The Man Who Coined ‘Pink Slime’; Paris’s Hemingway Bar to Close

If you wince and lose your appetite every time you hear the term "pink slime," you can blame a government scientist named Gerald Zirnstein for coining the term. [Reuters]

Tristesse: The famed Hemingway Bar at the Ritz in Paris is closing. Here's a look at its history. [WSJ]

FYI: Store brands are now cool. Also, half the time shoppers don't even realize something is a store brand, as with Target's Archer Farms label. [USAT]

Rather than close in spring as planned, Le Caprice will stick around at the Pierre until at least the end of summer; you'll recall that Sirio Maccioni is readying Sirio for the space. [Crain's]

Foodie entrepreneurship is still going strong, and a number of business incubators and city programs exist to help people along. [NYDN]

The next mouths the fast-casual restaurant industry is intent on feeding? Kids, old people, and Hispanics. So expect lots of new dishes like prune enchiladas topped with smiley-face dribbles of sauce. Or something. [NRN]

The burgeoning home-brewed-beer movement is being hampered by pesky state laws. [USAT]