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

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

17 Future Headlines About the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich  

Popeye's Because the internet must kill everything it loves If you haven't heard, Popeyes introduced a crispy chicken sandwich that a lot of people across America liked. The enthusiasm for this sandwich begat a brand Twitter war as well as four solid days of hot takes from writers debating its merits (by the way, more updates to come at!). Here's a rough timeline of the internet buzz surrounding this sandwich: Monday: The Popeyes Sandwich is Good!Tuesday: Th...

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2019-08-22 14:52:45

Coors Light Invites You to Take Your Bra Off, Because You've Earned It  

Coors Women are often used in beer advertising, but rarely are they — and their boobs — advertised to Beer ads and boobs have long been synonymous: Look to the St. Pauli girl and Old Milwaukee's Swedish Olympic Bikini Team, or to more recent examples like this Bud Light Lime ad featuring a topless Arianny Celeste squeezing lime juice on herself, a patently bad idea when working so close to various body holes. But very rarely are these ads marketed towards people who actu...

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2019-08-22 14:49:28

My First F-Up: When Pastry Isn't Your Forte, But It's Your Job  

Preeti Mistry at the Eater Young Guns Summit | Alyssa Ringler Celebrated chef Preeti Mistry refused to go down with a sunken cake My First F-Up is a series in which we ask Eater Young Guns and industry talent to recall their first — or most notable — on-the-job failure. On July 27, 2019, chef Preeti Mistry gave a talk about failure at the Eater Young Guns Summit in Brooklyn. The following is drawn from her presentation. Bay Area chef Preeti Mistry has owned two Oakland ...

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2019-08-22 13:33:59

Bobby Flay Is the Latest Chef to Bring His Kid on Camera as a Sidekick  

Bobby and Sophie Flay | Food Network His new show The Flay List offers two Flays for the price of one After more than a decade starring in countless Food Network cooking shows — Brunch at Bobby's! Christmas at Bobby's! Thanksgiving at Bobby's! ARBOR DAY AT BOBBY'S!? — Bobby Flay is branching out into TV genre that several other celebrity chefs have dabbled in, to varying degrees of success: the "let's make my kid famous" half hour. On his new show The Fla...

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2019-08-22 12:35:59

The 18 Essential Restaurants in Reykjavík  

Nicholas Gill Where to find hip natural wine cellars, homey plates of hashed fish, tasting menus, and more in Iceland's capital Iceland's capital of Reykjavík is often seen as a basecamp for exploring the rest of the island, but the quirky, cosmopolitan city on Faxaflói bay is a burgeoning culinary capital. In the last few years, many overpriced restaurants catered to an unsustainable surge in tourism, but with the collapse of low-cost airline Wow Air, those gimmicky res...

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2019-08-22 11:34:30

Big Soda Might Be About to Crush Lacroix  

The Washington Post/Getty Images Plus, food foams are back in style, and more news to start your day. Lacroix's sales might be going to La-crap Flavored water brand Lacroix might have transformed bubbly, sugar and sweetener-free liquids into a popular product, but it's increasingly looking like the spoils will go to big soda companies that have muscled in on Lacroix's turf. According to a deep dive by Bloomberg, Lacroix's sales are continuing to go down — they were...

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2019-08-22 09:53:02

Keens Steakhouse, an Icon of Old New York, Is Removing Historic Racist Images from Its Walls  

A 2015 photo of Keens | Daniel Krieger/Eater Old newspaper clippings, prints, photographs, and playbills, including one that Abraham Lincoln was supposedly holding when he was shot, have long covered the restaurant — but now the racist ones are finally coming down

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2019-08-22 09:30:00

Where's the Beef?  

People in Hawai'i want good, local beef. Eater Young Gun Jason Chow ('19) wants to provide it On an island where more than 90 percent of beef is imported, where the chicken is flown in and almost all the pork for the iconic Hawaiian kālua pig comes from somewhere else, Jason Chow wants to open O'ahu's only all-local butcher shop. When this idea first came to Chow, the island's slaughterhouse was struggling to stay afloat and processing only eight head of cattle a mon...

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2019-08-22 09:13:00

U.S. Consumers Saved (Barely) From a Bleak Winter of Expensive Tomatoes  

Getty Images/Thomas Barwick But the quality of the fruit could get worse A tomato catastrophe was partially averted this week as the U.S. and Mexico came to a new agreement on imports of summer's most celebrated vine-ripened fruit, the Washington Post reports. Mexican tomatoes, which comprise more than half of the U.S. tomato market, faced the threat of a 17.5 percent import tariff. As with many other self-inflicted trade disputes the country is currently ensnared in, the t...

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2019-08-21 17:31:01

Almost Everyone Sucks in This Tale of a Man Who Tipped 74 Cents on a $119 Meal  

Anthony Dierolf isn't sorry about the bad tip, even after being shamed online by a New Jersey state senator Everyone gather 'round, it's time for a game of AITA (Am I the Asshole): Tipping Edition. In one corner, we have Anthony Dierolf, a self-described regular "Joe Schmoe" from Pennsylvania who recently left a 74-cent tip on a $119.26 bill at a New Jersey restaurant. And over here, we have New Jersey state senator Declan O'Scanlon, who named and shamed Dierolf o...

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2019-08-21 17:29:09

DoorDash Is Still Pocketing Workers' Tips  

Photo: DoorDash It promised to stop nearly a month ago

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2019-08-21 14:48:19

Toward a Theory of American Festival Cuisine  

Gary He What the best — and worst — of the Iowa State Fair, from funnel cakes to apple egg rolls to, yes, corn dogs, tells us about abundance in America Fried Twinkies. Fried Oreos. Fried pickles. Fried cheese curds. Fried brownies. French fries. Funnel cake (fried). Crazy taters (fried). Caramel apples (not fried). Apple pie on a (fried) stick. Ice cream, dipped in chocolate and covered in nuts (not fried). Hot chocolate chip cookies (not fried), corn on the cob (not fr...

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2019-08-21 11:24:44

Impossible Foods Investor Wants to Make 'Coffee Without the Coffee'  

Shutterstock Plus, the return of the pumpkin spice latte, and more news to start your day Would you like a with coffee-free coffee to go with your meat-free burger? Coffee growing is not as environmentally taxing as, say, beef production, but that's not stopping some companies from trying to make lab-produced coffee into a thing. Grub Street reports that venture capital firm Horizon Ventures has thrown a chunky $2.6 million at Atomo Coffee, a Seattle-based company specializ...

