Why 'Fasting' as a Diet Strategy Is Wrong and More News
Today on The Daily Meal
- Cook and Janitor of Nursing Home Kept Working without Pay Because 'If We Left, They Wouldn't Have Nobody'
- Outpouring of Appreciation for Cook and Janitor Who Stayed Behind at Shuttered Nursing Home (and How You Can Help)
- America’s Unhealthiest Fast Foods
- Best Turkey Tips for Thanksgiving
- 8 Irish Whiskies Beyond Jameson
The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.
French Bistro vs. Asian Hipster: Is the reign of Asian hipster cuisine over? Grub Street seems to think that new French might be the new trend. [Grub Street]
99 Essential Restaurants: Readers react to LA Weekly's 99 Essential Restaurants in Los Angeles list. [LA Weekly]
Fasting Diet Trend: The latest trend in dieting? Eating whatever for five days, then fasting for two. The problem, however, is that it might result in eating disorders with starvation and binging if followed incorrectly. [LiveScience]
Eyeball Eating: It might sound icky to some, but seriously, fish eyeballs are delicious. [NPR]
Tom Colicchio's Crib: Here's a look at Tom Colicchio's awesome digs overlooking the Hudson River. We're super jealous (plus what a great headline). [NY Post]
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