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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



What Kind of Grocery Shopper Are You? Take Our Grocery Shopping Survey! — Reader Survey  

If there is one thing you, our readers, share with us, your friendly editors, it is a love of grocery shopping. No matter what you eat and how, the grocery store is a weekly reality for most of us; and from best buys at Costco and Trader Joe's to budget-saving tips, we know you love to talk about grocery shopping. But we want to do even more for you and do it better. So we're launching a survey today to ask a little more about your grocery shopping habits. Would you help us ou

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2018-06-18 14:33:46



10 Tips That Will Help You Do Most of Your Summer Cooking on the Grill (Because Air Conditioning Gets Expensive!) — Tips from The Kitchn  

Raise your hand if summer heat — and a lack of central air — has ever brought you to the point where you lie on your kitchen floor in utter defeat, overheating and cursing and wondering if you'll ever have the gumption to light a stove burner again. You too? Well, give me that hand. Let me help you up off the floor … and lead you outside to the grill. As one of the many air conditioning-challenged, fixer-upper-owning cooks out here in the American suburbs, I have suffered ...

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2018-06-18 13:34:54



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



The 10 Fruits and Vegetables This Nutritionist Buys When She's on a Budget — Shopping  

Shopping for fresh fruits and vegetables at the grocery store is one of my favorite chores for the entire week, and no, I'm not even kidding! (I like to say it's my equivalent of being a kid in a candy store.) All the bright and pretty colors — so full of nutrition! — are simply irresistible to me. And I actually think it's fun to hunt for all the best prices on fresh, organic, and frozen organic produce. Because, despite what so many people think, you don't have to spend a fortune to...

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2018-06-18 12:36:23



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



The Slightly Splurgy Item That Totally Changed How I Grocery Shop — Shopping  

Grocery shopping with reusable bags used to look like this for me: I'd grab a wad of totes, hop in the car, shop, and load them up during checkout. It sounds like it would all be seamless enough, but it wasn't. I almost always ended up one bag short, flustered at the register as I tried to load up each tote, or dealing with runaway groceries while I put the bags in the car. (Sometimes, all three would happen!) So I was totally down for trying something different, and when I got a Lot

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2018-06-18 12:03:35



Get 75% Off This 12-Piece Cuisinart Stainless Steel Cookware Set  

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2018-06-18 12:01:07



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



Store Your Cast Iron with This One Thing to Make It Last Longer — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

The first time I cooked with my now-husband, I was surprised to learn he had a collection of cast iron pans in an array of sizes. What impressed me most wasn't that he had a larger (and more well-seasoned) set of cast iron than me, but the smart way he stored his cast iron pans. READ MORE »

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2018-06-18 10:45:34



The One Thing You Should Always Do Before Juicing a Lemon — Tips from The Kitchn  

When I'm in the groove, there are a bunch of little kitchen tasks I do that make me feel like I'm operating at peak productivity. The tasks range from making sure all the dishes are clean by the time I'm finished cooking — clean as you go, right? — to this little tip about prepping lemons. Before I juice a lemon, I always zest it and add it to my zest stash in the freezer. Whenever a recipe calls for zest (or if I just need something to wake up a ho-hum recipe), I pop the bag ...

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2018-06-18 10:45:28



A Tamarind and Ginger Glaze Makes These Chicken Wings Fly  

Dried chilies save the day in these simple chicken wings, with an assist from tart tamarind paste, smoky palm sugar, and fiery ginger. The wings are nice and tender from a gentle roast in the oven, which caramelizes the sugar into a sticky, finger-licking glaze. Read More

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2018-06-18 10:30:10



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



The One Product That'll Forever Change Your Cold Brew — Tips from The Kitchn  

Like a lot of people, I have a small home kitchen and have to be very selective about what tools take up my limited counter, drawer, or cupboard space. I've been skipping the fancy cold brew systems in favor of a multi-purpose strainer and some cheesecloth that fits tidily into a drawer for my big batches of cold brew. That was until a very smart reader pointed me to a space-saving tool that has vastly improved my cold brew coffee at home. This small upgrade is cheap, fits in a dr

