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All things steamed

Day 81: Steamed Fish and Vegetable Fern Today I went to The Weld Food Court on level 4 for lunch planning to have the Mee Curry or Ipoh Hor Fun only to find out that the Noodle stall had already closed down. 180 more words

Food

White House Boosts Fictional "Food Addiction" Concept to School Kids

As we’ve discussed numerous times here, some nutrition nanny activists, regulators, and plaintiffs’ lawyers have embraced and promoted the concept that food can be “addictive.” The term grabs people’s attention, conjuring up disturbing mental images of helplessness and withdrawal. 461 more words

Civil Justice & Litigation

Where To Go Nom-ing In LA’s Koreatown

BY NADIA CHO

Koreatown, hands down, has a ton of the best food found in Los Angeles. This huge ethnic district in the heart of Los Angeles embodies the best of this city’s cultural diversity where one will find not only mouthwatering Korean food but also Japanese, Mexican, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai and much more. 442 more words

Trending

Food with a capital F.

For a long while now, I have observed a trend among youth these days. Of late, we’ve all borne witness to the practice of taking photos of food at the expense of the food going cold. 1,148 more words

Musings

Homeward Bound, Five Guys, Lakeside, Essex

What I have learnt over the past six years with my other half is that when we go out for dinner, I could money on the fact that he will have a burger. 1,231 more words

Not so "Grrr-eat": The Response Nutrition Nannies Have Grown to Love

Nice, but not good enough. That is the near-Pavlovian response professional activists routinely offer whenever their targets announce some voluntary action that, to the casual observer, seems to advance the activists’ agenda. 545 more words

Commercial Free Speech

Fire Damages Kiosk At King Of Prussia Mall

By Jim Melwert

KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. (CBS) — Firefighters extinguished a fire that broke out inside the King of Prussia Mall early Wednesday morning. 223 more words

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