The Most 'Life-Changing' Burger and More News
The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.
Dick's Named "Most Life-Changing Burger Joint": In a David-versus-Goliath win, Seattle's Dick's Drive-In beat out notable competitors (In-N-Out, Steak 'n Shake, Five Guys) in Esquire's reader poll. The secret to this simple yet tasty burger? Fresh patties, with a mayonnaise and pickled relish sauce. [Esquire]
Mitt Romney's Birthday Dinner: Though he's been stomping through the campaign trail, Romney says the only meal he wants on his birthday is his wife's meatloaf cakes. [NYT]
OJ Prices Stabilize: Good news for those who need a blast of orange juice in the morning: Despite fears of an orange shortage in January, the shortage appears to have been overblown and prices have gone back down to $1.85 per can. [HuffPo]
You Can Take the Bagel Out of Brooklyn...: But the famous Brooklyn water that makes a bagel so tasty can't be duplicated, says a new lawsuit. One Florida plaintiff has sued the Original Brooklyn Water Bagel Co. because he was "duped" into believing that Brooklyn water could be recreated in the South. [Gothamist]
Social Media Demands Discontinued Chocolates: Fans of defunct chocolates, such as the Wispa from Cadbury, have found a new tool to bring back their beloved but discontinued candies: social media campaigns. [Guardian]