The Most Expensive Whiskey; Starbucks Does Fashion; and Weird State Food Laws

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The Most Expensive Whiskey; Starbucks Does Fashion; and Weird State Food Laws
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The Most Expensive Booze: A bottle of Dalmore 62 Scotch whisky sold for a record £125,000, around $195,262, at a Singapore airport. [The Guardian]

Adventurous Home Cooks Means Stuffed Fridges: Cooking from scratch could lead to more waste rather than less, since new ingredients are often thrown out after one use. [Telegraph]

Starbucks Works Fashion: Alexander Wang, Sophie Theallet, and Billy Reid have designed original tops for Starbucks, celebrating the coffee company’s 40th anniversary. They're $85 each. [WWD]

What Pork Means in Religion: The Jewish man behind Pork Memoirs talks pigs, religion, and (not) kissing Cindy Crawford’s bacon mouth. [Smith]

Strange Food Laws: Wisconsin may repeal a margarine ban, while fettucine and gnocchi production in Philadelphia is technically illegal. [Grub Street, Philadelphia Daily News]

Dining Survey Results: An average American eats out around five times a week, mostly for lunch. [UPI]

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