It's Thursday, December 10, meaning T-minus two weeks till Christmas. If you're asking Santa for a new job this year, perhaps it's time to consider a career with In-N-Out Burger? The California-based burger chain that enjoys a cultlike following just landed on Glassdoor's list of the Best Places to Work 2016. It clocks in at number 13, putting it behind heavy-hitting tech companies like Facebook and Google but ahead of Apple and Twitter. In-N-Out may not have foosball tables or a fleet of on-site artisanal food trucks, but hey, at least there's free Animal-style burgers.
In other food news to know today: KFC is expanding its greasy footprint to the nation of Tibet and Whole Foods just hired a chef from David Chang's Momofuku empire. Oh yeah, and there's a decent chance you could be eating horse meat. Also: Stephen Colbert — much like everyone else — has some feelings about Donald Trump, and the New York Times ponders the effects of bad Yelp reviews.