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2020-05-23 03:37:44



Grilling a Giant Pacific Red Octopus    

At Erizo in Portland, Oregon, chef Jacob Harth prepares the 10-foot-long sea creature On this episode of Deep Dive, Erizo chef and Eater Young Gun '19 Jacob Harth shows us what goes into the intense process of cooking the giant pacific red octopus found in Tillamook Bay in Portland, Oregon. This type of octopus, which is plentiful in this part of the country, usually weighs anywhere from 20 to 100 pounds, and measures 10 to 12 feet in length. It loves to eat crab, and often...

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2020-05-22 16:54:55



Take a Break From Instagram Aesthetics and Enjoy Some Good Ol' Slop  

Toasted Pictures/Shutterstock In this era of photogenic cooking, what if you... just didn't? It's May, and you've been locked down for weeks, wearing sweatpants with such frequency that they may as well be a skin graft. The concept of presentability has long been cast aside, hung up in a closet alongside jackets, scarves, and other things that only have utility when you have access to a world outside your residence. Even notoriously formal fashion figure Tim Gunn has cav...

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2020-05-22 16:39:08



New Doc Offers Intimate Glimpse of Food Icon Diana Kennedy  

Diana Kennedy in her kitchen in Mexico | Zachary Martin (Greenwich) "Nothing Fancy" celebrates the life of 97-year-old Mexican food authority Few would say that Diana Kennedy hasn't gotten her due over her long life of studying, writing about, and teaching Mexican cuisine. She published nine cookbooks, had a cooking show, won two James Beard awards, met Prince Charles, received the Order of the Aztec Eagle from the Mexican government, appeared in every major food publica...

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2020-05-22 13:45:21



Why I Hate Strega Nona  

Tomie dePaola's book is full of chaos, bad pasta, and mixed-up lessons about doing the right thing. Read More

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2020-05-22 13:30:18



Stock Up on 'Indian-ish' Cookbook Author Priya Krishna's Pantry Staples  

Topo Chico, chutney powder, the perfect black tea, and more products the food writer pledges allegiance to Like so many people, Priya Krishna has found herself hunkering down with family during the novel coronavirus pandemic, meaning the kitchen at the Indian-ish author's disposal is in Dallas and belongs to her parents. But turns out it's not so different than her Brooklyn setup. "Without even realizing it, I have built a pantry that is functionally exactly like my mom a...

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2020-05-22 12:39:59



Which Grocery Chain Has the Best Health and Safety Policies for Its Workers?  

Whole Foods photo, Brooks Kraft LLC/Corbis via Getty Images; illustrations, zuperia/Shutterstock Breaking down hazard pay, sick leave, and general safety at Costco, Whole Foods, Trader Joe's, and more As the global pandemic drags on, grocery store employees have become frontline workers, and two months into the crisis, they're still putting their own health at risk to keep America fed — and keep food on their own tables. The risk is real: Dozens of supermarket worker...

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2020-05-22 11:00:44



Despite Panic-Stricken TikTok Trend, You Can Definitely Eat the Tiny Bugs in Your Strawberries  

Photo: Denis Larkin/Shutterstock Plus, the U.K. has a flour shortage that has nothing to do with "The Great British Bake-Off," and more news to start your day Yes, there are likely bugs living in our fresh produce. No, I did not want to be reminded of that. File this under "information I already knew on an intellectual level but did not need a visceral reminder of": people are discovering anew that there are probably tiny insects living inside their strawberries, as e...

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2020-05-22 10:00:00



The Best Kitchen Tools and Gadgets on Sale for Memorial Day  

A barbecue might not be in the cards this Memorial Day, but you can still buy a grill at a discount. | Found Image Holdings/Getty Images From KitchenAids to Instant Pots, here are all the deals to help you meet your summer cooking goals  Memorial Day is here, and while it's likely your usual plans for the three-day weekend have changed, the sales have not. As usual, retailers are marking the holiday for honoring fallen military personnel with deals. Given that Memorial ...

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2020-05-22 09:52:16



Special Sauce: NYT's Pete Wells on the Future of Restaurant Criticism  

NYT restaurant critic Pete Wells on how restaurant criticism will change because of the coronavirus pandemic, and on what he's cooking at home. Read More

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2020-05-22 07:45:48



This Chicken Schnitzel Is One of Michael Solomonov's Favorite Recipes  

The star Philly chef behind Zahav studs his schnitzel with matzo meal and a Yemeni spice blend Not many restaurants have as much national acclaim and buzz circling them as Zahav, which introduced Philly to its version of Israeli cuisine over 10 years ago. At Zahav and the other restaurants in owners Michael Solomonov and Steve Cook's (ever-growing) roster, you'll find a unique mix of Israeli and Jewish favorites, from rugelach and babka to Yemenite pull-apart kubaneh bread an...

