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Don't Host a Traditional Thanksgiving. Skip the Turkey and Try This Instead.  

Your table doesn't need to look like a Norman Rockwell painting Every November, without fail, food publications promise to help you master the perfect Thanksgiving. "Best turkey ever!" and "101 drool-worthy sides!" they tease. What follows is usually a rehashing of the holiday's greatest hits with a few new bells and whistles thrown in, because Thanksgiving is all about tradition (and I would know — I've spent a decade-plus in food media, helping put together ma...

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2019-10-15 11:15:00



Hosting Thanksgiving 101  

Ideas for recipes, decor, and strategies to successfully cook Thanksgiving for the first time Ah, Thanksgiving. The one time each year when people who have never considered hosting a formal dinner party... host a formal dinner party. Look, I get it. I've been writing about food full-time for over a decade, and in the food world, Thanksgiving is the No. 1 biggest holiday of the year (followed, natch, by the Super Bowl). Food editors pull overtime in July developing recipes f...

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2019-10-15 11:04:54



Walmart Will Deliver Groceries Directly to Your Fridge to Compete With Amazon  

Walmart's new home delivery service sends groceries right to your fridge. | Photo: Walmart Plus, big meat meets fake meat, and more news to start your day Walmart wants to deliver groceries straight to your fridge You may soon be able to get Walmart groceries delivered right to your fridge. On Tuesday, the retail giant launched a new "InHome" service and membership program that costs $19.95 a month, plus a $49.95 smart lock or smart garage door kit, to let body camera...

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2019-10-15 10:47:11



14 Savory-Pancake Recipes for Any Time of Day  

If you automatically picture maple syrup when you think of pancakes, it's time to explore dosa, farinata, blini, and the many other delicious savory pancakes the world has to offer. Read More

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2019-10-15 10:30:14



Brazilian Food in the U.S. Is About to Get a Lot More Exciting  

A dish at Manoella Buffara's Brazilian tasting menu restaurant Manu | Rubens Kato/Manu For decades, the menus of Brazilian restaurants in America have consisted mainly of steak and stews, but two upcoming restaurants in New York and Los Angeles want to change that For most Americans, Brazilian cuisine usually means feijoada, caipirinha, and steakhouses — the ones with "all the meat you can eat" served by gaucho-style waiters. But this is about to change. In the comin...

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2019-10-15 09:10:00



Old Fashioned Orange Cake  



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2019-10-15 07:00:00



This Halloween, Look to 'The Great British Baking Show' for Evenly Baked Costume Ideas  

Channel 4/Facebook From the frosted hair of Paul Hollywood to the goth regalia of Noel Fielding, everyone's favorite British baking show is rife with Halloween inspiration With Goth baker Helena Garcia out of the tent, only co-host Noel Fielding remains to bring the spooky season vibe to the Great British Baking Show. So why not give the show and the holiday an assist with a GGBS/GBBO Halloween costume of your own? Take on the alter ego of Prue Leith with a primary color g...

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2019-10-14 16:21:07



Panera Bread Hits Modernist Trend With Sous Vide Mac and Cheese  

The fast-casual chain has since fired the employee who posted a relatively harmless TikTok revealing how Panera's mac and cheese is packaged and prepared Ever since Thomas Jefferson helped popularize macaroni in America, we have found ways to innovate the recipe, which is somehow both sophisticated and comforting. Laced with black pepper? A treat! Baked with quattro formaggi? Abbondanza! And now, national chain Panera Bread is upping the stakes by employing that bastion of mode...

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2019-10-14 14:54:00



The Best Burritos in San Francisco  

Five great places to get San Francisco's iconic Mission burrito. Read More

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2019-10-14 13:00:53



19 Sweet and Savory Reasons to Love Brown Butter  

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2019-10-14 10:30:57



The Food Lab Video Series: Emulsions  

What do vinaigrettes, mayonnaise, and pasta sauce have in common? Each relies on the wondrous process of emulsification. Read More

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2019-10-14 07:45:43



Bamboo Club Thai Spicy Noodles  

Spicy stir fry packed with Thai flavors. Lime juice, fish sauce, and red pepper flakes spice up chicken, tofu, and scrambled eggs for a filling noodle dish that's just as good the next day.

