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Ruin Thanksgiving With This 'Trumpkin Pie Martini'  

The perfect cocktail to wash down heaping helpings of misery It's almost Thanksgiving, that sacred American holiday that brings families together around the dinner table for autumnal home-cooked meals, lovingly prepared by — you know what? Scratch that. The prevailing political/social/everything climate is terrible, and if it's just too much to bear, go ahead and lean into it. Presenting: the Trumpkin pie martini. It's the perfect seasonal cocktail to wash down — and ...

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2018-11-15 15:07:27

How Sweetgreen Got to $1 Billion  

The small salad chain is poised to make history as one of the food world's most successful startups The rumors started a few weeks back: Sweetgreen, the chain that dishes out kale caesar salads and quinoa-filled bowls to sad desk lunch crowds, was worth $1 billion. With the average Sweetgreen salad bowl clocking in between $9 and $14, that's a lot of, er, green. "I mean, it's insane," says restaurant investor Elaine Chon-Baker of Mokja Ventures of the brand's "uni...

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2018-11-15 13:08:32

Marcus Samuelsson Is Opening a Montreal Restaurant   

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2018-11-15 11:57:22

Where to Eat in Rome's Fiumicino Airport   

Your Roman holiday begins (and ends) here The best eating in Italy lies beyond the tarmac, but Rome's Fiumicino Leonardo da Vinci airport (FCO) has enhanced its dining options in recent years. Upgrades following a fire in the main international terminal in 2015 have brought more eating choices and comfier waiting areas — plus an eye-popping array of designer shopping. The sleek new area earned FCO an award for most improved airport and boasts a fully revamped set of restaur...

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2018-11-15 11:40:50

David Chang Opens a More Mature and Spacious Noodle Bar in NYC Today   

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2018-11-15 10:26:46

Millennials Are Choosing Smaller Turkeys Over Butterball Behemoths This Thanksgiving  

Plus, Dunkin' is about to debut its new line of espresso drinks in hopes of taking on Starbucks, and more food news Thanksgiving turkeys are getting smaller Millennials, those young whippersnappers long derided by older generations, are reaching the age when they begin to host their own Thanksgiving meals. Rockwellian oversized birds have been the norm on Thanksgiving tables for years, but it appears these new T-Day hosts are taking their cues from TV chefs who claim smaller...

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2018-11-15 10:00:48

The 2018 Eater Holiday Gift Guide  

There's plenty to give the food enthusiast in your life, from cool restaurant swag to the best new cookbooks (and everything in between) The holidays are coming, meaning it's time to start buying people stuff. Lots of stuff. And what better strategy is there for gift-giving than leaning into the one thing pretty much everyone loves: food. Of course, not everyone loves food the same way. This year, Eater is catering to a few recognizable people in your life: the en...

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2018-11-14 14:21:36

Beloved Food Magazine 'Cooking Light' Is Ending Regular Print Issues  

200 employees at Meredith Corp. were laid off amid a merger of Cooking Light and EatingWell Some of America's most reliable lifestyle and healthy-recipe magazines will disappear from mailboxes at the end of 2018. Less than a year after devouring Time Inc.'s collection of 22 food and lifestyle magazines, Meredith Corp. is scaling back two of its Birmingham, Alabama-based titles — Cooking Light and Coastal Living. The publishing giant announced today that it will merge Co...

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2018-11-14 12:51:52

The Black Friday Deals on Kitchen Gadgets to Know About   

From the Instant Pot to KitchenAid mixers, here are the cooking tools on sale for the holiday Even the most expert restaurant chefs need tools to get the job done; just take it from Genevieve Gergis of Bestia and Bavel in LA, who relies on a KitchenAid Hand Blender, or Floyd Cardoz of New York's Bombay Bread Bar who mixes spices with a small motorized coffee grinder. Based on recommendations from pros like these, plus the dozens of tools Eater has tested on video for You Ca...

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2018-11-14 12:04:04

What to Know About LA's Food Scene Right Now  

This week on The Upsell: LA restaurants to know and what we love/hate about Platform On the latest episode of the Eater Upsell, we're talking all things Los Angeles. Eater LA editor Matthew Kang calls in to catch us up on LA's recent openings and the food media scene. LA's senior editor Farley Elliott takes Dan to the three restaurants he thinks are LA's trendiest. And special correspondent Meghan McCarron and Farley call in to discuss Platform, a hip and high-end sho...

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2018-11-14 11:11:08

My Coworkers Turned on Me When I Reported a Chef to HR  

I had a witness, I spoke up about what happened to me, but I was the one who ended up leaving This is Eater Voices, where chefs, restaurateurs, writers, and industry insiders share their perspectives about the food world, tackling a range of topics through the lens of personal experience. First-time writer? Don't worry, we'll pair you with an editor to make sure your piece hits the mark. If you want to write an Eater Voices essay, please send us a couple paragraphs explaini...

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2018-11-14 10:52:28

Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Bangkok, Phuket, and Phang-nga  

Raan Jay Fai maintains its Michelin star and is once again the only street food on the list For the second year, the dining guide wing of tire company Michelin has released its recommendations for Thailand. In 2018, Michelin sent its inspectors to restaurants in Phuket and Phang-nga in addition to Bangkok. And yet, there are just 27 restaurants in Thailand with Michelin stars, only 10 more than in last year's inaugural guide, and not a single Phang-nga restaurant on the list...

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2018-11-14 10:28:40

Chick-fil-A Now Delivers Chicken Sandwiches and Waffle Fries Nationwide  

Plus, a new study reveals just how bad global food waste is, and more food news Chick-fil-A will now deliver straight to your door In addition to its fried chicken sandwiches and unsavory corporate stance on gay rights, Chick-fil-A is famous for employees' smiling faces that greet customers at the counter and drive-thru. But for those who just can't stand going out into public and engaging in human interaction, there is now another way. The Atlanta-based chain has announce...

