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St. Honore's Grand Budapest Pastry; Papa Murphy's IPO

VARIOUS LOCATIONS— French bakery St. Honore celebrates the release of Wes Anderson's new movie The Grand Budapest Hotel by re-creating a plot-important pastry, the creme-mousseline-filled religieuse. According to a press release, the religieuse is decorated the match the one dreamed up by Anderson, and the treat is available at all St. Honore locations now through the end of April. More information here. [EaterWire]

VANCOUVER— Vancouver, Wash.-based pizza chain Papa Murphy's will soon go public: The Portland Business Journal looks into the company's recent IPO filing, valued at $70 million. The company, which currently has 1,400 locations of take-and-bake pizzerias, plans to trade on NASDAQ under the symbol FRSH. [PBJ]

FOOD TV— Season three of Anthony Bourdain's CNN show Parts Unknown has been announced, and looks like Bourdain will travel in Thailand with Pok Pok's Andy Ricker in an episode airing June 1. [-EN-]

Photo courtesy St. Honore

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