'Mr. Food' Dies at 81 and More News
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'Mr. Food' Dead at 81: Art Ginsburg, a television chef who was on the air for more than three decades, passed away at his home in Florida. [Huffington Post]
Chef From Per Se Goes to The French Laundry: The French Laundry's chef Timothy Hollingsworth has moved on, but Per Se's executive sous chef David Breeden is in. [Eater]
Bourdain vs. Ramsay vs. Batali: Anthony Bourdain weighed in on Gordon Ramsay's attempt to trademark Mario Batali's Spotted Pig name, calling it "pathetic." [FOX]
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First Importer of Pinot Grigio Dies: The man responsible for introducing America to pinot grigio, David Taub, has died at 79. [NYT]
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