The Friday Five – April 1st, 2011

1 04 2011

A weekly round up food and drink-related news stories:

1.  As a recipe developer, I am concerned about a new government proposal that all Canadian recipes will have to include metric times.  I’m not great at math so I’ll have to put on my thinking cap for this one… (Zapatopi)

2.  Totino’s Pizza Rolls have decided to scrap their user-generated marketing plan in favour of a more traditional ad campaign. Apparently the submissions for the Tell Us Your Totino’s Tale were too depressing. (The Onion)

3.  You may recall a that a few months ago, a photographer took photos of a McDonald’s happy meal for six months and discovered that it looked exactly the same at the end of the project.  In light of this, McDonald’s has scrapped their composting program because the foods wouldn’t decompose. (Eatocracy,Grist.org)

4.  The famous Michelin Guide is firing its inspectors and moving to a user-generated model.  Finally the average diner will have a say about what constitutes a three-star dining experience. (chow.com)

5.  Getting kids to eat can sometimes be a challenge.  These clever recipes can make mealtime fun again. (familyfun.go.com)

Happy APRIL FOOL’S Day everyone!   😉

Have a great weekend!

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