Nick Offerman Guests on 'Bob's Burgers' and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, Wylie Dufresne to open East Village restaurant, plus Gordon Ramsay producing show
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Media Mix

Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.

Restaurants:
Wylie Dufresne is gearing up for a 50-seat pub called Alder in Manhattan's East Village, marking his second opening after 10 years of focusing on wd~50. [Grub Street]

Chefs and Personalities:
Gordon Ramsay is producing a NBC restaurant drama called Inferno, a "dark operatic drama" about two restaurateurs who hire a mysterious Italian chef. It is not a reality show. [Deadline]

Technology:
Restaurant owners used to a simple "no cellphones" sign are now thinking of giving discounts or banning photography in general. [AP]

Pets:
Rachael Ray has started her own line of pet food. [YouTube/CNN]

Health:
All right kiddos, let's not get ahead of ourselves with foraging. A family nearly died after eating some poisonous mushrooms they picked in their backyard. [CTNow.com]

Food for Thought:
Why are grilled cheese sandwiches so amazing? Well, all the smooth, gooey, and warm textures are associated with fat, and humans just love that. Science says so. [PopSci]

Pop Culture:
Nick Offerman guest stars on Bob's Burgers, so we're expecting a lot of bacon. [Vulture]

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