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2018-06-18 10:16:04



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



5 Smart Ways to Pull Off the Whole Two-Toned Kitchen Cabinet Look That's Super Trendy — Kitchen Design  

Picking a kitchen paint color is difficult. It's something you'll live with for quite a while, so you want something classic. If you choose a white or neutral, however, you run the risk of it being too boring, or even too cold. Go the other way and indulge your love for color, and there's a chance you'll get tired of your choice. Here's a trick: go two-tone. It adds nice dimension and lets you explore a little bit of color, without overdoing things. Here are five great ways to

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2018-06-18 10:07:19



Recipe: Easy Maple Bourbon-Glazed Steak Tips and Asparagus — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Steak tips are a favorite in my household for their budget-friendly price and bold beefiness, and I love playing around with different ways to flavor them. My current favorite is a sweet-and-savory marinade of maple syrup and bourbon. Just a quick stint in this marinade infuses every bite with flavor, and searing them in a hot skillet gives them a gorgeous golden-brown crust. Use the same pan to cook fresh asparagus until sweet and crisp-tender, and finish it all with a buttery sauc

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2018-06-18 10:03:58



Forget Costco — You Want These Alcoholic Push-Up Pops — Grocery News  

A couple weeks ago the internet collectively lost its mind over the fact that Costco was selling 100-calorie vodka Popsicles (again). Those sound great, and I'm sure they're delicious, but if you really want some boozy pops, then I need you to check out the Las Vegas-based company Buzz Pop Cocktails. They're the fancier, boozier version of the Costco ones. The Popsicles are 100 calories apiece and they're loaded with top-shelf tequila, rum, bourbon, and vodka. READ MORE »

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2018-06-18 09:04:03



How To Make Juicy, Flavorful Grilled Chicken Breast — Grilling Lessons from The Kitchn  

There are burgers and hot dogs, but no dish speaks to true grilling prowess quite like perfectly grilled chicken breast. Marked by the grill and turned a most gorgeous caramel-colored hue, the very best grilled chicken breast promises to be juicy and tender — and as versatile for quick summer meals as a good tomato. Grilled chicken has become so ubiquitous, though, that we often forget what a real stunner it can be among dry and less flavorful grilled fare. The key steps to re...

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2018-06-18 09:03:08



Katie Lee's Smart Tip for Making Pasta Salad in a Hurry — Pop Culture  

"Resting time" in recipes is the bane of my existence. I'm a big fan of instant gratification, and I'm constantly forgetting to leave time for things like letting the meat rest or waiting for the cake to be completely cool before attempting to frost it. My puddings are always full of little fingerprints because I'm constantly poking them to see if they're set yet, even though the recipe says they'll need another three hours. (I always think they'll set early. They never do.) READ MORE »

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2018-06-18 08:34:07



Recipe: 3-Ingredient Mango Nice Cream — Recipes from The Kitchn  

This cold and creamy mango dessert proves that, in fact, you can have it all. (At least when it comes to dessert.) Made with mangoes, milk, and a banana, this fruit-based treat is a sweet and tangy taste of the tropics. It has the richness of ice cream and the intense fruitiness you expect from sorbet, and it's going to change the way you think about your summer dessert game plan. READ MORE »

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2018-06-18 08:06:47



How to Blanch Almonds  

Removing the skins from whole almonds, a process called blanching, is as easy as one, two... that's it, just two steps. Read More

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2018-06-18 07:45:51



The Store-Bought Guacamole Taste Test: We Tried 6 Brands and Ranked Them — Shopping  

Guacamole is so easy to make that it's almost silly to buy it from the store. But sometimes you just don't have 10 minutes to chop and mash your way to homemade. Maybe you're heading straight to a party from work, or grabbing some snacks on the road while heading for the beach, or maybe you'd rather focus your efforts on making an entree and not an app? Besides, you can't always get your hands on perfectly ripe avocados right when you need them. That's why store-bought guacamo...

