Dine-and-Dasher Gets Jail Time; Canada Gets Its Own Top Chef

• Dwayne Kerry Morgan, the 43-year-old Oakland man who was busted for dining and dashing in Marin, got sentenced to 75 days. [Oakland Tribune]

• SF’s new anti-smoking rules, which include restaurant patios, took effect over the weekend. [NBC Bay Area]

Kara’s Cupcakes actually offers full-size cakes. [Bunrab]

• Ground breaks on the first section of the Napa Valley Vine Trail, a hiking/biking path that will run parallel to Highway 29 from Vallejo to Calistoga. [Wine Enthusiast]

• Canada will get its own version of Top Chef next spring. [Calgary Herald via Eater]

• Sixteen food companies, including Heinz, Starbucks, and Subway have voluntarily agreed to cut salt in their products nationwide as part of New York City mayor Bloomberg’s push to trim Americans’ salt consumption. [WSJ]

• Early research findings suggest that the Double Down may be weakening KFC’s brand perception among consumers. [NRN]

• French colleges may soon add wine education classes. [Time]

• Salt comes from surprising sources — three Oreos, for example, account for eleven percent of the Recommended Daily Allowance. [NYT]

• The creator of YouTube’s Annoying Orange is seeking a television deal. [WSJ]

Dine-and-Dasher Gets Jail Time; Canada Gets Its Own Top Chef