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Soon You Can Blow Your Money on Supreme-Branded Chopsticks  

And you can pour your sake from a Supreme-branded carafe New York-based skate/fashion/lifestyle/logo brand Supreme is about to unleash its fall-winter 2017 collection, and as usual, it includes plenty of miscellaneous items no one needs. Like Donald Trump, Supreme loves slapping its name on random shit. Unlike Trump, all the cool youths want a piece. Supreme What's in the newest Supreme collection that will likely have the trend-chasers salivating? ...

2017-08-18 16:04:26
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Chef Gary Is the Best Part of 'Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later'  

He started in the mess hall, but now he's a big deal chef For fans of the original Wet Hot American Summer, one of the most satisfying parts of the new star-studded Netflix sequel is seeing that lowly line cook Gary (played by A.D. Miles) has blossomed into a hot shot Manhattan chef. His days of working under jittery, fridge-humping weirdo Gene are over, and now Gary is doing things like adding bits of parsley to finished plates of haute cuisine and telling waiters that "pres...

2017-08-18 15:54:46
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Starbucks-Loving NFL Player Stefon Diggs Gets Custom Coffee Cleats  

He can kick a field goal then wait in line for Frappucinos Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is apparently a major fan of omnipresent, trend-swallowing coffee chain Starbucks. And tonight, Diggs will take his fandom to the next level by wearing a pair of custom cleats to a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks. @Starbucks inspired cleats for my man @stefondiggs for the preseason game in Seattle Friday night. #starbucks #skol #vikings pic.twitter.com/GOZIlx6

2017-08-18 12:58:02
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Shake Shack Will Hit Shanghai in 2019  

It will be the chain's first mainland China location Shake Shack is headed to Shanghai: The beloved Danny Meyer-founded burger chain revealed this morning it will open its first mainland China location by 2019. The announcement comes fresh on the heels of last month's news that Shack will open in Hong Kong in 2018. Before long, crinkle fries and concretes will be scattered across Asia: After expanding into Tokyo in 2015, where it now has two stores and plans for 10 more by 2...

2017-08-18 12:02:01
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Minimum Wage Surcharge at Billionaire-Owned Restaurant Outrages Diners  

The Oceanaire's 3 percent fee struck a nerve As minimum wages rise across numerous areas of the country, one restaurant chain decided to be vocal about passing increased labor costs onto its customers. The Oceanaire, a high-end seafood restaurant with a dozen locations across the U.S., recently tacked on a 3 percent "minimum wage surcharge" to its customers' tabs, the Washington Post reports. A customer at the restaurant's D.C. location recently noticed the charge on h...

2017-08-18 11:32:01
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Steakhouse Mocks Up $26K Fake Check For NFL Rookies  

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers wanted to prank their new teammates It's a tradition that NFL players will rack up hefty restaurant bills and force new players to pick up the tab. But, one team has used this hazing history to stage a much kinder prank. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers' offensive linemen had steakhouse chain Ruth's Chris Steak House mock up a fake restaurant bill to present to rookies Korren Kirven and Cole Gardner at the end of a meal, according to Bleacher Report. The ...

2017-08-18 10:47:02
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The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Hong Kong  

Where to find Thai noodles and Sichuan peppercorn pizza in Asia's bustling metropolis Today, Eater returns to Hong Kong to check in on 15 newish restaurants that have been garnering some serious buzz. As with the Hong Kong 38, we've tapped local food writer Janice Leung Hayes to offer her picks for the hottest openings of the past 12 months. Among her selections are restaurants offering tongue-in-cheek nods to their Chinese heritage (Happy Paradise, Dragon Noodles Academy) and...

2017-08-18 10:17:01
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Baristas Brace for the Too-Early Pumpkin Spice Latte Season  

Plus, a petition against In-N-Out and other food news to know It's still summer, but the pumpkin spice latte is already preparing for its comeback. Starbucks hasn't announced an official release date yet, but expect to see it back in stores as early September (and according to some Starbucks employees, this cultish fall beverage may be already in stores). Baristas have acted appropriately, starting a "support group" on Reddit to vent their fears and frustrations. ITS...

2017-08-18 09:55:10
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Tina Fey Recommends 'Sheet-Caking' to Deal With Trump's America  

"Don't yell it at the Klan... Yell it into the cake." University of Virginia alum Tina Fey stopped by Weekend Update: Summer Edition last night to talk about the violence in Charlottesville and the planned protests around the country this weekend. Like many Americans, she's mad as hell at the white supremacists and President Donald Trump, but Fey thinks the best way to deal with them is not to show up to their rallies. The comedian explains: "I would urge people this...

2017-08-18 09:28:01
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The Forgotten History of Black Chefs  

An excerpt from The Cooking Gene APPRENTICES WANTED. One or two colored or black Girls will be taken as Apprentices, for a certain term of years, to the PASTRY BUSINESS, by a free colored woman, who is a complete PastryCook. Proper care will be taken of those placed with her. Apply at the fruit store, No. 81 East Bay. —CHARLESTON COURIER (DECEMBER 2, 1830) Therese Nelson, a dear friend and chef, and I are talking in her Harlem apartment. It's crowded with cookbooks stacked t...

2017-08-17 17:09:13
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'New York Times' Amends Boba Tea Story After Reader Outcry  



2017-08-17 15:31:02
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Watch: How This Cuban Bakery Became a Los Angeles Legend  

'Cult Following' goes to Porto's for its iconic potato balls and tres leches One of the biggest and busiest restaurants in the Los Angeles area is a Cuban bakery called Porto's. No matter what time of the week, each location of the mini-chain overflows with people looking for affordable sandwiches, potato balls, and cheese rolls. In this episode of Cult Following, host Serena Dai visits a massive new location in Buena Park, where thousands of people waited for hours to gr...

2017-08-17 15:01:01
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Watch: How to Make the Perfect Egg Yolk Burger  

'You Can Do This' host Clifford Endo finds a solution to nestling a yolk inside a patty For the people who like eggs on their burger, there's a problem: As soon as the yolk breaks, it runs all over the plate and — thanks to the existence of the whites — the yolk never hits the meat. There's also a secondary issue of putting eggs inside of meat, as in a scotch egg: in order to cook the egg, one has to overcook the meat (a perfect runny egg yolk temperature sits roughly...

