Tavern on the Green Pays Up; Pigfest Doesn't Run Out of Pig

Federal officials are expected to announce today that Tavern on the Green will be forced to pay $2.2 million to employees who filed a discrimination lawsuit last September. [NYS]
Related: Tavern on the Green Hit With Federal Discrimination Charges

On average, mothers of children under 15 spend more on fast food than on books, music, movies, and video games combined. [NYT]

The designer of the Pringles can was so proud of his design that he had part of his remains buried in one. [Cincinnati Enquirer]

Americans love bubbles so much that we consume 15 billion gallons of soda every year, which is why some bartenders are finding ways to carbonate liquors now. [NYT]

Nine hundred sixty-five dollars will get you a twenty-week course of study at the Sommelier Society of America and a shot at a career that pays from $65,000 to more than $100,000 a year. [NYT]

It looks like the food didnt run out at this years Brooklyn Pigfest. [Gothamist]
Related: Brooklyn Pigfest Is Tomorrow, and Theyd Better Not Run Out This Time

Daniel Boulud and Alain Ducasse first met in 1981, when Bouluds very pretty Catalan girlfriend took him to the restaurant where Ducasse was cooking. [NYP]