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Watch: Does New Haven Serve the Best Pizza in America?  

Some say Frank Pepe slings the best "apizza" in the country We're so obsessed with pizza that the average person eats 6,000 slices of it in their lifetime. Whether that's classic, floppy New York style slices, hefty slices of Chicago deep dish, or thick, rectangular Detroit-style, pizza is as American as American food gets. Not so quietly, New Haven has been making noise with it's own regional style: a thin-crust, coal-fired Neapolitan pizza that sometimes doesn't...

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2018-07-20 11:26:50



Cecilia Chiang, in Her Own Words  

At 98, the iconic San Francisco restaurateur is as bold as ever. Now, she shares her life story with her friend, pastry chef Belinda Leong. It's not an understatement to call Cecilia Chiang one of San Francisco's most beloved culinary figures. Her first restaurant in town, the Mandarin, opened in 1961 — a time when the white Americans she needed to support her business were far more familiar with egg foo young and chop suey than they were with the traditional dishes she s...

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2018-07-20 10:09:06



Chipotle Blesses Cardi B With a Lifetime Supply of Chips and Guac  

Plus, Ina Garten shares a recipe from her forthcoming cookbook, and more food news to end the week Congratulations to rapper and new mom Cardi B, who, according to Vibe, is the recipient of a lifetime supply of chips and guacamole from beleaguered burrito chain Chipotle. There's no official word on why Chipotle blessed Ms. B with such a gift, but the chain must be happy with the free advertising she is providing on her Instagram feed. In a potentially sweet merger, doughn...

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2018-07-19 16:10:15



Chef Peter Chang's New DC-Area Restaurant Will Be Devoted to Homestyle Cooking   



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2018-07-19 16:00:01



Watch: This Massive Korean Chain Wraps Pork Ribs in Melty Cheese  

K-Town checks in with the Toronto location of James Cheese Back Ribs There are plenty of Korean chains that jump across to North America to try and break into the market, and James Cheese Back Ribs decided Toronto was the city it wanted to land in first. In this episode of K-Town, I'm joined by Sang Kim who is helping me dive into this simple, but gut-busting meal of pork ribs slathered with Korean sauce and covered tableside with a layer of melty, gooey mozzarella cheese. It...

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2018-07-19 13:30:02



Watch: Can a Famous Infomercial Pan Replace All Your Cookware?  

Kitchen Gadgets takes on the as-seen-on-TV Copper Chef The reviews for the lineup of products under the Copper Chef name are glowing, more than half of them anyway, and one of the most popular items for the infomercial brand is the original deep, square pan that promises to replace all the other pots and pans filling your kitchen cabinets. It's one of a couple bold claims that Copper Chef makes, made possible by further claims that it's completely non-stick, not-too-heavy, ...

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2018-07-19 13:01:38



Why Plastic Straw Bans Are Finally Gaining Traction  

This week on the Eater Upsell, we learn how the anti-straw movement picked up steam and what it's like to be a paper straw kingpin in 2018 Plastic straws have become the villain we can (mostly!) all cheer against, but how did we get here? This week on the Eater Upsell we try to find out. First, researcher Sam Athey explains why straws are significant in the fight against plastic pollution. Eater editor Brenna Houck tells us how the anti-straw movement went from a niche envir...

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2018-07-19 12:58:53



What Does It Take to Make a Decent Paper Straw?  

The public image of a soggy, disintegrating paper straw is inaccurate, says maker of paper straws From the #StopSucking campaign to the high-profile straw bans, everyone is talking about straws right now. Last week, Starbucks announced it would nix plastic straws by the year 2020. McDonald's locations in the U.K. have vowed to switch from plastic to paper straws by later this fall. And cities like Seattle and New York have either enacted or, in NYC's case, are proposing to ...

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2018-07-19 12:20:33



Papa John's Founder Accused of Sexual Misconduct and Fostering a 'Bro' Culture  

A new report details allegations against John Schnatter, who stepped down last week following a leaked recording of him using a racial slur Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned as chairman of his company last week after a recording of him using the N-word was leaked to Forbes — and the pizza chain founder hasn't gone quietly into the night: He's accused the company's board of directors of failing to investigate the incident properly, and says he regrets steppin...

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2018-07-19 11:12:30



Eater Young Guns 2018: Meet the Winners  

Every year, Eater editors search for talented up-and-comers in the restaurant industry to name to our latest class of Young Guns. The rules are simple: The contenders must be under the age of 30 or have fewer than five years experience in the bar and restaurant world. And they're dedicated to their craft and doing so well that we expect they'll soon be household names. We begin by reading through thousands of reader-submitted nominees and consulting with our committee of e...

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2018-07-19 11:12:27



Nite Yun's Cambodian Restaurant Is the Talk of California  

The chef created a restaurant where Cambodians can reconnect with their culture That I'm eating kuy teav phnom penh, Cambodian rice noodle soup with minced pork, minutes from the BART station in Fruitvale, Oakland, feels akin to magic. It's perfect — savory and slightly sweet and comforting, the perfect food. And Nyum Bai — open since this past February — feels something like magic, too. Its patio shares space with a store selling miscellany — poignant-feeling Hill...

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2018-07-19 11:12:19



Why Shota Nakajima Turned From Fine-Dining to 'Homestyle' Japanese Cooking  

With Adana, the chef is fostering an environment of community within his staff and for his guests After dropping out of school at 16, chef Shota Nakajima began his career working in kitchens by washing dishes and peeling onions. His parents were pretty disappointed at the time, he says. But whether it's slicing a daikon so thin that it resembles a piece of vellum paper, or it's catching squid on the Seattle waterfront, jigging (as in gently moving the fishing pole up and do...

