Study Finds People Lose Taste as They Age and More News
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Chefs and Personalities
Your favorite retail stores (think Tommy Bahama, Urban Outfitters) have actually been operating restaurants in prime locations, and it might become more popular. [BusinessWeek]
Kim Jong-Il's former sushi chef shares a little about the former North Korean leader, saying toro was his favorite sushi. [Atlantic Wire]
Newark Mayor Cory Booker decided to live off food stamps for a week. He's already missing coffee. [CBS]
A McDonald's employee was allegedly attacked over a piece of cheese that wasn't supposed to be on a hamburger. [HuffPo]
Forget dirty water dogs and pizza; Is fro-yo becoming the next New York food? (Our answer: No.) [New York Observer]
Apparently, as we get older, our sense of taste diminishes, but it's not because of our aging taste buds. Blame your nose, instead. [NY Times]
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