“The shaming of the brothers, for their beards, their claims, and the quality of their chocolate, had the hallmarks of a fundamentalist purge, an expulsion of the impure from the ranks of the orthodox.” The New Yorker’s Dana Goodyear looks back at the artisanal re-melted chocolate scandal and how it will impact the the way forward for hipster food. Maybe it’s time for the perpetuators of this movement to take their mustache wax, top hats, and pocket-watches and just go home and have a bag of Doritos.