2017-08-17 14:36:02
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Montreal's NHL Team Announces It'll Open Canada's Largest Restaurant  



2017-08-17 14:32:01
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Say Hello to Martina, Danny Meyer's Latest Fast-Casual Experiment  

It opened last night in New York City Danny Meyer's latest restaurant, a pizza spot called Martina, looks like it wants to be the next Shake Shack. The Neapolitan-style pizza restaurant, which debuted for friends and family in New York City last night, represents a much more casual spinoff of Marta, Meyer's first — and until now, only — dedicated pizzeria. Martina is decidedly fast-casual (although, as Eater NY reports, chef Nick Anderer much prefers the term "fine-ca...

2017-08-17 13:32:01
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The White Lies of Craft Culture  

How the world of small batch, single origin, and totally artisanal erases the people of color who made it possible Last fall, the chef Sean Brock and brewmaster Ryan Coker of Revelry Brewing unveiled a collaboration called Amber Waves, a malt liquor made with locally sourced ingredients and grains reflective "of the 19th-century South." The "historically accurate heritage grain" malt liquor, whose name derives from the lyric in "America the Beautiful," comes in a bot...

2017-08-17 13:01:01
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DC Hitmaker Erik Bruner-Yang Isn't Afraid to Try Something Different  

The chef changes course at his upcoming restaurant Spoken English No restaurant owner wants their opening pushed back due to construction issues. But for DC chef Erik Bruner-Yang, delays at the new Line hotel, where he'll debut two restaurants hopefully by the end of the year, gave him time to change his mind. "As time has allowed us to think about it, it's evolved more," he says of his smaller Line restaurant, Spoken English. Bruner-Yang, best known for his work at the ...

2017-08-17 12:01:02
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Guy Fieri Brings His Unique Brand of Donkey Sorcery to Raiders Training  

Sir Spikey was chilling with the boys in silver and black this week Flavortown founder emeritus Guy Fieri rolled up to Raiders training in Napa, California this week to grill meat for his favorite football players. The Spikey One and Marshawn Lynch got some face time together — presumably they were schooling each other on the finer points of Beast Mode and Feast Mode. "That's Flavortown all day." @guyfieri and @beastmode talk chicken. A post shared by Oakland Raiders...

2017-08-17 11:33:01
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Starbucks' Howard Schultz Speaks Out Against 'the Empowerment of White Supremacists'  

The coffee chain's founder addressed employees about the events in Charlottesville Following the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville last weekend, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz spoke to his employees at a forum called "Hate has no hope here." Schultz called the meeting to "address the violence, hatred, and empowerment of white supremacists and neo-Nazis" in recent days. During his talk, Schultz said: What we witnessed this past weekend… is against every s...

2017-08-17 11:01:01
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Uno Pizzeria Fires Employee Who Marched in Charlottesville White Supremacist Rally  

He was ID'd on Twitter and lost his job a few days later An Uno Pizzeria & Grill chef by the name of Ryan Roy lost his job at a Vermont location of the chain this week after the company learned that he participated in the violent white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend. Roy was featured on camera in a Vice documentary about the march, chanting "Whose streets? Our streets!" while holding a tiki torch. Twitter user @fast_sneakers ID'd the p...

2017-08-17 10:32:20
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Trump Winery Says It Has Nothing to Do With Trump  

Fake wine news alert The winery that bears Donald Trump's name, which is located in Charlottesville, Virginia, has long denied having anything to do with the current president of the United States. Earlier this week during a press conference meant to address a number of recent events — including the tragedy that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend — instead of denouncing racism and hate speech, Donald Trump essentially bragged about Trump Winery. Trump: I own ...

2017-08-17 09:32:01
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Low-Waste Cocktails Are the Next Big Thing  

Bartenders are getting creative with their trash They may not be advertising it to patrons — there's nothing like the word "sustainable" to kill a buzz — but, the cocktail world is paying attention to its impact on the environment. As the conversation around food waste reaches a fever pitch, thanks to leaders of the movement like chef Dan Barber, environmentally-conscious bartenders are spreading the word on cocktail waste and implementing changes that go beyond swappin...

2017-08-16 15:28:01
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Gordon Ramsay Regrets Abandoning 'Kitchen Nightmares'  

A million more Ramsay projects are on the way, however Gordon Ramsay has many shows on TV right now, but Kitchen Nightmares is not one of them. After attempting to save a few too many unsalvageable restaurants, the famous curse word-loving chef decided to kill that series a few years ago. "I got fed up with Kitchen Nightmares because I was getting s--t," the chef recently remarked. "So I woke up one morning and I thought 'F--k it, I'm done.'" Now, Ramsay regrets thi...

2017-08-16 14:01:01
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Watch: How the King of Mozzarella Makes His Cheese  

'Dining on a Dime' heads to the Bronx to learn about the process "I'm like the court jester of mozzarella," says Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson — in this episode, he's in the presence of the "king and prince" of the cheese, intruding on the family affair in the Belmont neighborhood of the Bronx. Casa Della Mozzarella, owned by Sicilian native Orazio Carciotto, is a full-service Italian deli on the legendary Arthur Avenue, home of the Bronx's Little Italy...

2017-08-16 13:31:02
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'The Mind of a Chef' Is Leaving PBS for Its Sixth Season  

Major changes are underway for one of the best food shows on TV The Mind of a Chef, the award-winning and compulsively watchable food show from Anthony Bourdain and Zero Point Zero productions, is leaving PBS, the network that has hosted the program since its inception back in 2012. A rep for Zero Point Zero explains that season six will premiere this fall on a different network, with episodes featuring Mission Chinese guru Danny Bowien and at least one other yet-to-be-announced

2017-08-16 12:32:01
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At Isabelle et Vincent, French Pastries Dazzle in an Unlikely Location  

Where to find palmiers, Paris-Brest, and true love just off I-95 I squint and feel transported to another world. The smell of fresh baking baguettes seduces me. In the distance, I hear the chattering of French accents. But when I open my eyes and see the snaking line of customers, I'm jolted back to reality. I am in Fairfield, Connecticut, standing at the counter of Isabelle et Vincent, arguably one of the best French bakeries this side of France. Dressed in matching flour-du...

