I don't have a huge problem with dangling participles; I'll often say things like "Speaking as a linguist, that sentence isn't grammatical", where it's obviously not the sentence that's speaking as a linguist. (See various Language Log posts from Geoff Pullum arguing that avoiding danging participles is typically a matter of politeness as opposed to grammar.) But the following sentence from the government's anti-childhood-obesity website
Cauliflower? No problem. Roasted with garlic and olive oil, the kids happily munched as if they were fries.
It doesn't help that the only plural antecedent for "they" is "the kids"; but, man, they really ought to have a copyeditor over there.