Omnivore - Thursday links: News about Eno, Anthony Bourdain's new book, and more

Things we're reading about things you're eating.

We reported on May 10 that Eno by Zaza had closed. Tomorrow's News Today has an update about plans for the space, which will apparently be re-opened at 5th Street Cafe.

The Yumbii food truck, with a Korean/Mexican/Southern menu from Chef Tomas Lee of Hankook Taqueria, began traveling last Friday and will tweet its location.

Tony Bourdain's new book, Medium Raw, comes out on June 8. Grub Street gives us a sneak peek.

Bourdain also helps hype "haute stoner cuisine" in yesterday's New York Times, citing David Chang's restaurants, and cereal-milk-flavored soft serve ice cream, as examples. Over at Slate though, Jack Shafer calls the pot story the Bogus Trend Story of the Week.

The Blissful Glutton is reporting that Enrico Liberato is no longer at Antico.

The former host of the Food Network's "Calorie Commando" was arrested for allegedly solicitating homeless men for a murder-for-hire plot.

Slashfood.com reports that KFC has sold 10 million of its now-infamous Double Down sandwich and plans to extend its run past its initial May 23 end date. The rest of the blogosphere responds with dismay.

And to make you smile: Eater.com posts Jimmy Fallon's delightful ode to freezer-favorite Hot Pockets.