Link Found Between Pesticides and ADHD; Peruvian Food Next Big Thing (Again)


BaoHaus’s Sweet Bao fries, portobello fries at Sea Grill, and cactus fries at Toloache are just some of the alternatives to french fries around town these days.
[NY Post]

Now that we finally have healthy food in school cafeterias, food trucks selling junk are parking nearby to lure kids away with sugar and fat.
[NY Times]

New research reveals a link between pesticides in food and higher risks of developing attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

While Little Italy in Manhattan has shrunk to barely two and a half blocks, Arthur Avenue in the Bronx is as “authentic” as ever.

A surge of new laws and industry regulations have come about in the last year to protect sharks. California is the latest to ban the sale of shark fins.
[NY Times]

Remember back in 2008 when everyone was saying that Peruvian was going to be the next big cuisine? Now, Ferran Adrià plans to document the Lima food scene.
[Wall Street Journal]

A new 3-D food printer at Cornell Creative Machines Lab can produce tiny space shuttle scallop nuggets and cakes that, when you slice into them, reveal a message.
[Fast Company]