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The Eater Guide to the Southwest  

Where to eat in the land of red canyons and green chile cheeseburgers Driving through the rugged expanse of America's Southwest, you can't deny that there's a cinematic feel to the place: the painted deserts, grand canyons, rocky spires, and dramatic peaks. The American Indians who've called this region home for millennia consider the land sacred. The waves of colonizers who followed, from the Spanish to turquoise-hunting tourists, have all believed in the power of the ...

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2019-01-23 12:02:10



The Essential Restaurants in Park City, Utah   

Where to eat in Utah's fanciest ski town Just 35 minutes from Salt Lake international airport, Park City is an alpine oasis that has something for everyone: a walkable downtown, picture-perfect mountains, and an enviable food scene. And when big events come to town — here's looking at you, Sundance — the parties get even hotter and a bit of Hollywood glamour fills the town's historic Main Street. Whether the occasion calls for dinner and drinks after indulging in S...

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2019-01-23 12:01:57



The 17 Essential Restaurants in Albuquerque  

Where to eat chile-slathered combo plates, crisp banh mi, and carne-stuffed sopapillas in New Mexico's biggest city Like its famed enchiladas drowned in blankets of red and green chile sauce, Albuquerque is swimming in traditional New Mexican restaurants. While the city has a strong culinary identity rooted in classic Southwestern flavors, its food scene is truly as diverse as its people. The restaurants that define it include low-key staples as well as buzzy trendsetters, al...

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2019-01-23 12:00:00



Where to Eat at the Grand Canyon   

From biscuits and gravy near the West Rim to Navajo tacos along the South Rim to grilled steaks in the canyon itself, here's what to eat while you take in the views You load up the car, get on the highway, and consume nothing but coffee until you've arrived. It's the Great American Road Trip, and no place embodies the spirit of it quite like the Grand Canyon. The 277-mile-long, 6,093-foot-deep wonder isn't just a destination, it's the destination. Visiting the Grand...

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2019-01-23 12:00:00



The Eater Guide to the Southwest  

Where to eat in the land of red canyons and green chile cheeseburgers Driving through the rugged expanse of America's Southwest, you can't deny that there's a cinematic feel to the place: the painted deserts, grand canyons, rocky spires, and dramatic peaks. The American Indians who've called this region home for millennia consider the land sacred. The waves of colonizers who followed, from the Spanish to turquoise-hunting tourists, have all believed in the power of th...

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2019-01-23 12:00:00



'Dexter' Star Michael C. Hall Will Perform a Skittles Commercial Live on Broadway   

Of course this is a Super Bowl stunt For its Super Bowl stunt this year, Skittles is not officially planning to air a commercial during the sporting event, but the candy company is going to have Dexter star Michael C. Hall perform a musical ad on Broadway that afternoon. Hall explains this somewhat confusing premise in a new advertisement hyping the theatrical performance of the other advertisement. "To be clear, the ad won't be on the actual game — people will buy tic...

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2019-01-22 11:54:25



Furloughed Federal Workers Supposedly Surviving on Soylent Is So Very 2019  

Is this a viral marketing stunt, or has our dystopian future arrived? It's barely three-quarters of the way through January, and already a story has emerged that seems to perfectly encapsulate the early 2019 hellscape: According to a somewhat dubious Reddit post, two furloughed federal workers are subsisting solely on the Silicon Valley-born meal replacement known as Soylent so they can afford to feed their infant child. Titling his post "Soylent has financially saved my f...

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2019-01-22 11:12:00



Furloughed Federal Workers Supposedly Surviving on Soylent Is So Very 2019  

Is this a viral marketing stunt, or has our dystopian future arrived? It's barely three-quarters of the way through January, and already a story has emerged that seems to perfectly encapsulate the early 2019 hellscape: According to a somewhat dubious Reddit post, two furloughed federal workers are subsisting solely on the Silicon Valley-born meal replacement known as Soylent so they can afford to feed their infant child. Titling his post "Soylent has financially saved my f...

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2019-01-22 11:12:00



Order the Congee  

Chefs around the country are turning to porridge to show diners who they are At the buzziest new restaurant in Los Angeles, one of the early standouts is a pink bowl filled with rice porridge and a painter's palette of earth-tone toppings. Ruptured by the side of my spoon, the onsen egg spilled yellow across the nubby surface, and a stir of XO sauce added savory fire to a comforting bite, a perfect antidote for the chill in the air on the restaurant's opening night. This ...

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2019-01-22 10:43:54



Munchery Is the Latest Meal Delivery Service to Go Bust   

The company announced it was ceasing operations in a letter to customers yesterday Yet another Silicon Valley-backed meal delivery service has gone the way of the dodo: After nine years in business and number of radical concept changes, Munchery is no more. In an email to customers yesterday, the meal delivery company announced that it was ceasing operations immediately. Last May, Munchery laid off around 250 of its workers — approximately 30 percent of its workforce at th...

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2019-01-22 10:24:27



Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for France  

The country has two new three-star restaurants Yesterday, Michelin announced its starred restaurant selections for France. And in 2019, the fine dining guide to the tire company's home country grew by a massive 75 new starred restaurants, "a record level never seen before," according to a press release. The biggest news for French fine-dining aficionados: The list includes two new three-star establishments. Chef Mauro Colagreco's Menton restaurant Mirazur was bumped ...

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2019-01-22 09:55:44



GoFundMe for Restaurant Ripped Off by Fyre Festival Raises More Than $150K  

Plus, Taco Bell is making its food spicier for the Southeast Asian market, and more news to start your day Public rallies around restaurant ripped off by Fyre Festival Fyre Festival, the luxury music festival-turned-epic shit show that is now the subject of not one but two documentaries, didn't just terrorize attendees with tents, shitty sandwiches, and a complete lack of Blink-182: One Bahamian restaurant owner says she was forced to spend her life savings to pay her staff ...

