I like this one and totally agree with the author over Pollan: "Embrace the Improvements We've Made Since Your Great-Grandmother Was Cooking".
Food and Drink
The winner is probably the least well-known of the four: Potbelly.
Cotton candy tacos, the Turducken Sausage Sandwich, and more.
"Revealed: The cheapest Michelin star restaurants in the world where you CAN afford to dine out . . ."
Only four in the U.S., but if you live in or near SF, DC, Chicago, or NYC, you might want to try one.
"Unstoppable"?? I didn't know.
"‘Children killer’ glyphosate found in Cheerios? Experts dismantle Environmental Working Group’s glyphosate study"
Will Cheerios kill you? No. It would help a lot if journalists reporting these dopey claims would throw in a reminder of good old Paracelsus: "The dose makes the poison."
UPDATE: link fixed now.
I didn't know.
The large array of styles is impressive. U-S-A! U-S-A!
Pizza-related: "Tiny pizza box tables finally get matching tiny chairs".
I never knew there are restaurants in New York City named after the late, great economist.
Friedmans was named after the famous economist Milton Friedman who popularized the phrase, “there ain’t no such thing as a free lunch”. This phrase has gone on to be used in science, economics, finance, statistics, technology, sports, & now food. However, to put it simply, “to get one thing we like, we usually have to give up another thing we like.”
Link via Economics Job Market Rumors.