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Eater National : The National Restaurant, Bar, and Nightlife Blog

Eater National : The National Restaurant, Bar, and Nightlife Blog

How Costco's $4.99 Rotisserie Chickens Will Transform Agriculture in Nebraska  

In order to continue selling its beloved birds for such a low price, the warehouse club will soon raise and process its own poultry This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Can a single company reshape a landscape? That's the question at play in Nebraska, where Costco, one of America's most powerful companies, has the potential to impact residents, farmers, and the environment in complex and unprecedented ways. At the center of the move is the company's $4.9...

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2018-12-11 11:59:58

Stephanie Izard Is Opening a Peruvian Rooftop Restaurant in Chicago   

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2018-12-11 10:30:53

Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Hong Kong and Macau  

Each city has a new three-starred restaurant Once again, Michelin has announced its starred restaurant selection for Hong Kong and neighboring Macau. This year, the French tire company has awarded two new restaurants three Michelin stars, its highest honor. Caprice in Hong Kong and Jade Dragon in Macau were both elevated to three stars in the 2019 Michelin guide. The announcement marks something of a comeback for Caprice, a contemporary French restaurant currently helmed by G

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2018-12-11 09:54:52

The Hipster Nativity Scene Is Here to Ruin Christmas  

A documentary on the disastrous Fyre Festival is coming to Netflix, and more news to start your day Hipster nativity scenes are here to ruin Christmas A church in Montreal has a rather nontraditional depiction of the birth of Jesus displayed in its museum this year: The "Hipster Nativity Set," produced by a company in California, includes Mary (clad in an off-the-shoulder top) clutching a Starbucks cup, Joseph snapping a selfie, a cow eating gluten-free feed, and Segway-ri...

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2018-12-11 09:49:31

For Real Cooking Success, You Need a Good Speaker  

The Harmon Kardon is all about setting the vibe More than any specific cooking tool, the most valued item in chef JJ Johnson's kitchen at his pan-African New York spot, Henry at the Life Hotel, is his Harmon Kardon Portable Bluetooth Speaker. "The first person that comes into the kitchen that day is allowed to link their music to the speaker, and they set the vibe as the day goes on," says the Eater Young Gun. "It is this universal setting that allows people to get to k...

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2018-12-10 17:09:06

The 12 Days of Guy Fieri: How 'Triple D' Was Born  

Here's the enchanted origin story behind the monster Food Network hit When Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives launched back in 2007, nobody could've predicted that it would become one of the biggest food shows of all time. The Food Network took some risks by working with a new producer on a show covering a style of restaurant — the greasy spoon — that had not been featured prominently on the channel before. And while Fieri was a rising star on the network, the Platinum Prince...

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2018-12-10 16:50:21

Watch: How Fogo de Chão Serves Brazilian Steak for 1,000 People Nightly  

How to Make It goes behind the scenes of the skewer empire Two brothers opened the very first Fogo de Chão in 1979 in Porto Alegre, Brazil, decades before the now-familiar Brazilian steakhouse chain opened in the United States. The chain — not the first Brazilian restaurant to open Stateside, mind you — transformed the way Americans look at eating meat: without limits, and on a stick. Those are just a couple tentpoles of rodízio-style dining, in which diners pay a fixed p...

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2018-12-10 12:35:13

How Restaurants Respond When an Employee's Bad Behavior Goes Viral  

In an era where every diner has a video camera in their pocket, a brand's reputation can be irreparably damaged in one tweet Last month, beleaguered burrito chain Chipotle found itself at the center of a public relations nightmare that had nothing to do with E. coli. A video that went viral on Twitter captured a manager at a St. Paul, Minnesota store asking a group of black men to pay for their meal in advance, while a white female customer was not asked for "proof of incom...

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2018-12-10 11:19:34

Mario Batali Is Still Profiting From His Restaurants  

The chef has yet to divest from B&B Hospitality one year after sexual misconduct allegations Almost a year to the day since Eater NY broke the news that Mario Batali was at the center of multiple sexual misconduct allegations, New York magazine published a piece on the state of the restaurant empire the famous chef left behind. In the months following the allegations, business at B&B Hospitality restaurants dropped up to 30 percent, and despite stepping away from operat

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2018-12-10 10:00:53

Twitter Is Horrified by Chrissy Teigen Cooking With Her Bare Hands  

A four-year-old found an ecstasy pill in their Sonic burger, and more news to start your day Chrissy Teigen fires back at ridiculous social media critics The cookbook author and champion tweeter created a minor controversy when she Instagrammed a video of her making kimchi with her bare hands. Some social media users, most of whom presumably do not wear gloves when making sandwiches for their families, were inexplicably horrified. Teigen quickly posted a snappy retort and was

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2018-12-08 09:12:07

The Holiday Season of 'Nailed It!' Includes a Surprising Misfire  

Streaming recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-entertainment news This post originally appeared on December 7, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome back to Friday afternoon, the perfect time to plan elaborate holiday baking challenges, or figure out what food you're going to order for delivery this weekend. If you're plan...

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2018-12-07 17:00:27

The 12 Days of Guy Fieri: Car Trouble in FlavorTown  

A look back at one of the strangest car moments of Guy's life Food Network superstar Guy Fieri is practically synonymous with hot rods and the freedom that comes from cruising along the blacktop in search of something good to eat. Long before he got the keys to the cherry red Camaro featured on Triple D, Guy was hawking car mufflers on local TV. And in his post-fame life, the Platinum Prince has amassed an impressive collection of automobiles, many of which sport bright yello...

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2018-12-07 13:27:44

Amy Poehler Has Opened a Wine Store in Brooklyn  

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2018-12-07 12:05:18

Andrew Zimmern's Lucky Cricket Is More Than a Controversy. It's Also a Bad Restaurant.  

