Conspiracy Theorists Go After White House Pastry Chef and More News

In today's Media Mix, Hooters teaches you how to debone a chicken wing, plus meth-filled Snickers
Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

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

White House
• Conspiracy theorists claim that White House pastry chef Bill Yosses is planning on forcing everyone to eat "green gelatin-like blobs made of chemical compound" while the prez eats wholesome foods. Um, no. [Obama Foodorama]

• Meanwhile, HelloGiggles has an adorable interview with Yosses about the job, his inspiration, and the president's love for pie. [HelloGiggles]

Crime
• A man was caught trying to smuggle $250,000-worth of meth to Japan, disguised as chocolate-covered Snickers bars. [AP]

Bees
• A mind-boggling honeybee infestation reveals gorgeous layers of honeycombs, although the honey couldn't be eaten because of pesticide fear. [HuffPo]

Tricks
• Hooters decided to use their best assets and have an employee show you how to debone a chicken wing. [YouTube/Hooters Restaurant]

Restaurants
• Here is a preview of Homaro Cantu's Black Sabbath menu at iNG, just in time for Lollapalooza. [Grub Street]

• Umami Burger expands to The Grove in Los Angeles, adding on new items like Umami hot dogs, Umami chips, and Umami milkshakes. [Eater LA]

Products
• This pretty, new egg carton design supposedly protects your eggs in an eco-friendly casing. Except... it looks flimsy? [Design Milk]

Chick-fil-A
• Chef Art Smith is bringing his "Flick the Hate" party to DC. [Washington Examiner]

Food Writing
• Here is a gorgeous essay on one writer's struggle with dieting, bacon, and the need for good food. [Gilttaste]

Money
• NPR has pulled together charts comparing how the middle class, lower class, and upper class spend their money. While the lower class tend to spend more money at home, restaurant spending is down across the board. [NPR]