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2019-01-22 09:12:00



April Bloomfield Closes Hearth & Hound in Los Angeles  



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2019-01-20 11:27:33



Watch SNL's Gillette Commercial Parody Featuring the Kool-Aid Man  

The sketch addresses a very specific form of toxic masculinity involving large red men who break through walls Last night's Rachel Brosnahan-hosted episode of SNL included a Kool-Aid-themed parody of the Gillette's Super Bowl commercial "We Believe." Like its inspiration, this fake-ad aims to sell a product by tackling toxic masculinity — but in this case, the pernicious culture is specifically men crashing through walls with jugs of Kool-Aid saying "Oh yeah!" T...

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2019-01-19 09:12:00



'Fyre' and 'Fyre Fraud' Are Two Excellent Documentaries About a Disastrous Festival   

Streaming recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on January 18, 2019, 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. It's been a hamberder of a week so far. Now it's time to shift gears and think about weekend TV watching. I've got recommendations for two ...

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2019-01-18 17:42:30



Is Salt Bae Actually Tip-Skimming Bae?   

A new lawsuit claims that the viral chef engaged in some shady wage practices at his Manhattan restaurant In addition to twinkle-dropping salt flakes all over people's steaks, a new lawsuit alleges that viral superstar Salt Bae has been plucking tip money from employees at his Manhattan steakhouse, Nusr-Et. A former waiter named Mustafa Fteja claims that Salt Bae — whose real name is Nusret Gökçe — pooled tips and "retained the gratuities" at his restaurant, inclu...

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2019-01-18 11:48:21



'Top Chef Kentucky' Recap: A Beef Challenge That Goes Off the Rails  

The chefs are asked to prepare hot brown for Lena Waithe, and beef for Dario Cecchini and Nancy Silverton The new, meat-centric episode of Top Chef Kentucky features the biggest collective culinary collapse of the season so far — and the chefs get a drubbing from the judges during the elimination round. Here's how it all goes down: Upon arriving at the Top Chef manor after last week's elimination, the cheftestepants are thrilled that Brother Luck, the Last Chance Kitch...

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2019-01-18 09:50:15



Domino's Is Hell-Bent on World Pizza Domination  

Plus, a new way to use all those OpenTable points, and more news to start your day Domino's will cover the earth in pepperoni pizza Not a fan of Domino's pizza? Tough, because the delivery chain is plotting world domination: The company says it will open nearly 10,000 new stores over the next six years. "You don't get to be dominant number one in the world without being dominant in every neighborhood," CEO Rich Allison said at an investor conference on Thursday. (Doe...

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2019-01-18 09:17:00



Restaurant Industry Pros Embrace the Side Hustle  

Restaurants can be all-consuming, but these chefs and restaurateurs are exploring talents outside the kitchen Chef Naomi Pomeroy opened her third business in Portland, Oregon, last year. The space she found, just a five-minute drive from her tasting-menu restaurant Beast and bar Expatriate, wasn't right for a restaurant, and so she didn't open a restaurant. Instead, Pomeroy channeled a decade of experience arranging flowers at Beast into her very own flower shop, Colibri. A...

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2019-01-17 13:05:10



Eating Is an Existential Chore on 'Forever' and 'The Good Place'  

In the afterlives of both comedies, the protagonists rarely find pleasure at the table When I was younger, my mother and I would play a game. It started with a simple question: "If you could eat one [X] for the rest of your life, what would it be?" The [X] in question varied: sometimes we'd leave it totally open; sometimes reduce it to a cuisine or restaurant dish or a fruit or a cheese. But there would always be one condition attached: Every time you ate the thing, it wo...

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2019-01-17 10:02:40



Brands Step Up to Feed Furloughed Federal Workers  

Plus, Shake Shack is launching food trucks, and more news to start your day Brands like Sweetgreen and Kraft feed furloughed federal workers The government shutdown is now in its fourth week, making it more costly than Trump's proposed border wall. As 800,000 federal workers are forced to go without paychecks and some are resorting to food banks to feed their families, brands are pitching in to help (and generate some warm and fuzzy PR for themselves in the process): Kraft o...

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2019-01-17 09:44:21



Mirazur Chef Mauro Colagreco Opens first U.S. Restaurant in Palm Beach  



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2019-01-16 15:38:26



NYC Empire-Builder Alex Stupak Considers a Future Beyond Mexican Food   



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2019-01-16 12:29:47



Watch: Seafood Small Plates, Castles, and Cliffs in Sintra, Portugal  

The Harris family tries small plates of octopus salad, beef cheek, cod croquettes, and garlic shrimp Welcome back to Travel, Eat, Repeat: Eater's new series produced, edited, and hosted by filmmaker and vlogger Iz Harris. The Harris family is continuing their tour of Portugal's coast and making the 45 minute drive from Lisbon to a town called Sintra — a resort town in the foothills of Portugal's Sintra Mountains. While once a haven for the royals, Sintra is now a big t...

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2019-01-16 12:07:53



Watch José Andrés and Jimmy Fallon Have a Heartfelt Discussion About Puerto Rico  

Over lunch on the beach, the chef and 'Tonight Show' host discuss lessons learned from Hurricane Maria and its aftermath As part of his week-long celebration of Puerto Rico, Tonight Show host Jimmy Fallon took a break from zip-lining through the jungle and guest-starring in Hamilton to have lunch with Jose Andres, the acclaimed Spanish-American chef and founder of the disaster relief non-profit group World Central Kitchen. The segment from last night's episode begins ...

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2019-01-16 10:50:16



Previous World's 50 Best Winners Are Ineligible for This Year's List  

Any restaurant that's held the no. 1 spot is now off the list for good Last year, the World's 50 Best Restaurants list seemingly decided that it wanted to do better. Through a September statement from director Helène Pietrini, the international restaurant-ranking organization announced that it would have a 50/50 gender balance on its voting academy and would urge those voters to "explore a diverse mix of restaurants." Now they're putting another measure in place to...