Andrew Zimmern's Lucky Cricket is not the Chinese-American chain it hopes to be It's awkward to enter a restaurant like Lucky Cricket during a moment of controversy: The staff must carry on and do their jobs, knowing that some of their guests might just be rubberneckers hoping to get a glimpse of the place that its co-owner, travel television star Andrew Zimmern, claimed would save the Midwest from bad Chinese food. The ceilings of the dining rooms are decorated like the wo...

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2018-12-07 10:51:43

A Refreshingly Likable Cast Gets Cooking on 'Top Chef Kentucky'  

A recap of the season premiere of Bravo's long-running competition show The premiere episode of Top Chef Season 16 has all of the things you might expect to find in a Kentucky-themed food TV extravaganza: horses, buglers, bourbon barrels, and plenty of tipsy people in pastel hats eating canapes. When the 15 cheftestepants arrive at Churchill Downs, they are greeted by Tom Colicchio and Padma Lakshmi, who, after more than a decade of Quickfire challenges, still seem game to ...

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2018-12-07 09:49:23

Celeb Pals Ina Garten and Jennifer Garner Dine at In-N-Out  

Amazon is bringing its cashierless stores to airports, and more news to start your day Ina Garten and Jennifer Garner go Animal-style A beautiful celebrity friendship is blossoming before our very eyes: The Barefoot Contessa and celeb pal Jennifer Garner hit up an In-N-Out in Costa Mesa, California yesterday to celebrate the end of Ina's latest cookbook tour. As Garten confirms in the comments, she did indeed order her burger Animal-style. In the words of the illustrious Foo...

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2018-12-06 17:20:00

Meet the Stars of 'Top Chef: Kentucky'   

A guide to all 14 of the chefs competing on the new season of the long-running culinary competition Season 16 of Bravo's hit show Top Chef premieres at 9 p.m. tonight, with a cast of 14 chefs from around the country. This season has a Kentucky theme, so a hot brown cook-off seems likely, and don't be surprised if bourbon find its way into a few of the challenges, too. As always, Padma Lakshmi is the host of the show, and Tom Colicchio and Graham Elliot are back at the ju...

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2018-12-06 15:55:48

Watch: Can a $200 Cast-Iron Pan Sear Steaks Better Than a $30 Lodge Pan?  

Testing the Butter Pan against the easily recognizable Lodge There's really no going back once a cast-iron pan lands in your kitchen, often rendering all your other kitchen pots and pans obsolete. A sturdy cast iron — which How to Make It host Katie Pickens recently saw the process behind creating — will make the crispiest fried rice, give your steaks a more perfect sear, bake knockout cornbread, and perfectly crisp the skin on your roast chicken. Lodge is an easily reco...

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2018-12-06 13:58:27

The 12 Days of Guy Fieri: A Look Back at the Pretzel Cart That Started It All   

A holiday-themed tribute to a food media icon Please stow any carry-on luggage underneath the seat in front of you, and make sure your tray tables and seat backs are in their full upright positions, because we are about to embark on a nonstop flight to FlavorTown U.S.A. The 12 Days of Guy Fieri — a yuletide celebration of the fellow who, like Santa, rides a big red vehicle across the country making people's dreams come true — starts right this second. From now through t...

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2018-12-06 10:09:04

Chaos Erupts Over Free Cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory  

A cruel In-N-Out hoax in Oklahoma, and more news to start your day Free cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory spurs mass chaos Never underestimate people's enthusiasm for free food: On Wednesday, the Cheesecake Factory celebrated 40 years in biz by giving away free slices of cheesecake to customers who ordered delivery via DoorDash. A flood of orders resulted in a large crowd of double-parked delivery drivers at a location in Clarendon, Virginia, and police were called in fo...

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2018-12-06 09:49:11

The Best Eater Podcasts for Your Holiday Travels  

Hear interviews with Samin Nosrat and Christina Tosi, analysis of Uber Eats' domination and more crucial conversations from Eater's Start to Sale and The Upsell We've done a lot of talking this year at Eater, tackling countless topics and interviewing fascinating guests (and getting into just a few impassioned debates) on The Eater Upsell and Start to Sale. On The Upsell, hosts Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen dove into timely food world conversations, from the plastic st...

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2018-12-05 17:40:20

Danny Meyer Confirms Plans for a New Manhattan Restaurant   

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2018-12-05 16:25:45

Montreal's Famous Bagel Shops Are Safe From a Wood-Fired Oven Ban  

St-Viateur and Fairmount Bagel can continue business as usual

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2018-12-05 15:13:35

Watch: Making Buttery, Flaky Puff Pastry by Hand  

Creating a crispy, old-school French dessert at New York's Michelin-starred Le Coucou Puff pastry is made by folding flattened sheets of cold butter between layers of dough; over and over and over again. The process yields a flaky, tender pastry that is a staple of desserts like mille‑feuille or Napoleons, tarts and tartlets, turnovers, galettes, and strudel. Normally when you're making "puff," the dough layer is on the outside, enclosing the cold butter layer. But in...

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2018-12-05 14:39:36

How to Use Google Duplex to Make a Restaurant Reservation   

Google can now call restaurants on its own to make reservations for you

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2018-12-05 14:33:01

Soleil Ho Is the New SF Chron Restaurant Critic  

The cofounder of the Racist Sandwich podcast will take the reins of the newspaper's criticism in January

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2018-12-05 12:50:40

Presenting the Eater Awards Winners Across the Cities  

The best chefs, bars, pop-ups, fast-casual spots, and other dining standouts from Los Angeles to London and beyond Sure, there are certain restaurants and chefs that gain nationwide renown — places recognized among America's 38 Essential Restaurants, for example. But the beauty of dining out is that, even in this day and age, it's a local game: The best restaurants, bars, bakeries, and even food trucks are born of their communities, reflect local flavors, and are indispen...

