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Behold the Pig Slayer Van; José Andrés Potato Chips

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NEW ORLEANS— Let's take a quick moment to acknowledge the new van for Donald Link and Stephen Stryjewski's New Orleans spot Cochon Butcher. As the duo says on their Facebook page, the van "makes us really happy" and is "better than we ever imagined." It's also sparkly. [EaterWire]

WASHINGTON, DC— Chef José Andrés's line of prepackaged pantry items, José Andrés Foods (obviously), is now available at select Washington, DC-area Whole Foods stores (prevoiusly, fans could only get the products online). Eater DC has the complete list of retail locations clustered in and around Maryland, D.C., and Virginia. [Eater DC]

SAN FRANCISCO— The newish San Francisco Cooking School has launched a new part-time professional culinary program, designed for "job-holders who want to moonlight in cooking school." The 11-month program meets three times a week to help "prepare graduates for today's competitive food industry"; more information here. [EaterWire]

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