What We’re Reading

Vice: One tub of “I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter” and chocolate chip cookies; Wonder bread and Dom Pérignon. What do these delicacies have in common? They are what famous rockers want to eat backstage. (You can play match the meal to the rock star.) — Melissa Clark
The New York Times: In France, economic austerity has struck the presidential wine cellar, which will sell off 1,200 of its most expensive bottles and replace them with more modest wines. — Eric Asimov
The New York Post: Say goodbye to meatloaf and chicken fingers: a public school in Queens goes all vegetarian. — Maria Newman
Bon Appétit: Consider yourself warned. This is a video montage of barbecue being served in Texas. It’s going to make you hungry. — Jeff Gordinier
The Wall Street Journal: How your daily hummus habit trickles down to tobacco farmers in Virginia. — Julia Moskin