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Celebrate the 'Star Wars' 40th Anniversary With These Vintage Food Commercials  

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... Every new Star Wars movie is accompanied by a tsunami of ads and merchandise, including, typically, more than a few burger chain tie-ins and affiliated food products. But when the film premiered exactly 40 years ago today, Star Wars had a much smaller promotional footprint because nobody knew just how big of a hit it would be. But the film landed a few food-related marketing ploys. The movie that would change Hollywood forever made

2017-05-25 12:46:01
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The Weirdness of Eating Colostrum as a New Mom  

In a decade of professional dining, this is the one dish that gave me pause My breasts were engorged on the night I ate colostrum ice cream. My group and I were about five hours into our tasting menu at Blue Hill at Stone Barns in upstate New York, meaning it had been about six or seven hours since I last pumped — I was still nursing my five-month-old baby at the time — and it would be two hours before I could pump again. Colostrum, the first milk produced by a cow after she...

2017-05-25 12:29:17
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'Top Chef' Champ Nick Elmi Is Growing His Philly Restaurant Empire  

His next project is a "chef-driven" bar

2017-05-25 11:02:01
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Watch Kevin Spacey and Gordon Ramsay Try to Out-Swear Each Other  

A cutting contest between two master trash talkers Gordon Ramsay and Kevin Spacey come from two entirely different schools of curse-word slinging: the former blasts foul language to whip a kitchen staff into shape, while the latter uses four-letter words to punctuate his nuanced performances on film. But, as this teaser for Ramsay's new program The F-Word shows, both guys are masters in the art of verbal profanity. Like Donald Trump using the White House telephone, the words ju...

2017-05-25 10:31:01
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Did We Really Need Edible Fidget Spinners?  

Plus all the food news to know today New York City chef Eric Ripert has officially banned fidget spinners from his kitchens, but one Dallas bakery is offering up an edible version. The cookies actually do spin. Now we're getting really meta: On Vulture, architecture critic Justin Davidson weighs in on NYT critic Pete Wells' "non-review" of Noma Mexico, during which Wells argued that "an actual review of a pop-up that sold out months ago strikes me as spectacularly us...

2017-05-25 09:46:01
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Eating a Hamburger In Hamburg, Germany  

How the burger's namesake city interprets the American classic It's a chilly spring day in Hamburg, Germany, and my boyfriend and I have just left our hotel en route to a place called Burger Lounge, which touts itself as a "Real American Diner." Immediately, we are confronted with a May Day protest filled with bearded hipsters and angry punks. Two protesters hold up a banner declaring "No! In the Name of Humanity We Refuse to Accept a Fascist America." For a minute I...

2017-05-24 19:32:53
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Ben & Jerry's Is Fighting for Marriage Equality in Australia With New Scoop Policy  

It's "banning" two scoops of the same flavor Ice cream company Ben & Jerry's has never shied away from getting political, and now, they're doing their part to fight for marriage equality Down Under: The U.S.-based brand has announced it won't serve "same scoop" orders in protest of Australia's Marriage Act, which doesn't recognize same-sex marriages. "We are banning two scoops of the same flavor and encouraging our fans to contact their MPs to tell them...

2017-05-24 17:14:37
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Attention Line Cooks: Eric Ripert Will Confiscate Your Fidget Spinner  

The faddish toy does not belong in his kitchen Chef Eric Ripert is one of the most mellow people in world of high-end gastronomy. But if you want to stay on the Ripper's good side, keep the damn fidget spinner out of the Le Bernardin kitchen, because he will confiscate it: YEP CONFISCATED @LeBernardinNY kitchen... pic.twitter.com/DnjIZwX7NN— Eric Ripert (@ericripert) May 24, 2017 Although this toy is being pitched as a focus aid, Vox notes that schools across t...

2017-05-24 14:52:43
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LA Pasta Savant Evan Funke Wants to Win Your Respect  

The chef reflects on the first month of his highly anticipated restaurant Felix

2017-05-24 14:00:02
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Announcing the Eater Young Guns 2017 Semifinalists  

Introducing the latest class of young industry talent Eater Young Guns is Eater's annual search to recognize the best and brightest talent in the restaurant industry. Since 2012, Young Guns has recognized front- and back-of-house newcomers who exhibit tenacity and desire to succeed through food, drink, and service. These rising stars — who are under 30 or have less than five years of experience — are not run-of-the-mill chefs, bartenders, and sommeliers. Not only do they wo...

2017-05-24 13:32:01
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Albert Adrià Explains It All  

The acclaimed Barcelona chef on his plans for an NYC food hall and his ever-growing restaurant empire If there were one sentence to describe the current situation of Albert Adrià's culinary amusement park and Barcelona restaurant empire, it would be "The show must go on." He recently announced his participation in the opening of a 35,000-square-foot food hall in New York City with his famous brother, Ferran, led by his longtime friend and former colleague at El Bulli Jose...

2017-05-24 13:02:01
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Why I'm Fighting For a $15 Minimum Wage  

A worker's story This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Let me tell you about how a McDonald's cashier became homeless. A few months ago, I started bleeding during my shift at the drive thru. I was terrified, and without health insurance, I really couldn't afford a visit to the hospital. But I was losing too much blood, so my coworkers called an ambulance to rush me to the ER. That day, I was diagnosed with a fibroid condition that will only worsen without ...

2017-05-24 12:33:01
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Four-Year-Old's Mrs. Doubtfire Cake Is Birthday Goals  

Plus, cat-shaped bread and Costco's Shack-like burger A very cool four year-old boy requested a Mrs. Doubtfire cake for his birthday, and it looks pretty amazing. Costcos in Southern California are now serving a "Chicago-style" burger that looks like a Shake Shack burger on steroids. Please brace for spicy Skittles and Starbursts. Feds are accusing the CFO of the Soupman, a chain from the man who inspired the "Soup Nazi" episode of Seinfeld, of paying $2.85 million...

