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Restaurants Craving The Bill Clinton Bump; Carey Mulligan Spotted In A Denny’s Uniform

• For restaurants outside the U.S., the Bill Clinton Bump is a better bit of publicity than a Michelin star. [NYT]

• Actress Carey Mulligan was spotted in a uniform and name-tag from Denny’s while shooting her new film in L.A. [The Fan Carpet]

Cecconi’s chef Andrea Cavaliere has high hopes that the school garden he helped plant will “work out very well.” [Huffington Post]

• Watch out, Tea Party: Here comes the Coffee Party. [AFP]

• Nestle is recalling a batch of Raisinets that may have come into contact with or contain peanuts. [Medical news Today]

• A six-month study found that people who buy food with credit cards tend to make more unhealthy choices than those who pay with cash. [Courant]

• Guests at Hollywood’s The Redbury might lack a decent breakfast option, “unless an $18 tapas-style breakfast buffet in the bar sounds appetizing,” but can order delivery from nearby Katsuya. [L.A. Times]

• A couple is suing a Cleveland-area Steak ‘n Shake after it served their son hot sauce that sent him to the hospital. [AP]

• A Michigan man says that Heinz stole the idea for their new Dip & Squeeze ketchup packets from him. [Free Press]

Restaurants Craving The Bill Clinton Bump; Carey Mulligan Spotted In A Denny’s