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2018-07-19 11:12:19



Gabe Barker's Hometown Pizzeria Is Winning Over Locals  

After learning from the best, the chef headed back to the South to open a place of his own When I called Gabe Barker at Pizzeria Mercato, his Carrboro, North Carolina-based restaurant, his dad answered the phone. This wasn't a surprise — after all, twenty-nine-year-old Barker opened the pizza spot in 2016 with his mom and dad, who had twenty-six years of experience under their belts as owners of beloved, now-closed Durham restaurant Magnolia Grill. It was Barker's parents...

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2018-07-19 11:12:19



Daniel Alvarez Wants to Pave the Way for Pastry Chefs  

He fried the first batch of Cronuts — and now he's mentoring a new generation of pastry pros Six years ago, Daniel Alvarez fried the first batch of cronuts. Developed by Dominique Ansel at his small bakery in Soho, where Alvarez had been working as chef de partie for under a year, the cronut and its ensuing sensation became Alvarez's fast-tracked education in the daily demands of bakery life. "Don't get me wrong because I'll get in trouble with Dominique," he jok...

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2018-07-19 10:37:57



Food Stamp Cuts Could Be Disastrous for Alaska  

Staple foods like eggs and cheese are astronomically expensive in rural areas This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Sarah was born in the Alaskan village of Utqiagvik (formerly known as Barrow) and she spent a good portion of her youth there. "We lived in Anchorage until I was about 13," she said. "Then my dad got a job offer in Utqiagvik and we moved back." When they arrived, the job fell through and it took her father more than a year to find work. Th...

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2018-07-18 12:52:01



These Are All the Foods Being Affected by Trump's Trade War  

Countries such as China and Mexico have introduced retaliatory tariffs on scores of American goods including pork, soybeans, cheese, and whiskey Trump's trade war is heating up: In response to the U.S. slapping tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum, not to mention tech goods and other consumer products made abroad, major trade partners including Canada, China, and the European Union have imposed retaliatory tariffs on a wide array of American goods. Among them, not surprising...

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2018-07-18 12:41:21



Watch: How Legendary Pitmaster Rodney Scott Makes Ribs  

The whole hog master has three rules when it comes to smoking meat The emotions at New York City butcher shop the Meat Hook are mixed as owners Ben Turley and Brent Young jump between excitement and nerves. They're working with barbecue legend and South Carolina whole hog master Rodney Scott in this episode of Prime Time, and the group is smoking a trio of ribs. In an electric smoker, racks of picnic (the upper part of the foreleg), belly ribs, and loin ribs are cooking with...

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2018-07-18 11:54:58



The 38 Essential Paris Restaurants   

Where to find perfect steak frites, matcha-filled crepes, roasted chicken and wine, and lamb-laden couscous in the City of Light Over the last 10 years, Paris has boldly reclaimed its title as the best food city in Europe. The French capital is bustling with a brilliant constellation of new restaurants by talented young chefs from all over the world, plus an inventive and diverse array of casual dining options. There's also been a renaissance of its long-established gastronomic

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2018-07-18 11:09:32



What the Critics Are Saying About Una Pizza Napoletana  

Celebrated pizzaiolo Anthony Mangieri is back in NYC, but are his pies as good as before? Una Pizza Napoletana has returned to New York City. Back in the mid-aughts, self-taught pizzaiolo Anthony Mangieri set the bar for pizza in New York when he moved his shop from the Jersey Shore to the East Village. He earned rave reviews and drew long lines of New Yorkers with his fluffy Neapolitan pies. But in 2009, Mangieri left that first incarnation of Una Pizza Napoletana and decamped

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2018-07-18 10:17:44



Shake Shack Is Taking Its ShackBurgers and Concretes to the Philippines Next Year  

Plus, several Starbucks beverages are no longer kosher, and more food news Shake Shack's ceaseless expansion operation is taking Danny Meyer's burger chain to the Philippines. A location is planned for Manila, the company announced Tuesday evening, with an opening date targeted for spring 2019. News of the move into this new market gave Shake Shack stock a boost on Wall Street, reports Bloomberg. Mabuhay, Manila! Pack the Jeepney - we're officially headed to the P...

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2018-07-18 10:13:22



Peter Luger Will Bring Its Dry-Aged Steaks to Tokyo  

The first Peter Luger steakhouse outside of New York will open sometime in 2020 Brooklyn icon Peter Luger Steakhouse is planning to open in Tokyo. But, according to fourth-generation co-owners David Berson and Daniel Turtel, they're taking their time with it. "I like to joke that we're on the 60-year expansion [plan]," says Berson. "Brooklyn opened in 1887. Great Neck [Long Island, NY] opened in 1960. This will be around 2020." The Tokyo news is perhaps out of left...

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2018-07-18 09:42:02



The High Price of a Michelin Guide  

South Korea, Singapore, and Thailand have spent millions to get their own Red guides In March 2016, the Michelin guide — that world-famous restaurant rating system devised by a European tire company — announced it was heading to Seoul, South Korea, for the first time. The guide's international director Michael Ellis heralded the move as a recognition of Korea's "wonderfully eclectic dining scene" that had "evolved into a world-class culinary destination," and om...

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2018-07-17 20:45:01



Watch: Marcus Samuelsson Dives Into Pho and Fried Chicken in New Orleans  

The chef visits — and eats with — one of the largest Vietnamese populations in America on the second episode of 'No Passport Required' On episode two of No Passport Required, chef Marcus Samuelsson heads to New Orleans to learn more about the city's Vietnamese community. Samuelsson eats pho, rice paper rolls, combination salads, and banh mi. He visits a farming co-op, shares a meal with the first Vietnamese city councilwoman in New Orleans, talks about immigration and...

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2018-07-17 16:54:28



Police Falsely Accuse Black IHOP Customers of Leaving Without Paying  

The incident happened earlier this month in Missouri Police in suburban St. Louis are conducting an internal investigation after 10 black college students were falsely accused of leaving an IHOP restaurant without paying for their meal, the Associated Press reports. The students are incoming freshmen at Washington University in St. Louis. After the manager of an IHOP in Clayton, Missouri, called police to report a group of "young black men" had dined without paying, two C...

