Mi Tierra Becomes Los Jaquis; Padma’s Alleged Baby Daddy Wants More Baby Time

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• Los Jaquis has replaced Mi Tierra at 324 S. Van Ness, serving Jaliscan specialties like burritas (not burritos). [Tablehopper]

• Just in time for St. Patrick’s Day, John Campbell’s Irish Bakery opens a second location in Pac Heights. [SFoodie]

• Central Valley farmers are getting 25% of their requested water allocation, which is actually a good thing. [Chron]

• BBC Star Oz Clark discusses how to raise a non-drunk (a.k.a. a non-sloppy drinker). [Telegraph via CHOW]

• Adam Dell, the alleged biological father of Krishna Lakshmi, allegedly wants more time with the baby. [NYP]

Top Chef Season Two contestant Marcel Vigneron will star in SyFy’s reality show Marcel’s Quantum Kitchen. [The Futon Critic via Eat Me Daily]

• Rocco DiSpirito’s Now Eat This! is number one on the New York Times bestseller list. [PR Newswire]

• Starting this summer, Starbucks customers will be able to fully customize their Frappuccinos. [WSJ]

• Salsa might be Mexico’s most misunderstood food, prepared differently in different countries and states. [NYT]

• Food giveaways are a relatively inexpensive way for chains to promote themselves, hence their new ubiquity. [WSJ]

• Pepsi plans to remove all its full-calorie sugary drinks from schools worldwide by 2012. [Crain’s]

• New kitchen appliances are based around the idea of ultra-convenience, like a device that browns toast and poaches an egg at the same time. [NYT]

Mi Tierra Becomes Los Jaquis; Padma’s Alleged Baby Daddy Wants More Baby