Are Subway Footlongs Really 12 Inches and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, Lupe Fiasco scraps his food and liquor album, plus livestreaming the Bocuse d'Or
Media Mix
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Watch a preview of Anthony Bourdain and Nigella Lawson's new show The Taste, with Ludo Lefebvre and Brian Malarkey. [Eater]

Danny Bowien chats about his inspiration, stealing recipes from Chinatown restaurants, and expansion. [Nowness]

The Bocuse d'Or competition will be livestreaming from Lyon, France, so you can watch food porn starting at 3 a.m. [Grub Street]

Looks like a food- and drink-themed album is not in the works for Lupe Fiasco, who announced via Twitter that his album Food & Liquor The Great American Rap Album Pt. 2 has been scrapped. [SOHH]

A survey found that only 22 percent of McDonald's customers are actually satisfied with their meals. [Consumerist]

Thanks to the Super Bowl, chicken wing prices will rise 2 percent until after the big game. Darn. [BusinessWeek]


Apparently a good portion of Subway "Footlong" sandwiches aren't actually a foot long... but only 11 inches. [NY Post]