2017-08-16 12:01:00
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Campbell's CEO Bows to Public Pressure, Resigns From Trump Advisory Council  

Now POTUS is scrapping the advisory panels altogether When Donald Trump became POTUS back in January, leaders of some of the nation's biggest and most visible corporations — including Campbell Soup and PepsiCo — stepped up into advisory roles in hopes of helping to shape the administration's policies. But as the situation in the White House has grown ever more tumultuous over the past seven months, an increasing number of these executives have jumped ship, not wanting the...

2017-08-16 11:27:54
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Watch Eddie Huang Eat Dinner With a White Nationalist  

And other food news to know today An untold part of the history of liquor brand Jack Daniel's is that a slave — now said to be the first black master distiller in the United States — taught Jack Daniel how to make whiskey. He's finally being recognized for his role and accomplishments. In this episode of Huang's World, chef Eddie Huang has dinner with a white nationalist. Watch it starting 29 minutes in on YouTube, or see a clip here: (function(d, s, id) { ...

2017-08-16 10:24:30
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Watch Jennifer Lawrence Read Reviews of Wine and Her Acting  

She's so good at this Hollywood megastar Jennifer Lawrence wants to drink wine with you, for a good cause. Fans who donate money to Represent.Us, an organization aimed at fighting political corruption, will enter for a chance to win a California wine trip with the Hunger Games actress. Lawrence explains: "We'll hang out, we'll drink some wine, talk politics, drink wine, maybe we'll call your ex, maybe we'll call my ex, who knows? The point is, we'll have fun." ...

2017-08-15 15:47:35
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Teamsters Accused of Harassing 'Top Chef' Crew Found Not Guilty  

Padma Lakshmi alleges that union members were "raining down racist, sexist, and homophobic threats" A jury has found a group of Teamsters accused of harassing and intimidating Top Chef cast and crew not guilty on all charges, reports the Associated Press. Four members of Boston's Teamsters Local 25 — Mark Harrington, John Fidler, Daniel Redmond, and Robert Cafarelli were each acquitted of a single count of conspiracy to extort and a single count of attempted extortion, acco...

2017-08-15 15:01:00
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Lebron James Hates Angel Hair Spaghetti and He's Not Wrong  

On Twitter, the King gets real about pasta Lebron James's Twitter use frequently sends basketball fans into a flurry. He's the master of well-documented petty Twitter unfollows that lead to gossip flames, sure. But now, he's moving into sharing his opinions on pasta. In an added comment to a tweet about spaghetti, James expressed his discontent with angel hair pasta being used in spaghetti: "To (sic) soupy if u use those noddles (sic). No substance at all." ASAP!!...

2017-08-15 14:28:25
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NYT Gives Zero Stars to Fast-Casual Restaurant from Eleven Madison Park Team  

Pete Wells is not a fan of Made Nice New York Times critic Pete Wells may love Eleven Madison Park, but he is decidedly not a fan of Will Guidara and Daniel Humm's attempt at fast casual. The critic awarded the Made Nice, the much-anticipated fast-casual restaurant from the often celebrated fine dining duo, zero stars today. Wells laments that the salads and composed plates at Made Nice are are mere shadows of the versions at Eleven Madison Park and the Nomad, the New York C...

2017-08-15 13:32:02
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George Lucas Buys French Vineyard Adjacent to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's Chateau  

The $11.2 million addition to Skywalker Vineyards, and other news to know today Star Wars creator George Lucas bought a chateau with 33 acres of vineyards in the South of France right next door (kind of — it's "separated by fields of forest") to Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt's estate. "This is the latest addition to his Skywalker Vineyards collection, which already owns properties in California and Italy," reports People. Are pizza chains actually just tech com...

2017-08-15 13:02:01
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A Hamilton-Inspired Cookbook Is Coming This Fall  

Plus a lifestyle book from Kate Hudson, and more book deals — Hamilton fans, rejoice: Clearly inspired by the diehard fandom that's sprung up around Lin-Manuel Miranda's Broadway musical, a new Alexander Hamilton-inspired cookbook is coming this November. Called simply The Hamilton Cookbook, it will enable home cooks to "recreate a meal Hamilton might have eaten after a Revolutionary War battle or as he composed the Federalist Papers." — Following in the footsteps of...

2017-08-15 12:17:02
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Chicago Is Now Home to Rome's Best Pizza Al Taglio  

Gabriele Bonci's first U.S. pizzeria opens today It's finally here: America's first, and highly-anticipated, pizza restaurant from acclaimed Italian pizza maker Gabriele Bonci opens in Chicago's West Loop today. The pizzeria, called Bonci, will serve the same pizza al taglio — baked in rectangular pans and cut into slices with scissors — that has earned Bonci Anthony Bourdain's approval, not to mention that of the Romans and tourists who routinely wait in line for t...

2017-08-15 11:36:02
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The Fastest Way to Ruin a $1,000 Dinner  

No dish can make up for robotic service Plenty has been written this year about the thrills and complications of Rene Redzepi's Noma pop-up in the jungle of Tulum, Mexico. What no one appears to have discussed yet: the storms. Seven of them roiled the tropical skies during the restaurant's nearly two-month run in April and May, and when wind and rain bore down on the open-air dining room — as it did the night I had dinner there — it sent the staff scurrying into well-rehe...

2017-08-15 11:11:49
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Julia Child's Life as a Spy Inspires New TV Show  

ABC is developing a new comedy-drama about the culinary legend Before she became America's favorite TV chef, Julia Child worked as an agent for the the OSS, a World War II-era intelligence agency. And now, writer Benjamin Brand is using both of her exciting careers as the inspiration for a new hour-long comedy-drama called Julia, which just landed at ABC Signature Studios, the digital/cable wing of ABC. Deadline reports that the program imagines a world wherein the CIA drags Ju...