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2018-11-14 10:17:40

How Silicon Valley's Favorite Chinese-American Restaurant Was Born  

Since opening in 1970, Chef Chu's has played host to tech elites and numerous heads of state On his third day in the United States, Lawrence Chu went looking for a job. It was 1964, and the 21-year-old had just emigrated from Hong Kong to San Francisco. He spoke little English, but he had one advantage: His father, a well-respected interior designer who had already been in the States for two years, knew one of the bosses of a popular restaurant. Chu walked to the Trader Vic...

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2018-11-13 17:56:07

Watch: How to Make Eight Feet of Nachos for 100 People  

Key advice for building kitchen-counter-sized loaded nachos for a crowd Previous episodes of You Can Do This have attempted once-daunting tasks like making your own Gushers, building your own s'mores rotisserie, turning your kitchen into a Thai rolled ice cream shop, and timing the perfectly soft Japanese omelette. This episode, sadly the final one for the series, is no different. True to form, host Clifford Endo is overcomplicating and macgyvering like only he can — this ...

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2018-11-13 16:42:48

Guy Fieri Feeds First Responders Battling Northern California Fires  

And in Southern California, rock-and-roller Dave Grohl is feeding first responders who are dealing with another blaze Guy Fieri, the longtime incumbent mayor of Flavortown who was just elected to yet another four-year term, is providing a civil service by feeding first responders who are engaged with the devastating wildfires in Northern California. Fieri hasn't made much of a big deal about his good deed, but as the Huffington Post notes, the Butte County Sheriff's Departm...

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2018-11-13 15:52:07

Three More Restaurants That Nearly Made the National 38  

In an alternate universe, these spots would round out the list This post originally appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic," a twice-monthly dispatch from Bill's travels across the country. Browse the archives here. Today Eater published its fifth guide to the 38 Essential Restaurants in America — a project to which the staff refers internally as the "National 38," since it was conceived as a counterpart to the lists compiled by the e...

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2018-11-13 13:31:29

Watch: How Russian Sturgeon Caviar Is Farmed and Processed  

Chef Katie Pickens visits Marshallberg Farm to learn how the delicacy goes from fish to tin Russian sturgeon produce one of the most expensive and sought after caviar, and it's almost always imported from Russia and Europe; personally, I hadn't found this species raised in the United States at all until I heard about the operations at Marshallberg Farm. Based in Lenoir, North Carolina, Marshallberg Farm is producing top-quality roe in the US using a sustainable aquacultur...

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2018-11-13 11:53:33

Trump Wants France to Buy More American Wine   

It appears he is stoking the flames of a trade war Donald Trump surprised Twitter followers this morning with a micro-missive about how tariffs make it "very hard for the U.S. to sell its wines into France," while "the U.S. makes it easy for French wines, and charges very small" tariffs. The POTUS also notes that "France makes excellent wine, but so does the U.S." This message was part of a deluge of early morning tweets about France and its leader, President Emman...

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2018-11-13 11:09:37

America's 38 Essential Restaurants  

The fine dining stunners, neighborhood charmers, and regional vanguards that show us who we are and how we eat Plenty of smart, useful articles appear each year directing people to the nation's buzziest restaurants, highlighting emerging trends and up-and-coming chefs. This annual guide, compiled after 34 weeks of travel and almost 600 meals in 36 cities, aims to accomplish something else: It's a distillation of the foods and the communities to which I've borne witness....

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2018-11-13 11:00:46

Michelin Releases Its First Cantonese Food Guide  

It's the first Michelin guide that focuses on a cuisine, not a city or region Today, Michelin announced the launch of its first guide to "fine Cantonese food." The French tire company has been putting out fine dining guides for decades now, but this is the first time Michelin has produced a guide to a specific cuisine, as opposed to a city or region. The Cantonese food guide covers 291 restaurants in 15 countries across Asia, Europe, and North America that serve the sty...

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2018-11-13 10:30:24

Cheap Beer Enthusiasts Might Have to Pour One Out for PBR  

Plus Tide's new packaging may have you mistaking its detergent for boxed wine, and more food news PBR may be in trouble Pabst Blue Ribbon, the budget beer that is the favored beverage in many a dive bar, could soon become a relic of the past. This is because, according to the Associated Press, MillerCoors, the brewing giant that produces PBR, wants to charge more for its services. The current partnership agreement between the brands ends in 2020, and lawyers for Pabst say Mi...

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2018-11-13 09:22:04

The Golden Age of Vegan Ice Cream Is Here  

There's never been a better time to make — or eat — dairy-free ice cream Micah Camden didn't want to give up ice cream. The Portland, Oregon, chef is known around town for serving quick comfort foods at restaurants like burger drive-thru Super Deluxe and Boxer Ramen, and he was a co-founder of Blue Star Donuts. But, in recent years, Camden has found that he can't eat as much of certain foods, including dairy. It's not that he has a diagnosed food allergy, but some p...

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2018-11-13 09:11:03

Watch Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Anthony Bourdain Discuss Astronaut Hot Sauce   

Strange things happen to your taste buds in outer space Just one day after the series finale of Anthony Bourdain's CNN series Parts Unknown, National Geographic's astrology-themed show Startalk With Neil DeGrasse Tyson will air a new episode featuring an interview with the late author/TV star. In this scene from the Season 5 premiere, Bourdain and Tyson discuss how taste perception changes with altitude. Years ago, Bourdain actually got a brief lesson in what space trave...

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2018-11-12 13:28:46

The Best Moments of the 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown' Series Finale  

The episode features conversations with the Lower East Side artists who inspired the late author/TV host The final episode of CNN's award-winning travel show Parts Unknown focuses on a place that host Anthony Bourdain visited frequently as a young man: Manhattan's Lower East Side. "This is a show about a very special place, a special time, and some very special people," Bourdain says in the intro. "So much happened, so much began on New York's Lower East Side." It...

