Food Bloggers' Charcuterie Project Goes Viral

Food Bloggers' Charcuterie Project Goes Viral

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Faith Durand
Jan 26, 2011

In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Two food bloggers decided to cook their way through Michael Ruhlman's Charcuterie — and now they have nearly 200 people joining them. Plus, Amazon's upcoming grocery delivery service, a look at the new nutrition labels, and recipes that make Girl Scout cookies even better.

Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. 

Food bloggers' charcuterie project goes viral - Washington Post
Big Apple is Brunch Capital of US - Marketplace
Never Leave Home With Amazon Food Delivery - Gizmodo
Portland students want to ditch styrofoam lunch trays - Oregonian
Make Girl Scout Cookies Even Better - Broward New Times
Sizing up new food labels - Washington Post
A legendary chocolate a century in the making - Globe and Mail
Take the mystery out of dairy shelf life - Oregonian
Wine practices that leave a bad taste in my mouth - Globe and Mail
How Walmart execs fleeced the WH on 'healthy food' - Grist

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