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2019-01-16 10:02:05



Valentine's Day Dinner at White Castle Actually Isn't the Worst Idea  

Plus, celebs throw shade at Trump's fast-food feast, and more news to start your day White Castle is now taking Valentine's Day reservations The most commercialized and pointless of all the consumer holidays is right around the corner, and right on cue, White Castle is now taking reservations for its annual Valentine's Day celebration, featuring actual hostesses, themed decor, and table service. Dining out on Valentine's Day is generally terrible, with its overcrowded ...

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2019-01-16 09:42:10



Dear Restaurants, Your Inaccessibility Is the Opposite of Hospitality  

For an industry built on hospitality, too many restaurants still pay lip service to — or flat-out ignore — the Americans with Disabilities Act This is Eater Voices, where chefs, restaurateurs, writers, and industry insiders share their perspectives about the food world, tackling a range of topics through the lens of personal experience. First-time writer? Don't worry, we'll pair you with an editor to make sure your piece hits the mark. If you want to write an Eater Voic...

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2019-01-16 09:12:01



A Tour of the Great 'Sopranos' Headshot Restaurants  

One fan's account of a mad dash through red sauce restaurants in New York and New Jersey I definitely pissed off a member of the Bamonte family. I didn't mean to do it. I was trying to explain to Nicole Bamonte that I'm writing about how I will try, and likely enjoy, any establishment that displays one or more autographed photos of a cast member from The Sopranos, that it's a seal of approval for me when I walk into a place in the Tri-State area and see a glossy with Vi...

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2019-01-15 13:02:33



Watch: How to Make Your Own Dry-Aged Kronnerburger at Home  

Prime Time takes on a DIY dry-aging challenge with just a mini-fridge and a fan The Bay Area's cult favorite burger is undoubtedly the Kronnerburger — a 120-day dry-aged beef patty topped with lettuce, onion, dill pickles, and white cheddar mayo. The chef behind the illustrious burger is Chris Kronner, who closed his Oakland restaurant last year but now fans of the burger attempting to make their own versions at home, thanks to a new cookbook. Kronner also travels the coun...

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2019-01-15 10:41:03



Starbucks Will Install Needle Disposal Boxes in Some of Its Bathrooms   



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2019-01-15 10:03:59



Poop Emoji Soft-Serve Is All the Rage in Tokyo  

FDA inspectors head back to work without pay, and more news to start your day Poop emoji soft-serve is here to haunt your dreams A cafe in Tokyo's fashionable Harajuku neighborhood is hawking soft-serve that looks like the poop emoji, complete with googly eyes and a toilet-shaped bowl. Gross? Maybe, but this soft-serve innovation was written in the stars: In case you never noticed, the poop emoji and the ice cream cone emoji are THE SAME DAMN THING. Behold: I made a sta...

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2019-01-15 09:52:40



The Best Reactions to Donald Trump's 'Hamberder' Feast for Clemson Players   

The POTUS showcased his love of junk food at the White House last night Although Bill Clinton had a noted love of Big Macs, Donald Trump may truly go down in history as the president who adored fast food. He ate it constantly on the campaign trail. He's been known to ask the White House kitchen to make copycat versions of Quarter Pounders and fried apple pies, his favorite McDonald's treats. He occasionally enjoys a cheeseburger or two in bed. And last night, while hosting ...

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2019-01-14 18:17:25



Whole Foods Pulls Back on Its Cheaper 365 Stores  

The grocer won't open any more locations of its millennial-bait 365 store, claiming prices at Whole Foods are more affordable now anyway After two and a half years and 12 store openings, Whole Foods is abandoning its cheaper 365 by Whole Foods concept. The grocer will not open any more 365 locations going forward, according to internal emails from CEO John Mackey reported by Yahoo Finance, though the current stores will remain open. Geared towards (who else!) millennials, th...

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2019-01-14 15:45:40



Watch: Can Any of These Four Unitasking Gadgets Outperform a Chef?  

Taking on kitchen unitaskers for garlic, corn on the cob, and deveining shrimp Making some of our daily routines easier and faster is all that the humble unitasker has ever wanted to do. But as we've seen by testing a handful of unitasking gadgets for the kitchen — like one that will make salad chopping easier or one that will fan out avocados — some of them don't save you time or piece of mind, and they rarely ever save you money. Up for review on this episode of the...

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2019-01-14 11:29:19



'McJesus' Sculpture Depicting Crucified Ronald McDonald Sparks Protests in Israel  

A museum displaying the work was the site of a violent incident last week Three police officers were injured in an incident at the Haifa Museum of Art in Haifa, Israel on Friday, as hundreds of Arab Christian protesters tried to break into the building to remove a sculpture depicting a crucified likeness of McDonald's mascot Ronald McDonald. Local police used tear gas and stun grenades to control the crowd of protesters, some of whom were hurling rocks, the Independent report...

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2019-01-14 10:00:05



An Egg Beat Kylie Jenner's Record for Most-Liked Instagram Post  

Plus, a Skittles musical is coming to Broadway, and more news to start your week View this post on Instagram Let's set a world record together and get the most liked post on Instagram. Beating the current world record held by Kylie Jenner (18 million)! We got this #LikeTheEgg #EggSoldiers #EggGang A post shared by EGG GANG (@world_record_egg) on Jan 4, 2019 at 9:05am PST This egg is now the most-liked Instagram photo...

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2019-01-12 09:12:06



'Support the Girls' Is an Excellent Comedy Set in a Shabby Breastaurant  

Weekend streaming recommendations and a roundup of the week's food pop culture news  This post originally appeared on January 11, 2019, 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 "Marie Kondo" all the work you didn't finish this week and start planning what you're going to watch and eat between now and Monday. I've g...

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2019-01-11 11:15:55



'Top Chef Kentucky' Recap: The Unlikely Return of Brother Luck   

This episode includes a mini-Restaurant Wars, a cocktail party challenge, and a surprising cameo After a drama-filled Restaurant Wars double-header, the cheftestepants of Top Chef Kentucky get a blast from the past in a cocktail party-themed episode that contains one of the biggest surprises of the season so far. Fresh after his win as maitre d' of the pop-up North East, Brian feels a renewed sense of confidence, while Kelsey is starting to feel a bit rundown. "I literall...