2017-05-24 11:51:35
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The Pope and Melania Share a Laugh Over Trump's Girth  

A diet joke echoed through the halls of the Vatican Earlier today, during the Trump clan's visit to Vatican City, Pope Francis made a joke to First Lady Melania about her husband's diet. Through a translator, the leader of the Catholic Church remarked: "What do you give him to eat — potica?" The pope was making a reference to a variety of nut cake that's popular in Slovenia, where Melania was born. After hearing this bon mot about her husband's figure, Melania chuck...

2017-05-24 11:16:02
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Magnus Nilsson's Fäviken Magasinet Is Opening a Summer Pop-up  

Hoon's Chinese will open this summer in Åre, Sweden The latest news from chef Magnus Nilsson's Swedish restaurant Fäviken Magasinet is — what else — a summer pop-up. From June 28 through September 10, the chef the two-Michelin-starred restaurant will open Hoon's Chinese, a Singaporean pop-up, in Sweden. According to a press release, Ethel Hoon, a Singapore-born sous chef at Fäviken, will man the pop-up kitchen, which will open for dinner Wednesday through Sunday. T...

2017-05-24 10:46:01
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Trix Artificial Color Switch Sends Internet Into Rage Spiral  

People hate the new all-natural version of the cereal General Mills recently decided to introduce a new version of kiddie breakfast favorite Trix made without all the artificial ingredients that previously gave the cereal its bright colors. Trix fans immediately noticed the switch-up and started voicing their complaints on Twitter: @jessecaranci Hi Jesse! Thanks for asking. Trix looks a bit different as we removed colors from artificial sources.— General Mills Cereal (@Ge...

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Panda Express Employees Capture Horrific Oil Tanker Explosion on Camera  

One person has died A massive, extremely dangerous explosion occurred next to a Panda Express location in Northern California yesterday morning, killing one. A Panda Express employee, while fleeing the fiery scene, captured the ballooning clouds of black smoke on video which local news station KTLA posted to Facebook. Employees can be seen running away from the restaurant as the fire grows; the sound of explosions continues throughout the video. The cause of the fire was a tan

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Watch: San Francisco's Best Oysters Live Just Outside the City  

"Dining on a Dime" heads over to the Marshall Store "Welcome to Dining on a Rickety Dry-Rot Pier," says Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson, who in this episode, has headed north to the Tomales Bay, about a 90-minute drive outside of San Francisco. His destination? The pier of the Marshall Store, a tiny family-owned restaurant and general store perched directly on the bay and right off of Highway 1. The Marshall Store offers up great views, and even better plates of the ...

2017-05-24 09:28:01
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Airport Breakfasts Are Pretty Much Terrible. Here's How Chefs Handle It.  

Practical (and not-so-practical) advice from Mario Batali, David Chang, and more As if going through TSA security procedures before 9 a.m. wasn't undignified enough, airports do not have breakfast figured out. At all. I can get down with a McDonald's Egg McMuffin and my go-to secret Starbucks order, but more often then not, I find myself stashing a Larabar in my carry-on and drinking whatever coffee the airport gods see fit to put in my path. It's often garbage. The termina...

2017-05-23 22:54:32
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Here's a Sneak Peek at 'Fermented,' a New Documentary Starring Chef Edward Lee  

The film will premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival Zero Point Zero Production, the film company behind Mind of a Chef and Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown, is about to release a documentary that takes a deep dive into the world of fermentation. Appropriately titled Fermented and starring chef Edward Lee, the film will premiere at the Seattle International Film Festival on Monday, May 29. Directed by Jonathan Cianfrani, who also works on Mind of a Chef, Fermente...

2017-05-23 17:50:53
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Did This Waitress Get Fired For Hooking Up With Orlando Bloom?  

She allegedly got axed via a text from her manager The British tabloids are churning like a Fidget Spinner in a tornado over rumors that a waitress at trendy London hotel/restaurant Chiltern Firehouse got terminated after spending the night with one of the establishment's A-list guests, Orlando Bloom. The server, an aspiring actress named Viviana Ross, allegedly served the Pirates of the Caribbean star several times during his stay at the Chiltern Firehouse last month. But ove...

2017-05-23 17:15:24
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Here's What You Missed During Grant Achatz and Nick Kokonas' Reddit AMA  

The Alinea pair sounds off on Chicago pizza, upcoming restaurants, and more

2017-05-23 16:49:54
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A New Proposal Could Protect Farmworkers From Deportation  

The "blue card" system would help keep families together, and create a path to citizenship This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Undocumented farmworkers are the backbone of the United States' agriculture industry, a situation that has long posed numerous challenges for these workers, their families, and employers. But the Trump administration's immigration enforcement policies and aggressive Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) action — which has deta...

2017-05-23 15:23:37
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Watch: How to Have a Fancy Brunch When You're Stuck in the Office  

You will be the envy of your co-workers Now that I work in an office instead of a kitchen, cooking options are limited. This edition of You Can Do This is here to address just that. Using only what's available in my current office, I wanted to tackle dishes that seem out of reach. First up, eggs Benedict. This is for anyone who has to skip out on brunch plans because they're working on the weekend, and it's the perfect way to put that one person showing off their office ...

