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Why Can't We Talk About Race in Food?  

Five writers on what it's like to be silenced This story was originally published on Civil Eats. When journalist and author Bonnie Tsui wrote a New York Times op-ed recently asking, "Why is Asian salad still on the menu?" it struck a chord with many readers. In the piece, Tsui wrote: In many American restaurants, the Asian salad is right up there next to the Greek salad and the Caesar salad. You might think this is progress—cultural inclusion on a menu. And yet the As...

2017-06-28 13:01:01
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Restaurant Loses Nearly Its Entire Kitchen Staff Following Visit From ICE  

The owner has launched a charity fund for the affected employees A Baltimore restaurant is suddenly and severely understaffed following a visit from an Immigration and Customs Enforcement agent. The BoatHouse Canton, located on the city's waterfront, lost dozens of its kitchen staff last week after ICE paid the restaurant a visit to verify all of its employees' immigration statuses, the Washington Post reports. In an open letter to customers posted to Facebook over the weeke...

2017-06-28 12:01:00
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Eat Like a Local, Have Lunch at a Tasca  

Beloved by Lisboetas, tascas are tiny, inexpensive, and the place to go for lunch Nothing is so universally loved among Lisboetas — from all income, class, and social strata — as the tasca, the inexpensive, tiny restaurants where locals eat daily, especially at lunch. These unadorned neighborhood fixtures serve classic, rustic Portuguese dishes like stews, steaks, and fried or grilled fish. Often, they have done so for decades. These eateries can be found everywhere, on al...

2017-06-28 11:36:39
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NY Times Puts 'Cooking' Behind a Paywall  

A 24/7 Ichiran opens in Taipei and more intel The New York Times is adding a paywall to its cooking app/site. Non subscribers will still have access to "a selection of editor-curated recipes, collections, and guides" and the baseline recipe box, a rep tells Eater. Meanwhile, regular Times subscribers and new subs willing to pay a $65/year fee will get access to the full recipe archive and a more customizable recipe box. Sam Sifton has more. One factor in the rise of poke a...

2017-06-28 11:01:01
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Watch Spider-Man Scare the Hell Out of New York Starbucks Customers  

Hilarity ensues as the masked avenger drops from the ceiling to grab his coffee Because he's a native New Yorker, Spider-Man probably wouldn't go to Starbucks to get his morning coffee — he seems more like the "light and sweet" bagel cart kind of guy. But if the web-slinger did go to the Seattle-based chain for his coffee, it might look something like this clip that Sony is using to promote the forthcoming blockbuster Spider-Man: Homecoming. Watch as one of the stunt ...

2017-06-28 10:31:09
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How Amazon's Plan to Buy Whole Foods Has Affected Blue Apron  

It's awkward timing for the meal kit company's IPO Meal kit trailblazer Blue Apron is going public and is set to begin trading Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange — but its initial stock price won't be nearly as high as initially thought. The culprit? Amazon — or more specifically, Amazon's recent play to buy out Whole Foods, a strategic move that's expected to have a hefty impact on numerous industries. Blue Apron originally said that the 30 million shares it...

2017-06-28 08:01:04
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What Fine Dining Looks Like in Lisbon  

Five meals that are worth the splurge Lisbon might not be known as a fine-dining destination, but a group of groundbreaking chefs are ushering in a new era of ambitious cooking. Showcasing the unbelievable ingredients Portugal has to offer, including fresh seafood and porco preto pork from Alentejo, these restaurants blend Portuguese traditions with inspiration drawn from across the globe. Menus run from 40€ to 165€, which means even the most splurge-worthy meals in Lisbo...

2017-06-28 08:00:08
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Porto Tónico Is Your New G&T  

One part white port + two parts tonic water = summer drinking After our honeymoon in Spain five years ago, my husband and I spent the better part of a year ordering gin and tonics, Spain's favorite cocktail, wherever we went. We nodded approvingly at bars and restaurants that served them in big globe-shaped glasses or with boutique tonic water or the outside-the-box garnishes (grapes! mint! cilantro!) that we encountered in Madrid, Barcelona, and San Sebastian. Our fridge overfl...

2017-06-28 08:00:07
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17 Highly Opinionated Tips on How to Tackle Lisbon  

Walking shoes, chocolate sorbet, and more… 1. Egg tarts, aka pasteis de nata aka pasteis de Belem: They are VERY GOOD. Turns out there are really only two you need to try: the originator out in Belem and the mini-chain Mantegaria. Here's some more egg tart info. 2. The pastries in general are incredibly sweet. Many have religious backstories — mostly, the nuns in the convents used egg whites to starch their habits and had to find a use for the yolks. Please also try...

2017-06-28 08:00:04
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The 12 Must-Eat Portuguese Sweets  

Lisbon's love affair with pastries has been going on for 500 years From luscious egg tarts to bacon pudding, Portugal's pastries come loaded with egg yolks, sugar, and other rich ingredients. Most of these indulgent desserts have a surprisingly pious origin, however: Catholic convents and monasteries. Portugal's nuns and monks pioneered the country's sweets starting in the 15th century, when Portugal dominated global trade routes, including the spice trade, and the col...

2017-06-28 08:00:03
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Tinned Seafood Is the Perfect Lisbon Souvenir. Yes, Really.  

It's easy to take the flavor of the city home with you Don't even think about leaving Lisbon without filling up your suitcase with colorful tins of fish. They are the city's spirit, sealed and canned. Shelves in every corner of the city sit stacked with cans of sardines, horse mackerel, tuna, anchovies, octopus, eel, and more. Some shops sell nothing but tinned fish. It's the perfect souvenir, as these cans will stay preserved long after you've left the city, and the br...

2017-06-28 08:00:02
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The James Beard Foundation Is Looking for a President  

This is one of the most prestigious jobs in the food world Huge news in the food world: The James Beard Foundation has just announced via press release that longtime president Susan Ungaro will be stepping down at the end of the year. The Foundation's board will be conducting a "national search" for their next leader. It's worth noting that this is one of the most prestigious and highest paid jobs for non-chefs non-television stars in the food world. As of 2016, Ungaro w...

