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Watch: Marcus Samuelsson Seeks Out the Ethiopian Flavors of D.C.  

The chef eats the foods from the country of his birth: injera, wot, and kitfo For the final episode of No Passport Required, chef and host Marcus Samuelsson heads to Washington, DC, where he talks with people in the capital city's large Ethiopian community to learn more about his own heritage. Samuelsson was born in Ethiopia and lived in the country until he was 4. In "D.C.," he talks with Ethiopian chefs, business owners, scientists, and others; he discusses his own rela...

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2018-08-14 18:47:45



'Top Chef' Alum John Tesar Will Bring West Coast Surf and Turf to Southern California  



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2018-08-14 18:11:56



Good Tippers Mobilize Around 'Tip the Bill' Hashtag Challenge  

The internet finally coughs up a good meme Often a source of misery and frustration in 2018, the internet has provided a rare morsel of good news in meme form. It's called the #tipthebillchallenge, and it encourages diners to post 100 percent gratuity on their restaurant checks, or, to "tip the bill." This is nice. Diners across America are posting proof of their good deeds on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter, and their joy offers a nice social media break from posts ab...

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2018-08-14 17:04:42



Watch: The Portuguese Chicken Shack Montreal Can't Get Enough of  

Dining on a Dime heads to Ma Poule Mouillee for piri-piri-soaked chicken and poutine I'm not sure Dining on a Dime has ever visited a place like Ma Poule Mouillee. This place absolutely cranks; it prints Portuguese-style chicken like the Bureau of Engraving and Printing spits out dollar bills; The line goes out the door onto a block of Montreal's Plateau-Mont-Royal neighborhood. It's all a testament to the quality of the roast chicken here, which comes with a spicy sau...

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2018-08-14 16:01:13



Bad-Idea Sandwich Smashes Bacon and Cheese Between Fried Lobster Tails  

A London restaurant is serving the $62 middle finger to crustaceans There is a restaurant in London called Burger & Lobster. Can you guess what it serves? Yes, burgers and lobsters. Notably, the establishment's menu includes something called a "Double Drown," which is a bacon-and-cheese sandwich with two battered-and-fried lobster tails replacing the bun. Food Insider shared the abomination with the world on Twitter Tuesday afternoon. Inebriated diners, beware: the ...

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2018-08-14 14:56:56



'Chopped' Judge Scott Conant Closed Last Remaining NYC Restaurant  



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2018-08-14 14:50:35



Gerard Craft's Newest Restaurant Brings South American Food to the Four Seasons  

Cinder House is the latest restaurant from the St. Louis empire builder Hitmaker Gerard Craft is adding a new restaurant to his St. Louis empire. The chef at the head of Niche Food Group has steadily opened a roster of successful French and Italian restaurants in the area for the past decade, but his latest, Cinder House, will serve South American food at the Four Seasons hotel. At Cinder House, Craft wants to create an accessible restaurant in the heart of downtown St. Louis

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2018-08-14 11:20:42



Andrew Zimmern Will Sample America's Best Meals on Wheels on 'Big Food Truck Tip''  

The host will give $10,000 to one operator in each episode to help them grow their business Walking, talking food encyclopedia Andrew Zimmern has a new show coming to the Food Network this fall that will shine the spotlight on hard-working food truck operators across America. Each episode of Big Food Truck Tip will feature Zimmern visiting one city to see how three local restaurateurs operate their mobile kitchens. One lucky food truck vendor in each episode will receive a $10

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2018-08-14 10:26:00



McDonald's Boldly Brings Bacon and Sausage Together on a French Toast McGriddle  

Plus, Omarosa Manigault Newman's favorite restaurant is inside an airport in Florida, and more food news McDonald's has been serving McGriddles — breakfast sandwiches with two little pancakes for buns — for years, and now the chain is taking its sweet-and-savory morning item to a higher level. Mickey D's has introduced the French toast McGriddle for a test run at some 200 locations in Minnesota. Not only does this dish innovate by tucking the fillings inside two sli...

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2018-08-13 17:00:02



Watch: Has This Toronto Bar Improved on the Big Mac?  

K-Town visits Odd Seoul to try the burger topped with kimchi hollandaise Koreans have always taken their love of familiar flavors to dishes where they live and sometimes that means using kimchi on things like poutine and burgers. For Leeto Han — a Korean-American who spent formative years in Philadelphia — it also means taking classic sandwiches like cheesesteaks and employing marinated bulgogi. Han's restaurant Odd Seoul is located in a trendy part of Toronto, and it pa...

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2018-08-13 15:32:36



Can We Just Cut the Dirty Talk in Restaurants?  

From the Editor: What happens when abuse isn't physical? This post originally appeared on August 11, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. Where is the line? That is a question many in the restaurant industry have asked themselves, and one another, over the past few months, as more stories of sexual misconduct and alleged bad actors emerged. ...

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2018-08-13 14:28:56



Chef Marcus Samuelsson on the Politics and Theatrics of Restaurants  

The chef and TV host visits the Eater Upsell On the latest episode of the Eater Upsell podcast, we talk to restaurateur, chef, and TV host Marcus Samuelsson, who we hosted live in our Eater Test Kitchen in Soho, New York. Samuelsson discusses his new show with PBS and Eater, No Passport Required, the legacy of Anthony Bourdain, how he balances a more personal restaurant like the Red Rooster with a collection of airport properties, and why he thinks restaurants should be (and al

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2018-08-13 10:41:32



Pia León Steps Into the Spotlight With Kjolle  

The longtime co-chef of Central is focusing on her own vision at her new Lima restaurant Pia León waited a long time for this weekend. On Friday, August 10th, the chef welcomed the first guests into Kjolle, her brand new restaurant in Lima. "It has been four years since I started considering having a place where I could state my view in the kitchen," she said a few days before the opening. Since 2009, León has co-piloted Central, the altitude-inspired restaurant known fo...

