No, in fact, there isn't. Peter's dream is interpreted by Peter himself, just a few passages down. The dream is about accepting the gentiles into the church. The spin you have absorbed is the doctrine of a church, not the Word... To believe it is to believe that God changed what is declared to be unchangeable in the OT, and denies the direct, explicit commandment of Jesus Christ to keep and do the Torah, and denies the prophets who have predicted that the whole world will follow the law of God by the end.
But that is not the point here... I was just expanding upon the idea that Maelstorm introduced. Food laws are just one aspect. There are many things in the Bible having to do with DNA and seed that might be taken as physical that many have taken as spiritual... IF physical, the ramifications are daunting.
There are passages in the Bible (OT and NT) where instruction is given for specific persons or groups without being given for all of humankind. There are several scenes in the Bible which can only be understood to the greater depth with an understanding of modern Physics/Science, but the passages ring true from that time to ours because God is not a liar therefore He will not lie.
Peter's dream was, well, instructional, and for Gentiles a revelation on Salvation as well as instructional on foods. That dream did not remove the food restrictions on Jews, but it did reveal more than just the food regs donchaknow.