2017-06-27 16:28:32
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Watch: How to Make Crispy Grilled Cheese in a Microwave  

This is one kitchen hack you'll actually want to use Did you know you can make a crispy grilled cheese sandwich or crusty pizza in your microwave? It's all thanks to the magic of the little sleeves that come around Hot Pockets, which are useful for more than just heating that freezer-aisle empanada. Consume the hot pocket and then save the sleeves for this office lunch hack. For a grilled cheese, butter the exterior of two slices of bread, season it with salt, and place shredd...

2017-06-27 12:33:01
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Watch All the Food in Harry Potter In Under 3 Minutes  

Bertie Botts, chocolate frogs, flying cakes, and more  If you've dipped your toe into any form of social media recently, you probably saw that the first Harry Potter book was release exactly 20 years ago this week. The tale of a boy wizard and his wand-waving pals spawned eight blockbuster movies that were chock full of magical food moments. To commemorate the anniversary, the people at Digg collected these snippets of wizardly food and spliced them together into one epic,...

2017-06-27 12:01:00
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Marcus Samuelsson Is Opening a Huge Waterfront Restaurant in Brooklyn  

The chef is on an expansion spree Marcus Samuelsson is opening his first restaurant in Brooklyn. The Red Rooster chef has signed a lease on a 4,000-square-foot waterfront space on the ground floor of a luxury residential tower called the Greenpoint in (where else) Brooklyn's Greenpoint neighborhood, Eater NY reports. Details so far are few. Samuelsson tells the New York Post that he doesn't yet have the name or food in place, and there's no timeline on when it will open. ...

2017-06-27 11:31:00
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Guy Fieri Admits That Donkey Sauce Is Just Aioli  

The frosty-tipped magician finally reveals his secrets Along with wearing backward sunglasses and driving a red muscle car across America, Guy Fieri is famous for creating a mysterious substance known as Donkey Sauce. This tangy ooze flows freely throughout his Times Square culinary funhouse, and it can also be found smothering hamburger patties at his casino establishments and cruise ship restaurants around the world. Previously, Fieri revealed the origin of the name — he jo...

2017-06-27 10:32:00
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French Culinary Icon Alain Senderens Is Dead  

Plus, the golden age of camp cooking and more food news Chef Alain Senderens, an icon of France's nouvelle cuisine movement in the 1960s and 1970s, died at the age of 77. Senderens maintained three Michelin stars for decades and shocked the culinary world when he renounced his stars in 2005 so he could return to a less formal style of cooking. Here's a great backgrounder on the chef from Mad Feed. Burger chain BurgerFi will add the Beyond Burger, the meat-free burger that ...

2017-06-27 10:14:34
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René Redzepi's New App Will Teach You to Forage For Food  

Now available in Danish and English Noma chef Rene Redzepi thinks everyone should be a forager, and he has plans to teach them. At today's World's 50 Best Talks, the chef announced the launch of Vild Mad, a three-part initiative to promote foraging for wild foods that starts with an app. "Knowing your ABCs in nature, the flora and the fauna, the patterns in the landscape, and the rhythms in the seasons is as important, we believe, as learning math, learning to read, learni...

2017-06-27 09:59:17
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The 2017 Eater Young Guns Winners, Mapped  

Where to find collard-green melts, fried plantain sandwiches, and empanadas made in a pizza oven This year's class of Young Guns is an extremely talented bunch of chefs, bar managers, and front-of-house directors — along with a pitmaster and a tea evangelist. These future stars and leaders are inspiring their coworkers and customers, while making strides in the industry. Read more about this year's winners and find their places of work — from restaurants in Honolulu to ...

2017-06-27 09:13:58
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How Coloring Books (for Kids and Adults) Ended Up in Restaurants  

The invention of the crayon marked a new chapter in menu design Given the chance, I will opt for a children's menu at any restaurant — not for the cheaper prices (I order off the regular menu), but for the coloring pages it contains. There's something both calming and fulfilling about dutifully coloring inside the lines with cheap crayons that are so waxy they take on a translucent quality even on the page. At times it has felt childish, but the enjoyment I get from colorin...

2017-06-26 18:05:01
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Washington Fine-Dining Restaurant Willows Inn Nixes Stage Program  

It's been ordered to pay $149,000 in unpaid wages and damages One of the Pacific Northwest's most acclaimed fine dining destinations will no longer be able to lean on unpaid labor. The Willows Inn, located on Washington State's Lummi Island, has been ordered to cough up $149,000 in unpaid wages and damages to 19 kitchen employees following a Department of Labor investigation. According to a DOL press release, the restaurant "violated the Fair Labor Standards Act by faili...

2017-06-26 17:13:49
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British Sausage Roll Fans Are Outraged by Trader Joe's 'Puff Dogs'  

Say it ain't so, Joe's The sausage roll, a meat tube wrapped in puff pastry, is one of the all-time, top 10 most classic British foods. And yet, the slaphappy snack producers at Trader Joe's had apparently never heard of this age-old delicacy when they introduced their Puff Dogs to stores across the country this month. In a post on the grocery chain's official homepage, the company describes this savory treat as a "pretty genius" invention that takes "the classic do...

2017-06-26 16:50:34
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Kwame Onwuachi Hints at Details for Potential Fast-Casual Restaurant  

The 'Top Chef' alum is in process of opening a new restaurant at the Wharf in D.C.

2017-06-26 13:31:02
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The 38 Essential Paris Restaurants  

From three-Michelin-star tasting menus to casual wine bars Over the last 10 years, Paris has boldly reclaimed its title as the best food city in Europe. The French capital is bustling with a brilliant constellation of new restaurants by talented young chefs from all over the world, plus an inventive and diverse array of casual dining options. There's also been a renaissance of its long-established gastronomic landscape, including traditional bistros, brasseries, and stylish resta

2017-06-26 12:29:02
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A Teahouse-Style Starbucks Is Coming to Kyoto  

Opening this week Starbuck's latest location in Japan could become an attraction in itself. The company is set to unveil a fully renovated, historical teahouse cafe in Kyoto's popular Higashiyama district on July 30. The two-story, Edo-style building is located on Ninezaka Street, near some of Kyoto's most popular cultural sites. Built more than a century ago, the space operated as a traditional teahouse until 2005. Starbucks kept historical and cultural practices in mi...

