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Watch: Rolling Paper-Thin Dosas at Santa Fe's Only South Indian Restaurant  

Cooking in America visits Paper Dosa, combining flavors of South India, and the American Southwest Smack dab in the middle of Santa Fe is Paper Dosa — a South Indian restaurant serving a multitude of dosas, a type of pancake made from a fermented batter. The kitchen is lead by chef Paulraj Karuppasamy, who had to travel all the way to San Francisco to reconnect with his Indian roots — by way of the Maldives, Miami, and the Bahamas. Karuppasamy met his wife, a Santa Fe nat...

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2018-06-19 12:27:59



Watch a Trailer for 'No Passport Required,' Eater's New Show on PBS  

The six-episode series hosted by chef Marcus Samuelsson premieres on Tuesday, July 10 New show No Passport Required, produced by Eater for PBS, airs every Tuesday from July 10 to August 14. Hosted by renowned chef Marcus Samuelsson, each episode dives into a different immigrant food culture in six cities — from Detroit to Miami — across the United States. Through food, Samuelsson hopes to share stories of American culture and how immigrant traditions have influenced the way...

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2018-06-19 10:31:02



Junk Food Chef Dares to Dream Big by Creating Chicken Nugget-Doughnut Hybrid  

Plus, millennials are terrible tippers, and more food news An entrepreneur/mad scientist in Australia has created an unholy doughnut-chicken nugget hybrid, which he has appropriately named the "donug." This oddity looks a bit like one of Burger King's bizarre chicken rings, only with half of the circular nugget frosted and sprinkled. The donug already has its own website and Instagram account, and Seth Meyers mentioned it in his Late Night monologue on Monday. Expect to...

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2018-06-19 10:12:37



How a Bill Gates-Funded Startup Hacked the Avocado  

Avocados with a longer shelf life will soon be available at 30 Costco locations in the Midwest Throwing out spoiled avocados may be a thing of the past, thanks to a California-based startup that counts Bill Gates among its backers. Apeel Sciences says it's devised a way to keep avocados at peak ripeness for twice as long, Bloomberg reports, which could drastically cut back on food waste at grocery stores (and at the homes of avocado toast-loving millennials). Apeel uses rec...

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2018-06-18 17:04:43



How the Gabrielle Hamilton News Could Have Played Differently  

From the Editor: Are the new Spotted Pig partners having the conversation they think they are? This post originally appeared on June 16, 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. When news broke last week that restaurant world icon Gabrielle Hamilton and her Prune partner and wife Ashley Merriman aim to team up with accused sexual harasser Ken Frie...

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2018-06-18 16:29:56



The Best Moments From the Cajun Mardi Gras Episode of 'Parts Unknown'  

Anthony Bourdain went on a wild ride through southern Louisiana for his hit CNN travel series With a mix of hilarious quips and poetic observations about local traditions, the Cajun Mardi Gras episode of Parts Unknown really showcases Bourdain's strengths as a travel writer. It's a great reminder of how funny that late author/TV star could be, while also showing respect to his hosts and tour guides around the world. Here's a roundup of the best meals and moments from the ...

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2018-06-18 15:53:55



Baltimore Dunkin' Donuts Asks Customers to Rat Out Non-English-Speaking Staff  

A sign offered patrons free food in exchange for reporting employees Twitter users are fuming over a sign at a Baltimore Dunkin' Donuts encouraging customers to report employees speaking a foreign language. The sign, which was spotted Monday morning by a producer for local news station WBAL, asked patrons who overheard "staff shouting in a language other than English" to call a number and provide the name of the employee in exchange for a coupon redeemable for a free coff...

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2018-06-18 13:31:53



Tales from the Pizza Wars  

In 2032, jobs are gone, megacorporations own the world, and armies of killer pizza drones rule the skies It had been 27 minutes since the Kellys placed their order for one large cheese pizza. This was an inconceivable length of time to wait for a pizza. Just as she was about to complain on Facebook, Gail Kelly, 74, was jolted by what sounded like two enormous crashes outside. Gail phoned WePolice, her private law enforcement provider, to inquire about the ruckus, and if it had

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2018-06-18 12:32:01



How to Watch the World's 50 Best Restaurants — and What to Expect  

Will Eleven Madison Park hold on to the top spot? Award seasons continues apace, with the World's 50 Best Restaurants ceremony taking place tomorrow. The biggest question when it comes to the No. 1 slot is whether New York City's Eleven Madison Park can hold the top ranking while having spent four months closed for renovations, from June 9 to October 8, 2017. Here's why the closure could impact the ranking: Judges are required to have dined at any restaurant they vote ...

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2018-06-18 11:35:02



Watch: How Salty, Chewy Taffy Is Made By Hand  

How to Make It visits Brooklyn's Salty Road to stretch and pull pounds of taffy into 1,400 pieces of candy My day at Brooklyn's Salty Road was a dream come true — spent in a candy factory making salty and sweet taffy. I got to see that one of America's most nostalgic candies is still being made the old fashioned way: pulling seven to 20 pound pieces of soft, chewy taffy by hand. Salty Road owner Marisa Wu bypasses the use of flavored oils and dyes, instead choosing to u...

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2018-06-18 10:29:23



Michelin's International Director Is Stepping Down   

Michael Ellis has been international director of the dining guides since 2011 Michael Ellis, the international director of the Michelin guides — the dining guides published by the French tire company of the same name — is stepping down. According to a statement, Ellis will leave the post he's held since 2011 on September 14, 2018. During his time as international director, Ellis led the Michelin guides' coverage of new territories, adding six new guides in the last th...