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2018-08-13 10:38:50



Pumpkin Spice Cookie Straws Turn Any Starbucks Drink Into a PSL  

Plus, McDonald's has a new location in Chicago that looks like an Apple store, and more food news to begin the week Pumpkin spice latte news and straw news have finally converged into one story. When PSLs return to Starbucks (possibly later this month) customers can sip them through PSL-flavored cookie straws, reports ABC 6 in Seattle. The edible beverage accessories are now available in grocery stores at $6.99 for a package of 20. Here is a story about Henry Winkler, ...

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2018-08-13 10:10:38



Jeff Sessions Ate at Two Mexican Restaurants on Day He Gave Speech on Immigration  

El Tiempo Cantina's photo with the politician caused an uproar Attorney General Jeff Sessions, a man who supported separating parents from their children at the U.S.-Mexico border, dined at two Mexican restaurants on Friday, the same day he gave a speech about unchecked immigration in Houston. First, he had huevos rancheros at La Mexicana, according to the Chronicle. Then, for dinner, he had fajitas at El Tiempo Cantina. After chatting with El Tiempo Cantina's co-owner and...

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2018-08-13 09:14:02



The Surprising Tool Curtis Stone Uses to Clean His Grill  

You can get it for $5 at any hardware store Curtis Stone knows his way around a barbecue. The Australian chef and television personality got his start with the show Surfing the Menu, in which he cooked over many an outdoor grill. Now he juggles TV work with two LA restaurants, including restaurant-slash-butcher-shop Gwen, where meat is cooked on an open fire grill all night long. While you might expect the Gwen staff to use a fancy grill brush to clean burnt goop off the grate

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2018-08-12 19:41:17



Watch: This Chef Left Japan's Best Sushi Restaurant to Open in New York  

Shion Uino is now running his own omakase menu at Sushi Amane "I don't think I'm a prodigy," admits Shion Uino. "Getting this much recognition, I think has a lot less to do with me." Instead, the humble, young sushi chef credits all success to his many surroundings: his upbringing, his parents, his customers, and his mentor, Takashi Saito. Uino worked under Saito — sometimes known as Japan's "sushi god" — at the lauded chef's three Michelin-starred res...

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2018-08-11 09:12:01



'Tampopo' Is the Ultimate Cult Classic Food Film   

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on August 10, 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. If you're one of the lucky people who gets a "summer Friday," you may be reading this on a car, train, or jitney bound for the beach. And if sum...

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2018-08-10 19:55:37



What the New York Times California Critic Means For West Coast Dining  

The paper's appointment of critic Tejal Rao should be a wake-up call for the state's food media In case you hadn't noticed, California's food is having a moment. Whether this is part of a cycle of obsession and pointed indifference on the part of the food world or a true sea change in how the national, largely New York-based media centers the story of American dining culture remains to be seen, but California's culinary excellence is now unignorable. And why shouldn...

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2018-08-10 18:12:21



Voodoo Doughnut Gets Sucked Into Outrageous Far-Right Conspiracy Theory   

This preposterous conceit connects the shop to #PizzaGate Wildly popular Portland, Oregon, pastry shop Voodoo Doughnut is being targeted by right wing conspiracy theorists who are convinced that the shop is somehow connected to a child sex trafficking ring. This preposterous conceit stems from a fellow named Michael Whelan — AKA Vegan Mikey — who appeared on the YouTube channel Lift the Veil last weekend claiming that he attended a party at the house of Voodoo owner Tres ...

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2018-08-10 17:44:37



Bill Murray Dumped Water on a Photographer at a Martha's Vineyard Restaurant  

The actor also allegedly shoved and threatened him Bar-hopping grandpa Bill Murray is once again in the spotlight for losing his cool with a photographer. The Caddyshack actor and restaurateur was allegedly involved in a confrontation this week with a photographer at a Martha's Vineyard restaurant called Lola's. The photographer Peter Simon (who also happens to be singer Carly Simon's brother) claims Murray shoved him, threatened him, and dumped a glass of water in on his...

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2018-08-10 13:46:12



Chefs Can't Stop Making Bougie Deviled Eggs  

How the dish went from potluck food to fancy small plates Deviled eggs with caviar and white truffles. Smoked deviled eggs with smoked salmon. Pickled deviled eggs with uni. Fancified versions of deviled eggs, once a cocktail party and potluck staple in the U.S., are now a requisite dish on the menus of some of America's most popular restaurants. At some point, the relatively unfussy food made the leap onto restaurant menus, and now it's became a canvas for chefs to show of...

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2018-08-10 11:11:00



The New York Times Names Tejal Rao as Its First California Restaurant Critic  

Rao will head west this fall Further expanding its coverage of the Golden State, the New York Times has named James Beard Award-winning reporter and columnist Tejal Rao as its first official California restaurant critic. Times food editor Sam Sifton made the announcement on Twitter Friday morning. In a press release, he calls the new position "a perfect beat for Tejal," who will be based in Los Angeles and is expected to begin this fall. "Tejal will review restaurants and...

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2018-08-10 10:58:10



Why Food Can't Fill the Holes in BoJack Horseman's Broken World  

Dining adds depth to Netflix's most intricately detailed show  A horse walks into a bar. The barman is a pelican. He takes the whiskey under his wing, then starts pouring it, asking the horse to say "when." The glass overflows, and whiskey floods the bar, running onto the floor in an amber torrent. The horse finally says "when." There is no punchline. The horse is BoJack Horseman (voiced by Will Arnett), of BoJack Horseman, the Netflix smash hit created by illus...

