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Brad's Wife Got Fired From Cracker Barrel (And Now We Have All These Memes)  

The internet joke machine kicks into overdrive Brad's wife, Nanette, got fired from Cracker Barrel — that much we know. But the chain still hasn't offered any more details about just why she was terminated after 11 years on the job. It's been about a week since the this internet became obsessed with this story, which stemmed from a question that a fellow named Bradley Reid Byrd asked on the official Cracker Barrel Facebook page. Now people all across America are creating...

2017-03-29 16:02:01
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Meat, Bread, and More Meat at Red Hog in Louisville  

In Kentucky, roving critic Bill Addison discovers the epitome of the butcher's craft This story first appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic." Subscribe now to keep up with Eater's roving critic on the road. Last week we introduced something new to the Eater universe: The South's 38 Essential Restaurants, kicking off an ongoing project where we'll be singling out defining dining options in every region of the country. It's a natural p...

2017-03-29 15:32:01
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A Startup Wants You to Meet Your Political Nemesis at Starbucks  

What could possibly go wrong? Want to get free Starbucks coffee? Of course you do — and now, all you have to do is agree to a face-to-face meeting with someone whose politics you despise. That's the basic premise behind a new initiative from a startup called Hi From the Other Side, which aims to spark civil discourse between people on opposite sides of the political aisle. Here's how it works, according to according to Boston.com: Users can sign up for the app via Facebo...

2017-03-29 14:47:01
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Dominique Ansel Bakery's New Tokyo Location Features Cakes Floating Inside Balloons  

Plus, a Waffle House lawsuit and more food news to know Dominique Ansel Bakery's second Tokyo location opened today inside mega-store Mitsukoshi Ginza. Expect the same Instagram-friendly pastries that you can see at DAB's other outposts in New York and Japan, plus some Ginza-specific exclusives, like a black sugar DKA, chef-owner Ansel's popular version of the kouign amann; a roasted tomato hot dog bun shaped like a puppy; and a "zero gravity" cake that floats inside ...

2017-03-29 14:03:01
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In Kansas City, an Ambitious New Restaurant Pulls Triple Duty  

Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room has a la carte dining, a tasting menu, and live music There's a stage. There will be live music most every night. But make no mistake, there's a reason this Kansas City newcomer is called Corvino Supper Club & Tasting Room. "The dining experience comes first, it's not a music venue," says chef Michael Corvino, who made a name for himself in town at legendary institution the American Restaurant. He and his wife Christina Corvino a...

2017-03-29 13:36:13
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Michelin-Starred Dim Sum Arrives in Texas  

London-based Yauatcha opens its first mainland location in Houston

2017-03-29 13:03:01
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Carl's Jr. Abandons Its 'Slutburger' Ads  

Say goodbye to dripping burgers and bountiful cleavage It's the dawning of a new era for Carl's Jr./Hardee's: The chain is doing away with its long-running controversial ads that feature scantily clad women chowing down on giant burgers. The commercials, which first began airing in 2005, have featured everyone from Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian to Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi and are rife with glistening skin, dripping sauce, bountiful cleavage, and porn-y soft lighting....

2017-03-29 12:32:01
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The Demon Baker of Fleet Street  

The real stars of a new production of Sweeney Todd are the pies, made by a former White House pastry chef On a recent Sunday around noon, Bill Yosses, the former White House executive pastry chef, was standing in the middle of the West Village with two insulated black crates. He'd just pulled them out of his Jeep, which makes the 20-minute drive from his bakery, Perfect Pie in Long Island City, Queens, across the East River and into Manhattan at least once a day. Yosses was abo...

2017-03-29 12:02:01
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Trevor Noah's Genius Plan to Save Meals on Wheels  

Say hello to Meal Team Six The Trump administration recently proposed increasing military spending while potentially cutting funding to a slew of programs that are near and dear to Americans' hearts, including Meals on Wheels, which provides food and companionship to over 2.4 million elderly people. On last night's episode of the Daily Show, host Trevor Noah pitched one idea on how to keep Meals on Wheels alive: "If Trump only wants to spend money on the military, then may...

2017-03-29 11:02:01
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Meet the Company Taking the Halal Guys Global  

How a beloved NYC food cart grows into a successful chain On any given day in Manhattan, be it a balmy 80-degree afternoon or after midnight in the dead of winter, a long line of people can be seen snaking up the sidewalk at West 53rd Street and 6th Avenue in Midtown. They're not waiting to get their hands on the latest Cronut flavor or the new iPhone, but rather foil platters heaped to the brim with fragrant chicken and rice at the Halal Guys. The food cart's tagline is pla...

2017-03-29 10:31:01
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Watch: Dining on a Dime Heads to San Francisco  

Lucas and the crew are eating their way across the bay Dining on a Dime is back! Eater's original cheap eats video series has returned to the mainland (after a jaunt in Hawaii last season), but host Lucas Peterson and the crew were not quite ready to leave the West Coast. The only solution? A brand new season straight from San Francisco. Peterson travels all around the city and its surrounding areas to enjoy the best that the Bay has to offer — everything from a rice-fre...

2017-03-29 10:23:32
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Preview 'Tartine All Day,' Elisabeth Prueitt's New Cookbook  

Inside one of this season's hottest new releases Elisabeth Prueitt likes to tinker. As co-creator of San Francisco's Tartine Bakery, the new Tartine Manufactory, and its forthcoming branch in Los Angeles, the award-winning pastry chef is also the author of two books. The second, Tartine All Day: Modern Recipes for the Home Cook hits bookstores next week. Though the James Beard Award-winner built her career on wheat flour and its many uses, Prueitt discovered she had a glute...

2017-03-28 17:31:01
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Review: 'In Search of Israeli Cuisine' Doesn't Go Deep Enough  

Two stars out of five for the new documentary featuring Michael Solomonov Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein. "Food is not political. It is what is grown on this land by the people who are living in it. If they are called Palestinians or Israelis, I don't think the tomato cares," says the Israeli baker Erez Komarovsky in a par...

