Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri Now Mentoring Kid Chefs and More News

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Mice Droppings or Chocolate? A chef at a London bakery is fighting a health code violation, saying mice droppings are actually chocolate vermicelli. [Daily Mail]

LA Restaurant Bans Cell Phones: Another Los Angeles eatery is asking diners to stop using cell phones outside of "designated cell phone areas," so you can savor "both your meal and your company," preventing "gastro ADD." [Eater]

Comparing Coffee at Chains: How much caffeine does your coffee have? Well, if you're buying from McDonald's, you're being jipped. [Business Insider]

Rachael Ray and Guy Fieri's New Show: The two celebrity chefs have dropped real celebrities (ahem, Aaron Carter) to focus on adorable kid chefs in their latest show, premiering Sept. 8. [Food Network]

Bar Shames Customer: A non-paying customer was shamed online, after he failed to pay his part of a bill because he forgot his wallet. [AP]

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