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2018-08-10 10:27:58



Chipotle Hopes Bacon-Topped Burrito Bowls Will Bring Customers Back  

Plus, the trailer for Season 2 of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has arrived, and more food news to end the week It seems Chipotle has learned something from Steve Buscemi's celery agent in Portlandia. The burrito chain is dealing with the fallout from yet another foodborne-illness outbreak, so to get back in everyone's good graces, Chipotle is adding bacon to its menu. The chain has announced a Southern California test run for America's favorite crispy pork garnish, which c...

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2018-08-10 09:27:02



NYC Restaurateur Thomas Carter Steps Away From Restaurants in Light of Misconduct Allegations   



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2018-08-09 16:08:56



Thomas Carter Steps Away from Restaurants Where He Allegedly Instilled 'Culture of Fear'   



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2018-08-09 16:08:56



Restaurateur Created a 'Culture of Fear' at NYC Hit Estela, Staffers Say  



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2018-08-09 14:35:55



The Chef Duo Creating a Mini Milwaukee Empire  

Amid a rare diagnosis and growing restaurant scene, Dan Jacobs and Dan Van Rite mark their fourth opening in two years Chefs Dan Jacobs and Dan Van Rite haven't been working together for long, but since they teamed up, they've proven that they're better together with a series of hit Milwaukee restaurants. In 2016, they opened their first restaurant together, the aptly named Chinese restaurant Dandan. They followed it up with restaurant within a restaurant Esterev, and las...

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2018-08-09 13:39:46



Watch: How Does a $100 Blender Stack Up Against a $600 Version?  

Is the chef-backed Vitamix really worth the hype? Before the KitchenAid stand mixer had its time, a blender was the one constant on a home kitchen's countertop. Your average blender has been used to make everything from milkshakes and soups, to salad dressings, smoothies, hummus, and plenty others; which is why it's among the personal favorites for Kitchen Gadgets host Esther Choi — who is testing four different blenders in this episode. Gathering a wide range from high...

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2018-08-09 11:30:02



A Brief History of Conservatives Owning the Libs With Food  

From using plastic straws to pouring their own cereal in the toilet In 2018, plastic straws went from being banal beverage accessories, barely an afterthought for many people, to the subject of almost daily headlines. Once they're discarded after a single use, plastic straws take on a second, immortal life as pollution in the oceans. Bowing to pressure from environmentalists, corporate giants are phasing out the skinny little tubes from their operations, and left-leaning muni...

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2018-08-09 11:00:02



Come for the Tasting Menu, Come Back for the Bar  

The fine dining restaurants that are home to destination-worthy drinking dens The bar at Eleven Madison Park is humming on a Wednesday night as the sun fades behind the skyscrapers of lower Manhattan and commuters dart across Madison Avenue on their way to the subway. The eight bar stools are all occupied, as are most of the low tables. The lounge feels like a subdued speakeasy, decked out in grays and taupes, a place to bring your cocktail-nerd friend to have drinks made with

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2018-08-09 10:33:15



Starbucks Is Angling for the Wellness Crowd With a New Line of Kombucha  

Plus, Queer Eye merchandise is coming, and more food news Starbucks is wading into the fermented-tea waters. The Seattle-based coffee giant has announced its own line of kombucha, offering six flavors under the Evolution Fresh label. The bottled beverages, available at grocery stores and markets, will initially launch in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle, and New York City. A broad release across America is expected next spring. Starbucks acquire

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2018-08-09 09:24:07



Thomas Keller Debuts His First Florida Restaurant   

The Surf Club Restaurant by Chef Thomas Keller is open now

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2018-08-09 07:32:01



Shake Shack Is Bringing Cashless Kiosks to Even More Locations   

The burger chain is using automation to cope with higher minimum wages Nearly a year after Shake Shack dropped its first cashless kiosk in a Manhattan restaurant, the company is beginning to grow its electronic ordering systems to more locations. In a second quarter earnings call last week, CEO Randy Garutti confirmed that the fast-casual burger chain is expanding its experiment with cashierless ordering to more stores with a focus on markets like the Bay Area and Seattle with

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2018-08-08 14:23:18



Joël Robuchon's Legacy Explained in Eight Dishes  

The world's most Michelin-starred chef will be remembered for more than his mashed potatoes On August 3, 2005, at 9:57 a.m., with the summer sun high in the sky, I walked through the front door of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Paris's 7th arrondissement, my knife kit slung over my right shoulder. I approached the first person I saw — a lanky young man in a chefs' coat, peering into a low refrigerator — and summoned my college French: "Excusez-moi, où est le chef...

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2018-08-08 13:06:23



Joël Robuchon's Legacy Explained in Eight Dishes  

The world's most Michelin-starred chef will be remembered for more than his mashed potatoes On August 3, 2005, at 9:57 a.m., with the summer sun high in the sky, I walked through the front door of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Paris's 7th arrondissement, my knife kit slung over my right shoulder. I approached the first person I saw — a lanky young man in a chefs' coat, peering into a low refrigerator — and summoned my college French: "Excusez-moi, où est le chef...

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2018-08-08 13:06:23



Joël Robuchon's Legacy Explained in Eight Dishes  

The world's most Michelin-starred chef will be remembered for more than his mashed potatoes On August 3, 2005, at 9:57 a.m., with the summer sun high in the sky, I walked through the front door of L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon in Paris's 7th arrondissement, my knife kit slung over my right shoulder. I approached the first person I saw — a lanky young man in a chefs' coat, peering into a low refrigerator — and summoned my college French: "Excusez-moi, où est le chef...

