Weekly Media Mix: McDonald's Serves Sustainable Fish; Cured Meat Therapy; and Papaya King Gets Racy

Some of the week's biggest food and drink stories
Weekly Media Mix
Arthur Bovino

Weekly Media Mix

The Daily Byte's Weekly Media Mix rounds up the week's big food stories.

• McDonald's will serve certified sustainable fish across Europe. [Huffpo]
• German officials confirm bean sprouts as the source of the E. coli outbreak. [Guardian]

• Michael Anthony is named a chef-partner at Gramercy Tavern. [GS]
• Despite an economic boost, restaurants seem to still be trending downscale. [WSJ]

• Michael Bauer gives advice on how to handle being served by a waiter who is high. [Scoop]


• Contestant on Food Network's The Great Food Truck Challenge creates the world's most expensive kebab (costing $1,227) to promote the show. [Huffpo]

• Alternative therapy featuring a variety of cured meats. [Atlantic]


• Boston restaurants ban together to raise funds for tornado victims. [GS]

• This Father's Day, buy dad a beer on Facebook courtesy of T.G.I. Friday's [UPI]

Shame of the Week
• Papaya King posts racy billboards throughout L.A. [AdWeek]


• Curtis Stone cooks a romantic meal with Conan O'Brien. [Team Coco]


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