Scientists Create 'Super Spaghetti' and More News

In today's Media Mix, more chefs considering pop-ups like Alinea/Eleven Madison Park's switch, plus fast-food ambiance
Arthur Bovino

The Daily Meal's Media Mix brings you the biggest news around the food world.

'Super Spaghetti' Better for Human Health: A team of researchers from Australia and Italy are teaming up to create a better spaghetti noodle, one loaded with more nutrients from wheat. [Huffington Post]

Marc Vetri and Ken Oringer Planning Restaurant Swap: Thanks to the inspiration from Alinea and Eleven Madison Park, it seems some chefs are looking into swapping restaurants — like Philly's Vetri and Boston's Oringer. [Grubstreet]

Mood in Fast-Food Restaurants Affects Health: The ambiance in fast-food restaurants can have a big impact on consumer health, new research shows. [Psych Central]

Los Angeles' Playa Hosts Baja Chefs: In a new series at Playa, chefs will be cooking up Mexican dishes for three weeks. [LA Times]

Price of Dining in London Rises: Plus, the number of new restaurant openings jumped 25 percent from last year. [Businessweek]