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2018-08-08 13:06:23



Jack in the Box Catches Heat Over Innuendo-Laden Teriyaki Bowl Ad   

The chain takes a big step backwards with this new commercial Jack in the Box, the fast food chain that dares to serve chicken fajita pitas alongside egg rolls, is being criticized by media-watchers over a new commercial for its teriyaki bowls that's laden with inane sexual innuendoes. The commercial begins with the chain's mascot, Jack, explaining, "While other burger places serve the same old stuff, I'm the one with the bowls to serve something different." His st...

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2018-08-08 10:19:38



The Pumpkin Spice Latte May Make Its Triumphant Return to Starbucks This Month  

Plus, Papa John's sales took a big hit in the wake of recent scandals, and more food news At the end of August, much of America will still be experiencing scorching temperatures, but that doesn't mean Starbucks can't shove a little fall down our throats. Business Insider expects the chain's famous Pumpkin Spice Lattes to return on August 28. 'Bucks cafes are already receiving the necessary supplies required to make the seasonal beverage. It's not pudding, it's ...

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2018-08-08 09:06:27



NYT Critic Pete Wells Gives Friendly Advice and Two Stars to Teen Chef Flynn McGarry   



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2018-08-07 20:52:42



Watch: Marcus Samuelsson Eats His Way Through Miami's Haitian Restaurants and Homes  

The chef takes a tour of Little Haiti, where he tries griot, pate kode, soursop ice cream, and more This week on No Passport Required, chef Marcus Samuelsson visits Miami, where he spends time with the city's Haitian community. Samuelsson eats pate kode, fried pork called griot served with pickliz, black mushroom rice, and tropical ice cream in flavors like soursop and passion fruit. He talks with chefs, journalists, business owners, artists, home cooks, and others who teach...

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2018-08-07 16:53:41



Watch: Montreal Is a Bagel Town to Rival NYC  

Sampling the chewy, seeded bagels at St-Viateur For the inaugural episode of Dining on a Dime: Montreal, I'm heading to one of Montreal's most beloved institutions, which also lends itself to a giant point of contention between Montrealers and New Yorkers. Both cities are extraordinarily proud of their bagels, and while there's enough debate around New York to last centuries, Montreal is easily devoted to St-Viateur. The small storefront on Rue Saint Viateur is pumping ba...

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2018-08-07 14:40:33



Burger King Agrees to Play Toto's 'Africa' on Repeat in London Location    

The people have spoken, and they want more Toto Every year or so, the citizens of the internet get obsessed with some corny old song and spin it off into a series of memes. "Never Gonna Give You Up," started the trend a decade ago, and both "All Star" and "Smooth" got the full meme-overload treatment in recent years. And now, the internet pranksters have decided that Toto's schlocky 1982 ballad "Africa" is the funny song of 2018. Perhaps inspired by the popu...

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2018-08-07 10:24:54



More Than 700 Sick Due to Chipotle Foodborne Illness Outbreak in Ohio  

Plus, Jason Alexander is the new celebrity Colonel Sanders, and more food news Chipotle's latest food-safety nightmare is getting worse. More than 700 people are blaming the burrito chain for their illnesses, reports the Dayton Daily News. Tests for salmonella, shigella, E. coli, and norovirus have come back negative, and the reason why diners have been getting sick remains unknown. Another lawsuit related to the foodborne-illness outbreak has been filed against the compa...

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2018-08-06 17:25:24



Starbucks Knows How Much You Long for Fall  

The chain is launching an online community for autumn enthusiasts After a truly awful spring and summer, Starbucks is urging customers to start thinking about the fall. In a clever new social media campaign, the coffee titan invites guests to join a Facebook group called the Leaf Rakers Society, which is a hub for people who want to "constructively work together with Mother Nature to help Autumn arrive earlier in the calendar year." It's also a place for "year-round sc...

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2018-08-06 16:16:38



The 10 Best Food Stories of July  

An activated charcoal festival, Guy Fieri's epic month, Gordon Ramsay's weird new show, and more On the latest episode of the Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the biggest food stories of July. We first wonder, which is the silliest real life activation: a charcoal food festival, a cheat day museum, or a multi channel water experience? We then discuss Papa John's controversial, the retirement of SF Chronicle critic Michael Bauer, and an educational moment for a vegan at Su...

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2018-08-06 14:12:36



It Looks Like Matt McCallister Is Planning a New Neighborhood Restaurant In Dallas  

It's called Homewood

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2018-08-06 12:49:20



Michelin Mourns Loss of Joël Robuchon, Its Most-Starred Chef  

The dining guide paid tribute to the "extraordinary chef who revolutionized French cuisine" French chef Joël Robuchon died today at age 73. Over three-plus decades, Robuchon built a restaurant empire that spans three continents and earned renown in the culinary world for his "cuisine moderne." His industry peers and admirers are paying tribute to an influential icon, and among the outpouring of remembrances, French dining guide Michelin released a statement to acknowle...

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2018-08-06 11:59:05



Loathed Start-Up 'Bodega' Changes Name to 'Stockwell'  

Same insufferable company, but with a less tone-deaf name Last fall, the citizens of the internet collectively rolled their eyes upon learning that a few Silicon Valley bros had started a fancy vending machine company called Bodega. Obviously, there's no way that a smartphone-activated file cabinet full of chips could replace a corner store operated by real humans, and some people found the concept to be utterly offensive. The backlash was so swift that the company's founde...

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2018-08-06 10:10:48



The World Reacts to the Death of Joël Robuchon   

The legendary French chef died today at age 73 Legendary French chef Joël Robuchon has died at the age of 73, following a long battle with cancer. Robuchon, named "chef of the century" by French restaurant guide Gault Millau in 1989, was the most decorated in Michelin history. At one time his international portfolio held 32 Michelin stars, and according to a statement from Michelin, his restaurants currently have 24 stars across 10 cities. He was the mentor to a host of ...

