David Adjey’s diet, the history of mall food, Toronto farmers’ markets

David Adjey’s diet, the history of mall food, Toronto farmers’ markets

The Eaton Centre food court (Photo by penarmusaraj) 

• Shopping mall dining is meant to be fast and easy—but some of it is interesting, too. Here, the stories behind gyros, Orange Julius and the rest of the food court smorgasbord. [National Post]

• Celebrity chef and chronic snacker David Adjey is making the most of his high-cholesterol diagnosis. The Food Network regular dishes on how to adapt to a new diet. [Sudbury Star]

• We hear that sales of most products are dropping across the world, but here in Toronto, the farmers’ markets are still thriving. [Toronto Star]

• The biological effects of coffee can seem unpredictable, making you feel jittery one day, fuelled the next. But there’s a way to do it right. Peruse this guide to optimal caffeine consumption. [Am Law Daily]

• Brooklyn’s culinary explosion shows that the burbs need not be boring. We hope Scarborough and Mississauga follow suit. [New York Times]