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2018-11-12 10:26:49

Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Raw Turkey Just in Time for Thanksgiving  

Plus, there's more speculation that ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz is planning a presidential run, and more food news Maybe try a new Thanksgiving entree this year Thanksgiving is next week, which makes this a less-than-ideal time for the Centers for Disease Control to announce a massive salmonella outbreak linked to raw turkey. This outbreak was first reported in July, and in a new update, the CDC says 164 people in 35 states have fallen ill. There have been 63 hospitaliza...

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2018-11-12 10:13:11

Inside Cookbook Legend Dorie Greenspan's Upper West Side Apartment  

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2018-11-12 10:08:39

'Can We Honor Your Service with a Steak, a Malibu Chicken, or the Jumbo Crispy Shrimp?'  

Over a free Veterans Day lunch at Sizzler, a father and daughter come to terms with the residual trauma of his tours of duty in Vietnam It's November 11 and I'm standing in front of the menu board at Sizzler with my dad, debating whether to add a mango lemonade to my steak lunch. The woman in front of us is haggling with the hostess taking her order, and she's just emptied a pocketful of change onto the counter. They're adding and subtracting toppings and side dishes, t...

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2018-11-12 10:03:22

Holiday Season of 'Nailed It!' and 'Great British Baking Show' Special Coming Soon  

Get ready for cakes, cookies, and holiday cheer Nailed It!, the most fun new food show of 2018, is returning to Netflix for a six-episode holiday-themed season on Friday, December 7. A trailer shows hosts Nicole Byer and Jacques Torres delivering the news about Season 3 while standing next to a Christmas tree and an electric fireplace bearing a menorah and a platter of festive cookies. This moment of holiday zen is broken when Wes, the stagehand who Byer frequently summoned fr

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2018-11-12 09:02:05

How to Day Drink Without Falling Asleep at the Table  

Stick to low-proof beverages, don't forget to eat and hydrate, and most importantly, know when to quit The world of dining and drinking is an obstacle course wrapped in a labyrinth wrapped in a logic puzzle — it's full of pitfalls, gray areas, and bewildering questions that really shouldn't even be questions (How do I find the bathroom?) and yet, somehow, are. Fortunately, your friends at Eater are here to help: Life Coach is a series of simple guides to the arcane ritu...

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2018-11-10 11:34:03

10 Essential Episodes of Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown'  

A guide to the author/travel host's most exciting TV adventures Over the last five years, Anthony Bourdain brought TV viewers to the most interesting places around the world on his award-winning, game-changing CNN show Parts Unknown. And now, following Bourdain's death last June, the show is sadly coming to a close. The final season of Parts Unknown will wrap up at Bourdain's old stomping grounds — the Lower East Side of New York City — this Sunday, November 11, in a...

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2018-11-10 09:11:00

'Migrant Kitchen' Episode Explores LA's Deep Connection to Jewish Delicatessens  

Weekend streaming recommendations and a roundup of the week's food pop culture news This post originally appeared on November 9, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Congratulations on making it through what felt like a very long week. The good news is that there is a whole new season of The Great British Baking Show on Netflix to cure what ails you. I've also ...

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2018-11-09 17:16:06

'Parts Unknown' Producer Sandra Zweig on Anthony Bourdain's TV Legacy  

A Q&A with Zweig reveals how the show evolved over the years The 12th and final season of Parts Unknown comes to an end Sunday night with an episode looking back on the Lower East Side of late host Anthony Bourdain's youth. It premiered in 2013 as a follow-up to Bourdain's Travel Channel series No Reservations, expanding on the food and travel concept to tell more political and human stories. The show went places other travel shows typically wouldn't, such as Libya, T...

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2018-11-09 15:50:08

Donnel Baird Wants to Build an Actually Ethical Billion Dollar Company  

On "Start to Sale," the BlocPower founder discusses how to battle climate change and help low-income communities while turning a profit Donnel Baird has a more complex business than most start-up founders. His company BlocPower aims to scale green energy across American inner cities by updating millions of older buildings while hiring from vulnerable populations. It's a public benefit corporation, so it's for-profit and focused on the bottom line but also committed to e...

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2018-11-09 11:40:41

Franchisees Say 7-Eleven Is Using ICE to Punish Troublesome Store Owners  

Multiple stores raided by immigration officers in January were run by owners who had been critical of the parent company The Trump administration's latest attempt to crack down on undocumented workers targets 7-Eleven, and the convenience store chain's corporate offices don't necessarily see this as a problem, Bloomberg reports. In January, immigration officers raided 98 7-Eleven stores in 17 states, serving inspection notices and arresting 21 suspected undocumented em...

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2018-11-09 10:49:47

'Palestine Is Not Just Geography, It's How We Cook and Eat and Talk'  

A new generation of chefs is making a political statement — by modernizing and codifying the Palestinian kitchen Every morning, Fadi Kattan steps outside of the stone-walled courtyard that surrounds his gourmet Palestinian restaurant, Fawda, or "chaos" in Arabic, looking for inspiration. Stopping off at the butchers, bakeries, and spice shops that surround the cobblestone-lined outdoor market just outside his Bethlehem establishment, Kattan is working with ingredients tha...

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2018-11-09 10:33:57

Russia Is Breeding 'Super Chickens' to Safeguard Against Potential U.S. Sanctions  

Plus, Starbucks targets major expansion in Japan, and more food news to close out the week Russia brings back Soviet-era poultry Any headline that begins with "Putin Resurrects the Soviet ..." can't be good. In this case, the Russian president is bringing back a breed of "super chickens" that fed the communist empire in its waning years, according to Bloomberg. These juiced-up birds which are described as "a bigger and tastier version of Gallus gallus domesticus,...

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2018-11-09 09:11:04

Is This the Fancy New Hand Soap of Choice for Cool Restaurants?  

Best known for its cultishly adored Santal 33 fragrance, Le Labo might be giving Aesop a run for its money The importance of a restaurant bathroom cannot be overstated: If it's gross, diners may never return, and if it's wonderful — sporting, say, Ryan Gosling wallpaper or a bar serving free Champagne — it will almost certainly achieve Instagram fame. Great restaurants consider every last lavatory detail, right down to the hand soap. The distinctive cream-and-black pump...