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2018-12-05 12:27:40

The 2018 Eater Awards Winners  

Shining a spotlight on the people who shaped food culture this year Today we announce the winners of the ninth annual Eater Awards, celebrating the standout achievements of a jam-packed year in the food and restaurant world. The Eater Awards are meant to honor the people who shaped the way we thought about, talked about, and ultimately experienced dining this year — in restaurants, on television, and at home. Eater Awards aren't the only accolades we use to define the yea...

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2018-12-05 12:01:03

Bavel Has the 2018 Restaurant Design of the Year  

With transportive plants, cool textures, and simple good taste, the LA hotspot is a stone-cold stunner The first thing anyone walking into white-hot LA dining destination Bavel will notice is the plants. Vines of pothos cascade from a hanging steel structure, an explosion of greenery that fills the large ceiling space and creeps down, tendril by tendril, over the guests and staff moving throughout the room. As a lover of houseplants and a noticer of dead ones, I was struck — ...

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2018-12-05 12:01:03

Samin Nosrat Is the 2018 Chef of the Year  

Celebrated chefs don't necessarily have to work in restaurant kitchens  Samin Nosrat doesn't consider herself a chef. "The chefs that I learned to cook under were cooks for 30 years before they became chefs," says the cookbook author, instructor, and most recently, the host, heart, and soul of Netflix's hit food documentary series Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat. Nosrat, a Chez Panisse alum who's also an accomplished writer, launches into a thoughtful discussion about ho...

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2018-12-05 12:00:03

Anita Lo's 'Solo' Is the 2018 Cookbook of the Year  

The chef convinced a nation of home cooks to get back in the kitchen and cook for themselves Anita Lo didn't intend to write a cookbook that would make a splash. "I sat on this idea for a bit," she says. "Years ago I had this conversation with a friend and adviser… we were riffing on cookbook concepts using my last name. There was 'Lo Country Cooking,' and 'Lo and Slow: The Braising Book'… there were like 50 ideas. Two of them were about cooking for one: '...

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2018-12-05 12:00:02

Antoni Porowski Is the Food #Brand of the Year   

The "Queer Eye" star ignited a national conversation about his kitchen skills — and turned avocado jokes into bona fide stardom "We have our salt, we have our acid from the lime juice, we have cilantro, and we have our avocado," Antoni Porowski says, standing over a molcajete with a dish towel draped across his shoulder. Queer Eye's newly anointed food expert is showing a hapless 57-year-old divorcee named Tom how to make one of the bachelor's favorite foods from ...

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2018-12-05 11:59:02

Nicole Byer and Jacques Torres Are the 2018 TV Duo of the Year   

The cake-fail quips on "Nailed It!" made the Netflix hit compulsively watchable "This is Little Red Riding Hood after the wolf attempted to kill her," says comedian Nicole Byer as she looks upon the mangled mash of cake, frosting, Twizzlers, marshmallows, and red wax lips in front of her. The creator of this pastry misfire, an amateur baker named Kristina, had 60 minutes to replicate a cupcake with a candy topper that resembled the storybook heroine, but something went ...

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2018-12-05 11:59:02

Nite Yun Is 2018's Breakout Star of the Year  

This is just one more accolade to add to her massive haul this year When Nite Yun debuted her restaurant Nyum Bai in Oakland, California, early this year, she had one goal in mind: to see people from all backgrounds eat the food she grew up with. "I just really wanted to bring awareness to Cambodian food and provide a space or a home for the Cambodian diaspora," she says. And in the months since Nyum Bai's February opening, Cambodian food — Yun's Cambodian food, to be...

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2018-12-05 11:42:03

Fighting Violent Power Structures in the Restaurant Industry  

A new nonprofit wants to raise millions to tackle issues from wage fairness to sexual harassment and gender discrimination On a Tuesday night in November, a group of 30 or so friends and strangers with some connection to the restaurant industry gathered in a Lower East Side apartment. As guests entered the apartment, the night's hosts — married couple John deBary and Michael Remaley — took their coats and slung them over the bed in the bedroom. They offered drinks — bee...

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2018-12-05 10:48:17

12 Million Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled Due to Salmonella Concerns  

Burger King plays a prank on McDonald's, and more news to start your day Even more ground beef recalled Arizona meat producer JBS Tolleson has expanded a ground beef recall to include more than 12 million pounds of product that was packaged from July to September of this year, and sold under the Showcase, Cedar Farms, and Kroger brands. The USDA's Food Safety and Inspection Service believes that the ground beef may be contaminated with a strain of salmonella. Some of the r...

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2018-12-05 02:50:54

The Best Moments of 'The Great British Baking Show: Holidays'  

Paul, Prue, Noel, and Sandi are back in the big white tent along with some familiar favorites from previous seasons of the 'Baking Show' Less than a month after unboxing Season 6 of The Great British Baking Show, Netflix has released a two-episode holiday special featuring eight contestants from previous seasons competing in a series of yuletide challenges. With plenty of elaborate desserts and witty banter among the hosts and bakers, these two episodes will surely appeal ...

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2018-12-04 15:49:24

Watch: Turning a Pig's Leg Into Deli Ham  

Prime Time sets out to create a sandwich with meat that's better than your average Boar's Head cut The crew at the Meat Hook in Brooklyn receives a weekly pig delivery on Monday mornings, and in this episode of Prime Time, hosts Ben Turley and Brent Young are using the pig to make a traditional holiday ham. "Most people don't know what goes into making ham," says Young. "So this is the 101 on making American-style deli ham." Turley jokes: "Like what you wish Boa...

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2018-12-04 15:39:31

NYC Critics Are Not Feeling the Four Seasons Reboot  

The storied power lunch spot's new iteration is plagued by sexual misconduct allegations, "insane prices," and a dated vibe NYC's storied Four Seasons Restaurant is back in action after two years and a relocation — but the city's critics are decidedly not dazzled by the tony dining destination's comeback. The New York Times' Pete Wells and New York Magazine's Adam Platt filed reviews of the Four Seasons this week, each awarding it just one star. After five de...

