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Founding Farmers Team Continues Public Relations Campaign After Review, Plus More Intel

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Biting Back

Founding Farmers has continued to work its public relations campaign following the zero-star review it received earlier this month. After first responding on social media after the article, the restaurant posted a video and lengthy statement about "what it means to be farmer-owned" yesterday. Owner Dan Simon told the Washington Business Journal the statement wasn't a formal response to the review, but also said Tom Sietsema's piece had both "legitimate criticisms" and "unfair personal attacks." Sietsema responded that he doesn't know Simon personally and did his due diligence when filing the review. [Official/WBJ]

A Barbecue Week miracle

Didn't get the chance to try The BBQ Joint's salad special during Barbecue Week? Don't fret — the dish was so well-received, they plan to add it to the menu permanently, according to a rep.

Summer in sandwiches

Taylor Gourmet's new summer menu came out yesterday. Look out for new sandwiches like a Souther'n Chicken Cheesesteak (topped with avocado, ranch and more).

Chang in the Kitchen

Here's Momofuku's David Chang putting hisSsäm Sauce in action. Eater.com picked up a video the chef did for Whole Foods. [E]

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