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2019-08-21 11:05:06

How Rekha Shankar Created a Pitch-Perfect 'Chef's Table' Parody With 'Gods of Food'  

Left to right: Rekha Shankar, Don Fanelli, and Tao Yang on the set of Anthony D'Anthony: The Motherfu*king Cheese Mogul  | Gods of Food/Rekha Shankar The show was born out of a love-hate relationship with Netflix's culinary docuseries After winning tons of awards, spawning a hit spinoff, and generally changing the look and feel of food TV, it was about time for Netflix's series Chef's Table to receive the full-blown parody treatment — and comedian/writer Rekha S...

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2019-08-21 09:12:00

What's the Difference Between Heirloom, Beefsteak, Plum, Cherry, and Grape Tomatoes?  

And one more question: Why are grocery store tomatoes so bad? This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full archive. ...

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2019-08-20 17:38:06

Do Restaurants Have an Obligation to Let You Use the Bathroom?  

Shutterstock Why some people are fighting to give restaurant-bathroom access to more people "Starbucks has become the public restroom of America," wrote Harvey Molotch, co-editor of Toilet: Public Restrooms and the Politics of Sharing. "Along with serving up a cappuccino, its management carries the burden of toilet provision, maintenance and, controversially, deciding who gets in and by what criteria." Molotch was responding to the 2018 arrest of two black men at a P...

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2019-08-20 14:23:36

Hard Seltzer Is Here to Stay   

The cheap, low-cal, gender-neutral canned cocktail may be the unofficial drink of summer 2019, but it has serious staying power

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2019-08-20 14:19:53

Inside the Utterly Bleak Scene at Dean and DeLuca's Flagship Soho Store   

The once-renowned grocery store is supposedly undergoing "renovations"

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2019-08-20 13:18:42

Cursed Food Hack Sends Woman to the Hospital for Egg Burn Treatment  

Matthew Horwood/Getty A cautionary tale about cooking random internet recipes One of food media's dirtiest secrets is that many of the recipes that appear online are not adequately tested before they're published. Recipe testing is, after all, a process that requires extra time and resources, and many viral food hacks and "how to" tutorials don't need to actually be cookable to become wildly popular on the internet, anyway. But one food hack that certainly could have...

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2019-08-20 11:21:48

No One Wins in This Fight Between a Vegan Influencer and a Fancy Italian Restaurant  

Nicole Warne at Paris Fashion Week | Claudio Lavenia/Getty Images Plus, the Mormon Church warns its followers about Starbucks, and more news to start your day Is $200 a fair price for the 'gram? It's time for a game of "who's the jerk here?": Australian fashion blogger and Instagram influencer Nicole Warne went after high-end Italian restaurant Grotta Palazzese in front of her 1.7 million followers for failing to tweak its $200 tasting menu to fit her many dietary r...

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2019-08-19 17:31:15

The Great British Baking Show's Pita Challenge Is a Stain on Its Otherwise Perfect Legacy  

Contestant Rahul Mandal examines a smoking head of garlic. | GIF: The Great British Baking Show The show should avoid stunt challenges if it wants to remain a go-to cozy classic Welcome to The Reheat, a space for Eater writers to explore landmark (and lukewarm) culinary moments of the recent and not-so-recent past. I love The Great British Baking Show (known in the U.K. as The Great British Bake Off). Everyone does. Watching it is a rare opportunity to detach from the bleak c

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2019-08-19 16:44:55

The Popeyes vs. Chick-fil-A War Will Be Fought Through Memes  

Popeye's Which chicken sandwich are you willing to die (i.e., be dragged online) for? Although a lot of chain restaurants have introduced chicken sandwiches over the last few years, none have garnered quite as much immediate buzz as the new one served at Popeyes. And now, less than two weeks after the dish's nationwide release, it seems that battle lines are being drawn between Chick-fil-A fans and loyal Popeyes customers over which chain serves the One Chicken Sandwich to...

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2019-08-19 14:58:58

An Ode to 'Guy's Ranch Kitchen,' a Surprisingly Chill Fieri Cooking Show  

Jonathan Waxman, Guy Fieri, Alex Guarnaschelli, and Marc Murphy | Guy's Ranch Kitchen/Food Network Fieri is, now more than ever, the reigning Mayor of Flavortown A version of this post originally appeared on August 9, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Much like his brother from another mother Matthew McConaughey, Guy Fieri went through a mid-career slump follow...

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2019-08-19 14:20:53

Iowa State Fair: Everything 2020 Presidential Candidates Ate  

Eater sent two correspondents to America's meatiest state fair to report on what Democratic presidential hopefuls ate At the Iowa State Fair, everything comes on a stick — including politics. One of the nation's largest and porkiest state fairs, Iowa's annual agricultural exposition is also a storied presidential campaign stop during primary season. This year, the fair hosted over twenty candidates for the Democratic nomination vying for Iowa caucus-goers support through ...

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2019-08-19 12:11:05

Eataly Finally Cuts Ties With Mario Batali  

Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images The Italian market and food hall chain bought out his minority stake in the business Nearly two years after numerous sexual misconduct allegations involving Mario Batali came to light, Italian market and restaurant chain Eataly has finally cut ties with the celebrity chef, who helped bring the brand to America and promote its growth in a handful of cities across the country. Eataly spokesman Chris Giglio tells the Associated Press that the c

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2019-08-19 11:35:09

Target's New Food Brand Sounds Like Wellness Personified  

A line-up of Good & Gather products. | Photo: Target Plus, Cinnamon Coca-Cola is coming to the U.S., and more news to start your day You'll soon be able to buy Target-branded avocado toast salad Target is launching its own grocery brand dedicated to foods like avocado toast salad kits, beet hummus, and everyday staples made without artificial flavors and sweeteners, synthetic colors, and high-fructose corn syrup, the retailer announced today. The new brand, called Good ...