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2018-06-18 10:23:52



All-You-Can-Eat Restaurant Closes After Customers Eat Too Much  

Plus, Taco Bell has a ridiculous new menu item, and more food news to start the week A restaurant in Chengdu, China, has discovered that offering all-you-can-eat meals can be a disastrous business model. Hot pot parlor Jiamener recently opened its doors and looked to attract diners by offering a month of unlimited food for the low, low price of $25, but feasting customers ate the restaurant out of business. It shuttered after falling $100,000 in debt after just two weeks of o

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2018-06-18 10:12:58



José Andrés's Huge NYC Food Hall Will Be Called Mercado Little Spain   



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2018-06-18 10:08:52



Coffee Doesn't Cause Cancer, Says California Health Risk Agency  

The state's proposed carcinogen warning labels may be axed before they even begin Good news for coffee roasters and retailers doing business in the state of California: Coffee probably doesn't cause cancer after all. Recently proposed regulations that would have required cancer warning labels for the caffeinated beverage could be tossed out. In March, a California court ruled in favor of a lawsuit from an environmental group, dating back to 2012, which argued that consume...

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2018-06-16 09:12:01



'The Quest of Alain Ducasse' Only Goes Half the Distance   

Notes on a food film and two TV shows, plus a roundup of the week's entertainment news This post originally appeared on June 15 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Please feel free to take your shoes off if you like and help yourself to something in the fridge. There's a lot of food TV for you to watch over the next few days, so let's dig right into what'...

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2018-06-15 20:40:08



Roy Choi to Close Los Angeles Restaurants Pot and Commissary  

The chef is backing out of the Line Hotel, where he runs Pot and Commisary

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2018-06-15 16:57:44



What the Critics Are Saying About Factory Farming Documentary 'Eating Animals'  

The Natalie Portman-narrated film about where meat comes from is garnering praise Eating Animals, a new documentary about the state of industrial farming in America, aims to take a hard look at where the meat in our country comes from and suggest an approach to rectifying the "factory-farm-to-table" agricultural shift Americans have experienced in the past few decades. The film, which lands in theaters across the country today, is based on Jonathan Safran Foer's acclaimed...

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2018-06-15 15:37:19



Netflix's 'Queer Eye': 5 Things to Know About the New Season  

A look at the best episodes, strangest moments, and tastiest dishes from Season 2 Netflix's lifestyle transformation show Queer Eye is back for a second season full of grooming tips, appetizer tutorials, and poignant conversations that might make you tear up just a little bit. Just like last season, the savvy lifestyle experts of the Fab 5 are back in the Atlanta area, fielding requests for makeovers from friends and family members of a few men (and one woman) who could use...

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2018-06-15 13:48:01



Gabrielle Hamilton Doubles Down on Decision to Partner With Ken Friedman at Aspen Food + Wine   

During a heated panel, she called the backlash to the partnership "very confusing" — and Ken Friedman "a total shit show" At a panel at Aspen + Food and Wine today, Gabrielle Hamilton went all in on her decision to partner with disgraced restaurateur Ken Friedman to run the Spotted Pig with her wife and co-chef at Prune, Ashley Merriman. According to Food & Wine, the scheduled panel quickly turned heated as fellow panelists Will Guidara, Hugh Acheson, and Traci D...

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2018-06-15 12:54:24



Chefs React to Gabrielle Hamilton Taking Over the Spotted Pig   

Anita Lo, Amanda Cohen, Preeti Mistry, and others on the controversial partnership with disgraced restaurateur Ken Friedman For the first time since the #MeToo movement reached the restaurant industry, one of the accused men has a new business venture. After dividing his bicoastal restaurant empire with chef April Bloomfield, restaurateur Ken Friedman is partnering with James Beard Award-winning chef Gabrielle Hamilton and Prune co-chef Ashley Merriman on the Spotted Pig, the N

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2018-06-15 11:02:02



In Praise of How the Women of 'Ocean's 8' Eat  

With pierogies and popcorn, the slick heist movie bucks a sexist Hollywood trope There's a scene in Ocean's 8 where a bandit named Lou (played by Cate Blanchett) saunters across a street toward her boss Debbie Ocean (Sandra Bullock) in a sequin jumpsuit, a heavy drip of diamonds in her cleavage and on her ears. She's a scintillation given human form: a dark shimmer of greens and teals, like the glittery lovechild of David Bowie and a mermaid. It's a moment of triumph, the...

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2018-06-15 11:00:01



Watch: Why Is Wawa So Beloved in Pennsylvania?  

Cult Following takes a closer look at a gas station that inspires a rare level of fan devotion When Pope Francis visited Philadelphia in 2015, Michael Nutter — the city's mayor — welcomed His Holiness by offering to buy him a Wawa hoagie of his choosing. As this episode of Cult Following discovers, that's just one anecdote that describes the fierce adherence fans have for the beloved chain. Some may call it a convenience store, others are quick to think of it as a full...

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2018-06-15 10:18:31



ABC's 'The Chew' Airs Its Farewell Episode Today  

Plus, an investigation finds Starbucks discriminates against older workers, and more food news Fans of The Chew, it's time to say goodbye. The food-focused ABC daytime show is going off the air, and it will broadcast its farewell episode today at 1 p.m. ET (although some previously taped episodes will air throughout the summer). The Chew, which previously employed disgraced celebrity chef Mario Batali as a co-host, received its cancellation notice in its seventh season. ...

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2018-06-14 16:18:05



David Chang Opens Up About His Struggle With Depression  

On his podcast, the Momofuku boss discussed stigma, seeking treatment, and dealing with mental illness On the latest episode of his new podcast, The Dave Chang Show, celebrity chef and burgeoning media mogul David Chang reflects on the death of his friend Anthony Bourdain while opening up about his own struggle with depression. Chang discusses the high cost of mental health care in America, the stigma attached to depression and other mental illness, and how his own cultural bac

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2018-06-14 12:55:16



Famed Pitmaster Rodney Scott Wants to Bring Whole Hog Cooking Everywhere  

Fresh off a James Beard win, Scott announced his third restaurant — with no plans to slow down anytime soon South Carolina's whole hog master, Rodney Scott, wants to bring his barbecue to the entire world. Fresh off a James Beard win (the second ever awarded to a pitmaster), Rodney recently announced his third restaurant, this time in Birmingham, and shows no signs of slowing down. This week on the Upsell, we talk to Scott about his life mastering whole hog, how one festiva...

