Texas Attorney General Paxton sides with restaurants on enforcement of “Barbecue Bill”

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton sides with restaurants, retailers on enforcement of “Barbecue Bill.” The bill creates an exemption to the state’s scale registration law exempting establishments with scales “exclusively used to weigh food sold for immediate consumption,” Without spot checks and enforcement there will always be some who put their proverbial “thumb on the scale” giving you a pound of brisket that isn’t really a pound. The Texas Tribune has full coverage of this Texas size BBQ battle.

Source: Attorney General Ken Paxton sides with restaurants, retailers on enforcement of “Barbecue Bill”

Demand for Edible Flowers Across D.C. Just Keeps Growing

Local producer Little Wild Things hopes to fill those needs by moving into bigger digs in Ivy City Edible flowers and microgreens are appearing in more dishes and drinks throughout the area these days, cropping up everywhere from Michelin-starred restaurants such as Barmini to food incubators like Union Kitchen.

Source: Demand for Edible Flowers Across D.C. Just Keeps Growing

10 Wide-Ranging Eateries Open 24 Hours Around D.C.

Where to find hearty breakfast plates, fish tacos, and Korean-style hangover soup all day, every day The D.C. dining scene gets more diverse every day. But fulfilling every possible craving at any hour of the day remains elusive (where art thou, 24-hour pizza place?). Local diners can, however, get their fill of zesty tacos, sugar-dusted funnel cake fries, cult hoagies, grilled lamb chops, and more at round-the-clock restaurants all across the area.

Source: 10 Wide-Ranging Eateries Open 24 Hours Around D.C.