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2020-05-21 16:16:07



All the, Uh, Creative Ways Restaurants Are Enforcing Social Distancing  

Human-shaped cardboard cutouts sit at tables in a Sydney restaurant | James D. Morgan/Getty Images From mannequins to stuffed animals to pool noodles you wear on your head, here's how restaurants are keeping customers away from each other As the majority of U.S. states and several countries worldwide cautiously (or not!) reopen their doors to customers, one rule seems to prevail regardless of culture or custom: maintaining a safe social distance between employees and guests ...

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2020-05-21 14:17:52



A Restaurant Ended Its Relationship With World Central Kitchen Over Its Dealings With ICE. It's Complicated.  

Chef Jose Andres | Samantha Higgins (WCK) La Morada, an undocumented immigrant-run restaurant in the Bronx, New York, also accuses the Jose Andres-founded organization of having "ties to gentrifying forces" In April, World Central Kitchen, founded by chef Jose Andres, announced Chefs for America, a program to provide 1 million free meals to those experiencing food insecurity. The nonprofit organization, which is known for feeding people in need following natural disa...

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2020-05-21 14:10:33



Cocktails To Go Are Now Legal in Pennsylvania  

It's official: R restaurants can sell mixed drinks for takeout during the coronavirus pandemic

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2020-05-21 13:24:54



How Gluten Works in Bread, Noodles, Pasta, Pie Dough, and More  

What "gluten-free" actually means, and how wheat protein enhances doughs, batters, and baked goods of all kinds. Read More

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2020-05-21 13:04:35



By the Numbers: Here's What Reopening America's Restaurants Is Going to Look Like  

Photo by John Moore/Getty Images Even though people are slowly starting to eat out again as cities and states push to reopen their COVID-19-stricken economies, anyone expecting restaurants to immediately return to normal will be very disappointed. New data show that American restaurants are in for a long rehabilitation, one that might take more than a year — for the restaurants that even survive the coming months — as fear and uncertainty prevent restaurants, their workers...

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2020-05-21 12:15:42



Food Workers Are Experiencing Hostility and Violence From Customers Refusing to Wear Masks  

Grocery and restaurant workers trying to enforce mask-wearing rules are facing threats and violence. | Photo: pixfly/Shutterstock A Waffle House employee was shot in Colorado after refusing service to a maskless diner Grocery and restaurant workers face threats and violence as they try to enforce face mask policies Grocery and restaurant workers are increasingly bearing the brunt of politicized — and, occasionally, violent — opposition to policies requesting that people w...

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2020-05-21 10:53:05



Eater's Restaurant Critics Review NYC's Best Frozen Dumplings and Bao   

For those without an East Asian dumpling restaurant nearby, the grocery store freezer case dumplings are often quite a treat, according to Eater's critics

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2020-05-21 10:49:45



From the Strategist: Everything You Need to Start Fermenting at Home  

The best books, salts, and tools to kickstart a vegetable preserving hobby, from the Strategist It's very likely that your fridge has never been fuller than it is right now. Sure, you're going to the grocery store less, but you're buying more when you would on a typical shopping trip. Most produce — vegetables, in particular — has a tendency to go bad if you don't use it quickly. One very easy way to extend the shelf life (and allow you to go even more time between g...

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2020-05-21 10:40:59



Enjoy This Satisfying Pasta Recipe for Lazy, Late-Night Cravings  

According to comedian Iliza Shlesinger, "It's super easy, super satisfying, and frankly, a little blurry"  As a comedian and actress, Iliza Shlesinger thrives with an audience. Which is why her quarantine time has been spent working on a rather timely pivot: an Instagram cooking show she spun up with her husband, Noah Galuten, an LA-based chef. With 63 episodes and counting, Don't Panic Pantry is serious stuff: a week's worth of recipes released in advance, complet...

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2020-05-21 04:45:06



Enjoy This Satisfying Pasta Recipe for Lazy, Late-Night Cravings  

According to comedian Iliza Shlesinger, "It's super easy, super satisfying, and frankly, a little blurry"  As a comedian and actress, Iliza Shlesinger thrives with an audience. Which is why her quarantine time has been spent working on a rather timely pivot: an Instagram cooking show she spun up with her husband, Noah Galuten, an LA-based chef. With 63 episodes and counting, Don't Panic Pantry is serious stuff: a week's worth of recipes released in advance, complet...

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2020-05-20 18:38:05



Illinois Restaurants Can Reopen for Outdoor Dining on May 29   

Gov. J.B. Pritzker says health experts are comfortable with patio dining

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2020-05-20 18:13:25



Alison Roman, Bon Appétit, and the Global Pantry Problem   

In this, the age of the global pantry, ingredients like turmeric, tahini, and gochujang have finally shaken off their hitherto "exotic" status. But it's white cooking personalities like Alison Roman and many of the Bon Appetit Test Kitchen stars who have had viral success using them. Alison Roman is the "prom queen of the pandemic." Or, at least, she was. The cookbook author and YouTube star, who rose to fame on the strength of her heady-yet-approachable recipes, l...