2017-03-28 12:47:01
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Cherry Blossom Cotton Candy Pizza Heralds the Triumphant Return of Spring  

A German beer garden in Tokyo debuts a bright pink delicacy Around this time every year, restaurants all across Japan serve specialties inspired by the blooming of the cherry blossom trees. Diners can enjoy sakura-themed beer, cakes, macarons, McFlurrys, Frappuccinos, and bottles of both Coke and Pepsi. This year, a German restaurant in Tokyo by the name of Schmatz is taking the sakura-inspired food trend to new heights with the introduction of a thin-crust pizza topped with che

2017-03-28 12:07:58
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Why You Should Be Drinking Steak, Not Eating It  

Superstar chef Jose Andres says we're eating meat all wrong Despite the existence of his vegetable-focused fast-casual restaurant, Beefsteak, chef Jose Andres loves to eat animals. "I am obsessed with meat," the multi-city chef says on a recent episode of the Eater Upsell. "I am a big chunk of meat on two legs." This advanced appreciation of a carnivorous diet — most on display at his Las Vegas restaurant Bazaar Meat by Jose Andres — means that the chef also ...

2017-03-28 11:11:46
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Cheddar's Sold to Olive Garden Parent Company for $780M  

Plus other food news to know today • Cheddar's Scratch Kitchen, the Texas-based casual chain best known for its chicken tenders, ribs, and broccoli casserole, will soon be swallowed by Darden Restaurants. Darden, best known as the corporate owner of the Olive Garden, reportedly ponied up $780 million for the Cheddar's chain, which has more than 160 locations nationwide. Cheddar's will join Olive Garden, LongHorn Steakhouse, and Eddie V's Prime Seafood in the Darden portfo...

2017-03-28 10:16:01
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Watch: These Shrimp and Mushroom Gyoza Are Stuffed With Local Hawaiian Ingredients  

Following the shrimp from pond to plate at Honolulu's Moku Kitchen On the Kualoa Ranch private nature reserve, a onetime taro patch, which has been converted into a shrimp pond, serves at the starting point of a popular Honolulu dish. On this episode of Deconstructed, watch as the fried shrimp and mushroom gyoza at Moku Kitchen come together, from the net to the table. Moku Kitchen's chef Todd Constantino prides himself on sourcing as many ingredients as he can from around...

2017-03-28 09:53:25
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Here's the Menu for Locol's West Oakland Bakery  

Baked goods, pizza, and more when Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson's spot opens later this week

2017-03-28 09:01:09
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Will Chipotle's New Tortillas Save Its Soul?  

CEO Steve Ells wants to renew his company's feel-good mission Two years ago Chipotle, the national burrito chain that's in the midst of a critical turnaround plan, announced it was going to completely rethink the heart of most of its menu items: the tortilla. When it's not made by hand, Mexico's most famous flatbread — made from either a corn or wheat-based dough — is generally mass produced using chemical additives. Inspired by artisanal Mexican tortillas, this year ...

2017-03-28 02:26:02
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Dominique Crenn Finally Makes It Onto World's 50 Best List; Just Not the Top 50  

The full list will be unveiled next week Next week in Melbourne, Australia, the World's 50 Best Restaurants will reveal its annual ranking of expensive culinary establishments run by a collection of predominantly male chefs. But today, the guide unveiled its consolation prize: the 51-100 list, a mix of older venues that fell off the proper list along with newer spots making their debut. This year's big news is the appearance of Dominique Crenn. Long heralded as one of Americ...

2017-03-27 18:02:01
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Shaq Lets Restaurant Servers Dictate Their Own Generous Tips  

A true American hero NBA legend/Kazaam star Shaquille O'Neal has a lot of money and he's not afraid to spend it — especially when it involves tipping waiters and other people who help him out. Munchies notes that in 1997, Shaq once famously tipped a bellhop $100 for driving him to McDonald's to get a Big Mac, and he generally offers $300 as gratuity for valet service. On Jimmy Kimmel Live last week, the basketball hero explained his philosophy on tipping in dining rooms: ...

2017-03-27 16:27:30
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Offal Maestro Chris Cosentino Opens Jackrabbit in Portland, OR  

Feast your eyes on the brand new space

2017-03-27 16:02:01
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Watch: Deep-Fried Hot Dogs at Rutt's Hut Are as Good as Wieners Get  

The New Jersey mainstay has been serving hot dogs with a "concussive crunch" since 1928 No stranger to iconic hot dog purveyors in the tri-state area (his visit to Walter's resulted in a box full of the establishment's beloved butterflied sausages), The Meat Show host and professional carnivore Nick Solares takes a trip to Clifton, New Jersey to check Rutt's Hut off his list. The 90-year-old counter-service spot is home to hot dogs with a characteristic "concussive cr...

2017-03-27 15:02:00
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Will Anthony Bourdain Ever Forgive Eric Ripert for Taking Him Snowshoeing?  

This photo of the Parts Unknown host is priceless Famous chef bromances are a dime a dozen these days (see: Rene and David; David and Sean; Sean and Danny; Danny and Sean and Inaki; Inaki and David; David and Rene and Danny). Updates about these BFFs on social media range from cute to cloying to irritating to delete-Instagram-obnoxious. But there's one bromance that somehow always seems fresh, fun, and not a teensy bit forced: the bond between America's favorite culinary sil...

2017-03-27 13:36:27
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Are These Coffee Shops the Reason for Brooklyn's Gentrification?  

In New York City, real estate brokers sling espresso to "diverse groups of younger people"

2017-03-27 13:03:01
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Starbucks Barista Error Becomes Planet in 'Rogue One: A Star Wars Story'  

A long time ago, in the Frappuccino galaxy far, far away... With every new Star Wars film, the people at Lucasfilm/Disney are tasked with coming up with a slew of new sing-songy nonsense names for Jedi knights, bad guys, planets, and aliens, some of which will be slapped across officially branded merchandise. As it turns out, the process of coming up with these titles is not always very formal or scientific. In a new interview with CNN, filmmaker Gareth Edwards reveals that a mi

2017-03-27 12:07:19
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José Andrés Has a New American Dream  

"Provide for others what you dream to provide for yourself." Jose Andres has been a certified celebrity chef for a while now. The chef-owner of 26 restaurants has helped popularize tapas in America, has invented what some (including Upsell co-host Helen Rosner) consider the world's best margarita, and has used his considerable platform to advocate for immigration reform. In fact, last year President Obama awarded Andres a National Humanities Medal for all his contributio...