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2019-01-11 09:58:08



Taco Bell Wants to Be More Vegetarian-Friendly  

Plus, how the Supreme Court could change the mail-order wine biz, and more news to round out the week Taco Bell caters to the meatless crowd One of the most vegetarian-friendly fast-food chains wants to be even more so: Taco Bell will test a vegetarian menu this year. The pseudo-Mexican chain has long been patronized by vegetarians for its bean burritos and cheese quesadillas, among other menu items. And in other news... • A Supreme Court case could drastically affect the ...

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2019-01-11 09:12:03



Impossible Foods Will Attempt the Impossible: a 'World-Class' Meatless Steak  

The company hopes to conquer the holy grail of meat A leader in the fake-meat industry has a few tricks up its sleeve for the new year. Impossible Foods — which first created the beef substitute that cooks, chews, and bleeds like meat (but is actually made from potato and wheat protein) — is not only retooling its beef recipe and rolling out non-burger shaped ground beef, but it's also hoping to conquer what some consider the holy grail of meat dishes: the steak. In an i...

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2019-01-10 10:32:55



The Absolutely Essential Restaurants in 25 Eater Cities  

From an iconic pastrami sandwich in LA to Lebanese stuffed lamb in Detroit Killer chicken wings in Atlanta. Destination Indian for vegetarians in Austin. Brand new dim sum in Philadelphia. And that's just the beginning. Those are just a few of the newest additions to the Eater 38 across 25 different cities. The Eater 38 serves as the answer to the age-old question, "Where should we eat for dinner tonight?" Each city's individual map works to incorporate a range of neig...

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2019-01-10 09:51:32



Taco Bell Constructs Nacho Cheese-Dispensing Billboard  

KFC wants to give you a bowl haircut, and more news to start your day Taco Bell's cheesiest advertisement of all time Taco Bell is constructing a nacho cheese-dispensing billboard in Toronto. While it's not yet clear whether said liquid cheese will flow like a waterfall or merely be spat out in pre-packaged plastic cups, the fast-food chain is encouraging fans "to bring any snack they like" to get slathered in the stuff. The billboard is slated to make its debut next S...

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2019-01-09 16:21:25



Avocado Shortage Could Endanger Football Fans' Super Bowl Guacamole  

A Mexican fuel shortage could prevent farmers from meeting demands for the dip's key ingredient It may be time to start making an alternate game plan for Super Bowl Sunday chip dip. A major fuel shortage in Mexico is threatening farmers' abilities to ship avocados to the United States in time for the annual NFL football championship, Reuters reports. Cue the guacpocalypse. In an effort to curb rampant fuel theft by criminal organizations, the Mexican government-run oil co...

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2019-01-09 16:13:53



Why Cheese Plates Are Everywhere Right Now, Explained by a Cheese Plate Influencer   



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2019-01-09 15:59:07



So Who's Inspecting Our Food During the Government Shutdown?  

The partial shutdown has kept most FDA inspectors at home The ongoing partial government shutdown — which has seen the furloughing of "non-essential" government employees after Congress failed to come to agreement over funding — has apparently furloughed some folks most people would consider pretty essential: The Food and Drug Administration inspectors tasked with insuring the nation's food is safe. The Washington Post reports the FDA, which regulates all processed f...

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2019-01-09 15:16:13



Comedian Aparna Nancherla Visits Danny Meyer's New Lexus Restaurant  

On the Upsell this week: Dan meets Aparna Nancherla at Danny Meyer's newest restaurant Late last year restaurateur Danny Meyer started cashing in on Lexus money when he and his hospitality group Union Square Hospitality Group opened a New York City restaurant sponsored by the luxury car company — a move Upsell hosts Dan and Amanda argued made Meyer a bit of a sellout. Given the name Intersect by Lexus, the bi-level Meatpacking District restaurant is where Dan is meeting up...

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2019-01-09 12:13:02



YouTuber Iz Harris Is a Master Storyteller (and Eater's Newest Host)  

Meet the editor, producer, and host of 'Travel, Eat, Repeat' Iz Harris hardly considers herself a food expert. "I know that's going to come across in these videos," says the filmmaker, globetrotter, and vlogger, the host, producer, and editor of Eater's new series, Travel, Eat, Repeat. In the video series, Harris travels along Portugal's coast, eating and swerving her way through colorful city corners with her two young sons, Henry and Oliver, and her husband, Vox...

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2019-01-09 12:08:37



Watch: Spending Ten Hours in Lisbon for Pastéis de Nata, Piri-Piri Chicken, and Gelato  

Filmmaker Iz Harris and her family beat jet lag to spend a perfect day of eating Welcome to Travel, Eat, Repeat: Eater's new series produced, edited, and hosted by filmmaker and vlogger Iz Harris. Season one follows Harris as she travels the coast of Portugal, eating and swerving her way through colorful city corners with her two young sons and husband. Lisbon, Portugal — a city true to its iconic narrow cobblestone streets, vintage yellow trams, and steep city walkways ...

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2019-01-09 10:53:57



Watch Stephen Colbert Explain the Government Shutdown With Beer   

An all-nude restaurant in Paris closes, and more food news to start your day Colbert's beer-filled Trump rant As the government shutdown lurches into its third week, Stephen Colbert decided it was time to explain the impact of this decision by President Donald Trump, with the help of some beer. In a new clip from the Late Show, Colbert notes that the shutdown could impact craft brewers across the country, who can't get approval for new beer labels. This breakdown of prot...

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2019-01-09 10:46:00



CES's Kitchen of the Future Is Sort of a Nightmare  

Camera-laden appliances, voice-activated faucets: Seriously, who asked for this? The kitchen of the future is here, and it's one that no one asked for. CES 2019, this year's iteration of the annual Consumer Electronics Show, just opened in Las Vegas, and as per usual, the gadgets unveiled so far reveal a unique perspective on the everyday lifestyle problems that consumers apparently want solved. The problems? Too much privacy in kitchens! And not enough things that can be s...