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2020-05-20 15:14:40



From the Strategist: This Highly Rated Nespresso Machine (That Makes Perfect Lattes) Is 40 Percent Off   

A good deal on a coffee machine from the Strategist Most top-of-the-line espresso machines are extremely expensive, take up a lot of space, and don't come with easy-to-use pods. That's why the Nespresso machine has become such a beloved staple of people who love espresso and saving money. Grub Street editor Alan Sytsma gave one to his folks a few years back — and "my parents quickly became obsessed," he reported — and Team Strategist has long been impressed by just ...

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2020-05-20 15:03:45



New Bill Proposes $120 Billion in Grants to Support Independent Restaurants  

Edvard Nalbantjan / Shutterstock The grants wouldn't have to be repaid A newly proposed bill could go a long way in supporting small and medium-sized restaurants that have struggled to access and make use of Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans. On Wednesday, May 20, Rep. Earl Blumenauer of Oregon announced plans to introduce the Real Economic Support That Acknowledges Unique Restaurant Assistance Needed to Survive (RESTAURANTS) Act of 2020 — a mouthful, but worth it...

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2020-05-20 15:02:00



Portland's Han Oak May Not Reopen Its Dining Room Until a Vaccine Is Released   



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2020-05-20 14:29:01



A Guide to All the Restaurant Safety Guides  

Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images With CDC guidelines coming in at a slight four pages, independent restaurant industry groups are stepping in with their own guidance As states and communities decide they have sufficiently flattened the curve of the novel coronavirus pandemic and give the green light to reopen businesses, restaurant owners are faced with the daunting task of keeping their employees and customers safe from infection. But when it comes to implementing safety protoc

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2020-05-20 14:23:05



Napa County Restaurants Can Reopen Their Dining Rooms   

All wineries, vineyards, and tasting rooms must remain closed unless they serve sit-down diners

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2020-05-20 14:06:35



The Great Farm Box Boom  

Amidst the pandemic, CSAs and direct-from-farm food is more accessible—and attractive—than ever. Read More

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2020-05-20 13:03:48



A Movie-able Feast: Criterion Channel Has a Smorgasbord of Great Food Movies Right Now  

Photo-illustration: Eater From ramen adventure "Tampopo" to the sinful meals of "Babette's Feast," these streaming movies will leave you hungry In 2018, when it was announced that FilmStruck would shut down, cinephiles (myself included) let out a collective wail — and with good reason: it was the exclusive home of The Criterion Collection. Amid the outcry, Criterion and former corporate parent Warner Bros. carved out a deal that would allow the films on FilmStruck...

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2020-05-20 10:54:25



Subway and Potbelly, Two of America's Favorite Mediocre Sandwich Chains, Are at Risk  

Plus, Alison Roman is on temporary leave from the New York Times, and more news to start your day Both Subway and Potbelly are hard-hit by the pandemic The pandemic is coming for that bread smell. Subway has laid off more than 150 people, including 100 from its corporate offices, in what a PR rep says is an "[acceleration of] a restructuring plan for which we had been preparing" due to COVID-19. Subway had already laid off 300 people in February, but the pandemic is making t...

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2020-05-20 10:30:00



The Case for Fussy Breakfasts  

Natalia Van Doninck/Shutterstock How to game breakfast into a luxurious solo pursuit If breakfast has suffered the most indignities in the name of convenience, it's because it's so naturally fussy at heart. The permutations of sweet, fatty, juicy, and crisp are only achieved through a cadre of dedicated appliances, dishes, and devices that make mornings important: the toaster, waffle iron, citrus reamer, omelet pan, French press, tea infuser, milk frother, cold-press juice...

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2020-05-20 04:48:38



How Ebisu Endo Quickly Became One of Japan's Top Sushi Restaurants   

Chef Norihito Endo put his own spin on the traditions of the omakase masters "I think the food culture won't progress until the next generation exceeds the current one," says sushi chef Norihito Endo. "Having an absolute respect for my masters is important, but at the same time, I try to see them as milestones I can go beyond." Though his father was also a sushi chef, Chef Endo initially left Japan to go to college in the U.K. and train to be a professional football...

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2020-05-19 17:02:44



Where Restaurants Have Reopened Across the U.S.  

Jessica McGowan/Getty Images More than half the country is reopening for business amid the coronavirus pandemic After weeks — and in some cases, nearly two months — of shutdowns, states across the country are beginning to allow non-essential businesses to reopen in multi-phase plans. In Texas, restaurants can reopen their dining rooms at 25 percent capacity, while diners in Alaska and New Hampshire must make reservations in advance of their meals. Some states, like Montana...

