Food news roundup

Things that go bump in the kitchen are all over The News & Observer (Raleigh, N.C.) today as it offers recipes for Halloween. The green-tentacled cupcake is particularly menacing. Read more here, if you dare. It’s in the Charlotte (N.C.) Observer, too, as is a discussion on making sustainable food affordable, here.

More spooky sweets are in the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal, along with the answer to a request for an authentic Kentucky Hot Brown sandwich. Look here, and Kentuckians will have to tell me if it’s the real thing.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution wades into the ever-heated burger controversy here, which was revived by author Alton Brown’s declaration that the burgers at one Atlanta restaurant are the best in the nation.

It’s the battle of the bottles in the Boston Globe. See which $12-and-under wines have nothing to whine about here.

I thought murder mystery parties went out in the ’90s, but here they are again in The Washington Post. The draw in this case is having fun with the food. Read more here.

What are the worst beers in the world? Find out in the Houston Chronicle, here.


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  • Comment from Mary

    That list of beers gave me a headache. Oh the sad times of poor college choices!


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