Good morning, and happy hump day! Here’s what you need to know before you start your day:
- San Antonio Business Journal: Spurs player Tony Parker is set to open a food truck in San Antonio on March 18. It’s a partnership between him and his personal chef, Cliff Chetwood. The truck will be called Crème de la Crème, and as its name suggests, don’t expect street food. The menu will feature traditional french fare including steak frites.
- Eater: The Chipotle emotional roller coaster is becoming more than we can handle. Last week, the Mexican food chain was reportedly headed in the right direction, but yesterday a Massachusetts store was shut down when four of its employees got sick, possibly with norovirus. According to Chipotle, the restaurant shut down voluntarily and no customers became ill, but it’s a PR disaster and the stock plummeted when news broke.
- Grub Street: Pizza/pasta enthusiasts, aka people who are enjoyable to hang out with, beware. In a study that never should have taken place, carbohydrates have been linked to lung cancer.
- First We Feast: ICYMI, Netflix has renewed its popular series Chef’s Table for seasons 2, 3, and 4. Season 2’s profiled chefs includes Grant Achatz from Alinea, and in season 4 we’ll get to see Ivan Orkin from Ivan Ramen.
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