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2018-12-04 14:01:37

See What's on the Menu at Edouardo Jordan's New Seattle Bar   

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2018-12-04 12:47:28

Why Are People Paying $20 for Grill-Your-Own S'mores?  

Unpacking the campfire treat's irresistible allure in high-end restaurants It was the fall of 2016 and chef Greg Baxtrom was concerned. His Brooklyn restaurant Olmsted had just witnessed its first New York cold snap with three consecutive chilly days, and the restaurant's once-busy garden seating area was deserted. "We had dropped like 30 covers each day and I really got nervous," Baxtrom recalls. The dip set off alarm bells for Baxtrom, who immediately set about coming...

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2018-12-04 10:58:11

Watch a Trailer for Lindsay Lohan's New MTV Clubstaurant Show   

Friends and coworkers share remembrances of Anthony Bourdain, plus more food news to start your day Lindsay Lohan Is Now a TV Club Boss Over the last few years, former movie star Lindsay Lohan has been carving out a new life for herself as a clubstaurant owner in Mykonos, Greece. And now, the world will finally get to see LiLo flex her muscles as nightlife boss in a new MTV series called Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club. In a new trailer for the show, Lohan explains, "People al...

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2018-12-04 09:59:44

The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Kansas City  

Where to find perfect roast chicken, West African cassava stew, and Vegemite toast in KCMO Today, Eater returns to Kansas City to focus on 12 newish restaurants and bars that are garnering some serious buzz. Liz Cook, restaurant critic for Kansas City's the Pitch, has kindly shared her picks for the hottest openings from the past 12 months or so. "In a year of record restaurant openings, the Kansas City food scene has held onto its independent spirit, and chef-owned eateri...

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2018-12-04 09:28:05

The Cookware Start-Ups That Could Topple the All-Clad Establishment  

How a new wave of direct-to-consumer brands like Great Jones are giving big names a run for their money My second job ever was as a food demonstrator at Williams-Sonoma, the California-based cookware store founded in the 1950s. Before I was allowed to serve samples of the shop's popular pumpkin quick bread (made from a mix), I had to attend a two-week training session during which I learned everything about the store's products, from chess piece-like pepper mills to hand-cu...

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2018-12-03 11:05:41

White Truffle Prices Are Shockingly Low This Year  

Millennials are hurting the canned tuna industry, plus more news to start your day A less expensive truffle shuffle for 2018 Due to heavy rainfall this year, Northern Italy is producing a bumper crop of white truffles, resulting in lower prices for the fancy fungi. A kilo of fresh white truffles is selling for between €2,000 to €2,500 (around $1,030 to $1,286 per pound) in Italy, which is roughly half the price of last year's crop. "If we can't find any truffles, th...

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2018-12-03 10:19:30

How to Buy Vintage Cocktail Glasses for Your Home, According to the Experts  

Add some "Mad Men" magic to your bar cart Del Pedro entered the vintage glassware-collecting rabbit hole in 2012, when he was preparing to open his Prospect Heights bar, Tooker Alley. "You see all these old pictures of drinks in these really sexy glasses, and I was like, 'Where are they all now?'" Now Pedro and his staff use vintage glasses during service at Tooker Alley, and he keeps a handful of favorites at home to enjoy on his own (and show off to friends). ...

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2018-12-03 09:12:06

Painting the First Taste of Freedom  

Artist Julie Green paints the first meals eaten after exonerees — those wrongly convicted of crimes — leave prison for the first time In 1995, a fire broke out in the trailer home where Kristine Bunch lived with her three-year-old son, Anthony. Bunch made it out; her little boy died. Prosecutors claimed she started the fire, and charged her with arson and felony murder. Just 22 years old and pregnant with her second child, she was found guilty on both counts and sentenced t...

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2018-12-01 09:12:04

'The Final Table' Is a TV Spectacle That Shows Room for Improvement   

Streaming recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-entertainment news This post originally appeared on November 30, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome back to Friday afternoon. I hope you had a nice Thanksgiving break that was full of delightful carbohydrates of all shapes and sizes. I've got a few ideas for what to watch thi...

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2018-11-30 10:38:22

The Rock Just Really Loves Eating an Entire Hawaiian Pizza  

Plus, Chick-fil-A fans camped out in the snow ahead of an opening in Upstate New York, and more food news to end the week The Rock can eat a whole Hawaiian pizza in one sitting When Michael Scott needs to carbo-load before a big foot race, he takes down a whole thing of fettuccini Alfredo. When football player-turned-wrestler-turned actor Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson needs to carbo-load before a big fight scene, he takes down an entire Hawaiian pizza. The Rock revealed this h...

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2018-11-30 09:12:02

Inside the French Culinary Competition That Drives Chefs to Tears  

Only about 200 hopefuls have received France's Meilleur Ouvrier de France designation since the 1920s In the rainy evening gloom, a man's loud sobs echoed off the glass and concrete surfaces outside the Lycee Hotelier du Touquet, in northern France. If you didn't know better, you would have thought that this faceless sufferer, hidden away in an inner courtyard, had just subdued a heartrending breakup or the death of a loved one, so complete and uninhibited was his anguis...

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2018-11-29 16:23:25

Watch: Making Creamy and Oozy Flan-Flavored Paletas  

La Newyorkina's chef Fany Gerson experiments with turning creamy caramel flan into a frozen treat on a stick Few desserts are more synonymous with Latin cultures than flan — the caramel-topped custard served everywhere from Mexico and Cuba, to Puerto Rico and Chile. It's particularly one of the most popular sweets throughout Mexico in addition to the country's beloved paleta — Mexican-style ice pops. Fany Gerson, the chef and owner behind New York's Dough (a doughn...

