Goodbye, foie gras; Jamie Kennedy’s latest admirer; drinking while pregnant

Goodbye, foie gras; Jamie Kennedy’s latest admirer; drinking while pregnant

Goodbye, gras. (Photo by panduh) 

• Foie gras has been forsaken by such luxury food magazines as Gourmet and Bon Appétit. In its stead, readers will find advice on leftovers and budget-friendly wines, and recipes for a failing economy. [New York Times]

• Some potentially good news for pregnant women: top Canadian health care practitioners plan to put together national guidelines on special sauce consumption during pregnancy. [Ottawa Citizen]

• New spot, same style. Jamie Kennedy scores points from, of all places, the Toronto Sun. The paper praises the chef for keeping it simple at his new café, Hank. [Toronto Sun]

• The bitter truth: researchers at the University of Toronto show that moral revulsion triggers the same physical reactions—and facial contortions—as putrid meat. [Canada.com]

• CNN’s Sean Callebs appears to be starved for attention. He tries to expose the plight of underprivileged Americans by living on food stamps for a month. [CNN]