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2019-10-14 07:00:00



Easy Frozen Burrito Casserole  



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2019-10-13 07:00:00



Kathie Lee Gifford's Spaghetti Sauce  

Ground beef, onions, and garlic sauteed in olive oil and mixed into a spiced tomato sauce turn some plain spaghetti into a pleasing pasta dish.

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2019-10-13 07:00:00



Mandarin Spare Ribs  

They may be called spare ribs, but you won't have any of these ribs to spare by the end of dinner! A marinade of ginger, soy sauce and orange marmalade gives these ribs an irresistible sweet tang.

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2019-10-12 07:00:00



How Millennials Killed — Then Resurrected — the Dinner Party  

Less money, space, and time has led to the end of fancy, status-affirming dinner parties, making way for a chiller, better time

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2019-10-11 17:29:24



The Shadowy Beef Lobbyist Fighting Against Plant-Based 'Meat'  

Impossible Foods CEO of Impossible Foods Pat Brown wants to cut cows from America's diet, but has some obstacles standing in the way Pat Brown is on a mission to save the planet by cutting one thing from our lives: cows. The Impossible Foods CEO is determined to cut the consumption of beef to save our planet from the jaw-dropping effects of big agriculture. One obstacle standing in his way: Richard Berman, a powerful Washington lobbyist. Berman, who served as the inspiratio...

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2019-10-11 15:25:45



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

Nope, no more week; it's just weekend as far as mine eyes can see. Read More

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2019-10-11 15:00:25



Renowned Blue Hill at Stone Barns Will Finally Learn the Crushing Expectations of Michelin  

The Michelin Guide is expanding to Westchester County in New York

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2019-10-11 14:36:56



Multiple Women Granted Protection Orders Against Prominent Chicago Barman  

Former employees at two different establishments also allege ex-manager Joshua Schatan, formerly of Cochon Volant Brasserie, created toxic work environments

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2019-10-11 14:30:03



Deals Week, The Finale: Tilit, Snowe, and Craighill  

Discounts from some of our favorite brands, just for Serious Eats readers. Read More

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2019-10-11 12:00:14



Mario Batali's Website Adds, Then Removes, Hint of a Comeback  

A screenshot of MarioBatali.com | MarioBatali.com The words "Coming Soon" were removed from his updated website following an Eater inquiry What was, briefly, "Coming Soon" from Mario Batali? Earlier this week, a tipster spotted an update on the disgraced chef's personal website, MarioBatali.com, which featured a new photograph of the chef and the phrase "Coming Soon." When contacted, a representative for Batali said that the "Coming Soon" was mistakenly adde...

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2019-10-11 11:41:17



The Internet Is Obsessed With Prince Edward's Aggressive, Yet Successful Cake-Cutting Technique  

Plus, a spice company is spending a lot to get Trump impeached, and more news to start your day Honestly, your cake cutting could use some more theatricality As an American, I still don't understand quite what it is the British royal family does all day or even generally, but according to this video of Prince Edward, practicing flamboyant cake cutting is on the list. On a trip to Northern Island, Prince Edward was invited to cut a cake at the Lakeland Community Care Centre. An...

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2019-10-11 10:09:15



An Anchovy Onesie, Chic Spoon Rests, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on October 8, 2019, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. It can be hard to pin down what makes something cool, and even harder to explain why it may suddenly skyrocket from merely mundane to must-have stature. But my coworker Jaya Saxena does a really good job in analyzing the rising trend of Hydro Flask ...

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2019-10-11 09:30:00



How I Got My Job: Becoming a Chef and Food Stylist for America's Test Kitchen  

Elle Simone Scott is making a splash on air and behind the scenes In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Elle Simone Scott. Elle Simone Scott has seen nearly every side of the food industry: She cooked in restaurants and for boutique catering companies before becoming a freelance food stylist and producer for food television shows. She credits that well-round...

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2019-10-11 09:03:00



Special Sauce: Kenji on Cooking With Starch, Simone Tong on the Ingredient She Hates  

The talented chef behind Little Tong Noodle Shop, plus Kenji on the pros and cons of cornstarch, and a lesson in Roman trapizzini. Read More

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2019-10-11 07:45:42



The Most Excruciating 'Succession' Dinner Scenes, Ranked by Distress  

Succession often takes place around a dinner table. | Photo: HBO For the Roys, battles are fought in the boardroom and at the dinner table For a show about billion-dollar deals, corporate backstabbing, and three power-hungry siblings' fight to inherit their father's vast media empire (and a fourth sibling's fight to … decant wine quickly), an awful lot of Succession — HBO's bitingly funny series about the machinations and misdeeds of a fictional, Murdoch-like famil...

