Food news roundup

If you’re cuckoo for Locopops, the exotic takes on Mexican paletas that have fed Triangle sweets lovers for years, you’ll like The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) today. This article features the company and its founder, and how she has found that small is beautiful. And she’s so creative – one spring, I purchased haroset-flavored pops there.

The fleeting nature of summer’s goodness is Kathleen Purvis’ theme at the Charlotte (N.C.) Observer. Read here, and savor your cantaloupes while you may.

Five years since the state limits on alcohol levels in beer were lifted, the Triangle is in a brewery boom. Find out what’s happening and why that repeal matters for good beer in The Independent (Durham, N.C.) here.

A new study says that the Winston-Salem – Greensboro – High Point area is tops in the country for consumption of fast-food breakfasts. And they ain’t ordering smoothies. Read more in the Greensboro (N.C.) News & Record, here.

Guy Fieri. Don’t even get me started. Read the New York Times article about this large flash in a very large pan, if you must.


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