Every day here at Currently Playing HQ, I'll be compiling a list of articles, videos and other odds and ends from the far reaches of the Internet that I find particularly fun, interesting or otherwise cool.
Think of it this way: I'm combing the Internet so you don't have to. And there's a bunch of stuff out there that you simply don't want to see. Trust me.
Enjoy today's list.
• TV FOR FOODIES ALERT! David Chang's new show, Mind of a Chef airs tonight at 9 p.m. on PBS. If it is half as good as this clip of Chang, comedian Aziz Ansari and Montreal chefs David McMillan and Frederic Morin eating fried bologna sandwiches, we're all in for something special.
• The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's John Kessler has a great piece on the renaissance of Southern cheese as small creameries spring up all over Georgia and Tennessee.
• California's Proposition 37, which would have required genetically-modified food to be labeled, was soundly defeated Tuesday night. What does it mean for the ongoing effort to reform American food, asks Mother Jones' Tom Philpott.
• Eater got a sneak peek at the upcoming Blackberry Farms cookbook, The Foothills Cuisine of Blackberry Farms. To the surprise of no one, it's totally gorgeous.
• Miss being infuriated by AMC's utterly useless crime dramaThe Killing? Well fear not, Deadline is reporting that AMC and Netflix are in talks to resurrect the show.
• The Charleston City Paper says actor/comedian Robin Williams will be appear in Charleston in late January as part of a 65-city tour. Assume I made some joke about Robin Williams being hairy and that it totally killed.