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2019-10-10 13:10:00



This Savory Tarte Tatin Is French Onion Soup in a Tart  

Combine the classic bistro soup with a Tatin for the fanciest caramelized onion tart around. Read More

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2019-10-10 13:00:46



Deals Week, Day 4: Valrhona and The BoardSmith  

Discounts from some of our favorite brands, just for Serious Eats readers. Read More

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2019-10-10 12:00:27



The Unreasonable Lengths Restaurant Workers Have to Go to Take Time Off  

From working doubles in advance to finding their own replacements, here's how unsalaried shift workers manage when it comes to vacation Getting time off when you work shifts and depend on tips is always a challenge, but for Tiffany Ran, flying back to Taiwan to see her family presented special difficulties. "My home isn't in California or Colorado," she says. "I need two weeks." Ran has spent time in some of Seattle's top restaurants, and visiting family required ca...

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2019-10-10 11:02:11



World's 50 Best Bars Winner Returns Award After Sexist Comments Come to Light  

Veteran bartender Charles Schumann returns "Industry Icon" award in light of controversy over sexist remarks. | Photo by Kurt Krieger/Corbis via Getty Images Plus, baristas tackle wage transparency through shared spreadsheets, and more news to start your day World's 50 Best Bars "Industry Icon" returns award after sexist comments come to light Renowned bartender Charles Schumann, who last week won the World's 50 Best Bars "Industry Icon" award, has returned ...

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2019-10-09 14:06:51



Watch David Chang Eat Dim Sum With Seth Rogen in Netflix's 'Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner' Trailer  

Photo: Netflix The Momofuku founder also travels and shares meals with Chrissy Teigen, Kate McKinnon, and Lena Waithe Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, David Chang's latest Netflix project following his hit series Ugly Delicious, will debut on the streaming platform on October 23, and judging from the newly released trailer, it looks like the new show will draw on the blend of food, travel, and culture that series like Anthony Bourdain's Parts Unknown helped popularize, with ...

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2019-10-09 12:49:12



Deals Week, Day 3: D'Artagnan and Messermeister  

Discounts from some of our favorite brands, just for Serious Eats readers. Read More

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2019-10-09 12:00:42



The 38 Essential New Delhi Restaurants  

On the streets of Chandni Chowk | Subodh Agnihotri / Shutterstock Where to find the best flame-grilled kebabs, deep-fried chaat, and rose-scented sweets in the Indian capital Food is everywhere in Delhi: in the old city where Dilliwale (Delhi locals) and tourists stream past flaming kebabs and stacks of rotis fresh from tandoors, in bustling immigrant neighborhoods, in plush new restaurants where young chefs challenge traditions in a city full of them. For every beloved restau

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2019-10-09 11:30:47



At Least 250 People Lost Their Drivers' Licenses at Oktoberfest Because of Drunken Scooter Riding  

Flickr/Marco Verch Plus, McDonald's knows you don't care about "health," and more news to start your day It's dangerous, but "drunk scooting" is a hilarious phrase. E-scooters were legalized in Germany just this June, and under local laws, they're categorized as motorized vehicles. Meaning the laws that apply to cars apply to scooters. Meaning no, you cannot pound five liters of Hofbraü and scoot your way home lest you hurt yourself, hurt someone else, or —...

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2019-10-09 11:21:52



How the Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest Went From Sideshow to Worldwide Phenomenon  

50,000 people visit Coney Island every summer to watch the weird, intense sporting event Coney Island is an iconic New York tourist attraction known for its boardwalk, beaches, rides, and games. But on July 4, people flock to it for an entirely different reason — the annual Nathan's Hot Dog Eating Contest. In fact, some 50,000 people swamp the corner of Surf and Stillwell every summer to be spectators for one of the most intense, weird, and downright American sporting eve...

