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Jewish Leader Asks Michelin to Taste Israeli Cuisine

By Josef Federman | May 3
The leader of an umbrella organization representing world Jewry has asked the Michelin travel guide company to evaluate Israeli restaurants with its famous rating system, implying that the decision to omit the country may be political.

An End of an Era... and the Power Lunch

By Karen Matthews | May 2
New York's original power lunch restaurant is closing and everything must go.

Cinco de Mayo Recipes From Mexico's St. Regis Hotels

May 2
Those looking to have Cinco de Mayo fun can re-create these recipes from The St. Regis Punta Mita Resort and The St. Regis Mexico City.

McNugget Makeover? McDonald's Tests 'Simpler' Recipe

Apr 27
McDonald's wants to take some of the mystery ingredients out of Chicken McNuggets.

Squawk! Diana Henry Wins James Beard Award for 'A Bird in the Hand'

Apr 27
Diana Henry's "A Bird in the Hand" won the James Beard Award for Best Book Single Subject category at Tuesday evening's awards ceremony in New York City.

Trapped! Vegan Restaurants Struggle With Humane Pest Control

By Kelli Kennedy | Apr 27
Even the wellbeing of rats, roaches and spiders are a concern for animal activists. But they also pose ethical dilemmas for owners of vegan restaurants who need to keep those pests out of their kitchens while trying to abide by no-kill values.

Mangia! Discovering Arthur Avenue in The Bronx

By Beth J. Harpaz | Apr 27
A visit to Arthur Avenue in the Bronx means one thing: Italian food.

Philly Cheesesteak is Test for Candidates, Not Just Lunch

By Catherine Lucey | Apr 26
Five-point plans, engaging speeches and star endorsements are all important in a presidential campaign, but how well do candidates REALLY know the cities and towns where they're wooing voters? The supreme test in Philadelphia: ordering a cheesesteak.

April 28 Marks Dining Out for Life, Hosted by Subaru

By EDGE | Apr 26
ON Thursday, April 28, eat dinner at a participating restaurant, and you'll help raise funds to fight HIV/AIDS, through Subaru's Dining Out For Life.

Colorado Court: Ruling Stands That Baker Can't Cite Religion

By Donna Bryson | Apr 25
The Colorado Supreme Court refused Monday to take up the case of a Denver baker who would not make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple, letting stand a lower court's ruling that the baker cannot cite his Christian beliefs in refusing service.

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