Horsemeat Becomes Haute Cuisine and More News

In today's Media Mix, the best of New York dishes, plus looking at gender in the wine business

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

Gender and Wine: Does it help to craft a beautiful wine if you're a woman? Possibly. [Decanter]

Subway Against Obamacare: Fred DeLuca, Subway founder, pinpoints the ObamaCare healthcare law as a major blockade to burgeoning entrepreneurs. [New American]

Horsemeat Turns Trendy: Despite the horsemeat scandal across Europe, Parisian chefs have been putting the meat back onto menus, via horse tartare , horse carpaccio, horse hamburgers, and horse steaks. [BBC]

Best of New York: The annual guide to where the best dumplings, tongue, lasagna, and grits are in the city. [New York Magazine]

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