"I've dropped two pant sizes and I feel great!"
• Oaklanders are still fighting to get landmark status for the tiny Kingfish Pub & Café, a dive bar at Telegraph and Claremont that opened in 1922. [Oakland North, Earlier] • Unsurprisingly, medical examiners and investigators have concluded that a...
Couldn't the 'Times' at least have compared two fried-chicken dishes?
Needless to say, they didn't end up going through with it.
The NYSC gets in on the action with a new ad.
The French chef thinks his East Coast counterparts are "too stuffy."
Plus: In NoLa, a Gossip Girl gets turned into a hungry girl; and vegans tackle butchering, all in our morning news roundup.
The fallout continues after Paula Deen's drug-endorsement deal announcement, despite the fact that it might just be the least surprising thing ever.
• Williams-Sonoma is free to open a store in the city where it was founded: The Sonoma City Council last night voted down a proposal to ban formula retail. [NBC, Earlier] Update: The AP reports there still may be a...
The San Francisco chef helps you host eighteen of your closest friends at dinner.
Plus: Heavy coffee drinkers have a lower risk for type 2 diabetes; and extreme beers get canned, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus Paula Deen dines on tiramisu and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Paula Deen's news erupts in class warfare as restaurateur fights back for Southern food.
He defends his hot crossed buns.
Chomping at the bit for a Bourdain-to-Deen dagger.
And (of course) she's signed on as a spokesperson for the diabetes drug Victoza.
And the Daily says she's poised to make millions off of it.
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine strikes again with their annual publicity blitz.