The industry is seizing on the fact that Americans are increasingly eating out of their cars with new small snacks.
Turns out the Indian mainstays are pros when it come to lowering blood triglyceride levels.
Dan W. Evins started the restaurant chain in his parents' gas station.
Plus: Weight Watchers is booming; and Grandma and Grandpa represent the largest binge drinking demographic, all in our morning news roundup.
His arrest gives new meaning to "fire table eight."
The former NBA star is named as an under-the-radar connoisseur.
Actually, it's his ego that's tough to swallow.
We're guessing their fried-chicken days are over.
Fruit by the Foot gets called out for its exaggerated health benefits.
Terry Francona, it's not all your fault.
Plus: Some question the importance of aging cheese; and Chart House owners plan to buy Eva Longoria's bankrupt Vegas restaurant, all in our morning news roundup.
Kai Chase says she was making lunch when she learned of the dire emergency.
Plus: Tons of Top Chef alumni are opening restaurants; and Popeye's introduces Dip'n Chik'n nuggets, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus an improbable Popeye's nugget and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Plus: Consumers express interest in fast-food chicken breakfasts; and British royals break out the good stuff for the Obamas, all in our morning news roundup.
"Thank God I was alone in my car, because this was worse than wasted teenager or savage. This was full-on simian."
Also, his favorite fried chicken is at Casa Orinda.
Plus purdue recalls 90,000 pounds of chicken nuggets, and Goldman Sachs denies involvement in global food crisis, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus, a look at new summer treats, and Seattle goes compostable with fast food service ware.