Bits and Pieces: Papa John’s, Restaurant Week and other Louisville food news from the web, 2.13.15

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  • This week’s latest beef: Iggy Azalea v. Papa John’s. In short, a Papa John’s driver got a little too excited to deliver a pizza to Iggy and shared her number. Then Iggs took to social media to complain, and now the driver has been reprimanded. Don’t mess with Australia, John. (The Hollywood Reporter)
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  • There’s a new Mellow Mushroom in the Highlands (1023 Bardstown Road), and the pizza chain has really done a great job of incorporating their business into the community (just check out that Col. Sanders art piece in the slideshow). Hmmm, maybe Walmart could learn a thing or three. (Business First of Louisville)
  • The folks who brought us Eggs Over Frankfort will open Eggs Over Baxter this spring at Baxter Centre, 962 Baxter Ave. I featured Eggs Over Frankfort in my upcoming book (PLUG!), so I’m pretty excited about this addition. (Insider Louisville)

Bits and pieces: Papa John’s, Dish on Market and other Louisville food news from the web, 9.24.12

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  • Louisville Craft Beer Week, a celebration of Louisville’s beer scene, is going on right now. (Consuming Louisville)

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Know of other food news in Louisville and the surrounding area? Leave a comment or send me an email at ashleelclark@gmail.com.

Bits and pieces: Chocolate milk, Chef Boyardee and other food news from the web, 5.16.11

  • Chef Boyardee of the canned Italian food brand was a real guy, and one of his relatives has written an Italian cookbook. (Time)
  • There’s a war going on in our schools. Public enemy number one – chocolate milk. (Huffington Post)
  • Want to help Japanese disaster relief efforts? Drink some sake (not that I really needed a reason). (The Kitchn)
  • A Wisconsin man is about to eat his 25,000th Big Mac. That wasn’t a typo. (Fond du Lac Reporter)