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2020-05-19 14:30:00



How the Pandemic Transformed Drinking Culture  

From a massive increase in online liquor sales to virtual happy hours and pub quizzes Once upon a time, in a distant land far, far away, the alcohol industry faced a branding crisis and pivoted towards more "wellness" and "self care" messaging. Canned cocktails with 5% alcohol, CBD-infused beers, and alcoholic seltzer flooded the market and "mocktails" started appearing on bar menus. And then, the novel coronavirus became a global pandemic and ALL of that went out ...

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2020-05-19 14:02:00



Thanks, but I'll Stay Home   

If the new normal means struggling to eat food through a manual mask hole, I'll pass I wasn't alive to watch the Wright brothers lift off from a runway, or see a lightbulb fill with electricity for the first time, but history is made every day. May I introduce to you: This mask, which I can't stop thinking about. The idea, as demonstrated in a video that NBC Dallas-Fort Worth shared to Twitter, is that every time you're ready to take a bite, you squeeze a trigger casually...

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2020-05-19 13:44:16



Can't Find Bread Flour? Vital Wheat Gluten Can Help  

While it's not a perfect fix in all cases, vital wheat gluten can help all-purpose flour perform more like bread flour by boosting its protein levels. Read More

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2020-05-19 13:34:44



Trump Says It 'Should Be Easy' to Extend Deadline for Restaurants to Spend Stimulus Loans  

President Donald Trump held a roundtable with leaders from the restaurant industry on May 18. | Photo by Doug Mills - Pool/Getty Images A group of restaurateurs including Thomas Keller and Will Guidara met with the White House to discuss various concerns over the Paycheck Protection Program In a May 18 roundtable with restaurant executives and industry leaders, the Trump administration signaled a willingness to address flaws in the Paycheck Protection Program — including a r...

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2020-05-19 13:28:28



From the Strategist: The Best Vegetarian and Vegan Cookbooks, According to Vegetarian and Vegan Chefs   

Whether you're a vegetarian or just looking for more creative ways to cook vegetables, consider these 21 books from the Strategist Maybe you're finally feeling ready to eat a more plant-based diet, but aren't totally sure how to prepare vegetables without being totally boring. Maybe you've decided to give up all animal products in your diet, but aren't sure where to start, or maybe you're a longtime vegetarian or vegan who's trying to shake up your routine and get a...

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2020-05-19 11:50:37



Why Meatpacking Plants Have Become Coronavirus Hot Spots  

Meatpacking facilities are inherently susceptible to COVID-19 outbreaks

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2020-05-19 11:22:55



Is It Safe to Eat at Restaurants Yet?  

Tom Kelley Archive/Stringer/Getty; Xinzheng/Getty Dining out right now will come with certain risks. Here's what you can do to keep yourself and others around you safe. America is in the early stages of reopening. After weeks of stay-at-home orders, more than 30 states have allowed nonessential businesses to reopen. This means that thousands of restaurants, after pivoting to takeout or closing altogether, are now legally permitted to open their dining rooms to customers. ...

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2020-05-19 10:22:38



Small Farmers Don't Think They'll Financially Make It Through the Pandemic  

Shutterstock Plus, unions try to address sexual harassment at McDonald's, and more news to start your day Over 30% of small farmers say they're having a hard time covering expenses The novel coronavirus pandemic has done a good job of showing just how big the cracks in our food supply chain are. Despite factory farms being hotspots of the virus, causing meat shortages and price spikes, small farms are struggling. According to a new survey from the Stone Barns Center for F...

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2020-05-19 09:42:00



Just Bake From a Box  

Everyone's baking in quarantine, but there's no shame in reaching for Betty Crocker This post originally appeared in the May 18, 2020 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. Since the start of shelter-in-place, I've watched friends and strangers across my social feeds embark on baking challenges: sourdough breads, yes...

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2020-05-19 09:04:00



24 Grilled Seafood Recipes for Memorial Day Weekend  

What better way to enjoy seafood than fresh off the grill? We've rounded up 24 recipes for grilled shrimp, salmon, swordfish, and more. Read More

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2020-05-19 07:43:48



Grilled Rib-Eye Steaks In Korean Marinade  

All you need to serve a quality rib-eye is a pat of butter and a healthy appetite, especially when you use a killer marinade like this one. The Korean soy-based blend is a bit sweet, a bit spicy, and deliciously toasty thanks to a touch of sesame oil.

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2020-05-19 05:46:13



Cherry Streusel Cake  

Finally, a delicious compromise between cake and pie. Crumbly streusel topping, sprinkled onto layers of cake batter and cherry pie filling, puts the finishing touch on this absolutely lush dessert.

