Martha Stewart Loses Bid Against Macy's and More News

In today's Weekly Media Mix, how Louis C.K. makes chicken, plus an artist plays with her food

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

Chefs and Personalities
Here is Charlie Sheen's personal chef, sharing what she makes for the hot-headed celebrity: soft pretzels, mixed nuts, and Jell-O shots. For snacks: raw ginger. [People]

And here is Louis C.K's recipe for baked chicken: "Lots of lemon, garlic, and olive oil, salt, paprika, pepper. Just tons of all that and cook that f*cker at 450 for an hour then turn it down." [Grub Street]

Caribou Coffee is still dealing with the public backlash after announcing the closing of 80 stores. [Forbes]

Burger King's CEO is leaving to head up the H.J. Heinz Company, which was just bought by Burger King parent 3G Capital and Berkshire Hathaway. [NRN]

Malaysian artist Hong Yi created fun illustrations every day with her food, the canvas being a white plate. [This Is Colossal]

A "face-off in POST-APOCALYPTIC cooking" show is casting for Survivor-esque participants. [Eater]

Sad for Martha Stewart: The domestic diva's company lost a bid to dismiss Macy's claim that Stewart's brand violated its contract when it designed products for J.C. Penney. [Reuters]


Watch Ron Swanson make the Ron Swanson banana burger: take half a banana, stick it inside a bacon cheeseburger, and mash it down. [Eater]