2017-06-26 11:41:34
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Supreme Court to Hear Anti-LGBT Bakery Case  

The bakery cited religious beliefs at the time The U.S. Supreme Court confirmed today that it would hear a case involving a Christian bakery owner who refused to make a cake for a couple based on their sexual orientation. In 2012, Lakewood, Co.-based Masterpiece Cakeshop's owner Jack Phillips told customers David Mullins and Charlie Craig, who were to be wed, that he could not make their wedding cake. Despite Colorado's anti-discrimination laws, which prohibit businesses fr...

2017-06-26 11:39:11
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Renowned Austin Chef Miguel Ravago Dies  

The founder of Fonda San Miguel passed away at age 72

2017-06-26 11:32:41
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LGBTQ Starbucks Employees Fight for Expanded Parental Leave  

Plus all the other food news to know today Starbucks offers one of the more generous parental leave policies in the corporate restaurant industry. But they don't offer leave to adoptive parents or spouses of birth mothers, a move that advocates say will negatively impact LGBTQ families. Wmployees have gathered 30,000 signatures asking for changes. Last week employee organizers met with the company's VP of global benefits and he's promised to hear them out. Sean Brock Bei...

2017-06-26 10:47:12
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Christina Tosi Has a Message for the Copycats: 'Come Up With Your Own Universe'  

Real talk from the Milk Bar chef Big food brands love ripping off ideas that were created and/or popularized by Christina Tosi. The latest Milk Bar copycat is the Lucky Charms shake from Burger King, which bears a striking resemblance to the Cereal Milk shakes that Tosi and her crew serve at Milk Bar. This week, the chef shares her thoughts on this new product: "Inspiration is one thing. Stealing is another. Be brilliant, give yourself more credit than that. Come up with your ...

2017-06-26 09:46:01
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Jeni Britton Bauer Reveals the Secret to Making Great Ice Cream  

For the Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams founder, it's all about stories Jeni Britton Bauer can't help but express herself through the flavors she creates at the award-winning artisanal ice cream company she founded in 2002. "I'm making ice creams from my perspective," she tells Eater Upsell hosts Greg Morabito and Helen Rosner on a recent episode. For example, the Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams' spring 2017 collection "We're Not From Here. You Belong Here" was designed t...

2017-06-26 09:22:51
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Why Raw Cookie Dough Is Everywhere This Summer  

Just a trend, or here to stay? Kristen Tomlan began selling raw cookie dough online in 2015, but when people started dropping by the company's unmarked New York City kitchen asking for the dough, she knew she was onto something big. "I thought it had all the potential to be the next hot dessert, but I had no idea how quickly," Tomlan says of her decision to open Dō as a Manhattan brick and mortar in early 2017. During the first weeks, there was a two-hour wait to get insid...

2017-06-24 10:01:00
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Watch: This Is How Indian Cuisine Came to Houston  

'Cooking in America' heads to Raja Sweets, the city's oldest Indian restaurant "My dad's motto was: Bring the streets of India to Hillcroft [Street]," says Sharan Gahunia, the second-generation owner of Raja Sweets, the first Indian restaurant in Houston. In this episode of Cooking in America, host Sheldon Simeon visits the 31-year-old spot, now the cornerstone of the city's "Little India" district. But at the time Gahunia's father Joginderi opened in 1986, ...

2017-06-24 08:44:45
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'The Great British Baking Show' Season 4 Episode 3 Recap: Twisted Bread and Soggy Buns  

The bakers endure three daunting rounds of bread making It's Patriarchy Week on the Great British Baking Show! We've got wrinkly sacks and phallic breads, and more importantly, tons of mansplaining. The bakers are doing bread this week, Paul Hollywood's bailiwick, which means that he's even more grouchy than usual about how everyone is courting disaster due to their paltry skills. He ends up eating his words as well as the bread — but we'll get to that. First, it's...

2017-06-23 16:31:57
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SF's Newest Omakase Destination Is One to Watch  

Robin opens next month

2017-06-23 15:44:24
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Pamela Anderson Is Using Vegan Food to Help Free Boyfriend Julian Assange  

Yes, you read that right. Plus, more food news to know this week. Here's a wild story about Pamela Anderson, the President of France, and Julian Assange This one is a doozy, and kind of reads like Mad Libs: 2017 Edition, so let me break it down for you: Actress and activist Pamela Anderson is opening a vegan restaurant in the south of France. She has invited French President Emmanuel Macron and First Lady Brigitte to its opening. Anderson hopes to use the meal to conv...

2017-06-23 14:36:52
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Breaking Fast at Mumbai's Nightly Ramadan Food Festival  

Photographer Hashim Badani captures the month-long khau galli It's Ramadan in Mumbai. During the Islamic holy month of fasting — known in parts of South Asia as Ramzan — a historic street in the shadow of the Minara Masjid comes alive at sundown for a nightly food festival. Vendors from all over the city greet practicing Muslims with barbecue and sweets as they break their fasts on the road, known during this time as a khau galli, which literally translates to "eat street...

2017-06-23 13:22:02
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Eater Young Guns Class of 2017 Celebrated  

The event honored this year's top industry talent Last night at Cecconi's in New York, Eater celebrated this year's class of Young Guns. This is the sixth year that Eater's awarded the honor to top young talent in the industry — chefs, bartenders, cheesemongers, butchers, or front-of-housers must be under 30 or with fewer than five years experience in their field. For 2017, please congratulate the winners: Aaron Polsky, Amelia Ekus, Colleen Quarls, Daniela Moreira, Dave Park,...

2017-06-23 12:31:01
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Restaurants Can Be a Lifeline for the Formerly Incarcerated — and Vice Versa  

These programs keep people out of prison and in the kitchen "I didn't picture it like this," says Darwin Hailey of his life after prison. Hailey is the executive sous chef at Edwins, a French fine dining restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio. He got the job after completing six months at Edwins's own Leadership and Training Institute, a program designed to train people who have served time in prison for careers in the restaurant industry. Karen Webb, a current student at Edwins...

