Thursday, November 12, 2009

Small Bites

- Among fast food chains, Arby's has struggled the most through the recession.

- Britain throws away $20 billion worth of food each year.

-  Slate explains the process of prisoners' last meal requests.

- As part of the health care debate, some focus has fallen on overweight people as greater consumers of health care. Congress is considering proposals to allow employers to reward healthy behavior while some are trying to point out that heavier people can still be healthy. But what does this all mean when some researchers are finding that exercise doesn't always lead to weight loss?

- Judith Jones, the editor known for making Julia Child, shares her secrets for shopping and cooking for one - plan out meals for the week and shop at farmer's markets for individual portions of ingredients.

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