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2018-07-17 16:06:19



After Cooking With Martha and Ina, Jennifer Garner Is One Step Away From a Lifestyle Brand  

The movie star not only hangs out with domestic goddesses, she also raises chickens for eggs and hosts a mini cooking show on Instagram Actress and everywoman Jennifer Garner seems to spend as much time cooking as she does acting. First, over the weekend, she went barefoot with Ina Garten in East Hampton, per a recent Instagram selfie. (Ina shared almost the exact same selfie, noting that there's "nothing more soul satisfying for me than to spend time with a smart, compassi...

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2018-07-17 14:08:35



Watch: Do You Need a $120 Shaved Ice Machine to Make Bingsu?  

Testing three gadgets to find the best one There are so many types of shaved ice but the one most familiar to chef Esther Choi of New York City's Mokbar is bingsu — the popular Korean variety that's usually topped with chopped fruit, condensed milk, and red beans; or for Choi: scoops of ice cream. In this episode of Kitchen Gadgets, Choi is testing out three different tools that yield shaved ice to find the one that reminds her most of her mother's homemade bingsu. Ti...

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2018-07-17 11:49:10



The Definitive Ranking of Apple's Best Food Emoji  

In celebration of the tiny food icons on your phone Everyone is off work and relaxing because it is World Emoji Day, and Apple has just announced a fresh batch of iOS emoji that will soon debut on the company's mobile operating system. Among the forthcoming food selections are such delicacies as cupcakes, mooncakes, mangoes, and lettuce. It's a thrilling time for gourmands who prefer to communicate with tiny little cartoons on their computers and mobile devices. With all ...

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2018-07-17 10:20:06



Disgraced Papa John's Founder Regrets Stepping Down After Racist Remark  

John Schnatter has accused the pizza chain's board of failing to investigate the incident Papa John's founder John Schnatter resigned from his company last week after a recording of the pizza mogul using a racial slur leaked to the media. But Schnatter clearly isn't ready to step out of the spotlight: He's now saying it was "a mistake" to step down, and is accusing the company's board of directors of failing to properly investigate the incident, per the Wall Stree...

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2018-07-17 10:10:46



The Fancy Kitchen Gadgets Worth Checking Out on Amazon Prime Day  

That fancy tool you've been wanting to try? It's probably on sale for Amazon Prime Day At Eater we're often testing kitchen gadgets, whether it's a high-tech tool a chef has sworn by or a kitschy item that seems too good to be true. As evidenced by the outcomes on You Can Do This and The Kitchen Gadget Test Show, some are worth the money, while others have lots of bells and whistles that don't really make cooking any easier. (In some instances, they actually make some...

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2018-07-16 16:25:38



Starbucks Investors Don't Want Howard Schultz to Run for President  

Plus, Starbucks and McDonald's are working together to develop a recyclable fast-food cup, and more food news Howard Shultz is no longer actively involved with Seattle-based coffee giant Starbucks, but his name is still mostly associated with the company. If Schultz runs for president in 2020, 'Bucks executives and investors worry partisan rhetoric may hurt their brand. "Will there be some segment of the customer base that decides, 'I'm not going to go to Starbucks ...

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2018-07-16 16:25:38



How to Eat Your Way Across California  

From the Editor: a love letter to the food of the Golden State This post originally appeared on July 14, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. If we had "issues" the way traditional magazines do, this week would mark the launch of our California issue. A couple of times a year we like to dispatch our national critic Bill Addison to a differ...

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2018-07-16 15:01:01



The Hottest Cookbooks of Summer 2018  

From an encyclopedic look at Cuban cuisine to dishes from the Middle East, these are the books you need right now When the warmth of the summer sun lingers late into the night, it can be tempting to avoid the kitchen. Air-conditioned restaurants and breezy patio tables may beckon — but it'd be a mistake to ignore the call of summer's produce, the fruit, vegetables, leaves, herbs, and flowers that are just right for use in some of this season's best new cookbooks. I was...

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2018-07-16 14:26:48



Why Is Hospital Food So Disgusting?  

To teach my sick husband how to eat again, I turned to 19th-century recipes for bone broths, gruels, and custards  A Styrofoam cup of watery broth, orange Jell-O, blue Gatorade, low-fat vanilla yogurt, a juice box of wild berry-flavored Boost Breeze, a packet of Scandishake powder, and generic saltines, neatly lined up on a dull gray hospital tray: This was among my husband's first meals in over two months. Brad had lost his vision along with the ability to digest food ...

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2018-07-16 10:54:07



New 'Stranger Things' Teaser Faithfully Recreates an '80s Mall Food Court  

The hit Netflix show just dropped a Season 3 teaser, complete with Scoops Ahoy and Orange Julius Netflix's smash hit Stranger Things just unleashed a Season 3 teaser, and the clip takes a decided turn away from the nostalgic sci-fi creep of the show's first two seasons: The clever promo reveals little about the show's central mystery but does announce that its fictional setting of Hawkins, Indiana, is "taking another step into the future" — with the opening of a spl...

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2018-07-16 10:24:27



Chick-fil-A's First Hawai'i Location Will Bring Pious Chicken Sandwiches to the Central Pacific  

Plus, Dunkin and Boston-based Harpoon Brewery are partnering on a coffee beer, and more food news In its continued quest to take over the world with fried chicken sandwiches and friendly service, Atlanta-based chain Chick-fil-A is headed to paradise. The company is planning its first Hawai'i location for the island of Oahu, per Hawai'i News Now. Details on a potential timeline for opening have not been released. Congratulations to Starbucks, the coffee mega-chain that ha...

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2018-07-16 09:12:02



12 Restaurants That Nearly Made the Essential California 38  

Seafood tacos, rabbit green curry, porchetta melts, grilled whole snook, and more This post originally appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic," a twice-monthly dispatch from Bill's travels across the country. Browse the archives and subscribe now. This week, Eater published a colossal project: The Essential Guide to Eating California, shepherded by travel editor Lesley Suter. If you've read any of these recent newsletters, you know I spen...

