A collection of food-related stories from across the web.

• Estimating the real value of fictional restaurants, Bizdaq says Los Pollos Hermanos (Breaking Bad) would be worth over $10 million; the Drunken Clam (Family Guy) some $151,500; and Moe’s Tavern (The Simpsons) … [Bizdaq]

• Denver’s Troy Guard — owner of TAG, TAG Burger Bar and Bubu — plans to open five more restaurants in the next year. [Denver Eater]

Peet’s Coffee & Tea is on an acquisition spree, buying Stumptown Coffee Roasters a few weeks ago and now acquiring a majority stake in famed roaster Intelligentsia Coffee. Peet’s in turn is owned by JAB Holding Co., which also owns Caribou Coffee and Einstein Noah Restaurant Group. [Nation’s Restaurant News]

• How to make Krispy Kreme doughnuts at home, “and it’s pretty easy too.” [Chef Steps]

• Lauren Ball, a 21-year-old waitress at a Kingsport, Tenn. Waffle House, recently received a $600 tip on a $24 bill. [WJHL]

• Rapper Trick Daddy recently launched a Kickstarter for a new line of seasonings. “With the help of JADA spices, my seasonings will represent me and my city, the 305, with a dirty south flavor in every bite,” reads the campaign, which so far has raised $1,321 of $30,000. “I want you to taste the spices of Miami.” [Kickstarter]

• Canadian restaurant chain Bier Markt reversed a recent policy that had female servers in skimpy clothing and males in button-down shirts after pushback from employees. “One of the girls I work with mentioned you could see her underwear and the suggestion by my general manager was that she wear a thong if she didn’t want her underwear to show, which is totally inappropriate.” [CBC]

• After 256 years, Guinness is now vegan friendly, ditching a fish-bladder isinglass filtration process. [Independent]

• Denver-based Chipotle temporarily closed 43 stores in Washington and Oregon after an outbreak of E. coli-related illnesses. At least 22 people were sickened. It’s the third incident in recent months, with an outbreak of salmonella Newport infection in Chipotles in Minnesota, and norovirus in a Chipotle in Simi Valley, Calif.  [Nation’s Restaurant News]

• An angry Burger King customer in Des Moines left the drive-thru and entered the restaurant to throw a bag of 10-piece nuggets at the manager. [Des Moines Register]