Lucky Dip – Wednesday, October 5th, 2011

Michael Schmidt continues his hunger strike after the courts ruled against him last week in his efforts to sell raw milk. [Toronto Star]

The difficulty of converting cookbooks to eReader format. [New York Times]

Dave Bidini’s new column Coffee Run explores the allure of Krispy Kreme. [National Post: Posted Toronto]

Okay, the “sexy” Halloween costume thing really needs to be over. Sexy fruit salad? Sexy Chinese take-out? Eesh. [Village Voice: Fork in the Road]

Go ahead, eat that sushi – it really is good for you. [Globe and Mail]

The pizza bear story has made it across the pond. I haven’t been able to find any follow-up pieces – here’s hoping the bear wasn’t shot for being a menace, because the video is too hilarious. [Daily Mail]

Jodi explores the food of the Azores. [Nostrovia!]

I haven’t watched the finale yet, but like others, I’m addicted to this show – nobody tell me who won the Great British Bake-Off. (#teammary-anne) [Guardian]

Gobble, gobble, gobble. It’s what you have to do if your family celebrates both Canadian and American Thanksgiving. [National Post: The Appetizer]

Lunchbox Love – here’s one from the “damn, I’m glad I don’t have kids” file – kids are competing over whose parent writes the best lunchbox notes. (And, yes, companies are cashing in with pre-printed ones.) Unless of course you’re too old for such things in which case said note could get you beaten up.  [Wall Street Journal]