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2018-06-18 07:24:26



5 Things I Bought with My Ex-Boyfriend's Costco Card — Grocery Shopping  

A breakup is one of those dates that you don't intentionally try to remember and don't ever mean to commemorate. But then you'll notice a random summer Thursday on the calendar, and it hits you why you woke up feeling slightly disconnected from ... everything. All of a sudden you're back in that kitchen that used to be familiar, listening to Michael Bolton strain through another crap love song on CBS Sunday Morning when your boyfriend — he was still, at that second, your boyfriend ...

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2018-06-18 05:53:49



Chopped Judge Ted Allen Shows Off His Incredible Knife Rack — Pop Culture  

A significant number of my friends are real-life rock musicians, armchair rock musicians, or just music nerds, which is why I've been excitedly refreshing a Facebook post about which rock legends have played the same instruments for huge chunks of their careers. You know, like how Charlie Watts, the drummer for the Rolling Stones, has sat behind the same Gretsch drum set for 40 years, Queen guitarist Brian May has played the same handmade Red Special since 1963, and, most famously,

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2018-06-18 04:15:30



The 10 Most Common Food Items Airbnb Guests Leave Behind — Travel Intelligence  

One of the (admittedly strange) perks of being an Airbnb host is discovering what objects my guests have left behind. As I ready my rental kitchen for the next temporary inhabitants, I get to conduct an exercise that's part anthropological analysis of the eating and drinking habits of travelers of the world, part Easter egg hunt. In addition to the standard-issue leave-behinds like phone chargers (and, um, some unmentionables), here are 10 of the most common things I find. READ

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2018-06-18 02:48:43



Make These Mexican Street Corn Chicken Tacos Tonight — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. I've been on a taco kick lately. I make them at home, order them in restaurants, and even buy them from food trucks or street fairs when the weather gets nice. Since tacos are so incredibly customizable, it's a hard food group to get sick of. (Yes, I just called tacos a food group.) Load them with seafood, veggies, meat, and eggs i

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2018-06-18 02:25:46



This Is America's Favorite Grocery Store for 2018 — Grocery News  

We all have our favorite grocery stores. Are you a Whole Foods, or a Publix? Do you care more about low prices, good produce, or a huge selection, or do you go to whichever store has the most convenient location? Well, the annual Market Force grocery store survey for 2018 has been released, and it looks like Wegmans is America's favorite grocery store for the third year in a row. READ MORE »

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2018-06-18 01:55:37



25 Easy Breakfast Recipes with Eggs — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Eggs are tiny miracle workers in the kitchen. They can be stored in the fridge for a long time and they are cheap, hard to mess up, and one of the most versatile ingredients you can use. Really, what's not to love? So let eggs be your go-to breakfast champion. From soft scrambled eggs to make-ahead breakfast sandwiches and egg casseroles, there's nothing eggs can't do to help you kickstart your morning routine. READ MORE »

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2018-06-17 12:24:24



The $20 Groupon I'm Definitely Buying Today — Shopping  

There is one Groupon that my husband and I like to have in the hopper at all times: a deal for a nearby taqueria that gets us three tacos for $7 (versus the $13 they'd be ordinarily). When I logged on to restock this morning, I saw another deal that got me super excited. READ MORE »

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2018-06-17 12:07:56



How To Clean a Blender in 30 Seconds (Without Taking It Apart) — How To  

I used to avoid using my blender to puree soups or to do other messy jobs because I hated taking it apart and scrubbing out the pitcher. But years ago, we wrote about the quickest, easiest way to clean a blender — one that takes mere seconds and doesn't involve taking your blender pitcher apart. (It also doesn't require getting your hands anywhere near those sharp blades.) It was a forehead-smacking moment for me; what an obvious and delightful way to clean a blender! ...

