Ben & Jerry's New Gay Marriage Ice Cream and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, a stolen pizza costume, plus the new wave of 'girly' drinks
Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

Media Mix

The Daily Meal's Weekly Media Mix rounds up the week's big food stories.

Ice cream-makers Ben & Jerry's once again show their stance on gay marriage by renaming an ice cream flavor to support gay marriage in the U.K. Chubby Hubby, meet "Apple-y Ever After." [LA Times]

Schools can now choose whether or not they want "pink slime" in their lunch meat. [The Daily Meal]

Gender Stuff
 Is there a difference between female-made cocktails and those made by male bartenders? Maybe not, but one reporter sees more women drinking rye whiskey, aromatic bitters, maraschino liqueur, and Fernet Branca. [Washington Post]

Shame of the Week
A man walked into a Florida pizzeria, put on a promotional pizza costume, and walked out. The stolen pizza costume is apparently 6-feet-tall, with "pepperoni, mushrooms, green peppers, and black olives." [HuffPo]

A man tried to sell an 16-year-old girl into a sex trafficking ring at a Cleveland Starbucks. [Fox 8]

World News
Experts estimate that some 33 pounds ($40 worth) of food is thrown away every month. That's 30 to 50 percent of the world's food. [MSNBC]

McDonald's has named Smithfield Foods as one of its 2012 Global Best of Sustainable Supply Chain winners. [MarketWatch]

Adam Dell has won a legal battle with Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi over their daughter Krishna.
He won extra custody and visitation rights, and their daughter will now carry his last name. [NYPost]

Olive Garden critic Marilyn Hagerty has finally made it to New York, where she ate Shake Shack and a dirty water hot dog. [The Daily Meal]