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2018-06-14 12:00:02



Watch: 20 Years Later, Master Sushi Chef Yumi Chiba Is Still Trying to Perfect Tamago  

Crafting the traditional Japanese egg sushi is no easy feat By no means did Yumi Chiba want to follow the path of her uncle and father — both recognized sushi chefs in Shizuoka, a Japanese prefecture. Chiba went so far as to move to Tokyo to avoid the career that was neatly laid out for her. Her marriage eventually took her back to Shizuoka and a subsequent battle with cancer is what gave her "the courage to try anything out." Today Chiba is the chef and president of Ana...

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2018-06-14 11:47:39



Nancy Silverton Eyes New York City, London for Mozza Expansion  

Plus more possible restaurants in Los Angeles Nancy Silverton is looking to grow. The chef, a multiple James Beard Award-winner and a titan of both baking and Italian cooking, took on a leadership role at the embattled Batali & Bastianich Hospitality group (B & B) in the wake of her former business partner Mario Batali's departure. Following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct — including harassment of employees, groping fans, and sexual assault leading to a ...

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2018-06-14 11:28:26



Why Every American Should Care About the Farm Bill  

The controversial bill includes major cuts for food stamps and conservation programs Earl Blumenauer is a Congressman representing Oregon's third congressional district. This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Health care, climate change, economic development, and jobs are some of the major issues at the heart of current American politics. And there's major legislation making its way through Congress right now that impacts all of these areas and every American...

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2018-06-14 11:05:06



Black Customers Handcuffed at Waffle House After Dispute Over 50 Cents  

Waitstaff called police after the couple pointed out they were charged $1.50 for a $1 orange juice Following a string of incidents that spurred calls for a boycott, Waffle House is again facing scrutiny for calling the police on its customers. Police body camera footage posted to Facebook by activist and the Intercept columnist Shaun King shows two black customers at a Fort Walton Beach, Florida, location being handcuffed after complaining to waitstaff that they were overcharge

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2018-06-14 10:25:24



Watch 'Queer Eye's' Fab Five Make Over a Haggard Guitar Player on 'The Late Late Show'  

Plus, Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi comes out against Donald Trump's immigration policy, and more food news Queer Eye's Fab Five gave James Corden's guitar player a makeover on The Late Late Show Wednesday night. And, of course, Corden had to make a guacamole dig at the expense of food expert Antoni Porowski. Actress Natalie Portman and writer Jonathan Safran-Foer teamed up on Eating Animals, a documentary adaptation of Safran-Foer's book that goes inside the grim...

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2018-06-14 09:22:01



Major Restaurant Supplier of Sustainable Seafood Accused of Mislabeling Fish  

Sea To Table was found to be misusing terms like "local" and "wild caught" by an Associated Press investigation One of the U.S.'s biggest and most trusted sustainable seafood suppliers Sea To Table has been accused of falsely advertising and mislabeling its fish. An extensive investigation by the Associated Press found that the New York-based seafood distributor has been marketing seafood as "local" and "wild caught" when some of its seafood was actually farme...

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2018-06-14 09:01:01



'It's Not My Job to Clean Up Ken's Mess'  

Gabrielle Hamilton's partner and co-chef, Ashley Merriman, elaborates on the controversial decision to team up with Ken Friedman at the Spotted Pig On Wednesday, the James Beard Award-winning chef-author Gabrielle Hamilton and her wife, the chef Ashley Merriman, announced plans to take over embattled New York gastropub the Spotted Pig. The pair plan to partner with owner Ken Friedman — who was accused by multiple women of engaging in serial sexual misconduct — following t...

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2018-06-13 18:58:51



Watch a Preview of the New Mardi Gras Episode of 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown'  

The late author/TV host samples some Cajun delicacies in this clip from the new installment of CNN's hit travel show As the world mourns the loss of food icon Anthony Bourdain, fans of the author/TV star will get at least two more chances to see new episodes of his award-winning show Parts Unknown this summer. Today, CNN's Brian Stelter — the journalist who originally reported the news of Bourdain's death last week — announces that the network will indeed air the rem...

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2018-06-13 17:29:35



Watch a Preview of the New Mardi Gras Episode of 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown'  

The late author/TV host samples some Cajun delicacies in this clip from the new installment of CNN's hit travel show As the world mourns the loss of food icon Anthony Bourdain, fans of the author/TV star will get at least two more chances to see new episodes of his award-winning show Parts Unknown this summer. Today, CNN's Brian Stelter — the journalist who originally reported the news of Bourdain's death last week — announces that the network will indeed air the rem...

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2018-06-13 17:29:35



Gabrielle Hamilton Defends Her Decision to Partner With Ken Friedman  

"Everyone is a better spouse their second time around" Earlier today, Gabrielle Hamilton, the chef and owner of New York's iconic Prune restaurant, announced she and her wife, the chef Ashley Merriman, who is currently running the kitchen at Prune, would partner with disgraced restaurateur Ken Friedman to take over the Spotted Pig. According to the New York Times, Hamilton intends to bring her and Merriman's management style to the restaurant, which has been at the cent...

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2018-06-13 14:00:02



Watch: How a Master Creates a Roman Gelato Favorite  

The Eternal City is not just about pizza and pasta — there's also Fatamorgana Gelateria's pistachio gelato Rome is definitely all about its pizza and pasta, but it's just as fanatical about cold and creamy gelato. Known as a master, fairy, and hero of gelato — Maria Agnese's love of the dessert could easily be described as obsessive. When Agnese was young and all of her friends were playing with toys and goofing off outside, she dreamt about making gelati and one da...

