Grocers See Popularity of Prepared Foods Grow by AP (Washington Post): Restaurant sales go down, grocery-store sales go up.

The Sweet Life by Daniel Harris

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The Pro-HCFS Backlash, Thai Skilletgate, and More Food News

Grocers See Popularity of Prepared Foods Grow by AP (Washington Post): Restaurant sales go down, grocery-store sales go up.

The Sweet Life by Daniel Harris (UK Guardian): One woman discovers the key -- literally -- to people's houses is chocolate.

Have Knife, Will Travel by Lauren Etter (Wall Street Journal): The WSJ profiles a mobile butchery unit on Lopez Island that allows small farmers to sell meat from humanely raised animals.

Only Prissy Moms Avoid HFCS by Kara Zuaro (Chow Grinder): Watch the Corn Refiners Association's new ad campaign. Setting the record straight! (Um, maybe.)

Thailand's Prime Minister Forced to Resign Over Cooking Show by AP (LA Times): Of course there's more to the story than that. Anthony Bourdain, take note: It's the Travel Channel or the American people, my friend. You can't have both.

Sake Samurai Thinks Outside the Bento Box by W. Blake Gray (SF Chronicle): Beau Timkin, owner of a sake store in San Francisco, has been named a "sake samurai" by the Japan Sake Brewers Assocation. The man's doing all he can to live up to the title.

Speaking of chocolate, here's your cooking lesson for the week. Don't know if it will get you free lodging:

Bonus: chocolate painting.

 
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