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2020-05-19 05:29:51



It Took Quarantine to Validate Sandra Lee's 'Semi-Homemade Cooking'  

NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via No one's laughing at Lee's casseroles now that we're all sick of cooking and have a pantry full of canned beans "When I Don't Feel Like Cooking, I Remember Canned Tuna" reads the headline of recent Bon Appetit op-ed by Carla Lalli Music. It's one of many pieces from food media that grapples with cooking with pantry staples and canned goods instead of unlimited ingredients. Some are excited over the challenge, others are more resig...

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2020-05-18 18:45:51



The Future of the Intimate Chef's Counter Is in Doubt   

Some of the best restaurants in Seattle won't be able to offer the experience they're most known for with COVID-19 restrictions

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2020-05-18 17:02:53



From the Strategist: The Best Wine Subscriptions, According to Sommeliers   

These wine clubs will keep you supplied for countless virtual happy hours, from the Strategist Sheltering in place, mercifully, has thus far had little effect on happy hours, which are continuing apace, if not happening more, virtually and in person (should you be quarantined with people whose company you enjoy). Whether you're toasting alone or with others, drinking of course requires something to drink — and even though wine and liquor stores are considered essential busine...

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2020-05-18 16:00:25



Thoughts on a Potential Delivery App Merger, Michelin Star Mannequins, and More  

Mannequins take a seat at the Inn at Little Washington | Inn at Little Washington [official] Discussing the biggest stories of the week on the Eater's Digest podcast What do Uber Eats and Grubhub have to gain from a rumored merger, and which company needs it more? What is the story behind the restaurant using mannequins to ease the awkwardness of socially distanced dining? And what is the latest on restaurant reopenings across America? We discuss the above questions and more...

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2020-05-18 15:21:44



SF Restaurants Stand to Lose Hundreds of Millions Without Tech Conferences   

Dreamforce is the money-making event of the year for SoMa bars and restaurants. Now it's vanished into the virtual ether, perhaps for good

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2020-05-18 13:54:05



Some Restaurant Owners Want to Close. The Problem Is, It's Not That Simple.   

Getty Images Confronted with growing losses from the pandemic, restaurant owners face personal ruin This is Eater Voices, where chefs, restaurateurs, writers, and industry insiders share their perspectives about the food world, tackling a range of topics through the lens of personal experience. First-time writer? Don't worry, we'll pair you with an editor to make sure your piece hits the mark. If you want to write an Eater Voices essay, please send us a couple paragraphs...

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2020-05-18 12:57:41



The Ultimate Guide to Instant Noodles  

A variety of instant noodles from different countries How to mash-up, deconstruct, and altogether upgrade the versatile staple of dorm room dining As a semi-professional noodle slurper and collector, I've eaten hundreds of noodles in my life, but I have a particular soft spot for one type, specifically: the instant kind. You know, those hard squiggly bricks of dried, fried noodles with accompanying seasoning packets that have long been the foundation of the American coll...

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2020-05-18 12:49:52



The Science of Sourdough Starters  

You don't have to understand the the science of sourdough yeasts and bacteria to bake great sourdough bread, but it sure can help. Read More

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2020-05-18 12:17:53



Stock Your Spice Rack With These Chef-Recommended Essential Spices  

It might be time to refresh your spice rack. | pilipphoto/Shutterstock From fruity and fragrant to smoky and savory, these spices are the easiest way to level-up your home cooking Whether you're a die-hard recipe follower of more of a freestyle improvisor, one of the easiest things you can do to improve your home cooking is to level up the contents of your spice cabinet. It's difficult to overstate just how quickly a dash of a fresh, high-quality spice can elevate your ...

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2020-05-18 12:14:37



Master Silky Steamed Eggs, From Junzi Culinary Director Lucas Sin  

Eater Young Gun Sin tested this recipe several times so you don't have to Chawanmushi, gyeranjjim, zhengshuidan — steamed eggs appear with countless regional variations across east Asian cultures. In Japan, chawanmushi is a vessel for seafood, mushrooms, and seasonal vegetables; Korean steamed eggs are a bit fluffier, and a beautiful glossy egg is what you'll see in other versions. Lucas Sin's steamed egg topped with scallions, soy, and XO sauce ...

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2020-05-18 10:37:09



Jamelle Bouie Tastes Banana Nut Cheerios  

Jamelle Bouie assesses whether Banana Nut Cheerios are a worthy addition to the Cheerios family. Read More

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2020-05-18 07:31:04



Kroger Offers Employees 'Thank You' Bonus After Receiving Criticism for Ending Hero Pay  

Kroger | Shutterstock Plus, it is quite easy to scam DoorDash, and more news to start your day For all the insistence that grocery workers are "heroes," many still feel disposable By now you've probably seen numerous commercials with swelling music and close-up shots of workers in masks, solemnly reminding us that we're all in this together and referring to the heroes on the frontlines. Food service and grocery workers have fallen under that umbrella, such that grocer...