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2019-08-16 16:16:46

Facebook Is Opening Cafes With 'Privacy Workshops' Because It 'Cares'  

Shutterstock Plus, the Museum of Ice Cream is worth far too much, and more news to start your day But they're still gonna sell all your data to the highest bidder Having realized that everyone hates it, Facebook is trying to curry favor with its two-billion-plus users by giving them free lattes. The social media behemoth is opening a series of pop-up coffee shops in the U.K. where customers can take part in a "privacy checkup," wherein Facebook staff walks customers thr...

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2019-08-16 10:34:11

The 20 Essential Ottawa Restaurants  

The Parliament of Canada in Ottawa, Ontario | Shutterstock/Facto Photo Where to find adventurous French fare, delicious meats, and natural wines in Canada's capital city Canada's capital city has long been maligned as stodgy, no fun, and filled with dull bureaucrats. Thankfully, that reputation is beginning to seem out of date. In recent years, the city's creative industries have gained prominence, and the food scene in Ottawa and Gatineau, Ottawa's twin city just acro...

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2019-08-16 08:01:00

How to Order Natural Wine Without Sounding Ridiculous  

Dina Avila On the newest episode of "Eater's Digest," hosts Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen learn it's not all about funk and floaty bits when it comes to natural wine Back in 2007, Joe Campanale could barely give away the natural orange wine on the menu at his first restaurant, Dell'anima. Now, at his Prospect Heights hot spot Fausto, serving regional Italian fare, and LaLou, a buzzy new natural wine bar, orange wine outsells rose. "I was having a meeting with my...

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2019-08-15 17:52:54

Your Favorite Products Could Be Made With Palm Oil Produced by Slave Labor  

Photo by Mohd Samsul Mohd Said/Getty Images FGV Holdings Berhad, which supplies to companies like Hershey's and Nestle, has been accused of child and forced labor by several organizations Three nonprofit organizations are seeking to ban imports from one of the world's largest producers of palm oil — a major ingredient in packaged foods such as chocolate — citing incidents of worker exploitation and "slave-like" conditions on the company's Malaysian plantations. ...

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2019-08-15 16:54:16

Yes, That Was Former Soviet Leader Mikhail Gorbachev Shilling for Pizza Hut in an Old Commercial  

Mikhail Gorbachev serving his real-life granddaughter a slice of pizza. The last president of the Soviet Union did it for the same reason anyone would: ca$h money!! Every so often, an old Pizza Hut ad gets recirculated online, usually accompanied by incredulity and a keen sentiment of what the fuck. This time is no different: Mikhail Gorbachev — yes, that Gorbachev, a.k.a. the last leader of the Soviet Union before its collapse in 1991 — arrives at a Moscow Pizza Hut with ...

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2019-08-15 16:13:10

Weight Watchers Debuts an App That Could Screw Up Your Kid's Relationship With Food for Life  

Photo by Michael Loccisano/Getty Images for New York Times Kurbo by WW is advertised as a health app for kids and teens, but body image experts warn that it could encourage harmful dieting and disordered eating I went to my first Weight Watchers meeting around the age of 10. Like many fat girls my age, it was my initial foray into the world of dieting. In my particular group, I was the only young person and was surrounded by a crowd of adult women, all crying over their inabil

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2019-08-15 14:47:54

How the Corn Dog Became the Must-Eat Food of American Presidential Candidates  

A long time favorite of state fairs, the corn dog represents Americana and, quite possibly, a way to the White House Over the weekend, the Democratic block of presidential hopefuls descended on the Iowa State Fair to partake in a cherished American tradition — stuffing one's self to the gills with fried foods while the rest of the country looks on. In the spirit of a Renaissance fair frequent flyer, Andrew Yang purchased not one but two turkey legs. Tulsi Gabbard accidental...

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2019-08-15 11:45:00

Justice Department Finds $4 Million Worth of 'American' Crab Is Actually Imported  

Blue crab | Shutterstock Plus, a teen maybe tweets from her fridge, and more news to start your day. This news will make you crabby A North Carolina seafood company is in hot water after it allegedly told employees to label 180,000 pounds of imported crab meat as a product of the U.S, which adds up to around $4 million in sales. According to New Food Economy, the potential fraud occurred at Capt. Neill's Seafood Inc., and ran from 2012 to 2015, with the company's owner a...

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2019-08-15 10:02:00

The Californication of America's Restaurants  

The outdoor space at the revamped Rose in Venice, California | Courtesy the Rose How designers and restaurateurs are emulating those sunny Los Angeles vibes indoors The term "California cuisine" has always been a moving target. In the 1970s, California chefs gained national attention for their laser focus on seasonal produce, global cuisines, and for lots of grilling, but despite the emergence of some clear figureheads, like Alice Waters and Wolfgang Puck, the food never...

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2019-08-15 09:00:00

The Fizzy Fröccs Will Make You Rethink the Wine Spritzer  

Old-timey soda dispensers allow for self-serve fröccs at restaurants throughout Budapest Hungary's bubbly beverage predates our modern obsession with frose Summer nights in Budapest are muggy, best spent at one of the city's charming kerts, casual outdoor bars that spring up throughout the city around this time of year, lounging in a hammock with a plastic cup of fröccs (pronounced "froetch"). In Budapest, summer is the official season of fröccs, Hungary's bubb...

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2019-08-14 17:33:14

FDA Warns Against Drinking Products That Falsely Claim to 'Cure Autism' and Actually Contain Bleach  

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images A former Scientologist who founded his own church is credited with developing the "Miracle Mineral Solution," which is chlorine dioxide, to cure illnesses ranging from autism to AIDS The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning consumers this week about dangerous bleach-based products promoted through online communities that falsely claim to cure autism, cancer, HIV/AIDS, and hepatitis this week. In a press release and accompanying...

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2019-08-14 16:40:45

Your Community Taco Tuesday Could Come With a Cease-and-Desist From Taco John's  

Photo: Joshua Resnick/Shutterstock The chain has owned the trademark for 30 years, and recently sent a cease-and-desist to a brewery that was advertising a taco truck on its premises If you live in the U.S., chances are you have encountered the phrase "Taco Tuesday" at some point, whether in pop culture or in everyday conversation to refer to recurring taco dinners, restaurant specials, or just the general ritual of eating tacos and other Mexican food on Tuesdays. The...

