Korean Tacos Go National; Cake Boss Sued By Software Company

• With the recent openings of spots like Atlanta’s Hankook Taqueria and Indianapolis’ West Coast Tacos, Korean tacos aren’t just for Los Angeles anymore. [NYT]

• The makers of a software called CakeBoss, a business management program for bakeries, are suing the TLC show of the same name. [Feast]

• The 73-year-old Mordigan Nursery that neighbors The Grove will be razed to make room for a retail complex with restaurants, retail stores, and a pub. [L.A. Times]

• The Garden Cafe opened in Buckingham Palace yesterday, but its macarons and opera tarts are only available to those who’ve paid the palace’s $26 admission fee. [USA Today]

• Johnny Rockets at The Petersen Museum is selling hand-dipped shakes for one-dollar this Sunday. [PR Newswire]

• Cooking demos, food trucks, and more are being planned next week in an effort to revitalize Chinatown during a week of “Summer Nights” events. [L.A. Times]

• Forage’s new certification program has resulted in produce from more professional growers. [The Atlantic]

• It is now possible to buy entirely green supplies for your cookout, from additive-free charcoal to compostable bowls. [WSJ]

• Botanical gardens across the country are adding more food in an effort to lure in visitors. [NYT]

• A wave of new distilleries in Iowa are hoping to benefit from a new law allowing them to sell directly to visitors. [USA Today]

Korean Tacos Go National; Cake Boss Sued By Software Company