Lady Gaga's Meat Dress Hits Hall of Fame; Fedrran Adria to Create Snacks for Pepsi

Lady Gaga's meat dress has landed in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland after an involved taxidermy process to preserve it. Oh, no one ever ate that thing? [HuffPo]

Pepsi is trying so hard to be cool that it's signed on Ferran Adri, who'll create no-doubt-kooky "new snackable foods, breakfast options, and convenience alternatives." [Eater]

After some kids selling lemonade outside the U.S. Open in Maryland didn't heed warnings to shut down their stand, officials fined their parents $500 for operating without a vendor's license. [WUSA9]

Here's a look at the ten lamest things you can order in a restaurant. [Zagat Buzz]

Don't be surprised when you go to a wedding and see it catered by a food truck, as that's a popular new way to provide dinner for wedding guests. [Bites on Today]

Lawmakers seeking to reduce farm subsidies were foiled when the House voted 217-203 to keep things as they are. [BusinessWeek]

In case worldwide food shortages get too terrible, don't worry, scientists have come up with a burger made from human poo. Though we hear it tastes like crap. [Gizmodo]

Great news! Krispy Kreme plans to bring its delicious doughnuts to 65 new stores and roll out a signature coffee. Take that, Dunkin'! [NRN]