EATER IDK — It’s possible that Domino’s Pizza might do what the City of New Orleans won’t: pave the potholes. [GAMBIT]
EVENTWIRE — The Big Top Cake Competition and Bakery Carnival returns to the Southern Food and Beverage Museum on Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Cake decorating, samples, and cake discussions abound. The event is free with admission. [ADVOCATE]
FOOD HISTORY LESSONS — Roman Candy, the horse-drawn taffy cart that started 103 years ago, grew out of a tragic streetcar accident. Sam Cortese, twelve at the time, lost both his legs in the accident and used a goat cart to get around. He became a street vendor and started selling fruits from the cart, eventually giving way to Roman Candy. [NOLA.COM]
LISTCICLES — World Cup games will air in the mornings here and some bars and restaurants are adjusting their schedules to show the games. Here’s are six spots showing the games. [NOLA.COM]
PO-BOYS — Ella Brennan and Anthony Bourdain are currently honored at Cafe Reconcile with one bacon, blue cheese, and shrimp po-boy. Both culinarians supported Cafe Reconcile. [UPTOWN MESSENGER]
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