2017-03-27 12:02:01
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Watch: O Ya Makes Omakase Playful  

This high-end Japanese restaurant takes inspiration from BLT sushi rolls  In New York City's Murray Hill neighborhood, a small sign and row of bamboo are all of O Ya that is visible from the street. The high-end Japanese restaurant from husband and wife team Nancy and Tim Cushman, a sister to their Boston location of the same name, O Ya NYC offers a nontraditional take on omakase — and that "chef's choice" dining experience is featured in this week's episode of 60 ...

2017-03-27 11:02:01
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Conspiracy Theorist Alex Jones Is Sorry About That Whole Pizzagate Thing  

The InfoWars host admits the wild theory was "based on a false narrative" InfoWars overlord Alex Jones, the shouty conspiracy theorist who insists the Sandy Hook massacre was a hoax, is doing some rare backtracking: He's now apologizing for propagating "Pizzagate," the widely debunked theory involving a Washington, DC pizzeria, child sex trafficking, and the Clinton campaign. The bizarre rumors began circulating during the 2016 presidential campaign after WikiLeaks rel...

2017-03-27 10:02:01
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Why It's So Hard to Build the Chipotle of Pasta  

Meet the chefs trying to make grab-and-go pasta happen In the mid-1990s, two chain restaurants launched in Denver, Colorado. One went on to open over 2,000 locations, spawn several competitors, and become the household name in giant takeout burritos. The other, Noodles & Company, opened just two years after Chipotle in 1995, serving Korean, Thai, and Japanese noodle dishes alongside Italian pastas, macaroni and cheese, and stroganoff. Last month, it announced it's closing a...

2017-03-26 13:05:40
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LocoL Bakery Arrives in West Oakland This Month  

It's opening March 31 The team behind LocoL is preparing to bring a new bakery project to Oakland, California, this month. The fast-growing chain founded by chefs Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson with a mission of bringing nutritious, affordable food to underserved neighborhoods, revealed the location and opening date in a post to Instagram on Saturday. The eatery is taking over the building formerly home to Tomm's Bar-B-Q & Deli at 3446 Market Street in West Oakland, less...

2017-03-26 11:04:56
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Eater Is Creating the Ultimate Road Trip Guides  

Starting with the essential 38 restaurants in the South This post originally appeared in EIC Amanda Kludt's From the Editor newsletter, a roundup of the most important intel and stories in food and dining each week. Subscribe now. Bill Addison, national treasure and Eater restaurant editor (and newsletter writer), travels 40 weeks out of the year, dining at some of America's best restaurants, from the Napa tasting menu palaces to the roadside whole hog shacks of North Caroli...

2017-03-25 12:08:25
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Recipe: How to Make the Fluffiest Omelet Ever  

Crispy, light, and full of flavor The current dominating theory on omelets is that they should be soft and pale, the eggs just-set with an interior the texture of creamy custard. But you know what? There's more than one way to make an omelet. This version, which is offered at New York City's Egg Shop — the popular brunch spot's cookbook is out now — is more like the kind of omelet we all grew up with: Crispy and brown on the outside and filled with meat, vegetables, and...

2017-03-24 16:59:30
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Avocado Toast Officially Acknowledged in the Associated Press Stylebook  

Other new food entries: poke, ramen, and bone broth Every year, copy editors the nation over gather at the American Copy Editors Society conference to debate grammar, style, and the utility of the Oxford comma. Most thrillingly, the Associated Press Stylebook, the style manual preferred by Eater, presents its annual updates. And this year, there are some odd choices. Eleven changes to the stylebook's food guidelines were introduced this afternoon, including entries on ramen, f...

2017-03-24 16:02:00
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Watch: Popotla Is a Seafood Lover's Dream Come True  

Crab, clams, and lobster are aplenty in this tiny Mexican fishing village On a culinary road trip from Los Angeles to the Valle de Guadalupe, brother and sister Fernando and Bricia Lopez (whose family runs the James Beard Award-winning Restaurante Guelaguetza in LA) make a pit stop in Popotla, a seafood mecca 35 miles south of Tijuana. The small, colorful fishing village is a destination for some of Baja California's freshest fish and shellfish, and the perfect place for Open R...

2017-03-24 14:33:01
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Before You Break Up With Salt Bae, Watch This Cheeseburger Video  

It's hard to quit this guy when he keeps on givin' After surfing a wave of viral fame earlier this year, the Turkish meat maestro known as Salt Bae made one wrong move and got sucked into the digital undertow. But this misstep did not break his spirit. Instead Salt Bae — whose real name is Nusret Gökçe — paddled back out into the social media sea and now the big kahuna is hanging ten once again. The man with all the sodium just dropped a new video that, by Salt Bae st...

2017-03-24 13:32:00
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USDA vs. FDA: What's the Difference?  

Explaining the weirdly complicated food inspection system in America The only difference, usually, between a cheese pizza and a pepperoni-topped pizza is the pepperoni. Yet in the United States of America, two completely different government agencies are responsible for regulating and inspecting each. A frozen pepperoni pizza, because it contains meat, will go through three separate USDA inspections: At the slaughterhouse, at the pepperoni-making facility, and at the pizza factor

2017-03-24 12:32:41
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Guy Fieri Gets More Airtime to Spread the Donkey Sauce Gospel  

Hold on to your pepperoni: Fieri is busting out all over the place After 10 years of filming Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives, the Food Network is giving human boogie board Guy Fieri another TV show that will build upon the success of his wildly successful program. At the Scripps upfronts yesterday, the network announced a new show called Guy's Big Project, which will feature Fieri working with chefs that he discovered on Triple D to develop a new Food Network show. It basicall...