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2018-06-13 13:42:10



Gabrielle Hamilton Partners With Ken Friedman, Will Take Reins at the Spotted Pig  

The Prune chef will step in after sexual misconduct allegations fractured the April Bloomfield-Ken Friedman empire In a chef shuffle of epic proportions, today James Beard Award-winning chef Gabrielle Hamilton revealed her plans to partner with disgraced restaurateur Ken Friedman on the Spotted Pig, filling the void left in the wake of chef April Bloomfield's departure. Hamilton, whose essential New York City restaurant Prune is fast approaching its 20-year anniversary, is ...

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2018-06-13 12:20:00



IHOP's Name Change Is the Most Obnoxious Brand Move of the Year  

"IHOb" is a new wrinkle in the dystopian hellscape of viral marketing IHOP — the International House of Pancakes — has been teasing a "name change" for a little while, and on Monday made it "official." The chain asserted that it would now be known as IHOb, the International House of — not Breakfast, as some people speculated — but Burgers. Since the diner chain turned the "P" at the end of its acronymic name upside down, seemingly the entire tweeting int...

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2018-06-13 11:18:16



A Breakout Breakfast Star Tries His Hand at Dinner   

Jonathan Brooks's Beholder is the follow-up to the hit Indianapolis restaurant Milktooth Milktooth's Jonathan Brooks is finally doing dinner. After much anticipation, the chef behind the Indianapolis restaurant Eater critic Bill Addison said "redefines daytime dining" debuts Beholder, his take on a fun night out, in Indianapolis this week. Mallory Talty/Beholder Some of the items on the menu at Beholder Milktooth, Brooks's breakfast-a...

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2018-06-13 11:01:02



How Terrazzo Flooring Took Over Restaurants   



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2018-06-13 10:44:34



Anthony Bourdain's Literary Legacy in 13 Books  

Before he was on TV, he became famous for putting pen to paper The practiced, easy assumption of a public mask, an entertainer's mask, is liable to strike the casual observer as sophistication — as an enviable social skill. The finer the mask, the more persuaded we are of its authenticity, and the late Anthony Bourdain's was the finest of all, with a fit like a second skin. Though he's probably best known for traveling the world on CNN's Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourd...

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2018-06-13 10:13:02



Taco Bell Is Giving Away Free Doritos Locos Tacos Because of Sports  

Plus, Uber wants to patent technology that could identify drunk riders, and more food news Taco Bell is giving away free Doritos Locos Tacos today, June 13, as a way to celebrate the Golden State Warriors' National Basketball Association championship. Officially, the giveaway comes because the Warriors managed to win a game on the Cleveland Cavaliers' home court. Of course, T-Bell would have given away free tacos if the Cavaliers had won a game in Northern California, t...

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2018-06-12 17:53:02



Netflix Bulks Up Food Roster With New Cooking Competition 'Sugar Rush'   

The Food Network better watch its back As part of its ongoing effort to bring more reality programming to the masses, today Netflix announces the production of a new cooking competition show called Sugar Rush. The series will feature bakers making desserts against the clock for judges Adriano Zumbo (of the Australian TV show Zumbo's Just Desserts) and Candace Nelson (the proprietor of LA-based cupcake chain Sprinkles). This eight-episode series will be hosted by Game Show N...

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2018-06-12 16:02:04



Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown' Is Not Leaving Netflix Yet  

Great news for fans planning a Bourdain tribute marathon: the travel show will remain streaming for 'months to come' Following the tragic death of food world icon Anthony Bourdain last week, fans of the chef/author launched an online petition to keep the first eight seasons of his CNN show Parts Unknown on Netflix past its expiration date of Saturday, June 16. And, after hearing the cries of thousands of Bourdain fans around the world, Netflix has worked out a deal to keep ...

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2018-06-12 15:10:15



Would-Be-Chefs Can Master the Trade Playing 'Overcooked'  

The kitchen video game has all the drama of 'Chopped' with the added rush of battling monsters It turns out I'm much better at cooking food in the real world than in the virtual one. I discovered this while playing the video game Overcooked on the Nintendo Switch. My husband's the video game player in the family, but conveniently used the excuse, "Ooh, a cooking game! Maybe Missy will actually play this one!" as justification to buy an entirely new video game syste...

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2018-06-12 14:30:56



Do You Know Where Your Tip Money Is Going?  

Restaurants in most states are now permitted to share servers' gratuities with cooks and other back-of-house employees It's a scene that plays out at the end of the night at most restaurants across the country: Servers, tired from a long shift and ready to clock out, must count the cash that's in their pockets and match it with the sales and tips they earned that day. Once that's reconciled, they file the money and receipts away, and, depending on the restaurant, might ...

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2018-06-12 13:08:00



Do You Know Where Your Tip Money Is Going?  

Restaurants in most states are now permitted to share servers' gratuities with cooks and other back-of-house employees It's a scene that plays out at the end of the night at most restaurants across the country: Servers, tired from a long shift and ready to clock out, must count the cash that's in their pockets and match it with the sales and tips they earned that day. Once that's reconciled, they file the money and receipts away, and, depending on the restaurant, might ...

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2018-06-12 13:08:00



Watch: Meet the Kenyan Chef Serving African Seafood in the New Mexican Desert  

At Jambo Cafe, Santa Fe diners are clamoring for Ahmed Obo's coconut pili pili shrimp "I arrived and it felt just like home," remembers chef Ahmed Obo when he moved from East Africa to his new home in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Obo is originally from Lamu, a small island of Kenya's coast where residents move about on foot or by boat. After first moving to New York at age 22, Obo landed in New Mexico where he began working in restaurants and local grocery stores to support hi...

