Hot Dog Vendor Fired Over Anti-Ketchup Views and More News

In today's Media Mix, a look at Tsukiji Fish Market in the morning, plus another Olympic junk food debate

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

Apparently, this hot dog vendor would get angry if anyone wanted ketchup on their hot dog.

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Olympic Games Junk Food: With the Winter Olympics coming up, the junk food sponsorships vs. athletic healthy lifestyle debate is rearing its head once more. [Food and Drink Europe]

Hot Dog Vendor vs. Ketchup: Word on the street: Comerica Park’s singing hot dog vendor, Charley Marcuse, was fired because of his supposed combative stance against ketchup. Marcuse is said to only want to put mustard on a frank; he must be from Chicago. [NBC Sports]

Tsukiji Fish Market: Eater's photo series goes abroad as Daniel Krieger photographs Tsukiji Fish Market at 9 a.m. Except most of the really good stuff happens some four hours earlier. [Eater]

Copy Printer for Beer: If only this were real: Here, it looks like some man is making real copies of his last bottle of beer. [Laughing Squid]

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Molasses Spill in Hawaii: A giant molasses spill at Honolulu Harbor has not only killed the fish laying on the ocean floor, as the heavy material has sunk to the bottom, but could also increase the number of harmful bacteria, as well as sharks, eels, and barracudas in the area. No swimming for a while. [CNN]