Mice are bad enough when you find them on your floor, but when you find one in the bottom of your coffee cup after you've drained it, well, you may deserve a break today. CNN's Jeanne Moos has the dregs of this story.
Bourdain is back!
Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown" has started its fourth season here on CNN. Among the places he's visiting this season: Vietnam, Iran and Tanzania.
This Sunday, he pays a visit to the Bronx.
Anthony Bourdain joins CNN's Erin Burnett.
Thursday night Bon Appétit hosted their annual Hot Ten Party in midtown Manhattan's Gotham West Market. The mouthwatering fete featured the magazine's 10 Best New Restaurants for 2014 and their respective chefs were flown in from across the country for the occasion.
The affair coincided with New York Fashion Week and was hands down one of the best parties of the year. The market's modern open kitchens played second fiddle to endless delights served straight out of the oven by handsome waiters (cough male models) and the chefs themselves.
The room was a fantasy of food; think trays of egg, salmon, caviar and crispy onions and tables of mini lemon souffle cakes with fresh Oregon Huckleberries. Drinks were flowing at indoor and outdoor open bars but elderberry and cucumber martinis stole the show. There was even a solid live folksy rock band and a photo booth complete with a rainbow of Maybelline lipstick favors to polish your pout.
If you're thinking about getting married next year, just elope and get yourself invited to the Hot Ten Party. It will be like having a Fall wedding only with far better food and fancier guests.
Wake County, North Carolina – Chickens buried alive. Pigs so sick that their intestines hang out of their bodies. These are some of the grisly scenes from videos taken by animal rights activists who went undercover at farms that produce food destined for dinner tables.
It’s a tactic animal rights activists have used for years, going undercover at slaughterhouses and factory farms to document squalid conditions, abuse and neglect. Their videos have gone mainstream and led to criminal charges, fines and even the largest meat recall in American history.
But undercover video is under attack and with it, activists argue, their ability to expose animal abuses that can make meat dangerous to eat.
Ever noticed your fast food order never quite looks like the picture on the menu? Well, a California prankster turned crusader used a hidden camera on a quest to make actual fast food look as good as it does in ads.
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