2017-06-23 12:01:21
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Media Bombshell: 'Food & Wine' Departs NYC and Gets a New Editor  

F&W's headquarters are heading to a cheaper city Major changes are underfoot at 39-year-old glossy mag Food & Wine. The publication's editor-in-chief of a little over a year, Nilou Motamed, is being replaced by Cooking Light editor Hunter Lewis. Soon, the publication will also move its headquarters from New York City to Birmingham, Alabama, where several other Time Inc. publications like Cooking Light and Southern Living are based. This is a major move, considering t...

2017-06-23 12:01:00
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Taco Bell's Double Chalupa Is Basically a Small Canoe Filled With Beef  

Plus Eddie Huang's eulogy for Prodigy Taco Bell launched a Double Chalupa — it resembles a small canoe filled with ground beef — featuring, obviously, double the meat as the Chalupa Supreme. Intrigued? It's available through the end of July. Eddie Huang writes a eulogy for his friend, the rapper Prodigy: "A few months later, I did a scene with P for an episode of Anthony Bourdain's The Layover in which he told everyone on camera that he loved reading Popular Scienc...

2017-06-23 11:31:03
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Walmart Might Fight Amazon for Whole Foods  

The deal isn't done yet Walmart, once America's largest retailer, could enter into a bidding war with Amazon, America's current largest retailer, over Whole Foods, according to JP Morgan analysts who spoke with CNBC. Amazon's offer last week to purchase Whole Foods for $13.7 billion has sent markets and media into a tailspin. Since the offer was publicized, the organic grocer's stock has risen so dramatically that Whole Foods is now worth more than Amazon's offer. T...

2017-06-23 10:37:40
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Watch Seth Rogen and James Corden Deliver Mystery Pizza Boxes Around LA  

The actor and late night host surprise unsuspecting pizza fans at their doors In a very funny new segment called Mystery Pizza Box, Late Late Show host James Corden and Hollywood's favorite stoner Seth Rogen make the rounds as delivery guys for LA's Prime Pizza. With every order, the famous guys offer the customers a choice of either the food they ordered or the contents of the "mystery pizza box," and, of course, all of them choose the second option. The first surprise i...

2017-06-23 09:29:02
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How Danny Meyer, Alon Shaya, Andrew Zimmern and More Inspire Their Employees  

Creating a strong company culture is at the heart of building a restaurant empire With a labor shortage, variable minimum wages from state to state, and a national healthcare bill in flux, several sectors in the restaurant industry are currently facing a tall list of challenges. So why are so many chef-driven restaurants thriving? And in spite of the challenges, how do chefs and restaurateurs inspire their employees? This week, Eater spoke with industry leaders at the tops of the

2017-06-22 16:49:14
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Jesse Ito Is Changing the Way Philly Does Sushi  

The chef grew up behind his father's sushi bar, and now he's making a name for himself Jesse Ito has known some of his regulars his entire life. This 28-year-old sushi chef essentially grew up at Fuji, the Japanese restaurant his parents owned in the South Jersey suburbs: When his parents couldn't find a babysitter, they brought him along. He started working there as a dishwasher and prep cook at 14 and, three years later, moved behind the sushi bar to learn from his father...

2017-06-22 16:48:36
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Hanbun's Dave Park Cooks Fine-Dining Korean Out of a Food Court Stall  

He's changing the game from the suburbs of Chicago When Dave Park and Jennifer Tran opened Hanbun in a nondescript Asian food court in the Chicago suburbs in December 2015, hardly anyone knew about it. And even if someone did know about the Korean food counter out in Westmont, they probably weren't able to find it. "I remember I used to have to tell people how to get here even with Google Maps because they'd be driving around for 50 minutes looking for the place," Par...

2017-06-22 16:48:27
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Mimi Mendoza Wants Hawaii to Own Its Awesomeness  

Senia's pastry chef is taking advantage of mainlander attention And the desserts, oh, the desserts. Save room for dessert," raves one Hawaii food blog. "I would come back to Senia just for this," a reporter for Honolulu magazine proclaims about a single slice of Meyer lemon chiffon cake. "On the menu, it's described laconically as 'cake slice.' It is, but it's so much more. It's perfect," states Honolulu magazine's full review. This is the power of Mimi Mendoza. M...

2017-06-22 16:45:55
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How Pitmaster Laura Loomis Overcame Sexism and Skepticism  

Everything the Texan knows about barbecue is self-taught Barbecue wasn't in Laura Loomis's plan — she didn't really have a set plan — but now it's her life, and she wouldn't have it any other way. She just happened to work at a casual barbecue joint, Two Bros BBQ Market in San Antonio, and thought, why not see where this goes? And now, she's the sole pitmaster. Before Loomis found herself at Two Bros, she worked at other restaurants within Two Bros' parent company, J...

2017-06-22 16:45:41
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In a City Obsessed With Sandwiches, Colleen Quarls's Come Out on Top  

Find her on the line at Turkey & The Wolf in New Orleans Colleen Quarls began her cooking career making sandwiches at an Ohio outlet of Panera Bread when she was 16 years old. Nearly a dozen years later, having graduated from culinary school in Louisiana and crushed it on the line in upscale New Orleans restaurants, she has full-circled back to spending her days layering ingredients on sliced bread. This time, though, the sandwiches have a certain Americana mad-genius bent to

2017-06-22 16:44:18
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Debbie Michail Runs a Roving, Open-Flame Supper Club  

The LA native is inspired by whole-animal cooking and grandmother's Iranian food traditions It always starts with a trip. For Debbie Michail, co-founder of roving open-flame supper club Logmeh, it was a journey to the Middle East with friends that completely changed her outlook not only on dining, but on family flavors as well. "I grew up in a home where we were always around a table full of food and laughter and talking and fighting," says Michail, a Los Angeles native. ...

