Chicago's Food Truck Ordinance Passes and More News
In today's Media Mix, a 17-pound lobster is saved from a restaurant, plus Katy Perry to hawk Popchips
The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.
Katy Perry Digs Popchips: The pop singer has decided to endorse Popchips, the brand that made a big splash with Ashton Kutcher's brown face. [LA Times]
17-Pound Lobster Saved: A man decided to buy a 17-pound lobster (nicknamed Lucky Larry) from a restaurant and released it back into the ocean. Now it just has to continue avoiding captivity. [NYDN]
Krista Simmons on Food and Dating: The new Top Chef Masters judge apparently makes a mean kale-quinoa burger, but is "clueless" in the dating department. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Chicago to Get Real Food Trucks: The city's food trucks can finally cook in their vehicles, but cannot serve food between 2 a.m. and 5 a.m. Trucks must also stay 200 feet away from restaurant storefronts. [Chicago Tribune]
Presidential Politics at Chick-fil-A: Apparently, both the Romney and the Obama camp have spent money on the controversial company. [Eater]