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2018-11-08 15:36:18

The 'Parts Unknown' Series Finale Tells Anthony Bourdain's Origin Story  

A trip down memory lane on Manhattan's Lower East Side airs this Sunday The last episode of Parts Unknown will air this Sunday, November 11, at 9 p.m. ET/PT, five months and three days after host Anthony Bourdain's death. The series finale, set on Manhattan's Lower East Side, closes the book on an era of Bourdain-hosted television that spanned 16 years, four series, and three networks. In this episode, which was filmed a couple of months before Bourdain died, viewers will...

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2018-11-08 15:02:56

Wendy's Says Income Inequality Is Hurting Sales. Maybe It Should Pay Its Workers More?  

The chain's CEO says low-income Americans are eating less fast food due to wage stagnation Sales at Wendy's are down, and the fast-food chain's CEO says income inequality is to blame. On the company's quarterly earnings call earlier this week, chief executive Todd Penegor pointed to low-income households not eating as much fast food as one cause of the chain's sales slide — which is somewhat ironic considering the fast-food industry is notoriously one of the lowest-...

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2018-11-08 12:04:48

Watch: Can a Turkey Deep-Fryer Make Thanksgiving Easier?  

The Butterball gadget is the safest way to fry a big bird The turkey providers at Butterball go above and beyond every Thanksgiving, offering everything from a Turkey Talk-Line with very friendly turkey experts who guide amateur chefs through cooking their bird, robust how-to explainers from thawing to carving, and now even a partnership with Amazon's Echo — so you don't even have to pick up the phone. There isn't a part of Thanksgiving cooking that Butterball hasn'...

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2018-11-08 11:55:03

A Gated Community Tried to Form a New, Whiter Town to Land a Cheesecake Factory  

Residents of a gated community in Georgia say they're not racist, they just really love fancy chain restaurants The 2018 midterm elections resulted in Democrats retaking control of the House and Michigan legalizing recreational weed, among other things — but residents of one Georgia county were more concerned with faux-Egyptian pillars and gigantic menus: A gated country club community outside of Atlanta sought to secede from its city because the residents claim they wanted...

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2018-11-08 11:15:37

The Former Noma Chef Taking Over School Cafeterias  

Dan Giusti's Brigaid is putting chefs in American public schools to change the way kids eat Welcome to Doing It Right, a column where Eater meets chefs, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs who recognize challenges in their communities — and are actually doing something about it. In this installment, we head to New London, Connecticut to focus on the work of Brigaid. The challenge: Although national nutrition guidelines aim to ensure healthy school lunches for all students, s...

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2018-11-08 10:51:23

Butterball Turkey Hotline Experts Are Now Inside Your Amazon Alexa  

Plus, Walmart is challenging Amazon's dominance in the online-grocery business, and more food news Alexa, did I just ruin this turkey? This Thanksgiving, frazzled amateur chefs will be able to solicit help from turkey experts via their Amazon Echo devices. The Butterball Turkey Talk-Line is partnering up with Alexa to provide pre-recorded answers to a number of T-Day cooking questions, according to Wired. The new Alexa "skill" launched a week ago. "We really want to ...

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2018-11-08 10:39:29

Netflix Rewrites the Recipe for Cooking Shows on 'The Final Table'   

The new global culinary challenge is the most ambitious food show the entertainment giant has ever produced On a gray Friday in Los Angeles last December, the stage of The Final Table was covered in a sweeping digital mural depicting a storybook illustration of the heavens, complete with clouds, moons, and a constellation of stars. Nine culinary titans — including chefs Grant Achatz, Clare Smyth, and Enrique Olvera — ceremoniously walked across a raised balcony in the cente...

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2018-11-08 09:51:13

Acclaimed Pastry Chef Albert Adrià Debuts His London Cake Shop  

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2018-11-07 17:12:18

'Chef Flynn,' Documenting the Rise of a Culinary Prodigy, Hits Theaters November 9  

The movie tracks the early career of New York City's fine-dining wunderkind Do you know Flynn McGarry? If you live outside New York City, chances are you do not. But if you are among those who keep close tabs on NYC's restaurant scene, you may know McGarry is a 19-year-old wunderkind who operates his own tasting-menu restaurant, Gem, on the city's Lower East Side. The young culinary pro is the subject of a new documentary, Chef Flynn, which will get a limited theatrical r...

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2018-11-07 15:19:32

Watch: Why the Rich and Famous Flock to Restaurant Chain Nobu  

The chef at the celebrity-obsessed chain pioneered the concept of American sushi The reason why you see yellowtail paired with little slices of jalapeno on modern sushi menus is all thanks to Nobu. If you haven't already heard of it, Nobu is a global chain of restaurants with nearly 40 locations around the world including London, Ibiza, the Bahamas, and Mexico City. Its chef is Nobu Matsuhisa, who transformed sushi into a global cuisine and shaped the concept of American sush...

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2018-11-07 10:54:31

New 'Law & Order: SVU' Episode Tackles Sexual Misconduct in Restaurants  

Plus, Maine's lobster industry is hit by Trump's trade war, and more food news Dun, dun: 'Law & Order' goes after a sexual-deviant chef Writers for Law & Order: Special Victims Unit make their living by telling sensationalized crime stories ripped directly from real-life headlines. It appears they have been paying attention to what's going on in restaurant kitchens. This week's episode of SVU, titled "Hell's Kitchen," will focus on a famous chef who...

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2018-11-07 09:24:21

Election Day Results in Minimum Wage Boosts for Restaurant Workers  

Arkansas and Missouri pass minimum wage ballot measures, and other food-related election results Voters in Arkansas and Missouri resoundingly approved ballot measures that will increase minimum wage for low-paid workers, including those in the restaurant industry. Missouri's Proposition B, which passed with 62 percent of the vote, will gradually increase the state's minimum wage from $7.85 per hour to $12 per hour by 2023. Arkansas's Issue 5, which passed with 68 percent...

