Noodle Mogul Jeffrey Yarbrough, founder of Liberty Noodles, Art Bar, Blind Lemon, Club Clearview, and Red, is looking to assemble a new concept at Cedar Springs near Throckmorton. This one, which Yarbrough says will have Asian tones, could be a fast casual concept, though he admits he's still sketching it out. Does it have a name? "No, not until I get the concept finished," Yarbrough insists. "And I still don't have partners yet. And the bank hasn't signed off on it yet." Wonder how he feels about the name Bosque Café...Maybe it's a bold move. Or maybe it's a cynical ploy to turn pommes frites into a Sabbath victual. But Jeroboam is now open for dinner on Sunday, which means people will start migrating downtown Sunday evenings to sip more than just Night Train...Sometimes sipping wine can drive you to craft amusingly terse headlines. To announce the election of Camille McBee of La Buena Vida Vineyards as the first ever female president of the Texas Wine and Grape Growers Association, the group came up with this press release headline: "Woman--First Ever to Lead Texas Wineries and Grape Growers to the Next Level." ...Meals.com, an "online meal planning and recipe resource," recently released results of a national survey of 1,000 women on the top 10 items found in their refrigerators. Results include milk, butter, eggs, cheese, lettuce, and poultry. Items you won't find in the survey include Bud, salami, Cheez Whiz, leftover Dinty Moore stew, pizza boxes, and batteries. No wonder the genders are on different frequencies.