This Weekend in 'New York Times' Food News
Eat your lunch: Overachieving high school students skip lunch and schools are forcing them to slow down.
British classics: Mimi Sheraton files a review of Gordon Ramsay's The Narrow on the bank of the Thames in London.
Living wage: Burger King agrees to pay 1.5 cents more a pound for tomatoes—a 71 percent wage increase for tomato pickers in Florida. They were previously making $10,000 to $12,000 a year.
Not just golf anymore: Pebble Beach is trying to rebrand itself as a gourmet destination with an influx of headline chefs, a culinary festival and new restaurants. The photograph accompanying the article, however, doesn't sell it.
Just in time: Zagat is now offering a Beijing Olympics Guide.
Thinspiration: The NYT Magazine explores the disturbing trend of videos known as thinspiration, or thinspo: photomontages of skeletal women, including some celebrities and models, "designed to 'inspire' viewers to fortify their ambitions."