2017-05-23 13:50:28
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Pinterest Launches That 'Shazam for Food' Feature From HBO's Silicon Valley  

The '"dish recognition" feature sounds an awful lot like SeeFood app from the hit comedy

2017-05-23 12:38:12
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Extra Crispy's Bacon Critic Names the Best Bacon in America  

Plus, all the food news to know today Reminder: Breakfast-focused food site Extra Crispy employs a bacon critic, and here's his list of the Best (and Worst) Bacon in America. Scott Gold actually has several "bests," giving shout-outs to bacon of different styles and provenances (including, oddly, a nod to the Best Bacon Burger in Tokyo), but the ultimate winner comes from Iowa's Vande Rose Farms collective. Prince Charles and the Dutchess of Cornwall are on the hunt fo...

2017-05-23 12:03:01
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Peter Luger Is Suing a Pennsylvania Steakhouse Over Its Name  

Carl von Luger Steak & Seafood is being accused of trademark infringement Famed New York City steakhouse Peter Luger is suing Scranton, Pennsylvania restaurant Carl von Luger Steak & Seafood for trademark infringement, the Associated Press reports. According to the lawsuit, filed by Peter Luger Inc. last week, the owner of the Scranton restaurant, Robert Dickert, once worked at the landmark New York City steakhouse and is now attempting to trade on Peter Luger's "famo...

2017-05-23 11:46:01
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Austin's Odd Duck Empire Is Adding a Fast-Casual Spot  

Chef Bryce Gilmore will open Sour Duck in late 2017

2017-05-23 11:32:00
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Capsule-Covered Cocktail 'Pill Cosby' Removed From DC Bar Drink List  

Who thought this sexual assault joke was a good idea?

2017-05-22 15:31:01
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Neil Gaiman Will Do a Live Reading of the Entire Cheesecake Factory Menu  

But only if fans can raise $500k for charity first At last, the proof America needs that Twitter isn't just entirely awful: Thanks to the social media platform, British novelist Neil Gaiman has agreed to a live performance of the entire Cheesecake Factory menu. And, to the delight of lovers of fantasy writing and comically large menus, the absurd mashup is really happening — providing those fans can raise $500,000 on Crowdrise to donate to the UNHCR, the United Nation's ref...

2017-05-22 14:31:01
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On Being Cut  

An excerpt from "Knife: The Culture, Craft, and Cult of the Cook's Knife" In his new book on chefs' knives, Knife: The Culture, Craft, and Cult of the Cook's Knife, author Tim Hayward dives into the history and making of European, Japanese, and Chinese cutlery. Around 40 different types of knives are featured, alongside interviews with makers, sellers, and collectors. Here now, an excerpt from the book in which Hayward talks about something every cook has experienced:...

2017-05-22 14:02:01
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Sign Up for Amanda Kludt's Weekly Letter From the Editor  

A roundup of the most important food and dining news of the week (both on and off Eater) Sign up here for Amanda Kludt's newsletter. Want to stay on top of the most important openings, closings, controversies, and delicious long reads without actually having to wade through days and days of #content? Say hello to my newsletter, in which I distill the best of the best in food world news each week. Every Saturday I send out a roundup of the biggest stories of the week both o...

2017-05-22 13:19:09
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Two High-Profile Portland Restaurants Bring Back Tipping  

After going gratuity-free, Le Pigeon and Little Bird will reinstate tipping this week

2017-05-22 13:01:01
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Watch: The English Breakfast With a Spicy Twist  

Dishoom takes inspiration from old Irani cafes in Mumbai Nick Solares has had countless English breakfasts in his life, but in this episode of The Meat Show, he stops by Dishoom in Kings Cross, London to expand his horizons a bit. Dishoom is a beloved Indian restaurant that draws inspiration from the old Irani cafes that used to be a staple in Mumbai, formerly known as Bombay. Solares's mission is to taste the "Big Bombay," Dishoom's take on the classic English breakfas...

2017-05-22 12:33:26
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The 38 Essential Santiago Restaurants  

From street food to fine dining in Chile's scenic capital Santiago is experiencing a culinary renaissance like it's never seen before, says food and travel writer Hillary Eaton. Chile's capital city, famous for its stunning setting amid the Andes as well as its mix of modern and Spanish colonial architecture, has long been on tourists' radars. "For decades, the Santiago dining scene has been divided into two categories: casual Chilean comfort food and European fine dining," Ea...

2017-05-22 12:01:00
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All-Star Restaurant Lineup Planned for LA's Beverly Center  

Ayesha Curry, Michael Mina, and Eggslut all confirmed for the La Cienega mall

2017-05-22 11:31:01
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200K Pounds of Nathan's and Curtis Hot Dogs Recalled  

Plus, what Pippa Middleton served her guests at her wedding 200,000 pounds worth of Nathan's and Curtis hot dogs have been recalled after three customers found "metal objects" in them. The new Nobu in London, opening July 1, will be the first in the city to serve breakfast, and it sounds uber-trendy. Shoreditch visitors should brace for matcha waffles, charcoal lemonade, green juice, and breakfast bento boxes. Pippa Middleton and her husband James Matthews served 20,000...

2017-05-22 10:46:01
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Ayesha Curry Says Hosting a Cooking Show at Home Was a Nightmare  

Opening up your kitchen to a TV crew comes with a lot of downsides Ayesha Curry built her kitchen with dreams of one day hosting a food show from it. And, because she is lifestyle maven Ayesha Curry, that dream came true. "I'm always praying that things are going to happen, and I kinda live in this little bubble. I say it on my Instagram, like my little bubble of happiness," Curry told Eater Upsell hosts Helen Rosner and Greg Morabito on a recent episode. And then it happens....

2017-05-22 10:31:02
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In These Difficult Times, the Avolatte Arrives to Make Everything Worse  

Ugh From the country that brought the world fairy toast and flat whites comes another breakfast innovation: the avolatte, a latte inside of an avocado. It's actually a latte inside of half an avocado skin, with a little bit of the flesh of the fruit still clinging to its shell. Melbourne's Truman Cafe, in the city's Albert Park neighborhood, is to blame for this concoction, clearly a revolt against avocados, lattes, and maybe even humanity itself. The cafe debuted the n...

