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Attention Napa-Goers: Thomas Keller’s Temporary Winter Closings
Bouchon stays open while the rest take breathers.
Michael Chiarello Working on a Molecular Gastronomy-ish Concept for Napa
Wait, really? The chef says really!
Aquatic Organisms Spared in York County Milk Spill; Deadly Risk of Peanut
Plus Baltimore hires a food czar, and Lebron James will get free beer if he stays in Cleveland, all in our morning news roundup.
Robuchon Wants to Put Molecular Gastronomy In Its Place; Pedro Guerrero Improves
A famous French chef makes his priorities clear, while a famous former Dodger swears he’s off the “junk.”
Paula Deen Mulls
Role; Fatburger Coming to Beijing
A television cook could be a television judge and California’s number-two burger chain goes East.
The London Brings HdV Wines to a Dinner Party
A winery forged by the marriage of two legends brings their winemaker to town.
Yao Ming Speaks Against Shark Fin Soup; 55,000 Cases of Coppola Wine Ruined
An NBA star protests a popular food back home and a famous director’s wine company is suing a bottle maker in Napa.
Sous Vide Is Made Simple; Sushi Robots Rise
A Tokyo company releases new sushi-making robots and a sous vide machine is produced for the home kitchen.
Copia For Sale in Napa
Bankrupt wine and food education center might become hotel, shops, or a new wine and food education center.
Tyler Florence Plans Marin Restaurant; Pulls Plug on Bar Florence
Tyler Florence says he intends to focus more on his Bay Area restaurants and stores than on his television career.
Fancy Napa Street Food; First Date No-Nos
Morimoto’s New Place to Be ‘Organic to the Napa Market’
A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?
Where to eat tacos in the Hamptons, a new casual restaurant at the U.S. Open, and more, in our morning news roundup.