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2018-11-06 14:04:38

Eater Is Hiring a Freelance Editorial Associate  

Here's how to apply Eater is looking for a freelance Editorial Associate for 8 to 12 hours per week to help with the brand's travel-focused vertical, Eater Travel. We're looking for someone with one to three years editorial experience who can work with the travel editor to line edit travel stories — including maps of where to eat domestically and abroad — draft social copy, and help with photo research, story layout, and basic fact checking. The ideal applicant w...

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2018-11-06 11:19:47

Burger King Uses Kanye Tweet to Escalate Beef With McDonald's   

Dunkin Heinz is recalling cake mix, Jose Andres wants you to vote, and more news to start the day Burger King's viral Tweet inception These days, many of the big fast food brands exhibit some degree of sassiness on social media (see: here, here, here, here), but the UK branch of Burger King is feistier than most on Twitter. Yesterday, the brand decided to use a tweet from Kanye West to drag its forever-enemy, McDonald's. Explains a lot

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2018-11-06 10:08:49

Sorry, Rewarding Voters With Free Food Is Technically Illegal  

How restaurants get away with doing it anyway After performing their civic duty on Election Day, millions of Americans will proudly wear their resulting "I Voted" sticker as a badge of honor — and scores of restaurants will seize the opportunity to get customers in the door by rewarding voters with discounts or free food, from Shake Shack fries to night-long happy hours. But despite the proliferation of such promos, they're actually against the law: The Federal Electio...

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2018-11-06 09:32:23

Has the Poke Trend Peaked?  

Recent closures and bankruptcies indicate the mainland fast-casual raw fish craze may be leveling off In the winter of 2015, Los Angeles was in the midst of an all-out poke craze: Restaurants had popped up from Glendale to Santa Monica serving their versions of poke, a beloved Hawaiian dish made with diced raw fish and various ingredients like seaweed and roasted kukui nuts. By spring 2016, Spinfish Poke House had entered the field with a Pasadena location and quickly spread to

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2018-11-06 09:21:56

Pizza to the Polls Will Feed Thousands of Voters Stuck in Long Lines on Election Day  

Fueling democracy, one slice at a time Voters may find themselves stuck in awfully long lines to cast their midterm ballots today, if early voting is any indication: In several states including Texas, Nevada, and Arizona, early voter turnout has already smashed previous midterm records. Long waits can serve as a deterrent for even the most eager voters, but one organization is doing its damnedest to feed hungry citizens who are stuck waiting in line: Pizza to the Polls. What i

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2018-11-06 09:11:04

The $11 Piece of Plastic That Can Help You Attain the Clean Kitchen of Your Dreams  

It may not be a sexy tool, but it's a cooking and cleaning game changer There's nothing sexy about the rectangular piece of plastic that is the bench scraper — a common cook's tool for measuring, cutting, gathering, and cleaning. But Sarah Rich, half of the duo behind the pasta destination Rich Table, in San Francisco, cannot survive in the kitchen without the Matfer Bourgeat Nylon Dough Scraper. She discovered it working at another acclaimed San Francisco restaurant,...

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2018-11-05 16:30:32

The Looming Dystopia of Drone-Delivered Pizza and Walmart Food Halls  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on November 3, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. This week on our podcast, my co-host Daniel asked me if I thought UberEats's goal to have drones delivering our food by 2021 sounded dystopian. Not in itself, no. But that plus all the other UberEat...

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2018-11-05 14:34:42

Eleven Madison Park's Aspen Pop-Up Better Have Fancy Lodge Decor  

We humbly submit the following pieces for consideration The team behind NYC's tony Eleven Madison Park does not vacation like you do. For the past two summers, restaurateur Will Guidara and chef Daniel Humm took over a beach house in the East Hamptons for an exclusive pop-up deemed EMP Summer House, where the all-white interior, Adirondack chairs, and barside copper flamingos gave off extreme summer vibes. Now, the duo are promising to "make it nice" during a pop-up in A...

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2018-11-05 14:20:28

Eater Young Gun Shota Nakajima Is Opening a Casual Japanese Restaurant in Seattle  

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2018-11-05 13:19:57

There's No Escaping the Gentrification of Chai  

In Pakistan's most populous city, a wave of upscale chai stands are selling working-class tea culture to a new generation of affluent consumers On warm evenings in the affluent Karachi neighborhood of Defence, there's often a steady stream of SUVs pulling off the main drag, Khayaban-e-Bukhari, onto tucked-away side streets. Arriving at a wall painted in the style of either South Asian truck art or kitschy Pakistani film, the occupants get out and hand their keys to a v...

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2018-11-05 12:55:23

A Brief History of Starbucks' Holiday Cup Controversies   

The coffee chain's seasonal cup designs have ignited plenty of internet fury in recent years Starbucks devotees get awfully excited about the chain's annual unveiling of its holiday cups — but in recent years, not everyone has been so cheerful about it. The chain first introduced holiday cups in 1997, annually featuring Christmas-y designs such as reindeer and ornaments, and managing to remain scandal-free for nearly two decades. In 2015, however, the tumultuous politic...

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2018-11-05 10:56:02

Danny Meyer Calls Closing a Restaurant an 'Incredible Learning Experience'  

Chinese tariffs create tough times for soy bean farmers, Applebee's bounces back thanks to cheap booze, and more news to start your day Danny Meyer's silver linings playbook In his hospitality bible Setting the Table, restaurateur extraordinaire Danny Meyer wrote, "I haven't had the experience of closing any of [my restaurants], and I pray I never will." That book was published 12 years ago, and since Danny wrote those words, he actually has had to close a restaura...

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2018-11-05 10:13:13

Michael Solomonov Has Another New Philly Restaurant in the Works  

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2018-11-05 09:26:32

Starbucks Fans Are Pissed After Reusable Red Cups Run Out  

The coffee giant's tradition of holiday cup drama continues People are pissed about Starbucks' holiday cups, but not for the usual political and/or religious reasons: This time around, they're mad the coffee giant quickly ran out of the reusable red cups that it began handing out to customers for free on Friday. The plain red reusable cups were rolled out on Friday (in addition to four subtly Christmas-y designs of regular disposable cups) and intended to be given to cus...