2017-08-15 10:31:00
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Soho House, Explained  

The hospitality brand is growing its restaurant empire — and you're allowed in Soho House is exclusive, but more than that, Soho House is cool. This may be all many people know about Soho House, and it's almost certainly what Soho House wants you to know about Soho House. Through its lounge spaces, spas, pools, screening rooms, hotels, and restaurants, Soho House caters to the young, city-dwelling creative class, providing them with beautiful spaces in which to be young an...

2017-08-15 09:38:49
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Taco Bell's New Breakfast Taco Has a Fried Egg for a Shell  

It hits stores nationwide on August 31 Taco Bell continues its work in the very important field of developing alternative taco wrappers: Its newest menu item is a breakfast taco with a fried egg standing in for a tortilla. Called the Naked Egg Taco, the pliable shell is made entirely of egg and sandwiches a filling of potatoes, cheese, and bacon or sausage. It's slated to hit menus nationwide on August 31 for $1.99, following an initial test run in Michigan that began back in ...

2017-08-14 16:31:01
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Good Burger Is the Greatest Fake Fast Food Restaurant of All Time  

 The slacker comedy still holds up 20 years later "Welcome to Good Burger, home of the Good Burger. Can I take your order?" For fans of classic Nickelodeon TV, hearing Kel Mitchell's character Ed chant his catchphrase to kick off Good Burger really hits you in a nostalgic soft spot. This '90s-era movie about a struggling burger joint and the motley crew of employees who save the restaurant from their nefarious competition, Mondo Burger, is a cult classic. It has deve...

2017-08-14 15:32:02
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Watch: The Perfect Crispy Pork Belly Takes Three Days to Make  

'The Meat Show' heads to Tuome in NYC for the ultimate porcine treat This week's episode of The Meat Show takes host Nick Solares to Manhattan's East Village to partake in the perfect bite of pork. At Tuome, a New American restaurant with strong Asian influences, chef-owner Thomas Chen leverages both his fine dining experience — he's a veteran of NYC's hallowed fine dining destination Eleven Madison Park — and his Chinese-American heritage to produce a truly uniq...

2017-08-14 14:31:01
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René Redzepi Brought a Trainer to Tulum for Noma Mexico  

The Noma team has a pretty serious workout routine The team that works out together, serves $600 tasting menus together. At least that's the case for the Noma staff, who had a trainer on hand throughout the entire run of the groundbreaking Copenhagen restaurant's Tulum popup, according to chef Rene Redzepi's accounting of his fitness regimen for Men's Journal. Fitness was, at first, a personal goal for Redzepi, but when his second daughter, Ro, was born and his wife Na...

2017-08-14 13:34:39
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'Great British Bake Off' Star Paul Hollywood Is Tired of Being Called a Traitor  

If you prick the pastry judge, does he not bleed? The Great British Bake Off crew is like the current day Beach Boys lineup: Only one original member of the group is still keeping the dream alive. And that one person is Paul Hollywood, who, like his Beach Boys counterpart Mike Love, was never really anyone's favorite member of the group. There's nothing wrong with the veteran baker, per se, but he lacks the warmth of his former co-judge Merry Berry, and the charm of the prog...

2017-08-14 12:32:01
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The 'Vegan Mafia' Wants to Take Meatless Mainstream  

A group of high-powered investors is pouring money into animal-free food alternatives As meatless, "bleeding" Impossible Burgers and lab-grown meat gain traction in restaurants and supermarkets across the country, a gang of vegan investors is quietly fueling the next set of up-and-coming, plant-based food products. In a recent report, CNBC unmasked a few of these powerful individuals, collectively known as the "vegan mafia," who are helping fund a future in which humans r...

2017-08-14 11:47:02
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Charlottesville Restaurant Owner Threatened After Turning Away 'Unite the Right' Marchers  

The group threw up the Nazi salute after their meal A restaurateur in Charlottesville, Virginia, was threatened by a group of "Unite the Right" rally participants after asking them to leave his business on Sunday, CNN reports. Brian Ashworth, proprietor of Ace Biscuits & Barbecue, closed his restaurant on Saturday to avoid any interaction with the marchers. But the day after the violent rally — which resulted in the death of a counter protestor — a group of participan...

2017-08-14 11:27:00
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Acclaimed Dallas Chef Matt McCallister Closes Filament  

The eagerly-awaited FT33 follow-up was only open a year and half

2017-08-14 11:01:35
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18 Dead After Terror Attack on Turkish Restaurant in Burkina Faso  

Gunmen opened fire on patrons sitting on the patio at Aziz Istanbul Tragedy struck in the West African nation of Burkina Faso on Sunday evening as a terror attack at a restaurant ended in 18 deaths. The New York Times reports gunmen on motorcycles stormed a cafe called Aziz Istanbul around 9 p.m., initially opening fire on patrons seated on an outdoor patio. The cafe, a popular destination for locals and foreigners alike in the capital city of Ouagadougou, is located just a cou

2017-08-14 10:12:23
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German Politician Wants Berlin Restaurant Workers to Stop Speaking English  

Plus Anthony Bourdain's "guilty pleasure" and other news to know today Addressing a fear that German will become a "residual language" in Germany, potential Angela Merkel successor/junior finance minister Jens Spahn has "called for a crackdown" of people speaking English in their day-to-day lives. "It drives me up the wall the way waiters in Berlin restaurants only speak English," he told a newspaper. Another quote: "You would never find this kind of lunacy ...

2017-08-14 10:08:52
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Charlottesville White Supremacist Rally Marcher Swiftly Fired From Berkeley Hot Dog Stand  

Twitter users tracked him down and the restaurant responded immediately A Bay Area man named Cole White was fired from his job at Berkeley cheap eats institution Top Dog after he was ID'd as one of the marchers in the violent white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend. On Saturday, Twitter user @yesyoureracist shared photos from the Friday night march with the message: "If you recognize any of the Nazis marching in #Charlottesville, send me their names/p...