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2018-07-14 09:12:02



Take a Culinary Journey Through the Heart of America on 'No Passport Required'  

Plus, a travel show, a cooking competition, and more TV recommendations for the weekend This post originally appeared on July 13, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome back to Friday. It's time to start thinking about what you're going to watch this weekend, and thankfully, there's a lot of good stuff out there, including a new culinary travel show tha...

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2018-07-13 15:40:43



McDonald's Pulls Salads From 3,000 Locations After Midwest Food Poisoning Outbreak  

Cases involving an intestinal parasite emerged in Illinois and Iowa Dozens of people appear to have contracted an intestinal parasite after eating McDonald's salads in the Midwest in recent weeks, prompting the chain to pull salads from 3,000 locations. According to USA Today, since mid-May, 20 people became ill after eating salads in Illinois, alongside another 15 who ate salads in late June or early July in Iowa. Other outlets are reporting as many as 90 cases in Illinois...

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2018-07-13 14:29:41



'Queer Eye' Season 3 Will Take the Fab Five to Kansas City  

The breakout Netflix hit is giving itself a Midwest makeover Queer Eye is coming back for a third season, Netflix just announced. The streaming platform's feel-good makeover show, a reboot of the original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy that aired on Bravo in the mid-aughts, will see the Fab Five relocate from Atlanta to Kansas City, Missouri. The new season will span eight episodes, reports TV Line, and production is scheduled to begin this Monday, July 16. There's no wor...

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2018-07-13 11:02:51



Eggslut Chef Alvin Cailan Opens His First NYC Restaurant  

The Usual serves American comfort food with a twist Alvin Cailan will finally put down restaurant roots in New York City when the Usual opens tonight. The chef, who rose to restaurant world fame with Instagram-worthy egg sandwiches at LA's Eggslut, has been cooking in New York for more than a year now at various pop-ups, but the Usual will be his first permanent restaurant in the city he now calls home. "I don't want to open an LA restaurant in New York. It just doesn...

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2018-07-13 10:44:13



Jen Agg's Newest Restaurant Will Take Over Shuttered Toronto Icon Swan  

Le Swan will serve French and diner classics starting this September Months after announcing an end to her groundbreaking Toronto restaurant the Black Hoof, restaurateur Jen Agg has a new project in the works: She's taking over shuttered Toronto icon Swan. In an Instagram post, Agg calls it a "literal dream space" and declares a "firm September opening." Swan opened in Toronto's Trinity-Bellwoods neighborhood in 1997. It was best known for eggs Benedict brunches s...

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2018-07-13 10:35:21



Seven Fast-Food Chains Are Ditching Their 'No-Poach' Employment Contracts  

Plus, Platinum Prince Guy Fieri has a new Food Network show premiering tonight, and more food news to head into the weekend With attorneys general in 11 states looking into fast-food chains' practice of holding workers down with "no-poach" contracts, seven chains have volunteered to do away with this policy, reports CNN Money. The "no-poach" rules prevent workers from moving to different restaurants that are part of the same company, thus keeping wages low by elimin...

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2018-07-13 10:00:05



Watch: Korean Fried Chicken So Spicy, You'll Cry  

Home of Hot Taste serves some of the hottest fried bird in Toronto Korean fried chicken is quickly becoming one of the most popular ways that people try Korean flavors and ingredients for the very first time. Up in Toronto, fried chicken is a huge part of the budding Korean community, and Home of Hot Taste serves some of the most notable fried bird in town. We're starting with the basics of Korean fried chicken: beer, daikon radish pickles, and of course, lots of napkins. W...

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2018-07-12 14:10:39



NYC's Fancy $180 Wagyu Sandwich Place Is Total Bull  



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2018-07-12 13:27:14



In FX's 'Pose,' Food Represents Love, Dignity, and the Power of Family  

The show reveals how culinary tradition, as improvisational care, is passed down by generations of queer and trans people of color Growing up, my grandmother never served me a plate of food without reminding me that it was "made with love." This concept of food as an affirmation of belonging doesn't necessarily need to be said to be understood on a basic level. But it's a message we often take for granted, and one that hit close to home last week as I tuned in to my new...

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2018-07-12 12:47:38



Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' Earns 6 Emmy Nominations [Updated]  

The host gets a posthumous nod in the Outstanding Informational Series or Special category Parts Unknown host Anthony Bourdain, who died on June 8, has a posthumous Emmy Award nomination for his hit CNN series, per the Hollywood Reporter. Nominations were announced Thursday morning; Parts Unknown received six nominations in total, while content produced for the CNN.com site Explore Parts Unknown also garnered a nomination for Outstanding Short-Form Nonfiction or Reality Series.

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2018-07-12 11:22:56



The First Standalone Location of Starbucks's Fancy Princi Bakery Is Slated for Seattle  



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2018-07-12 11:09:27



Why the World Is Hating on Plastic Straws Right Now  

Everything you need to know about the now-ubiquitous movement to #StopSucking If we're to believe the many, many headlines, this might just be the year that the world kicks its plastic straw habit. In recent months, seemingly every major company, several American cities, and smug Instagrammers (not to mention vegan quarterback Tom Brady) have pledged to ditch their plastic straws, leading to considerable media coverage. The effort first saw huge spikes in interest early this ...

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2018-07-12 10:54:26



Baskin-Robbins Is Ripping Off Instagram-Bait Milkshakes  

Plus, Dunkin is turning to immigrant workers to combat a labor shortage, and more food news Thirty-one-flavor purveyor Baskin-Robbins appears to be ripping off New York City-based chain Black Tap Craft Burgers & Beer, which is famous for its decadent milkshakes. BR is now serving "freak shakes," with toppings such as whole doughnuts, cotton candy, and Oreos. Charlie Ayers, Google's first executive chef, details the tech company's bad old days in a new book. "I ...