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2019-10-08 17:03:53



Deals Week Day 2: ThermoWorks and La Tienda  

Exclusive discounts just for you. Read More

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2019-10-08 12:00:58



Syrian Restaurant Closes Permanently Amid Death Threats by Racist Trolls  

Yelp The son of the owner of Soufi's in Toronto was filmed participating in an antifa protest against Maxime Bernier Soufi's was supposed to be an immigration success story, not just for the Alsoufi family, but for all of Canada. A New York Times profile in 2018 tied the Syran restaurant, located on Queen Street in Toronto, in with the boom in Syrian immigration, and its popularity as proof of Canada's overall tolerance for the 50,000 Syrian refugees Justin Trudeau had f...

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2019-10-08 11:00:31



Supreme Court Is Doing a Lot This Week, But It Won't Be Hearing From Domino's  

Shutterstock Plus, we've lost our appetite for granola bars, and more news to start your day The Supreme Court denied a petition from Domino's about ADA compliance This week, the Supreme Court is hearing cases about LGBTQ discrimination, abortion access, and immigration. But it won't be hearing from pizza giant Domino's, who was petitioning against having to make its pizza tracker accessible to people with disabilities. Guillermo Robles, who is blind, initially brough...

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2019-10-08 09:30:00



Whose Dish Is It Anyway?  

When leaving a restaurant, chefs must often navigate the murky waters of whether they can take the dishes they created with them Last spring, just as she made the semifinals for the James Beard Awards for the second year in a row, Butcher & Bee pastry chef Cynthia Wong lawyered up. In 2016, the Charleston, South Carolina, restaurant had hired her — an alumna of Cakes & Ale and Empire State South in Atlanta — to build a pastry program with national significance, which...

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2019-10-08 09:12:00



Over It: The Food Trends We'd 86  

Whether outdated or just plain obnoxious, these are the culinary trends we find as sad and unappealing as a pile of zoodles. Read More

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2019-10-08 07:45:02



Basic Chocolate Sugar Cookies  

No matter what the question is, cookies are always the answer. Especially these chocolate sugar bites of heaven. 10 minutes later and you can decide whether to share or not. Hint: Chill the dough if needed for easier handling.

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2019-10-08 07:00:00



Sake Is the Best Choice for Surreptitious Public Drinking   

Shutterstock.com Why wait until you get to a bar for an after-work drink? This post originally appeared in the October 7, 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. Although public drinking isn't morally wrong, it is technically illegal in most parts of the United States. The thing is, everybody does it; I know bec...

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2019-10-07 15:30:00



I Can't Be the Only One Who Loves Automats Thanks to 'From the Mixed-Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler'  

Photo by Andreas Feininger/The LIFE Picture Collection via Getty Images Years after the last Horn & Hardart closed in NYC, this beloved children's book brought them back to life for one young reader Welcome to The Reheat, a space for Eater writers to explore landmark (and lukewarm) culinary moments of the recent and not-so-recent past. When obituaries posted up earlier this summer for Eatsa, a techie-quinoa-bowl concept that hinged its gimmick on the fact that no huma...

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2019-10-07 13:21:13



A Field Guide to Sweet Potato Varieties (and the Dirt on Yams)  

Can you tell your jewels from your garnets? A guide to common supermarket sweet potato varieties to know and love. Read More

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2019-10-07 13:00:01



Deals Week Day 1: Murray's Cheese, Snuk Foods, and Lloyd Pans  

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2019-10-07 12:00:20



One Mai Tai, Hold the Colonialism Please  

The next generation of bartenders is working to undo the original sin of tiki No drink conjures a blue ocean, hot sand, and swaying palm trees more vividly than the pina colada. There are no pithy Hemingway or Mencken bromides about the consummate blend of pineapple, coconut, and white rum, but Beyonce has sung about "pina colada-in'." There's also that song, which manages to sound how it feels to drink one — if admittedly more curbside Middle America than beachside ...

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2019-10-07 11:30:00



Why the Chef Behind LA's Hottest Pop-Up Doesn't Want Her Own Restaurant  

A pita from the Zoë Food Party pop-up. | Farley Elliott Chef Zoë Komarin hosts a sold-out pita party in Los Angeles — but she's not trying to go brick-and-mortar One of the reasons Angelenos trek down a pebbly pathway to find Zoë Komarin's buzzy Wednesday morning Zoë Food Party pop-ups in a backyard behind Highland Park's Collage Coffee — marked by hand-drawn signs with a Clarissa Explains It All 90s vibe — is that Komarin looks like she's having the most fun...