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2018-06-17 11:55:09



How To Make Dill Pickles — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Cool and crunchy, delightfully sour and capable of going from snack to sandwich without a hitch — that's what I call a good pickle. Did you know they're a cinch to make at home? You don't even need to set aside the afternoon; you can make a few pint jars in less than 30 minutes. Here's everything you need to know to make your own batch of homemade dill pickles right now. READ MORE »

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2018-06-17 11:36:39



30 Side Dishes to Go with Whatever You Grilled for Dinner — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Summer is prime grilling season. Any main course you make in the presence of a smoky flame immediately takes on the taste of the season, but the real question is, what side dishes will you make to go alongside your burgers, steak, or grilled chicken breast? That's where the fun really comes in. Here are 30 of our favorite summer sides — including everything from grilled cabbage to a colorful summer squash gratin — that play well with dinner from the grill. READ MORE »

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2018-06-17 09:09:32



How To Make the Easiest BBQ Chicken in the Oven — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Sticky-sweet BBQ chicken is the quintessential summer dinner that shouldn't be limited to the lucky folks with backyard grills. The oven has the power to quickly turn chicken pieces into crispy, slightly charred BBQ goodness for a not-boring chicken dinner any time of year. This recipe is super simple with just five ingredients (including the salt), but a shortcut changes this BBQ chicken from basic to brilliant. Here's how to make the easiest, tastiest BBQ chicken without a g

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2018-06-17 06:20:15



The 3 Best Meal Kits for Busy Families, According to Moms — Shopping  

Delivery meal kits — like Blue Apron, Sun Basket, HelloFresh, and others — are certainly tempting. And once you have a family, the promise that you won't have to spend your entire Sunday meal planning and grocery shopping is especially alluring. Meal kits can also inspire you to learn new techniques and try new recipes — two other things that are hard to do as a parent who's spending all her free brain space remembering where the kids left their lovies. Are meal kits usefu...

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2018-06-17 05:58:57



German Potato Salad With Bacon  

If you think potato salad has to be made with a cup of mayo, think again! Olive oil, red wine vinegar, and brown mustard make for a flavorful potato dressing while bacon adds a savory touch.

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2018-06-17 05:22:06



This Ingredient from Trader Joe's Sparked Life Back into My Summer Meals — Shopping  

By early May it had already hit 90°F in Charlotte and I began to panic: If this is spring in my new city, what the heck is summer going to be like? Turns out it's just as hot and even more humid — welcome to the South! So while I usually lighten up my meals for just a few sticky months back home in the Northeast, I've been doing it for months already down here. I love the easy, breezy vibes of summer eating, but no-cook or barely-cook meals do eventually get a bit tiresome. Lea...

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2018-06-17 04:27:32



Kimo's Hula Pie  

There's nothing not to like here. Macadamia nuts, ice cream, hot fudge, cool whip... All that in one pie. If you can find some macadamia nut ice cream it really makes a difference but vanilla will suffice.

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2018-06-16 09:53:34



How To Restore a Rusty Cast Iron Skillet — How To  

The method of cleaning cast iron is something of tradition passed down to generations along with the cookware itself. Some cooks and cast iron diehards dare not let theirs near water, much less soap of any sort, and letting one rust may indeed fall into the book of unpardonable sins for some Southerners. But fear not: During a visit to the Lodge factory in Tennessee, we learned the proper way to restore rusty cast iron from the experts themselves. A few simple steps at

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2018-06-16 09:30:26



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



5 Easy, Delicious Dinners for Meal Plan Beginners — Next Week's Meal Plan  

I've been sharing my weekly meal plans here on Kitchn for over a year, and between reader comments and our Meal Plan Club Facebook group (have you joined yet? Click here!) I've really come to understand that every person who meal plans has ups and downs. We talk often about what recipes give us our mojo back or the recipes we reach for when we don't actually want to cook, but this week's meal plan is for anyone who is new to meal planning and needs a place to start. The dinners are

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2018-06-16 08:30:47



25 Recipes Where Cabbage Is King — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Cabbage is one of those unsung heroes in the kitchen. You might not think too much about it, but it can be one of the most versatile veggies in your arsenal. From traditional slaws and salads to Indian-inspired curries and fermented foods like sauerkraut and kimchi, we predict you'll be eating a lot of cabbage. READ MORE »

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2018-06-16 08:30:22



How To Make Dreamy Dairy-Free Vegan Ice Cream — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

