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In today's Weekly Media Mix, a Subway fight over ketchup, plus hipster wine lists
Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

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

Chefs and Personalities
Well, this is gross: A New York City West Village chef allegedly farted on all 37 of his or her employees, and bragged about it on Craigslist. [Grub Street]

Hulk Hogan's restaurant opened. That is all. [Bleacher Report]

Apparently even wines can be considered "hipster," including any kind of sauvignon blanc or wines from Beaujolais and Muscadet. [WSJ]

A recent poll found that while Americans blame watching TV/computers/movies and cheap fast food for obesity, 60 percent of those surveyed oppose taxes on unhealthy food. And 75 percent are against bans on unhealthy foods. [NPR]

A Subway worker started a fight after a man tried to order a Philly cheesesteak with American cheese, onions, and ketchup. The problem? Subway doesn't have ketchup. Also, who puts ketchup on a Philly cheesesteak? [WFTV]

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