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2019-10-07 11:28:36



Authentic Italian Sausage  

Don't buy Italian sausage for a recipe, make it. This authentic pork sausage has fennel seeds, paprika, and thyme for flavors that'll beat store bought Italian sausage any day of the week.

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2019-10-06 07:00:00



The Glenlivet Scotch Pod Is Essentially Gushers for Grownups  

The Glenlivet Plus, a flight was grounded because of durian in the cargo, and more news to start your day Shots of the future? Move over, Tide Pods, there's a new child safety threat in town. Over the weekend, the Glenlivet introduced its "Capsule Collection," in which shots of whisky cocktails are encased in a dissolvable, seaweed-based skin that you just pop in your mouth. Alcohol poisoning without even having to dirty a glass! [Wipes tear] this is the future the Jets...

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2019-10-04 14:14:24



'Star Wars' x Le Creuset Collaboration Is Officially a Thing  

Le Creuset Three words: Porg pie bird Le Creuset is an icon of cookware, and Star Wars is an iconic movie, but despite those facts I don't think anyone imagined a world in which those two brands overlapped. But Star Wars fans who want to make that fandom an integral part of braising short ribs (whoever you are) should be thrilled to learn that Le Creuset just announced a Star Wars line of products. Unfortunately, they specify that "cookware does not emit sounds or illumina...

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2019-10-04 13:33:52



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

This is how we do it. It's Friday night. (Afternoon. Whatever.) Read More

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2019-10-04 13:00:14



Water Bottles Have Long Been the Unexpected Status Symbols of High School  

Hydro Flask From Nalgene to now, carrying a trendy water bottle remains the easiest way for teen girls to appear cool, but not try-hard If you spend any time on TikTok, you'll have seen the VSCO girl. If you don't know who she is, here's a good explainer of the pseudo-outdoorsy, effortlessly bed-headed trope of modern girlhood. But watch enough videos mocking her and you'll notice one accessory that, unlike the scrunchies and oversized tees, can't be found at most ma...

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2019-10-04 12:10:00



My First F-Up: The Police Gave Me a $660 Ticket for Serving Shift Drinks  

Eater Young Gun Jayce McConnell ('13) tangled with local law enforcement at the Mississippi restaurant where he worked 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. As the head bartender at Edmund's Oast in Charleston, South Carolina, Eater Young Gun Jayce McConnell ('13) is renowned for his cocktail prowess, as well as his extensive research into flavors, products, and cl...

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2019-10-04 11:18:05



McDonald's McRib Is Back and Ready to Ruin You This Fall  

McRib season is here. | Photo: Robson90 / Shutterstock Plus, dinosaur meat probably tasted like hawk, and more news to start your day The McRib is back and ready to ruin you There are few things certain in life — death, taxes, whatever — but all of the U.S. can at least rest secure in the knowledge that the McDonald's McRib is lurking out there, just waiting to sporadically resurface and lead its cult followers on a frenzied chase for rubbery, barbecue sauce-slathe...

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2019-10-04 11:05:52



A Chefs' Guide to Eating Out in Boston  

Boston is a city often described as old-school, even. But its hospitality insiders want you to know there's much more forward-thinking food and drink here than the city gets credit for. Read More

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2019-10-04 10:30:13



How Vegas High Rollers Prepared This NYC Restaurateur for Fine Dining  

Gary He/Cote On this episode of Eater's Digest, Simon Kim of Cote gets candid about his path to two Michelin stars Simon Kim struck gold when he opened Cote in New York's Flatiron District, but his path to the smash-hit Korean steakhouse wasn't exactly straightforward. After moving to Long Island from Seoul, South Korea as a child, Kim was never quite comfortable in his new predominantly white community, and quickly learned to shut bullies down when he was picked ...

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2019-10-04 09:30:00



How I Got My Job: Cookbook Author Julia Turshen  

Julia Turshen is first and foremost a cookbook writer, but she's holding down several gigs at once In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Julia Turshen. Julia Turshen doesn't just have one job. She's holding down several gigs at once — and crushing them all. Turshen is first and foremost an accomplished cookbook writer. In 2017, her book Feed the Resi...