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2020-05-15 13:38:25



Waffle House Claims to Be About 'People.' Its Own People Say Otherwise.  

Photo by Matthew Stockman/Getty Images The idea of "family" is key to the restaurant chain's image. But to some hourly employees, that core concept has rung hollow during the pandemic. Jamie* was less than a month into their new job at a Waffle House in Florence, South Carolina, when they were called in to work during Hurricane Matthew in 2016. The storm was "devastating," causing constant power outages, they recall. Nevertheless, Jamie and about 20 other Waffle Ho...

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2020-05-15 12:56:37



Two Months Into the Pandemic, Mounting Unpaid Rent Is a Top Concern for NYC Restaurateurs   

As rent costs and other utilities continue to pile up in the face of slumping sales, restaurateurs talk about ways they're trying to stay afloat right now

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2020-05-15 11:42:08



'Hyori's Bed and Breakfast' Is the Perfect Quarantine Show  

A screengrab from "Hyori's Bed and Breakfast," streaming on Netflix K-pop icon Lee Hyori hosts guests in her home, cooks endless delicious meals, and takes a lot of naps A few weeks ago, I had a crisis: Terrace House had become too stressful. The show's routines of cooking, working, and low-key gossiping had become consumed by the romantic drama, and I kept getting too upset over who was pursuing whom. I needed a show with the soothing domestic rhythms of Terrace House...

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2020-05-15 11:04:50



According to McDonald's, the Future of Fast Food Is Very Clean and Socially Distant  

McDonald's Plus, viruses can spread really quickly in a dining room, and more news to start your day Get ready to see a lot of cleaning As states continue to allow restaurant dining rooms to reopen, but science shows how quickly viruses spread in places like dining rooms, most restaurants are put in a strange position of trying to offer hospitality and comfort while also setting up a bunch of limitations on how diners can interact. The Wall Street Journal reports that McDon...

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2020-05-15 10:54:32



Special Sauce: NYT Restaurant Critic Pete Wells on the State of the Industry  

Pete Wells, the New York Times restaurant critic, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has debilitated the industry. Read More

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2020-05-15 07:45:02



Nevada Allows Restaurants Inside Casinos to Reopen for Dine-in Service  

Restrictions will prevent diners walking on casino floors

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2020-05-14 18:47:29



Proposed Law Could Allow Ailing California Restaurants to Terminate Lease Agreements   

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2020-05-14 16:32:52



Berkeley Will Fully Close Its Streets to Create Giant Outdoor Dining Rooms   

The Bay Area city is moving fast to expand outdoor dining

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2020-05-14 15:51:03



Feast, Portland's Largest Food and Drink Festival, Is Canceled for 2020   

Feast Portland, one of the country's most prominent food festivals, won't be happening this year

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2020-05-14 13:50:30



We've Been Told That 75 Percent of Restaurants Will Close. But Where Did That Number Come From?  

Shutterstock The figure has been reported dozens of times since March 18 If you love restaurants — or are just a sentient being on planet Earth — you've probably heard that 75 percent of independent restaurants will close by the time the COVID-19 pandemic is over. It's a figure that has been reported dozens of times since March 18, when Tom Colicchio, the chef, TV star, and political activist, floated it to the Washington Post. At some point, the statistic became part ...

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2020-05-14 11:32:58



If Momofuku Is Closing Restaurants, What Does It Mean for Everyone Else?  

Courtesy of Netfix Momofuku is banking on cost-cutting and new consumer products to weather the storm. Few other restaurant groups will be able to do the same. "From the beginning, the restaurant community has been warning people that there are going to be massive closures; it's going to get bleak before it gets better," David Chang said yesterday in a new episode of his podcast. "I don't know if the world at large believed us, but it's happening now." Indeed, it...

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2020-05-14 10:56:35



Why Farmworkers Are Especially at Risk for COVID-19  

Farm laborers from Fresh Harvest in a field in Greenfield, California | Brent Stirton/Getty Images As hundreds of farmworkers test positive for coronavirus, many remain unprotected This story was originally published on Civil Eats. At the end of April, 71 fruit-tree workers at a large orchard in central Washington state were tested for COVID-19. None showed any symptoms of the novel coronavirus, except for four with a mild cough. But more than half tested positive, a

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2020-05-14 09:02:00



Ina Is Queen, Even in Quarantine  

We may all be on our own right now, but Ina Garten remains the consummate host—Top Ramen, frozen waffles, and all. Read More

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2020-05-14 07:56:16



A Guide to All the Restaurant Safety Guides  

Alexi Rosenfeld/Getty Images As the CDC and Trump administration fail to coordinate on comprehensive protocols, independent restaurant industry groups are stepping in with their own guidance As states and communities decide they have sufficiently flattened the curve of the novel coronavirus pandemic and give the green light to reopen businesses, restaurant owners are faced with the daunting task of keeping their employees and customers safe from infection. But when it comes

