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Watch: Meet the Woman Teaching North Carolina Inmates to Cook  

See inside the most popular cooking class in the state's penitentiary system Nancy Gould teaches one of the most popular classes within the North Carolina penitentiary system — food service tech, better (and more fondly) known as "cook school." Gould's class leaves inmates with practical, employable skills, but it's not just about that: In her words, she "wants each and every one of them to be a better man when they get out of here." This film, by Vittles for the...

2017-04-28 13:47:00
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Why Are Calorie Counts on Menus So Controversial?  

Restaurants don't want you to know how many calories are in those fries Want to know exactly how many calories are in that order of fries? New federal guidelines that would force all chain restaurants to prominently display nutritional data on their menus were set to go into effect on May 5 — but thanks to industry lobbying, it looks like that will be delayed (again). The menu labeling guidelines are a provision of 2010's Affordable Care Act; under the rules, which were or...

2017-04-28 12:47:01
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Katy Perry's 'Bon Appetit' Is the Filthy Foodie Jam of Spring 2017  

Here's a "five-star Michelin" jam from the pop superstar At last, someone has recorded a song that appeals to both horny teenagers and stuffy gourmands alike. Katy Perry teased the release of "Bon Appetit," her new collaboration with Atlanta hip hop trio Migos, by launching a pie-baking competition with her 56 million Twitter followers earlier this week. And now, as a reward for their hard work in the kitchen, Perry offers a first taste of this truly raunchy song that ...

2017-04-28 12:17:02
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Behold the Cover for Lucky Peach's Final Issue  

Pour one out for the funkiest food mag of all time It's the end of an era: Quarterly magazine and food world darling Lucky Peach has unveiled the cover for its 23rd and final issue, slated to hit newsstands on May 30. This time around, the theme is: the suburbs. News broke in mid-March that the magazine was folding and had laid off its staff, sending shockwaves through the restaurant and food media worlds and eliciting wistful eulogies from chefs, restaurateurs, and writers al...

2017-04-28 11:47:01
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James Beard Awards 2017: Who Should Win, Who Will Win  

Eater picks favorites — and calculates the odds This Monday, chefs, restaurateurs, and various industry insiders will gather in Chicago for the James Beard Awards, considered among the highest honors in the American food world. Here now, a look at who should win, as selected by Eater's national and local editors, and who is most likely to win, based on data Eater has gathered from the last 11 years. As in years past, this current crop of contenders features many who have bee...

2017-04-28 11:18:00
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McDonald's Is Phasing Out Hi-C Orange and People Are Pissed  

Plus, all the food news to know today • Hi-C Orange Lavaburst, the beverage that calls to mind elementary-school-era juice boxes, inexplicably still has a huge cult following — and those rabid drinkers are pissed that McDonald's will soon discontinue the drink, dropping it from its soda fountains. The fast-food chain announced yesterday that it'll replace the drink with a new option called "Sprite TropicBerry." People are predictably ...

2017-04-28 11:18:00
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Jonathan Gold Gets Last Word on Locol, Names it Restaurant of the Year  

The Watts restaurant is the first recipient of the LA Times Award LA Times critic Jonathan Gold has named Locol, the socially conscious fast-food restaurant from Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson, the best restaurant of the year, in what is possibly an intentional counterpoint to Pete Wells' January 2017 New York Times review that outraged the internet. In an announcement of the inaugural award, Gold writes that "the choice was inevitable — no restaurant in years may have made ...

2017-04-28 10:15:01
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Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' Premiere Is an Ode to LA's Latino Community  

Here's what to expect from the Season 9 premiere of Parts Unknown To kick off the ninth season of his hit travel show Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain spends some time eating and drinking his way through the Latino communities of Los Angeles. In a new clip on Explore Parts Unknown, the show's online counterpart, Bourdain remarks: "We've done a show here before and we're doing it again. But this time, we're going to pretend that nobody lives in LA but Mexicans, Chicanos...

2017-04-28 10:06:37
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Waffle House Co-Founders Die Just Two Months Apart  

RIP, Tom Forkner and Joe Rogers Sr. Sad news for the restaurant world today: Tom Forkner, the founder of iconic all-night diner chain Waffle House, died on Thursday at the age of 98. Forkner's death follows quickly on the heels of that of his co-founder, Joe Rogers Sr., who died back in March at 97. Forker and Rogers Sr., who were neighbors, opened the very first Waffle House in Avondale Estates, Georgia, in 1955, deciding on the Waffle House moniker because waffles were the h...

2017-04-27 18:09:13
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The Aliens of Avatar Love Nouvelle Cuisine Pastries  

Here's what to expect from Disney's new Avatar-themed restaurant Avatar, the story of an all-American hunk who infiltrates a tribe of lanky blue aliens and saves them from extinction all while romancing the chieftain's daughter, is becoming a new theme land at Walt Disney World. And, as is the case with most major Disney attractions, Pandora: World of Avatar will have a corresponding theme restaurant. It's called Satu'li Canteen. James Cameron's blockbuster film doesn...

2017-04-27 15:58:01
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PayDay Trolls America With 'Texas Barbecue' Candy Bar  

Buckle up for a ride through the "Flavors of America" If you wanted a taste of Texas, you could book a trip to Central Texas this summer and sample that region's sainted barbecue parlors, where pitmasters crave up fat slices of moist, thick-crusted brisket. Or, you could simply hop down to the local 7-Eleven and pick up Hershey's new Texas barbecue-themed PayDay bar, which is part of the company's new "Flavors of America" campaign. The candy titan says these new ba...

2017-04-27 13:01:00
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The Tasting Counter Trend Is Officially Dead Thanks to Taco Bell  

It was fun while it lasted One of the big trends in high-end gastronomy over the last decade and a half is the move away from regal dining rooms and toward intimate chef's counters like you find at Brooklyn Fare in NYC, Saison in San Francisco, and MiniBar in D.C. Chefs young and old across America are embracing this format, and it's not uncommon to find a few tasting menu experience on "best restaurants" in America lists, like Eater's National 38. And now, there is a...

