Box lunch: The 'Sandy Five' and lack of liquor
November 9th, 2012
12:00 PM ET
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Sink your teeth into this week's top stories from around the globe.

  • People in the path of Superstorm Sandy stocked up before the storm with nonperishables. After the storm, they stocked up with vanity pounds now known as the "Sandy Five." - New York Times

  • Behold the cheesiest of cheese biscuits, native to eastern North Carolina. - News & Observer

  • For the first time in nine grease-stained years, sales at McDonald’s dipped in October. - Bloomberg BusinessWeek

  • "It was a timely guide to Chinese-American food that could be appreciated by those on both sides of the hyphen": A look at the famed 1945 cookbook How to Cook and Eat in Chinese. - Asian American Writers' Workshop

  • New Jersey residents may be left with dry glasses after Sandy flooded a liquor distributor’s warehouse. - Bloomberg
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  1. Frederickk1337

    Alcohol for the lazy?! Why should they drink beer or any form of alcohol?! This is disgraceful. Lazy bums, go shovel snow to survive like you make others do. Go shovel shit, and dig holes for 5.00$ an hour. Do anything you lazy peices of communist shit!

    November 13, 2012 at 10:20 am |
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