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2019-01-08 13:05:50



Man Who Got Trapped Inside Burger King Bathroom Sues Over 'Free Food for Life' Apology Deal  

Alabama authorities warn drivers not to eat chicken tenders spilled on the roadside, and more news to start your day A fast-food nightmare and the apology that didn't stick An Oregon man who got trapped inside the bathroom of a Burger King location is now suing the chain over reneging on the "free food for life" deal a manager originally offered as an apology. The incident occurred last month when the customer, a fellow named Curtis Brooner, used the restroom at his ...

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2019-01-08 09:22:09



How Restaurants Are Working to Destigmatize Menstrual Products  

By offering free tampons and pads in bathrooms, operators are creating more inclusive spaces There are any number of reasons why someone might breathe a sigh of relief when they get to a restaurant bathroom — because they've escaped the overload of a noisy dining room, because they made it to the toilet before soiling themselves, or maybe, just maybe, because the restaurant has extended the idea of hospitality to their restrooms, providing not only toilet paper and fancy so...

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2019-01-07 17:13:24



Watch: A Vietnamese Short Rib Dish That's Better Steamed, Grilled, and Deep Fried  

Di An Di chef and owner Dennis Ngo experimented with the cut for weeks before adding it to the menu "This is so much better than a braise," proclaims Prime Time host Brent Young after trying the short rib dish at New York's Di An Di. Chef and owner Dennis Ngo had been playing with this short rib dish for weeks before putting it on the menu of his Vietnamese restaurant in Greenpoint; ultimately deciding that the only way to prepare the cut was to steam it, grill it, and th...

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2019-01-07 16:51:53



Gaze Upon the Kids' Menu at Thomas Keller's Mexican Restaurant  

The Napa Valley auteur reinvents himself once again Yountville, California newcomer La Calenda represents two big "firsts" for chef Thomas Keller: It's his first Mexican restaurant, and his first establishment with a kids' menu. Although he's perhaps best known for the three-hour-long, bazillion-course tastings at The French Laundry and Per Se, Mr. Oysters and Pearls decided to scale things down a bit for the children's menu at his new cafe — a collaboration bet...

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2019-01-07 12:25:12



'Top Chef' Fans Are Mad as Hell at Amazon Right Now  

The second half of "Restaurant Wars" is mysteriously missing from the streaming service's library Loyal Top Chef fans who use Amazon Prime Video to watch the show are livid over the fact that the most recent episode is missing from the digital library four days after it premiered on TV. Making matters worse, this episode is the second half of a Restaurant Wars cliffhanger — typically, one of the most popular episodes of each season. Users have flooded Top Chef Kentucky...

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2019-01-07 10:03:32



Melissa McCarthy Smuggled a Bunch of Ham Sandwiches Into the Golden Globes  

The comedy superstar handed them out to fellow famished attendees Although a full meal is served to guests before the Golden Globe Awards telecast begins, Melissa McCarthy — a nominee last night for her work in Can You Ever Forgive Me? — took it upon herself to provide some extra nourishment to her Hollywood colleagues by giving away ham sandwiches on the sly. The movie star purchased a bunch of cute little individually-wrapped meat and cheese-stuffed baguettes from ...

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2019-01-07 09:55:23



$3 Million Bluefin Tuna Breaks Auction Record at Tsukiji Fish Market  

Plus, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez takes a jab at Hipster Brooklyn's "bespoke quiche spots," and more news to start your day Bluefin tuna fetches record price at auction A wealthy Japanese businessman forked over more than $3 million for a single bluefin tuna at the first tuna auction of the new year at Tokyo's recently relocated Tsukiji fish market. The fish weighed 612 pounds, putting the price per pound at nearly $5,000. Bronx-born Congresswoman pokes fun at rival boro...

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2019-01-07 09:32:05



What the Mug Cake Trend Says About Eating in 2019  

A food that traditionally brings people together in celebration has been turned into a quick, microwavable dessert to eat alone All of a sudden, mug cakes — those single-serving cakes mixed and cooked inside a mug — are everywhere. In the spring of 2017, Duncan Hines launched 18 flavors of mug cake mixes, including pineapple, apple cinnamon muffin, cookies and cream, and carrot cake. In May 2018, Starbucks stores began selling mug cake mixes alongside its coffee mugs. In Se...

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2019-01-07 09:06:05



Netflix's '7 Days Out' Explores the Cult of Perfectionism at Eleven Madison Park  

Weekend streaming recommendations and a roundup of the week's food pop culture news  This post originally appeared on January 4, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome to the first Friday afternoon of 2019. Last year was a great one for food TV, and I remain optimistic about the 12 months of culinary-themed entertainment ahead of us. To get the ball ro...

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2019-01-04 12:28:16



Watch: This New York Omakase Menu Is Devoted to Serving Bluefin Tuna  

Thanks to his own fish farm, chef Kuniaki Yoshizawa serves an accessible omakase "For those who have not yet eaten sushi before, we wanted to offer cheaper options so more people can eat and enjoy," says chef Kuniaki Yoshizawa of the philosophy behind his New York City restaurant, Wokuni. The reason for Wokuni's affordable sushi prices — $75 for signature omakase and $95 for premium — is because the restaurant has its own tuna farm in Nagasaki, Japan as well as a dist...

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2019-01-04 11:23:25



'Top Chef Kentucky' Recap: Slip-Sliding Into Restaurant Wars  

The pop-up restaurant challenge is especially chaotic this time around After challenges involving Churchill Downs, Maker's Mark, and a Christmas feast, the cheftestepants of Top Chef Kentucky are thrust into the gauntlet of Restaurant Wars. As always, this challenge involves the gang breaking up into teams to create pop-up restaurants — complete with full menus, design schemes, and staffs of bewildered cater waiters— in less than 48 hours. During the final judgement of t...