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2018-08-06 08:11:12



French Chef Joël Robuchon Has Died  

The influential restaurateur held 32 Michelin stars across 13 countries

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2018-08-06 08:02:02



The Primal Pleasure and Brutal History of Sugar  

How a taste for sweetness, developed for survival, became a stand-in for everything good — and evil — about our culture In a romantic oil painting by Will Cotton, Katy Perry lies naked on a cotton candy cloud, a whisper of pink spun sugar draped over her butt. The landscape bulges and billows with emphatic softness, dominating the painting except for a hint of blue sky. Perry offers a look both languid and post-orgasmic, lips parted, her hair nostalgically curled like a 195...

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2018-08-04 09:12:02



'Eat. Race. Win.' Is the Sports Show for Food Lovers (Who Don't Like Sports)  

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on August 3, 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, a time to close some tabs and start planning what you're going to watch on TV this weekend. Here are recommendations for two shows and one movie to c...

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2018-08-03 16:19:59



Watch: The Master Pizzaiolo Serving Japan's Best Pies  

Susumu Kakinuma puts his spin on classic Neapolitan pies "In both pizza and music, rhythm is the most crucial," according to pizzaiolo Susumu Kakinuma. "You can't make good pizza or play good music without the correct rhythm, so for me pizza and music are one and the same." Kakinuma is Tokyo's most famous pizza maker, credited for starting the Neapolitan pizza movement in Japan and serving the pies people travel all over the world for. At Seirinkan — his 23-year...

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2018-08-03 13:11:41



Jerry Seinfeld Is Dropping Joke Reviews of the Diners From 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'   

The comedian flexes his online reviewing muscle During a typical episode of Jerry Seinfeld's Netflix show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, the conversation might cover subjects like marriage, show business, and the art of wasting time, but the sitcom/stand-up legend rarely says very much about the restaurants that he brings his celebrity friends to. That's all changing now, though, because as a surprise for the Comedians mega-fans out there, Seinfeld is finally sharing his...

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2018-08-03 12:15:02



Charleston Without Sean Brock  

The chef transformed the city's restaurant scene. Now he's leaving it behind. When a young, bare-armed chef named Sean Brock took over Charleston fine dining restaurant McCrady's in the spring of 2006, the small Southern town was nothing like the cosmopolitan city seen on Southern Charm and in-flight magazines today. Above Calhoun Street were boarded-up storefronts, and many downtown restaurants served the same tired menu of crab cakes, she-crab soup, and stuffed flounder...

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2018-08-03 10:35:37



Albert Adrià Is Opening a Cake Shop in London   

Cake & Bubbles will be his first restaurant outside of Spain

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2018-08-03 10:18:56



Shake Shack Is the Latest Big Chain to Ditch Plastic Straws  

Plus, Papa John's is trying to make everyone forget about Papa John, and more food news to close out the week It's been a few days since there has been a major plastic-straw headline, but the wait is over. Shake Shack, Danny Meyer's celebrated and rapidly expanding New York-based burger chain, is doing away with the beverage accessories, reports CNBC. The company is fast-tracking this project and aims to have all plastic straws removed from its operations by the first ...

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2018-08-03 09:32:00



What It's Like to Carry Around a Reusable Straw  

How early adopters are faring in the war against plastic straws Cardi B produced the song of the summer, pickle might be the flavor of moment, and without a doubt ending plastic straw use is the cause of summer 2018. Celebrities made a fuss, but it wasn't until Starbucks announced it would nix straws from its stores that the movement really caught on. Now that plastic straws seem to be going the way of the printed newspaper, how will cold brew fans sip their iced coffee? T...

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2018-08-02 15:48:23



Ben Affleck and Matt Damon Are Making a McDonald's Monopoly Crime Ring Movie  

The duo was tapped to create a movie about the scam that came to light only five days ago Last weekend, the Daily Beast relayed the tale of an organized crime ring that defrauded McDonald's out of millions of dollars by rigging its annual Monopoly promotion. The story was so wild, plans to make it into a Hollywood blockbuster are already in motion, reports Deadline. The Daily Beast's article begins in Rhode Island, so in accordance with United States law pertaining to films...

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2018-08-02 15:07:48



Watch: Why Does Toronto Love Korean Pork Neck Stew So Much?  

The Canadian city has an almost universal love for gamjatang Toronto is full of its own unique culinary styles and trends, and one of them is the near-universal love for a Korean dish called gamjatang. A popular late night dish and hangover cure, gamjatang has swept across the Canadian metropolis with restaurants everywhere serving this classic Korean comfort bowl. Why exactly is gamjatang more popular here than perhaps even Korea? The answer might be twofold. First, it's a...

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2018-08-02 12:48:28



Watch: Do You Need a Toaster for Just Grilled Cheese?  

Kitchen Gadgets tests out a unitasker that could replace making sandwiches in a skillet Among the wild and hyper-specific tools we've tested on Kitchen Gadgets, a bright yellow toaster that only makes grilled cheese is one of the most niche. The $20 Grilled Cheese Toaster from Nostalgia promises to make two grilled cheese sandwiches simultaneously, and within five minutes. As always, host Esther Choi is highly skeptical about the big promises made by a tiny kitchen gadget, b...

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2018-08-02 11:31:39



Getting Into Tokyo's Top Restaurants Is Harder Than Ever  

Strict members-only policies, limited seating, and favoritism for regular customers can make it near-impossible to get a table "In regards to your request for Sushi Sawada, we sincerely apologize..." began the message from the concierge. I had requested a table at chef Koji Sawada's two-Michelin-starred sushi restaurant more than four months in advance — plenty of time I thought, even for an elusive seat in the seven-stool space. But Sushi Sawada no longer takes reserva...

