The world's oldest wedding cake and drug-laced Libyan coffee are on the menu in today's daily roundup of what we're reading at GOOD Food HQ. Enjoy!
Gaddafi's (rather desperate) new conspiracy theory: The Libyan revolt is being fueled by Al-Qaeda putting drugs in young men's daily Nescafe.
The potato was responsible for the rise of Europe. Well, kind of, not really.
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California's In-N-Out Burger is coming to Texas, the first time the fast-food company has expanded beyond a 500-mile radius of its distribution center.
"Monsanto has an annual budget of $10 million dollars and a staff of 75 devoted solely to investigating and prosecuting farmers." On corporate-controlled seeds as a threat to democracy.
Today's image is of the oldest complete wedding cake in the world. The Daily Mail reports that the cake, which was recently donated to a museum in Basingstoke, England, was baked 113 years ago, in 1898, for a bakery window display. The icing has browned with age, and has a large crack that occurred during a World War II bombing raid, but the museum's curator told the the Mail that, "upon investigation using a syringe, the cake was found to be very moist."
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