Entertainment Commission Wants More Entertainment in Bars; Botulism Found in Organic Olives

• Jocelyn Kane, head of the City’s Entertainment Commission, wants there to be “live music everywhere” in cafés and bars, and is encouraging business owners to hire musicians to play in their establishments. Also, the Pour House (1327 Polk) is applying for the first-of-its-kind limited live performance permit today. [All Shook Down/SF Weekly]

• Regarding the art of special-event menus at Chez Panisse, and the new monograph of them by Patricia Curtan. [T Mag/NYT, Earlier slideshow]

• A review of the brunch at The Sycamore, which warns “you could be waiting over an hour to get your scrambled eggs.” [SFoodie]

• Michael Pollan listed out the “world’s seven most powerful foodies,” but leaves off the Lady Waters. [Forbes]

• News flash: Botulism doesn’t care whether your canned goods are organic or not. [Salt/NPR]

• Burger King is fighting for its kiddie customers: the chain is unrolling BK Crown Meals, where the box is a wearable crown. [USAT]

• Turns out that even for genetically blessed Victoria’s Secret models, it takes an unsexy amount of dieting and exercise to look hot enough for the annual fashion show; it’s kind of like training for the Olympics, says one insider. [NYDN]

• Wish list time: behold the country’s nine most expensive tasting menus. Have you tried any of them? [HuffPo]

• Calling things “artisanal” isn’t the only way restaurant chains are trying to attract “foodies”: they’re also running ads about sourcing fish and emphasizing quality ingredients and the presence of chefs. [NRN]

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