First off, I promise you there are no tricks to this ice cream. This isn't "ice cream" in quotation marks. You're not going to get your hopes up only to have them dashed with a bowl of icy, flavorless frozen dairy substitutes. This vegan ice cream is the real deal. Yes, it's creamy. Yes, it tastes like a real dessert that you'd drizzle with caramel sauce and sprinkle with nuts. Yes, it's dairy-free and vegan too (no eggs!). Here's what you need to know. READ MORE »

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2018-06-16 07:32:44



Coca-Cola Is My Secret to Battling Traveler's Tummy — Travel Intelligence  

As an avid traveler, I often get asked for my best tips. Well, here's one: Coca-Cola. Yes, my friends, the same carbonated beverage that can actually clean your toilet has become my preferred partner in crime when I travel. I swear by this brown, bubbly liquid to protect against food-related tummy troubles. Truth: I'm not entirely sure how it works. Maybe it's the sugar content, or the carbonation; maybe it's some combination of the two or the comfort of a familiar beverage in

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2018-06-16 06:51:55



Chipotle Taco Filling  

Have Taco Tuesday any day of the week. Taste the love affair between the beef and chipotle peppers in adobo sauce. Doctor with your favorite toppings and chow down.

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2018-06-16 05:29:28



The Weeknight Pasta Playbook: Strategies for Winning Dinner in an Hour — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Pasta has long had a reputation for being an easy choice on a weeknight — but that doesn't always mean it's the fastest choice. Sure, I suppose it's fast to toss cooked noodles with a jar of store-bought sauce, but what if you want something a little more exciting than that? Well, you can definitely have it in the same amount of time or less. The secret is to embrace a few tricks and tips that speed up the work and still leave you with a dinner that's sure to be a family favori...

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2018-06-16 03:49:38



Your Farmers Market Probably Has Better Deals than You Think — Shopping  

"Bring your checkbook," my neighbor joked from across the street as he watched my husband and I, reusable bags purposefully slung over our shoulders, leaving for our local farmers market one Sunday morning. READ MORE »

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2018-06-16 01:30:20



'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



10 Tiny Ways to Save Money This Month — Better Living  

If you're hesitant to look at your bank account because you went a little overboard on spending this month, join the club! Since we are only halfway through June, we've compiled a few simple-yet-smart ways to save and make it to next month without going over your food budget. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 19:45:05



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



Did You Know You Can Make Iced Tea in Your Instant Pot? — Food News  

I know I have a tendency to anthropomorphize objects, but I've said "My Instant Pot is my best friend" so often I think it might have become true. I do talk to it a lot, saying things like, "Are you done yet? Which button am I supposed to push now? How do I get you to say 'I love you'?" READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 16:45:34



Ina Garten's Tip for Effortless Flower Arrangements — Pop Culture  

When I was growing up, my mother kept vases of fresh flowers all over the house. There were flowers on the kitchen and dining room tables, in the entryway, and stationed in all the windows. She even kept some in the bathroom. Unfortunately, her flower skills did not rub off on me. (I'd say it skipped a generation, but my sister's house has more flowers than a royal wedding, so I think it just skipped me.) My flower ineptitude is not for lack of trying, either. I've read countl

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2018-06-15 16:32:32



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



Recipe: Tortellini with Butter-Roasted Cherry Tomato Sauce — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you need more proof that butter truly makes everything better, cancel tonight's dinner plans and make this tortellini instead. Roast halved cherry tomatoes in garlic-infused melted butter, and they'll drink up some of that rich flavor as they soften and caramelize while the rest of the butter browns and becomes nutty. The result is a quick tomato sauce that's surprisingly sophisticated for so few ingredients and such minimal effort. Toss it with cheese tortellini and you've got

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2018-06-15 13:51:22



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



Make Cajun Shrimp and Sausage Foil Packets for Dinner Tonight — Delicious Links  

Kitchn's Delicious Links column highlights recipes we're excited about from the bloggers we love. Follow along every weekday as we post our favorites. Here at Kitchn, you'll frequently find us singing the praises of the foil pack dinner hack. These perfect little pouches make for a super easy clean-up so there's more time to focus on the best part of dinner: eating. Whether you choose to bake, grill, or throw these guys over a campfire, they'll be busting at the seams with flavo