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2018-07-12 09:54:52



Papa John's Founder Resigns After Racist Rant Leaks  

Amid calls for a boycott, the pizza chain's stock is tanking The man who founded Papa John's in 1984, John Schnatter, resigned as chairman late Wednesday. His exit comes a day after a recording of him using a racial slur on a conference call leaked to Forbes. As previously reported, Schnatter described acts of violence against African-Americans and used the N-word on a call with his public relations agency, allegedly in an effort to "convey his antipathy to racism." T...

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2018-07-12 09:47:41



Eater Is Hiring a Social Media Manager  

Come work with us! Eater is looking for a creative, organized, and ambitious social media manager with a focus on data and analytics to join our engagement team and help expand our social efforts and newsletters across the network. The ideal candidate should have a strong analytical background, with experience pulling numbers for different platforms and writing data reports for relevant stakeholders. They should also know how to write great headlines and tweets. We're loo...

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2018-07-11 17:59:52



'No Passport Required'  

Hosted by Marcus Samuelsson, the new show from Eater and PBS airs on Tuesdays at 9/8c No Passport Required, a new show from Eater and PBS, premieres on Tuesday, July 10, at 9 p.m. (8 p.m. Central) and celebrates the wide-ranging diversity of immigrant traditions and cuisine woven into American food and culture. In each of the six episodes, chef and host Marcus Samuelsson heads to a different American city to learn more about how a particular community has influenced the area it

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2018-07-11 13:38:01



Can a Dish Ever Taste as Good as It Does in Our Memory?  

After eight years and hundreds of miles, why a cherished dish remains elusive Special thanks to: Dad Wan

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2018-07-11 12:22:09



What the Critics Are Saying About Frenchette   

From "ethereal" dishes to hour-long waits at New York City's hottest new bistro ~*Everyone*~ is talking about Frenchette. More specifically, New York's critics are flocking to the bistro helmed by Balthazar-alums Riad Nasr and Lee Hanson. The restaurant embraces a few of-the-moment trends: It's French! There's natural wine! And since it opened in April, primetime reservations have been hard to come by, leading to a stacked walk-in line. Nasr and Hanson also worked...

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2018-07-11 12:01:00



There's No Place Like Little Saigon  

I went back to Little Saigon for the first time in a decade to see it through the eyes of my 91-year-old grandfather Orange County's Little Saigon is not the Vietnamese equivalent of Chinatown, Koreatown, or Little Tokyo. These pockets within the Southern California landscape all share commonalities; each, of course, is a collection of like-people and like-things. But what sets Little Saigon apart is its significance to the first generation of Vietnamese refugees: When Sa...

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2018-07-11 12:00:07



The Essential Guide to Eating California  

The Golden State is hands down the best place to eat in America In the American imagination, California has always been viewed through a haze of fantasy. Early on, it was dreams of fist-sized gold nuggets lying in wait. Then a generation of Okies schlepped West, to eventually populate the pages of Steinbeck and the photos of Dorothea Lange, looking for a utopian land of plenty. More recently, it's reveries of glamour and fame. Of in-ground pools. Of cheap avocados and convert...

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2018-07-11 12:00:04



Where to Eat Mexican Food in California's Central Valley, Mapped  

It's one of the best Mexican food scenes in America The Mexican food of California's Central Valley rivals anything that LA or San Francisco have to offer. Gustavo Arellano — the author of Taco USA: How Mexican Food Conquered America — crawled up State Route 99 to seek out the region's finest taco stands, mulita specialists, enchilada masters, pan dulce shops, and more. Read his magnificent (and filling) journey, or for just the highlights, here's a map to his favor...

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2018-07-11 12:00:03



Sorry New York, California Is the Best Place to Eat Now   

Synonymous with abundance and turbo-charged with chef creativity, the Golden State is setting the pace for how we eat across the country California is now the most influential force in American dining. That's right, it isn't New York. Not any longer. Sure, the great city will always produce blockbusters and occasional, wonderful novelties; Queens is an undervalued wonderland of cuisines. But NYC, as an engine of influence, is stagnant. This is a time in Manhattan to fall ba...

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2018-07-11 12:00:03



The 38 Best California Restaurants, Mapped  

Find perfect pastries in Los Angeles, outstanding pho in Orange County, and incredible tacos in Sonoma The time has come for Eater's first-ever guide to California, wherein we name the 38 most essential restaurants all across the 160,000-plus square miles that make up Golden State. Over three months traipsing from San Diego to Sacramento, along the coastline and inland and then back again skimming the Pacific, Eater found plenty of exceptional tasting menus and tacos. But t...

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2018-07-11 12:00:02



The Central Valley Is the Heart and Soul of California  

A dispatch from Highway 99 and the underappreciated wonderland of Mexican food that stretches from Bakersfield to Sacramento I didn't know what to expect as I merged from Interstate 5 onto Highway 99, the 425-mile road that serves as the scruffy spine of California's Central Valley. As someone who prides himself on knowing the Golden State as the former editor-in-chief of OC Weekly and a columnist for the Los Angeles Times, I had visited the region just twice before: 15 yea...

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2018-07-11 12:00:02



Why Isn't This Chile Pepper More Famous?  

In praise of the mild-mannered Fresno chile, a California pepper waiting for its close-up The chile looks a lot like a jalapeno and, well, it tastes like a jalapeno, too. But, you know, different. I first noticed it when I was eating the rice and beans at B.S. Taqueria downtown Los Angeles. The dish — the rice and beans — had a lot going on: The rice was puffed; the beans (white and garbanzos) were lightly fried. There were also grilled onions and cotija cheese, all served ...

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2018-07-11 12:00:02



The Guide to California's Cowboy Country   

In the hills of the Central Coast, surfer and vaquero cultures collide over barbecue tri-tip, pinquito beans, and links of linguica sausage There's a big, semi-climactic scene in the 2004 film Sideways where the angsty failed-writer character Miles, played by Paul Giamatti, broods on the topic of his infatuation with pinot noir to his love interest, played by Virginia Madsen, on the front porch of her quaint home in California's Santa Ynez Valley. The impassioned speech las...