2017-05-22 10:15:11
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Texas Monthly Names the Best Texas Barbecue Joint  

Snow's BBQ has unseated Franklin Barbecue to take the top spot

2017-05-22 09:46:01
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Stephanie Izard Crowned an 'Iron Chef'  

The Chicago chef won the 'Iron Chef Gauntlet' season finale Nearly 10 years after winning Top Chef's fourth season, Chicago chef Stephanie Izard (of Girl & the Goat and Little Goat) has won the first season of Iron Chef Gauntlet, the Food Network's rehash of the popular competition program Iron Chef America. Izard's big prize: being crowned an official Iron Chef. Per Gauntlet's gimmick, a real "winner" to the season wasn't guaranteed. Izard, who made it th...

2017-05-21 22:01:01
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Anthony Bourdain 'Parts Unknown' in Queens: The Most Memorable Lines  

The CNN host takes an international food tour across the river from Manhattan Anthony Bourdain has long been a champion of Manhattan, to the point where early in his television career, he would openly look down his nose at New York City's remaining four boroughs. That's not the case anymore, as Bourdain has since dedicated airtime to NYC outside of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and the Bronx. In the latest episode of Parts Unknown, he jumps across the East River to explore Queens, whi...

2017-05-21 12:31:01
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The Restaurants I Need to Visit Straight From the Airport  

Runway-to-restaurant jaunts, Alex Atala's new eatery, and other news in this weekly roundup from the editor This post originally appeared in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of her favorite food and restaurant stories — both on and off Eater — each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. There's something so intensely special about going to a restaurant directly from an airport when traveling. The intensity of needing the food so badly yo...

2017-05-20 11:02:01
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Watch: Salmon Sushi Was Actually Invented by a Norwegian  

Born in Scandinavia, perfected in Japan Welcome to Snack Break, an Eater video series that delivers fast facts about the foods we all love, in one minute or less. These bite-sized stories are ideal dinner party anecdotes, and they're educational to boot. Today's lesson: Salmon sushi. Sushi may be a traditional Japanese dish, but salmon wasn't always on the menu. Watch the full video above to hear how it took a Norwegian salesman's ingenuity for raw salmon to catch on. H...

2017-05-19 19:44:46
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This Week in Food: In-N-Out Is No Longer America's Favorite Burger  

The West Coast is SHOOK In-N-Out isn't America's favorite burger anymore West Coast devotees might say it's fake news, but an annual survey has found the cult California burger chain is no longer the best-loved in America. The usurper? Fast-growing chain Five Guys. But hey, we're not taking sides. Shutterstock Starbucks is testing out ice cubes made of coffee, making coffee-inception a thing You might soon be able to order your iced coffee wit...

2017-05-19 16:56:50
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Mario Batali's Restaurant Group Sued for Discrimination  

A former pastry chef claims managers used gay slurs

2017-05-19 15:57:13
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Recipe: An Easy Cocktail That Tastes Like a Pink Starburst  

Plus, it's served in a pineapple cup Summer is coming. Celebrate (and cool off) with a drink — specifically this drink recipe from former Eater drinks editor Kat Odell's new book Day Drinking: 50 Cocktails for a Mellow Buzz, out now. It's an extremely fun look at cocktails low in alcohol which tend to be ideal for brunch, lunch, and all weekend long. The Regents Royale, a tiki-inspired strawberry-pineapple-green-tea concoction, is high on both flavor and style. Odell sa...

2017-05-19 13:05:55
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The Restaurant GM Is the Glue that Keeps the Dining Room Together  

Zahav's general manager explains what it takes to keep a restaurant running smoothly Zahav, one of the best restaurants in America according to Eater's own Bill Addison and widely recognized for chef Michael Solomonov's modern Israeli cooking, also offers praiseworthy service (which was nominated for a James Beard Award this year). But the name of the man responsible for this aspect of the Philadelphia restaurant's operations isn't as recognizable: Okan Yazici, Zahav'...

2017-05-19 12:32:01
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Everywhere Master of None's Alan Yang Ate Last Week  

Running into David Chang and Rene Redzepi was purely "coincidental" The second season of Netflix's hit series Master of None starring restaurant enthusiast Aziz Ansari dropped last week, and the show's co-creator Alan Yang has apparently been celebrating hard ever since. As part of Grub Street's food diary series, Yang chronicled six days worth of whirlwind dining with plenty of big name-drops along the way. "What you're about to read is a description of one of th...

2017-05-19 12:03:00
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How to Throw a 'Twin Peaks' Party  

Everything to eat and drink while you're watching David Lynch's return to TV Twin Peaks was the ultimate "water cooler TV show" of the '90s — that is, a program that became a hit because fans would talk about it at work the next day, thus generating more and more buzz. And once the ball got rolling, it was also common for fans of this eerie soap opera to host viewing parties so that they could discuss all the major reveals and inspired weirdness with their friends in ...

2017-05-19 11:01:01
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Woman Wins $100K in Hot Coffee Lawsuit Against Starbucks  

A faulty cup lid is to blame A jury in Florida has found Starbucks at fault for serving hot coffee in cups with faulty lids, according to a release from the plaintiff's legal firm, Morgan & Morgan. The suit centered around a Florida resident who ordered coffee at a Starbucks drive-thru in Jacksonville in 2014. When she received the order — a 20-ounce Venti Pike Place roast — through her drivers' side window, the coffee cup lid popped off. The 190-degree liquid spill...

