Hip Food at Pitchfork; Snooty Foodies Go Lowbrow

• The food at PItchfork was as good as the music this weekend, with beer-fed-pork tacos from Goose Island Brew Pub, among other things. [WindyCitizen]

• Highbrow foodies are much more interested in low-end foods than before and the economy is the likely culprit. [NYT]

• A New York man who quit his job to figure out KFC’s secret recipe says he’s discovered it and will publish the results in a book. [NYP]

• The Iowa State Fair has discarded its plans to display a statue of Michael Jackson made out of butter after the announcement was greeted with controversy. [NYT]

• States and federal government are making food stamps easier to use at farmers’ markets. [NYT]

• Faced with federal legislation that would require all chains with twenty or more locations nationwide to list calorie counts on their menus, big chains are arguing the rules should apply to a broader segment of the restaurant industry. [WSJ]

• An Oscar Mayer Weinermobile crashed into a home near Milwaukee. [NYP]

• Tom Colicchio and his wife are expecting a second child. [People]

Hip Food at Pitchfork; Snooty Foodies Go Lowbrow