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2018-11-05 09:13:04

Watch Jonah Hill Reprise His Benihana-Loving Kid Character on 'SNL'  

Adam Grossman is back with a fresh barrage of cringe-worthy jokes During his fifth SNL hosting appearance, actor/writer/director/2018 style icon Jonah Hill brought back a character he's played a few times in the past: six-year-old, joke-spewing Benihana connoisseur Adam Grossman. This character is basically a middle aged insult comic in a little kid's body, and he's got plenty of groan-worthy jokes about his nanny (played by Leslie Jones), their dining companions (Kenan T...

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2018-11-03 09:12:08

Natalie Portman-Narrated Documentary 'Eating Animals' Cuts Right to the Bone  

Three streaming recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on November 2, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. I hope you had a Halloween that was filled with candy, costumes, and spooky surprises (if you're into that sort of stuff). Here are notes on three things to watch this week...

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2018-11-02 15:37:43

Gwyneth Paltrow Got Two Ultra-Famous Chefs to Cater Her Wedding  

Her Hamptons soiree sounds like it was the feast of the century The hottest restaurant of fall 2018 is actually Gwyneth Paltrow's wedding. At the end of September, just a few weeks after the actress/entrepreneur's company settled a costly jade vagina egg lawsuit, Paltrow married her longtime beau Brad Falchuk in the backyard of her house in Amagansett, New York. And now, one month after the big day, G-Money is revealing all the juicy details about her Hamptons wedding ex...

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2018-11-02 15:31:15

Rumor: Resy Is Acquiring Reserve, the Other Non-OpenTable Restaurant Reservation System  

The source of the rumor is Tock founder and Chicago restaurateur Nick Kokonas, who claims to have walked away from a deal with Reserve The multitude of restaurant reservation apps diners have to pick from is about to shrink by one: It appears that reservation platform Resy is purchasing its competitor Reserve for an as-yet-undisclosed amount. According to Chicago-based restaurateur Nick Kokonas — whose Tock reservation system competes with Resy and Reserve — Resy has reach...

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2018-11-02 14:35:29

Watch: The Architecture-Trained Chef Creating Sky-High Pastries  

What better way to build a tower of sweets than with a leveling tool? "I haven't done a showpiece in probably over a decade," says Rebecca DeAngelis, host of Eater's new video series for dessert lovers, Sugar Coated. "So what better way to get back into it than with a former architect, now pastry chef?" DeAngelis is meeting with Jansen Chan, said former architect, who is now the director of pastry operations at the International Culinary Center in New York City. ...

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2018-11-02 11:58:05

Watch: Legendary Sushi Chef Masa Invented a New Way to Cook Better Burgers  

The trick is a one-of-a-kind cast iron tool It's somewhat surprising to hear that legendary sushi chef Masa Takayama — the man behind the first Japanese restaurant in the United States to earn a three-star rating from the Michelin guide — is serving a burger at one of his New York restaurants. Prime Time hosts Ben Turley and Brent Young, who not too long ago went on a quest to create the perfect dry-aged burger for their restaurant, are visiting Takayama's Tribeca resta...

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2018-11-02 11:47:36

The Glittery and Gold Food Trend Is a Plague That Must Be Stopped  

Sparkly lattes and gilded chicken wings are the very worst of so-called "Instagram food" Last month, perennial fast-food favorite Popeyes rolled out boneless wings battered in champagne and coated in 24-karat gold. Available at just a handful of locations, the price of the one-day-only offering was surprisingly egalitarian, at just $5 for six wings and a biscuit. Nonetheless, the ostentatious menu item was an eyebrow-raising outlier for the fried chicken chain, which is mor...

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2018-11-02 10:46:39

'Chef's Table' Star Francis Mallmann Wants to Save Vegans From Their Boring Vegetables  

Plus, Starbucks plans to continue its global takeover, and more food news to end the week Meat zealot Francis Mallmann sees a dystopian future without meat Francis Mallmann, the Chef's Table star, flesh-and-blood caricature of white-male chefdom, emperor of all grilled meats, is now working on —gasp — a vegan cookbook. This development has come about thanks to an epiphany of Mallmann's: "In 30 more years, we won't eat any more animals," he tells Bloomberg. While ...

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2018-11-02 09:49:54

Dermalogica's Founder Thinks People-Pleasing Leads to Mediocrity  

On "Start to Sale," Jane Wurwand discusses the need to be polarizing to achieve success and the value of kindness for a CEO Jane Wurwand, the co-founder of skincare brand Dermalogica, came to the United States in 1983, saw a gap in the market for skincare education, opened a training company called the International Dermal Institute, and then launched her skincare line to serve her students. Decades and 106 countries later, she sold the company to Unilever and is now focuse...

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2018-11-02 09:12:02

Which Food Magazine Has the Best Thanksgiving Cover?  

It's a sea of gravy and weird side dishes out there For publishers of food magazines, the November Thanksgiving issue — the one issue that a casual home cook is most likely to grab, in a panicked moment of desperation, as they add a bag of fresh cranberries to the grocery checkout conveyor belt — represents the time to truly bring their A-game. Thematically, readers are all looking for the same thing (i.e., how to not completely screw up Thanksgiving dinner), and with tha...

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2018-11-01 16:33:17

Food Shows and Movies Coming to Netflix and Hulu This November  

A guide to new arrivals on all the big streaming services The start of a new month means a fresh selection of food-focused television shows and movies is available to stream on the major platforms. Here are some new titles available on Netflix and Hulu this November. The Final Table, Netflix's latest plunge into the reality-culinary-competition waters, premieres Tuesday, November 20 and is its most ambitious yet. The roster of 24 kitchen rivals includes lauded chefs from 18 ...

