Gulf Fisheries Start to Reopen; New Yojie Plans Expansion

• Gulf fisheries are beginning to reopen, but the task of convincing consumers their products are safe to eat is an arduous one. [USA Today]

• Quiznos’ Tuna Melt combo tops a Men’s Health list of the most unhealthy value meals, beating even the Triple Baconator from Wendy’s. [NYP]

Gourmet is not relaunching as a quarterly — at least not one helmed by Colman Andrews. [Twitter via Eater]

• Downtown’s new Yojie, like many restaurant concepts launching in today’s weak economy, plans to be a franchise. [L.A. Times]

• California’s Valley Meat Company just recalled one million pounds of ground beef. [NPR]

• Farmers who have long resisted the expensive organic certification process are beginning to come around because of the benefits of the label. [NYT]

• Los Angeles County District Attorney Steve Cooley is in the spotlight for taking gifts that include a $200 dining certificate at Spago, as well as tequila and wine. [S.F. Gate]

• This weekend saw a screening of Jackie Brown at LAX’s Proud Bird restaurant, part of a series showing films at locations that appear in the movie. [Inside Movies]

• “Chef Poppy” teaches healthy cooking classes to kids at North Valley’s YMCA. [Mom Logic]

• Kate Moss makes her own jam. [Sun]

• Opinions are sharply divided over whether vegetarian couples should have to serve meat at their weddings. [NYT]

Gulf Fisheries Start to Reopen; New Yojie Plans Expansion