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2019-01-04 10:03:12



Chains Like Chopt and Sweetgreen Overrun by Salad-Eating Mobs  

A podcast about McDonald's short-lived foray into pizza, and more news to start your day New year resolution time in DC. Line of 50 for sweetgreen. pic.twitter.com/4XjCCC3pNz— NBS (@NBSinDC) January 2, 2019 Salad chains plagued by insanely long lines Fueled by all those damn New Year's resolutions to eat healthier, Manhattan salad chains like Chopt and Sweetgreen are being plagued by lines of as many as 100-plus people. Meanwhile, local outlets of fast-food c...

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2019-01-03 17:11:01



Dale Talde's Namesake Brooklyn Restaurant Has Closed  



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2019-01-03 16:19:10



Watch: The Master Chef Striving For Perfection at Joël Robuchon's Las Vegas Crown Jewel  

Inside the MGM Grand, executive chef Christophe de Lellis strives for perfection to honor his legendary mentor's legacy Chef Joël Robuchon had a reputation for exquisitely prepared dishes that demanded nothing less than perfection. When he died in August at age 73, the chef left behind a legacy of Michelin stars around the world and two restaurants in Las Vegas at the MGM Grand, including his namesake — the crown jewel in the Robuchon kingdom. Leading the team at the Veg...

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2019-01-03 12:17:02



What Climate Change Could Mean for the Dairy Industry   

The fate of nomadic dairy-herders in Mongolia may provide a chilling glimpse into the future of cheese in North America This story was originally published on Civil Eats. From coast to coast, American farmers are battling record-setting heat waves, fires, droughts, and excess rain. Partially deployed to calm grazing animals stressed by adverse weather, but also help stop, and even reverse, climate change, some dairy farmers are returning to 100 percent pasture-based diets fo

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2019-01-03 10:25:46



Is Organic Food Over?  

As corporations rush in to make a buck, some farmers are pushing back — and fighting for the soul of organic food One morning in 2015, instead of heading into the fields, a group of about 50 farmers gathered in a parking lot in Vermont — a handful on tractors. They arrived to protest outside a meeting of the National Organic Standards Board (NOSB); on a mountain of decomposing kale stalks, onion peels, and tomato stems, they objected to a proposal that would allow producers...

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2019-01-03 09:44:07



Step Aside Pizza Rat, Egg Roll Squirrel Has Arrived  

Brands embrace Bird Box memes, and more news to start your day Egg Roll Squirrel is the new Pizza Rat New year, new hungry rodent mascot: Behold this video of a chubby squirrel chowing down on an egg roll from his perch high in the tree tops. He follows a long line of internet-famous furry food lovers, including Doughnut Raccoon, Pizza Possum, and of course, the OG Pizza Rat. Doesn't look like this squirrels first egg roll #whatisnewyork pic.twitter.com/Heo30oe8w3— Wh...

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2019-01-03 09:22:06



How the Gooey, Cheesy Hot Brown Became a Kentucky Icon  

The open-faced sandwich has inspired endless imitators, but people still flock to Louisville's Brown Hotel to try the original "It's on a lot of people's bucket lists," says Mark Salmon of his employer, the Brown Hotel in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. The historic hotel is a destination not necessarily because of its rooms or amenities; rather, thousands of people from all over the country come every year to try the hot brown, a sandwich that's on par with the Derb...

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2019-01-02 17:06:33



Prue Leith Loves Feeding 'Great British Baking Show' Leftovers to Friendly Pigs  

Mary Berry would never... When The Great British Baking Show is over, necklace-rocking judge/style icon Prue Leith has been known to feed the leftover goodies from the competition to a group of local pigs. Leith's co-star Noel Fielding mentioned this A+ bit of gossip last week while appearing on a U.K. game show called The Big Fat Quiz Of The Year. In a clip for the show, host Jimmy Carr welcomes Baking Show Season 6 favorite Kim-Joy Hewlett on stage to pass out some fancy...

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2019-01-02 14:00:30



'Dead Bird' Is Fine Dining's Winter Aesthetic  

Tasting menus around the world celebrate fowl play with claws, heads, and feathers The hottest look this season is the look of a dead bird. In mid-October, fine dining trendsetter Noma transitioned to its game menu, serving a fried mallard wing with the feathers still on and ever since looking at it, I'm now noticing high-end restaurants across my Instagram feed are really into dead birds. It's not necessarily that they were inspired by Noma — rather, I believe my eye wa...

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2019-01-02 12:32:57



Watch: Making Meat Pies That are Both Savory and Sweet  

Two butchers find a new way to put their shop's extra fat to use— by baking with it One thing about running a whole animal butcher shop is that you end up with a lot of fat, according to butcher shop owners Ben Turley and Brent Young. And one way the duo has heard about putting that fat to use is to use it for baking. Claiming to not know anything about baking however, Turley and Young head to Petee's Pie in New York to pick owner Petra Peradez's brain on meat and pies....

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2019-01-02 10:09:34



The New York Restaurant Where the Menu Is Literally a Work of Art  

At Atomix, a set of colorful cards gives diners insight into Korean culture and a piece of the restaurant to take home A small brushed-metal tin of shortbread cookies. A humble jar of granola. A dark bottle of rich balsamic vinegar. These are among the gifts that the world's top fine dining restaurants give to guests at the conclusion of a meal. This year, a new tasting-menu restaurant joined that list with a takeaway that begs not to be eaten but admired under a pane of glas...

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2019-01-02 09:55:23



Chipotle Hops on the Keto Diet Trend  

Beyonce and Jay-Z wrote a cookbook intro, and more news to start your day Chipotle climbs aboard the keto bandwagon Just in time for all those pesky New Year's resolutions, Chipotle has launched keto, paleo, and Whole30 bowls. The "Lifestyle Bowls" are being promoted as only available via Chipotle's website and mobile app, but they don't actually contain any new ingredients (the keto bowl contains romaine lettuce, carnitas, salsa, cheese, and guacamole, for example)...