2017-03-24 12:02:01
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Eatsa Sued for Not Making Kiosks Accessible to the Blind  

The restaurant where no human contact is required has the technology, but isn't using it Eatsa, the modern automat that opened its first location in San Francisco in 2015, has been sued for not accommodating blind patrons in its ordering model or store design. Disability rights advocates filed the class action suit earlier this week in New York City, according to Recode (view the suit in full, below). The fast-food chain, which specializes in quinoa-based bowls, currently run...

2017-03-24 11:02:01
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McDonald's Big Mac Sauce Is Finally Coming to Stores… in Canada  

Plus other food news to know today • Canada always gets the things we Americans don't deserve. After breaking the internet earlier this year by giving away 10,000 bottles of Big Mac Sauce, McDonald's has announced the coveted burger condiment will finally be available for retail sale — but only in Canada. Big Mac Sauce, not to mention bottled versions of the sauces that top Filet-O-Fish and McChicken sandwiches, will hit grocery store sh...

2017-03-24 09:48:00
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The 38 Essential Rome Restaurants  

Where to find pizza by the slice and perfect pasta in Italy's capital Roman cuisine is defined by a unique set of ingredients, techniques, and dishes that set it apart from the food of all other Italian cities. While the city's classic spots dominate dining options and serve a predictable litany of specialties such as cacio e pepe (pasta with Pecorino Romano cheese and black pepper), carbonara (pasta with egg, cured pork jowl or belly, Pecorino Romano cheese, and b

2017-03-24 09:32:01
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Watch: This Is How Philly's Oldest Korean Restaurant Does Sashimi  

"K-Town" heads to Seorabol, the original Korean spot in Philadelphia Korean cuisine lends itself well to specialized restaurants that focus on one particular facet, like chimek (crispy fried chicken and beer), bibimbop, or do-it-yourself Korean barbecue. But one establishment in Philadelphia has won a loyal following for offering a bounty of Korean food (and sushi), from a menu with over 130 items. Eater LA editor and host of K-Town Matthew Kang stops by this week to sample a...

2017-03-23 18:45:24
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Ina Garten's New Show Will Teach You to 'Cook Like a Pro'  

Rejoice: Ina's back Grand dame of culinary television Ina Garten has a new series in the works. Details are scarce at the moment, but Cook Like a Pro will premiere on Food Network in mid-May. Garten announced the big news on social media Thursday. Fun today filming with Lidey for my new TV series, "Cook Like a Pro" on @foodnetwork !! Airing mid-May; stay tuned!! #CookLikeAPro #barefootcontessa A post shared by Ina Garten (@inagarten) on Mar 23, 2017 at 9:04am PDT ...

2017-03-23 17:55:46
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The Internet Is Mad as Hell at Cracker Barrel Right Now  

Why was Brad's wife fired? Social media editors for big restaurant chains typically don't make hiring and firing decisions for individual locations. Nevertheless, old-timey brand Cracker Barrel has seen its Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter accounts come under siege after an employee was allegedly dismissed from one of its Indiana outposts. Following the firing, an angry internet mob is demanding #JusticeForBradsWife. The saga began late last month when some guy named Brad po...

2017-03-23 15:32:01
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SBE-Hakkasan Merger Would Create One Clubstaurant Group to Rule Them All  

Get ready for more expensive food and celebrity appearances than ever before Two mega hospitality and nightlife groups are in talks to merge: SBE Entertainment has confirmed to the Wall Street Journal that it is in "advanced talks to combine" with the Hakkasan Group, which WSJ sources say would create one gigantic company worth $1 billion. That's a lot of bottle service and paid celebrity appearances. Per SBE, the idea is to bring the Hakkasan properties into the SBE fold....

2017-03-23 14:46:01
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Ina Garten Makes Stephen Colbert's Cookbook Dreams Come True  

The late-night host has a major crush on the Barefoot Contessa Last week, Late Show host Stephen Colbert revealed his obsession with Hamptons-based cookbook author/lifestyle guru/real American hero Ina Garten via a series of hilarious tweets. Colbert joked about making her elephant ear recipe and asked why there were so many empty seats at Garten's table. He also pitched her on a collaboration called Cooking for Stephen. Hey @inagarten, saw you baked elephant ears. Though...

2017-03-23 14:02:01
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A Brief History of Cheerwine  

North Carolina's favorite cherry soda goes hand in hand with barbecue Soft drinks may be as American as apple pie, but sales have been on the decline for the past decade; last year, for the first time ever, the U.S. consumed more bottled water than soft drinks. But despite growing concern over sugar's health effects (and the related emergence of controversial soda taxes), many Americans are unlikely to give up their beloved carbonated beverages until they're pried from thei...

2017-03-23 13:32:01
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The NBA Is Addicted to Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches  

7 fascinating facts from ESPN's PB&J investigation Pro athletes are basically superhumans, consistently achieving the kind of stuff — epic slam dunks, impressive runs, impossibly accurate long-distance shots — that mere mortals can only dream of. So it would only be natural to assume they run on sophisticated diets of high-tech protein shakes, grass-fed beef, and enough kale and quinoa to feed a literal army. But according to a delightful new story from ESPN, the NBA is...

2017-03-23 12:05:42
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'Mind of a Chef' and 'Emeril' Dominate Daytime Emmy Award Nominations  

Here are the chefs and restaurateurs who are nominated this year On Sunday, April 30, a slew of producers and stars from game shows, soap operas, morning TV, chat programs, and cooking series will gather at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium for the 44th annual Daytime Emmy Awards. This year, a number of very famous chefs and restaurateurs are nominated, including Emeril Lagasse, Ina Garten, Mario Batali, Lidia Bastianich, and Guy Fieri. The shows Mind of a Chef and Eat the World With

2017-03-23 10:50:10
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The South's 38 Essential Restaurants  

The dining rooms, shacks, stands, storefronts, and counters that define America's most vibrant dining region Last July I had a pulled pork plate that perfectly summarized dining in the South right now. It was at Miller Union, a convivial restaurant in Atlanta (where I live — at least, for the week or so a month when I'm not on the road). You'll find pulled pork plates everywhere in the South, of course; on this one, devised by chef and Georgia native Steven Satterfield, t...

