Chef Slow-Cooked Wife's Remains and More News

In today's Media Mix, Kobayashi helps sell hot dogs, plus Regis Philbin to guest on the 'Rachael Ray Show'
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Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Chef Confesses to Murdering Wife: Please stop this gruesomeness. A Los Angeles chef told the police that he murdered his wife, then slow-cooked her remains for four days to dispose of the body. [LA Times]

Kobayashi Sells Hot Dogs: Champion eater Takeru Kobayashi signed up to help sell Hofmann sausages. Truth be told, though, he's probably never tasted an actual hot dog. [Syracuse]

Regis Philbin to Co-Host Rachael Ray Show: The host is apparently good friends with Ray, and promises a monthly appearance on her show. [USA Today]

Paula Deen Was on Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?: Except she's already a millionaire? So all money raised goes to the Alzheimer's Association. [Eater]

Molecular Gastronomy Getting Major Play: The Culinary Institute of America is apparently weaving in more chemistry and scientific cooking classes, starting with the basics. [AP]

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