2017-05-19 10:34:02
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What Movie Theaters Are Learning From Restaurants  

The largest movie chain in the United States is going fast food Sixty years ago, a peppy group of anthropomorphic junk food snacks sweetly held hands and took a rather bouncy stroll up the aisles of an old movie theater, singing "let's all go to the lobby, to get ourselves a treat!" Little did they know (or perhaps they did) they were on the menu. Back then, popcorn and candy were bringing in lot of revenue for theaters, so exhibitors installed new counters and stations to ...

2017-05-19 10:06:06
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Dunkin' Donuts Slings Free (Frozen) Coffee Today  

Plus, Voodoo Doughnut visits Twin Peaks Dunkin' Donuts is giving away free (frozen) coffee today. The deal — which will get visitors a sample size of the newish beverage — is good from 10a.m. to 2p.m. at participating locations. The marketing juggernaut behind Showtime's upcoming, much-anticipated Twin Peaks revival has teamed up with wacky Portland doughnut chain Voodoo Doughnut for a giveaway featuring show-inspired flavors. On Saturday, fans can show up at any Voodo...

2017-05-19 09:31:01
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Inside Bio, Brazilian Superstar Alex Atala's Ambitious Take on All-Day Dining  

Take a look at the brand-new restaurant, now open in São Paulo Brazilian culinary evangelist and Chef's Table star Alex Atala has just opened a new venue in São Paulo. One year after opening the meat-focused Açougue Central, Atala now has the eagerly-awaited Bio: by far the most casual of the Atala restaurant empire. "High-end and high-cost restaurants exist today and will always be there," the chef says. "But it is natural that many chefs have a bigger concern about giv...

2017-05-18 19:30:50
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Daniel Patterson Will Open a Third Location of Alta CA  

It'll be a 10-min walk away from the first San Francisco location

2017-05-18 14:26:15
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21 Chefs on What They Order at In-N-Out  

Animal-style is a popular choice According to a new poll, Five Guys has unseated In-N-Out as America's favorite burger chain. Though this prompted ire in Los Angeles, it's clear that In-N-Out will continue to be the crowd favorite. Well-known for its minimalist menu, the burger chain founded in Southern California in 1948 enjoys a cult following that includes celebrities and chefs who enjoy its straightforward burger menu and animal-style (every topping in the house) fries. ...

2017-05-18 13:32:01
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What It Takes to Build a Small Empire of Restaurants in Charleston  

Brooks Reitz talks ambition and strategies for success Once called "very, very, very dangerous" by Sean Brock, restaurateur Brooks Reitz has quickly built a small empire of the kind of restaurants that guests immediately feel at home (but with better food, and probably decor). In the past four years, Reitz has gone from general manager at The Ordinary to co-owner of two of the most popular dining establishments in Charleston, Little Jack's Tavern and Leon's Oyster Shop, w...

2017-05-18 13:02:00
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The 18 Essential Ottawa Restaurants  

Where to find adventurous French fare, delicious meats, and natural wines in Canada's capital city Canada's capital city has long been maligned as stodgy, no fun, and filled with "dull bureaucrats and policy wonks," says Eater Montreal editor Tim Forster. But that reputation is beginning to seem out of date. In recent years, the city's creative industries have gained prominence, and the food scene in Ottawa and Gatineau, Ottawa's twin city just across the river, has g...

2017-05-18 12:02:02
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Dale Cooper's Damn Good Coffee Means a Lot More Than You Think  

An Eater investigation into what's in the "Twin Peaks" detective's cup Dale Cooper — yes, the fictional detective from David Lynch's cultishly beloved 1989 series Twin Peaks — was apparently 15 when he had his first cup of coffee. He was hitchhiking home from a Boy Scout Jamboree when he stopped into a restaurant on Pennsylvania Route 487. He had cherry pie and two cups of coffee. As the legend goes — according to The Autobiography of F.B.I. Special Agent Dale Coope...

2017-05-18 11:31:02
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McDonald's Expands Delivery Thanks to UberEats Partnership  

It's even easier to get a Big Mac delivered in LA and Chicago McDonald's is expanding its push into delivery in the United States. In partnership with UberEats, McDonald's will now deliver out of 1,000 stores (up from 200), including locations in Los Angeles, Chicago, and Phoenix. The chain already has a robust delivery business in Asia and the Middle East, and earned $1 billion in delivery sales worldwide last year. Yesterday Google announced Google Lens. Users will be ...

2017-05-18 11:01:01
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Watch: This Is How You Grill Meat on Your Dining Table  

Try this at home, carefully For an interactive dinner party, bring the grill inside and let guests cook their own meal with this home-made, yakitori-inspired tabletop grill. In this episode of You Can Do This, host Clifford Endo is your guide to creating a hands-on, indoor-meat-cooking experience — and the build might sound complicated, but all the materials for this project can be found at a local hardware store. Here's how to make it happen without burning the house down. ...

2017-05-18 10:32:01
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This Pepper Is So Hot It Could Literally Kill You  

Please don't eat this A Welsh horticulturist by the name of Mike Smith has bred a variety of pepper that is so hot it could cause a life-threatening anaphylactic shock if consumed. This new pepper, dubbed the Dragon Breath Chilli, measures 2.48m on the Scoville scale. That means that it's considerably hotter than the previous all-time record holder, the Carolina Reaper, which measures near 2.2m heat units. (Your average jalapeño pepper, by comparison, measures between 2,500...

2017-05-18 10:01:00
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Starbucks Is Testing Ice Made of Coffee  

Customers say it tastes "stronger and smoother" Starbucks is testing an astonishingly simple innovation in iced coffee this summer: ice made out of coffee. For 80 cents extra Starbucks' patrons can opt to have their cold brew served over coffee ice, thereby eliminating watered-down coffee drinks. An eight-week trial run is now underway at 100 Starbucks locations in St. Louis, Missouri, and Baltimore, Maryland. "As a company, we often test new products, programs and ideas to ga...

