Graydon Carter Loses Reservations Wrangler; Food Photos Fill Internet

Graydon Carter's assistant Jonathan Kelly recently quit, allegedly because he was sick of making seating assignments for Carter's restaurants. [Gawker]

FreshDirect is expanding in Westchester and adding service in Connecticut, the company announced yesterday. [Crain's]

More and more people are posting photos of their food to the Internet, motivated by everything from art to a desire to stay on a diet. [NYT]

In response to charges that the program acted as extortion, Yelp eliminated advertisers' ability to choose a "favorite review" to be highlighted. [Business Insider]

Induction-range cooking might be the iPad of kitchen technology: fraught with both promise and disappointment. [NYT]

Heirloom apple crops are on the rise. [NYT]

The cupcake backlash has hit Europe. [Salon]

Australian winemaker Thomas Angrove, the inventor of boxed wine, died last week at 92. [Herald Sun via Consumerist]

Former Busy Chef manager Dan Kaufman plead guilty to scamming customers out of thousands of dollars. [NYP]