2017-03-23 10:40:09
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The 38 Best Restaurants in the South  

Where to eat in Nashville, New Orleans, and beyond Southern food is a mosaic. A constellation of culinary influences came together over the last 300 years to give us defining pleasures like skillet fried chicken, cornbread, cheese grits, collards in porky potlikker, and caramel cake. This was a cuisine built on Native American acumen, colonialism and the spice trade, adaptive farming in fertile soil, and on the sheer resilience of Africans sold or born into the horrors of slavery

2017-03-23 10:31:01
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Gordon Ramsay's New Show Is Appropriately Called 'The F-Word'  

Plus, other food news to know today • There's somehow room for even more Gordon Ramsay on FOX. As previously announced, the shouty chef — who already stars in the network's reality series MasterChef, MasterChef Junior, and Hell's Kitchen — will soon premiere his live culinary competition called The F Word, based on a British series of the same name and conceit. The F Word — which this promo points out stands for "food," not Ramsay's favorite word, "fuck" ...

2017-03-23 10:11:14
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Instagram Could Transform Into a Yelp Competitor  

The ability to book appointments is coming — could restaurant reservations be next?

2017-03-23 10:02:01
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A Guide to Lisa Frankenfoods  

This trend refuses to die Instagram is now awash with wildly colorful photos of foodstuffs bearing classifications like "mermaid," "galaxy," and "unicorn." Like all great viral foods, they're meant to be consumed with your eyes, not your mouth. But that doesn't stop 'grammers and food bloggers from feverishly sharing them and trying to create new dishes inspired by mythical creatures and the heavens above. Here's a guide to the different styles of polychromati...

2017-03-23 09:32:01
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Watch: Preserving the Tradition of Whole Hog Barbecue in Tennessee  

At Scott's-Parker's Barbeque, a son keeps his father's cooking techniques alive Growing up, Zach Parker spent a lot of time at his father's whole hog barbecue restaurant, Scott's-Parker's Barbeque in Lexington, Tennessee. Zach wasn't just working the cash register. He was learning his father's trade, first shoveling the pits and then eventually learning how to cook the meat using his father's techniques. Even at 14 years old, Zach wanted to "keep the tradition...

2017-03-22 17:33:01
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'Top Chef' Heads to Colorado for a Rocky Mountain High  

The next season of the show will debut at the end of the year Tom Colicchio, Padma Lakshmi, Gail Simmons, Graham Elliot, and a bunch of hopeful hash slingers are headed to Colorado for season 15 (!) of Top Chef, the show that will outlive us all. In an announcement about the new season, Bravo executive vice president Shari Levine remarks: "We are always on the hunt for the next great culinary destination and Colorado is fast becoming a hot spot for young chefs and foodies, maki...

2017-03-22 17:02:01
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Blue Apron Just Acquired Bill Niman's Other Ranch  

BN Ranch is the second company from Bill Niman of Niman Ranch fame Meal kit pioneer Blue Apron just snapped up one of its suppliers: Today the startup announced it's acquiring sustainable meat producer BN Ranch. Founded by rancher Bill Niman, the company has been supplying Blue Apron boxes with grass-fed beef since 2015. Niman, of course, is best known for Niman Ranch, the niche meat company he founded in the 1970s and sold in 2005. Though it became famous for humanely raised ...

2017-03-22 16:02:01
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Sanctuary Restaurants Are Redefining the Meaning of Hospitality  

Inside the businesses fighting today's "environment of fear" It was a Wednesday morning, less than a week after the inauguration of President Donald J. Trump, when an Associated Press story hit the wires calling Russell Street Deli in Detroit, Michigan, a sanctuary restaurant. Co-owner Ben Hall woke up to find that the article was already getting picked up widely on local and national news sites. Several weeks prior, Hall had given an interview outlining his reasons for j...

2017-03-22 15:02:01
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Say Hello to New Jersey's Weed-Themed Restaurant  

Weedbukx doesn't actually serve any cannabis products New Jersey's first (and only) weed-themed restaurant is getting a revamp. The controversial Trenton business will reopen next month — on 4/20, naturally — under a new moniker: Weedbukx Cafe. Unfortunately for NJ pot enthusiasts, Weedbukx won't actually serve any cannabis products; the psychoactive plant will merely serve as a theme, with the cafe's interior intended to "mirror an actual medical marijuana grow ro...

2017-03-22 14:02:00
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Freshii CEO Writes Open Letter to Subway: 'Let's Change the World Together'  

Matthew Corrin wants the two chains to join forces Freshii, a Canadian fast-casual salad and wrap concept founded in 2005, is making headlines again because its CEO likes to give unsolicited advice to other CEOs and business leaders. This week Freshii founder and CEO Matthew Corrin wrote an open letter to Subway, the privately-owned sandwich chain, suggesting the companies form a partnership whereby "select Subway stores" are converted "to Freshii restaurants in a quick, lo...

2017-03-22 13:16:01
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This Restaurant Plates Food On the Back of Your Hand  

At least there are no dishes to clean afterward Diners are accustomed to eating food with their hands — but how about eating food off the back of their hands? To kick off the nine-course tasting menu at his new restaurant Brown & Bean in Plymouth, England chef Anton Piotrowski plates each element of an apple and pork dish on the bare skin of his guests. Here's what that looks like: Great #theatre at @BrownAndBean #michelin #experience #trustthechef #handy #yum #foo...

2017-03-22 12:32:01
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Girl Scout Cookie-Flavored Beer Is an Actual Thing  

Plus, other food news you need to know today • Here's a sweet something 100 percent of America's Girl Scouts won't be able to consume: a Girl Scout cookie-flavored beer. Southern Tier Brewing Company — perhaps best known for its annual pumpkin-flavored brew, Pumking — has launched what it's calling the Thick Mint Stout, inspired by perennial Girl Scout cookie favorite, the Thin Mint. The beer, with a 10 percent alcohol content, is brewed with mint and cocoa nibs, an...