2017-04-27 12:24:01
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At Noma Mexico, Servers Are Called 'Nerds'  

Plus: Wolfgang on the Walk of Fame, Beyonce orders dinner • At Noma Mexico, they don't call the waiters servers or staffers or team members — they call them nerds. • Cara Stadler, one of Maine's most well-known chefs, is abandoning her five month-old no-tipping policy at her pair of restaurants Bao Bao Dumpling House in Portland and Tao Yuan in Brunswick after recently reviewing the books. Customers balked at the higher prices and ordered less food, and the restaurants...

2017-04-27 11:31:00
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Sushi Restaurant Inside Trump Hotel Soho to Shutter, Citing Major Drop in Traffic  

Even the Kardashians stopped coming As Trump funnels his political energy toward dropping bombs and attempting to build a border wall, all is not well inside his hotel empire: A once-popular pricey sushi restaurant inside the Trump SoHo Hotel in Manhattan will close by mid-June, citing a major drop-off in business since the alleged billionaire won the election, Grub Street reports. Hotel restaurant Koi — an international, pan-Asian upscale chain in the vein of Buddakan or Tao ...

2017-04-27 11:06:55
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Mario Batali and Jeremiah Tower Are Plotting a Restaurant  

On Italy's Amalfi Coast Orange Croc aficionado Mario Batali and legendary chef Jeremiah Tower — who spent a minute at NYC's maligned Tavern on the Green and is the star of Anthony Bourdain's new documentary — have a restaurant in the works. Earlier this week, Tower told Bon Appetit, "If Mario Batali would like to open a restaurant on the Amalfi Coast with me, I would do it." Today, Batali revealed on Twitter that the two superstar chefs are actually in the "planning ...

2017-04-27 10:20:46
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Israeli Hummus Restaurant Dizengoff Is Coming to Miami  

Michael Solomonov and partner Steve Cook have big expansion plans Philly-based CookNSolo is quickly becoming a national restaurant group to know. James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Solomonov and partner Steve Cook have just announced plans to open up a Dizengoff, their Israeli-style hummusiya, in Miami. This isn't the only CookNSolo project outside of the Northeast: In June, the group announced plans to expand fried-chicken-and-doughnuts mini chain Federal Donuts (affectio...

2017-04-26 17:32:01
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Oops, Soylent's Maybe Not So Vegan After All  

The company is recalling its drink mix for undeclared milk Bad news this week for Soylent, the favorite meal replacement of tech bros everywhere who are too busy crushing it to eat actual food: The company has warned that its drink mix powder may contain undeclared milk in the form of whey powder, and it's subsequently recalling 890 boxes of the product. A little bit of undeclared milk may be no big deal for most people, but that news is likely to stick in the craw of customer...

2017-04-26 15:16:49
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One of the Biggest Restaurants of the Year Opens Tonight in Seattle  

5 reasons everyone should pay attention to Edouardo Jordan's Junebaby Spring restaurant season is fully upon us. The Beard Awards are happening. And restaurants put on most anticipated roundups many months ago are finally opening to the public. Next up, Junebaby in Seattle. 1. Edouardo Jordan is a name you should know. Backstory time: Jordan grew up in Florida, and identifies as Southern, tracing his family roots through Georgia. After culinary school, he apprenticed at the F...

2017-04-26 14:26:05
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The 18 Essential Barbados Restaurants  

From seaside fine dining to a casual fish fry, this Caribbean island's got it all "Barbados is a culinary gem of the region," says writer, editor, and self-described proud Bajan Tamara Best of the Caribbean island. "Don't be fooled by its size. At 166 square miles, the island has plenty to offer: outdoor food markets, restaurants perched seaside, great bakeries hiding in plain sight, and much more." For those looking for a traditional taste of Barbados, Best recomme...

2017-04-26 12:01:01
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Chipotle Is Finally Adding Dessert to Its Menu  

Plus, all the food news to know today • Chipotle is adding something sweet to its menu: After years of declining to offer dessert, the chain confirmed yesterday that it'll soon offer its version of buñuelos — a flat fried fritter topped with honey, sugar, cinnamon and served with an apple dipping sauce. The brand first teased the idea of dessert about six months ago, and the announcement comes just one month after Chipotle launched its new five-ingredient tortilla. Per Bus...

2017-04-26 11:31:01
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Oh Hey, Why Is Jeff Goldblum Working at an Australian Sausage Truck?  

Here is a spectacular WTF moment Jeff Goldblum is a man of many talents: he's an accomplished actor, a celebrated jazz pianist, an O.G. viral video star, and now a skilled sausage chef. Yesterday, the movie star was spotted handing out sandwiches from a van in Sydney, Australia's Wynyard Park marked Chef Goldblum's. He offered no explanation for this food stunt, but really, none was needed — if Jeff Goldblum appears out of nowhere and hands you a sausage, you just smile ...

2017-04-26 11:00:04
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Chipotle Warns Customers of Possible Credit Card Breach  

More woes for the troubled burrito chain As Chipotle continues to try to climb out of a massive sales slump triggered by a string of high-profile food safety disasters, it's suddenly got a new pain point: a potential credit card breach. The burrito chain relayed the bad news to customers on Tuesday via a post on its website, explaining that it recently discovered unauthorized activity on its payment processing network. Translation: If you used a credit or debit card to pay for...

2017-04-26 10:31:00
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London Bar Adds Unnecessary VR Component to Cocktails  

The world's first augmented reality menu is here British chef and restaurateur Jason Atherton is dipping his toes into the virtual reality game. According to the London Evening Standard, the chef, who has three Michelin-starred restaurants in London (Pollen Street Social, Social Eating House, and City Social), thriving restaurants in Asia, and opened clubhouse the Clocktower in New York in 2015, is launching the first-ever "augmented reality cocktail menu" at the bar at Cit...

2017-04-26 09:44:33
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Watch: How La Taqueria Became a San Francisco Classic  

"Dining on a Dime" takes on the essential Mission-style burrito This week, Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson continues his exploration of San Francisco with the Mission-style burrito. It's not what you might think, though: What La Taqueria does is, rather, a classic riff on an the Mission-style burrito. Owner Miguel Jara dispenses with the overstuffed-with-rice version in favor of a pared-down one: meat, pinto beans, avocado, and salsa. The restaurant also specializes in...