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2018-08-02 10:35:20



Papa John's Taps the Man Who Inspired Ari From 'Entourage' to Save Its Image  

Plus, Americans now prefer cocktails over beer, and more food news Mass-market pizza chain Papa John's has a bad reputation these days. The company figures hiring a guy who inspired a sleazeball character on a sleazeball television show will turn things around. PJ's is tasking the ad agency owned by Ari Emanuel, the inspiration for Ari Gold on HBO's Entourage, to turn its image around, reports CNN Money. An ingenious moocher tells Vice about his exploits visiting fanc...

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2018-08-02 10:26:51



Chipotle Slapped With Lawsuits Following Ohio Foodborne Illness Outbreak  

Nearly 400 people have reported falling ill Days after hundreds of people reported falling ill after eating at a Chipotle Mexican Grill in Ohio, the burrito chain is facing several lawsuits. Authorities have not yet confirmed the exact source of the outbreak, but Chipotle did close the location in question on Monday, per a spokesperson, "out of an abundance of caution." Nearly 400 people have reported that they became sick and/or sought medical care after eating at a Powell...

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2018-08-02 09:43:40



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

Not even Trader Joe's wraps are safe Maybe salads aren't a healthy option after all: Trader Joe's salads and wraps, along with those from Kroger and Walgreens are the latest food products to get flagged by the U.S. Department of Agriculture for possible contamination by Cyclospora — a delicious little intestinal parasite. It's the most recent outbreak in this summer's round of food safety alerts tied to parasites, having already caused McDonald's to halt selling s...

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2018-08-01 17:08:05



Food TV and Movies Coming to Netflix and Hulu This August  

A guide to food-focused new arrivals coming to the streaming platforms this month August has arrived, which means a new crop of food shows and movies will soon be available for streaming on the major platforms. On Hulu, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, one of the great restaurant documentaries of its time, arrives Thursday, August 23. The 2011 film introduced gourmands around the world to Jiro Ono, who is widely considered to be the best sushi chef on the planet. His eponymous Tokyo res

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2018-08-01 14:44:31



The 38 Essential Osaka Restaurants  

Where to find fancy Japanese steaks, loaded okonomiyaki, chewy udon, and fluffy Dojima roll cake in Japan's second-largest city Japan's second-largest city has long been nicknamed "the Nation's Kitchen," so it's natural that its biggest draw is the cooking. Food is in Osaka's blood — "kuidaore," loosely meaning "eat yourself to ruin," is a favorite motto and pastime. Osaka and its charm tend toward the downmarket, but fine dining gems also draw hungry fa...

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2018-08-01 10:34:26



Trader Joe's and Kroger Salads Are Being Recalled Because of an Intestinal Parasite  

Plus, Donald Trump thinks ID is required to purchase groceries, and more food news Bad news for Trader Joe's, Kroger, and Walgreens: A selection of salads and wraps sold by the grocery chains are being recalled due to possible contamination with an intestinal parasite, reports USA Today. Symptoms from the parasite, officially known as Cyclospora cayetanesis, include diarrhea, loss of appetite, weight loss, stomach cramps or pain, nausea, fatigue and flu-like symptoms. This ...

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2018-08-01 09:57:45



Chipotle Likely Responsible for Ohio Foodborne Illness Outbreak  

The state's department of health is investigating complaints of food poisoning from more than 350 people Chipotle Mexican Grill was deep into a comeback streak until this Monday when it closed a location in Powell, Ohio, when dozens of people said they became ill after eating there over the weekend. As of Wednesday, over 250 people reported online that they believed Chipotle had given them food poisoning. Ohio's department of health says it has received calls from more than...

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2018-08-01 09:54:42



New Episodes of Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' to Air on CNN This Fall   

The series will end with five new journeys around the world and two looks back on the life of a TV titan Nearly two months after the tragic loss of Anthony Bourdain, CNN announces that it will run the final season of Parts Unknown that the author/TV host was filming when he died. The LA Times reports that the cable network plans to release new episodes that Bourdain filmed in Kenya, Texas, Spain, Indonesia, and Manhattan before his death, as well as a special episode with refl

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2018-07-31 20:45:01



Watch: Marcus Samuelsson Takes a Closer Look at Indo-Guyanese Food Culture in Queens  

The chef visits Caribbean and Guyanese homes and restaurants in NYC's largest borough Chef Marcus Samuelsson heads to Queens, NY, on the fourth episode of No Passport Required. Inside New York's largest and most diverse borough, Samuelsson spends time talking with cooks, restaurateurs, and others from the Indo-Guyanese community, learning how they identify with all of the different parts of their culture and uphold it through dance, sports, and — of course — food. The ...

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2018-07-31 17:51:40



7 Food-Focused Podcast Episodes to Listen to Right Now  

Explaining Trump's bailout for farmers, comparing nose-to-tail butchery with mass-market meat, and more There are a million podcasts out there. Some are excellent, and others are just a couple of people shouting into low-quality microphones without much sense of direction. We here at Eater don't like wasting time on the bad ones, so here is a curated selection of recently published episodes that are thought-provoking and entertaining. These are mostly food-focused selection...

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2018-07-31 12:39:49



The Internet Is Irrationally Hyped About Panera's Double Bread Bowl  

Even though it looks like a doggie dinner bowl Strip mall soup-and-sandwich chain Panera is gearing up to deploy an audacious new dish that is already making the internet go haywire. The Double Bread Bowl is an oblong mini-baguette with two hollow troughs that can be filled with either soup or mac and cheese — and, seriously, at least one of these holes should be stuffed with mac and cheese, because enjoying carbohydrates is really the whole point of this dish. The chain...

