USDA Hires Food Behavioral Scientists to Market Healthy Food in Schools

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It's time to start the mind games on the kiddies. The Associated Press gives a brief report that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is giving $2 million for food behavioral scientists to develop tricks to get kids to choose healthy food over junk in the cafeteria.

Looking for a traditional wedding in Hong Kong? Why, when you can get hitched at McDonalds? CNN Asia reports that as of 2011, several Hong Kong McDonalds' will offer wedding packages that include a wedding dress made of balloons, Happy Meal toys for party favors, and a wedding "cake" made of intricately stacked individually boxed apple pies.

Salmon's getting confusing, with controversies about farming and genetic modification. The Atlantic suggests switching to barramundi.

Chefs share their most treasured battle wounds with artful sketches and stories in the New York Times. Pictures and tales cover cuts, burns, and emotional scars earned in professional kitchens.

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