Every Wednesday, we round up the best food news from across the nation. From the San Francisco Chronicle to the New York Times, we find the most interesting stories to share with you. As an extra bonus, I've decided to round up the best stories from 2007. My favorite links from this year — you may need to create accounts to read the stories — are listed below.
- Sexy or sexist? Is frump-free cooking a look that sizzles? — New York Times
- Is culinary school a sham? — SF Weekly
- Discover the mystery of the Starbucks short cappuccino. — Slate
- Restaurant critics are having a hard time staying anonymous, so they're turning the tables and blowing their own covers. — Los Angeles Times
- Create your own salad with this interactive salad spinner. — Washington Post
- A recent survey shows that only 46 percent of families eat home-cooked dinners two to three times a week. — Chicago Tribune
- What is it about communal office fridges that cause folks to throw etiquette out the window? — Seattle TImes
- Follow the powerful force of tea in China, from the farm to the teapot. — Minneapolis/St. Paul Star Triibune
- Can you eat locally for $10 a day? — SF Chronicle
Do you have a link you liked? Let us know what it was in the comments below!