Tom Colicchio Slaps Wisconsin Bar With Trademark Infringement; Gordon Ramsay Sues His Former Montreal Partners

• Tom Colicchio, to protect his chain of Craft restaurants, sued a small Wisconsin craft beer bar called Craft Table & Tap for trademark infringement. They will now be called Craftsman Table & Tap. Not that anyone thought Colicchio had expanded to Wisconsin, but whatever. [Eater National]

• California-based Diamond Foods, the walnut processor that also makes Emerald Nuts, is now seeking a minority investor in its aforementioned struggle to get on its feet following an accounting scandal. [WSJ, Biz Times]

• Today in pink slime: Grocery stores Safeway, SUPERVALU, and Food Lion have all agreed to stop selling the recent scourge of the meat industry. [ABC News]

• Payback: Gordon Ramsay is suing Laurier BBQ, F.K.A. Laurier Gordon Ramsay, claiming he was unfairly ousted from a partnership after just six months. [LF Press]

• There's hardly a beverage market Starbucks isn't getting into these days: first juice, now energy drinks. What's next — "Tap water: brought to you by Starbucks"? [USAT]

• A study found that sleeping even an hour or so less than usual can cause people to eat 549 extra calories the following day. [NYDN]

• Everyone in the fast-food industry is really obsessed with that "daypart" known as breakfast, and plotting ways to profit from the fact that few people sit down to a square morning meal anymore. [NRN]

• McDonald's CEO Jim Skinner will step down in July, after seven years. It's unclear whether this has anything to do with Pink-Slime-Gate. [Reuters via HuffPo]