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2018-07-11 12:00:02



The 38 Essential Restaurants of California  

The tasting menus, taco trucks, and farm-to-table havens that exemplify America's most dynamic dining region California, for those of us who live to eat, is everything. Its very name invokes a thousand different ingredients and dishes. Forty years ago, its chefs, farmers, entrepreneurs, activists, visionaries, and romantics began jolting this country from a canned-soup stupor into a Technicolor world of freshness. Yet it's also the birthplace of the fast-food cheeseburger...

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2018-07-11 12:00:02



Watch: On the First Episode of 'No Passport Required,' Marcus Samuelsson Explores Middle Eastern Food Traditions  

The chef gets a closer look at food culture in one of America's largest Middle Eastern communities On the premiere of No Passport Required, chef Marcus Samuelsson heads to Michigan to meet with chefs, restaurateurs, business owners, and others from the large Middle Eastern community in Detroit and Dearborn. He eats falafel and Iraqi samoon; shares a meal of maqluba, dolmas, and other Syrian and Turkish dishes with a family who sought refuge in Detroit after leaving Syria; coo...

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2018-07-10 13:32:51



Food Network to Launch 'Triple D Nation,' 'Ultimate Summer Cook-Off,' and More New Shows   

Here's a rundown of all the shows that are hitting the cable network soon Over the next several weeks, the Food Network and its TV sibling the Cooking Channel will be launching four new series focusing on the types of foods people tend to like to eat during the summertime. One of the new shows is a cooking competition, two are travel shows in the vein of Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, and another is an actual spinoff of Triple D. Here's what's coming up: Seaside Snacks...

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2018-07-10 12:25:23



Ex-Bar Tartine Chefs Launch Smokebread, a New Daytime Pop-Up in San Francisco  

Nick Balla and Cortney Burns will set up shop at the Perennial

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2018-07-10 12:23:48



'No Passport Required' Celebrates the Food and the Stories of Immigrants in America  

From the Editor: The show, hosted by chef Marcus Samuelsson, is both timely and uplifting This post originally appeared on July 8, 2018, in Eater's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. When you work on a project for over two years, the timeliness of its release is always left up to chance. But given the recent 4th of July holiday, where many of us ponder how we feel ...

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2018-07-10 11:45:01



Watch: Santa Fe's Coyote Cafe Remains a Legend After 31 Years  

Cooking in America meets the chef and owner behind the standard-bearer of modern Southwestern cuisine Eduardo Rodriguez and Quinn Stephenson both started as dishwashers when they landed their first restaurant industry jobs. Stephenson was in his teens and followed up the gig by gracefully falling into every position in the front of house. For Rodriguez however, his restaurant path only started after he left behind plans for an architecture degree. Today Rodriguez and Stephens

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2018-07-10 11:12:02



Stop Asking Me If I 'Saved Room' for Dessert  

Six simple changes restaurants could make to be more inclusive of people in recovery from eating disorders When you're in rehab for an eating disorder, one of your final challenges before being discharged is going out to eat at a restaurant. It's the ultimate test, meant to confirm how you respond when confronted with food in the real world. Of course, the experience itself is pretty removed from the "real world": You've already memorized the menu and chosen what to o...

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2018-07-10 11:04:34



All About Star London Chef Andrew Wong's Next Restaurant, Kym's  

Kym's will open in September 2018

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2018-07-10 10:36:55



The 10 Hottest New Restaurants in Vancouver   

Where to find pork belly tacos, beef tallow fries, and gooey Cubano sandwiches in Canada's bustling west coast metropolis Today, Eater visits Vancouver, Canada, to check in with 10 newish bars and restaurants that are garnering some serious buzz. We've once again tapped local food writer Nikki Bayley to select her picks for the best Van City openings of the past year. They may be keeping it local with seafood (Coquille) and steaks (the Shop: Two Rivers), but Vancouver dine...

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2018-07-10 10:21:05



Watch Gordon Ramsay Critique Stephen Colbert's Brunch Cooking  

Plus, IHOb is IHOP again, and more food news Gordon Ramsay was on The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday night, and he brought out his usual shouty, demeaning schtick. Ramsay made fun of a shrimp-and-grits dish that Colbert cooked, saying, "It looks like someone's puked in that." The chef also revealed he prepared a meal for Russian President and Donald Trump bestie Vladimir Putin back in the day. Here's the clip: A chocolatier in Los Angeles has concocted a ...

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2018-07-10 10:15:03



You Wear What You Eat  

From White Castle hoodies to Momofuku sneakers, food lovers are repping their obsessions with chains and restaurants in a fashionable way Hours after the indie fashion house Telfar presented its Spring/Summer 2016 collection during New York Fashion Week, the brand hosted an afterparty at an unexpected venue: a White Castle in Hell's Kitchen. White Castle had been a recurring theme for the brand's founder, Telfar Clemens, for years, and the iconic slider chain has even cat...

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2018-07-10 10:05:27



Mitch McConnell Heckled Out of Restaurant for Second Time in Two Days  

A crowd of protestors played Public Enemy's 'Fight the Power' and shouted "no justice, no peace" No restaurant in Louisville, Kentucky, is safe for Mitch McConnell, it seems. Protesters followed the Senate Majority Leader to his dinner destination on Sunday night, blasting Public Enemy's "Fight the Power" and chanting "no justice, no peace." McConnell and his group was forced to leave Italian restaurant Sarino mid-meal due to the disturbance, according to th...

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2018-07-10 04:33:56



The French Are Not Okay With Spanish Rosé Being Passed Off as 'French'  

Everything is not rose As many as 10 million bottles worth of Spanish wine may have been passed off as French wine, following an investigation from a French government body. Le Parisien reports that a government organization for consumer affairs and fraud control investigated various wine importers and distributors in France in 2016 and 2017, unearthing issues ranging from overly vague wine labels to outright fraud. The French outlet suggests that it was primarily rose wines...

