Family Research Council Shooter Had 15 Chick-fil-A Sandwiches and More News

In today's Media Mix, an amazing René Redzepi magazine cover, plus Food Network helps plan your next road trip
Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

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

The man who opened fire on the Family Research Council lobby, shooting a security guard, apparently had 15 Chick-fil-A sandwiches stuffed in his backpack, which doesn't jive considering Chick-fil-A's politics. [Washington Post]

Food Network has released a new app called "On the Road," combining every food show ever to tell you which chef eats where. [Mashable]

Chefs and Personalities
An gorgeous René Redzepi magazine cover uses food and tableware to recreate the chef's likeness. [Eater]

Check out this trailer for food documentary Step Up to the Plate. We really want there to be some dance sequence starring Channing Tatum, too. [Vimeo]

Petty Crime
Schwa chef Michael Carlson was apparently arrested for disturbing the peace after setting off fireworks in an alley on the Fourth of July. [Grub Street]

In the fight for raw milk and lemonade stands (there have been crackdowns on both businesses), a protest picnic has been planned at the Capitol, where parents and locals will sell both to anyone who wants it. [HuffPo]

With Dunkin' Donut's new pay-by-phone app launching, Wired worries you'll be trading your personal data information. Yikes. [Wired]