Salinger’s Fiction Full of Food; Museums Eschew Cafeterias

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• J.D. Salinger's fiction was filled with food, like the chicken sandwich in Franny and Zooey that signified the rift between Franny and her boyfriend. [Diner's Journal/NYT]

• Museums are eschewing cafeterias in favor of destination restaurants like the Wright. [NYT]

• City public-school kids drank 1.3 percent more milk (and consumed 25 percent fewer calories) after whole milk was swapped out for skim. [NYP]

• LeBron James is partnering with McDonald's on a multi-year ad campaign. [NRN]


• New York–made Perky Jerky combines beef jerky and caffeine. [NYDN]

• In a recent speech, Argentina's president recommended eating pork as an alternative to Viagra. [Yahoo]

• A French winemakers's plan to name its Sauvignon Blanc "Kiwi Cuvee" was blocked by an Australian tribunal, which felt the name would mislead customers into thinking the wine was from New Zealand. [WSJ]

• Black pepper may have been the culprit in a recent salmonella outbreak that sickened salami-eaters in 40 states. [NYT]

• Arby's CEO Tom Garrett has resigned. [NRN]