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Local owners band together at Alhambra's Gourmet Island to stand up for a so-called delicacy that is coming under fire.
Taste Catering were the ones catering the private dinner Obama attended in Woodside last week.
But he did dine with Steve Jobs last night, who might not have long to live?
Forget shrimp, the new governor is showing considerable restraint when it comes to catering.
Juan Carlos Cruz plead guilty to solicitation of murder in a plot to kill his wife, while the practice of munching on canine meat has a strong new opponent.
Plus pregnant mothers may or may not pass allergies on to their unborn children, and 7-Eleven executives are working hard to make a "Slurpee summit" happen, all in our morning news roundup.
Obama stopped in the politically well-connected deli after his get-out-the-vote push at Temple University.
Obama made a surprise visit to Topolobampo on Saturday.
Juan Carlos Cruz faces nine years in prison, while this location of the chicken chain experiences its fourth robbery, this time with a Point Break-style twist.
Will The U.S. President go to Red O out of loyalty or do the right thing and stay Downtown for Rivera?
The President picked up cheesesteaks, ice cream and apples after stumping for Democratic Senate candidate Joe Sestak.
Food Revolution takes home a statue, while an R&B singer could go home with charges.
The pop-up chef just wants to be free, while the Cafe Was chef explains comments made on Top Chef.
Plus non-locavres are eating up 70s tome The I Hate to Cook Book, and White House chef says the Obamas are easy eaters, all in our morning news roundup.
The President and First Lady don't care for a Slavic staple and a singer hopes her new tome will bring all the foodies to her yard.
Plus Kelis writes a cookbook, and the Obama's don't care for beets, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: A sweet treat for Penn Badgley, Alicia Keys gets fed an unusual entrée, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrities dining out.
The President can't even have dessert without being bothered, while a West Hollywood classic tries to sue an Atlanta restaurant with a similar name.
The president takes Dmitry Medvedev out for lunch at Ray's in Arlington, Virginia.