2017-03-22 11:32:01
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Starbucks Baristas Fight for More Parental Leave  

Corporate employees get three times as much paid leave as baristas Starbucks baristas are fighting for equal rights. The coffee chain has the best parental leave policy of any major restaurant chain, but there's a major disparity between store employees and those who work for the company's corporate office — and workers are demanding change. Yesterday Starbucks was presented with an 80,000 signature-strong petition urging it to provide equal paid family leave to both its c...

2017-03-22 10:35:01
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Watch: Helena's Is Home to the Best Hawaiian Food on Oahu  

"Dining on a Dime" tastes short ribs and kalua pork at the multi-award-winning eatery Helena's Hawaiian Food is one of Oahu's most respected institutions. First opened in 1946 by Helen Chock, the restaurant won the James Beard Foundation Regional Classic Award in 2000 for its simple menu of traditional island offerings. Helena's is a popular Kalihi neighborhood destination for its kalua pig (cooked in an underground pit oven called an imu) and its haupia (coconut milk-...

2017-03-22 10:03:16
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Andoni Luis Aduriz Has Major Expansion Plans  

The Mugaritz chef sets his sights on Dubai, Cuba, and a "worldwide" casual concept It took 20 years for Spanish chef Andoni Luis Aduriz to finally decide to open a new venue other than Mugaritz, his lauded restaurant in Errenteria, which is considered one of the pioneers of Spanish the modernist cuisine movement. Aduriz's long-awaited follow-up, Topa Sulkadería, opened in the beginning of March in San Sebastian's De Gros neighborhood, and it's Aduriz's homage to Lati...

2017-03-21 17:31:01
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David Chang Plays Himself on 'Billions'  

The Momofuku chef makes a cameo on his buddy Brian Koppelman's show The new episode of Billions, Showtime's thriller about a U.S. Attorney (played by Paul Giamatti) trying to take down a hedge fund heavy hitter (played by Damian Lewis), has a bunch of cameos from high-profile New York City restaurants. Lewis's character, the ultra-rich Bobby Axelrod, takes one of his cronies to dinner at Momofuku Ko, where David Chang himself delivers a few of the courses. As he's sett...

2017-03-21 17:20:46
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Legal Drama Swirls Around Beloved Brooklyn Pizzeria Roberta's  

A tale of billionaires, near-buyouts, and wage theft

2017-03-21 14:02:01
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How the Black Market Keeps Cuba's Private Restaurants in Business  

The challenge of running a restaurant "a la izquierda" On a recent January evening, tourists and a few Habaneros sat under a palm frond canopy sipping rum cocktails, listening to a live band playing Cuban folk songs — and eating notoriously difficult-to-procure lobster, a special of the day. California Cafe, a paladar, or newly legal, privately owned restaurant in a country where the state has controlled almost all businesses for the past half century, is owned by a coupl...

2017-03-21 13:17:31
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LA's Cult Sushi Chain Sugarfish Gets Zero Stars From NYT  

Pete Wells is wildly unimpressed

2017-03-21 13:02:00
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Gwyneth Paltrow Wastes Time Talking About Restaurants in Slack  

The actress/lifestyle guru explains why you shouldn't eat octopus One of the perks of working for triple-crunchy, macro-curious lifestyle brand Goop is that your boss Gwyneth Paltrow drops knowledge bombs about restaurants and sea creatures in Slack on the regular. During a recent chat with her crew about Los Angeles hot spots, including Middle Eastern-inspired newcomer Kismet, Gwyneth mentioned that she wouldn't eat grilled octopus at any restaurant because that animal is ...

2017-03-21 12:32:01
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The Perks of Being a Regular  

It's secretly liberating to go the same restaurant over and over There are 501 emails in my inbox that contain the word "Bianca." The first, from November 2004, is an email confirming dinner plans with my roommate at the time. The last, from September 2015, is a one-line Gchat to my husband: "Bianca closed last night :( :( :(." Nearly every week for more than a decade, I had found myself eating at Bianca, a quaint little Italian restaurant at the easternmost end of Bleeck...

2017-03-21 11:46:01
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At Starbucks, Victoria Beckham Is Still Posh Spice  

Forever a Spice Girl Some of today's youths may know Victoria Beckham only as a person who has achieved wealth and fame through fashion design and television appearances. Nineties kids, however, know she's Posh Spice, one of five Spice Girls who took the world by storm in 1996. It looks like at least one Starbucks barista in London remembers "Wannabe." When my mum goes to Starbucks!! A post shared by Romeobeckham (@romeobeckham) on Mar 19, 2017 at 2:47am PDT ...

2017-03-21 11:16:00
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Now Any Old Muggle Can Buy Butterbeer Ice Cream  

Plus other food news you need to know today • At last, Harry Potter fans need not be 1) wizards or 2) have easy access to Universal Studios theme parks to indulge in some butterbeer ice cream. Pennsylvania-based Yuengling's Ice Cream (which yes, is affiliated with the brewery) has announced the release of its Harry Potter-inspired flavor, featuring buttercream, butterscotch-flavored ice cream, and a butterscotch swirl. In author J.K. Rowling's popular books, butterbeer is a...

2017-03-21 10:46:01
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Starbucks Is Finally Serving Avocado Toast  

An unnaturally green spread, coming soon to a bagel near you Further proof that Starbucks is where hipster food trends go to die: The Frappuccino-slinging coffee chain has now fallen victim to the ubiquitous avocado toast trend. But as Starbucks is a global corporate behemoth and not your local cafe, baristas will (understandably) not be slicing open fresh avocados in between pulling espresso shots. Instead, stores nationwide are now selling plastic pods of "Organic Avocado Sp...

2017-03-21 10:08:00
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The 18 Essential Nairobi Restaurants  

From fish fries to fancy five-star dining in Kenya's capital Nairobi's culinary scene has been on an upward trajectory in recent years, with new eateries, cafes, and bars popping up almost weekly. A metropolitan city with a diverse restaurant culture, Nairobi's best dining experiences run the gamut from roadside food stalls to five-star dining establishments. Don't miss local specialities such as nyama choma (grilled meat, usually goat) and ugali, not to mention African-ins...

