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In today's Media Mix, Wendy's Black Label burger ticks off Pat LaFrieda, plus Bourdain talks about Eddie Huang and Guy Fieri
Media Mix
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Media Mix

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

Where to Get Booze and Fast Food: Fast-food chains are trying to up the competition by adding alcohol to their menus, with places like Shake Shack, Steak 'n Shake, Baja Fresh, and Chipotle leading the way. [Slate]

Anthony Bourdain Praises Eddie Huang, not Anne Burrell: Bourdain talks up Huang's writing and "his merciless wit," while saying, "If you can’t make fun of Burrell and Fieri, comedy’s dead." [Observer]

Rick Bayless' Theater Review: The New York Times reviews Cascabel, where chef Rick Bayless "does not exactly radiate natural stage charisma, although he acquits himself well enough in the delivery of his lines." [NY Times]

Best Cities for All the Hipsters: If you're a hipster, you should probably read this guide to figure out your next vacation. [Travel + Leisure]

Pat LaFrieda Targets Wendy's: After Wendy's debuted a "Black Label" burger in areas outside New York, New York butcher Pat LaFrieda sent a cease and desist letter to the fast-food chain, claiming ownership of the name. LaFrieda's meat is used in Minetta Tavern's Black Label Burger. [NY Post]