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2019-08-14 14:18:26

Mayor Pete's Excellent Iowa State Fair Adventure  

In the span of four hours, presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg put down a root beer float, a pork chop on a stick, a fried bacon ball BLT, fried Oreos, and more — then washed it all down with chocolate milk Over the weekend at the 2019 Iowa State Fair, 20 candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination gave stump speeches and ate fried food for the cameras, competing for the attention of prospective caucus goers and journalists alike. Crushes of cameramen, supporters,...

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2019-08-14 13:30:59

Just Reading About Four Loko's New 14 Percent ABV Seltzer Could Make You Black Out  

Four Loko White Claw may be law, But Four Loko is ANARCHY We've spent the summer adorably sipping on low ABV hard seltzers that appeal to all, praising ourselves for staying "healthy" while we get slowly drunk by the pool. But last night, Four Loko, the makers of what was essentially alcoholic Power Thirst, announced that it does not give a fuck about your quest to pace yourself while day drinking, tweeting, "Hard seltzers ran so we could fly," with a photo of their ...

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2019-08-14 10:26:33

Tyson Really Does Not Want the Government Inspecting Its Beef  

Tyson Plus, savor your bananas while you can, and more news to start your day Consumer advocates are worried Tyson, one of the biggest meatpackers in the country, is volleying to reduce the number of inspectors at one of its Kansas beef plants, requesting to use its own employees and not inspectors from the Department of Agriculture to make sure everything is up to code. The proposal, obtained by Food and Water Watch, argues that the beef industry has evolved over the recent

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2019-08-14 10:02:00

How to Make a Costco Rotisserie Chicken Even Better  

Charleston chef Shuai Wang stans Costo rotisserie chickens Whole Foods and Costco have sold Americans on the grab-and-go rotisserie chicken. Americans bought more then 625 million pre-cooked rotisserie chickens in 2017, and if the internet's archives — which are littered with millions of recipes and hacks — are any indication, at least part of the draw (in addition to the loss-leader pricing) is the ability to repurpose the chicken throughout the week, giving the you, eater...

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2019-08-14 10:01:41

An Ina Garten Tote, a Great Frying Pan, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on August 13, 2019, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. Is the more expensive tool ever worth it? Often, the simple answer is no (ever heard a chef wax poetically about their plastic bench scraper or offset spatula?). Meanwhile, for bigger ticket items, it actually can be: The Vitamix, for example, truly...

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2019-08-14 09:32:00

Nyesha Arrington Is Still Finding Her Way After 'Top Chef'  

Nyesha Arrington | Photo by Lars Niki/Getty Images for NYCWFF The LA chef on getting comfortable with TV, leaving her restaurants, and not having a plan The first time Top Chef asked Nyesha Arrington to be on the show, she turned it down. She had gone from making dumplings in her grandmother's kitchen to eventually becoming, in her own words, "the grittiest fucking chef." But somewhere between top jobs in Michelin-starred kitchens in LA and Las Vegas, a stint running a b...

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2019-08-14 09:11:00

You Really Only Need Three Knives  

The all-important knife block may finally be losing its place of prominence The readers of the November 1976 issue of Woman's Day had a problem: No matter how well their kitchens were stocked, with appliances and cookbooks and finicky tools, something was missing. They didn't have enough knives. "A good knife is like a third hand to a good cook," intoned the Taste Of Britain ad in Woman's Day. "But no matter how good a knife is, it cannot cope with the hundred and ...

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2019-08-13 17:44:30

We're So Screwed That Jimmy John's Free House Giveaway Sounds Like a Viable Idea  

Welcome to your Jimmy John's home. | Photo courtesy of Jimmy John's With all other paths to homeownership disrupted, a sub restaurant's essay contest might be a millennial's best shot Between a rising cost of living, wages that have remained stagnant for decades, a staggering national $1.5 million student loan debt, and a critical shortage of affordable housing, the American dream of owning a home has become little more than a laughable fantasy for many millennials, wh...

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2019-08-13 15:03:23

When Did Drive-Thrus Stop Being Convenient?  

They are less efficient and more involved. What's the point? The Founder—a film about Ray Kroc, the man who made McDonald's McDonald's—depicts the first time Kroc ever ate at the restaurant that would become his kingdom. He had driven to the chain's first location in San Bernadino after the original owners, brothers Richard and Maurice McDonald, ordered eight milkshake mixers from him (at the time he was an appliance salesman) and is shocked at how efficient the opera...

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2019-08-13 12:38:05

Burger King Apologizes to Cop Whose Burger Had a Pig Drawn on the Wrapper  

Burger King Plus, bask in the glory that is this Mexican restaurant ad featuring Thanos, and more news to start your day The New Mexico Burger King is now offering free meals to local police to say sorry Cops do not have the best branding nowadays, what with the shooting and killing people and insisting that having a job that provides you with a gun means you're a protected class. So it's perhaps unsurprising that a group of fast food employees would try and make a joke a...

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2019-08-13 09:12:00

Just Get the Cheapest Bottle of Wine   

Jacob Lund / Shutterstock Pro tip: Don't be shy about your budget with the sommelier This post originally appeared in the August 12, 2019 edition of The Move, a place for Eater's editors to reveal their recommendations and pro dining tips — sometimes thoughtful, sometimes weird, but always someone's go-to move. Subscribe now. I used to be one of the legion who ordered the second-cheapest bottle of wine on any restaurant menu. Though often I would have rather gone ah...

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2019-08-12 16:57:36

Whole Foods Workers Demand Amazon Stop Working With ICE  

"Now we're here to show solidarity with our undocumented sisters, brothers, and siblings." The tensions between workers at Whole Foods and its parent company Amazon continue to rise. First, it was just that Amazon was ruining the experience of working at and shopping at Whole Foods. But today, a group of current and former Whole Foods employees called Whole Worker (which isn't a union, because Amazon will not let employees unionize) put out a public statement against Ama...

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2019-08-12 15:59:10

Listen to Eater's Digest, the Newest Podcast from Eater  

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2019-08-12 14:55:26

A Noodle Connoisseur Ranks the Best Fast-Food and Fast-Casual Mac and Cheese  

Photo: Michael C. Gray/Shutterstock Chick-fil-A is now serving mac and cheese — but some chains have already been serving it for years Macaroni and cheese, a generally perfect combination, is one of those rare foods whose processed versions, orange cheese and all, often just taste better than its artisanal iterations. Whether that's purely a product of nostalgia for Kraft stove-top varieties, or because highly processed foods are engineered to be more addictive, it fe...