2017-03-21 09:32:09
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This Twice-Fried Chicken and Greens Begins on One Oahu Farm  

How Hawaii's Fête does farm-to-table "Fête is our hapa baby," the restaurant's website reads, referring to the Hawaiian term for a person of mixed ethnic heritage. "One part Hawaii and one part Brooklyn." Located in downtown Honolulu, Fête is the brainchild of managing partners Robynne Maii and Chuck Bussler, a self-proclaimed "seasonal New American neighborhood restaurant" with a focus on farm-to-table cooking. On this episode of Deconstructed, Eater follows t...

2017-03-20 17:32:01
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Why Mail a Postcard When You Can Send a Message Written on a Potato?  

Potato Parcel is the company for those who appreciate old-school snail mail and tubers The potato has experienced many ups and downs over the course of its existence on Earth. It served as a primary nutritional staple for the people of Ireland before succumbing to blight and causing mass emigration from the country. The potato's likeness has been used for a toy that is loved by children around the world. It became a form of ammunition when the first mischievous teenager discove...

2017-03-20 15:33:01
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A Huge Food Industry Strike Is Coming  

Hundreds of thousands of workers will take to the streets on May 1 Since the Trump administration moved into the White House some 60 days ago, millions of people across the country have been galvanized into activism — and another large-scale labor strike is being planned for May Day. The impending May 1 strike is being projected to include more than 300,000 non-union food chain workers, according to Buzzfeed News, as well as tens of thousands of unionized service workers such a...

2017-03-20 15:02:01
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Tokyo's New Nap Cafe Is an Actual Dream Come True  

Settle in for a two-hour snooze followed by a cup of coffee Tokyo is famously home to numerous unusual themed restaurants, from owl cafes to a restaurant dedicated to Ted, the American movie franchise starring a foul-mouthed anthropomorphized teddy bear. But its latest pop-up may be especially appealing to the city's hardworking masses: a nap cafe. Typically serving up only coffee and espresso, RocketNews24 reports the Nescafe Harajuku has temporarily been transformed into a c...

2017-03-20 14:31:01
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Watch: What Happens When You Remove European Influence from American Cooking  

Two chefs, no dairy, wheat flour, or processed foods "It's really good to understand how people were living here for centuries and millennia before Europeans came over," says Sean Sherman, who is the driving force behind the Sioux Chef, a Minnesota-based food company — and someday, restaurant — that focuses on indigenous cuisines and smashes Kickstarter records in the process. In a video from AJ+, Sherman describes how he has "removed all European influence" from hi...

2017-03-20 14:02:01
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4 Ways the Restaurant Industry Is Like the Music Industry  

Words of wisdom from music industry big shot-turned-restaurateur Ken Friedman Restaurateur Ken Friedman got his start in the music industry, which is evident when you consider the Spotted Pig's reputation for playing host to some of music's biggest names: The enduring New York City hotspot counts Jay Z, Kanye West, and Coldplay as frequent guests. (Friedman even remembers one staffer who got a job at the restaurant for the sole purpose of trying to meet U2.) But long before ...

2017-03-20 13:32:01
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Watch: Pork Steak Cooked Medium Is a Meaty Risk Worth Taking  

Brooklyn's Grindhaus goes beyond the traditional cuts On this week's episode of The Meat Show, host and professional carnivore Nick Solares offers two morsels of meat-eating advice to the viewer: 1) to explore pork beyond the more traditional cuts, and 2) to embrace lower cooking temperatures for the other white meat. To check both items off his own to-do list, Solares follows one lesser-known cut from the butcher's table to the dining room, ending with a plate full of "p...

2017-03-20 13:01:01
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The Queerest Little Coffee Shop in LA  

What happens when a cafe cares more about its community than about fancy drinks? On a cool, cloudy Sunday morning, in the sprawling backyard of a bungalow not far from the Los Angeles River, a monthly event called Queers, Coffee & Donuts was in full swing. An oval patio table was set with a press pot of Counter Culture coffee and a pot of jasmine-coconut tea, carafes of almond milk and half-and-half, and orange juice for BYOB mimosas. A sign on a glass jar suggested that atte

2017-03-20 12:09:04
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More Fresh Beef Is Coming to McDonald's  

Plus other food news to know today • McDonald's is expanding the reach of its fresh-beef burgers, bringing the "never frozen" patties to more than 300 restaurants in Texas. McDonald's started its fresh beef pilot program in May 2016 at just 14 Dallas-area locations, a decision that inspired many franchise owners to immediately express concern about food safety, costs, and storage. "The only ones who care [about fresh beef] are the ones who don't eat at McDonald's,...

2017-03-20 11:56:04
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Ken Friedman Knows How to Build a Buzzy Restaurant  

The music industry bigwig-turned-restaurateur talks trend, celebrities, and the dishes you can never take off the menu What I do every night is just throw a party," says Ken Friedman. It's this ethos that helped Friedman win the 2016 James Beard Award for Outstanding Restaurateur — something that can all be traced back to the Spotted Pig, his first restaurant with April Bloomfield, when the place that he expected to be little more than a "neighborhood watering hole," en...

2017-03-20 11:51:17
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There's More to This Austin Diner Than Meets the Eye  

Bonhomie is a bistro/diner hybrid from local hitmaker Philip Speer

2017-03-20 11:02:00
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Andrew Tarlow Looks Back on a Decade of 'Diner Journal'  

The restaurateur reflects on the past, present, and future of his influential magazine Several years before the launch of chef/restaurateur-driven publications like Cherry Bombe and Lucky Peach, Andrew Tarlow and his team started publishing the gorgeous, idiosyncratic Diner Journal. This magazine often features contributions from staffers from Tarlow's Brooklyn restaurants — Diner, Marlow & Sons, and Reynard — but it's not about those establishments, per se. Over th...