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2018-11-29 16:18:50

San Francisco Has Two New Three-Michelin-Starred Restaurants  

Atelier Crenn and Single Thread earn Michelin's highest honor The San Francisco area just upped its three-Michelin-star count with two new three-star restaurants. Single Thread, the wine country tasting menu and inn, and chef Dominque Crenn's Atelier Crenn both have the maximum number of stars in the 2019 dining guide from the French tire company. Single Thread, in Healdsburg, California, opened in 2016 serving a Japanese and modernist tasting menu from chef Kyle Connaug...

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2018-11-29 15:25:34

Well, YouPorn Has Now Banned Starbucks From Its Offices  

Because Starbucks is blocking porn at its cafes Please try not to blush while reading this: Responding to a Starbucks plan to block porn sites, YouPorn has blocked Starbucks. "Following the news that Starbucks has blocked its customers from searching and viewing adult content within their establishments, YouPorn has updated their company policy banning all Starbucks products from its offices," reads a statement provided to Eater by the pornography website. YouPorn's new...

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2018-11-29 14:08:19

PBR Will Survive to Quench the Thirst of Budget-Minded Drinkers  

The affordable brand has settled its lawsuit with brewing partner MillerCoors Enthusiasts of cheap beer, who have been drinking a little more heavily to calm their nerves in the face of Pabst Blue Ribbon's potential demise, can now rest easy. The iconic budget-suds brand has reached a settlement with its brewing partner, MillerCoors, and will live on to quench the thirst of thrifty dive-bar patrons for the foreseeable future, reports the Washington Post. To recap: MillerCoo...

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2018-11-29 12:16:29

Watch the Trailer for the 'Nailed It!' Holiday Extravaganza   

Nicole Byer, Jacques Torres, and a bevy of celebrities will judge holiday cake disasters Netflix's hilarious baking show Nailed It! is returning for a six-episode holiday-themed season next week. A new trailer for the upcoming season features some of the weirdest cake fails of the entire show, including deformed animal cake pops and lopsided arctic igloo scenes. As always, the amateur bakers will compete in two challenges in each episode judged by chocolatier Jacques Torres ...

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2018-11-29 12:05:40

Watch: This California Ranch Is the Biggest Olive Oil Producer in the US  

Going from grove to bottle at California OIive Ranch in Corning Spain is producing about half the world's olive oil, but for the United States, most of its olive oil is coming from California Olive Ranch. The massive Corning, California ranch is the biggest producer of olive oil in the country, having managed to mainstream the production of harvesting olives for oil. Most European markets — among them Spain, Italy, and Portugal — are hand harvesting each olive, or shaking...

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2018-11-29 11:32:16

Considering the Edible Arrangement  

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2018-11-29 10:26:39

Sorry, You Can't Watch Porn at Starbucks  

Plus, how soybean farmers are dealing with Donald Trump's trade war, and more food news Starbucks will block porn on its free Wi-Fi Starbucks, the Seattle-based coffee giant with thousands of cafes where laptop-wielding hordes camp out for hours at a time, is kind enough to offer free public Wi-Fi. However, it is no longer kind enough to allow patrons to watch pornography over that free Wi-Fi. Sorry, horn dogs. Next year, according to the Verge, the company plans to introdu...

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2018-11-29 10:11:56

The Indomitable Jessica Largey  

After a prodigious rise to the peak of the industry, Jessica Largey burned out. Three years later, she's back with the long-awaited Simone, a restaurant that's trying to make restaurant culture better, one employee health plan at a time Three years ago, a casual observer would have looked at Jessica Largey and seen a chef with little left to prove. The James Beard Foundation had just crowned her Rising Star Chef of the Year for her work at Manresa, the three-Michelin-starre...

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2018-11-28 18:56:37

Being Named Thrillist's Best Burger in America Did Not Kill Stanich's  

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2018-11-28 17:25:29

Watch: Making Mochi Desserts at Morimoto with Master Pastry Chef Natsume Aoi  

Master pastry chef Natsume Aoi hand-wraps cookies with mochi at Morimoto in New York Mochi — pounded sticky rice — is most commonly seen in the US filled with ice cream and sold in the freezer section of a grocery store chain. Creating the traditional Japanese confectionary is a laborious process that many chefs rather not tackle; but pastry chef Natsume Aoi can't imagine doing a menu without it. "I think I'm one of the few that would even attempt to do a hand-wr...

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2018-11-28 13:22:51

Star Chef Edouardo Jordan's First Bar Is About to Open in Seattle  

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2018-11-28 12:57:08

How the Food Industry Uses Big Tobacco Tactics to Manipulate the Public  

Leaked documents have revealed companies like Coca-Cola suppress science to shape public opinion This story was originally published on Civil Eats. At a 2007 conference on the links between gum disease and diabetes, dentist Cristen Kearns was shocked to hear a keynote speaker describe Lipton Brisk sweet tea as a "healthy" drink. Knowing that the tea contained around 55 grams of sugar at the time, Kearns confronted him. "'There is no evidence linking sugar to chronic ...

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2018-11-28 10:59:48

Chick-fil-A Doesn't Want to Be Labeled as Anti-Gay  

Plus Starbucks's new seasonal latte either tastes like gin or a car air-freshener, depending on who you ask, and more food news Chick-fil-A: 'Please don't call us anti-gay' Chick-fil-A has responded to officials at Rider University, who nixed the fast-food chain as a potential on-campus dining options because of its anti-gay history. "Rider University's survey was recently brought to our attention, and while we respect the University's decision, this news story r...

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2018-11-28 09:22:07

The Definitive Guide to Tipping at Any Restaurant in America  

Start by making your default 20 percent It should be common knowledge that when dining out in America, you tip your server. Sure, tipping is inherently exploitative, but as long as tipped minimum wages exist, you don't get to opt out. But how much? People are eating out more and more at restaurants that fall outside of the full-service box, and it's not always entirely clear how they should adapt tips to these new dining styles. Plus, with the advent of Square and other mo...