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2018-06-12 10:11:27



Big Boys Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un Ate Ice Cream During Their Working Lunch  

Plus, a minor league baseball team in New York is now called the Pizza Rats, and more food news United States President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong-un had a meeting in Singapore earlier this week, with Trump admiring the dictator's "great personality" and calling him "very smart." The two held a working lunch and dined on delicacies such as shrimp cocktail with avocado salad, pork fried rice, and, of course, ice cream. Trump presumably ate two scoops...

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2018-06-12 09:39:01



How 'Bao' Director Domee Shi Created Pixar's Dumpling Baby Story   

The adorable short is running before Incredibles 2 this summer This summer, before movie audiences sink their teeth into one of the biggest sequels of the year, Pixar's Incredibles 2, they will be treated to a hilarious and poignant short film from one of the animation studio's up-and-comers, 28-year-old Domee Shi. Bao tells the story of a Chinese empty-nester mom who gets a surprise one day when one of her dumplings turns into an adorable baby boy. The story includes seve...

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2018-06-12 05:31:03



Noma Slated to Rejoin World's 50 Best List Next Week  

Rene Redzepi's Nordic restaurant was left off the 51-100 list Next week in Bilbao, Spain, the World's 50 Best Restaurants will publish its annual listicle of overpriced restaurants largely run by men. But today, the guide revealed its honorable mentions: The 51-100 guide, a sturdy blend of newer venues that might make the proper list next year, and older venues that have fallen in stature. These consolation prizes, however, are just as important for their omissions, high ...

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2018-06-11 17:45:30



Atelier Crenn Leading Candidate to Join World's 50 Best List Next Week  

Dominique Crenn's San Francisco restaurant was notably absent from the 51-100 list that dropped today Next week in Bilbao, Spain, the World's 50 Best Restaurants will publish its annual listicle of overpriced restaurants largely run by men. But today, the guide revealed its honorable mentions: The 51-100 guide, a sturdy blend of newer venues that might make the proper list next year, and older venues that have fallen in stature. These consolation prizes, however, are just...

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2018-06-11 17:45:30



Baby Monster Earns Her Stripes In Sweetbitter's Satisfying Season Finale    

Two Eater editors discuss the latest episode of Starz's steamy restaurant drama Sweetbitter wraps up its first season with a drama-filled episode about a night of work that will determine the future of the show's young protagonist, Tess (played by Ella Purnell), at the New York City restaurant with no name. The story begins in a hospital room with Tess comforting her co-worker Sasha (played by Daniyar) who had a brush with death during a night of heavy after-work partyin...

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2018-06-11 16:03:53



Watch: Making Salt for NYC's Fine-Dining Restaurants  

How Amagansett Sea Salt Co. turns 100 gallons of ocean water into sea salt Salt is the foundation of cooking. It is a building block of texture and color, and most importantly, it provides the consistency of flavor that most diners look for in a restaurant meal. Even more magic happens when you use it to finish a dish, allowing the guest to crunch down on the crystals, creating a flavor experience that's been enhanced even after the cooking is done. In this episode of How t...

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2018-06-11 14:48:15



Why Anthony Bourdain Meant So Much to So Many  

The chef, author, and TV host died on Friday, and the world cried out in mourning This post originally appeared on June 9, 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 don't think I'm going to be able to add much to what has already been said, written, tweeted, and otherwise shared during this sad time for the food community. Anthony Bourdain di...

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2018-06-11 14:28:40



José Andrés and World Central Kitchen Are Feeding Thousands in Guatemala  

The chef arrived last week to aid evacuees and emergency responders following the Fuego volcano eruption Chef, humanitarian, and icon Jose Andres is back on the ground with World Central Kitchen. Andres and his nonprofit were a driving force behind Puerto Rico's recovery following Hurricane Maria, and now they're taking their singular approach to disaster relief to Guatemala, where a volcanic eruption killed more than 100 people and left thousands without homes. Andre...

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2018-06-11 12:58:41



How Anthony Bourdain Became a Book Publisher  

His imprint will end once it's published all books under contract Those who knew him well know that the late Anthony Bourdain was not only a great writer, but also a voracious reader. That's basically how he became a publisher: In 2011, Ecco, which published Bourdain's seminal memoir Kitchen Confidential in 2000, announced an imprint called Anthony Bourdain Books. Right off the bat, Bourdain used his new platform to greenlight a variety of authors, from experts in niche f...

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2018-06-11 12:50:48



How the World Is Paying Tribute to Anthony Bourdain    

New details emerge on the passing of a legend Since the tragic news of Anthony Bourdain's suicide broke last Friday, fans of the author/TV host have been mourning the loss of an icon who changed the way that so many people understood food and restaurants around the world. Here's a roundup of news surrounding Bourdain's death at the age of 61, and the tributes that followed over the weekend. Bourdain's Last Days (and the Aftermath) AFP/Getty Images...

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2018-06-11 12:07:04



Anthony Bourdain's 'Kitchen Confidential' Is Amazon's Current Best-Seller  

The author's books are topping charts and selling out across the country Anthony Bourdain, the cultural commentator, chef, and TV host who died last week, is at the top of the best-seller list once again. Over the weekend, bookstores across the country ran out of copies of Kitchen Confidential, the author's landmark memoir that gave the world a behind-the-curtain peek into life in restaurant kitchens. New York City's Strand bookstore was sold out of copies over the week...

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2018-06-11 11:45:32



Ford's 'Self-Driving' Vans Are Now Delivering Food in Miami  



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2018-06-11 11:32:00



Nordstrom's Kitchen Staples Are Prettier Than Your Average Cookware  

The department store's latest "pop-in" collection is a visual feast You probably don't associate Nordstrom with playful, minimalist kitchenware. But for the next month that's exactly what you'll see if you walk into any of the nine Nordstrom locations participating in the Pop-In@Nordstrom Eats More shop. Nordstrom is selling a collection of Instagram-ready kitchen essentials in-store as well as on a dedicated online page as part of the Pop-In@Nordstrom series, a s...

