The Origins of 10 Food Phrases

The Origins of 10 Food Phrases

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Faith Durand
Oct 11, 2010
In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: A fun piece on the origins of some common food phrases. Plus, the Scots reclaim the Golden Spurtle, a look at the current level of government spending on food stamps, and a food fight in Australia. Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal. • Food firms get kids to do the talking - Forbes Advocate • Alain Ducasse's Weapon Against Poverty: Cooking Classes - TIME • Food stamps keep climbing - The Christian Science Monitor • Midnight grocery runs capture economic desperation - USA Today • Scotland wins back world porridge prize - thanks to innovative Spoon - Scotsman • Study finds causes of Colony Collapse Disorder in bees - The Telegraph • Talk of the town turns into a food fight - Sydney Morning Herald • On This Farm There Was Animosity - NY Times • The trend: prohibition cocktails - Financial Times • The Origins of 10 Food Phrases - Mental Floss • Read more of today's food news and blogs at Food News Journal or subscribe to their daily email. (Image: Food News Journal)
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