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Bittman and Meyer to Teach at Berkeley; Michelin-Starred Tom Sellers Opens Pub

Plus, David Chang teases: Spicy chicken sandwiches are coming to Momo.

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BERKELEY— The University of California's Berkeley Food Institute has announced its visiting educators for next spring, attracting several large names in the culinary world: New York Times columnist Mark Bittman will co-teach the "Edible Education 101: The Rise and Future of the Food Movement" course (which will be live-streamed next semester for the first time). Meanwhile, Noma co-founder Claus Meyer will join Berkeley's Haas School of Business as a Berkeley Social Impact Fellow. According to ISSF, Meyer's course will focus on his Melting Pot Foundation. [EaterWire]

UNITED KINGDOM— British chef Tom Sellers, whose London spot Restaurant Story holds one Michelin star, has expanded his empire with the debut of a pub called the Lickford Inn in West Sussex. The Morning Advertiser reports the Lickford features a ground-floor pub and 36-seat upstairs dining room. [MA]

NEW YORK CITY— Everybody panic: Pork bun patron saint David Chang Tweeted today that a spicy chicken sandwich will soon be available somewhere within his Momofuku empire. [ENY]

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