Hamburger Hamlet's Founder Passes Away and More News

In today's Media Mix, inside Sean Brock's newest Husk, plus a celebrity chef sues for $272,501
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The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Harry Lewis Dies at 93: The actor and founder of Hamburger Hamlet, also known as a founder of the "gourmet burger," passed away last Sunday. [LA Times]

Prisoners Staff Restaurant: Cardiff Prison has opened a gourmet restaurant where criminals can cook and serve dishes. The results? Lower re-offending rates among inmates who work in the restaurant. [Wales Online]

Where Are the Bugs in Your Food?  Sure, you're not eating whole bugs, but creepy crawlers have been in your food for a long time. [Scientific American]

Inside Husk: Here's an excellent slideshow of Sean Brock's latest venture, Husk Nashville. [Eater]

Chef Marco Pierre White Sues: The celebrity chef is suing two former business partners, claiming that he deserves a cut of the profit from the sale of Marco Pierre White's Yew Tree Inn. [Daily Mail]

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