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2018-11-27 16:32:36

NYC Politician Wants to Ban Cashless Restaurants  

City Council Member Ritchie J. Torres says the business model is classist and racist If New York City Council Member Ritchie J. Torres has his way, the growing trend of cashless restaurants — establishments that accept payment only in plastic and digital forms — will be snuffed out. Torres plans to introduce legislation before his fellow city council members that, if passed, would levy fines on any local businesses that refused to accept paper currency. "I started comin...

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2018-11-27 16:04:42

Fox News Downplays Pepper Spray as Akin to a Condiment. Again.   

"You could actually put it on your nachos and eat it."

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2018-11-27 15:42:55

How Mike Isabella's Restaurant Empire Came Crashing Down  

The lawsuits, closures, and alcohol abuse that felled one of D.C. dining's biggest names Washington D.C. chef Mike Isabella was once one of the biggest names in D.C. dining, but over the past year, the chef was embroiled in multiple lawsuits, closed several restaurants, and, ultimately, filed for bankruptcy. This week, the Washingtonian published an in-depth account of how too-rapid growth, a sexual harassment lawsuit that was later settled, and Isabella's own alcohol abuse...

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2018-11-27 14:11:34

5 Food TV Specials to Watch This Holiday Season  

Deck the halls with all your favorite chefs and food TV hosts Now that another Thanksgiving has come and gone, it's time for the yuletide television specials to start rolling across the airwaves. This year, a few of food TV's biggest stars are hosting one-off specials, and two cooking competition shows are returning for entire holiday-themed seasons. Here's a guide to five of the big winter-themed cooking shows to watch out for between now and the end of December. A...

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2018-11-27 13:42:52

Andrew Zimmern Issues Apology for Appropriation Comments  

"It was never my intention to set myself up as the arbiter of quality Chinese or Chinese-American food or culture." Chef/TV host/restaurateur Andrew Zimmern kicked off a shitstorm last week, following comments he made in a Fast Company interview that suggested his new Minneapolis restaurant Lucky Cricket would serve as a necessary interpreter of Chinese food for Midwesterners. "I think I'm saving the souls of all the people from having to dine at these horseshit restaur...

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2018-11-27 12:27:00

Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Tokyo  

French restaurant L'Osier brings the city's three-star venue total to 13 Today, Tokyo has a new three-Michelin-starred restaurant. French restaurant L'Osier is the latest fine dining establishment to earn the highest honor from the restaurant recommenders at the French tire company. And with the new three-star addition, Tokyo continues to have the most Michelin-starred restaurants in the world in the 2019 guide, with a total of 230 restaurants with Michelin stars. Altho...

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2018-11-27 10:37:45

Activist Chef José Andrés Nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize  

The restaurateur is being recognized for his work in Puerto Rico, where he fed millions of Americans after Hurricane Maria Chef, restaurateur, author, and activist Jose Andres has been nominated for a Nobel Peace Prize, the Washington Post confirms. Andres and his fledgling non-profit World Central Kitchen did more to feed the Americans of Puerto Rico after Hurricane Maria struck the island last September than any other single government or non-government agency. Under his...

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2018-11-27 10:33:53

E. Coli-Tainted Romaine Lettuce Traced to California Growing Regions  

Plus, a New Jersey university doesn't want Chick-fil-A on campus, and more food news FDA updates America's latest lettuce disaster The Food and Drug Administration has an update on the E. coli outbreak that resulted in a total recall of romaine lettuce. Investigators are still conducting their research, but they have determined the tainted greens were grown in northern and central California, and the agency now says romaine grown in other regions is safe to eat. Just check...

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2018-11-27 09:22:02

In Jakarta's Kalimati Alley, Chinese-Indonesian Flavors Thrive  

The street, a once-hopping hub for electronics, is now better known as a culinary destination Handi Renanta has worked in Jakarta's restaurant industry since 2009, but it wasn't until six years ago when he and his wife started their unnamed vegetarian restaurant on Jakarta's Kalimati Alley, part of Glodok, the city's Chinatown. At what he claims is the alley's only vegetarian restaurant, the Chinese-Indonesian Renanta — who runs the front of house, while his wife, w...

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2018-11-27 09:11:00

Lunch, Explained  

Everything you need to know, from sad desk lunches to Lunchables Lunch. What is it? We know it's a meal we shovel into our faces in the middle of the day, typically hunched over a laptop or, if we're lucky, at a restaurant. It's also a time when good sense gets left behind for expediency, a time when it's completely acceptable to eat sushi purchased from the same place you get your toilet paper and deodorant. And there are a dizzying number of types. There's early l...

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2018-11-26 11:40:54

David Chang's 'Ugly Delicious' Renewed for a Second Season on Netflix  

Get ready for more food crawls around the world's greatest dining cities Ugly Delicious, the popular food show from chef David Chang and filmmaker Morgan Neville, is getting picked up for a second season on Netflix. The Momofuku empire builder announced the news on Thanksgiving via an Instagram video of his mom, Sherri, who fans may remember from the "Home Cooking" episode of Ugly Delicious: View this post on Instagram Hap...

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2018-11-26 10:32:58

Starbucks Continues Its Italian Conquest With Two More Milan Locations  

Plus, all the details on Donald Trump's Thanksgiving meal, and more food news to kick off this post-holiday week Starbucks won't leave Italy alone Coffee-loving Italians were in an uproar when mass-market caffeine giant Starbucks opened its first out post in the country, but resistance is futile. After its Milan debut, the 'Bucks has opened two more cafes in the country, reports Quartz. The new locations, which came online last week, set up shop in the Milanese neighborh...

