Morning Grind

Morning Grind: March 26, 2013

Our daily morning roundup of food-related fare from around the web.

In an effort to combat the soul-sucking loneliness affecting its villagers but also to empower the culture of its local, endangered pubs, the town council in Kilgarvan devised a plan allowing the local police to issue special permits enabling those who’d had “two or three” drinks at their nearest pub to drive home on back roads at “very low speeds” without getting arrested.

...look out for sheep?


Chefs now need to be more than good cooks. They have to excite. They need to lick their fingers à la Nigella, or knead bread with their big manly hands.

…or be lovable dorks like Tyler Florence? Not a lot of sex appeal there, in my opinion.


McDonald’s may be the country’s No. 1 fast-food chain and one of its most-beloved brands, but when it comes to millennials, the Golden Arches says it doesn’t even rank among the demographic’s top 10 restaurant chains.

We were told growing up that we would have a shorter life expectancy than our parents because of our eating habits. So this is no surprise.

  • Nikki Steele

    Hooray! So glad to hear that this generation isn’t falling for McDonalds. Maybe it has something to do with those time lapse photos of the Big Mac never ever ever decomposing?