Frito-Lay Goes Gourmet and More News

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In today's Media Mix, Anthony Bourdain gets a Facebook, plus a mother serves a PCP sandwich
Media Mix
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Media Mix

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

Frito Lay's 1 Percent Move: A new marketing strategy asks that the brand create gourmet snacks for the rich, and other snacks for their "value customers." [NY Times]

Street Food in New York: Apparently eating on the street is "trés Brooklyn;" there are now food cart tours of New York. But it takes places in Queens. [Reuters]

Anthony Bourdain Gets Social: The host of No Reservations not only jumped to CNN, but he also go on Facebook. And yes, "it's really me," he says. [Facebook/Anthony Bourdain]

Bad Parenting: A mother is accused of giving her daughter a sandwich sprinkled with PCP. [HuffPo]

Food Truck Lingo: With the proliferation of food trucks, the lingo is becoming more difficult to remember. Here's a quick guide. [NPR]

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