2017-05-18 09:31:02
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In Defense of Chipotle  

Why bashing the brand is a bad take Sure is easy to find a reason to hate on Chipotle. Lately, every time they've made news, it's been bad news. They made their own bed, Chipotle did. They billed themselves as a place that served "food with integrity," where you could eat a sustainable burrito while reading a Malcolm Gladwell quote on your cup of Coke. Okay, you're asking for it when you quote Malcolm Gladwell, but I was in. I was in because Chipotle was tackling on...

2017-05-17 13:43:19
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San Francisco Declares War on Food Delivery Robots  

Sidewalk safety and jobs are the top concerns America, it seems, is not ready for the inevitable robot takeover. Some cities, such as D.C. and San Francisco, are already host to small carrier bots that keep food hot (or cool) while transporting it to its destination. But San Francisco, one of the most tech-forward cities in the world, is trying to slam the breaks on food delivery robots. Norman Yee, a long-time San Francisco supervisor, proposed new legislation this week that w

2017-05-17 12:17:02
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Artist Turns 10,000 Starburst Wrappers Into Stunning Dress  

She made fabric out of discarded candy wrappers An artist by the name of Emily Seilhamer recently completed work on an eye-catching garment that was four years in the making. With the help of some family and friends, Seilhamer amassed a collection of 10,000 Starburst candy wrappers, which she then turned into a fabric to make the dress you see here. Emily also crafted Starburst shoes and a matching corsage to go with her new dress. On Bored Panda, Seilhamer notes: "After enou...

2017-05-17 12:01:01
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The Restaurant That Proves the Best Dining Room Is a Living Room  

How to shop the Single Thread look Welcome to Shop the Restaurant, a new column where Eater finds and hooks you up with great dining style. The plan: to showcase the most exciting restaurant interiors and scout out the tricks, tips, and pieces you need to bring the look home. For the first installment, we head over to Sonoma County to scope out the design at Single Thread. One of Eater's most beautiful restaurants of 2016, the restaurant just earned its design firm Avroko a Jam...

2017-05-17 11:31:01
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Watch: Jianbing Is One of Beijing's Favorite Street Foods  

"Dining on a Dime" heads to pop-up Tai Chi Jianbing to taste a hawker specialty This week's episode of Dining on a Dime takes host Lucas Peterson on a little trip down memory lane. Back in the early 1920s when Peterson lived in Beijing (kidding, but it was almost 20 years ago!), he remembers seeing street hawkers serving jianbing in his neighborhood in Wangfujing. The jianbing is a customizable pancake, made with a wheat batter, eggs, and different sauces and toppings. It...

2017-05-17 11:17:03
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Jean-Georges Vongerichten Is Opening a Hotel Restaurant in New York  

Public Kitchen is coming to Ian Schrager's Public Hotel in June

2017-05-17 10:46:01
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In-N-Out Loses Out to Five Guys in New Fast Food Poll  

Plus Bourdain makes his relationship "instagram official" and more news to know today An annual national burger poll, which ranks America's chains based on familiarity, quality, and likelihood of purchase, revealed a surprising winner this year: Five Guys. The pollsters attribute the win to Five Guys' ability to expand beyond its regional roots — it now has 1,500 locations worldwide. In-n-Out claimed the top spot in the last two years. Tony Bourdain posted a very ado...

2017-05-17 10:27:05
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All-Marshmallow Lucky Charms Are Very Real (And Hard to Acquire)  

These are destined to become collector's items Now that rainbow-colored novelty foods are all the rage, General Mills has wisely decided to release a version of one of its most popular cereals minus the one ingredient that nobody really cares for: the cereal. And to generate maximum viral buzz, the company is only creating a limited quantity of the all-marshmallow Lucky Charms — 10,000 — which can only be acquired by entering a contest after purchasing a regular box of the...

2017-05-16 18:10:53
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Ex-Bar Tartine Chefs Announce New Plans for Their Shape-Shifting SF Restaurant  

Motze will transform into Duna, serving Central European food

2017-05-16 17:10:07
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Yale University Rocked by Elite Yelper Scandal  

A dean was busted for leaving insensitive restaurant reviews Judging by her Yelp reviews of local businesses, June Chu, the dean of Yale's Pierson College, is not especially fond of the amenities in her new home city of New Haven, Connecticut. Chu's hot take on Kyoto Japanese Restaurant: "To put it quite simply: if you are white trash, this is the perfect night out for you." In her takedown of the Mochi Store, Chu wrote: "I guess if you were a white person who has no cl...

2017-05-16 14:04:18
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Paul Kahan, Erling Wu-Bower, and Cosmo Goss Will Bring a Bit of California to Chicago  

Brace for Pacific Standard Time, opening this fall

2017-05-16 13:40:03
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Pop-Tarts and Jolly Ranchers Made a Food Baby That Will Rot Your Teeth  

These treats will make your dentist scream and run away Pop-Tarts — the original dessert masquerading as breakfast — will soon be available in three ultra sour Jolly Rancher flavors. It's like when the Jetsons met the Flintstones, or when Lisa Kudrow appeared as both Phoebe and the waitress from Mad About You on an episode of Friends — worlds colliding in weird and somewhat unsettling new ways. Get your greedy little fingers ready. @jollyrancher Pop-Tarts are he...