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2019-08-12 14:13:20

There's No Elegant Way to Eat a Corn Dog: Here Are the Democratic Candidates at the Iowa State Fair  

Campaigning in the form of pork chops, turkey legs, and deep-fried everything The first weekend of the 2019 Iowa State Fair had it all: a butter cow, a craft beer tent, mutton bustin', a Slipknot museum, and 20 candidates vying for the Democratic presidential nomination. Iowa is the home of the first nominating contests that will eventually determine the nominee from both parties, and the food-on-a-stick bonanza is the stage on which candidates vie for the hearts of Iowa vote...

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2019-08-12 12:34:34

I Staged in a Michelin-Starred Restaurant in France and It Broke Me After One Week  

The French brigade system and the ritual of staging has defined what it means to train as a fine dining chef for more than a century — and it broke me after a week For hundreds of years, French cuisine was known as the finest in the world. This was something Western civilization just agreed on, like the weight of a kilogram. "French superiority," writes Paul Freedman, author of Ten Restaurants That Changed America, "was serenely enjoyed and universally recognized." Bu...

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2019-08-12 11:36:00

The Kitschy Cocktail Vessels That Make Drinking a Downright Delight  

The Magic City Mule cocktail at the Sylvester | The Sylvester Why drink out of a glass when you can sip from a disco ball? A cocktail served in a traditional glass is just a cocktail, but put it in something unconventional, and suddenly it's an experience. That's the philosophy that Derek Stilmann, bar manager of the Sylvester in Miami, subscribes to. The Sylvester, Stilmann says, "reminds you of a chic grandma who lived in Key West." The bar resembles a funky, eclecti...

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2019-08-12 10:55:59

Magnum Ad Suggests Being Gay Is a “Guilty Pleasure,” Which, No  

Magnum Plus, how rose strawberries came to be, and more news to start your day This ain't it, Magnum. Calling something a "guilty pleasure" typically suggests there are some things we should feel bad about enjoying. Most of us can probably agree that guilty pleasures generally apply to simple harmless things like ranch dip or bad TV. What's unequivocally not a guilty pleasure is being gay in a place where homosexuality is criminalized. To most of us that is: Magnum ...

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2019-08-12 10:30:00

Take a Trip Through the World's Ultimate Culinary Destinations  

Introducing Eater Journeys, delicious trips for the food-obsessed in partnership with Black Tomato We've poured countless hours and innumerable digestive aids into putting together Eater Travel's inspiring, authoritative series of guides to eating well around the world. We have maps of the best gelato shops in Rome, primers on breakfast in Beirut, and comprehensive guides to every aspect of eating through Taipei, Bogota, Lisbon, Paris, Rome, Tokyo, Hawaiʻi, and so much mo...

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2019-08-09 18:13:07

Here's How You Maaaybe Stop a Seagull From Stealing Your Food at the Beach  

Photo by Matt Cardy/Getty Images Protect your snacks by giving that that seabird the creeps Tired of seagulls ruining your perfectly framed oceanside soft serve photos? Sick of them snatching that $40 lobster roll? Pissed that they're pilfering your utensils? It's like they own the beach or something and aren't just part of the scenery. Well, don't give into the screeching winged possums without a fight. Stare those coastal kleptoparasites in the eye and tell them, "...

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2019-08-09 16:52:20

Well, This Is One Way Restaurants Can Approach '90s Nostalgia  

Photo: @PSBurton /Twitter Be kind, rewind… your plate The Spice Girls have returned, Monica Lewinsky is producing a season of American Crime Story, Pizza Hut's old red roof lives again — the '90s are back, baby!!! One eatery embracing generation-old aesthetics, Smitty's Oyster House, will see your hypebeast can of AriZona and raise you one cellophane-wrapped VHS tape of The Bodyguard used as a plate. The shoreline restaurant, located in the Canadian town of Gibsons, ...

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2019-08-09 14:06:52

Lucky Charms Marshmallows Are Horrible, So Why Are They Getting Bigger?  

Kraft Jet-Puffed Lucky Charms Magically Delicious Marshmallows. | Lucky Charms They don't even taste like Lucky Charms' signature dried-up scraps of rainbow styrofoam Lucky Charms' signature shamrock, star, moon, and heart marshmallows have been given the jumbo-sized treatment and are being sold by the bagful in a new collaboration with Kraft Jet-Puffed Marshmallows, the cereal brand announced this week. "Magically Delicious Marshmallows," as they're called, are ro...

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2019-08-09 12:52:05

Five Steps Restaurants (and Diners) Can Take Right Now to Make the Industry Better  

Shutterstock In a lot of ways, the restaurant business is broken. Pros Martha Hoover and Devita Davison on how to actually fix it The business of food is notorious for its toxic workplaces, underpaid workers, and struggling farmers, and it seems like every week another restaurant closes, unable to cover increasing costs related to rent and labor. At the Eater Young Guns Summit in July, two industry heavyweights who focus on sustainability and social justice shared a stage wi

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2019-08-09 11:16:03

The Hottest Trend in Liquor Is... the Chernobyl Disaster  

Getty Images Plus, an American city bans new drive-thrus, and more news to start your day. Mix two parts vodka, one part isotopes What's clear, comes from the abandoned, slightly radioactive earth, and can get you drunk? Why, it's this newly-released vodka, made from grain farmed in the zone around the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Ukraine. A British team of scientists grew rye in the exclusion zone around the former power station, and distilled it with uncontaminated...

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2019-08-09 08:00:00

Who Is Stephen Ross and Why Is the Restaurant World Talking About Him?  

Stephen Ross at the grand opening of Hudson Yards | Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images What you need to know about the Trump-supporting billionaire who's invested in America's most buzzed-about restaurants Yesterday, the internet buzzed with threats of boycotts over the fact that billionaire real estate developer Stephen Ross plans to host a fundraiser for President Donald Trump in his Hamptons home. According to the Washington Post, the Friday fundraiser costs at minimum ...