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2018-06-11 11:15:14



Why Meal Kits Are Going Offline  

Companies like Blue Apron and Plated are invading grocery stores in search of new customers Meal kits are the paint-by-numbers of the cooking world. For anyone who's been too busy cooking from scratch to notice the meal-kit phenomenon, they're typically mailed once a week to subscribers via boxes containing pre-portioned (and sometimes pre-cut) ingredients, basic instructions on how to turn them into different meals, and huge chunks of ice to keep it all cold. After they'...

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2018-06-11 10:37:17



Step Inside Kristen Kish's Bright and Lush Austin Restaurant  



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2018-06-11 10:34:18



Singapore Restaurants Commemorate Trump-Kim Summit With Themed Tacos and Burgers  

The two leaders are scheduled for an unprecedented face-to-face meeting on an island just off Singapore's coast Monday night Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un are scheduled to meet one-on-one tonight in Singapore, marking a historic summit that could be a first step towards deescalating nuclear tensions between the U.S. and North Korea. Whether the face-to-face talks will usher in any sort of lasting peace will remain to be seen — but don't worry, there will be tacos. To comm...

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2018-06-11 10:22:28



The Pioneer Woman Is Growing Her Down-Home Empire With a Pizzeria   

Plus, Amazon is expanding its Whole Foods discounts, and more food news Ree Drummond, AKA blogger-turned-down home Food Network superstar The Pioneer Woman, is expanding her empire to take over pizza in the heartland. P-Dub is about to open a new pizzeria, called P-Town Pizza, in Pawhuska, Oklahoma. The hordes of Drummond fanatics who will surely descend upon the restaurant can expect wood-fired pies, salads, wings, and desserts. Queer Eye returns this Friday for a second

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2018-06-11 10:16:12



Momofuku's New Toronto Restaurant Pays Respect to Ontario's Farmers   

Chef Paula Navarrete also draws on her Colombian heritage at Kojin, the latest outpost of David Chang's empire The latest addition to David Chang's Momofuku empire debuted in Toronto last week. Months after Momofuku's Toronto restaurants Daisho and Shoto shuttered, Kojin takes over the entire third floor of the glass cube that houses all of Momofuku's Canadian outposts — and puts Momofuku vet Paula Navarrete in the executive chef role for the first time. Navarrete go...

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2018-06-11 04:55:55



The Best Moments of Anthony Bourdain's Visit to Berlin on 'Parts Unknown'  

A roundup of memorable lines and scenes from this week's hard-to-swallow episode This episode of Parts Unknown, showcasing the creative wonderland of Berlin, Germany, is the first to air since host Anthony Bourdain's tragic death on Friday. Prior to the episode, CNN's Anderson Cooper spoke on Bourdain's remarkable television career, calling the man a "true original." Cooper recounted his colleague's travels and unique ability to tell the story. He described Bourda...

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2018-06-10 11:00:01



Watch: Is This the Perfect Dry-Aged Burger?  

Playing with different cheeses, sauces, and toppings for the ideal burger Prime Time hosts and butcher shop owners Ben Turley and Brent Young already offer two cheeseburgers on the menu at Brooklyn's Threes Brewing: a classic iteration topped with American cheese, and a funkier dry-aged version. Still, the duo is determined to perfect the latter in this episode of the meat-heavy show, along with the help of Threes Brewing chef, Kyle Lowe. The three chefs play with all parts ...

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2018-06-08 17:37:53



The World Reacts to the Death of Anthony Bourdain  

Chefs, cooks, writers, and personalities from across the entertainment world express shock and sadness Chef, author, and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. The "gifted storyteller" was found unresponsive in his hotel in room in France while filming an episode of Parts Unknown. It has been reported that the cause of death was suicide. Tributes from the the world of food and media have started to pour in for one of the most influential international voices ...

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2018-06-08 15:21:48



Five TV Episodes That Capture the Blazing Spirit of Anthony Bourdain  

Remembering a legend through his work on television This post originally appeared on June 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. This is a really rough day for food TV fans. We lost an amazing talent, the guy who changed the game and inspired so many people along the way. Rest in peace Anthony Bourdain. There will never be another one like you. Tonight, June 8 at...

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2018-06-08 13:40:51



CNN Will Air Tribute to Anthony Bourdain This Weekend  

The Parts Unknown host will be honored during a weekend of programming Food writer, television personality, and CNN host Anthony Bourdain died Friday at the age of 61. The network confirmed the death this morning: It is with extraordinary sadness that we can confirm the death of our friend and collegue, Anthony Bourdain. His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased

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2018-06-08 13:24:52



Anthony Bourdain Rewrote the Rules for Food and Travel Shows  

From A Cook's Tour to Parts Unknown, the host was the first of his kind on television, and revealed what food looked like under a political lens Anthony Bourdain died at the age of 61 on Friday. He entered the public consciousness with his food writing, first with a gasp-inducing New Yorker submission that pulled the curtain back on the reality of restaurant work in 1999, then with Kitchen Confidential, an expanded version of the expose that made readers forever change the wa...

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2018-06-08 12:48:13



Chefs and Food Writers Remember Anthony Bourdain  

The well-respected chef and TV personality made an impact on the food industry Anthony Bourdain influenced the way many chefs, food writers, and other people in the industry see the world we live and eat in. Bourdain died today at age 61, and some of his peers reflect on his death and what he meant to the food landscape. Eric Ripert, chef and television personality:Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great story

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2018-06-08 12:42:15



Anthony Bourdain Took Responsibility for Toxic Masculinity and Called Out His Friends  



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2018-06-08 12:04:06



In Anthony Bourdain, the Food World Found One of Its Strongest Voices  

The television host and writer, who died today at 61, changed how we talk about food Anthony Bourdain, the author of Kitchen Confidential, star of numerous food and travel TV shows, and one of the food world's most outspoken voices, died June 8. He was 61. CNN, the network that produced his award-winning travel show Parts Unknown, announced the news and noted that the cause of death was suicide. Bourdain rose to national fame in 2000 with the debut of his memoir Kitchen Con...