2017-04-25 22:04:28
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Here Is the Full List of 2017 James Beard Foundation Media Award Winners  

Congratulations to all At a ceremony in New York City tonight, the James Beard Foundation announced its Media Award winners for 2017. Formerly known as the Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards — the broad categories the Foundation still recognizes — tonight's festivities saw big wins for cookbook author Ronnie Lundy, hit Netflix show Chef's Table, Portland Monthly food critic Karen Brooks, Cooking Light, writer Francis Lam, and Roads & Kingdoms. Winners in the chef...

2017-04-25 17:02:02
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Katy Perry Starts a Mysterious Cherry Pie Competition on Twitter  

What the heck is going on? Katy Perry, the person with the most Twitter followers in the world, just launched an unusual new campaign where she's asking her 97 million fans to bake pies and share their pics with her: Bake me a pie and you may get a surprise pic.twitter.com/Q35yejMt4Q— Katy Perry (@katyperry) April 24, 2017 She even provided a very straightforward pie recipe for her fans to follow, and now the results are coming in: @katyperry bet pic.tw...

2017-04-25 16:02:29
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James Beard Foundation Awards 2017: News, Updates, and Winners  

Everything you need to know Beard season has officially arrived: Today the James Beard Foundation released its list of Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists for 2017. On Wednesday, March 15, the foundation will release its (much shorter) list of final nominees at A.O.C. Restaurant in LA. (For the masses who can't be present, they'll also be announced via Twitter and Facebook Live.) Winners will be announced Monday, May 1 at a gala at the Lyric Opera of Chicago, where the ...

2017-04-25 15:39:53
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The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Vancouver  

Find everything from upscale delis to back-alley taco shops in this bustling Canadian city Today, Eater visits Vancouver, Canada, to check in with 12 newish bars and restaurants that are garnering some serious buzz. We've tapped local food writer Nikki Bayley to select her picks for the best Van City openings of the past year. These days, Vancouver diners are flocking to a high-end hotel restaurant with dazzling design (Botanist); casual, veggie-friendly comfort food spots (A...

2017-04-25 13:31:01
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What Is Going on at Whole Foods?  

The retailer is struggling to compete with other grocers Whole Foods, the first national grocery store chain to champion organic products, market wellness as a retail category, and sell three stalks of asparagus in a bottle of water for $6, is going through a tough time. Business at the grocer has been so rocky that its stock rose today amid reports that Albertsons, a mid-scale grocery store operator, is interested in buying the struggling food retailer. In February, the chain

2017-04-25 13:01:01
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Pizza Dress Is the Only Thing You Need in Your Closet  

Say hello to the fiercest look of Spring 2017 Costume designer Olivia Mears, the creator of the Taco Belle dress, has designed another junk food-themed garment, and it is spectacular. Say hello to the pizza dress: A post shared by Olivia Mears, the "Taco Belle" (@avantgeek) on Apr 22, 2017 at 11:20am PDT It looks like the inspiration here is either a Pizza Hut-style personal pan pizza or a 12" Neapolitan pie with pepperoni, sliced olives, and bell peppers. The ...

2017-04-25 11:31:01
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Gordon Ramsay's Daughter Says Her Dad Is 'Really Tough' on Her Cooking  

It's not always easy being a Ramsay Gordon Ramsay loves curse words like a dog loves a bone, but anyone who's watched MasterChef and MasterChef Junior knows that the food media star adopts a much softer tone when he's talking to children as opposed to adults. Part of MasterChef Junior's strange appeal is seeing the F-bomb archer turn into a cuddly pep-talker when something goes awry in the kiddie kitchen. You'd think Ramsay would apply this same logic to his own childr...

2017-04-25 10:46:03
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This Pop-Up Restaurant Will Serve You Airplane Food  

Plus, all the food news to know today • Because food bloggers will show up to a meal literally anywhere, a new pop-up "restaurant" in London is literally serving guests airline food. The pop-up, called "This Is How We Fly Today," is a stunt concocted by Air New Zealand, and offers visitors dishes like "lamb with minted peas" and various canapes in an attempt to convince them that the airline's on-flight offerings are not-terrible (or at the very least, are SFW). ...

2017-04-25 10:02:01
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Watch: This Is How You Cook With Liquid Nitrogen  

You don't need to be a pro chef to use the super-cold liquid safely in the kitchen Liquid nitrogen isn't all fun and games, it's a serious cooking tool. In this episode of You Can Do This!, host Clifford Endo explains how to keep safe while toeing the line between chef and scientist. This super-cold substance clocks in at -321° Fahrenheit. It might sound scary, but this the extreme temperature unlocks a whole world of cooking possibilities, from creamy smooth ice cream to...

2017-04-24 17:01:01
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Review: Jeremiah Tower Doc 'The Last Magnificent' Sizzles From Start to Finish  

Five stars out of five for this new documentary from Lydia Tenaglia and Anthony Bourdain Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein. There many heroes to which one might compare chef Jeremiah Tower. Over the seven decades of his life, he's lived the plots of as many novels. He's Tadzio in Death in Venice, Sebastian Flyte of Brideshead...

2017-04-24 13:46:01
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Gwyneth Paltrow Plans Outrageously Expensive Food/Wellness Fest  

Hold onto your chakras, In Goop Health is coming this summer   Gwyneth Paltrow, the original post-millennial celebrity-turned-lifestyle guru, is spearheading a conference in Los Angeles where attendees will live their best Goop lives, if only for one day: June 10, 2017. In Goop Health will feature crystal therapy, aura photography, sound baths, and flower remedies, plus I.V. drips for anyone who hit the town a little too hard the night before. Fans of Gwyneth's cookbook...

2017-04-24 13:02:01
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Why Do People Wait in Long Lines for Craft Beer?  

And is an escape from "adulting" really the answer? Whether the craft beer industry is booming or fading seems to be up for debate, but one thing is certain: No matter the larger trend, true aficionados are as excited as ever about new and rare brews. Last October, Brooklyn-based Other Half Brewing and Canton, Massachusetts-based Trillium Brewing teamed up on a limited edition IPA called Like Whoa. The resulting pandemonium was such that Other Half commissioned filmmakers to ...

