Rick Bayless Wicker Park Project Confirmed and More News

In today's Media Mix, why chefdom is good for kids, plus Cargill settles lawsuit over Truvia

The Chicago chef reportedly has another project in the works.

Check out the headlines you may have missed.

Rick Bayless' New Project: It's confirmed: The Chicago chef is opening up in trendy hipster neighborhood Wicker Park, and details will be released in clues via social media. [Eater]

McDonald's Pumpkin Spice Latte: Just another way to get your pumpkin spice fix. Here's the TV ad. [iSpot]

How Filthy Are Your Favorite Restaurants? Since San Francisco has released all the health inspection details of all the restaurants in the city, here's a look at how filthy your favorite SF joint might be. [Mission Local]

Cargill's Truvia Lawsuit: Cargill has agreed to modifiy the labels of Truvia after a lawsuit alleged that they were misleading consumers by claiming Truvia was all-natural, when in fact it contained plenty of GMO and highly processed ingredients. Oops. [Food Navigator]


Why Chefs for Kids: In an interview about the upcoming season of MasterChef Junior, Gordon Ramsay explains why discipline for kid chefs is a good thing (and for all chefs, at that). [Hollywood Reporter]