Jay-Z Loses Restaurant Lawsuit; Jersey Shore’s Snooki Gobbles Donuts

• Wilmington’s George De La Torre Jr., the deceased founder of Juanita’s Foods, was honored by having an LAUSD campus named after him. [L.A. Now]

• Dueling pastrami delis Langer’s and Canter’s share several staff members. [L.A. Times]

• Cars are again cruising Van Nuys Blvd., a tradition that used to end with a trip to Bob’s Big Boy, but Four and 20 Pies is feeling a positive impact. [L.A. Times]

• About a dozen former Gourmet staffers have been tapped to create content for AOL’s upcoming food site. [NYP]

• Increased security at airports will likely make it more difficult to sneak exotic foods past Customs. [WSJ]

• Kosher food is more popular than ever with non-Jews, many of whom believe it to be healthier than its non-kosher equivalent. [NYT]

• GoodBite takes a look at international foods certain to disturb someone. [GoodBite]

• Todd English was “spotted frolicking” with an Asian woman in St. Barts over the weekend. [NYP]

• This year’s harvest of Maine shrimp is so plentiful that the season has been extended to May 1. [NYT]

Jersey Shore’s Snooki took a Dunkin’ Donuts break in the middle of hosting a club night in Florida. [NYP]

• A British celebrity chef can continue to call his restaurant Rockafella after winning a lawsuit brought by Jay-Z. [Jarrow and Hebburn Gazette]

• 2009’s corn crop was a record 13.51 billion bushels. [NYT]

Jay-Z Loses Restaurant Lawsuit; Jersey Shore’s Snooki Gobbles Donuts