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2018-07-09 16:14:52



Accused Sexual Harasser Charlie Hallowell Sells Another Oakland Restaurant  



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2018-07-09 14:06:25



Unfair Fast-Food Employment Contracts Are Being Targeted by 11 States  

Attorneys General are questioning so-called "no hire" and "no poach" rules, which affect a majority of fast-food workers Despite a low unemployment rate, wages are stubbornly stagnant — particularly in the restaurant industry, where an array of factors, including so-called "no hire" or "no poach," rules keep workers from taking home a living wage. Major chains like Dunkin' Donuts, Wendy's, Burger King, Arby's, Five Guys, Little Caesars, Popeyes, and Pan...

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2018-07-09 11:13:00



Stephen Miller Threw $80 of Sushi in the Garbage After Getting Heckled   

A recent sushi run did not turn out as planned for the Trump adviser Stephen Miller just can't catch a break at restaurants. After getting called a "fascist" by diners at a D.C.-area Mexican restaurant last month, the White House senior policy adviser had another incident at dining establishment recently, where he was taunted by someone while picking up a take-out dinner order. The Washington Post reports that the Miller was picking up $80 worth of sushi at an unnamed ...

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2018-07-09 11:00:01



Watch: A 200-Year-Old Restaurant in Tokyo Devoted to Eel  

Nodaiwa has focused on various preparations of unagi through five generations of chefs Ahead of the beloved Japanese method of yakitori — skewered chicken grilled over a charcoal fire — chefs were skewering unagi, or eel, over an open flame for centuries. Unagi is available in every river across Japan, and it's not uncommon for a restaurant to specialize in the delicacy. Take Nodaiwa in the Higashi Azabu area of Tokyo for example, a 200-year-old restaurant that has focuse...

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2018-07-09 10:34:14



How to Watch Eater and PBS's New Show 'No Passport Required'   

Hosted by Marcus Samuelsson, the series premieres Tuesday, July 10th No Passport Required, a new show from Eater and PBS, premieres on Tuesday, July 10, at 9 p.m. (8 p.m. Central) and celebrates the wide-ranging diversity of immigrant traditions and cuisine woven into American food and culture. In each of the six episodes, chef and host Marcus Samuelsson heads to a different American city to learn more about how a particular community has influenced the area it now calls home.

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2018-07-09 10:22:35



Adult Sippy Cups Will Replace Plastic Straws at Starbucks by 2020  

Paper or compostable plastic straws will still be available upon request for customers who need them It looks like the plastic straw may be going the way of the fax machine and fountain pen: Starbucks, the world's biggest coffee seller, announced plans to nix straws at all of its stores by 2020. The chain, with more than 28,000 locations, is officially the largest food company in the world to make this promise, and has the power and influence to spur other restaurants of all ...

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2018-07-09 10:14:44



Taco Bell Has Unleashed Hash Brown-Shell Tacos in India  

Plus, a Starbucks barista helped deliver a baby in a parking lot, and more food news to start the week Taco Bell's India branch is offering a breakfast item called a "potaco," which is a taco with hash brown shells. This is a brilliant idea and sounds much better than a taco with a fried chicken shell. Hopefully, potacos will make their way to the United States soon. Congratulations to William Mahnken and Shannan Eller. The couple, who got engaged at the end of an ep...

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2018-07-09 09:28:04



Mitch McConnell Hounded Out of Louisville Restaurant by Protesters  

The Bristol Bar & Grille says they "are always happy to serve him" Republicans should probably stop going to restaurants: This past weekend, a crowd of protesters chased Mitch McConnell, the Senate Majority Leader, out of a restaurant in his hometown of Louisville, Kentucky. McConnell and two other men were leaving Bristol Bar & Grille in downtown Louisville after lunch when a group of angry constituents began shouting, "Vote you out!" and "Go home!" a video...

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2018-07-09 09:22:02



'People Don't Like It When You Call Them a Colonizer'  

The I-Collective is reclaiming the narrative of American Indian food — by placing erasure and the effects of food sovereignty at the center In a narrow industrial kitchen in late November 2017, a group of chefs and activists served a multicourse dinner to an overflowing crowd. Most of the group met for the first time a few days earlier, when they turned their donated ingredients into a free community meal at the American Indian Community House on the Lower East Side in Manhat...

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2018-07-07 09:12:02



Netflix's 'Somebody Feed Phil' Finds an Easygoing Groove in Season 2   

It's a simple show for complicated times This post originally appeared on July 6, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. This week, Netflix added new episodes of two big food shows to its roster: Somebody Feed Phil and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Here's everything you need to know about the new season of Phil Rosenthal's culinary travel show, followed by a...

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2018-07-06 16:19:10



Jerry Seinfeld Wears Out His Welcome in Netflix's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'   

Too many tone-deaf comments sink the celebrity interview show This post originally appeared on July 6, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. This week, Netflix added new episodes of two big food shows to its library: Somebody Feed Phil and Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee. Here's everything you need to know about the new season of Seinfeld's interview series. And ...

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2018-07-06 14:03:32



Trump's Mar-a-Lago Wants to Hire Foreign Workers as Servers and Cooks  

His own resort doesn't follow through with his call for a "requirement to hire American workers first" President Donald Trump, whose policies have consistently (and inaccurately) cast immigrants as a group that "takes jobs and benefits away from hardworking Americans" (his most recent tweet, using this exact phrasing, went out a scant 17 hours ago), has filed a request with the Department of Labor asking permission to hire 61 foreign workers as temporary cooks and fr...

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2018-07-06 11:00:02



Whataburger Customer Wearing MAGA Hat Gets Drink Thrown in Face   

Plus, Amazon is opening another convenience store, and more restaurant news to start the day A teenager named Hunter Richard claims that a man attacked him at a San Antonio location of Texas-based burger chain Whataburger on Wednesday night because he was wearing a red "make America great again" hat. A video of the incident shows an older man throwing a drink at the kid and stealing his hat. Local authorities later arrested the drink-thrower, a guy named Kino Jimenez, an...