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2018-06-08 11:43:18



In Anthony Bourdain, the Food World Found One of Its Strongest Voices  

The television host and writer, who died today at 61, changed how we talk about food Anthony Bourdain, the author of Kitchen Confidential, star of numerous food and travel TV shows, and one of the food world's most outspoken voices, died June 8. He was 61. CNN, the network that produced his award-winning travel show Parts Unknown, announced the news and noted that the cause of death was suicide. Bourdain rose to national fame in 2000 with the debut of his memoir Kitchen Con...

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2018-06-08 11:43:18



Andrew Zimmern on Bourdain: 'You Don't Know Which of Your Friends Is Suffering'  

The fellow chef and television host conveys his heartbreak over the loss of his friend TV personality and chef Andrew Zimmern was a longtime friend of food-world icon Anthony Bourdain, who died earlier today. In a phone call this morning, he spoke of his heartbreak, the perverse nature of mental health issues, and Bourdain's longterm legacy. We lost, in my opinion, one of the greatest social commentators and brilliant minds of my generation. His wisdom — people saw him t...

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2018-06-08 11:01:11



New Yorker Editor David Remnick on Anthony Bourdain  

Bourdain's tell-all essay for the magazine led to his breakout book Kitchen Confidential, and the rest was history The essay that propelled Anthony Bourdain from weathered, seen-it-all chef to the exceedingly humane, globe-trotting, seen-it-all icon, "Don'€™t Eat Before Reading This," was given to New Yorker editor David Remnick as an unsolicited manuscript. In a brief phone call, Remnick recounted how he came across the work of Bourdain, who died earlier today, an...

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2018-06-08 10:26:34



Anthony Bourdain Is Dead at 61  

The food world mourns the global celebrity Anthony Bourdain has died at age 61. The chef, author, and TV host was found Friday morning in his hotel room in France, where he was filming an episode of his CNN show Parts Unknown. CNN confirms the cause of death was suicide. If you or anyone you know is considering suicide or self-harm or is anxious, depressed, upset, or needs to talk, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255 or text the Crisis Text Line at

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2018-06-08 09:56:20



Anthony Bourdain's Most Memorable Quotes  

The late and great had a way with words Anthony Bourdain, the host of culinary travelogue Parts Unknown and one of the food world's biggest voices, has died. He was a father, filmmaker, television host, chef, speaker, educator, and author. To most of the people that knew him or knew of him, Bourdain was simply strikingly, delightfully good with words. Though his focus was within the world of food, he could speak eloquently and powerfully on nearly any topic, from Armenian gen...

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2018-06-08 08:22:12



Jerry Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' Returns to Netflix in July  

Ellen DeGeneres, Dave Chapelle, and Kate McKinnon are among the guests slated to appear this season Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee will premiere its 10th season on Netflix Friday, July 6, reports Deadline. Iconic jokester Jerry Seinfeld's roving talk show, in which professional funny people are taxied to restaurants across America in vintage automobiles, is moving to the streaming platform after publishing its first nine seasons as a web series on Crackle. Old episodes of ...

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2018-06-07 13:27:47



Watch: How Injera Brings Together Rome's Ethiopian Community  

Dining on a Dime digs into an array of rich dishes at Mesob in Rome Mesob, a restaurant located in the Pigneto neighborhood of Rome, serves some of the best Ethiopian food I've had outside of Ethiopia. With a strong focus on injera — the sour, spongy bread that accompanies every Ethiopian meal — and a heavy use of earthy, berbere spices, my meal at Mesob taught me that Italian food does not have to mean pizza and pasta. On my visit last year to Ethiopia I was taken by th...

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2018-06-07 13:17:23



Everything You Need to Know About Eating Activated Charcoal  

It's not going to kill you, but don't overdo it Editor's note: This story was originally published June 7, 2017. It was updated June 7, 2018 to reflect the NYC Department of Health's recent crackdown on charcoal-infused foods. If you've taken a peek through Instagram recently, one thing is clear: Black food is everywhere. Perhaps a goth response to the ubiquity of unicorn lattes and rainbow bagels, dyeing foods a deep, inky black has become one of the year's bigg...

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2018-06-07 13:08:59



Salt Bae's LA Burger Restaurant Officially Has a Location  



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2018-06-07 12:11:32



Iconic Atlanta Restaurant Cakes & Ale Announces Closure  



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2018-06-07 11:57:41



Queer Eye's Season 2 Trailer Teases More Tears of Joy  

The Netflix phenomenon returns for its second season June 15 The hit Netflix reboot of Queer Eye, which made a divisive star of its food expert Antoni Porowski and inspired a flood of joyful tears during its winning first season, returns for its second season next Friday, June 15 — and its perfectly calibrated Season 2 trailer just landed, leaning in hard on the show's reputation to elicit pure, unbridled emotion. The clip, which features Porowski along with fellow life-c...

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2018-06-07 10:59:58



Scott Pruitt Ate at the White House Mess So Often They Asked Him to Stop   

The very affordable U.S. Navy-run restaurant isn't a personal dining hall Add this etiquette violation to the long list of things Scott Pruitt can't get right. The Environmental Protection Agency chief is under more than a dozen ethical investigations covering travel expenses, lobbying rules, housing arrangements, mattress purchases, and most recently, enlisting an EPA aide to get his wife a Chick-fil-A franchise. And apparently, through it all, he's been dining at the Wh...