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2020-05-13 18:00:17



The New Rancho Gordo Cookbook Gets Fired Up About Beans  

Rancho Gordo beans have always been cool, but its latest cookbook a full guide to the humble pantry staple that reveals just how magical beans can truly be

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2020-05-13 17:05:11



Momofuku Permanently Closes D.C. Location as Part of Company Overhaul   



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2020-05-13 16:08:14



Momofuku Is Closing Nishi and Uprooting Ssäm Bar in New York  

David Chang's restaurant empire is making the change in light of the COVID-19 crisis's economic impact

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2020-05-13 16:04:47



Excuse Us, 'Papa' John Schnatter: We're in the Middle of a Class War  

Rob Kim/Getty Images Schnatter's giving us a tour of his mansion on TikTok, monstrous mating eagle clock and all By now, you may be familiar with the saga of John Schnatter, founder of Papa John's pizza. It began in 1984, when he started selling pizzas out of his dad's bar in Indiana. Now, Papa John's is a publicly traded company, and for many years Papa John himself remained the face of the business, even as he trash-talked the Affordable Care Act and the NFL players ...

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2020-05-13 16:01:18



Buying Grubhub Might Be Uber's Best Chance to Save Itself  

As its ride hailing business suffers, delivery could be one way to stem Uber's massive losses

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2020-05-13 15:57:10



The Final Day of Gem Spa, an East Village Icon from a Bygone Era  

The corner store has been around since the 1920s, but after a tumultuous year, Gem Spa has closed for good due to the pandemic. Here are photos as the owner clears out.

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2020-05-13 15:36:26



Creamy Bean Dip With Roasted Tomato Puttanesca Salad  

This creamy white bean dip with a bright puttanesca-inspired topping is the perfect snacking appetizer, no sharing required. Read More

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2020-05-13 11:07:06



A West Michigan Restaurant Is Adding a COVID-19 Fee to Takeout Orders   

The $1 fee is charged per meal and is designed to help offset the rising cost of serving carryout food

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2020-05-13 11:04:58



It's Still the Jungle Out There  

Workers line up to return to work a Tyson processing plant in Logansport, Indiana, which temporarily closed after 900 workers tested positive for COVID-19 | AP Photo/Michael Conroy More than a century after Upton Sinclair's novel about exploitation in America's meat industry, the coronavirus has revealed how little meatpacking has changed Black Hawk County Sheriff Tony Thompson left the Tyson pork processing plant in Waterloo, Iowa, in disgust. On April 10, after receivi...

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2020-05-13 10:35:11



Grocery Prices Experience Highest Percentage Jump in Almost 50 Years  

Photo: FamVeld/Shutterstock Plus, people are attempting Robert Pattinson's disastrous handheld pasta, and other news to start the day April saw the highest spike in grocery prices in 46 years The price of groceries in the U.S. shot up by 2.6 percent in April, according to a Bureau of Labor Statistics consumer price index released on May 12. This was the largest one-month jump in "food at home" costs since February 1974, CNBC reports. The price of meats, poultry, fish,...

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2020-05-13 10:30:00



How an Italian Bakery Has Made Olive Bread for Over 100 Years  

Madonia Brothers Bakery in the Bronx is famous for this braided beauty "Cooking is like jazz because in cooking, you can improvise all you want. Whereas baking is classical music, you can't deviate from the program," says Jason Lalima, who has been making his father's beloved olive bread at Madonia Brothers Bakery in the Bronx for decades. "There's no reason to change perfection. This is my father's legacy right here." Madonia Brothers Bakery is an old-school,...

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2020-05-13 09:52:40



This Egyptian Grain Bowl Is the Pantry Wonder-Dish We Need Right Now  

Anny Gaul Koshari is filling, flavorful, easy to make, and basically perfect Last September, the Egyptian fast-casual chain Zooba opened a branch in Lower Manhattan. Among Egyptian classics like taameya and hawawshi, one of the most popular dishes on the menu from the start has been koshari — a centuries-old grain bowl that's suddenly found itself an unlikely global "it" food. Manhattan's Zooba is just the latest in a series of hot spots in cities like Cairo, Berli...

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2020-05-12 18:23:36



The Little Product That Can Do Basically Everything  

Okay, not everything — but bench scrapers are pretty awesome kitchen tools This post originally appeared on May 12, 2020, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. I felt a little less alone in my cookware obsession last week when Twitter lit up with responses — positive and negative — to a tweet from Mindy Kaling: "I have a boring but important question. I need a new whole collection of p...