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2018-06-15 13:45:54



How to Perfect Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies, One Ingredient at a Time  

These vegan chocolate chip cookies are chewy and crisp, with fudgy centers loaded with chocolate, and a butterscotchy flavor. With dry malt extract to add a hint of toasty, malted richness, they're everything a chocolate chip cookie should be, no eggs or butter required. Read More

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2018-06-15 13:00:14



Here's What 10 of the Most Popular Kitchen Brands Do Best — Shopping  

You don't need us to tell you that there are a ton of companies that make kitchen gadgets. Just take one stroll through Bed Bath & Beyond or a digital walk through Amazon and the sheer number of brands and products is just overwhelming. To help you make sense of it all, we've created this list of 10 of the most-popular kitchen gadget brands and highlighted what each of the companies do best. Of course, it wasn't easy — there are plenty of things to love from each brand. Take...

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2018-06-15 12:58:19



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



Quesadillas with Orange Chicken  

The spicy, orange chicken filling gives these quesadillas a fresh flavor. You can use Cheddar or Monterey Jack cheese.

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2018-06-15 12:31:51



How To Make Oven-Roasted Corn: 3 Simple Methods — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Of all the ways we cook corn, none is more underrated than roasting. Boiling is the quintessential method, while microwaving and grilling hold their own as cool alternatives. Yet roasting corn is like unlocking its hidden sweetness and earthy flavor in a totally hands-off way. Even better? There's more than one way to do it right. You can roast corn with the husk on, the husk off, or wrapped in foil depending on who you're feeding. Here are the three simplest methods for ro

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2018-06-15 12:07:53



Netflix's "Sugar Rush" Sounds Like It's Going to Be Sweet — Food TV  

Netflix is quickly becoming my favorite place to watch food TV. Last year the streaming service gave us Ugly Delicious, Queer Eye, Rotten, Somebody Feed Phil, and my new favorite cooking competition show, Nailed It. Now Netflix has ordered a new food series that sounds like it's going to be totally sweet. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 11:07:07



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



Recipe: Grilled Rice Krispies Treats — Recipes from The Kitchn  

An empty pantry is the mother of invention, right? On a warm evening a few summers ago I promised my daughter s'mores, forgetting that I had used the marshmallows the day before for making Rice Krispies treats for a family picnic. I had the grill primed for roasting those marshmallows and panicked when I opened the pantry to find no 'mallows in sight. In a moment of pure desperation I threw a few of the leftover Rice Krispies treats on the hot grill and then topped the slight

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2018-06-15 10:46:39



Bhuna Is the Curry Sauce Your Weeknight Meals Are Missing  

Bhuna is a type of South Asian curry that's thick and paste-like, with a subtle heat from a generous dose of Kashmiri red chili powder and a touch of acidity from tomato and vinegar. This is my favorite bhuna—fried fish steaks smothered in tomato and onion curry—but the great thing about bhuna is that it works with anything. Read More

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2018-06-15 10:30:17



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



5 Moms Share Their Best Make-Ahead Breakfast Ideas — Vacation Food  

Becoming a mother has changed me in many profound ways, but there a few core things about my identity that have remained the same. Sure, things shift with the seasons and changing life demands, but ultimately I found that these things are unshakeable. One of those things for me is being an inveterate snooze button pusher. I don't like to wake up early. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 09:10:56



The Best Member's Mark Items You Can Only Get at Sam's Club — Shopping  

The shelves at Sam's Club started looking a little different around this time last year. See, that's when execs decided to rethink their private-label products. "At one point, we had 21 private labels," says Chandra Holt, vice president of private brands at Sam's Club, in a press release. "So the first thing I set out to do was to simplify for our members. We now have one private brand: Member's Mark." There are all sorts of new items (more than 300 new items!), new packaging, a

