In today's food news, via our friends at Food News Journal: Chinese archaeologists have unearthed a 2,400-year-old bronze cauldron containing soup and animal bones. Plus, food trend predictions for 2011 from Epicurious, an Oregon company that will transform food waste into electricity, and granola bars: good for you or just good-looking junk food?
Read on for more news of the day via Food News Journal.
• 2,400-Year-Old Pot Containing Soup Found - Global Times
• At Kosher Chefs' Cook-Off, Forget Foie Gras - New York Times
• Life On the Poverty Line: Breadline Britain - The Independent
• OR Co. Could Be First U.S. Food Waste to Energy Plant - Oregonian
• Farmers Across the South Contend With Drought - Washington Post
• At Food Share, Neighbors Help Neighbors Eat Healthy - Denver Post
• Apps For Foodies To Drool Over - NPR
• Food Trend Predictions for 2011 - Epicurious
• Granola Bars: Healthy Snack or Dressed-Up Junk Food? - Globe & Mail
• Giving Alcohol as a Gift: The Etiquette - CBS News
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