ICYMI: José Andrés is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize

Food news, plus grab a slice of Killa Cakes in Alexandria.

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José Andrés is nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize. [Washington Post]

Pendleton Carryout Co. adds Killa Cakes, with slices ($7) like Snack Attack, a potato chip cake with dulce de leche buttercream and chocolate stout sauce, and a burger to its incubator line up. [Pendleton Carryout Co.]

Los Tios will open in Crystal City—plus more on the artistic visions for the forthcoming home of Amazon. [Washington Business Journal]

Cookbook sales are up 25 percent this year. [Marketplace]

Four Sisters Asian Snack Bar is now open in Ashburn. [The Burn]

A writer thought he shut down America’s best burger restaurant because of its sudden fame. Actually, the personal problems (domestic violence, drinking) of the restaurant owner started long before. [Thrillist, Willamette Week]

More from #listseason: the best new restaurants in America, including D.C.’s Del Mar and Edward Lee’s Mr. Lee’s at Succotash. [Esquire]

The downfall of Mike Isabella. [Washingtonian]

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