Horsemeat Becomes Haute Cuisine and More News
In today's Media Mix, the best of New York dishes, plus looking at gender in the wine business
The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.
Gender and Wine: Does it help to craft a beautiful wine if you're a woman? Possibly. [Decanter]
Subway Against Obamacare: Fred DeLuca, Subway founder, pinpoints the ObamaCare healthcare law as a major blockade to burgeoning entrepreneurs. [New American]
Horsemeat Turns Trendy: Despite the horsemeat scandal across Europe, Parisian chefs have been putting the meat back onto menus, via horse tartare , horse carpaccio, horse hamburgers, and horse steaks. [BBC]
Best of New York: The annual guide to where the best dumplings, tongue, lasagna, and grits are in the city. [New York Magazine]
Rick Bayless Brew: The Chicago chef is apparently working on creating a craft beer, owned by Crown. [AdAge]
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