McDonald's Not Popular with Millennials and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, another bee problem, plus a man steals 42,000 pounds of cheese
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The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Wylie Dufresne opens Alder, revealing a menu of chicken liver toast, fried quail, and a sea buckthorn cocktail. Whether these will be literally interpreted has yet to be seen. [Grub Street]

A man is charged with attempting to sell 42,000 pounds of Muenster cheese, which he stole from a Wisconsin cheese company. He was selling it at a rest stop. [Gawker]

A former chef of the Virginia Executive Mansion has been indicted for embezzlement. [ABC]

Craft brewers are asking for a tax cut, saying it will help them hire more workers and brew more beer. [NY Times]

McDonald's has reportedly realized they're not too popular with the 18- to 32-year-old crowd, so they're desperately trying to woo them back. [AdAge]

A gigantic brown trout caught in New Zealand weighed 42 pounds and 1 ounce, 3 pounds shy of a world record. [Grind TV]

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