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2018-06-07 10:33:55



Watch a Preview of Anthony Bourdain's Visit to Berlin on 'Parts Unknown'  

Plus, Joël Robuchon closes one of his three Michelin star restaurants, and more of today's food news This week on Parts Unknown, globetrotting TV host/author Anthony Bourdain heads to Berlin, which he finds is an "anomaly among German metropolises." The city has a dark, fractured (literally) past, but its modern inhabitants are accepting and creative. Bourdain travels around with psychedelic rocker Anton Newcombe, frontman of Brian Jonestown Massacre, and electronic musi...

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2018-06-07 10:18:10



New York City's Nomad Hotel Is Heading to London  



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2018-06-07 09:35:01



Would-Be-Chefs Can Master the Trade Playing 'Overcooked'  

The kitchen video game has all the drama of 'Chopped' with the added rush of battling monsters It turns out I'm much better at cooking food in the real world than in the virtual one. I discovered this while playing the video game Overcooked on the Nintendo Switch. My husband's the video game player in the family, but conveniently used the excuse, "Ooh, a cooking game! Maybe Missy will actually play this one!" as justification to buy an entirely new video game syste...

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2018-06-07 09:25:28



Starbucks Coffee Just Got a Little Bit Pricier  

The chain raised the price on all sizes of brewed coffee by 10 to 20 cents The price of a morning Starbucks visit may have just risen slightly, depending on one's beverage of choice: The coffee giant has instituted a price hike on its regular ol' brewed coffee, the Wall Street Journal reports. All sizes of brewed coffee are now 10 to 20 cents more expensive, meaning a tall brewed coffee now clocks in between $1.95 and $2.15 depending on the location, excluding tax. (That...

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2018-06-07 06:49:53



In a Heroic Bid for Inclusivity, Google Makes Its Salad Emoji Vegan-Friendly  

The new salad looks pretty sad, honestly In its latest move towards inclusivity, Google developers are ditching the egg in the Android salad emoji to make it more vegan-friendly. The company revealed the latest updates for Android P users today on its developers blog. The changes will include 157 new emoji, including bagels with cream cheese and updates to a few existing emoji, like the green salad, according to the Verge. "There's big talk about inclusion and diversity a...

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2018-06-06 17:38:55



How April Bloomfield Is Splitting From Ken Friedman  

Bloomfield is leaving her most iconic New York restaurant, but taking Tosca in San Francisco and Hearth & Hound in Los Angeles In December 2017, the chef April Bloomfield and her business partner Ken Friedman began the monthslong process of dividing their bicoastal restaurant empire following multiple, detailed allegations of sexual misconduct against Friedman. On Wednesday, the process concluded: Bloomfield will own and take full control of the group's West Coast restaur...

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2018-06-06 16:25:18



Ayesha Curry and Michael Mina's Much-Anticipated Houston Restaurant Debuts in July  



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2018-06-06 12:44:19



Pizza Delivery Man Detained by Immigration After Delivering to Military Base  

After the driver couldn't produce valid identification, the guard on duty called ICE After dropping food off at a military base in New York City last week, a pizza delivery man is facing possible deportation. Pablo Villavicencio, an Ecuadorian immigrant, delivered an order to Brooklyn's Fort Hamilton on Friday afternoon, and when he could not produce valid identification, the guard on duty called Immigration and Customs Enforcement, according to El Diario. Villavicencio is...

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2018-06-06 10:25:45



This Pizza Bouquet Is the Must-Have Wedding Accessory of Summer 2018  

Celebrate your special day with a bundle of pepperoni and mozzarella Just in time for peak wedding season, national pizzeria chain Villa Italian Kitchen is introducing a bouquet and boutonniere combo made entirely out of pizza ingredients. The restaurant will be giving away a few of these sets to lucky brides and grooms who enter a contest on the pizzeria's website (and every person who enters the contest gets a coupon for a free slice of Neapolitan-style pizza). New York ...

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2018-06-06 10:17:00



Taco Bell Is Testing Its Own Frosé, Which Means We Have Reached Peak Frosé  

Plus, Oreo rolls out five new flavors, and more food news Frose (aka frozen rose, aka the official beverage of summer as long as summer continues to exist) is headed to a couple of Taco Bell's hip Cantina locations. The chain plans to test a "berry frose twisted freeze" this summer at its Cantina locations in Newport Beach, California, and Dearborn, Illinois. The beverage will run $7.99 in Newport Beach and $5.49 in Dearborn, according to a press release, and T-Bell ...

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2018-06-06 09:34:38



How to Eat Your Way Across America's Beaches  

Eater goes coastal — and beyond — to find the best ocean and lakeside dining Indisputable fact: Food is just better next to a body of water. Think about it — even the crummiest tourist trap crabcake tastes pretty great with a salty breeze blowing through your hair and ocean waves droning in the background. American food is often thought of as a patchwork of regional specialties, and some of the best this country has to offer is defined by its proximity to water, from th...

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2018-06-06 09:31:01



A Brief History of Drinking Cocktails From Coconuts  

From Mai Tais to pina coladas, how your favorite vacation drinking vessel came to be A luscious-looking cocktail served in a coconut is a symbol of beach vacations the world over. They call to mind blended pina coladas topped with maraschino cherries and colorful straws; mai tais with delicately balanced little paper parasols. Rupert Holmes's one-hit wonder "Escape (The Pina Colada Song)" makes no mention of the coconut serving vessel, but they've been immortalized in a...

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2018-06-06 09:31:01



Behind the Counter at Baja's Best Seafood Shack  

Mariscos Yiyo's in Ensenada is serving up some of the freshest octopus, shrimp, and clams in the region Alberto "Yiyo" Castro Roman often gets a jolt from his early-morning surf session, part of his daily routine in Playa Hermosa, Ensenada, in Baja California, Mexico. But Roman isn't a surfer; as the owner of the popular Mariscos Yiyo's, which he opened on the playa in 2010, he's a street-food vendor who happens to make some of the best seafood in the region. Roma...

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2018-06-06 09:30:07






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