2017-04-24 12:02:01
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Walmart Invents the Crotilla, a Mashup Literally No One Asked For  

It's (allegedly) a croissant-tortilla hybrid By the year 2048, the only edible substances left on Earth will be man-made hybrid foods portmanteaued within an inch of their lives: Cronuts! Cragels! Joffee! Appropriately, Walmart — which by that time will be one of only three mega-corporations that rule the world — is preparing for this dystopian culinary future by unveiling a new cross-bred baked good: the crotilla. Though it may sound like a species of rare Australian croc...

2017-04-24 11:48:07
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You Can Now Book a Table at the Revamped Four Seasons  

The Torrisi team opens the reservation books at the Grill

2017-04-24 11:32:01
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Anthony Bourdain Calls the Unicorn Frappuccino the 'Perfect Nexus of Awfulness'  

Tony has strong feelings about the Starbucks novelty drink During its brief time on this planet, the Unicorn Frappuccino inspired a lot of strong reactions from people — including food media superstar Anthony Bourdain. A few days ago, Town & Country asked the Parts Unknown host about the candy-colored calorie bomb from Starbucks. His response: "Wow, that's like four things I hate all in one sentence: Starbucks, unicorns, and the colors pink and purple. Also a Frappuccin...

2017-04-24 10:47:01
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Obama Is Coming Back From Vacation to Talk About Food  

Plus, all the news to know today • President Barack Obama's vacation is over — Obama returns to public life next week, and on his calendar during these first few weeks back is a keynote at global food innovation summit Seeds&Chips, which takes place in Milan May 8-11. Other speakers include several members of the European Commission, former White House policy advisor Sam Kass, and higher-ups from Starbucks, the James Beard ...

2017-04-24 10:02:00
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How Barbara Lynch Built Her Restaurant Empire  

The Boston chef and Time 100 honoree shares her secrets Barbara Lynch is the key player on the Boston restaurant scene. The 2014 James Beard Outstanding Restaurateur has eight restaurants in her home city, including a collaboration with Eataly Boston, and recently published a memoir, Out of Line, in which she details how she rose from a poor childhood in South Boston to become a major figure in the restaurant world. Just last week, she was named one of Time magazine's 100 most ...

2017-04-24 09:31:01
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Watch: Tasting Meaty, Cheesy, Submarine Sandwiches in Atlantic City  

'The Meat Show' tackles huge and hearty sandwiches The White House Sub Shop carries the great honor of calling itself "the home of the submarine," and although it isn't the birthplace of the sandwich, it certainly is well-known both in and out of Atlantic City, NJ. After countless recommendations, The Meat Show host Nick Solares was so excited to try the famed sandwich that he decided to tackle three different types. White House's Atlantic City-style cheesesteak doe...

2017-04-23 11:38:53
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Watch: Every Dish on This Korean-Inspired Brunch Menu Is a Perfect Hangover Cure  

'K-Town' heads to brunch at SouthGate in Philly for fried chicken and matcha waffles Brunch can be a good time to nurse last night's sins, and SouthGate in Philadelphia is the perfect place to do so with Korean-inspired plates. K-Town host and Eater LA editor Matthew Kang calls a recent meal there a "primo hangover cure." SouthGate chef Dave Feola isn't Korean. To learn the basics, Feola spent time with owner Peter Hwang's mother and mother-in-law and was constant...

2017-04-23 11:03:00
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The High-End Napa and Silicon Valley Restaurants You Need to Visit  

Notes from editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt's California road trip 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. Notes From the Road Every year or so, my boss Lockhart and I take a road trip to talk Eater strategy away from the office and check out what's going on outside of New York in the world of food. This ...

2017-04-22 12:02:01
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Recipe: How to Make Balthazar's Banana Ricotta Tart  

Guaranteed to impress your dinner guests Balthazar, restaurateur Keith McNally's French brasserie in Manhattan's Soho neighborhood, was the first restaurant I wanted to go to the first time I visited New York City. I was 19, and listened to They Might Be Giants' "New York City" pretty much on repeat during the car ride down from college in upstate NY. I had a clipping from a New York magazine in my notebook with the restaurant's address, and a plan to order onion soup...

2017-04-22 11:03:01
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Watch: Who Is Responsible When a Competitive Eater Dies?  

'Gut Check' explores the many hidden risks of eating contests Earlier this spring, two people tragically died while participating in amateur eating competitions, revealing how a seemingly innocuous form of bar entertainment can go terribly wrong. But the incidents pose the question: When these accidents strike, who's liable? In this installment of Gut Check, Eater explores the risks associated with competitive eating — for both amateur and professional competitors and the bus...

2017-04-21 17:33:07
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Unicorn Lemonade Slays the Unicorn Frappuccino  

All the colors minus the heavy stuff If you want a Unicorn beverage, but you don't want all the sugar and calories of the Unicorn Frappuccino, consider asking your local Starbucks barista for a Unicorn Lemonade. They might grimace at this order, but if the Unicorn Frapp ingredients are on hand, the crew should be able to make it for you. Details of this secret menu item were revealed in a new Reddit thread from a group of Starbucks baristas titled, "My Coworkers and I got ...

2017-04-21 16:12:50
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How Balthazar Became the Quintessential New York City Restaurant  

The best lines from author Reggie Nadelson's new book, 'At Balthazar' Balthazar, restaurateur Keith McNally's French brasserie-style restaurant in New York City's Soho neighborhood, turns 20 today. When it opened in 1997, it represented a changing tide in what had been an industrial, art-filled downtown Manhattan, and a shift in how and what New Yorkers wanted to eat. The stuffy fine-dining French restaurants were for the olds; everyone under 30 in the late '90s and e...

2017-04-21 13:42:00
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Anthony Bourdain Thinks Truffle Oil Is 'About as Edible as Astroglide'  

Tony torches food trends in a hilarious new video During his visit to The Tonight Show on Wednesday, line cook-turned-author/TV host Anthony Bourdain riffed on a bunch of food trends for a delightfully salty web-only video. Tony remarks that truffle oil is a "horrible" ingredient that's "about as edible as Astroglide and made from the same stuff." But that substance still doesn't annoy him as much as kobe beef sliders, a staple dish on clubstaurant menus throughout th...