2017-06-22 16:42:14
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Elias Majid Is Making Michiganders Care About Tea  

The Eli Tea Bar owner went from botany to boba Elias Majid didn't expect to end up in food, let alone as one of the power players on Detroit's increasingly cool food scene. In college, the Michigan-native majored in botany. But as his research in plant biology neared its end, he came to the realization that a tea shop would be the best way to connect real people to "plants, nature, science, and health in an everyday way." So he opened one. Majid started selling Eli Te...

2017-06-22 16:41:30
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Suzi An Is Making Restaurant Dreams Come True  

In Seattle, the creative director puts her mark on Junebaby and Salare When Suzi An started her career, she knew that she loved food and hated desk jobs, but she needed to figure the rest out. Meeting the right business partner made that process a little easier. An was working as a server at Seattle's Bar Sajor in 2014 when she first met chef Edouardo Jordan. She was immediately inspired by his creativity, his drive, and his "no fucks attitude." Within three weeks of wo...

2017-06-22 16:41:19
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Kimberly LeVine Is the Fuel Behind a New York City Restaurant Empire  

She went from a degree in neuroscience to nonprofits to running four restaurants The general manager is often the most senior and experienced position at any given restaurant. The GM manages the wait staff. The GM oversees the kitchen staff. The GM makes sure the chef is keeping food costs under control, that the beverage director is buying the right wines, that the bar is taking its cues from guest preferences (not liquor distributor shenanigans), that the expeditor is coping wi

2017-06-22 16:40:17
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Aaron Polsky Wants to Do For Bars What Led Zeppelin Did for Concerts  

"The next frontier for cocktails is reaching the masses." Right now Aaron Polsky is looking at his future like Robert Plant circa 1975: standing on a balcony over Sunset Boulevard, arms outstretched, fists upturned, wearing a "fuck yeah" smile. Not to say he has an insufferable Golden God complex, but he does want to take over the world. "I want people across the world to have one of my cocktails," he says from behind the bar of Harvard & Stone on Hollywood Bo...

2017-06-22 12:23:18
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After Complaints of Anti-Semitism, Minnesota State Fair Vendors Change Sandwich Name  

The restaurateurs didn't see any issue with "The Swindler" The proprietors of the Hideaway Speakeasy, one of the Minnesota State Fair's many temporary restaurants, got some serious blowback this week when they announced plans to serve a Jewish appetizing-themed sandwich called the Swindler. Hours after the menu for the 2017 fair made its debut, the team behind the temporary restaurant switched the name of the sandwich — which is made with smoked salmon, dill, capers, an...

2017-06-22 12:02:51
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This Fridge Automatically Restocks Beers When It's Running Low  

Plus, all the food news to know today The latest marketing ploy from beer giant Anheuser-Busch is a smart fridge made for offices. Called the Office Bud-e, the fridge can hold 180 beers and will automatically place a delivery order to restock when it senses supply is running low. United Airlines will start serving Chicago-style deep dish pizza from Pizzeria Uno's, because people don't hate that airline enough already. Yesterday the James Beard Foundation granted leadersh...

2017-06-22 11:59:43
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Eater Young Gun Garret Lipar Is Opening an Eight-Seat Tasting Menu in Detroit  

He'll be joined at the Siren Hotel by fellow Young Gun Dorothy Elizabeth's cocktail bar

2017-06-22 11:47:01
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There's Something Very Off About Hostess' Sno Ball Ice Cream Bar  

What the fuck Sno Balls are round. A box should come with a half-dozen. Get your shit together. (Nice pink shade, though.) XO Eater Hostess No. • Hostess Ice Cream [Official site]

2017-06-22 11:31:01
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Wait, How Do Brands Actually Shoot Food Into Space?  

The surprisingly simple science behind this popular stunt No one is worried about the sandwich. Instead, they're monitoring the wind conditions and the weather patterns. For weeks, they've been testing pressure chambers and solar panels. There is a robotic arm to check, and all of the cameras have to be tested. But the chicken sandwich? It will be fine. Frozen, but fine. Sometime this week (maybe Saturday), Kentucky Fried Chicken, in cooperation with Arizona-based World Vi...

2017-06-22 11:01:01
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Thomas Keller Is Opening a Bouchon Bakery in Dubai  

Kuwait and Qatar are next Michelin-starred fine-dining chef Thomas Keller is expanding Bouchon Bakery to the Middle East, the National reports. In partnership with Kuwait-based franchise operator MH Alshaya Co., Keller is opening a Bouchon Bakery in Dubai's Jumeirah Beach Residence later this year, followed by locations in Kuwait and Qatar, according to a press release from MH Alshaya Co. The French Laundry chef opened the first Bouchon Bakery in 2003 in Yountville, Californi...

2017-06-22 10:16:59
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Mario Batali Still Visits the Jersey Stromboli Shop Where He Got His Start  

Molto Mario pays respect to his roots Years before he became one of the biggest chefs in New York City, Mario Batali was just another college kid making stromboli sandwiches at a local bar and grill. Last night, Batali explained to Jimmy Fallon that he still pays a visit to that sandwich parlor — Stuff Yer Face in New Brunswick, NJ — once a year. Apparently, the restaurant now has "weird little shrine" to the celebrity chef with candles. During his Tonight Show appeara...

2017-06-22 10:11:02
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The 38 Essential Melbourne Restaurants  

From wine bars and tasting menus to Chinese feasts and modern Indian fare Known for its cool city laneways, graffiti-filled streetscapes, and rooftop bars, Melbourne is a mecca for food-obsessed travelers. There's an elaborate sense of hospitality and food culture that stems from a history of diverse migrants setting down roots in the city, including people of Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Greek, French, Middle Eastern, Mexican, and North African descen

2017-06-22 09:29:02
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Watch: How to MacGyver Up Fresh-Made Pasta Without a Full Kitchen  

Grab a paper cutter and tea kettle, and go to town This recipe — for fresh-made pasta, inside your office, obviously — is a bit over the top, but the mechanics for pulling this off are all inside the average office space: Whether it's fresh or dry, pasta can be cooked in a kettle, and for the made-from-scratch fresh version, a paper cutter is an amazing source of even "knife" cuts. Now let's kick it off. First, work the pasta down on a clean surface. Start with the f...

