship restaurant Tippling Club, it's time to change the channel. Come June-July, you're going to find the fast-talking, speed-thinking tattoo-ed chef pottering in the ...

Why Did Wine Export Revenues Decline in 2014?

According to the Wine Institute, US wine exports declined by 3.9% to $1.49 billion in 2014 in terms of value.

An Overview of the US Wine Market

Table wine is the major US wine category. Other categories include dessert wine, champagne, and sparkling wines.

Cooking Techniques

Whisk together egg yolk, lemon juice, mustard, water and neutral oil to form this emulsion.

International Food Safety Community to Convene at the 17th Annual Food Safety Summit Conference and Expo

Thousands of food safety professionals are expected to convene in Baltimore, MD for the 17th Annual Food Safety Summit, taking place April 28-30 at the Baltimore Convention Center. The Summit will provide ...

Brandi Glanville Debuts Her New Unfiltered Blonde Wine Bottles: Pics

Brandi Glanville is releasing her own wine label, Unfiltered Blonde. Credit: Andrew H. Walker/Getty Images

Research and Markets: EU: Wine and Grape Must - Market Report - Analysis and Forecast to 2020

Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "EU: Wine and Grape Must - Market Report - Analysis and Forec

Red Robin Gourmet Burgers is Two Weeks Away from Opening its Newest Restaurant in Pennsylvania

GREENWOOD VILLAGE, Colo., April 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Alert your taste buds!  Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (Red Robin) is two weeks away from bringing craveable gourmet burgers to Warrington, Pa. Located at 281 Easton Road, in the new Valley Gate Shopping Center across the street from the Regal Movie Theatre, the newest Red Robin® restaurant will open on April 27 at 11 a.m. To help ...

Cooking up a second career

A power woman on Wall Street gives up her job as a stock broker and portfolio manager to open a cooking school.

Meal plans to include option to convert to dining dollars

Don’t worry if dining hall food tastes stale to you — a series of changes are already coming to Penn Dining’s dining plans for fall 2015 semester.

Sadness as Dame Alison forced to give up cooking

Chef Dame Alison Holst is no longer cooking, even at home - one of the saddest parts of her decline into dementia, her family says."It is very frustrating for her. It's hard for her to be let down by her memory. It's hard for us...

Cooking gas supply partially restored

Cooking gas supplies to nine districts, disrupted for the third day on Saturday, has been restored partially and the supply is likely to be normal on Monday as more lorries are expected to reach t...

Dining Playbook: Where They Ate Season 2, Episode 7

NESN’s “Dining Playbook” features two of America’s favorite pastimes: food and sports with help from the...

High-quality Virginia wine may surprise some, but it shouldn’t

FOOD | For those still surprised by the state?s accomplishments, there?s only one response: Wake up.