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2019-08-08 15:00:51

A Conversation With the Team That Made Bread With Ancient Egyptian Yeast  

Seamus Blackley's loaf of bread. | Photo: Maximilian Blackley. Photo-illustration: Eater. How a scientist harvested 4,500-year-old yeast and turned it into a loaf of sourdough Late Sunday night, Seamus Blackley — physicist, amateur baker, Egyptology hobbyist, and father of the Xbox — set out to bake a loaf of sourdough using 4,500-year-old yeast collected from ancient Egyptian pottery. Two weeks ago, with the help of Egyptologist @drserenalove and Microbiologist @r...

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2019-08-08 13:11:31

In Its Biggest Sting in a Decade, ICE Arrests 680 Mississippi Food Workers  

ICE executes federal search warrants at multiple Mississippi locations | ICE Critics say the ICE raid was triggered by an investigation into the sexual harassment of employees Yesterday, the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) carried out its largest workplace sting in a decade. Around 600 agents descended on seven food processing plants in Mississippi and arrested 680 suspected undocumented workers. The arrests were part of the Trump administration's crackdown on...

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2019-08-08 11:39:06

For the Ultimate Dinner Party, Look to What's Already in Your Kitchen  

At Eater Young Guns Christina Nguyen and Birk Grudem's ('14) dinner parties, expect familiar flavors from their restaurants and yes, some White Claw Minneapolis is a hotbed of culinary innovation, thanks in part to the work of Christina Nguyen and Birk Grudem (EYG '14), the creators of Hola Arepa, which specializes in Venezuelan arepas and Latin American small plates. The duo first ran a food truck for about three years before opening the Hola Arepa restaurant, and have sin...

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2019-08-08 11:16:24

I'm Out, Man: 'Shark Tank' Judge Kevin O'Leary Estimates He Spends $1K a Day on Food  

Getty Plus, McDonald's is McStopped from trademarking its "Mc" in Europe, and more news to start your day $200 buys you a lot of breakfast Shark Tank judge and one-time wannabe CEO of Canada Kevin O'Leary reportedly spends about $1,000 per day on food, according to an interview with CNBC. The reason? He says he often needs to do business meals three times a day. Unfortunately, CNBC didn't provide details on the types of restaurants O'Leary frequents, but the Shark...

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2019-08-08 09:49:08

Popeyes Launches Fried Chicken Sandwich by Teaming Up With Restaurant That Ripped Them Off  

The chain's new chicken sandwich will be available at Sweet Dixie Kitchen this week Two years ago, a small Southern-themed restaurant in Long Beach, California became a national media fixation when the owner got busted for reheating Popeyes fried chicken tenders and serving them to customers as part of a "chicken and waffles" special without disclosing the origin of that first ingredient. And now, in a bizarre but marketing-savvy twist, Popeyes is teaming up with the #popey...

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2019-08-08 09:12:00

The 17 Essential Seville Restaurants  

El Rinconcillo / official From a 17th-century tapas bar to superb coffee roasters, here's where to eat With 300 days of sunshine a year, Seville has developed a reputation in Spain for its buzzing social scene. On any given Tuesday, you'll find tons of callejeros, literally "street people," out and about, sipping ice-cold beers, throwing back modestly priced tapas, and carrying on until the wee hours of the morning. To cater to all these thirsty and hungry revelers, Se...

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2019-08-07 17:37:00

The New Egg Mascot on 'The Masked Singer' Brings Up a Lot of Questions, Few of Them Good  

Fox Broadcasting/The Masked Singer Why is an egg wearing an egg? The Masked Singer is a competition show on Fox where notable performers don mascot costumes and perform for a panel of judges — Crazy Rich Asians' Ken Jeong, noted anti-vaxxer Jenny McCarthy, noted anti-abortion advocate Nicole Scherzinger, and noted "I know you want it" sayer Robin Thicke — who then attempt to guess who it is with an inspiring though misguided optimism. "Lady Gaga!" they yell, only...

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2019-08-07 16:38:40

Fun People Order Pancakes: What Your Diner Order Says About You  

Flickr/Mat Edenius It's deeply personal — and tells your dining companions a lot about you You have to have a go-to "order" at a diner. Okay, you don't have to, but if the entire point of a diner is a six-page menu featuring everything from buttermilk waffles to broiled flounder to a tiny box of Frosted Flakes you have to tear open and pour milk into, having a signature order will make your dining experience a lot less stressful. How you land on your own signature o...

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2019-08-07 14:13:16

Join Eater Young Guns for Three New York Pop-Ups This Summer  

Get your tickets for a cocktail class, a Southern-inspired buffet dinner, or a multi-course seafood feast For eight years Eater has put together a list of the up-and-coming talent in the restaurant world — a collection of chefs, butchers, cheesemongers, bakers, sommeliers, and captains we refer to as Young Guns. We celebrated our 2019 class this summer at our first-ever Eater Young Guns Summit in Brooklyn, and are excited to continue to show some of them off during a trio of ...

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2019-08-07 13:21:32

More Bizarre Restaurant Instagram Accounts, Please  

Montreal Plaza's Instagram | Instagram Anybody can make their food look appetizing; it's the restaurants keeping it weird that are worth following Back in January 2015, vegan restaurant By Chloe announced its presence on social media with an image of a burger, fries, and drink, all painted white. (Its founder Chloe Coscarelli had already achieved TV fame, but the restaurant itself wouldn't open for months.) The next dozen-plus Instagram photos adhered to the same all-wh...

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2019-08-07 12:10:50

A Pocky T-Shirt, a Charming Tomato Dish, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on August 6, 2019, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. I'll be honest: By this point in the summer, I'm usually trying to not buy things. I've spent the past two months dining out with friends, opening my wallet for that extra glass of wine, the irresistible frozen dessert, the canned cocktails tha...

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2019-08-07 11:01:46

Even Subway's Meatball Marinara Subs Are Going Meatless  

Beyond Meatball Marinara sub. | Photo: Subway Plus, the maker of AriZona iced tea dives into weed, and more news to start your day Subway is testing a Beyond Meat sub Subway is the latest chain to hop on the fake-meat trend, starting with a plant-based version of its Meatball Marinara sub made with Beyond Meat's first-ever meatball. Starting in September, the "Beyond Meatball Marinara" will be available in 685 restaurants in Canada and the U.S. for a limited time, as Su...

