Lucky Dip -Wednesday, June 8th, 2011

Wait, is that a prime rib sandwich being sold from that hot dog stand? The city lightens up, food vendors are selling more than tube steak, and no one has died yet. Imagine! [Toronto Star]

Give me back that Filet-o-Fish – proof that High Fearnley-Whittingstall’s fish fight is having an impact, and proof that chefs and food activists in North America need to get off our asses – McDonald’s in Europe will switch to sustainably-caught fish for their Filet-O-Fish sandwiches. This after already switching to free-range/free-run eggs. [Bloomberg]

The most diverse food court in the city can be found at Downsview Market. [Spice City Toronto]

Hearing voices? It might be your coffee talking. [Toronto Sun]

“If Manhattan chefs don’t serve ramps in spring, the thought police come and take their farm-to-table badges away. . .” Foods NYC restaurant critics dislike and how they deal with it. [Village Voice]

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