2017-06-21 15:01:02
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'Fixer Upper' Stars to Open Magnolia Table Restaurant Later This Year  

Chip and Joanna Gaines continue to expand their empire Reigning HGTV royalty and shiplap gurus Chip and Joanna Gaines are adding to their aspirational lifestyle empire: The 'Fixer Upper' stars are hard at work on their previously announced Waco, Texas restaurant, and despite some construction setbacks say they plan to open it by the end of the year. It also now has a name: Magnolia Table. That's in keeping with the branding of the Gaines's Magnolia Market in downtown Wac...

2017-06-21 14:22:03
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Why Gordon Ramsay Built a Pop-Up That's Only Open One Hour per Week  

A look behind the scenes of The F Word "You are an amazing family," Gordon Ramsay tells the Sexy Paesans, a group of cousins from Long Island, New York, as they sweat under a sea of heavy-duty studio lights. They're tasked with cooking one of the chef's recipes — Alaskan salmon with succotash and fingerling potatoes — for a dining room full of hungry guests who are expecting a proper Gordon Ramsay restaurant experience. In addition to feeding the masses, the Sexy Pa...

2017-06-21 13:14:20
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George Clooney Sells Casamigos Tequila Company for Ungodly Amount of Cash  

The new father is making some very practical decisions Everyone's least-favorite Batman George Clooney is unloading his tequila company Casamigos to UK-based beverage titan Diageo for around $1 billion. That's nearly half as much money as the former ER heartthrob has earned for Hollywood studios over his two-and-half decades on the big screen. Clooney, the man who briefly popularized the Caesar-style haircut, started this company with his pals, nightlife heavy hitter Rande ...

2017-06-21 13:01:00
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Peek Inside 'Modernist Bread,' a Five-Volume Meditation on Bread  

Nathan Myhrvold's newest release comes out this fall This fall, scientist, chef, and author Nathan Myhrvold, baker Francisco Migoya, and the team behind culinary incubator Modernist Cuisine release the much-anticipated Modernist Bread, a miniature library of five volumes of study, meditation, and recipes for bread. This is the group's first multi-volume release since 2011's groundbreaking Modernist Cuisine: The Art and Science of Cooking. Modernist Bread: The Art and Scien...

2017-06-21 12:31:02
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Seattle's Minimum Wage Hike Hasn't Actually Led to Fewer Jobs  

A new study shows restaurants are paying workers more without cutting jobs The most polarizing issue facing the restaurant industry in recent years has arguably been the minimum wage. While fast-food workers and labor groups such as Fight for $15 campaign for what they say is simply a fair living wage, many business owners and pundits argue that wage hikes don't just hurt bottom lines, they're job-killers that will lead to overall fewer people being employed. But a new study...

2017-06-21 12:01:57
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Cheesecake Factory Interiors Are Weird and Wonderful, All Thanks to This Designer  

How Egyptian columns, wood paneling, and palm trees came to be part of the casual chain The Cheesecake Factory, in all of its gold-hued, dark wood opulence, romance novel-length menu, and Ancient Egypt meets Vegas Strip vibe, might not be the American dream, but certainly an American dream. It's America's no. 1 ranked casual-dining chain, a cult favorite among NBA players, and a place Drake never wants to fight in. It has a menu Neil Gaiman might read to raise money for chari...

2017-06-21 11:28:41
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Patron Steals Human Toe From Canadian Bar  

UberEats adds tipping, Grant Achatz's TV habits, and more A toe has gone missing from a Canadian bar and hotel. The bar serves a Klondike-inspired "Sourtoe cocktail" (aka a shot of whisky with a toe floating in the glass) using a human toe that was cured in salt for six months. They serve it during "toe time," 9 to 11 p.m. every night, and charge a $2,500 fine for theft or swallowing. "We fortunately have a couple of back up toes, but we really need this one back,...

2017-06-21 10:31:35
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The Founder of Stumptown Is Launching an Independent Coffee Company  

Puff opens in Portland this November Duane Sorenson, the founder of Stumptown Coffee Roasters, is returning to the third-wave coffee world with Puff, an independent coffee company with a roasting facility in Portland, the Oregonian reports. "I miss roasting coffee," Sorenson told the paper. "I want to roast coffee. I miss turning on the coffee roasters and smelling the coffee all day long and working directly with the farms, and I pushed and pushed and went nuts with Stumptown."

2017-06-21 10:06:27
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A White Soundtrack in a Black Neighborhood  

How a change in the playlist can attract a different clientele I was drinking my day away at Harlem brunch spot The Grange - ask for a passionfruit Bellini and thank me later - when I looked around and wondered if I had been teleported to Williamsburg. The crowd here in Upper Manhattan had always been diverse, but that day it seemed noticeably whiter. I just wanted to get some hot sauce and eat The Grange's bomb-ass sweet potato and kale hash with duck in peace, not ponder...

2017-06-21 09:34:27
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There's Nothing More Classically London Than Fish and Chips  

'Dining on a Dime' goes to Notting Hill for fries and mushy peas Scones and clotted cream. Lennon and McCartney. Jeeves and Wooster. Each could exist without the other, but would be poorer for it. In this episode of Dining on a Dime: London, host Lucas Peterson sets out to try the iconic English meal — fish and chips. Chips, as well all know, are french fries, and the fish in this meal is typically a thick filet of fried cod or haddock. The exact origin of fish and chips se...

2017-06-20 18:08:30
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'Gentrifying' LA Coffee Shop Draws Fierce Protest  

Activists speak out against Weird Wave Coffee in Boyle Heights

2017-06-20 13:31:00
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7-Up with Milk Is a Revelation  

For breaking the fast during Ramadan, nothing satisfies quite like doodh soda In early 1994, my family and I packed up our lives in the United Arab Emirates to move in with my grandmother in Lahore, Pakistan. When Ramadan began a few weeks later, in mid-February, I found that the rituals I had grown up with — the cannon being fired in Sharjah to mark the beginning of the month, being warned not to drink water on the commute to school — were replaced by different traditions: t...

