Fashion Designer Does Collection Inspired by Chez Panisse; The Word ‘Artisanal’ Is Here to Stay

• Young local fashion designer Cari Borja has designed an entire collection inspired by Chez Panisse, or the vegetables she saw while working there, or something. [Chron]

• A fruit seller in the Haight got attacked Sunday by a parolee who tried to steal some mangoes, and who also tried to shank the merchant with a sharpened comb handle. Nice. [Examiner]

• Canned beer is not just for hipsters and hicks anymore: You can now get some pretty good craft beers, including Fat Tire and Six Point, in a can. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]

• Regarding Corner Store George, who “roosts” at Rhea’s Market and Deli in the Mission. [SF Gate]

• Some “shocking” new research has found a link between teens who drink a high quantity of soda and those who commit violent acts. So we guess they’ll soon be taking the soda part out of Four Loko too. [Breitbart]

• Though many people in the food world are already sick of the word “artisanal,” it’s just catching on in mainstream marketing. Oh, great. [USAT]

• Speaking of, the bun on Burger King’s newly unveiled hamburger is “artisanal”; the sandwich also has bacon, red onions, romaine, and “Griller” sauce. [NRN]

• Holy Chardonnay: Here’s a kind of amazing video of a shelf of wine collapsing and sending a sea of booze across a store floor. [HuffPo]

Fashion Designer Does Collection Inspired by Chez Panisse; The Word