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2019-10-04 09:12:00



Special Sauce 2.0: Kenji on Grilling Naan and Nicholas Morgenstern on Sundaes  

In this week's episode of the Special Sauce podcast, Ed Levine talks to J. Kenji Lopez-Alt about homemade naan, Nick Morgenstern about ice cream, and Rick Bayless about how to make a margarita. Read More

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2019-10-04 07:45:27



Glazed Belgian Carrots  

These butter and honey glazed carrots are simple enough that you'll always have the ingredients on hand. Might just be a tasty way to save dinner one day.

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2019-10-04 07:00:00



If You're Rich, You Should Absolutely Give Trick-or-Treaters Full-Sized Snickers  

JLMcAnally/Shutterstock This viral Facebook post makes some good points! Halloween is around the corner, which means it's once again time for everyone's insufferable candy opinions. Usually those come in the form of debating the enjoyability of candy corn, or reminding everyone that, no, nobody is wasting their weed-laced chocolates or gummies on your children. But the conversation has escalated in the Rancho Cucamonga Neighborhood Watch regarding what candies are acceptab...

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2019-10-03 16:45:00



Chef Serigne Mbaye Thinks There's a Lot More to Learn About Senegalese Cuisine  

Serigne Mbaye cooks in Barcelona. | Sam Zucker For this young Senegalese-American chef, shaping his culinary voice means going home It is a warm July evening in Barcelona, and in a few days, Serigne Mbaye will return to Senegal. The trip will be his second as an adult, but he's no tourist — the New York-born 24-year-old cook spent part of his childhood there. Upon arrival, Mbaye plans to research the food culture that forms the basis of so much American cooking and that ha...

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2019-10-03 15:02:16



Revisiting the Time When Roy Choi Had a Lot of Opinions About Carlos Gaytan's Al Pastor  

Top Chef/Bravo The "Top Chef: New Orleans" moment shows how food TV has wised up since 2014 Welcome to The Reheat, a space for Eater writers to explore landmark (and lukewarm) culinary moments of the recent and not-so-recent past. Episode 14 of Top Chef: New Orleans is all about food trucks. It's 2014, after all, and truckin' is booming. For the contestants' main challenge, they are to take inspiration from the Jon Favreau film Chef, and create a dish inspired by ...

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2019-10-03 14:18:10



The 14 Defining Dishes of Sublime Sardinia  

The rugged Mediterranean island has a cuisine all its own, with cheesy pastries, fresh lobster, and spit-roasted meats The first thing to know about traveling to Sardinia is that one trip is not going to cut it. Visitors tend to underestimate how much there is to take in on this 9,300-square-mile island just west of the Italian peninsula. It's a sweeping, rugged land of wild prickly pears and myrtle bushes set against brilliant blue backdrops, rough roads with even rougher si...

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2019-10-03 13:37:23



What Makes Gumbo Gumbo? A Guide to Louisiana's Signature Stew  

Finding a clear definition of gumbo is a fool's errand, and that's part of what makes gumbo so fun: its multiplicity. Here's a closer look at the Louisiana stew's many forms and the techniques available for making your own. Read More

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2019-10-03 13:15:29



The Trump Administration Is Putting a 25 Percent Tariff on Your Favorite European Foods  

Shutterstock Plus, Kroger braces for layoffs, and more news to start your day Not the cheese! Anything but the cheese! As part of a response to European Union aircraft subsidies, the U.S. will impose a 25 percent tariff on a host of food products from the EU, beginning as early as October 18. On the list are Spanish olives, French wine, single malt scotch and whiskey, German waffles and wafers, and various cheeses, liqueurs, olive oils, butters, yogurts, and preserved fruit f

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2019-10-03 10:31:30



The Harvey Wallbanger Is the Perfect Brunch Cocktail  

Shutterstock Made with vodka, orange juice, and a float of Galliano, this cocktail should rule the day-drinking scene I rarely look forward to drinking at brunch. The options are usually a watery bloody mary that will do more to dehydrate you than refresh you, or a mimosa (well, technically, a Buck's Fizz) made with turpentinic sparkling wine and canned orange juice. Yes, there are places that offer more unique brunch cocktails, or whose versions of these classics are draws ...

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2019-10-03 09:01:50



Rose-Printed Glasses, a Hefty Butter Knife, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on October 2, 2019, in "Add to Cart" — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. Happy new year! At least from me and my family, who just celebrated Rosh Hashana on Monday and Tuesday. That's why this week's Add to Cart comes to you on a Wednesday: Part of my observance of the Jewish new year includes being fully of...

