Now it's really time to move on.
We can all move on now, but it's likely that won't happen.
The celebrity chef's ex-husband sent her an e-mail saying "you trashed your daughter's life."
The lawyer says that the alleged drug use is "highly relevant" to his client's court case.
"He's a legitimate business owner, and he has a Second Amendment right to own weapons," his lawyer says.
The hotelier kept his stash in a baggie in the crotch of his pants, apparently.
This year's champion chowed down 287 wings to cinch the win.
Plus fatty foods are as addictive as cocaine and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Plus: Crooks stick up a kid for his meatball sandwich; and athletes forgo gels and bars in favor of real food, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Gutter oil is the latest food-safety scandal to emerge from China; and cocaine was the secret ingredient that landed a NJ cook in jail, all in our morning news roundup.
Robert Nadeau offers up a list of resolutions for restaurateurs.
A Sunnyside restaurant gets busted for cocaine dealing.
Seven memorable openers about drug busts at local restaurants.
Plus: Southern Hospitality's sexual-harassment suit gets weirder, and Elaine's owner still going strong, all in our morning news roundup.