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2019-08-07 09:56:55

Active-Shooter Training Could Be a Reality for More Fast-Food Workers  

The interior of a Waffle House. Because it's not like the government will help In 2018, a man shot and killed four people at a Nashville Waffle House. This year, there have been (as of publishing) 255 mass shootings since the beginning of the year. In the past month, three deadly shootings have taken place in fast food restaurant. This is the air we breathe, and because of that, Business Insider reports that the fast food industry is taking more steps to handle the very real...

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2019-08-07 09:12:00

What's the Difference Between Pickling, Brining, Marinating, and Curing?   

It all comes down to salt versus acid This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full archive. What's the Difference ...

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2019-08-06 13:48:48

Yelp Funnels Users' Calls Through Grubhub to Help Collect Widely Criticized Referral Fees From Restaurants  

AP | AP It's only the latest instance of restaurants being frustrated with Grubhub's profit-sneaking tactics In a class action lawsuit filed against Grubhub in January, restaurant owners complained that the third-party food delivery service was falsely charging them for orders every time they got a phone call. Grubhub did this by creating new numbers for the restaurants they partnered with, which rerouted to the restaurants' existing numbers, but allowed Grubhub to monit...

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2019-08-06 12:51:21

Shake Shack Jumps Into Delivery Wars With Nationwide Grubhub Partnership  

Shake Shack burger | Nick Solares The chain plans to add delivery to 150 locations across the country Shake Shack, the formerly boutique burger restaurant that's now hellbent on world domination, is finally taking the big plunge into the delivery game. The Danny Meyer-founded chain is partnering with Grubhub — a company with some highly questionable business practices — to offer delivery service at its restaurants across America, starting with locations in Chicago, New Y...

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2019-08-06 12:04:20

The Wife Cake Is a Yuen Long Specialty — and a Newly Emerged Symbol of Resistance  

Jinning Li/ As violence against protesters breaks out across Hong Kong, the sweetheart cake has gained renewed communal significance In response to a controversial extradition bill in China, tens of thousands of Hongkongers have taken their protests to the streets where, amidst gang and police violence, a surprising (and edible) symbol of resistance has emerged: the wife cake, also known as a sweetheart cake, which is a pie with a thin crust and a filling of ma

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2019-08-06 11:26:18

The Baker's Apprentice  

How Eater Young Gun Zoë Kanan established herself as one of New York's most promising culinary talents In the spring of 2015, acclaimed baker Melissa Weller was looking for a sous chef to join her team at Sadelle's, the restaurant in downtown Manhattan she'd be opening with Major Food Group a few months later. She'd winnowed the applicants down to two: One had the necessary managerial and bread-making experience; the other didn't, "but she had this energy and passi...

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2019-08-06 11:10:35

Ben and Jerry Hope You'll Feel the Bern With a Limited-Edition Ice Cream for Bernie Sanders  

Ben Cohen's "Bernie's Back" ice cream. | Ice cream: Bernie's Back. Photo-illustration: Eater. Plus, Pizza Hut is closing 500 dine-in restaurants, and more news to start your day Bernie's (ice cream is) Back! In 2016, Bernie Sanders was given his own special flavor of ice cream, called "Bernie's Yearning," by supporter and Ben & Jerry's co-founder Ben Cohen. Now, ramping up to 2020, "Bernie's Back" — referring both to Sanders' second run for p...

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2019-08-05 17:00:53

McDonald's Replaced Plastic Straws With Non-Recyclable Paper Straws in the U.K.  

McDonald's U.K. phased out plastic straws in 2018. | Customers' demand for a thicker paper straw resulted in one that can't be recycled In 2018, the indisputable year of the plastic straw backlash, McDonald's phased out the 1.8 million single-use plastic straws its 1,361 U.K. and Ireland stores go through every day in favor of "eco-friendly" paper straws. But, in a twist, an internal memo recently obtained by The Sun reveals tha...

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2019-08-05 16:56:42

How Midsommar's Food Stylist Created the Heaving, Vibrant Feast That Will Haunt Your Dreams  

Zoe Hegedus was inspired by Francis Mallmann and how Scandinavians actually eat Skål to Midsommar, the folk horror-slash-ultimate break-up film from writer and director Ari Aster. In the film, a group of Americans — including couple Dani (Florence Pugh) and Christian (Jack Reynor) — travel to participate in their Swedish friend's fictional commune's annual midsummer festival in the middle-of-nowhere village of Hälsingland, Sweden. The real nine-day pagan festival cele...

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2019-08-05 12:45:12

The New 'Great British Bake Off' Trailer Is a Chamomile-Scented Acid Trip  

Go through the looking glass with Prue, Paul, Noel, and Sandi To herald the return of TV's most satisfying cooking competition, UK network Channel 4 released this bonkers trailer for the upcoming season of the Great British Bake Off (or the Great British Baking Show it's called in the USA). Just like 2017's equally bizarre preview, this new clip sells the idea that all of England is united in a love of baking and watching this show. In 60 seconds, the viewer is introduced t...

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2019-08-05 11:28:16

Your Environmentally Friendly Lunch Bowl Is Actually Full of Non-Biodegradable Chemicals  

Molded fiber bowls won't save us. | Photo: B Young / Shutterstock Plus, a pig kidnapping highlights the use of antibiotics in livestock, and more news to start your day The environmentally friendly promise of bowl food is a lie You know those beige, plant-based, molded fiber bowls that, in a few short years, have become ubiquitous among the fast-casual set (like Sweetgreen and Chipotle) for being supposedly compostable? Turns out they are not the magical antidote to the res...

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2019-08-03 09:12:00

'Four Weddings and a Funeral' Is the Biggest TV Disappointment of the Summer  

Craig (Brandon Mychal Smith), Maya (Nathalie Emmanuel), Ainsley (Rebecca Rittenhouse), and Caleb (John Reynolds). | Hulu/Ollie Upton The new TV remake of the 1994 movie will make you yearn to watch an actually good rom-Com This post originally appeared on August 2, 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 Eat, Drink, Watch. I've got some notes on a hig...

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2019-08-02 14:00:52

My First F-Up: Turns Out Heat and Cleaning Chemicals Are a Dangerous Mix  

Eater Young Gun Caitlin McMillan remembers the downside of moving too fast My First F-Up is a series in which we ask Eater Young Guns to recall their first — or most notable — on-the-job failure. Described by her bosses as a "one-woman 'special forces,'" Young Gun Caitlin McMillan ('18) is the culinary director for CookNSolo, Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook's Philadelphia-based restaurant group. McMillan, a native of Asheville, has worked in restaurant kitchen...

