Kentucky Fried Memoir

Colonel Sanders' autobiography, written in 1966 but discovered last November, will be made available for a free download by KFC via Facebook.


FDA Rejects Corn Sugar Label for HFCS

The Food and Drug Administration has rejected a petition by the Corn Refiners Association to change the name high fructose corn syrup to "corn sugar" on nutritional labels.


Scarf-Wearing Pig Spotted

Motorists have reported a pig wearing a scarf and running loose on a highway just outside of Pittsburgh. Naturally, the pig already has a Twitter account: @sharpdressedpig.


Why Do Bubbles in Guiness Sink?

Finally, an answer to the question of why bubbles sink down in a pint of Guiness.


China's Desert Vines

Vineyards in Inner Mongolia's Gobi Desert are heloung fuel a booming Chinese wine industry.


The Perfect Scoop

Amco Houseworks' Serrated Ice Cream Scoop features a serrated edge for cutting into hard ice cream and an unusual faceted aluminum surface which is designed for an easy release. Dishwasher safe.

$9.99 at Amco Houseworks.


Scientists Sequence Tomato Genome

By successfully sequencing the tomato genome, scientists believe the information could lead to tastier varieties and a reduced need for pesticides.


European Wines Get Organic Labeling

EU-produced organic wines, which until now used the wording "wine issued from organic grapes," have won the right to use the label "Organic Wine" or "Vin Biologique."


Extra Virgin Olive Oil Prices in Slump

Spain, Italy and Greece are the largest producers of olive oil, accounting for 70% of the world's olive oil output, but their already weakened economies have been hit by a major slump in the price of extra virgin olive oil.


Anthony Bourdain to Host CNN Show

Launching in early 2013, Anthony Bourdain will host a new weekend series on CNN "shot on location and exami[ing] cultures from around the world through their food and dining and travel rituals."