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2020-05-12 18:19:15



This Three-Michelin-Starred Restaurant Will Plant Mannequins at Tables to Make Social Distancing 'Less Awkward'  

Gordon Beall Sure why not

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2020-05-12 14:14:02



A Drone's Eye View of LA's Longest Drive-Thru Lines  

Last week, with the help of an aerial drone, Eater LA surveyed multiple spots around LA County where queues could reach up to fifty cars long

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2020-05-12 14:10:28



How to Stock a Sichuan Pantry, According to Fuchsia Dunlop  

Chinese-cooking expert and author Fuchsia Dunlop takes us on a tour of the most essential ingredients for cooking Sichuan food at home. Read More

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2020-05-12 13:00:48



Chicago Mandates Fee Transparency From Delivery Apps  

On Monday, the city announced it would require third parties to provide itemized receipts breaking down what restaurants pay in commissions and service fees

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2020-05-12 12:49:23



Uber Is Trying to Buy Grubhub to Create a Food Delivery Goliath  

Cindy Ord/Getty Images The world of restaurant delivery options could soon get even smaller Uber is making a play to acquire Grubhub, according to a report by Bloomberg, and an official agreement between the rideshare service and the food delivery platform could be possible "as soon as this month." The merger would create the country's largest food-delivery platform in terms of market share, a potentially worrisome prospect for restaurants that already have limited opti...

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2020-05-12 12:30:10



Six Questions Restaurant Workers Should Ask Their Employers Before Returning to Work  

Shutterstock The restaurant you used to work for received a PPP loan and wants you back — now what? As every city and state wrestles independently with its response to the COVID-19 pandemic and how to safely reopen society and the economy, restaurants and bars are at the bleeding edge of the conversation — as are the employees who must navigate whether or not they will return to work. Millions of restaurant workers have been laid off, furloughed, or otherwise unemployed ...

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2020-05-12 12:30:00



The Un-Heroic Reality of Being an 'Essential' Restaurant Worker  

As a restaurant employee, I've been deemed an essential worker. But you'd never know that from the way I'm treated. This is Eater Voices, where chefs, restaurateurs, writers, and industry insiders share their perspectives about the food world, tackling a range of topics through the lens of personal experience. First-time writer? Don't worry, we'll pair you with an editor to make sure your piece hits the mark. If you want to write an Eater Voices essay, please send us a...

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2020-05-12 12:00:01



Restaurant Workers: How Do You Feel About Businesses Reopening?  

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images Take our survey to help us understand COVID-19's impact on restaurant work Se puede encontrar una versión en Español de esta historia y la encuesta aquí/A Spanish version of this post and survey can be found here. The COVID-19 pandemic continues to change the way restaurants operate, perhaps in ways that will stick around for years to come. The impact on workers has been paramount. Since the last week of March, more than 30 million peop...

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2020-05-12 11:45:00



Trabajadores de servicios de alimentos: Eater quiere saber qué opinas sobre la reapertura de la industria  

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images Responde nuestra encuesta para ayudarnos a entender el impacto de COVID-19 en los trabajadores, y lo que opinas sobre la reapertura de restaurantes en las próximas semanas. An English version of this post and survey can be found here/Se puede encontrar una versión en Ingles de esta historia y la encuesta aquí. A mediados de marzo, la pandemia golpeó la industria de los restaurantes como un meteorito, deshaciendo o transformando de maner...

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2020-05-12 11:39:01



All the Tools You Need to Make Great Bread at Home  

The basic tools any home baker should arm themselves with before getting started. Read More

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2020-05-12 10:30:32



18 Spring Salads to Say Goodbye to Winter  

All the bright and fresh spring salad recipes you need to properly welcome the season. Read More

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2020-05-12 07:45:50



Lady Bird Johnson's Famous Lemon Cake  

The key to this luscious lemon cake? Zest and juice in the cake and the icing for a double dose of citrus. Great option for those who don't usually go for heavier desserts.

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2020-05-12 04:26:20



What Exactly Is Going on Between Chrissy Teigen and Alison Roman on Twitter?  

NBC/Getty Images After making some critical comments about Teigen and Marie Kondo in an interview, rising star Roman faces her first big backlash In These Trying Times, we reach for the things that get us through our monotonous days. Zoom calls with family. A perfectly risen sourdough loaf. And of course, Twitter gossip about popular-but-niche food personalities. You may have seen a dust-up over the weekend involving food world ingenue Alison Roman and model, cookbook author,

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2020-05-11 16:32:28



How the Pandemic Exposed the Cracks In Our Industrial Meat System  

Photo by John Lamparski/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images This week on Eater's Digest, meat expert Matthew Wadiak on where we went wrong Last week, almost one-fifth of Wendy's locations were sold out of hamburgers, multiple national grocery chains limited how many fresh meat products shoppers could buy, and Shake Shack execs spoke of rising beef prices on an earnings call. The supply chain of fresh poultry, pork, and beef has been heavily impacted by the closure of ...

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2020-05-11 16:17:11



Behold the Most Expensive Takeout in America  



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2020-05-11 16:00:00






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