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2019-10-02 13:29:38



BraveTart's Almond Cake: Fluffy as a Butter Cake, Nutty Like a Torte  

A blend of almond and all-purpose flour gives this cake a hearty yet moist and fluffy crumb, for a versatile twist on yellow cake. Pair it with classic chocolate frosting, honey buttercream, or whatever your heart desires. Read More

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2019-10-02 13:00:40



Sports Reporter's Whiny Tweet About Paying for Restaurant Workers' Healthcare Gets Swiftly Roasted  

Darren Rovell, formerly of ESPN/CNN, complains about Arami's 2-percent health insurance surcharge on his $94.29 meal

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2019-10-02 12:43:46



New Beef Study Suggests All Past Beef Studies Are Wrong and Beef Is Actually Fine for You  

How researchers came to a controversial conclusion about the health effects of meat

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2019-10-02 11:57:00



NYC's Possible Foie Gras Ban Could Kill the American Foie Industry  

Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images California's foie gras ban put the state's only foie farm out of business. New York farmers worry the same will happen to them. This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. Since Sergio Saravia's childhood, the French delicacy known as foie gras, or "fatty liver," has played a key role in his life. The president of La Belle, a duck farm in Sullivan County, New York, Saravia says he arrived in the United States from war-torn El Salv...

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2019-10-02 11:45:00



Tourists' Receipts Go Viral After Rome Restaurant Allegedly Scams Them Out of Nearly 500 Euros  

Seafood spaghetti NOT from Antico Caffè di Marte. | Photo: svariophoto / Shutterstock Plus, not a single onion is leaving India amid an onion shortage, and more news to start your day What happens when you don't read the fine print… A restaurant in Rome, Antico Caffè di Marte (located just across the river from the fortress and museum Castel Sant'Angelo), is drawing ire from travelers for allegedly overcharging tourists, including a pair of Japanese diners who c...

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2019-10-02 10:48:02



15 Eggless Cookie Recipes, Because Everyone Deserves a Cookie  

Start exploring the many types of cookies that are egg-free by nature, and you might be surprised by the number of options you have. Here are 15 of our favorite eggless cookie recipes, including buttery shortbread, homemade Oreos, and the best vegan chocolate chip cookies, proving that an egg-free diet doesn't have to mean skipping dessert. Read More

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2019-10-02 10:30:49



This LA Chef's Love of Jazz Inspires His Omakase  

Kiminobu Saito compares his ad-lib style of cooking at Sushi Note to making music The first jazz concert Kiminobu Saito went to was Miles Davis, when the iconic composer and trumpeter was performing in Tokyo in the 1970s. "He was probably the greatest artist I had ever seen in concert," remembers Saito. The Los Angeles-based sushi chef recalls being able to hear each individual instrument in the band, and how they all communicated with each other to create music. "That re...

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2019-10-02 10:00:00



How I Got My Job: Leading an Award-Winning Seattle Restaurant Group  

Edouardo Jordan's career path from Bennigan's server to chef-owner of a Seattle restaurant group In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Edouardo Jordan. Edouardo Jordan has been on a hot streak since the 2015 opening of his first restaurant, Salare. Things really heated up for the Seattle-based chef a couple years back when his Southern-food restaurant Ju...

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2019-10-02 09:30:00



Touchdown Punch  

Everybody knows the simple screwdriver cocktail, but it'll be worth your while to turn the screwdriver into a touchdown.

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2019-10-02 07:00:00



When Starbucks Axed My Favorite Drink, I Found Community in Fellow Mourners  

We don't control whom — or what — we fall in love with. I fell in love with Starbucks's cold foam iced cappuccino We don't control whom — or what — we fall in love with. That's what I've learned since accidentally inciting a craze built up over 70 consecutive weeks surrounding a very particular coffee drink: Starbucks's iced cold foam cappuccino. We also don't control the outpouring of emotions when something you love is unexpectedly taken from you. In early...

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2019-10-01 21:05:33



A Well-Intentioned Brunch   

Francesca Chaney inside Sol Sips At Sol Sips, Eater Young Gun Francesca Chaney ('19) wants to change who gets to be a part of the wellness conversation — a mission her customers are happy to support  Go to Brooklyn cafe Sol Sips early enough and you might see owner Francesca Chaney disappear on a bicycle and roll up 10 minutes later with extra groceries or flowers. There's something comforting about using a bicycle to run errands, whether you grew up in the city...