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2018-06-15 08:20:59



5 Mistakes to Avoid with Store-Bought Vegetables — Organizing Tips from The Kitchn  

It seems we're all looking to add more wholesome vegetables to our diets. (Yay, us!) Of course, this starts at the grocery store, where we arrive hopeful with a list of good stuff to buy and transform into delicious meals. So a few tips and tricks to ensure we are eating the freshest greens, broccoli, and more is never a bad idea. Avoid these five mistakes and you'll be on you're way to eating better, tastier veggies. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 07:47:35



Special Sauce: Matt Goulding on Italian Food's Past, Present, and Future  

Matt Goulding and Ed Levine talk about Goulding's new book Pasta, Pane, Vino: Deep Travels Through Italy's Food Culture. Read More

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2018-06-15 07:45:04



The Best Time to Buy Cast Iron Is in the Summer — Deal of the Day  

No-cook recipes might be the darlings of summer cooking, but we're also big on cast iron during the warmer months. We love using our cast iron on the grill (like in these delicious recipes) or making simple summer cobblers on the stove (like this tomato one). So, if you're thinking about adding (or starting) your collection of cast-iron cookware, now is definitely the time. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 06:20:48



Our 10 Most-Saved Recipes for Your Next Potluck — Recipes from The Kitchn  

We like to think of May as the official kickoff to potluck season. The month always brings its fair share of parties with it, which only seem to continue through the summer months. So when planning your next dish to transport, look to these most-saved potluck-friendly recipes from last month. They're sure to be useful for months to come. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 04:55:50



I Seasoned My Cast Iron Pan with Flaxseed Oil, and Here's What Happened — Cast Iron Cooking  

A few years ago I heard that flaxseed oil — not vegetable oil or shortening — was the best oil for seasoning cast iron. I'd always wanted to put that theory to the test, but decided to wait until I'd sufficiently neglected my own cast iron skillets to warrant a full re-seasoning. (It was bound to happen at some point.) That day came eventually: Thanks to my lazy maintenance, the seasoning on my 12-inch Lodge skillet had become patchy, rough, and sticky. But this time aroun...

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2018-06-15 04:22:58



The New $30 Bed Bath & Beyond Deal You Should Know About — Shopping  

In what we can only imagine to be an attempt to compete with Amazon Prime, Bed Bath & Beyond has launched its own membership program. It's adorably called BEYOND+ and only costs $29 a year. There's just one question: Is that $29 well spent? READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 04:22:08



Watch Out LaCroix. Whole Foods Is Selling Flavored Seltzer for 16 Cents a Can. — Grocery News  

LaCroix is the Starbucks of sparkling water. It's the fizzy juggernaut that opened the door to the carbonated water craze and made everyone crave seltzer 24/7, and now every other beverage company is racing to get a piece of the sparkling water market LaCroix created. LaCroix still wears the crown, but it might have reason to be nervous, because it looks like Amazon and Whole Foods are coming for it. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 04:08:06



26 Romantic Recipes to Make for Someone You Love (Including Yourself) — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Skip the fuss of making a fancy dinner reservation this weekend and spend the night in making a delicious meal for the ones you love. Whether it's your spouse, significant other, best friend, group of friends, or just yourself, you can't go wrong with any of these romantic recipes. And, of course, make sure there's plenty of fancy wine. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 03:16:02



This $700 Kitchen Makeover Is the Stuff Rental Dreams Are Made Of — Kitchen Makeovers  

This builder-standard kitchen's strength lies in its plainness — there might not be a ton here to flip over, but there's not really anything to be put off by either. Fortunately, this kitchen's new renter found a way to play up its strength and minimize its flaws, and all for only $700! READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 02:47:38



How To Make a Fruit Crumble with Any Kind of Fruit — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

Crumble is a wildly simple fruit recipe topped with a crisp, buttery crumb topping that turns any fruit into a stunning dessert. It's perfectly suited for summer brunches and backyard BBQs alike. Making crumble is so easy that you barely need a recipe. Once you know the basics of making a crumble topping and how to prepare the fruit filling, you can choose any fruit or combination of fruit from any season. Here are the three essential steps you need to know for making a classic fruit

