Death and Robbery Won’t Stop Jim’s Steaks; Scientists Explain Brain Freeze

• Despite losing its co-owner and getting robbed of more than $30,000 in the same week, Jim’s Steaks is still moving forward with plans to expand into New Jersey. [Daily News]

• Camden’s City Council will vote today on proposed plans to impose a curfew on restaurants, take-out joints and other businesses in effort to reduce nighttime crime. [Newsworks]

• At long last, the scientific explanation behind brain freeze. [Food Republic]

• Starbucks has rolled out some kind-of-okay-looking low-calorie meals called “Bistro Boxes.” There’s a sesame noodles box and a chicken wrap box. [USAT]

• The running of the bulls in Pamplona is a big culinary event for some, who enjoy paella made with “love.” [Reuters]

• “If Bolla Soave wasn’t on the wine list, Frank [Sinatra] wasn’t sitting at the table. Ol’ Blue Eyes also liked his Jack Daniels. [On Wine/WSJ]

• “At least five, and possibly six, of the eight species of tuna are at risk of extinction, largely because of overfishing.” The good news is some of these species are quite resilient. [HuffPo]