Sound Fix Won’t Close; Bacon Explosion Creators Get Book Deal

• Though the bar has lost its liquor license, Sound Fix’s owner vows to keep putting on shows in the space. [Brooklyn Paper]

• The creators of the Bacon Explosion have gotten a six-figure book deal for their forthcoming Barbecue Makes Everything Better. How’s that for jumping the shark? [Eat Me Daily]

• Times Square karaoke megavenue Spotlight Live has closed. [Zagat Buzz]

Top Chef’s Fabio is shilling Dr. Oetker frozen pizza. [Eat Me Daily]

• The Queens County Farm Museum is now a working farm: They’ve been raising more crops and animals and plan to expand. [NYT]

• Just because a food is organic doesn’t mean it’s always safe from contamination. [NYT]

• A Florida woman called 911 three times because her local McDonald’s ran out of chicken McNuggets. [TC Palm via Consumerist]

• Troubling news for Liege addicts: The Wafels & Dinges truck is on its last legs and must now remain parked in one spot all day. [Eater]

• It’s Hot Chocolate Month at City Bakery, and in that spirit, owner Maury Rubin would like you to know that he won’t be giving away his cocoa recipe until he’s dead. [Restaurant Girl]

• The food-heavy Brooklyn Flea will return soon, but this year, it will take place on Saturdays instead of Sundays. [Brooklyn Paper]

• Former First Ladies: They’re just like us! Laura Bush dined at Bar Stuzzichini with daughter Barbara last night. [Feedbag]

Sound Fix Won’t Close; Bacon Explosion Creators Get Book Deal