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2018-06-15 02:41:15



10 Easy Father's Day Breakfast Ideas — Recipes from The Kitchn  

Whatever you might have planned for Father's Day, starting the day off right with a solid breakfast is sure to be in the cards. And these hearty recipes are a good place to begin. Many can be prepped ahead of time and all are easy — which means you can enjoy time with Dad instead of being busy in the kitchen. From bacon, egg, and cheese sliders to a blueberry pancake casserole, here are some great ideas for a fun Father's Day breakfast. READ MORE »

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2018-06-15 02:11:39



Costco Sells Grapes That Taste Like Cotton Candy — Grocery News  

Cotton Candy grapes sound like something you'd find on a tour of Willy Wonka's chocolate factory, or in the cereal aisle next to the Frankenberries, but we're happy to report that they are very real. The grapes were developed by cross-breeding different types of grapes to create a variety of grape that taste extra sweet. They can be difficult to find and they tend to sell out fast, but now Costco has them in stock in several locations, and people are running to get them before they disa

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2018-06-15 01:27:15



20 Meaty Mains to Make for Dad — Recipes from The Kitchn  

In case you didn't already know, Father's Day is this Sunday. With two small kids, we try to keep things simple for these kinds of minor holidays, so a special meal and a few handmade cards is all we've got planned for celebrating my husband this year. I did, however, have a really fabulous time and a few good laughs asking my husband what he thought would make a good roundup of recipes for Father's Day dinners this year. There are some classics — steaks and pork chops — but...

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2018-06-14 21:21:46



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



How To Make Juicy Turkey Burgers — Cooking Lessons from The Kitchn  

If you really want a good homemade turkey burger, you can't simply treat the turkey like ground beef. Even lean cuts of ground beef cook up juicy and flavorful, but ground turkey needs a few sidekicks to make that a reality. This recipe understands all that and adds a really smart step to make these the juiciest turkey burgers you'll ever make at home. The secret is a breadcrumb-yogurt mixture — seasoned with both Worcestershire and soy sauce, and studded with sweet shallots —...

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2018-06-14 14:02:13



When to Buy a Blender (and Not a Food Processor or Another Gadget) — Tips from The Kitchn  

If you're thinking of finally buying a blender, food processor, immersion blender, or other similar appliance, at first glance, you may think they all do the exact same thing. They all have blades that chop, blitz, and blend solid food, right? Well, yes, but they all do it a little differently. There's no reason to invest in all of them, however. Depending on your habits, one might be better for you in the long run. Here's what you should consider when making your decision. READ M

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2018-06-14 13:30:45



What We're Cooking This Father's Day  

A look at what the Serious Eats team is making for our dads this Father's Day. Read More

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2018-06-14 13:00:41



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



Recipe: Pasta with Hummus, Olives, Feta, and Red Pepper — Recipes from The Kitchn  

If you, like me, consider a tub of hummus to be a staple in your fridge for mid-afternoon snacking sessions, this is your ultimate pantry pasta. Hummus is far more than a dip — it's a garlicky, creamy condiment that's begging to be transformed into pasta sauce. It coats pasta just enough that it provides a luscious mouthfeel yet hardly weighs it down, which means there's plenty of room for additions. A raid through the pantry for a jar of roasted red peppers, along with some sal...

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2018-06-14 12:52:42



Small-Space Storage Tips from People Who Live in Tiny Homes — Organizing Tips from Kitchn  

In any home, large or small, storage issues tend to be among the top gripes. There's a good chance that your basement — if you even have a basement — is filled with needless items that you've collected over the years. You've probably lived through the experience of donating several small appliances, so you can, um … make room for new small appliances. And let's not even discuss the clutter in that kitchen drawer. It happens to the best of us, which is just one of t...

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2018-06-14 12:44:11



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



10 Easy Camping Recipes — Recipes from The Kitchn  

There's a lot to love about pitching a tent, stoking a campfire, and spending a few days in the great outdoors. While meals are more simplified without a stocked kitchen, they should be no less delicious. Whether you'll be working with a camp stove, grill, open fire, or prefer some simple no-cook meals, there's something here that's just right for you. READ MORE »

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2018-06-14 09:36:10



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






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