Sampler Platter: Bonobos, beer and dog food pate
Foodie apes, $1,000 beer and $9 family dinners ... it's all in Friday's food news roundup.
Everyone's a critic: even bonobos rate their food. They love figs and raisins, don't like lettuce, yams and peppers. Discovery
- Pat and Gina Neely of Food Network's "Down Home with the Neelys" make a family-sized, $9 mac 'n' cheese for NPR's "How Low Can You Go" family supper challenge.
- Best Job Ever: "Get paid $10,000 a month for six months to drink wine, learn and talk about wine, eat good food, live rent free in Healdsburg and play the occasional game of poker with a laid-back staff." SF Gate
One more reason to love fatty foods: eating them may boost your memory. New York Daily News
The world's most expensive beers. When you have so much money you don't know how to spend it. Gunaxin
Think you can tell the difference between paté and dog food? Think again. Los Angeles Times
Food Blog Code of Ethics launches. It delivers what its name promises.
Who wants a Depression-era "Chicken Dinner" candy bar? Wall Street Journal
Photo: A San Diego Zoo worker cares for baby bonobos, one of the world's most critically endangered great apes. Credit: Ken Bohn / Zoological Society of San Diego