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California Pizza Kitchen Will Sell For $407 Million; Marmite Banned in Denmark

• Golden Gate Capital is planning to purchase California Pizza Kitchen for $470 million. [WSJ]

• The British royals served the Obamas a $1,000 wine, which sounds like way more than they spent on canapés for all of their wedding guests combined. [US News & World Report]

• Marmite, that powerful yeasty spread that British people are obsessed with, has been banned in Denmark. Oh, right, but guzzling skipsol and eating oellebroed is just fine. [Telegraph UK]

• Two men in their twenties were shot multiple times last night by two perpetrators at Wilmington’s Tacos y Burritos Especial. Both bare now in the hospital. [Daily Breeze]

• A study shows consumers would be into chicken breakfast items at fast-food restaurants. Hey, it’s working for Chick-Fil-A. [NRN]

• Russ Parsons doubts that the new guidelines for cooking pork will result in the best flavor. [LAT]

• Buena Park’s Namastey India is a market-bound treasure exploring the flavors of Delhi through homemade recipes of channa batura and different preparations of chaat. [LAT]

• Gourmet cheese makers are trying to make inroads into China, even if many people there think the stuff smells funny. [Bellingham Herald]

California Pizza Kitchen Will Sell For $407 Million; Marmite Banned in Denmark