2017-08-14 09:28:01
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Why Aaron Franklin Will Never Open Another Franklin Barbecue  

The pitmaster's empire is growing outside of the kitchen Franklin Barbecue has no shortage of customers. More than seven years after it first opened, the Austin barbecue spot still draws hours-long lines and consistently sells out of the 106 briskets available daily. But, despite the high demand, proprietor Aaron Franklin has no plans to expand. On a recent episode of the Eater Upsell, he sat down with hosts Helen Rosner and Greg Morabito to discuss why there will only ever be ...

2017-08-11 17:04:37
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'The Trip to Spain' Is Steve Coogan's Tapas-Fueled Adventure  

It's in theaters now British funnymen Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon are back with the third installment of their dining-comedy series, The Trip to Spain. Following gastronomical tours of England and Italy, along with lots of dry banter, Coogan and Brydon are hitting the road to feast on some of the world's best tapas and pintxos. The film, which originally aired in the United Kingdom as a six-part series on Sky Atlantic, is now showing in U.S. theaters. Over the course of an hou...

2017-08-11 15:36:26
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Fake Mike Pence Food Diary Is the Funniest Food Thing on the Internet Right Now  

It includes "three loose handfuls of Cheerios" An extremely clever person put together a fake website for Vice President Mike Pence that has a hilarious "what I ate" section chronicling five (fictional) days in the Veep's life. Pence kicks off his week with "3 egg whites with mayonnaise vinaigrette" washed down with a corn smoothie, and he ends it with "3 slices of white bread," a glass of whole milk, and an entire bottle of NyQuil. Judging by this fake food di...

2017-08-11 14:32:00
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Taco Bell Is Testing a Sweet and Spicy Pop Rocks Burrito  

Plus, Shake Shack's clam burger and more news to know today Taco Bell is testing out a limited run of burritos with spicy popping crystals. According to Food Beast, the burritos consist of "rice, nacho cheese, sour cream, beef, and red tortilla strips" annnnnnd little packets of sweet and spicy Pop Rocks. They are available in four stores in Southern California until August 16. Fried clams on a Shackburger? Sure why not? CLAMBurgers with Crispy Little Neck Clams...

2017-08-11 14:02:01
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Nick Kokonas and Grant Achatz Want to Take the Aviary Global  

The Alinea group hopes to expand the cocktail bar Chicago's Nick Kokonas and Grant Achatz are plotting a global future for the Aviary and the Office. The Alinea team's set of cocktail bars are the first brands they've expanded beyond Chicago, with locations in New York City opening soon. In an interview with Hong Kong Tatler, Kokonas let slip that NYC likely won't be the last location for the cocktail bars. Now Kokonas tells Eater the group has discussed opening the Avia...

2017-08-11 13:45:01
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Watch: Park's BBQ Is LA's Ultimate Korean Barbecue Destination  

Sampling wagyu beef, galbi, and more meaty delights on this episode of K-Town There's a reason Korean barbecue is a go-to for diners in Los Angeles: Access to high quality beef, plenty of space for tabletop cooking, and commitment to authentic flavors abound in LA's Koreatown. Park's BBQ has been a standard-bearer for over thirteen years, spanning across two stories in a strip mall. A celebrity destination par excellence, the likes of Anthony Bourdain and even Korean pop star Psy

2017-08-11 13:31:01
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It's a Wonderful, Scary Time to be Vivian Howard  

She's opening a new restaurant and a bakery — and rethinking 'A Chef's Life' "I have very little desire to have a string of restaurants," says Vivian Howard, who currently operates two restaurants in the small North Carolina city of Kinston and also stars in the PBS show about her work, A Chef's Life. She quickly corrects herself. "I have zero desire." And while she has no plans to start a fast-casual restaurant or to launch a multi-unit brand, she's looking ahead...

2017-08-11 13:02:01
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This Squid Ice Cream Cone Is a Lot to Process  

An impressively weird dessert washes ashore in New Zealand An ice cream shop in Auckland, New Zealand is taking the burgeoning goth dessert trend to new heights by serving a giant chocolate-dipped cone with a mantle and menacing tentacles protruding from the top of creamy sphere. The chef at Giapo Kitchen thought that this undeniably phallic treat would be a nice way to commemorate the 10th anniversary of The Colossal Squid's arrival at the Museum of Te Papa Tongarewa. Here'...

2017-08-11 12:17:02
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Impossible Foods CEO Believes Meat-Eaters Will Learn to Love Plant-Based Burgers  

Pat Brown talks with Recode's Kara Swisher and The Verge's Lauren Goode

2017-08-11 11:32:43
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Where to Eat Chicken and Waffles While Watching the Solar Eclipse  

Clearly, the most helpful maps on the internet The great American eclipse arrives on August 21, and when the moon begins to cross in front of the sun at the prime lunchtime hour of 1:08 p.m. EST, onlookers will no doubt be hungry. Luckily, the solar eclipse's path of totality — the 70 mile-wide swath that extends from Oregon to South Carolina — covers some of the best states for waffles and fried chicken. Twitter, naturally, has taken note. Jerry Shannon, a professor at t...

2017-08-11 10:47:01
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Applebee's and IHOP Will Close 100 Locations  

Further evidence that mid-level chains are struggling It's no secret that mid-level chain restaurants are having a tough go of things lately, and here's more evidence to add to that file: More than 100 Applebee's locations and around 20 IHOPs will shutter this year, CBS reports. DineEquity, the parent company of both brands, is focusing on shuttering underperforming locations. An earnings report released yesterday shows sales fell by more than six percent at Applebee's a...

2017-08-11 10:15:00
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Amazon Pursues MREs, Prepares for Impending Apocalypse  

The new technology makes these meals shelf-stable for a year Amazon, perhaps anticipating nuclear war or an impending apocalypse, is exploring technology that will allow it to produce complete meals that can be stored for long periods of time without refrigeration. In other words, Amazon is taking a page from the rations U.S. soldiers have known for decades: meals, ready to eat — commonly known as MREs. The online retailer, which recently announced its plan to purchase Whole F...