2017-04-21 13:01:00
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One Easy Way for Restaurants to Be Better for the Environment  

Plus, all the food news to know today • In honor of Earth Day (which is tomorrow, April 22), the masterminds behind ZeroFoodprint — a nonprofit organization that "believes chefs and restaurants can lead in the fight against climate change" — have organized a campaign that sees more than 70 restaurants committing to a day of carbon-neutral dining. As part of the pledge, participating businesses will donate $1 from every cover to offset carbon emissions created during foo...

2017-04-21 12:32:00
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The 18 Essential Cannes Restaurants  

Glorious seafood, stunning views Cannes, France is perhaps best known for playing host to the entertainment industry during the Cannes Film Festival in May, and then again to advertising heavyweights during Cannes Lions in June. But food and dining writer Alexander Lobrano says it's unfair to write off the seaside city as a convention town, and the restaurants in Cannes offer more than convention eats. The Cannes dining scene is filled with high-end French fine dining alon...

2017-04-21 11:38:00
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Of Course Donald Trump Served Baked Alaska to Sarah Palin  

An Alaskan-themed dessert for the state's former governor, naturally During a whirlwind tour at the White House Wednesday, President Donald Trump treated guests Ted Nugent, Kid Rock, and former Alaska governor/vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin to a "white-china private dinner." For dessert? A "flaming baked alaska in honor of Ms. Palin," the New York Times reports. Some history: The baked alaska — a deliciously old-school dessert that features a slice of cake ...

2017-04-21 10:21:41
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Unicorn Frappuccinos Inspire Starbucks Barista Meltdowns Across America  

Employees of the coffee chain have strong feelings about this drink A week before the launch of the Unicorn Frappuccino, Starbucks baristas were complaining about how many steps it would take to make this candy-colored concoction. And now, 48 hours after its debut, employees at the coffee chain across the country are losing their minds over this drink, which has more sugar in it than seven Krispy Kreme doughnuts. A 'Bucks crew member named Braden Burson shared a video rant o...

2017-04-21 09:44:49
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Why We Might Be Saying Goodbye to Elaborate Restaurant Menus  

Most items contribute little to nothing to revenue Smaller, independent restaurants might want to follow fast-casual chains and consider trimming their food options — by, like, 70 percent. New research from restaurant management platform Upserve shows that many restaurants, both quick service and full service, have way too many items on their menus: Specifically, the company has found that a massive 80 percent of a restaurant's food sales come from only 16 percent of menu ite...

2017-04-20 16:01:00
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Watch an Exclusive Clip From the Jeremiah Tower Documentary 'The Last Magnificent'  

Here's a sneak peek at one of the year's most anticipated food docs Chef Jeremiah Tower's work at Bay Area restaurants Chez Panisse and Stars had a tremendous impact on American gastronomy. As Anthony Bourdain said on the Tonight Show this week: "He almost single handedly created the whole idea that American ingredients attributed to regions of America were something that were desirable rather than dishes with French names." But Tower's influence extended beyond just ...

2017-04-20 15:00:02
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Modernist Trailblazer Wylie Dufresne Is Selling Fancy Doughnuts  

Du's Donuts and Coffee will open soon in Brooklyn

2017-04-20 14:02:01
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Live Your Best Life With This Flamin' Hot Grilled Cheese Doughnut  

It's an avalanche of salt, sugar, fat, and spice When consumed in large quantities, Flamin' Hot Cheetos can cause harm to your body. Some schools have even banned this spicy snack because students were getting so sick from eating them. The smart way to enjoy these fiery cheese squiggles is to mix them with regular Cheetos (a trick that at least two Eater editors employ as part of their snack regimen), or pulverize the puffs into dust and coat starchy, fatty foods with this pe...

2017-04-20 13:33:01
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NYC's Fanciest Grocery Store Is Getting Into Fast Food  

The 3,432 square-foot space will focus on food as theater

2017-04-20 13:16:01
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'GQ' Unveils Its Best New Restaurants of 2017  

Los Angeles dominates this list As per annual tradition, men's mag GQ has unveiled its list of the Best New Restaurants of the year, and 2017's 10-item line-up is heavy on Los Angeles. Correspondent Brett Martin is particularly enamored, it seems, with LA's Salazar, the outdoor restaurant run by Billy Silverman and Esdras Ochoa: "That was when I felt the spark: a glow that was like the buzz of hunger, but not limited to my stomach," Martin writes of a meal that includes...

2017-04-20 13:00:03
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Previewing 'Six Seasons,' a Portland Chef's Ode to Vegetables  

Ava Gene's chef Joshua McFadden argues for seasonality, always

2017-04-20 12:10:00
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Enrique Olvera Will Open Cosme in LA  

And he might expand Atla, too Star Mexican chef Enrique Olvera and chef Daniela Soto-Innes are bringing Cosme, their hit Mexican restaurant in New York, to LA. The World's 50 Best reports that Cosme LA will likely open in 2018. Since Cosme opened in 2014 with Soto-Innes as chef de cuisine, it has been included on Bill Addison's list of the best restaurants in America, placed at no. 40 on the World's 50 Best List, and was a James Beard best new restaurant nominee. Soto-Inne...

2017-04-20 11:46:16
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José Andrés Eyes Rapid Expansion Thanks to New Partnership  

The chef sets his sights on stadiums, schools, and Silicon Valley Everything's coming up Jose Andres. The proud immigrant and politically-motivated DC-based chef recently announced that his company, ThinkFoodGroup, established a partnership with Compass Group USA, a massive foodservice management operation that runs school, stadium, museum, and corporate dining facilities across the country. This three-year partnership could spur major growth for ThinkFoodGroup, with Jose ...

2017-04-20 11:01:00
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Barbara Lynch Included in Time 100  

She's the only chef to make the list this year Barbara Lynch is having a year: The Boston restaurateur has been included on Time's list of the 100 most influential people in the world for her work in the restaurant industry. The annual list names the pioneers, artists, leaders, titans, and icons who are "shaping the future." This year, Time has named Lynch a "pioneer," alongside Full Frontal host Samantha Bee, comedian and director Jordan Peele, and First Daughter Iva...