2017-06-20 13:01:01
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Andrew Zimmern Embarks on a Personal Food Journey for 'The Zimmern List'  

The author/host/chef eats non-bizarre foods for a change After more than a decade traveling the world eating local delicacies — including heaps of offal, bugs, and aggressively fermented foodstuffs — Andrew Zimmern is going on a tour of his very favorite dishes for a new Travel Show called The Zimmern List. The series will mix Zimmern's personal reflections on the foods that he loves with info about the people who make them and the places where they are served. In a state...

2017-06-20 12:08:00
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Will Fresh Beef Help or Hurt McDonald's?  

Cooked-to-order burgers mean longer waits at the drive-thru Are drive-thru customers willing to wait a little longer for food that tastes better? As Reuters reports, that's the question currently plaguing McDonald's, which has slowly been rolling out fresh — rather than frozen — beef, with the aim of serving cooked-to-order Quarter Pounders in every U.S. store by mid-2018. The chain first unveiled its fresh beef patties in early 2016, initially testing them in just a han...

2017-06-20 11:31:01
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Burger King Now Has a Lucky Charms Milkshake  

Plus, Bourdain's summer plans and a sous vide delivery service Starting today, select Burger King locations will be selling a Lucky Charms milkshake, made with vanilla soft serve, syrup, and the cereal. They already have a Froot Loops shake so this seems par for the course. According to Foodbeast, it "definitely tastes like a really cold version of the popular cereal." So there you have it. Amazon now owns the international streaming rights to one of the most popular scrip...

2017-06-20 11:16:01
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Tim Hortons' Franchisees Are Pissed at New Burger King Overlords  

The Canadian chain has filed a $500M class-action lawsuit The merger between Tim Hortons, Canada's largest homegrown chain restaurant, and its new parent company, U.S.-based Restaurant Brands International (RBI) is off to a rocky start: This week, a group of Tim Hortons franchisees filed a class-action lawsuit against RBI, which also owns Burger King and Popeyes, alleging breach of contract. According to the Financial Post, the lawsuit claims RBI has been collecting money from...

2017-06-20 11:01:01
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Francis Mallmann Opens First Restaurant in Europe  

Francis Mallmann at Château La Coste opens in Aix-en-Provence Argentine celebrity chef Francis Mallmann is now cooking with fire in France. The Chef's Table star has opened Francis Mallmann at Château La Coste, T, the New York Times style magazine, reports. The restaurant is one of several at Château La Coste, an organic winery and contemporary art park on 600 acres near Aix-en-Provence. "I sort of fell in love with the scope and the romance of the place. It's like a be...

2017-06-20 10:44:12
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Dunkin' Donuts Rips Off Viral Milkshake Specialist Black Tap  

A copycat milkshake pops up in Lebanon Dunkin' Donuts, a chain that has a well-documented history of selling copycat treats overseas, is now hawking a drink in Lebanon that looks suspiciously like one of the elaborate candy-encrusted milkshakes that Joe Isidori serves at his Black Tap restaurants in New York City. "Happy FriDDay!! Start your day with this magical cup #BeirutFood #Beirut #Lebanon #Lebanese #LebanonFood #LebaneseFood #Food #FoodPorn #Yum #DDLe...

2017-06-20 10:01:01
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Eater Is Hiring an Editorial Coordinator  

Come join our team Eater is looking for an extremely organized editorial coordinator to join our team of writers, editors, and producers, working across departments to streamline operations and communication, manage projects, and generally help keep things running. Responsibilities include tracking the budget, managing freelancer onboarding and payroll, coordinating special projects, keeping documentation updated, and creating and owning new processes to make our team stronger.

2017-06-20 09:31:01
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The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Columbus, Ohio  

Where to find everything from Nashville-style hot chicken to traditional Tibetan momo Today, Eater returns to Columbus, Ohio, to focus on 12 buzzworthy restaurants and bars that have opened in the past year. Once again, longtime Columbus food writer and executive editor of Sixonefork.com Beth Stallings serves up her picks for the hottest dining the city currently has on offer. The people of Columbus are loving homey Filipino cooking (Bonifacio), traditional Tibetan momo (Momo Gh

2017-06-19 16:18:18
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Pam Anderson Is Opening a Vegan Restaurant in the South of France  

The actress/activist reveals her plans in a tribute to boyfriend Julian Assange Longtime animal rights activist Pamela Anderson is taking her dedication to vegan living one step further by opening a restaurant in France, her new home, that will not serve any meat or daily products. The announcement is buried in a tribute to her boyfriend, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, who is trapped inside the Ecuadorian embassy in London. Anderson wants to convince political leaders around t

2017-06-19 14:45:11
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Ethiopia's Coffee Is the Latest Victim of Climate Change  

But there's a way to save Ethiopia's coffee industry

2017-06-19 14:01:01
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Watch: The New York City Burger That Tastes Just Like Steak  

'The Meat Show' breaks down a Peter Luger secret Peter Luger Steak House is one of NYC's oldest and most iconic restaurants, known for its USDA prime porterhouse steaks for two that are dry aged in-house and served on a sizzling platters by gruff, affable waiters. But a menu item that is less well-known — and for many years was an off-menu secret — is the lunchtime-only hamburger. Professional carnivore and The Meat Show host Nick Solares has been eating at Peter Luge...

2017-06-19 13:31:01
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A Martha Stewart Musical Is Headed to New York City This Summer  

It's a good thing From her days as a print model in the '60s to her decades spent building a vast media empire to her brief stint in federal prison, Martha Stewart has lived one hell of a crazy life. It's only fitting, then, that her saga is getting the musical theater treatment. New York-based actor/writer Ryan Raftery will be bringing Stewart's story to the stage later this year in a show he's calling The Rise and Fall (and Rise) of Martha Stewart. This is actually t...

2017-06-19 11:33:50
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Alice Waters to Amazon: Do the Right Thing for American Farmers  

Plus, all the food news to know today Sandwich chain Subway is trying to combat a historic slump by investing in new technology. It plans on launching (or has recently implemented) a mobile app, a pickup area for mobile orders, wifi, digital menu boards, and touch-screen kiosks. The upgrades require buy-in from franchisees, who own all of Subway's locations. The company will foot the bill for some, but not most, of the costs. Alice Waters has a message for Amazon CEO Jeff Be...