2017-08-10 17:03:23
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Watch: A Career Waiter Who's Mastered the Art of Service Shares His Secrets  

The Southern Foodways Alliance catches up with a server in his 46th year The service industry has a notoriously high turnover rate, particularly where servers are concerned — but some are institutions in their own right, and inextricably linked to the restaurants they work in. Goren Avery has been at HIghland's Bar & Grill in Birmingham, Alabama since 1982. Avery, who began his serving career at 1971 at the Hyatt Regency, recalls his experiences as a black waiter in the ...

2017-08-10 16:38:45
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What If Wes Anderson and Quentin Tarantino Made Your Favorite Foods?  

This is the premise of director David Ma's YouTube series, #FoodFilms In his new YouTube series, #FoodFilms, food artist and director David Ma takes inspiration from famous filmmakers to demonstrate famous recipes. Ma has just released four episodes, each showcasing a different dish filmed in the style of a different visual artist. Ma channels Wes Anderson to demonstrate how to make s'mores. Appropriately, if the video were any more twee, it would induce nausea. A Michael...

2017-08-10 15:02:02
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The Best Places to Eat Barbecue Across North America  

No matter the style, each city has its own unique selection While legit barbecue's provenance is undeniably the American South, it's amazing how much smoked meat culture has grown up and spread out across the continent in recent years. Of course, it's easy to stumble into to-die-for pulled pork, flame-licked chicken, and willowy brisket when wandering around places like Texas, Kansas City, and the Carolinas (consider Charleston as a particularly exciting destination). But other...

2017-08-10 14:50:09
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LA Food Bloggers Declare Vespertine a 'Miserable, Dark Trap'  



2017-08-10 14:02:01
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Watch: LA Has a Love-Hate Relationship With These Tacos  

'Cult Following' heads to Tito's to sample one of the city's most divisive dishes Los Angeles may be known for serving some of the nation's best Mexican food, but it's also home to some unique hard-shell tacos that get people seriously riled up. In this episode of Cult Following, host Serena Dai finds out what makes Tito's Tacos in Culver City, California such a lightning rod. The deep-fried tacos at Tito's inspire obsession: The family-owned restaurant has been around s...

2017-08-10 13:02:01
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Queso Is the World's Most Perfect Food  

How the rich, melty cheese dip conquered Tex-Mex in America Served alongside warm tortilla chips, chile con queso is the unofficial dish of Texas. Most frequently referred to as just "queso," at its simplest, it's just a mixture of cheese and chile peppers. But especially in Texas, queso is so much more than just the sum of its parts. Throughout the years, the popularity of chile con queso has grown far outside its birthplaces (yes, plural). It's made its way to menus a...

2017-08-10 12:50:50
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What Brands Are Actually Behind Trader Joe's Snacks?  

Revealing the chip-makers and cookie factories in disguise Mark Gardiner was a former VP of marketing and an advertising consultant before taking a job as a crew member at a Trader Joe's store in Kansas City six years ago. Despite being a bit overqualified, he had an agenda: a personal mission to uncover the secrets behind the grocery chain's huge success. In the end, he walked away with enough intel to write a book revealing some of the business's branding tactics. But eve...

2017-08-10 12:31:01
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Pizza Truck Accident Leaves Arkansas Highway Covered in Frozen Pies  

Thankfully, nobody was hurt Yesterday, a tractor trailer carrying a bunch of Tombstone and Digiorno frozen pizzas smashed into an overpass in Mablevale, Arkansas. No one was injured in the crash, but the accident left an awfully big mess to clean up. PIZZA! Here's another vantage point of the accident on I-30 near the Mabelvale overpass. (pics courtesy: Omeed Esfandi) #ARtraffic #ARNews pic.twitter.com/4pPEuWBR5q— Mitchell McCoy (@MitchellMcCoy) August 9, 2017 ...

2017-08-10 11:32:02
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Starbucks Is Now Bottling Pumpkin Spice Lattes  

Plus, a brand refresh for Tender Greens and more food news to know today Please say hello to bottled pumpkin spice lattes, coming to a gas station and airport and convenience store near you. Paula Scher, the designer behind Shake Shack's logo and branding, oversaw the brand new refresh of Danny Meyer-backed salad chain Tender Greens. The new logo focuses on the "g" in Tender Greens but also kind of looks like a teapot on a ball. Or part of a snowman. Or a confused semico...

2017-08-10 11:03:01
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Gross Restaurant Ad Calls Victoria Beckham Anorexic to Sell Thin-Crust Pizza  

The former Spice Girl may take legal action A UK restaurant could wind up in court for its gross depiction of a particular former Spice Girl: Victoria Beckham is reportedly considering legal action over an advertisement that uses a caricature of her to push thin-crust pizza, the Telegraph reports. A delivery van belonging to Sidhu Fish & Chips in North Tyneside features an illustration of an emaciated Beckham in her underwear, sporting a sash that reads "Anorexic Fashion I...

2017-08-10 10:31:01
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Watch Robert Pattinson's Insane Short Film About Finding Hot Dogs  

Who knew this guy was so funny? Robert Pattinson, the actor who played the main vampire in the Twilight films, clearly has a taste for the absurd. In a delightfully weird new short film for GQ, the movie star depicts his life as an anxiety-ridden nightmare, where he's afraid to leave his posh New York City hotel room and risk a brush with the paparazzi or fans who might recognize him from his movies. But when hunger pangs set in, Pattinson decides to put on a hat and some shad...

2017-08-10 09:43:44
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Fine-Dining Star Justin Yu Is Over Tasting Menus  

Theodore Rex will be a modern bistro in a charmed Houston space "You won't see tweezer garnishes." This is one of the first things chef Justin Yu says when asked to explain his plans for Theodore Rex, his surprising new restaurant project taking shape in Houston. From the outside looking in, Yu's decision to close his hit tasting menu destination Oxheart didn't make sense. The restaurant earned him a James Beard Award, a place on Eater's national 38, and honors fro...

