In-N-Out Branches Out to Texas; Co-Eds Eye More Effective Vodka Drinking Method

In-N-Out will open its first non-Western location outside of Dallas, Texas. [Side Dish/D via Huffington Post]

Boysenberries were once grown on 2,400 acres in California, but by 2008, only 70 acres were reserved for the fruit. [L.A. Times]

Cold Stone's peanut butter and chocolate milkshake contains 2,010 calories. [NYP]

Some college kids have taken to pouring shots of vodka into their eyes for a faster buzz. [NYDN]

New York is due to adopt the restaurant letter-grading system found in L.A. this July. [N.Y. Times/Diner's Journal]

Menu references to "snacks, "snackable," and "snackers" at fine-dining restaurants have increased 170 percent since 2007. [N.Y. Times/Diner's Journal]

Government regulators largely ignore six rarer strains of E. coli, but those strains are now emerging as a serious threat to food safety. [NYT]

Young food entrepreneurs like Brooklyn Soda Works are using micro-funding sites like Kickstarter to get their start-up capital. [Chow]

Kraft's new ad campaign is focused on getting adults to eat more of the blue box macaroni and cheese. [NYT]