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2018-11-01 15:29:55

15 Headlines for Future Reviews of Bobby Flay's New Restaurant, Shark  

The puns write themselves Bobby Flay, the chef known as much for being the boy who met grill as Actually Cooking™ at his NYC restaurant Gato, is set to open his first new Vegas restaurant in years. In March 2019, Flay will open Shark, which, according to Eater Vegas, will focus on fish, with inspiration from "South American, Mexican, and Mediterranean ingredients." Presumably there will be ancho chile galore. A new Flay restaurant is potentially a big deal, so Eater has ...

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2018-11-01 14:03:00

Watch: Will a Pressure Smoker Give You Great Barbecue Indoors?  

Meet the gadget promising to deliver smoked ribs on your countertop For those of us who don't have any outdoor space and don't have a smoker, making barbecue at home may now be possible with this electric pressure cooker that's also a smoker. The electric pressure cooker from Kalorik comes in at $150 and can be used as a pressure cooker, smoker (including cold smoking), slow cooker, and steamer. "If this works, this is the Instant Pot of smokers," says Kitchen Gadget ...

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2018-11-01 11:09:35

Samin Nosrat Discusses Anthony Bourdain's Complicated Legacy  

Plus, today's the day for free Taco Bell, and more food news Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat star Samin Nosrat on Anthony Bourdain Samin Nosrat, the James Beard award-winning author-turned-Netflix star who created Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat, recently stopped by Netflix's in-house podcast to discuss her work. Among the topics of conversation was Anthony Bourdain, the late Parts Unknown host who changed the idea of what food and travel television should be. Nosrat called Bourdain "a me...

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2018-11-01 10:30:01

Ramen Master Ivan Orkin Wants to Drown the World in Tonkotsu  

The 'Chef's Table' star intends to open 100 restaurants in the next five years First, Ivan Orkin won over Tokyo with his ramen — no small feat for a gaijin. Then in 2012 he returned home to New York, where his Ivan Ramen and Slurp Shop restaurants have won the hearts of critics and ramen obsessives. Now, Orkin intends to take on the world: The noodle master is working on a ramen franchise concept, and plans to open 100 locations worldwide over the next five years. Orki...

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2018-11-01 09:18:11

Are Starbucks' New Holiday Cups Christmas-y Enough for You, America?  

The coffee giant rolls out its annual lineup of seasonal cup designs on November 2 Halloween is over, which means — at least in the retail sector — Christmas is basically here! Case in point: On Friday, Starbucks will roll out its annual lineup of holiday cups, a seemingly innocuous act that's nonetheless been subject to plenty of controversy in recent years. This year there are four new holiday cup designs: A red and white stripe pattern that's vaguely reminiscent of ...

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2018-10-31 14:43:39

I Tried Making One of Christine McConnell's Desserts (And It Was a Delightful Mess)  

Baking the Ouija board cookie cake did not go exactly as planned, but it was still a fun Halloween experiment  As a burlesque performer, I'd heard of baker/actress/model Christine McConnell years ago because of her proximity to Dita Von Teese. Recently, dozens of photos of her costume hunt appeared magically on my Instagram feed courtesy of Playclothes Vintage, one of my favorite thrift shops in Burbank, California. Although her niche interests would fit in perfectly amo...

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2018-10-31 14:26:31

Just Look at These Kids Dressed Up as Ina Garten and Jeffrey for Halloween  

Fabulous! Are you looking for a last-minute Halloween costume for your kids? Dress them up as Food Network star Ina Garten and her adorable husband, Jeffrey. How easy is that? These kids are really turning up the volume on Halloween. The key ingredient for this Ina costume is one good denim shirt, preferably from J. Crew. If you don't want to make your own blunt-cut bob wig, store-bought is fine. My friend T.R. is a model and he brought over this great sweater for the Jef...

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2018-10-31 12:55:11

Take a Look Around David Chang's New Spit-Roasted Meat Stall in NYC  

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2018-10-31 12:42:56

Noma's Super-Goth Dishes Were Foraged Straight From Hell  

A tasting menu for the death-obsessed It's the 31st of October, and at the single most talked-about fine dining restaurant of our time, the menu is chock full of dark, morbid delights. Since mid-October, Rene Redzepi's revamped Noma has been serving its game and forest menu. Perhaps taking a cue from when fellow foraging enthusiast Alex Atala decapitated a chicken at a culinary conference in Copenhagen, Redzepi has really leaned into the Meat Is Dead Animals aspect of gam...

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2018-10-31 10:57:02

The 6 Biggest Food Stories of October  

This week on The Upsell, we discuss UberEats drones, tablet tipping, water pickles, and more On the latest episode of the Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the biggest food stories of October. We discuss UberEats' plans to have drones delivering your food by 2021; the genius of chef Danny Bowien's new appetizer at restaurant Mission Chinese; how tablet payments have changed the way we tip (and our own divergent tipping philosophies); the cheating scandal at the Court of Mast...

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2018-10-31 10:35:30

World's 50 Best Names Maido as Latin America's Top Restaurant  

Plus, the forthcoming midterm elections may have a huge impact on American farmers, and more food news The best restaurant in Latin America is ... The World's 50 Best organization has released its list of the top 50 restaurants in Latina America, and Maido, located in Lima, Peru, is number one for the second year running. Helmed by chef Mitsuharu "Micha" Tsumura, the tasting-menu restaurant serves Nikkei, a merging of Japanese and Peruvian cuisines. "Chef Micha's N...

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2018-10-31 09:32:02

How Chefs With Food Allergies Make It Work  

As restaurants become more accommodating of diners' dietary restrictions, chefs are still navigating how to stay safe in the kitchen Jessica Largey, now chef and co-owner of Los Angeles restaurant Simone, didn't know she was allergic to seafood. She was rarely exposed to it at home and it wasn't until culinary school that she began eating it in earnest for the first time. Largey recalls her mouth getting itchy and thought it was strange. "But I figured that's just wha...