2017-08-09 18:55:57
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A Gourmet PB&J Restaurant Is Opening in LA  

A nostalgia trip through childhood, for just $5-$8 Brace: a restaurant dedicated to gourmet peanut butter and jelly sandwiches is headed to LA. The round, crustless, packaged sandwiches (sound familiar?) will soon be available at PBJ.LA, a 12-seat stall in downtown's Grand Central Market, thanks to prolific LA restaurateur Adam Fleischman, Eater LA reports. Fleischman, the man behind Umami Burger and pizza chain 800 Degrees, explained to the LA Times in July that these sandwi...

2017-08-09 16:02:01
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36 

Here Comes the Keurig of Fro-Yo  

The Wim makes frozen yogurt in 10 minutes Seemingly every new high-tech kitchen appliance hitting the market these days dreams of being "the Keurig of" some niche product, be it tortillas, craft beer, or cookies. We lazy millennials are clearly here for it — the aforementioned tortilla maker, which utilizes dough pods to churn out fresh corn or flour specimens, raised more than $100,000 on Kickstarter — so it was only a matter of time until someone unveiled the Keurig of ...

2017-08-09 15:03:27
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Inside the Biggest Wine Hoax in History  

An excerpt from In Vino Duplicitas A camera recorded Rudy Kurniawan, twenty-six years old but looking young enough to be carded, as he attended a Christie's wine auction in Los Angeles, a catalog of fancy wines in his lap. The rare Asian among older white males, he wore a caramel-colored leather jacket, zipped up almost to the neck. His straight black hair is of modest length, and his sideburns just brush his ears. His eyes are dark and sharp behind black-rimmed eyeglasses. The...

2017-08-09 13:33:01
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Watch: This Bolivian Restaurant Is Inside a Manhattan Subway Station  

'Dining on a Dime' heads to New York City for meaty salteñas This episode of Dining on a Dime, which kicks off this New York City-focused season, takes host Lucas Peterson to the center of all the action — right near Manhattan's Columbus Circle, and in a subway station, to boot. Peterson heads underground to Bolivian Llama Party, one of the only Bolivian restaurants in New York and, according to its owners, the only one in Manhattan. Three brothers own Bolivian Llama Pa...

2017-08-09 13:16:01
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What Brands Are Actually Behind Trader Joe's Snacks?  

Revealing the chip-makers and cookie factories in disguise Mark Gardiner was a former VP of marketing and an advertising consultant before taking a job as a crew member at a Trader Joe's store in Kansas City six years ago. Despite being a bit overqualified, he had an agenda: a personal mission to uncover the secrets behind the grocery chain's huge success. In the end, he walked away with enough intel to write a book revealing some of the business's branding tactics. But eve...

2017-08-09 12:33:01
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Why Is Gordon Ramsay Filming a Documentary About the Colombian Drug Trade?  

And why is he filming it…at Wimbledon?  Shouter of curse words Gordon Ramsay is inexplicably starring in a documentary about the Colombian drug trade right now for UK network ITV — and, in a baffling move, the celebrity chef decided to film a promo using Wimbledon Common as a stand-in for Colombia. At the end of July, passersby in the bucolic London park saw makeup artists applying fake mud to Ramsay's face, and he was later spotted being filmed in an army truck marke...

2017-08-09 12:01:02
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The Perfect Oreo Dunk Is Three Seconds Long  

Plus, why 'Bon App' thinks Chicago is the best food city, and more news to know The science behind the optimal dunk time (three seconds) of an Oreo cookie involves calculating the cookie's rate of liquid absorption. According to researchers, Oreos absorbed 80 percent of their potential liquid weight in milk after just two seconds; that rate flatlined, meaning no more milk could be absorbed, at the four-second mark. Papa John's spent two years developing a gluten-free ...

2017-08-09 11:38:02
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Restaurant Jobs Now Dominate the Workforce. That's a Bad Thing  

The hospitality industry is growing quickly — and still pays poorly Unemployment remains low, and job creation is up, according to the latest employment report. But a closer look reveals that it's restaurant work — not the coal-mining or manufacturing Donald Trump likes to champion in speeches and on Twitter — that is bolstering the economy. A serious shift away "from making things to serving people" is happening in America, reports the Atlantic. By 2020, there will ...

2017-08-09 11:13:34
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'Top Chef' Alums Stole Nearly $290K From Restaurant, Lawsuit Alleges  



2017-08-09 10:34:14
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Oreo Cookie Dough Is Dessert Inception  

Here's a new way to eat America's favorite sandwich cookies - For some reason, people keep tampering with the simple, but perfect treat known as the Oreo cookie. Over the last few years, Nabisco has played around with Pop Rocks, Swedish Fish, pumpkin spice, and Peeps varieties of the popular black and white cookie. And now, the crazed confectioners behind The Cookie Dough Cafe, an online and wholesale-only operation, are releasing a version of their signature dough that's m...

2017-08-09 09:45:19
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David Chang's Fuku Expands to Miami  



2017-08-09 09:29:01
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The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Tel Aviv  

Where to go for chicken and waffles, grade-A beach eats, and exemplary sushi Today Eater returns to Tel Aviv, Israel, to check in on 15 newish restaurants that have been garnering some serious buzz. As with the Tel Aviv 38, we've tapped local food writer Keren Brown to offer her picks for the hottest openings of the past 12 months. "It's been the year of casual, where everyone is taking things down a notch," she says, pointing out that one of the city's top chefs opened...

2017-08-08 15:25:01
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Starbucks' Newest Frappuccino Caters to the Lactose Intolerant  

The Horchata Frapp is the first to be specifically made with almond milk Starbucks has unveiled its newest beverage and, bless them, it has nothing to do with unicorns nor beef jerky: It's called the Horchata Frappuccino. The coffee chain is clearly playing to its legions of lactose intolerant or otherwise alternative milk-favoring customers here, as this is the first Frappuccino to be specifically made with non-dairy milk: The Horchata Frapp is made with almond milk, Cinnamon...

2017-08-08 14:02:01
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Watch: Is This Fancy Induction Burner Worth $1,800?  

