Soup Bones: Marrow, collagen and cartilage lend flavor and texture to soup. And in this economy, soup bones are a deal.
The Exalted Olive: A salad of sliced orange and olive paste is a great winter starter dish.
Fish and Chips to Fight Climate Change: Small plants in England are being used to collect and refine used cooking oil into biodiesel for vehicles.
Meat Pie: Beef and stout make good pie partners.
No More Presidential Beer: The federal government ordered Sixpoint Craft Ales in Brooklyn to stop making their Hop Obama beer. Still, the brewery is profitable and expanding.
Urban Composting: New Yorkers have been taking up the challenge of turning their fruit skins and eggshells into nutritious compost.
Nespresso: Though it represents about 5 percent of overall Nestlé sales, Nespresso is now the fastest growing among the company’s most important brands.
Getting In at Essex: The matter of how vendors get space in the Essex Street Market has recently raised questions.
Press Club in San Francisco: In the Press Club, eight boutique California wineries run tasting stations staffed by their own employees.
Hen Keeper Is No Longer an Outlaw: Huntington, Long Island has officially revamped its town code to legalize the presence of chickens.
Downtown Action: The meatpacking district, the West Village and TriBeCa are hot restaurant 'hoods.
Packing a Hungarian Punch: Gewürztraminer is called Tramini in Hungary. The 2007 Tramini from Pannonhalmi Apatsagi Pinceszet is a knockout.
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