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2018-11-26 09:02:06

Why Kitschy Christmas Bars Are Everywhere This Year  

Cocktail bars across the globe are dressing themselves up in mistletoe, twinkly lights, and tinsel — and it's mostly for the 'gram The start of the holiday season seems to creep up every year, with some particularly overzealous department stores busting out the Christmas Muzak before Halloween has even passed. But for most reasonable humans, Christmas merriment begins the Friday after Thanksgiving — and this year, November 23 will see the launch of dozens upon dozens ...

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2018-11-25 11:48:55

39 Cookbooks to Snag With Black Friday Deals  

Ina Garten's Cook Like a Pro, Chrissy Teigen's Cravings, Ottolenghi Simple, and more covetable cookbooks that are on sale right now From cookbooks that tell a captivating story to ones that simply refresh your everyday routine, there's basically always an excuse to add a new one to your collection. Eater tracks cookbooks all year round, with 2018 guides to spring, summer, and fall. Below are standouts that, thanks to the shopping gods, happen to be on sale for Black Frida...

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2018-11-23 15:52:00

Watch: This Grill for Making Korean Barbecue at Home Won't Smoke Out Your Kitchen  

The Zaigle electric grill struggles get the right sear on pork belly and bulgogi New York chef and Kitchen Gadget Test Show host Esther Choi is thrilled about a gadget that could solve the clouds of smoke that fill her kitchen every time she tries to make Korean barbecue at home. "This guy is the newest and the hottest Korean barbecue at-home gadget," she says. For $175, the KBBQ Electric Grill from Zaigle means that you don't have to worry about your butane running out w...

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2018-11-23 13:57:45

Watch: The $1,300 Home Grill for Steakhouse Obsessives  

Testing out the Otto Wilde grill, a gadget backed by beloved meat purveyor Pat LaFrieda "Steakhouse hot, steakhouse fast," claims this bold kitchen gadget with a whopping $1300 price tag. The gadget in question is the award-winning (it won a Germain Design Award) Otto Wilde Steak Grill, which promises steakhouse-quality steak in your own home; a claim already attainable by other kitchen tools like, say, your trusty cast iron pan. The technology built into the Otto grill a...

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2018-11-21 13:16:06

The 24 Chefs of 'The Final Table': Everything You Need to Know  

The chefs on Netflix's culinary competition hail from 18 countries around the world Netflix's new culinary competition The Final Table features 24 acclaimed chefs from around the world, working in teams of two through a series of country-themed challenges. Only one of them will get to join the nine master chef/judges at the titular Final Table at the end of the show. A big part of the fun of watching the competition is seeing how these talented chefs work together and draw ...

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2018-11-21 11:09:07

Skip the Football and Listen to NPR's 'Turkey Confidential' This Thanksgiving  

Cookbook savant Francis Lam serves up holiday memories and last-minute cooking advice from beloved chefs and media personalities This Thursday, November 22, at 9 a.m., millions of Americans will switch on NBC to watch the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Then, at noon, once Santa Claus has wrapped things up with his ride past Central Park and down Sixth Avenue, the true Thanksgiving pros — those who are experts in consuming comforting holiday content — will tune their radi...

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2018-11-21 11:01:41

The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Buenos Aires  

Where to find cheesy empanadas, warm pão de quejo (Brazilian cheese bread), and prime Argentinian beef straight from the parilla in the Argentinian capital. Once again, Eater heads to Buenos Aires, Argentina, to discover the buzziest spots for eating and drinking. Offering her picks for the best the city has to offer right now is writer and Pick Up the Fork founder Allie Lazar. For decades, Argentina's economy has struggled with inflation, but when the exchange rate jumped...

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2018-11-21 10:46:37

Dominique Ansel Will Teach You How to Make Cronuts on 'MasterClass'  

Chipotle fires and then rehires a manger over a viral video, plus more news to start the day A Private Lesson From the Real Life Willy Wonka Cronut inventor and all-around dessert genius Dominique Ansel took a brief break from opening bakeries all over the world to film one of those online MasterClass seminars. This online-only cooking course features 17 lessons — each around 10 to 12 minutes long — on how to make classic French pastries like fruit tarts, bonbons, and cho...

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2018-11-21 10:35:15

5 Black Fridays at the Mall Food Court   

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2018-11-21 09:49:31

In the Wake of California's Wildfires, Bay Area Restaurant Workers Get Smoked Out  

Days before the holiday season, restaurants have closed early and sent staffers home as business drops "I didn't know what was before this year," says Joe Wolf, owner of San Francisco's Marla Bakery Restaurant. Since the smoke from the Camp Fire that's decimated Paradise, California reached San Francisco last week, it's become all anyone talks about. On Friday, the air quality index [AQI] reached 271 in the Bay Area, the worst in the state's history, sh...

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2018-11-21 09:02:00

Clare Smyth Brings a Mastery of English Cuisine to Netflix's 'The Final Table'   

The chef behind the acclaimed London restaurant Core appears on the new global culinary competition as a judge/mentor During the UK-themed episode of Netflix's culinary competition show The Final Table, Clare Smyth, one of London's most esteemed chefs, leads a challenge focusing on English peas. Here's everything you need to know about Smyth, one of the nine elders who also co-judges the show's final competition. Who is Clare Smyth? Clare Smyth is the chef and owner...

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2018-11-20 19:28:41

Why the Greedy Gourmands of 'Succession' and 'Billions' Are Obsessed With Ortolans  

The decadent poultry dish with the dark past recently popped up in two of TV's best dramas The men sit in the dark room — their heads shrouded, hidden from God. Before each of them sits a tiny delicacy easily concealed in the palm of a hand, victim of one of the cruelest and most unusual fates to await anything eaten by human beings. What they are about to do is unconscionable; gluttony at its most heedless and self-gratifying. It will also be the highlight of their lives a...