2017-03-20 10:16:01
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One of the Year's Biggest Openings Is Happening in St. Louis  

Feast your eyes on Vicia, the all-purpose restaurant from two fine-dining stars It's taken Tara and Michael Gallina a bit longer than they expected to arrive at today. When the Blue Hill at Stone Barns alums first announced the details of their eagerly awaited debut restaurant Vicia in St. Louis, they were shooting for a 2016 opening. "We'd be open to any book offers to write about the opening process," Tara, who is also the restaurant's general manager, joked to Eater ...

2017-03-20 10:16:01
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Your Next Favorite Magazine Could Be Published By a Chef  

A look at the current state of chef and restaurateur-driven food publications Over the last decade, countless food magazines and newspaper dining sections got slashed, gutted, or drastically reconfigured to keep up with the changing tastes of readers and advertisers. The recent announcement about Lucky Peach's impending demise serves as a reminder of just how hard it is for boundary-pushing print publications to stay in the game. But despite these major shifts in magazine pu...

2017-03-20 09:32:01
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Contra's Tasting Menu Will Leave No Diner Hungry  

Zoom through the Michelin-starred Manhattan restaurant's six-course tasting menu Contra serves imaginative, New American fare in a small, sleek space in Manhattan's East Village, and after just three years of operating, the restaurant was awarded a Michelin star in 2017. But chefs and co-owners Jeremiah Stone and Fabian Von Hauske haven't let the attention shape the restaurant; they want Contra to be a spot for any night, not just for a birthday or a special occasion. Keepi...

2017-03-19 12:03:00
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Philly Cheesesteaks Get a Korean Twist at Koja Grille  

Bulgolgi beef gives the American classic a kick in flavor Visiting Philadelphia means constantly being within spitting distance of a cheesesteak. Options range from the classics to hidden gems to creative interpretations of the traditional sandwich formula, but only one promised a flavor so bold that it lured Eater LA editor and K-Town host Matthew Kang all the way from the West Coast to try it. At Koja Grille — a popular food truck that recently opened as a brick-and-mortar ...

2017-03-19 11:03:01
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Actually, It Does Pay to Be a Food Writer  

The audience and the money are there This post originally appeared in EIC Amanda Kludt's From the Editor newsletter, a roundup of the most important intel and stories in food and dining each week. Subscribe now. I initially ignored a piece in the Ringer about the "rise and fall" of food writing a couple of weeks ago, but since I keep seeing it pop up on social media and in my inbox, I want to address it. The general gist of the piece is: people love food and food writing no...

2017-03-18 12:03:01
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Recipe: Think of Beet Dip As Fun, Hot-Pink Hummus  

Let this be the centerpiece of your next cocktail party You don't need to have dined at the New York City-based restaurant Jack's Wife Freda (there are two locations in downtown Manhattan) to know it. Like all of the world's best restaurants, it nails the crucial — but hard to consistently achieve — elements that make a restaurant great. The food and drinks are straightforward but flavorful, the service is friendly, the lighting is flattering, and there is a steady bust...

2017-03-18 11:02:58
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The Most Anticipated Restaurants Heading to an Eater City Near You  

A Katz Delicatessen expansion, reimagined Cajun food, and more Atlanta Austin Charleston Chicago Kailley Lindman Ross Mendoza in Chicago Dallas Denver Detroit Houston Official Chef Ho Chee Boon in the kitchen at Yauatcha in Houston Las Vegas Los Angeles Miami Montreal Official Siboire, coming to Montreal New Orleans New York Philadelphia Portland

2017-03-17 16:36:01
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Square Outage Forces Restaurants to Turn Customers Away  

A lesson in why tech-savvy restaurants need old-fashioned backup plans UPDATE: March 17, 5:55 p.m.: Square contacted Eater to confirm that the company first posted an official response 19 minutes after the outage began, not an hour, as previously reported. Nate Snell, owner of Pip's Original Doughnuts and Chai in Portland, was inventory shopping Thursday morning when he got a strange text from one of his employees. The system on which the store's entire checkout process was ...

2017-03-17 14:02:01
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What Is Irish Potato Candy?  

Tracing the origins of the sweet, spud-shaped confection Walk into almost any candy store in Philadelphia around mid-March and next to the usual chocolate truffles, caramels, and fudge, you may find piles of Irish potato candy, a uniquely Philadelphian treat that was neither invented in Ireland nor is typically made from potato. Like many regional foods, the candy evokes a sticky sort of nostalgia. "I remember eating Irish potatoes as a kid," says Paul Bugg of Pennsylvania'...

2017-03-17 13:02:00
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'The Great British Bake Off' Has a New Cast  

Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig will replace Mel and Sue Channel 4 has confirmed two new hosts for The Great British Bake Off, The Guardian reports. Comedians Noel Fielding and Sandi Toksvig OBE (an Officer of the Order of the British Empire for her services to broadcasting) will fill in for Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins, who announced in September that they would not be joining the show when it moved from the BBC. Channel 4 has also confirmed that restaurateur and food writer Pru

2017-03-17 12:32:01
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Chicago-Based Chef Iliana Regan Lands Two-Book Deal  

Plus, new releases from Carla Hall and James Oseland • Chicago-based chef Iliana Regan, who owns the Michelin-starred fine-dining restaurant Elizabeth as well as a new pub called Kitsune, will be writing two books in the next two years. The first, set to hit bookstores in 2018, is a memoir called Burn the Place. According to Publishers' Marketplace (subscription required) the book will be about "her life growing up in working-class Northwest Indiana, recovering from alcohol...

2017-03-17 12:03:01
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Late Night in Tijuana Means Marinara Empanadas and Wok Noodles  

"Open Road" heads south of the border to Colectivo 9 for a midnight meal

2017-03-17 11:31:00
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Subway Files $210 Million Lawsuit Over Claims Its Chicken Is Half Soy  

The chain says a recent CBC report is "100% wrong" A recent report by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation suggested the chicken served at Subway isn't quite what it seems — and the world's largest restaurant chain has fired back with a footlong lawsuit, the New York Post reports. Last month, the news show CBC Marketplace conducted an investigation of chicken products served at various fast-food restaurants; after submitting food samples for DNA testing, it claimed Subway...

2017-03-17 11:00:02
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