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2018-07-31 12:03:07



Where to Find Old-School, Classic Restaurants in 19 Eater Cities   

The steakhouses, delis, and pizzerias that have stood the test of time and earned iconic status Every city has its classic restaurants, those which have stood the test of time over the years. These destinations tend to have a loyal customer fan-base, the flexibility to withstand changing times, and naturally, food worth coming back for. These maps of classic restaurants across Eater Cities feature places ranging from upscale steakhouses to no-nonsense takeout spots. This lineu

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2018-07-31 10:38:20



Lindsay Lohan to Star in MTV Reality Show About Running Greek Beach Club  

Plus, Chipotle had to shut down an Ohio restaurant after customers fell ill, and more food news Former Mean Girl Lindsay Lohan has been running an eponymous beach club since the beginning of summer, and it appears she's parlaying her new business into a television series. Lohan Beach Club, a docuseries that will chronicle the actress's exploits at her boozy beachside playground in Greece, is set for a 2019 premiere on MTV, reports Deadline. She's also planning to open ano...

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2018-07-31 10:25:55



Barack Obama and Joe Biden Met Up for Lunch and It Was Just Like Old Times  

Dog Tag Bakery trains vets on how to run a business Like that scene in a movie when the main character flashes back to good times gone by, America looked on wistfully yesterday when pals Barack Obama and Joe Biden met up for lunch at a cafe in D.C. Their destination? Dog Tag Bakery, a nonprofit that trains veterans and military spouses on how to run a food business. When the two men got out of their cars, they greeted the crowd with smiles and handshakes before making their w

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2018-07-30 14:19:25



Eating My Way Through Bogotá  

From the Editor: In search of the best the Colombian capital has to offer This post originally appeared on July 28, 2018, in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. I've been traveling all week in Bogota, Colombia with our travel editor Lesley Suter, laying the groundwork for our next international city guide (see Rome, Libson, Tokyo, etc.). TL;DR is I...

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2018-07-30 14:13:04



Chicago's Aloha Poke Faces Boycott Over Cultural Appropriation Claims  

The restaurant sent cease-and-desist letters to businesses with "aloha" and "poke" in their names

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2018-07-30 12:07:32



Guy Fieri and José Andrés Help the Northern California Wildfire Relief Effort   

The chefs are doing what they can to help feed the evacuees and first responders As wildfires rip through large swaths of Northern California, two celebrity chefs are doing what they can to help feed firefighters and the people who have been displaced by this awful natural disaster. Over the weekend, Guy Fieri helped the Red Cross feed evacuees of the deadly Carr Fire in a makeshift kitchen at Shasta College in Redding, California. The Food Network star was working with the

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2018-07-30 11:49:19



McDonald's Monopoly Game Was Once Compromised by an Organized Crime Ring  

Plus, celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern speaks out against the World's 50 Best list, and more food news to start the week The Daily Beast has the riveting story of a former police officer and his network of organized crime cronies who became rich by rigging McDonald's old Monopoly game. Over the course of 12 years, Jerome Jacobson and his associates defrauded the chain of millions of dollars, winning nearly every prize the promotional game had to offer. And speaking of McD...

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2018-07-30 09:03:43



Michael Solomonov's Rooster Soup Co. Transforms Into The Rooster, a Jewish Deli   



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2018-07-29 20:39:57



Netflix's Fall Lineup Includes 'Chef's Table,' 'Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat,' and 'The Curious Creations of Christine McConnell'   

A preview of the food series landing on the streaming platform in the coming months As part of the Television Critics Association summer press tour in Los Angeles today, Netflix announced the return of one of its most popular food series, and the launch of two brand new cooking shows. The fifth season of David Gelb's critically-acclaimed culinary documentary series Chef's Table will land on Netflix on September 28. The show will look at the lives and careers of four yet-...

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2018-07-28 09:12:02



'Florent: Queen of the Meat Market' Shows a Slice of New York That's Long Gone  

TV and movie recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's entertainment news This post originally appeared on July 27, 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 sweet spot of each and every week. To help you generate some ideas for what to watch this weekend, I've got notes on two terrific documentaries from the ...

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2018-07-27 16:57:02



The Luxe Dinnerware at This NYC Champagne Lounge Is Actually Affordable  

Save your extra dollars for a second bottle of bubbly Walk into Air's Champagne Parlor, the one-year-old West Village Champagne bar from bubbly connoisseur Ariel Arce, and it's immediately clear the wine isn't the only thing that's sparkling. Practically everything on the tables, from water glasses to oyster forks, is shimmery, pearlescent or gold-flecked. It's the kind of luxe aesthetic you rarely indulge in for everyday kitchenware — except you easily can, as ple...

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2018-07-27 16:28:50



Chef and 'Kitchen Gadgets' Host Esther Choi Loves to Experiment with Kimchi  

Meet the host of Eater's Kitchen Gadgets Any professional chef will debunk the myth that they never want to cook at home. Instead, most chefs — like New York's Esther Choi — will say that they enjoy cooking at home for their friends and loved ones, and all have the recipes they consistently love to prepare. For Choi, the latter is kimchi. "I have had an obsession with anything kimchi for a long time," says Choi. "I like to experiment with different types of vege...

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2018-07-27 13:29:16



Alton Brown Is Remixing 13 Classic 'Good Eats' Episodes   

The TV host announces a new project tied to the reboot of his hit show Before Alton Brown debuts the new version of his O.G. Food Network show Good Eats, the culinary-know-it-all is making some adjustments to 13 older episodes of the series to bring them up to his current standards for food TV. The move sounds something like what George Lucas did with the first three Star Wars movies before launching the prequels — though hopefully this new version won't include any CGI ver...

