Man Claims Restaurant Refused to Seat Party Because of Race and More News

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In today's Media Mix, reviving an heirloom corn, plus highlighting the turducken
Top Food News | Restaurant | Racial Discrimination

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This restaurant in Charleston, S.C., is accused of discriminating against a group of black patrons.

Check out these headlines you may have missed.

Racial Discrimination at Restaurant: A man claims a Charleston, S.C., restaurant refused to seat him and his party of 25 after another customer felt threatened by them, and after they began videotaping the confrontation. Guys, it's 2013. [WCSC]

Heirloom Corn: The next food obsession? Heirloom corn, which Dan Barber notes tastes as if it's had butter added. [NPR]

David Burke's Bacon-Centric Bar: We suppose bacon is going high-end again; David Burke is launching the Bacon Bar in Chicago, with nine sandwiches and four kinds of bacon. [New Jersey Star-Ledger]

Turducken Goes to Food Fests: The ridiculous over-stuffed Thanksgiving dish apparently originated in France, starting off with a stuffed poulty of sorts full of 18 birds. [ABS-CBNnews.com]

Coffee Cup Used to Kill Cheating Husband: A Japanese woman reportedly killed her husband with a coffee mug after discovering he was cheating on her. [AFP]

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