2017-04-20 10:31:00
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Anthony Bourdain Takes the Secret Ingredient Challenge on the 'Tonight Show'  

Tony and Sienna Miller eat Oreo-crusted catfish and Kraft cheese popsicles World-traveling TV host/author/retired chef Anthony Bourdain stopped by the Tonight Show Wednesday to talk about his filming Parts Unknown and the new Jeremiah Tower documentary he produced, The Last Magnificent. His visit to the Tonight Show also included a truly hilarious game show challenge, wherein Tony, Jimmy Fallon, and actress Sienna Miller sampled four normal-looking dishes made with revolting se

2017-04-20 10:01:44
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La La Land's Famous Jazz Club Seb's Is Popping Up Across America  

Plus, all the food news to know today • Seb's, the fictional jazz club that provided a major plot point in the Oscar-winning La La Land, is popping up in real life. Bars in Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington, DC, New Orleans, and San Francisco will transform into their version of Seb's on April 25 — a promotion for the film's DVD release and yet-another example of pop culture establishments becoming real-life stunts. In Long Beach, CA, a bar called the Blind Donkey is par...

2017-04-19 18:00:02
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Taco Pizza Is the Ferocious Calorie Bomb America Needs Right Now  

You'll never have to chose between tacos and pizza ever again  The pizza makers of America are constantly coming up with crazy new pie permutations that blur the line between delicious and disgusting. Over the last year, pizzaiolos across the country have created things like the pizza topped with mini pizza slices, and the hamburger with mini pizza buns. And now, New Jersey's own Tony Baloney's is introducing a pie that just might win the award for craziest pizza in Am...

2017-04-19 17:14:46
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Feast Your Eyes on LA's Best Vintage Restaurant Memorabilia  

Neon signs, old menus, and more at the Valley Relics Museum

2017-04-19 16:31:01
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Six Gorgeous Dishes I Ate in Mexican Wine Country  

Roving critic Bill Addison finds thrilling flavors among the rolling fields of the Valle de Guadalupe in Baja California This story first appeared in Bill Addison's newsletter "Notes From a Roving Critic." Read the archives and subscribe now for delicious dispatches from the road. Whenever I visit San Diego as part of my travels for Eater, it's become mandatory (in my mind, at least) to set aside time for crossing into Baja California. To eat Mexican food in Southern ...

2017-04-19 15:48:05
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Wikipedia Is the Next Internet Giant to Be Mad at Burger King  

... For its dumb Google Home/Wiki stunt Last week, Burger King unleashed an ad that angered the collective internet — and one of the internet's biggest names — by designing a commercial that would intentionally trigger viewers' Google Home devices, directing them to the Wikipedia page for the Whopper sandwich. Google responded swiftly by amending Home to no longer respond to the ad's prompt: "What is the Whopper burger?" And now, it looks like Google wasn't the on...

2017-04-19 15:08:08
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Olive Garden's Dark Secrets Exposed on First Date  

A date with a former manager turned into a hilarious expose of the chain restaurant A fellow by the name of Joe Wadlington took to Twitter this afternoon to share the details of a date that took an unexpected turn into the world of Olive Garden Times Square secrets. Here we go: I went on a date last night and the guy meekly shared that he used to be THE GENERAL MANAGER FOR THE TIMES SQUARE OLIVE GARDEN.— Joe Wadlington (@JoeWadlington) April 19, 2017 Q Did y'a...

2017-04-19 14:31:01
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Ellen DeGeneres Strikes a Deal With Wendy's Nugget Kid  

The daytime host makes him an offer he can't refuse A plucky 16-year-old named Carter Wilkerson is poised to eclipse Ellen DeGeneres's Twitter milestone thanks to a plea for free Wendy's chicken nuggets that vent viral — and now the daytime talk show host wants to broker a deal to keep her tweet in the record books. As you may recall, two weeks ago, Wilkerson hatched a plan to get free nuggets for a year: HELP ME PLEASE. A MAN NEEDS HIS NUGGS pic.twitter.com/4SrfHm...

2017-04-19 13:55:38
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This Korean Food Phenomenon Is Changing the Internet  

Meet the American YouTubers who are now trying to cash in on mukbang As 10 slices of bacon sizzle on an electric griddle, YouTube star Nicholas P. prepares to eat an epic feast — the entire package of bacon is cooking just for him. Once the bacon is crisp, Nicholas, who goes by the name Nikocado Avocado on YouTube (and requests that naming convention is used here), removes it from the warm griddle and dumps on two bags of Nacho Cheese Doritos. From off camera, Nikocado Avocado ...

2017-04-19 11:45:01
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This $400 Juicer Has One Big Flaw  

Plus, all the other food news to know today • Juicero, a Very Fancy juicing start-up that collected more than $120 million in funding, has one big issue, as Bloomberg has discovered: Consumers don't actually need to purchase the $400 machine in order to drink the Very Fancy juice packs that Juicero sells. The brand's proprietary "produce packs," which retail for $5-8 each, can be squeezed by hand nearly as efficiently as when a drinker uses the machine, which itself dro...

2017-04-19 10:31:01
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Watch: These Enormous Italian Sandwiches Are a Must-Eat in SF  

"Dining on a Dime" heads to Little Lucca's, and host Lucas Peterson can barely contain his excitement No visit to or from the San Francisco airport is complete (in the opinion of Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson) without a trip to Little Lucca Specialty Sandwich Shop in South San Francisco, affectionately known as Little Lucca's. An unassuming storefront, the shop has become famous for its cheap and overstuffed deli sandwiches, filled with various Italian meats like p...

2017-04-19 10:23:21
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Unicorn Frappuccino Will Fly Back to Cloud City Next Week  

It's pink and tastes like Skittles UPDATE, 4/19 10:00 a.m.: This post was updated to reflect recent news about this most unusual new Starbucks creation. Trend-chasing coffee titan Starbucks is jumping on the Lisa Frankenfoods bandwagon with the release of a new unicorn-themed version of its most popular specialty drink, the Frappuccino. Pictures of this pink-and-blue creation started to surface on Instagram and Twitter on April 17, and baristas were chatting about it on Reddi...