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2018-10-31 09:02:01

'Chilling Adventures of Sabrina' Star Kiernan Shipka Always Knows Where to Eat   

When she's not shooting Netflix's new show, Shipka might be found eating pastrami at Langer's or sushi at Sugarfish On her new Netflix series The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Kiernan Shipka plays a teenage witch whose idea of a good meal involves hitting up a local diner with her mortal friends. But in real life, Shipka has a much more refined palate. The TV star bounces between LA, New York, and Vancouver (where the show is filmed) eating at some of the hottest restau...

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2018-10-30 17:48:02

'The Great British Baking Show' Returns to Netflix November 9  

Noel Fielding, Sandi Toksvig, Prue Leith, and Paul Hollywood are back to provide cheeky commentary and stern judgment on baked goods A new season of The Great British Baking Show will arrive on Netflix just in time to wrap Americans in a warm blanket following the brutal run up to the midterm elections. The new episodes, officially known on the platform as "Collection 6," will be available to stream Friday, November 9, a spokesperson for the company confirms. The collecti...

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2018-10-30 12:11:19

Some Restaurant Workers Are Getting Paid to Vote This November  

Plus, restaurant chains are cutting back on dine-in business to focus on delivery, and more food news How restaurant workers can get to the polls on Tuesday Voting on election day can be tough for restaurant workers who work long shifts and are paid by the hour. So, some civic-minded restaurateurs are making it a little easier, Grub Street reports. Across America, employers are incentivizing their workers to vote with paid time off and rewards. Cava, a fast-casual chain Middl

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2018-10-30 10:26:21

Almond Boneless Chicken Is a Chinese-American Cult Favorite  

Why Michigan is obsessed with this fried-chicken-with-gravy dish When food writer Tina Caputo moved to San Francisco, a city renowned for its Chinatown, a few years ago, she searched far and wide for a beloved Chinese-American dish of her Michigan childhood. The dish, which she ordered countless times growing up at her neighborhood Chinese restaurant, Lotus Pond, involved crispy, deep-fried white-meat chicken, cut carefully into slices and set atop a bed of iceberg lettuce. It

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2018-10-30 09:59:29

What Your Take on Water Pickles Says About You  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on October 27, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. First up, please check out our brand-new video series, Sugar Coated, in which host Rebecca DeAngelis gets to research and develop new confections, techniques, and wild experiments in some of the countr...

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2018-10-30 09:28:27

The Fight for a Better Hospitality Industry Starts Here  

How one organization is pushing against wage inequality, gender discrimination, and sexual harassment in restaurants across the country This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. Late on an autumn afternoon in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, Kate Galassi stood with a baby in one hand and a microphone in the other, addressing a group of about 75 women and a handful of men who sat around long tables in a warmly lit, brick-walled event space at the Wythe Hotel. "We want to chang...

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2018-10-29 16:23:05

Antoni Porowski Is Serving Flesh in Netflix's 'American Psycho' Spoof  

The Queer Eye star channels Patrick Bateman and a little Hannibal Lecter for the Halloween short Let's start by acknowledging the most pressing questions regarding Antoni Psycho, a two-minute short film just released as part of Netflix's surprise Halloween anthology, Don't Watch This. Did Queer Eye food expert Antoni Porowski want to participate because of his reverence for Christian Bale's iconic performance as Patrick Bateman in American Psycho? Or, did Porowski just ...

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2018-10-29 13:02:43

The True Madness of a Viral Wing Pricing Scheme   

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2018-10-29 11:43:52

Walmart's Got the Exclusive on Instant Pot's Latest Gadget  

And it's promoting the multicooker with a new deal, before holiday shopping season heats up As the holiday season approaches, Walmart is attempting to flex with another Instant Pot exclusive. This one's called the Gem, and like Instant Pot's other products, it's about as multipurpose as kitchen appliances come — but a pressure cooker, it is not. The Gem is a microprocessor-powered slow cooker that can automatically control the timer and temperature of the unit to bes...

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2018-10-29 11:38:04

'Curious Creations' Star Christine McConnell Turned Her Parents' House Into a Halloween Masterpiece   

The baker/artist/model/actress spent over a month on her latest triumph Before she was the star of her own twisted baking show on Netflix, Christine McConnell achieved viral fame by decorating her parents' house in Highland, California, so that it resembled the face of a giant many-eyed monster. She's kept the tradition alive over the years, and on Friday, McConnell unveiled her newest reimagining of her family's home, which boasts burning orange demon eyes and candy corn...

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2018-10-29 10:19:44

Viral Justin Bieber Burrito Photo Was Actually an Elaborate Hoax  

Plus, an oral history of the vodka Red Bull, and more food news to kick off the week Justin Bieber might be a normal burrito eater, after all A life lesson: If you see a bizarre photo of Justin Bieber on the internet, always question whether or not it's an elaborate piece of stunt-art involving a look-a-like. Yes, that pic of the Biebs eating a burrito sideways was a hoax created by the folks behind a popular YouTube channel called Yes Theory. The fake Bieber made fools out ...

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2018-10-29 10:04:40

The 16 Hottest New Restaurants in San Antonio  

Where to find peach-glazed baby backs, jerk chicken by the pound, and tequila almond croissants in Alamo City Today Eater returns to San Antonio, Texas, to check out 16 of the city's hottest newcomers. 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 or so. "There's a little of everything this year," says Elizarraras, "from sought-after carnitas to midcentur...

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2018-10-29 09:32:01

This Cleverly Designed Jigger Will Make You a Better Mixologist  

Pour one out for the traditional jiggers, now superseded After working her way up the ladder at magazines and websites in New York City, culinary writer, recipe developer and food stylist Rebekah Peppler was ready for a change of pace. She traded her apartment in Brooklyn in favor of Paris, and in the process, fell hard for l'heure de l'aperitif, that fleeting, oh-so-French cocktail-and-snack interlude between a long workday and the evening meal. Her new book, Aperitif:...

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2018-10-29 09:02:02

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