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2019-08-02 13:04:46

Skittles's 'Rotten Zombie'-Flavored Halloween Candy Is Punishment for Our Sins  

Endorsed by zombies? | Skittles photo: Skittles. Zombie illustration: FOTOKITA/Shutterstock. Photo-illustration: Eater. The "utterly disgusting" candy is a dare for the truly masochistic Three months before Halloween, Skittles has launched its signature spooky candy of the year: Zombie Skittles, a pack with five normal fruit flavors and one hidden "rotten zombie" flavor described by the brand as "utterly disgusting." The zombie duds blend in with the other varietie...

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2019-08-02 11:50:45

U.K. Prison Program Gives Inmates Restaurant Training at 'The Clink'  

The Clink [Official Photo] Experience at one of the Clink's four locations is shown to lower reoffending rates

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2019-08-02 11:08:00

At Burger King, Your Meat-Free Burger Might Come With a Coating of Real Meat Juice  

Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images Plus, some chains may be abusing student visas, and more news to start your day Your meat free burger might come with a coating of real meat juice Imagine that you're a food chain, and you've proudly added a meat-free burger like the Impossible to your menu. It's probably obvious that you shouldn't cook it on a grill covered with beef run-off, right? Not if you're Burger King: that chain and others like A&W America are reported...

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2019-08-02 09:11:00

This Simple Silicone Mat Takes the Stress Out of Pie Baking  

A pastry mat would make this baker's next steps a bit easier. | Alex Tihonovs/Shutterstock The Sili Bake pastry mat includes helpful measurements that make dough wrangling feel a little less daunting I'm one of those people who much prefers baking to cooking. I like the clearly outlined steps and the fact that there's little room for improvisation — and thus, my thinking goes, little room for messing up. This last thought is misguided, of course; there's lots of roo...

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2019-08-01 18:48:25

Now Dean & DeLuca Is Defaulting on Employee Salaries, Laid-Off Workers Say  

A Dean & DeLuca store in SoHo, Manhattan. | Photo: Recently laid-off employees in California were told they would not receive the final pay they were promised Dean & DeLuca, the high-end food emporium known for peddling luxury foods to the masses even before Whole Foods and Eataly rolled onto the scene, can now add "unable to pay workers" to the long list of financial problems plaguing the once-illustrious chain. The groce...

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2019-08-01 16:00:52

Fruits! They're Cute!  

stock_shot/ High in fiber, higher in cuteness There are plenty of reasons to eat fruit, whether it's cut for you or not. It's refreshing and sweet, it's not terrible for you, and — maybe least importantly, but important still — it's pretty to look at. More so than its vegetable brethren, fruit is adorable: small and colorful, you can cup it in the palm of your hand. A toddler with a rim of watermelon stained around its mouth is a nightmare to its pa...

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2019-08-01 15:57:07

Hooters Wants to Bring Down Your Cocktail Party With Its Own Line of Spirits  

Shutterstock The breastaurant chain is distilling vodka, gin, rum, tequila, and whiskey So you're throwing a nice li'l cocktail party but are unsure what alcohol to purchase to impress your guests? Well, Hooters is here to help: The breastaurant chain has released its own line of "premium" (their word) spirits. Covering all its bases, Hooters is distilling its own vodka, gin, rum, tequila, and whiskey. At least one of those is very much a knock-off: "Hooters Heat Ci...

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2019-08-01 13:21:49

Dudes Love White Claw, So Maybe the Idea of 'Bitch Beer' Can Finally Die The misogynist notion of "bitch beer" has long kept men away from low-proof malt beverages — until now Like seemingly everybody else in America, I have spent the vast majority of this brutally hot summer sitting underneath a fan in my air-conditioned apartment and clutching a sweaty can of White Claw spiked seltzer. Available in flavors like mango, black cherry, and grapefruit, these slim cans of refreshing sparkling water are spiked with a potent 5% alc...

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2019-08-01 12:14:27

Watch Vivian Howard Dig Deep Into Southern Cuisine in the 'South by Somewhere' Trailer  

Dumplings, pepperoni rolls, and rice middlins abound Vivian Howard, the North Carolina chef/restaurateur who starred in A Chef's Life, has another new TV show in the works at PBS called South by Somewhere. While her previous series was a hybrid of a culinary documentary and a cooking show, this one will be more of a travelogue, featuring Howard visiting chefs and farmers around the South to learn about their specialties. In the new trailer, Howard makes dumplings with Mind of...

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2019-08-01 11:39:17

Beef on Weck Is Buffalo's Best Contribution to the Culinary World   

The beef on weck at Charlie the Butcher  | Melissa Renwick/Toronto Star via Getty Images The roast beef sandwich predates Buffalo wings as a specialty in upstate New York Walking through the doors of Schwabl's in Buffalo, New York, feels like stepping back into 1942. Soft jazz music plays as waitresses wearing white dresses, white nylons, and white shoes deliver food to hungry patrons. Bartenders in white shirts, ties, and white coats chat with locals and sling traditi...

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2019-08-01 11:29:15

The Ancient Baths Are Just About the Only Part of Rome Where You Won't Find a McDonald's  

Signage for a McDonald's near the Vatican City | Getty Images Plus, more unlimited pasta from Olive Garden, and other news to start your day You'll have to live out your Lizzie McGuire Movie x McDonald's fantasies elsewhere It's Italy versus fast food icon McDonald's, as the burger giant has been banned from opening near the Baths of Caracalla in Rome's ancient quarter. The baths are close to 2,000 years old, and a McDonald's was slated to be built right next to...

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2019-07-31 17:07:59

Impossible Foods Nabs FDA Approval to Sell in Grocery Stores in September  

Impossible Burger. | Photo: Impossible Foods Until now, the fake-meat company's products have only been available in restaurants Impossible Foods announced that its fake-meat patties will finally be heading to U.S. grocery store aisles this fall after receiving long-awaited Food and Drug Administration approval for a key color ingredient in its "bleeding" plant-based burgers. The FDA, as reported by Bloomberg, said in a statement that, should no objections be raised, raw...

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2019-07-31 14:06:32

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