2017-04-19 09:46:01
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The 9 Hottest New Restaurants in Cincinnati, Ohio  

For the first time, Eater is venturing to Cincinnati, Ohio, to focus on nine newish restaurants and bars that have been garnering some serious buzz. We've tapped Polly Campbell, the Cincinnati Enquirer's food and dining writer, to offer up her picks for the hottest restaurants in the greater Cincinnati area. Right now, Cincinnati diners are digging seafood small plates (Eighth & English), farm-to-table German fare (Bauer Farm Kitchen), a brand-new taproom from a popular...

2017-04-18 17:48:23
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Dining on a Dime: A Cheap Eats Series [Watch Season 9 in San Francisco]  

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

2017-04-18 15:46:02
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McDonald's Rolling Out Mobile Ordering by End of 2017  

McNuggets will soon be just a few taps away Getting your hands on a Big Mac will soon require just a few taps of a screen: McDonald's is moving forward with its plans to roll out a mobile order and pay system, and it's slated to be available at all 14,000-plus of its U.S. stores by the end of the year. While the fast-food titan is somewhat late hopping on the mobile ordering bandwagon — companies like Taco Bell, Starbucks, Domino's, and even Chick-fil-A have been using i...

2017-04-18 15:02:00
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After Nearly 20 Years, Ming Tsai Will Close Blue Ginger  

The beloved TV chef is getting into fast casual Acclaimed Boston-area chef and television personality Ming Tsai is closing the restaurant that made him a name to know. Blue Ginger, the Asian-fusion restaurant that focused in-part on offering allergen-free options, has been open in suburban Wellesley, Massachusetts for 19 years. In 2013, Tsai opened a sister restaurant in Boston's Seaport District, Blue Dragon, which will remain open. According to the Boston Globe, Blue Ginger...

2017-04-18 14:05:00
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Chance the Rapper's Chicken Wing Birthday Cake Is Marvelous  

The dessert is a tribute to one of his favorite restaurants Hip hop superstar Chance the Rapper celebrated his 24th birthday this week by tucking into a cake shaped like his favorite meal from Harold's Chicken Shack in Chicago. Thank God for the people in my life. I've had unimaginable & undeserving blessings in my 24 years here. I love you chicago, let's see what we can do for this world. A post shared by Chance The Rapper (@chancetherapper) on Apr 17, 2017 at 11:...

2017-04-18 12:16:48
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WTF: Bangkok Government Bans All Street Food  

No more street noodles by the end of the year Authorities in Bangkok, Thailand are clearing the sidewalks of the city's world-famous street food. According to the Guardian, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), Bangkok's local governing body, has banned street food stalls from the city. In an announcement, the BMA has ordered all street food vendors to shut down by the end of the year in a move to prioritize "order and hygiene." For many vendors, the ban has co...

2017-04-18 11:46:01
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Why We Love to Believe the Myth of 'Everyday Cooking'  

The impossible — if overwhelmingly delicious — ethos of Elisabeth Prueitt's Tartine All Day A person is either a cook or a baker, according to the old saw. Bakers are precise, methodical, and patient. They know what is going to happen next, and they have anticipated every eventuality, unlike cooks — who are emotional, keyed-up, slightly terrified, even. Bakers delight in the process, in knowing how much water a specific type of grain will hold; they love ratios and ...

2017-04-18 11:17:25
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Restaurant Workers Group Joins Lawsuit Against Donald Trump  

ROC United joins claim; Tom Colicchio voices his support Donald Trump continues to rack up restaurant world lawsuits. A suit filed against the President and his Trump International Hotel in Washington, DC has gained two new plaintiffs according to the Washington Post: Restaurant Opportunities Center United (ROC), a restaurant workers lobbying group, and Jill Phaneuf, an independent contractor who books events at hotels for visiting officials and politicians, have joined the suit

2017-04-18 10:34:54
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Watch Stephen Colbert Rip Into Trump's Chocolate Cake Diplomacy  

Colbert puts the POTUS on blast The Late Show was on vacation last week when President Donald Trump bragged about launching a missile strike on a Syrian air base while he was eating "the most beautiful chocolate cake in the world" with Chinese President Xi Jinping at his Florida resort, Mar-a-Lago. But now Stephen Colbert is making up for lost time with this hilarious monologue bit about the cake incident. Colbert quips: "What's the proper wine pairing with a cruise missile...

2017-04-18 09:32:01
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How Ayesha Curry Went From Basketball Wife to Food Superstar  

Becoming a lifestyle goddess in 10 not-so-easy steps 2017 has yet to crown its official domestic goddesses, but a clear front-runner this year is Ayesha Curry. Curry, who's married to Golden State Warriors golden boy Steph Curry, has over the past few years checked practically every box when it comes to becoming a capital "p" food world Personality, and she's moving at a break-neck pace: First came a blog and a huge Instagram following, followed last year by a cookbook, a...

2017-04-17 18:31:01
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Daniel Boulud Opening Giant Restaurant in Giant NYC Skyscraper  

Coming in 2020

2017-04-17 18:01:01
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The 10 Most Ridiculous/Amazing Things About 'Iron Chef Gauntlet'  

One of the great culinary spectacles is back in action Prior to the debut of Iron Chef Gauntlet, host and new Chairman Alton Brown promised that this would be "all about the food." And although the premiere, which aired last night, does indeed have a lot of gorgeous food and frenetic kitchen action, what you really notice — especially after three years without any new Iron Chef on TV — is how gloriously silly this show is at its core. There are no backflips or operatic d...

2017-04-17 16:42:57
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Actually, You Can't 'Redeem' Yourself By Opening a Good Restaurant  

Paul Qui was arrested on charges of assault. Great reviews won't make that go away In Austin, Texas, reviews are rolling in for Kuneho, a new restaurant from Top Chef alum and empire-building chef Paul Qui. But these aren't ordinary restaurant reviews — and Kuneho isn't an ordinary restaurant. The new project opened in the space that was once home to Qui's high-end flagship, called Qui, which shuttered in the summer of 2016, a few months after the chef was arrested on ass...