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2018-12-28 12:59:03



The Year That Bad Men Wouldn't Just Go Away  

More than one year after the restaurant industry's biggest #MeToo revelations, what has really changed? The word of the year should have been "divest." After chefs and restaurateurs Mario Batali, John Besh, Ken Friedman, and Charlie Hallowell were accused at the end of 2017 of sexual harassment and misconduct, all four men "voluntarily" "stepped away" from the "day-to-day operations" of their businesses. Many hoped what would follow is that four would go qui...

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2018-12-28 11:56:41



Stop Trying to Open Your Champagne With a Sword  

What happens when sabrage — a bottle-opening art form — goes very wrong Update: This story was originally published on December 27, 2016 and has been updated. Opening a beverage isn't typically laden with pomp and circumstance; jaws don't often drop when the tab is cracked on a Coke can, or when the cap is wrenched off of a beer. No wonder people are obsessed with the art of sabrage — what could be cooler than opening a bottle of Champagne with a sword? Unless you...

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2018-12-28 11:02:03



The Pleasures of Ina Garten  

For the fans that follow the Barefoot Contessa's recipes, what she's really selling, in addition to pleasure, is the confidence of a practiced cook Ina Garten is moaning in pleasure. She's just taken a bite of sugared brioche dipped in vanilla creme anglaise, and her enjoyment is visceral — and loud enough that a young man 10 paces away looks up from his phone with raised eyebrows. She puts her hand on her heart and lets out a deep, drawn out, "Ohhh myyyy goddd," be...

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2018-12-28 10:27:58



Skip the Negroni, Order a Fancy Shot Instead  

Forget the buttery nipples and mind erasers: these $5 shots are essentially mini craft cocktails Mood Ring, a bar nestled underneath the subway tracks in Bushwick, Brooklyn, sports an aesthetic that falls somewhere between an underground dive bar and a Wong Kar-wai movie. Patrons in leather jackets, Lolita-style dresses with sneakers, and band T-shirts with cut-off sleeves order off a menu on a TV monitor behind the circular bar advertising a monthly "Horoscope Cocktail" sp...

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2018-12-28 09:42:08



2018 Was the Year That Netflix Ruled Food TV   

By adopting a ravenous approach to the food world, and relying on fresh voices to tell their stories, the streaming giant ruled the culinary TV game this year "I think one of the main reasons I like Domino's is because I'm being told by the culinary snob patrol that I can't like it," says David Chang in the pilot of his Netflix series Ugly Delicious. The Momofuku chef/restaurateur is setting up a scene wherein he works a shift as a pie-maker and a delivery driver at...

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2018-12-28 09:11:03



The Year We Remembered That Restaurants Are Political Spaces Too  

The past year has been an ongoing reminder that restaurants have long been platforms for civil unrest, social justice, and activism It was supposed to be a quiet work dinner on a hot June evening in Washington, D.C. The United States Secretary of Homeland Security Kirstjen Nielsen and an unidentified companion chose to meet in a dark corner in the back of MXDC Cocina Mexicana, a scene-y Mexican restaurant and bar run by celebrity chef Todd English, just two blocks from the Whit

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2018-12-27 12:46:31



Watch: How One Chef Runs the Biggest Buffet in Las Vegas  

Chef Leticia Nunez oversees countless operations at Bacchanal Welcome to Chefs of the Strip, Eater's mini series following Las Vegas Strip chefs. Bacchanal Buffet, the enormous 25,000-square-foot dining experience, opened six years ago in Las Vegas with a roster of nine kitchens serving 500 dishes from breakfast to dinner. Caesars Palace spent an estimated $17 million in construction costs alone to build this all-you-can-eat buffet with three separate dining rooms that serv...

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2018-12-27 11:14:45



Like Them or Not, Cannabis Drinks Will Be Huge in 2019  

As more states legalize marijuana, companies are betting big on people wanting to sip, rather than smoke, their weed 2018 was inarguably the year of CBD: Marijuana's non-psychoactive, less giggly compound showed up everywhere promising everything from pain relief to anxiety reduction, from LaCroix-esque sparkling water and high-end gumdrops to body lotion and bath salts (not those kind of bath salts). But while CBD consumption can certainly lend a chilled-out vibe at the prop...

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2018-12-27 10:47:53



'Little Italy' Is the Worst Food Movie of 2018  

Do yourself a favor and skip this rom-com When the poster for Little Italy, a rom-com featuring Emma Roberts and Hayden Christensen, was found in the depths of Reddit back in May, people thought it was a joke — this movie simply looked too goofy to be real. Then, when the trailer was released two months later, it was confirmed that this was an actual movie, one that looked like a cheesy rip-off of My Big Fat Greek Wedding. After the internet had a field day making fun of thes...

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2018-12-27 09:42:06



Banning Plastic Straws Was 2018's Biggest Trend  

The movement to #StopSucking inspired cities to shelve plastic, but it also put a burden on people with disabilities   Since the dawn of soda counters, humans have been addicted to plastic straws, using them to slurp milkshakes, sip cocktails, and construct rudimentary crafts. But a funny thing happened in 2018 — people lost their love for the lowly single-use plastic straw. These days, whether you're at a trendy bar or out for a meal at a burger restaurant, it's n...

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2018-12-27 09:02:09



How to Order Caviar Without Going Totally Broke  

Remember: expensive doesn't necessarily mean better The world of dining and drinking is an obstacle course wrapped in a labyrinth wrapped in a logic puzzle — it's full of pitfalls, gray areas, and bewildering questions that really shouldn't even be questions (How do I find the bathroom?) and yet, somehow, are. Fortunately, your friends at Eater are here to help: Life Coachis a series of simple guides to the arcane rituals of modern dining. Have a question or a quandary ...

