New Jersey Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Nudie Bar Ban; Frank Bruni Weighs in on Paula Deen

• The Greater Philadelphia Chinese Restaurant Association will begin holding crime prevention seminars as a response to the tragic shooting death of the owner of Jin House in Tacony on Friday. [Inquirer]

• In a 5-1 decision New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that towns can restrict nudie bars and other sexually-oriented businesses. [NBC Philadelphia]

• Frank Bruni nibbles on the Paula Deen debate by arguing that thin food writers eat the tiniest of portions and looking at Smart Chefs Stay Slim, a new book about chefs and the scale. [NYT]

• The eating habits of the Brits are being described at “lazy” and “ugly,” a stereotype that may or may not be exaggerated, considering a report that more than half their meals out are burgers or kebabs. [Guardian UK]

• Butchering is the new black; not only are vegans choosing careers around the cleaver, but eaters are interested in every bit of information they can obtain about the meat they consume. Which probably makes them severely annoying jerks, but is generally a good thing. [NPR]

• Ryan Reynolds and Blake Lively are on an eating escapade in Nola, lapping up beignets at Café du Monde and ice cream at Creole Creamery, proving that New Orleans can turn even a Gossip Girl into a hungry girl. [People]

New Jersey Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Nudie Bar Ban; Frank Bruni Weighs in