2017-05-16 13:02:01
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Big Sur Is Beautiful. It's Also a Hard Place to Run a Restaurant  

How businesses cope with natural disaster along the California coast After nearly six years of drought, this past winter seemed to prove the 1972 Albert Hammond hit song true: "It never rains in California, but... it pours. Man, it pours." Among the areas slammed by the wettest season on record was the stretch of mid-coast Highway 1 called Big Sur. In recent years, social media has helped turn this idyllic spot tucked between redwood forest and Pacific cliffsides into an inte...

2017-05-16 12:31:01
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Barbecue Cake Is the Fastest Way to Mark Zuckerberg's Heart  

Team Facebook totally aced Zuck's birthday surprise If you want to make Silicon Valley's ultimate captain of industry smile from ear to ear, just buy him a cake that looks like a barbecue sampler. (function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs); }(document, 'scri...

2017-05-16 11:47:01
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Pittsburgh Restaurant Scolded for Serving Horse Meat  

The USDA issued Cure with a warning Pittsburgh's acclaimed restaurant Cure was inspected and issued a warning by the USDA Food Safety and Inspection Service last week after word got out that the restaurant served raw horse meat during a special dinner menu, according to the Associated Press. Chef/owner Justin Severino has been described as a "meat virtuoso" for his expert charcuterie programs and knack for experimentation when it comes to meat. Nevertheless, horse isn't...

2017-05-16 10:47:01
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Michelin Releases Its Stars for Hokkaido, Japan  

Plus, Taco Bell unleashes nacho fries and Eric Wareheim makes wine Michelin has crowned two brand-new three-star restaurants in its latest guide, this one to Hokkaido, Japan: Hanakouji Sawada and Sushi Miyakawa, both in the city of Sapporo. Hokkaido, the northernmost island of Japan, now has 76 Michelin-starred restaurants, with an additional 116 earning the Bib Gourmand recognition, designated for slightly more casual, affordable options. Taco Bell's long-stewing "nacho f...

2017-05-16 10:31:00
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Gordon Ramsay Will Teach You to Cook Online — But Is It Worth $90?  

Checking in with the celebrity education startup — which counts shouty chef Gordon Ramsy as one of its teachers — two years after its launch

2017-05-16 10:18:27
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Nutella's First Official U.S. Cafe Lands in Chicago This Month  

Get ready for chocolate-hazelnut spread crepes, gelato, croissants, and more A new Nutella Cafe is set to hit the streets of Chicago this month — and no, it's not inside Eataly. Ferrero, the Italian brand that invented and manufactures the chocolate-hazelnut spread, is opening its first all-Nutella cafe on May 31 inside Chicago's Millennium Park Plaza on the city's East Side. Patrons will be offered a menu of food items featuring Nutella, including crepes, gelato, oatme...

2017-05-16 10:17:01
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Watch: Great Restaurant Service Starts at the Valet  

This short film from the Southern Foodways Alliance tells the story of Lawrence Njuguna Who's the first person to welcome you to Atlanta restaurants like JCT Kitchen & Bar and Antico? It's not a host or server, but the valet outside. The short film Lawrence of Atlanta follows Lawrence Njuguna, an Atlanta-based valet parker who has worked with some of the city's best chefs. Njuguna is originally from Nairobi, but he's lived in Georgia for over 13 years. Njuguna wasn...

2017-05-16 10:01:01
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Slop Machines  

How a family of hog farmers manage the excess of the world's most indulgent city In The Waste Makers, his 1960 history of American consumerism for consumerism's sake, author Vance Packard describes a satirical city of the future. It's a place of planned obsolescence, where papier-mache houses are torn down and rebuilt every other year, plastic automobiles melt if they're driven more than 4,000 miles, and factories are constructed on the edges of cliffs, so that conveyor b...

2017-05-16 09:28:01
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The 13 Hottest New Restaurants in San Antonio  

Serious barbecue, queso-fueled happy hours, and New Orleans-inspired brunch Today Eater returns to San Antonio, Texas to check out 13 newish restaurants and bars that have been heating up the dining scene. Once again, San Antonio Current food and nightlife editor Jessica Elizarraras has kindly shared her picks for the buzziest openings of the past 12 months. Among her picks are a serious barbecue joint (2M Smokehouse), a New Orleans-inspired brunch destination with beignets to s

2017-05-16 06:56:26
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Keith McNally Is Closing NYC Icon Schiller's  

After 14 years, the restaurant will not renew its lease

2017-05-15 17:01:01
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'Top Chef' Is Getting the Kid-Centric Spinoff Nobody Asked For  

Expect tiny faux-hawks and temper tantrums galore The easiest way to get studio brass to green light a new cooking competition show, it seems, is to simply add "junior" to the title of an already existing food program. Case in point: Masterchef Junior, Chopped Junior, and, coming soon to your TV, the brand-new Top Chef Junior. This new kid-friendly version of the 11-year-old cooking show will be hosted by Curtis Stone — the talented Australian chef who somehow gets roped ...

2017-05-15 16:31:00
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Chicago Is Getting an All-Marshmallow Cafe  

Expect a make-your-own s'mores bar

2017-05-15 13:33:02
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Much-Loved Ramen Chain Ippudo to Expand Across America  

The noodle purveyor plans to open 300 locations outside of Japan by 2025 Ippudo, the ramen chain that's drawn long lines in New York City ever since it opened in 2008, has major expansion plans in store for America. According to Bloomberg, the brand "is targeting the U.S. in a global push," thanks to funds raised from a recent IPO and a U.S. partnership with Panda Restaurant Group Inc., which (no surprise here) operates the popular fast-food chain Panda Express. The chain h...