2017-06-19 11:13:30
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How to Stop Cruel Factory Farming: Start with One Animal  



2017-06-19 10:15:59
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The 38 Best Restaurants in New England  

Where to find fried clams, perfect pizza, and the best lobster rolls you'll ever eat In the recent weeks that I spent roaming New England I had plenty of superior lobster rolls and fried clams and chowder. Defining as those staples may be, though, many more of my meals were punctuated by incredible swaths of dishes — Portuguese stews, Turkish dolmas, Cantonese-style pork and shrimp dumplings, and modern imaginings like "Mexican fried rice" — that also shape the Northeast...

2017-06-19 10:14:50
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New England's 38 Essential Restaurants  

The bountiful, multifaceted (and yes, lobster-roll-filled) wonders of the American Northeast A jutting coastline, a narrow road, a gravel parking lot. Fishing boats lurch in the choppy waters; dense forests on nearby islands look like scribbles across the horizon. The breeze is piercingly cool even in June. I'm here, in this real-life New England postcard, in search of — what else? — an exceptional lobster roll. My friend and fellow writer Amy Traverso has directed me to ...

2017-06-19 10:06:04
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The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Berlin  

Where to find everything from hearty brunch to a Japanese dinner Today, Eater once again returns to Berlin, Germany to discover the new restaurants and bars that have the German capital buzzing. Below, Berlin Food Stories founder Per Meurling offers his picks for the hottest openings of the past 12 months. Berlin seems to be undergoing an Asian food boom, with new entries in the Thai (Kin Dee, Khwan), Vietnamese (Maison Han), and Japanese (Shiori) pantheon — not to mention one...

2017-06-19 09:31:00
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Why David Chang Has Made His Peace With Yelp  

The Momofuku chef thinks it's the future of restaurant criticism It's been a journey, but David Chang has finally come around to Yelp, the user-generated restaurant review site. In 2014, the Momofuku chef told FiveThirtyEight that "for the most part, no chef is going to take a Yelper's review seriously" because "most of the Yelp reviews are wrong." More recently, though, Momofuku restaurants have hosted dinner events for Yelp Elite members, a status given to the m...

2017-06-19 09:14:18
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David Chang: "Almost Everything We've Done Has Been a Failure from the Get-go"  

An exclusive interview with the Momofuku emperor David Chang is the powerhouse behind the global Momofuku restaurant empire, which (as Helen succinctly puts it at the beginning of this week's episode) has been largely responsible for The Way We Eat Now, ever since its New York City beginnings in 2004. Chang always speaks his mind, no less so when sitting down in the Upsell studio with Helen and Greg; in this free-wheeling conversation, Chang reveals how he came to terms with th...

2017-06-18 22:01:02
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The Best Lines From Anthony Bourdain 'Parts Unknown' in Trinidad  

"The food is the glue that binds the society together." On the latest episode of Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain sets sail for the Caribbean to scope out the island nation of Trinidad and Tobago. It's a land of contrasts, and the episode opens by showing its two disparate but very much connected landscapes: the tranquil beaches complete with crashing waves and the crowded, bustling city accompanied by a chorus of car horns. Bourdain's professed fear of dancing in public ...

2017-06-18 12:01:02
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Watch: The Houston Restaurant That Taught America to Love Fajitas  

Inside Ninfa's, the "mothership" of the local Tex-Mex food scene In this episode of Cooking in America, host Sheldon Simeon does some mescal shots, rolls tortillas, and lights stuff on fine with charismatic chef Alex Padilla, who runs the show at Houston institution Ninfa's. "For all the restaurants in Houston, this is the mothership," Padilla says, noting that the 44-year-old restaurant is credited with inventing the fajita — utilizing skirt steak and house-made tort...

2017-06-18 11:03:02
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Celebrating the Great American Road Trip  

Road Trip Week on Eater, a damn sexy restaurant opening, 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. Road trips: I love them, you love them, my entire editorial staff loves them. This week on Eater to mark the approaching start of summer (and the record l...

2017-06-17 10:31:01
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Recipe: A Sweet and Spicy Corn Salad  

A modern, irresistible take on som tam I grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, and with a few exceptions, road trips were the only type of vacation my family ever went on. We'd start early in the morning with a stop at McDonald's (egg McMuffins and hash browns for everyone) and then drive through miles and miles of cornfields. I always got headaches from carsickness, so I'd lean my forehead against a backseat window and watch the spiky stalks blur into a sea of green, hour aft...

2017-06-16 23:02:01
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'The Great British Baking Show' Season 4 Episode 2 Recap: Biscuit Madness  

And that's the way the cookie — sorry, biscuit — crumbles Welcome back to The Great British Baking Show, where it's Biscuit Week and the bakers will confront mankind's greatest enemy: gravity. Gravity shouldn't be a major concern for the signature challenge: making 24 iced biscuits. And yet there it is, touching everyone with misfortune. Louise drops uncooked dough all over her oven rack. Val drops baked cookies all over the floor. And one of Louise's sheep biscuit...

2017-06-16 22:02:01
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'The Great British Baking Show' Season 4 Premiere Recap: So Many Cakes  

The contestants produce some unusual specimens Welcome to recaps of the fourth season of Great British Baking Show, which pits Britain's best amateur bakers against one another in a nail-biting yet extremely kind and mutually validating set of challenges for the top prize of a cake plate. If you're unfamiliar with the show, I've sung its praises here on Eater before, under its U.K. name The Great British Bake Off. (I don't know why the name is worse over here; probably it...

2017-06-16 17:01:01
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Bobby Flay Sues Furniture Maker Over Uncomfortable Sofa  

The celebrity chef bought the wrong sectional After a long day of slaving over the stove at his restaurants and beating other people at cooking on TV, Bobby Flay needs a comfortable couch to sit on. And according to a new lawsuit, the $19,000 leather sectional Flay bought from Jamie Stern Designs just didn't cut the mustard. The suit alleges that this sofa was "intolerably uncomfortable to sit on for any extended period of time," and, what's more, Flay suggests that St...

2017-06-16 16:34:55
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