People Still Against Soda Bans and More News
In today's Weekly Media Mix, a Subway fight over ketchup, plus hipster wine lists
The Daily Meal brings you the biggest news from the food world.
Chefs and Personalities
Well, this is gross: A New York City West Village chef allegedly farted on all 37 of his or her employees, and bragged about it on Craigslist. [Grub Street]
Hulk Hogan's restaurant opened. That is all. [Bleacher Report]
Apparently even wines can be considered "hipster," including any kind of sauvignon blanc or wines from Beaujolais and Muscadet. [WSJ]
A recent poll found that while Americans blame watching TV/computers/movies and cheap fast food for obesity, 60 percent of those surveyed oppose taxes on unhealthy food. And 75 percent are against bans on unhealthy foods. [NPR]
A Subway worker started a fight after a man tried to order a Philly cheesesteak with American cheese, onions, and ketchup. The problem? Subway doesn't have ketchup. Also, who puts ketchup on a Philly cheesesteak? [WFTV]
Pinterest has acquired photo-heavy recipe site Punchfork. [AdWeek]
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