Peaches Owners Open a New Café in Bed-Stuy; Mashed-Potato Slurpees in Singapore

• This week, Saxelby Cheesemongers will be selling cagliatela (mozzarella curd) from Caputo Brothers Creamery. And thanks to said Brothers' informational videos, you can take that curd and make your own mozzarella! (You know, if you're into that sorta thing.) [Grub Street]

• In case you're planning a trip to Singapore, you're probably gonna want to put a trip to 7-Eleven on that to-do list. Mostly because they now have mashed-potato slurpees. [HuffPo]

• Beyond the food and drink, fans of Untitled have one more reason to dine there this summer. In conjunction with the Whitney's new exhibit, Yayoi Kasuma's massive red polka dot balloons will be suspended throughout the dining room. The restaurant is also offering picnic kits presented in tote bags you get to keep. [Grub Street]

• Beginning July 30 at 8:30, Salon de Ning will kick off its outdoor French film series with a screening of Amelie. A special menu includes nachos, popcorn, hot dogs, and ... caviar. [Grub Street]

Tocqueville and 15 East named master sommelier Roger Dagorn as beverage director. [Grub Street]

• This Sunday, Louis 649 is hosting a vertical tasting of all the Pappy Van Winkle bourbon produced over the last twenty years, with southern eats provided by neighboring Bobwhite Lunch & Supper Counter. [Grub Street]

• Brought to you by the owners of Peaches, Bed-Stuy's recently opened the Pantry (located on Decatur and Lewis) is the newest café in town. [Eater via Brownstoner]

• If you're flying Delta, we'd probably recommend passing on the food. Four in-flight diners were turned off from flying Delta forever apparently surprised after biting into their turkey sandwiches to discover sewing needles. Gate Gourmet spokeswoman Christina Ulosevich told CNN, "This is a terribly upsetting situation." Yeah, no kidding. [CNN]

• Red Hook's Fairway Café is offering a new summer menu and an awesome way to spend your weekends: serving up BBQ chicken, burgers, corn on the cob, and lamb sausage, as well as lobster rolls, blueberry-peach pie, and fresh-squeezed lemonade. All with an incredible view of the Statue of Liberty from the patio. [Grub Street]