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2018-12-26 12:27:16



We Dare You Not to Buy All of These Extremely Photogenic Ceramic Mugs  

Where to buy the most steal-able ceramic mugs from coffeeshops and restaurants across the country The humble ceramic mug is no longer relegated to diners or dives these days, all brown and hourglass-shaped, with a few chips here and there. The trend toward the handmade in restaurants and cafes has quickly spilled over into drinking vessels, making coffee service something to look forward to (or at least enough to skip taking your cup to go). They can be as sculptural as they ar

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2018-12-26 11:12:10



The Biggest Food Technology Advances of 2018  

Freakishly human-sounding robot reservation systems, driverless delivery vehicles, and more If the food-centric technological advancements of 2018 are any indication, humans are closer than ever to a world in which they no longer have to interact with each other at restaurants, and the very act of consumption may soon be in for a major disruption. Automated delivery vehicles, robot cooks and servers, and new ways to experience flavor and meet daily nutritional standards will so

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2018-12-26 10:40:51



Cookbook and Movie Icon Madhur Jaffrey Craves Pasta But Eats Tuna Salad on Set  

The famous chef and actor is still getting a hang of the LA dining scene Over the last five decades, Madhur Jaffrey has bounced between the world's of acting and cooking, starring in dozens of acclaimed films and culinary shows, while also publishing some of the cookbook canon's most essential guides to Indian cuisine. This year, she embarked on a new adventure: joining the cast of NBC's Amy Poehler-produced sitcom I Feel Bad. Jaffrey plays Maya, the quick-witted, often ...

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2018-12-26 10:25:57



The Year Vegan Junk Food Went Mainstream  



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2018-12-26 10:04:24



Literally Every Single Food Trend Predicted to Take Over 2019  

We can see the future and it includes "chocho," peganism, and hot-brewed coffee Dust off those crystal balls. It's that time of year again, when literally every corner of the food industry — from Nicole Kidman's personal chef to fruit and nut bar manufacturers to pretty much every food and beverage PR company in the universe — place their bets on which dishes will reign supreme in 2019. The prognosticators use vastly different methods to develop their list of in-i...

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2018-12-22 09:12:09



The Complete Guide to Coffee (and Tea) at Disney World  

Caffeine is a form of Disney magic If you're going to survive the long days Disney demands, you'll need caffeine. Here's what to get — and what to avoid — if you're serious about your coffee and tea. TL;DR: Sticky-hot heat and crowded parks call for iced coffee. But take note: the beverage sold as "iced coffee" at Joffrey's outposts all over the Disney grounds is not what you're looking for. It's super sweet, like melted coffee ice cream. Skip it. The Eater gui...

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2018-12-21 21:59:08



The 10 Best Food TV Shows of 2018   

A look back at the series that offered fresh perspectives on cooking and dining this year This post originally appeared on December 21, 2018, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Happy Friday afternoon. I hope that you're either on vacation as you read this, or ready to punch out and sail through the door. If you've got some downtime coming your way over the next two...

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2018-12-21 17:18:23



Estela Restaurateur Cuts Financial Ties With His NYC Restaurant Group After #MeToo Allegations  



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2018-12-21 16:21:20



José Andrés Plans to Feed Government Employees in the Event of a Shutdown  

It's not the first time he's provided free lunch It's been a hell of a week at the White House, between the president blindsiding government officials by abruptly deciding to remove 7,000 troops from Afghanistan, resulting in yet another cabinet departure, and the ongoing dramatic slide in the stock market. It's almost easy to get distracted from the fact that Donald Trump is angling for a partial government shutdown to get funding for his signature campaign promise, a ...

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2018-12-21 14:45:42



The History of Jews, Chinese Food, and Christmas, Explained by a Rabbi   

n the US, Jews have been eating American Chinese food on Christmas for over 100 years

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2018-12-21 13:23:52



The 12 Days of Guy Fieri: An Interview With Actual Guy Fieri!   

The 'Triple D' host talks barbecue, holiday menu planning, music, food TV, and more And on the 12th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me, a Q&A with Guy Fieri. That's right, to close out this festive, Guy-centric holiday extravaganza, the Mayor of Flavortown himself answered 12 questions — an appropriate number, right? Seeing as he is a chef, restaurateur, Emmy-winning television star, and New York Times bestselling author, Guy is a busy man, but he carved out...

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2018-12-21 12:57:07



Fake Food Museums Are Our Greatest Monuments to the Brand Hellscape of 2018  

"Museums" dedicated to ice cream, pizza, and avocados — that were really just Instagram photo-ops with little food — dominated this year In San Francisco, the hottest museum of 2018, whose initial six-month run sold out entirely in just 90 minutes, featured exhibits like a unicorn sculpture in a rainbow-painted room (designed to celebrate San Francisco's "beautiful message of cohesion, diversity, and inclusivity," naturally) and a room with giant fake popsicles st...

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2018-12-21 12:49:59



The 18 Best Things to Eat in Disney Springs, Florida  

Where to find spicy kimchi ramen, fried chicken biscuit sandwiches, and cannoli sundaes in Disney's new waterfront entertainment complex   The multiyear revitalization of Disney Springs has transformed Walt Disney World's former Downtown Disney into a glimmering outdoor promenade. And since it's the only Disney-linked spot of its size that doesn't require admission, a visit here is inevitable. While at its core, Springs is just a sprawling waterfront mall split i...

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2018-12-21 12:48:26



The Essential Guide to Breakfast at Disney World   

From breakfast burritos to banana-stuffed French toast to those iconic Mickey waffles, here's how to wake up in the Magic Kingdom At Walt Disney World, nearly everything qualifies as a breakfast. Hot dogs are slung by 10 a.m., last night's desserts double as sugary morning fare, and the Dole Whip stand opens earlier than your usual workday begins. Truly, there are no rules. But while the options are boundless, sitting down to a full meal of eggs, bacon, and toast here can...

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2018-12-21 11:18:42



'Top Chef Kentucky' Recap: A Christmas Surprise With Eric Ripert   

The holiday episode involves a Yankee Swap, ugly sweaters, and plenty of Christmas-y desserts Although this episode was clearly filmed last spring, it's actually Christmas week on Top Chef Kentucky, and all the cheftestepants must compete in a series of yuletide challenges peppered with surprises from a bunch of guest stars. The pricey lamb still haunts Eddie At the start of the episode Nini is still stoked about her elimination challenge win in the last episode, and, ind...

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2018-12-21 09:00:00






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