Putting the Breville Polyscience Control Freak to the test Induction burners have risen in popularity in recent years as an alternative to gas or electric stovetops — but does the average home cook really need to drop some major coin on one? Today in a special episode of You Can Do This, host Clifford Endo is joined by Museum of Food and Drink founder, cocktail genius, and all-around gadget guru Dave Arnold to test out the Breville Polyscience Control Freak, an induction burner...

2017-08-08 13:02:02
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18 

Dictator-Themed Restaurant Has a Melania Trump Mural  

Tunisia's Le Dictateur also lures diners with dishes like the "grilled freedom" At Le Dictateur, a dictator-themed restaurant in an upscale suburb of Tunis, Tunisia, cartoonish portraits of former oppressive world leaders adorn the walls, alongside current political figures like Vladimir Putin and, curiously, First Lady Melania Trump. Dishes called "anarchy," "fascism," and "grilled freedom" are all on the menu. Owner Seif Ben Hammouda chose the restaurant's...

2017-08-08 12:03:02
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Is the Meatless Impossible Burger Safe to Eat?  

Probably — but the FDA has some reservations about its "secret ingredient" The meatless, "bleeding" burger known as the Impossible Burger has been a roaring success in the food tech startup world: It's raked in more than $250 million from investors (including Bill Gates) and is now served at some of the nation's most acclaimed restaurants, including David Chang's Momofuku Nishi in New York and Underbelly in Houston. But the company perhaps isn't having quite a...

2017-08-08 11:42:01
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Shake Shack Is Coming to the Baltimore Ravens' Stadium  

Plus, other food news to know today Shake Shack will open a location at M&T Bank Stadium, home of the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. Shake Shacks now live at baseball stadiums, train stations, racetracks, malls, and airports, but this is the chain's first foray into football. Three servers at LA's Sunset Tower Hotel were fired on Monday because they failed to stop a zealous diner from taking a photo of stars Robert Pattinson and Katy Perry. A restaurant in China is under f...

2017-08-08 11:07:29
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Japan's First Cat Cafe Train Combines Eating, Traveling, and Feline Bonding  

Why didn't anyone think of this before? Although cat cafes are just starting to take root in America, the trend has been around in Japan for so long — around 13 years — that it's evolved into all sorts of exciting permutations. Case in point: One of the Gifu Prefecture's most popular feline-themed coffee houses, Sanctuary, is offering its fans a chance to enjoy some lunch and kitty time while riding a train between two stations. The maiden journey of the cat cafe train...

2017-08-08 10:03:02
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Miami Chef Michael Schwartz Announces Plans for Massive Waterfront Restaurant  



2017-08-07 16:22:32
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The Future of Japanese Cuisine Lies in Nature, Says Yoshihiro Narisawa  

Checking in with one of Tokyo's best chefs Yoshihiro Narisawa is a chef deeply connected to his environment. All the ingredients used at his essential Tokyo restaurant Narisawa come exclusively from Japanese landscapes — except, maybe, chocolate, coffee, and some peppers. "I can't conceive the idea of a chef separated from his own environment," he says. "I always try to build close relationships with local producers and what they produce." By tapping Japanese field...

2017-08-07 15:32:00
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Watch: The Kosher Barbecue Joint Inspired by Texas  

The Meat Show heads to Brooklyn for a unique restaurant experience On this week's episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares visits a rather unique restaurant — a Kosher barbecue joint in the heart of Brooklyn. Solares first encountered Sruli "Izzy" Eidelman and his Kosher barbecue when he was judging the Brisket King competition earlier this year: There, Solares and fellow judges Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue, Texas Monthly barbecue editor Daniel Vaughn, and Katz...

2017-08-07 14:02:01
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Controversial Dallas Critic Resigns, Takes Job at Local Restaurant Group  

A look back at Leslie Brenner's most scathing reviews Leslie Brenner, The Dallas Morning News's restaurant critic for the past eight years, has resigned. A press release states that she will be taking a "senior management" job in-house at the Rebees restaurant group. Rebees restaurateur Tristan Simon is quoted in the release saying, "Leslie's gifts as a writer, storyteller, and conceptualist will translate as naturally to the medium of place creation as they did to jo...

2017-08-07 13:29:11
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Employee Claims Prolific NYC Chef Secretly Filmed Sex Tape of Her  

She's suing for blackmail

2017-08-07 13:12:10
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'The Great British Baking Show' Final: How the Meringue Crown Cracks  

The final three bakers face off in a series of spectacular challenges It seems impossible that we're already at the final. Doesn't it seem like only yesterday that Louise's gingerbread wedding collapsed? That Michael tried to get the judges drunk? That Andrew's knights had little caramel boners? But all Baking Show seasons must eventually come to an end, and this one's going out in royal fashion, with challenges fit for a queen. Like a gentler, less glittery Drag Race. ...

2017-08-07 12:36:29
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DC Restaurateur: Give the New Trump Hotel Restaurant a Chance  

Restaurateur Alessandro Borgognone wants a fair shake in the District

2017-08-07 12:02:00
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Chick-fil-A Boasts Jump in Sales After Image Makeover  

Plus, all the food news to know today Fried chicken brand Chick-fil-A boasts stronger per store sales than McDonald's and KFC combined and achieved 49 consecutive years of sales growth. A new Business Insider piece attributes its recent success to a new attempt at inclusivity (or really, a move away from blatant intolerance and partisan donations). One of the new hosts of Britain's new iteration of the wildly popular show The Great British Bake Off doesn't eat sweets, be...

2017-08-07 11:17:01
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'Hamilton' Secures Crucial Guy Fieri Endorsement  

The Spiky One loves Lin-Manuel Miranda's play Guy Fieri took a break from stirring the Donkey Sauce on Friday to check out the touring production of the blockbuster musical Hamilton at San Francisco's Orpheum Theater. The Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host loved the show so much that he took this selfie with the cast afterward: Man I gotta tell ya the cast and crew at @HamiltonMusical in San Fran crushed it last night. Ya gotta catch em in LA next. Wow pic.twitter.com/WL...

2017-08-07 10:35:27
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