Printed Food Coming Soon; Edible Insects; After Dinner at The French Laundry + More News

Do we really believe a printed roast chicken would taste as good as this one from Barbuto? I’m not buying it. Literally.

Dining news from around the world and the web…

* Do you want that burger 8 1/2″ x 11″ or 11″ x 17″? Pretty soon we’ll be eating printed food. []

* Talk about off-label ingredients. Read no further if you’d rather not know what’s lurking in your food. [The Guardian]

* Bugging out. Insects are the protein of the future. I’d personally rather go vegan, but, to each his own. []

* Slim pickings. Chefs dish on their tips for creating healthful offerings. [NRN]

* Happy meals. Turns out people don’t overeat just because they’re sad. Which makes sense because I pretty much want to eat whether I’m happy or sad. [Daily Mail]

* Didn’t understand 2001: A Space Odyssey? Me neither, but only because I fall asleep every time I try to watch it. Anyway, this HoJo kids’ menu from 1968 may help. [i09Continue Reading

Therapy for Peanut Allergies; Baby-Chef Names; PC as Personal Chef + More

“I know I’ve made some very poor dishes recently, but I can give you my complete assurance that my work will be back to normal.”

Food and dining news from around the web and the world…

* This sounds nutty. A new supervised therapy could help increase peanut-allergy sufferers’ tolerance to this groundnut. [Village Voice]

* Chef Hal 9000 at your service. In a few years, a computer could be your personal chef. []

* Win at wining and dining. Tips to make the most of entertaining clients and prospects from a pro. []

* Isn’t it authentic? Experts debate authenticity in restaurant menus. [NRN]

* A lot at steak. Michael Lomonaco of Porter House New York shows you how to cook a perfect steak. [Business Insider]

* I’ll have what she’s having. The skinny on how chefs stay fit despite obvious obstacles. [Eatocracy]

* What’s in a name? Baby names for parents who want to raise their own personal chef. This reminds me of that Seinfeld routine about naming your kid Jeeves. “Ever notice a lot of butlers are named Jeeves? You know, I think when you name a baby Jeeves, you’ve pretty much mapped out his future, wouldn’t you say?” [HuffPost]

* From the ‘Moment of Zen’ files: Man seeks return of pet chicken/traveling companion stolen from restaurant. []