The Murder of a TGI Friday’s Manager in San Mateo Remains Unsolved; The Arby’s Chain Is for Sale

• On the three-year anniversary of an unsolved murder at a TGI Friday’s in San Mateo, police and the girlfriend of the victim are reaching out for new leads. [Tribune]

• After some backlash from neighbors about the bright yellowness of their new location in San Rafael, Pizza Orgasmica has been told to “soften” their color scheme. [Marin IJ]

• Who knew? Mr. Pollo in the Mission has a four-course tasting menu. [Bargain Bite/Chron]

• Wendy’s/Arby’s group is looking to possibly unload the latter fast-food property. But we thought roast beef was going to be the next big thing! [USAT]

• Michelin stars have lost prestige in Britain, possibly because the ratings system fails to give proper due to ethnic restaurants. Get with the times, Mich! [WSJ]

• Behold a sexy list of eight gout-aggravating foods, including scallops, asparagus, red meat, beer, and herring. [Health]

• One reason cash-only restaurants aren’t so bad: Food-service companies were by far the biggest victim of 2010 data breaches, representing 57 percent of hacking incidents. [NRN]

• Here’s an article about eating ortolans, the songbird that’s consumed bones and all and is prized by French gourmands. At least they’re probably free-range! [WSJ]

• Speaking of, break it down, F-Lam. Salon’s food blogger explains the differences between “natural,” “free-range,” and “organic” chicken. [Salon]

• Rising food prices might slow economic recovery, but eh, then again they might not. [Curious Capitalist/Time]

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