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Booze Tax Could Rise; Yelp Is Sued

Plus: 'Iron Chef' hits Europe, and New Yorkers want grocery-store wine, all in our morning news roundup.

By Leila Cohan-Miccio

Red Tide Possible; Yelp Gets Sued

Plus: Iron Chef hits Europe, and craft brewers step up tours, all in our morning news roundup.

By Leila Cohan-Miccio

Nigella’s XXX-Mas

As if Rachael Ray's corn porn weren't traumatizing enough...

By Daniel Maurer

Details Bubble Up About New York Wine & Food Festival

Not everyone is behind the New York version of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, occurring October 9–12 (you’ll recall local restaurateurs had mixed reactions), but Eater brings news of events that may get more people behind it.

Fake Butter Harming Chefs?; Crave Ceviche Bar Closed by Crane Accident

A federal investigation is under way in New York’s kitchens to measure the hazards cooks face when handling an ingredient in artificial butter that is known to cause tissue damage. [Seattle Post Intelligencer] Frank Bruni thinks Thomas Keller should just stick to what he knows and avoid this casual-dining nonsense he puts on at Ad Hoc. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Sexy British TV chef Nigella Lawson has reportedly put on some weight, with one catty source saying, “The result is a butt like a Budweiser horse.” [NYP]

Crikey! Are We Getting Madonna Back?

Madonna and Guy Richie may or may not be breaking up because Madonna "lost respect" for Richie when she found out he embellished his working-class roots. The upside: She may be moving to NYC! Matt Lauer has foolishly agreed to be roasted by the Friar's Club. Donatella Versace is appearing at Barneys today to tout her menswear line. Foxy Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin and Representative Anthony Weiner totally acted like a couple during David Paterson's swearing-in ceremony in Albany yesterday. Mary-Louise Parker is bad at giving directions to people in the West Village, even though she lives there. Cindy Adams thinks both Andrew Cuomo and Michael Bloomberg will make runs for governor.