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2018-07-06 10:34:41



Kachka's Casual Counterpart, Kachinka, Debuts in Portland  

The little sister to one of the best restaurants in America opens tonight with Russian dumplings and Moscow mules Tonight, Portland, Oregon will get the long-awaited second restaurant from Kachka chef Bonnie Morales. Kachka, the essential Portland restaurant often credited with ushering Russian food into mainstream culinary culture, closed earlier this week to make way for Kachinka, its more casual counterpart debuting in the same space. Kachka, which Bonnie Morales opened w

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2018-07-06 09:45:14



The Red Hen Reopens to Protesters and a Fully Booked Dining Room  

The Lexington, Virginia restaurant that ejected Sarah Huckabee Sanders has been closed for two weeks, following protests and harassment After a two-week hiatus, the Lexington, Virginia restaurant that ejected Sarah Huckabee Sanders is open once again. The Red Hen ignited a political firestorm after asking the White House Press Secretary to leave mid-meal on June 22, sparking online harassment, wild conspiracy theories, and the doxxing of its owner, and it closed its doors a few

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2018-07-05 15:55:03



Prince Charles Royally Pisses Off 'MasterChef' Fans by Refusing to Eat Anything  

The Prince of Wales became the Prince of Fails on an Australian edition of the cooking show Prince Charles is the next in line to the throne — but if he found out that the throne was full of MasterChef food, he'd shoot straight to the back of the line. Last night, viewers of the Australian version of MasterChef were shocked to see that the British Royal didn't eat anything that was served to him during his guest appearance on a much-hyped episode of the cooking competit...

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2018-07-05 14:30:01



Watch: Why Is the South Obsessed with Bojangles' Fried Chicken?  

But the beloved chain is unheard of in the rest of the country Chefs and restaurants around the country have tapped into the national fried chicken craze in recent years, but a lot of people will still find their favorite iteration at mega chains like Popeyes, Chick-fil-A, and Kentucky Fried Chicken. A slightly smaller chain with just as vocal of a following is Bojangles' — a North Carolina-based chain with locations throughout 12 states including North and South Carolina, ...

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2018-07-05 14:06:33



RIP 18,000 Barrels of Booze at Kentucky's Barton 1792 Distillery  

After two warehouse collapses, nearly one million gallons of alcohol might not be salvageable On June 22, drinkers in Kentucky mourned the collapse of a warehouse at Bardstown, Kentucky's Barton 1792 Distillery, which affected 9,000 barrels of different aging spirits. The average barrel, according to USA Today, holds 53 gallons, making the potential net loss from that initial collapse 477,000 gallons of booze — not to mention the local environmental impact. The spillage, wh...

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2018-07-05 11:00:34



New Documentary 'Constructing Albert' Looks at the Life of a Culinary Trailblazer   

Plus, the trade wars impact the American cheese industry, and more news to start the day A new documentary called Constructing Albert chronicles three years in the life of acclaimed Spanish chef Albert Adrià. The film tells the story of how the chef opened a handful of Barcelona restaurants — including the acclaimed Tickets and 41°— serving versions of the forward-thinking cuisine that Albert and his brother Ferran pioneered at their landmark, now-closed restaurant El Bu...

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2018-07-05 10:28:06



Starbucks Fires Barista Who Mocked Customer With a Stutter  

The employee wrote the name "SSSam" on the customer's cup Starbucks is being accused of insensitivity after an an employee in Philadelphia allegedly made fun of a customer with a stutter. On Sunday, Tan Lekwijit took to Facebook to relay an experience a friend had at the coffee chain, writing, "My friend Sam who is a stutterer stuttered on his name when ordering a coffee at Starbucks. The barista said, 'Okay, S-s-s-sam.' When he received his coffee, he was shocked t...

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2018-07-03 17:11:12



LaCroix CEO Accused of Improper Touching  

In two sexual harassment lawsuits, pilots hired to operate the brand's corporate jet detailed incidents occurring between 2014 and 2016 Nick Caporella, the 82-year-old CEO of National Beverage Corp., which produces the cultishly beloved LaCroix sparkling water brand, has been accused of sexual misconduct by two former employees, the Wall Street Journal reports. In two separate lawsuits, the two complainants allege Caporella inappropriately touched them, on multiple occasions,...

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2018-07-03 16:03:29



The Very Best Episodes of Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'  

Catch up, or get a first introduction to the show before its new season hits Netflix Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee returns with a new season on Netflix this Friday, July 6. The series, which, until this point, has been a web series on Crackle, is comedy giant Jerry Seinfeld's idea of a talk show. Each episode is roughly 15 minutes, and the premise is simple: Jerry invites people he admires in the business for a day of riding around in classic automobiles and visiting resta...

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2018-07-03 15:06:28



Is Vertical Farming Really the Future of Agriculture?  

Indoor, LED-lit growing operations produce food without soil or sunlight — but scaling up could prove difficult This story was originally published on Civil Eats. By now, the images of shelves full of perfect greens in hulking warehouses, stacked floor to ceiling in sterile environs and illuminated by high-powered LED lights, have become familiar. Food futurists and industry leaders say these high-tech vertical farming operations are the future of agriculture — able to o...

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2018-07-03 14:13:32



Do Mario Batali's Cookbooks Still Have a Place on Our Shelves?  

The chef's book sales have fallen dramatically while readers wrestle with what to do with their existing copies In December 2017, celebrity chef Mario Batali was accused of sexual misconduct by women in the culinary community and members of his own staff. Since then, other reports have surfaced, accusing the chef of groping fans at book signings and more inappropriate behavior within his own restaurants; he is now under criminal investigation for an assault that allegedly hap...

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2018-07-03 12:00:47



Inside Yotam Ottolenghi's Latest London Restaurant  



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2018-07-03 11:50:49






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