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2018-11-20 18:00:11

Why Does It Seem Like Everyone Is Getting Sick from Salad?  

Romaine lettuce is the latest item subject to a CDC safety alert, just two days before Thanksgiving Maybe salads aren't a healthy option after all: Romaine lettuce — as in, like all of it — is the latest leafy green subject to a food safety alert by the Centers for Disease Control, with a reported outbreak of E. coli stemming from the lettuce hitting just before Thanksgiving. Thus far, 32 illnesses have been reported in 11 states; 18 people have reportedly fallen ill in C...

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2018-11-20 17:17:05

A Guide to Netflix's 'The Final Table'  

Everything you need to know about the new global culinary spectacle The big draw of Netflix's culinary competition The Final Table is that nine of the world's greatest chefs — including Grant Achatz, Helena Rizzo, Yoshihiro Narisawa, and Anne-Sophie Pic — serve as judges in competitions based around the cuisines of their home countries. But the show has many more intriguing elements to keep viewers engaged throughout its 10-hour running time. For one thing, the chefs co...

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2018-11-20 17:14:20

'Bon Appetit' Veteran Andrew Knowlton Is the Suit-Wearing Host of Netflix's 'The Finale Table'   

After nearly two decades covering national food trends, the food writer goes Hollywood Only one person appears throughout all 10 episodes of Netflix's culinary spectacle The Final Table: Andrew Knowlton, the show's energetic, sharply dressed master of ceremonies. Here's everything you need to know about the food writer-turned-TV Who is Andrew Knowlton? Before coming to The Final Table, Andrew Knowlton spent 18 years working for Bon Ap...

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2018-11-20 17:12:39

Anne-Sophie Pic Brings a Vast Knowledge of French Cuisine to 'The Final Table'   

The French celebrity chef is one of nine culinary masters overseeing the action on Netflix's new cooking show There's arguably no better person to judge the France-themed episode of The Final Table than Anne-Sophie Pic, a chef who was born into a pedigreed restaurant family and blazed her own trail in the culinary world. Here's everything you need to know bout the celebrity chef who's serving as a judge/mentor along with eight other titans of the kitchen on Netflix's...

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2018-11-20 17:10:43

São Paulo Superstar Helena Rizzo Is the Brazilian Authority on 'The Final Table'  

The chef blends Brazilian and European techniques at her celebrated restaurant Maní Helena Rizzo is one of the younger chefs to be featured in Netflix's new culinary competition The Final Table, and she's the show's only culinary professional hailing from South America. Here's everything you need to know about the Brazilian chef. Who is Helena Rizzo? Rizzo is the chef and co-owner of Maní in São Paulo, Brazil. Her work earned the recognition of being named "Best ...

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2018-11-20 17:09:15

Chicago Trailblazer Grant Achatz Represents the US on 'The Final Table'   

The chef behind Alinea and Next is the American culinary expert on Netflix's cooking competition show On Netflix's new culinary competition series The Final Table, Chicago chef Grant Achatz represents America at the titular table, where nine of the world's culinary masters sit. Here's everything you need to know about the influential chef and his storied career. Who is Grant Achatz? Achatz is chef and partner at lauded fine dining establishments Alinea and Next, the ...

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2018-11-20 17:08:27

Empire-Building Chef Vineet Bhatia Is the Indian Cuisine Expert on 'The Final Table'   

The chef has explored Indian food from a number of different angles at his stable of restaurants around the world Vineet Bhatia is one of the older restaurant veterans on Netflix's new culinary competition, The Final Table. A native of India, he has spent the last two decades opening acclaimed Indian restaurants in several big cities. Here's everything you need to know about Bhatia before tuning in to The Final Table. Who is Vineet Bhatia? Bhatia operates restaurants arou...

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2018-11-20 17:07:51

Carlo Cracco Is The Final Table's Master of Italian Cuisine   

Everything you need to know about the Italian chef featured on Netflix's new culinary competition series As one of the elder chefs on Netflix's new culinary competition show The Final Table, Carlo Cracco draws upon his deep knowledge of Italian food to instruct the contestants and judge their versions of his homeland's cuisine. Here's everything you need to know about the Italian chef at The Final Table: Who is Carlo Cracco? Cracco is the chef/proprietor an acclaim...

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2018-11-20 17:06:40

Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Belgium and Luxembourg   

Just one restaurant on the list has three-Michelin stars Today, Michelin revealed its 2019 starred restaurant selections for Belgium and Luxembourg. Once again, the tire company behind the dining guides has added three new two-star restaurants to the list. This year, they include La Paix in Anderlecht, Belgium; La Table de Maxime in Our, Belgium; and Ma Langue Sourit in Luxembourg. There are also seven new one-star restaurants on the list this year, six in Belgium and one in

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2018-11-20 10:31:17

Joke's on You, Kids: You Can Actually Microwave a Turkey  

Plus, Thanksgiving-leftovers pizza could be the new Thanksgiving-leftovers sandwich, and more food news You can microwave a turkey, after all Well, well, well. All the youths thought they were having a good laugh at their moms' expense by asking how to microwave a Thanksgiving turkey. The mothers freaked out about the bad idea, and the pranksters posted images of the resulting text conversations on social media. And it wasn't just moms who were victims of this joke: Even M...

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2018-11-20 10:20:25

Watch: How a Michelin-Starred Restaurant Makes an Ice Cream Sundae  

At Gramercy Tavern, pastry chef Miro Uskokovic doesn't use a single granule of white sugar in his desserts Sundaes are rarely ever bad. And when Miro Uskokovic is the pastry chef behind assembling an ice cream sundae, it's easily going to be memorable. Uskokovic offers an apple sundae at Gramercy Tavern in New York, layering hickory ice cream, apple compote, toffee sauce, and apple carob cake. What's also notable about Uskokovic's sundae is that the chef is only using a...

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2018-11-20 09:32:03

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