2017-04-17 15:01:01
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'Mulan' McNugget Sauce Fetches $14K on eBay  

The dip hasn't been available in nearly two decades Someone on eBay placed a bid worth $14,700 for a pair of 19-year-old McDonald's MgNugget sauces that the seller recently found in "an old car." One of these condiments, the "Szechuan teriyaki dipping sauce," was released as a tie-in for the Disney movie Mulan, but it hasn't been available since the film came out in 1998. People shell out big bucks for nostalgic food products on eBay all the time, but this is an u...

2017-04-17 14:01:00
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Unicorn Frappuccino Prances Into Starbucks This Week  

It's pink and it tastes like Skittles Trend-chasing coffee titan Starbucks is jumping on the Lisa Frankenfoods bandwagon with the release of a new unicorn-themed version of its most popular specialty drink, the Frappuccino. Pictures of this pink-and-blue creation are starting to surface on Instagram and Twitter: The rumors are true! Come in to your closest Starbucks April 20th to try the new Unicorn Frappuccino!(for limited time) pic.twitter.com/iyYjLKEkgz— hunter (@Hu...

2017-04-17 13:44:03
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Ikea May Open Standalone Restaurants and Cafes  

Since everyone goes to Ikea for the meatballs, right?

2017-04-17 13:17:01
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Where Have All the Fast-Food Playgrounds Gone?  

As brands shift their marketing away from kids, plastic slides and ball pits disappear On a Saturday afternoon at a McDonald's in Brooklyn — one of the newer McDonald's made to more like a cafe than a fast-food restaurant — "Can You Feel The Love Tonight?" is playing over the Muzak speakers, and the current Happy Meal toys are Hot Wheels and miniature Barbie dolls. The Playplace, during what should be prime Saturday afternoon birthday party hours, is empty and locked....

2017-04-17 12:31:01
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The Top 25 Food Moments From 'Seinfeld'  

From Junior Mints to Kenny Rogers Roasters, here are the best food scenes on the show Seinfeld ran from July 5, 1989, to May 14, 1998, dominating television ratings and becoming one of the quintessential cornerstones of '90s culture. A "show about nothing," the series created by Larry David and Jerry Seinfeld looked at the absurdity of everyday life, so much of which revolves around food. Over nine seasons, Elaine, George, Jerry, and Kramer found themselves in too many ridi...

2017-04-17 11:39:43
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Chipotle Ups Prices in 20 Percent of Its Stores  

Plus, all the food news to know today • Burritos are getting more expensive at some Chipotle locations. As Fortune reports, the fast-casual chain has raised prices by 5 percent at nearly one-fifth of its stores. "There may be some additional markets that will see price increases before the end of the year, but this was never intended to be a system wide increase," a Chipotle spokesperson tells Eater. "If you see any additional increases, it will be in similar pattern as t...

2017-04-17 10:31:01
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Watch: This Is a Sloppy Joe Like You've Never Seen It Before  

Why does this sloppy joe have roast beef, cole slaw, and dressing? When you picture a sloppy joe, one image (probably) comes to mind: ground beef folded into a sweet red sauce, plopped onto a hamburger bun. But on this episode of The Meat Show, host Nick Solares discovers an anomaly at New Jersey's Millburn Deli — a cold roast beef, ham, and/or turkey sandwich on rye that is still, inexplicably, called a sloppy joe. The sandwiches borrow some of the Reuben's toppings — ...

2017-04-17 09:47:01
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Wolfgang Puck Doesn't Need Restaurant Critics' Approval  

The celebrity chef says reviews of Cut, his first New York restaurant, were wrong Wolfgang Puck doesn't need restaurant critics. "For me, the biggest critics are our customers," he says. And America's first celebrity chef has plenty of those at the dozens of restaurants he owns and operates in the U.S. and abroad. However, that doesn't mean he'll abide bad reviews. On a recent episode of the Eater Upsell, Puck sat down with Upsell hosts Helen Rosner and Greg Morabito ...

2017-04-16 10:31:01
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Paid Labor Is the Moral, Competitive Thing to Do  

Just pay your interns and stages This post originally appeared in EIC Amanda Kludt's From the Editor newsletter, a roundup of her favorite food and restaurant stories — both on and off Eater — each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. In a previous newsletter I mentioned the problematic aspects of unpaid internships in the media world. At Eater, we used to hire plenty of unpaid interns. As many as I could find time to manage. For years. But as we grew and joined a ...

2017-04-15 12:27:01
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Watch: Korean Bar Snacks Are the Perfect Drinking Food  

"K-Town" tries pork belly and fried chicken (in between karaoke songs) "Koreans have truly perfected the art of drinking food," says host Matthew Kang in the opening moments of this late-night episode of K-Town. And of course, what better excuse to indulge in said food than during a night of karaoke singing, when it's delivered directly into your private karaoke booth? In this episode, Kang heads to Muta in the North Philadelphia neighborhood of Olney, where the enthusi...

2017-04-15 11:37:01
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Recipe: Romesco Is One of the World's Great Sauces  

How to make a Spanish classic This sauce is the one-hit wonder your fish or lamb — or chicken, steak, vegetables, or even eggs — needs. Romesco hails from Catalonia, along the Northeastern coast of Spain, and not only is it a lovely shade of red, it's extremely flavorful and warming, but not hot, with a hint of sweetness and a touch of acidity. It compliments all proteins extremely well, and even works as a dip for vegetables. Here's a romesco recipe from LA chef Jeremy...

2017-04-15 10:37:01
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'Iron Chef Gauntlet': 5 Things You Need to Know  

Here's what to expect from the new version of Iron Chef After a three-year hiatus, Iron Chef comes roaring back to life this Sunday, April 16 at 9 p.m. The formula for this Food Network hit recently got a few tweaks and upgrades, and now it's officially called Iron Chef Gauntlet. Here's everything you need to know about the changes inside Kitchen Stadium: 1) The Format Is New for Iron Chef Iron Chef Gauntlet is basically a mini-season of Next Iron Chef spliced onto a ...

2017-04-14 18:40:08
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