Sparkling Rosés on the Rise; London Takes Pop-Up Restaurants to New Level
Beer archaeologist Patrick McGovern is working with Dogfish's Sam Calagione to investigate brewing methods that go as far back as 18,000 years ago. [io9]
Sparkling rosés might not be the most complex or sophisticated wines, but they are great for summer picnics, which would explain their growing popularity. [LA Times]
The humble pop-up restaurant will reach new heights when the Lancaster House, which doubled as Buckingham Palace in The King's Speech, is used by Jamie Oliver protégé Jamie Grainger-Smith to temporarily serve organic, local British cuisine. [The Guardian]
A campaign, started mostly by angry freegans, has started to convince Trader Joe's to stop wasting so much food. [Treehugger]
H&H owed $347,813 in back rent to its Upper West Side landlord before closing. [WSJ]
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