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2018-07-27 11:59:01



Watch: Gochujang Steak Tartare Adds a Korean Twist to a French Classic  

K-Town stops by Uncle Mikey's in Toronto, a bistro drawing flavors from both France and Korea When young Korean chefs go to cooking school, it's not usually to learn the fundamentals of Korean cuisine. More often they're attending culinary schools that focus on traditional French cooking and techniques. It was no surprise to me when I learned that Michael Kim — the chef and proprietor of Uncle Mikey's in Toronto — decided to cook up classic French bistro dishes when...

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2018-07-27 10:35:32



Watch Martha Stewart Teach Seth Meyers Fancy Pastry Techniques On 'Late Night'  

Plus, Disney theme parks are doing away with plastic straws, and more food news Martha Stewart stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers on Thursday and taught the show's host how to make some complicated desserts, such as browned meringues, piped rosettes, and glazed cookies. It appears the food stylists messed up a few details, which gets under Martha's skin. Bad idea: A Maryland criminal tried to bribe a cop with Krispy Kreme doughnuts, according to Munchies. The per...

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2018-07-27 09:30:02



The No-Tipping Point  

Inside the twisted minds of deliberately bad tippers "I don't tip because society says I have to," says Mr. Pink, the crook played by Steve Buscemi in the 1992 Quentin Tarantino film Reservoir Dogs. "Alright, I mean I'll tip if somebody really deserves a tip. If they put forth the effort, I'll give them something extra. But I mean, this tipping automatically, it's for the birds." More than 20 years later, there are real people, dining among us, who still feel ...

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2018-07-26 16:24:03



Gordon Ramsay Hopes to Teach Locals How to Cook Their Own Food on a New Show  

The shouty chef will engage in kitchen competitions as he travels the world Gordon Ramsay, the television chef who has made a name for himself by berating failing restaurateurs and contestants in culinary competitions, has another show in the works that will take him in a new direction. Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted will premiere on the National Geographic channel next year, reports Variety. Having already demoralized countless culinary professionals with his expletive-laden verbal

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2018-07-26 15:52:58



Watch: Which KitchenAid Pasta Attachment Is Best?  

Some pastas are better made with your own two hands Starting at around $260 a piece, the KitchenAid stand mixer comes with ten speeds for mixing, kneading, and whipping just about any ingredient; and that doesn't even include all the possibilities when you start adding attachments. Not long after releasing the stand mixer, KitchenAid added attachments for juicing, sausage-making, spiraling, milling, and dicing to the lineup. Among the most niche additions are the options for...

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2018-07-26 13:46:38



How Snapple Conquered the '90s  

Meet Wendy Kaufman, the pop culture icon who sold "the best stuff on Earth" In the mid-'90s, seemingly everyone — Generation X'ers, sugar-lusting future millennials, and burned out ex-hippies — was clutching a glass bottle of Snapple. An iced tea and juice drink made up of (among other things) filtered water, sugar, citric acid, and fruit and/or vegetable concentrate, Snapple became more than a sum of its parts, it was something different: a sweet, refreshing drink...

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2018-07-26 13:01:42



Remembering Jonathan Gold, the Friend  

This week on the Eater Upsell, Peter Meehan, Robert Sietsema, and Meghan McCarron remember the late, great LA food critic This past weekend, Los Angeles Times restaurant critic Jonathan Gold died at the age of 57. So on this week's episode of the Eater Upsell podcast, we asked Eater New York critic and a friend and contemporary to Gold Robert Sietsema, Gold's admirer and friend Peter Meehan, and Eater special correspondent and Los Angeleno Meghan McCarron to share their per...

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2018-07-26 11:25:02



Shaq Hatches Reality Show About Opening a Chicken Restaurant   

Move over Wahlberg brothers, there's a new celebrity jumping in the restaurant reality show game Retired NBA superstar and all-around American hero Shaquille O'Neal is working on a new eight-episode reality show for Facebook Watch about the opening of his forthcoming Las Vegas restaurant, Big Chicken. The new series will be called, appropriately, Big Chicken Shaq, and in between episodes, the former ball player will field questions from fans on Facebook. "It's going to...

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2018-07-26 11:02:51



'Queer Eye' Star Antoni Porowski Scores Location for NYC Fast-Casual Restaurant  

He's moving into a storied diner space in Manhattan's West Village

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2018-07-26 10:20:19



Will Italians Be Mad at Starbucks When Its Milan Cafe Opens in September?  

Plus, Coca-Cola is raising prices because of Donald Trump's trade war, and more food news Starbucks's forthcoming Milan outpost, the Seattle-based chains first cafe in Italy, has marked down an official opening date, reports Women's Wear Daily. 'Bucks will make its Italian debut on Thursday, September 6. The locals, who already have a wonderful coffee culture of their own, and who are known to get angry at those who seem to be disrespecting their foodways, aren't ex...

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2018-07-26 09:56:13



The NYT Takes Its Digital Recipes Back to Print With a Customizable Cookbook  

The printed word is alive and well with 'Dinner: What to Cook Tonight' There's a new New York Times cookbook out now, but it's a world apart from the first, which Craig Claiborne published in 1961. This one will have a more personal touch: It's edited, at least in part, by the reader. Readers — and not only subscribers who pay for the Times' Cooking section ($40 per year) — can now build their own book of those reliable, often-shared recipes. Longtime editors l...

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2018-07-25 16:50:31



Guy Fieri Is Taking Disney World Back to Flavortown with Chicken Guy!  

The name fittingly includes an exclamation point, which is the Guy Fieri of punctuation Guy Fieri has just completed a wildly successful crossover from food to science entertainment television with his Shark Week special, and what's he going to do next? He's going to Walt Disney World, again. Fieri, the Platinum Prince, the Barron of Bold Flavors, the Mayor of Flavortown himself, is opening a new restaurant called Chicken Guy! at Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida. ...

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2018-07-25 14:04:50






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