'Top Chef' Filming Rumored in Seattle and More News

In today's Media Mix, Momofuku's David Chang shares thoughts on London, plus raw liver ban in Japan
Arthur Bovino

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

Where Is Top Chef Filming?: The show won't confirm that it's filming in Seattle, but just about everybody already knows. [Seattle Post Intelligencer]

David Chang on London: "London is the most vicious city in the world, no doubt about it," Chang, the man behind Momofuku, said at the Taste of London event. [Businessweek]

Anger Over Raw Liver Ban in Japan: After five serious cases of food poisoning last year from eating raw liver, Japan has banned the ingredients in restaurants — and made many diners mad. [Reuters]

Portland Decides on Food Trucks: The Portland, Maine, City Council mulled over whether food trucks should be allowed in the city (with fees and restrictions), a hot-button issue for years. [BDN Maine]

Food Drive Tops 1 Million Pounds for Colorado Victims: A food drive for those who lost their homes in Colorado's Waldo Fire reached more than 1 million pounds. [Colorado Springs Gazette]