2017-05-15 13:03:22
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This Chef Is Headed to the Final Round of 'Iron Chef Gauntlet'  

After a three-way face-off last night, only on competitor moves on The first five rounds of the ridiculous and delightful spectacle known as Iron Chef Gauntlet are now over, and one of the six original competitors is now headed to face off against the veteran Iron Chefs. And that chef is... drumroll, air horns, marimbas... Chicago superstar Stephanie Izard. Last night, Izard smoked the two remaining contestants, Texan chef Jason Dady and recent JBFA recipient Sarah Grueneberg, b

2017-05-15 12:02:01
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Watch: Meatfruit Looks Like an Orange, Tastes Like Meat  

"The Meat Show" visits Dinner by Heston Blumenthal In this episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares continues his carnivore's tour of London with a visit to Dinner by Heston Blumenthal. His mission is to try the famous meat fruit, a dish that Solares calls "one of the most unique dishes in all of meat eating." Meat fruit is essentially a liver parfait, wrapped in a mandarin orange flavored jelly, and shaped to have the exact size and texture of a mandarin orange. T...

2017-05-15 11:28:01
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How Massimo Bottura Got His Restaurant in 'Master of None'  

Plus, Chick-fil-A's new sandwich, Disney's fried corn on the cob, and more Aziz Ansari only filmed an episode of the new season of Master of None at Osteria Francescana, arguably one of Italy's most famous restaurants, because chef and owner Massimo Bottura asked him directly. When Bottura heard Ansari and crew were filming a scene at nearby Hosteria Giusti, he "got a little bit jealous" and found the crew and invited them to shoot the next day. According to co-star E...

2017-05-15 10:46:01
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Heroic Pizza Guy Makes Delivery to Stranded Amtrak Train  

Someone give this fellow a raise A passenger aboard Amtrak Train 161 decided to order a pizza when the locomotive got stuck on the route between New York City and Washington D.C. last night. Another stranded commuter captured this video of the heroic delivery in action: Stuck on @amtrak 161 got hangry and problem solved pic.twitter.com/vIN42GPR5H— Mitch Katz (@MitchKatz) May 14, 2017 The delivery guy from Dom's Pizza brought some sweet relief to the passengers, ...

2017-05-15 10:27:10
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The Hot Dog-Identifying App from HBO's Silicon Valley Is Real  

You can download it now

2017-05-15 10:17:01
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Giving Black Chefs Credit Where It's Due  

How Leah Chase and Rudy Lombard created the framework to celebrate Creole food In the early 1970s, as black farmers tried to earn a living while holding on to their land, black restaurateurs leveraged the new soul food chic that ranged from Harlem, where diners at the Red Rooster washed down chitlins with Champagne, to Atlanta, where Rev. Willie James Stafford of the Free For All Missionary Baptist Church (who favored maroon jumpsuits and packed a revolver), opened Soul on Top of

2017-05-15 09:34:44
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Why This Fine-Dining Superstar Doesn't Have a Restaurant  

NYC's Paul Liebrandt is perfectly happy being a consultant It's been over two years since acclaimed chef Paul Liebrandt closed The Elm in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. And although the chef was once a pillar of New York City's fine-dining scene, best known for his work at the now-closed two-Michelin-starred Corton, Liebrandt hasn't opened a restaurant since. The British chef and star of 2011 documentary A Matter of Taste recently stopped by the Eater Upsell to discuss what he...

2017-05-14 22:01:01
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Anthony Bourdain 'Parts Unknown' in Laos: The Most Memorable Lines  

Bourdain visits a country still healing from a war four decades ago Anthony Bourdain spends most of his time in the landlocked Southeast Asian country of Laos digging through the tragic history of the Laotian Civil War and its messy aftermath. This conflict is sometimes referred to as the Secret War, because during the '60s and '70s, Congress and the American public did not know about America's involvement in this fight against the Communist Pathet Lao. During this period, ...

2017-05-14 11:13:37
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Daniel Boulud's Shaq Shoe, a French Opening, and Colostrum Ice Cream  

Editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt rounds up the week's news in this letter from the editor This post originally appeared in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of her favorite food and restaurant stories — both on and off Eater — each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. I don't have a singular coherent thought for this week, because I'm writing this at 5:30 on a Friday after a very intense week. I just want to get home to hang with my kid b...

2017-05-13 11:01:01
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Recipe: How to Make Shake Shack's Famous Burger  

The Shack Sauce remains a secret, though (sorry) As a native East Coaster who now lives in the land of In-N-Out, there's no more tedious debate than the one surrounding which much-loved burger chain — the California-based In-N-Out or Danny Meyer's New York City brand Shake Shack — reigns supreme. The real answer is that the burgers are too different to actually compare directly. The more visceral, I'm-in-the-mood-to-argue answer, however, is that on any given day of t...

2017-05-12 19:06:42
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This Week in Food: Cinnamon Pepsi and Lightsaber Churros  

Nobody asked for spicy cola, but we're getting it anyway Food this week is doing the opposite of what you expect. That's why cola is now hot, churros are lightsabers, and Wonder Woman is trying to help ladies lose weight. It's all here, and it's all edible — unless you're eating Giada di Laurentiis' really bad pizza. Pepsi is channelling Fireball with its new cinnamon-flavored cola It's called Pepsi Fire, and it's going to be available all summer. Maybe spicy...

2017-05-12 16:58:47
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Katy Perry's New Cooking-Themed Video Is Extremely Upsetting  

Cannibalism is the main theme Pop music star/Taylor Swift rival Katy Perry is back with a new music video for her song "Bon Appetit." The video shows Perry as the object of various cooking methods — she's kneaded, boiled, and chopped over the course of four minutes, and she doesn't appear to be too bothered by the course of events. Celebrity chef Roy Choi makes a cameo. It's all pretty strange. Perry says the video is meant to be a metaphor for her sexual liberation...

2017-05-12 16:15:40
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