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2019-10-01 17:47:01



Coke Is Launching Energy Drinks in the U.S. Because No One Has Time to Sleep Anymore  

Coca-Cola Energy line-up of four varieties. | Photo: Coca-Cola With three times the caffeine of regular Coke No longer content to be the cause of just small caffeine highs across the country, Coca-Cola is finally taking a page from the early aughts and launching a full-on energy drink, Coca-Cola Energy, for the first time in the U.S. Coca-Cola Energy, which boasts 114 milligrams of caffeine per 12-ounce serving in comparison to a regular Coke's 34 milligrams (for reference,...

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2019-10-01 15:28:49



The Best New England Clam Chowder in Boston  

Regardless of any mythmaking in the origin story behind New England clam chowder, the dish is very much a real element of Boston's dining scene, and has been for at least a century now. Here are the five places you need to visit if you want the very best clam chowder Boston has to offer. Read More

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2019-10-01 13:00:02



Maybe the Goose Game Is About Revenge on a Foie Gras-Obsessed Town  

Untitled Goose Game There's no evidence to support this theory, but we can still explore it By now, you have likely been enchanted by (or at least made aware of) Untitled Goose Game, the game in which you are a horrible goose wreaking havoc on a small town of people who just want to garden and keep their shoes on, which you, as a horrible goose, obviously cannot allow. Anyone who has been around geese knows that they are assholes, so the question of motivation may seem a tau...

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2019-10-01 12:00:00



My First F-Up: Don't Throw Good Food Away  

Eater Young Gun Felipe Riccio ('14) learned the hard way that fish bones do not belong in the trash 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. 2019 has been a busy year for Eater Young Gun Felipe Riccio ('14): As the executive chef of the Houston restaurant group Goodnight Hospitality, he's opening two restaurants and a wine and cheese shop with his business partner, Da...

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2019-10-01 11:47:44



David Chang Calls for the End of the Supermarket “Ethnic” Food Aisle  

David Chang said there's an "invisible ceiling" on some supermarket products. | Photo by Yuchen Liao/Getty Images Plus, scientists still can't agree on red meat, and more news to start your day The debate surrounding the supermarket "ethnic" food aisle In many supermarkets, tortillas, soy sauce, and other products connected to Asian and Latin American countries are often still relegated to the "ethnic" food aisle — a place that David Chang recently called ...

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2019-10-01 10:30:51



Pet-Nat and Skin-Contact Wine Are So 2019. In 2020, We're Drinking Piquette.  

Shutterstock The natural-wine trend in the making is fizzy, low ABV, affordable, and about to be everywhere Welcome to Ask a Somm, a column in which experts from across the country answer questions about wine. Today's installment: What comes after skin-contact wine? While keeping up with the trends that abound in the world of wine is an endless task for a consumer, no one is as responsible for that upkeep as the sommeliers, beverage directors, and wine shop staffers const...

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2019-10-01 10:30:49



How Cold Foam Took Over the Starbucks Drink Menu  

Photo illustration by Eater The frothy milk topping is steadily taking over the Starbucks cold-drink menu The Starbucks menu was once dominated by espresso drinks with complicated ingredients: In the mid-1990s, stores were bombarded with promos for blended, frozen Frappuccino drinks topped with swirls of whipped cream; more recently, purely stunt-flavored Frapps (unicorn! zombie! crystal ball!) dominated the news cycle and social media feeds. But today, these desserts in a cup

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2019-10-01 10:30:49



It's Martini Time  

At New York City bar Bemelmans, drinking the classic cocktail feels both of the moment and eternal Martinis tell time. They're not to be rushed or wasted; you're supposed to savor them, in sips that set their own clock. Martinis, like moments, have ephemeral power. "The proper union of gin and vermouth is a great and sudden glory; it is one of the happiest marriages on earth, and one of the shortest lived," Bernard DeVoto, the essayist and martini apostle, wrote. "The...

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2019-10-01 10:30:49



Seven Rules for Working From a Coffee Shop  

Laptop squatters, listen up The world of dining and drinking is an obstacle course wrapped in a labyrinth wrapped in a logic puzzle — it's full of pitfalls, gray areas, and bewildering questions that really shouldn't even be questions (How do I find the bathroom?) and yet, somehow, are. Fortunately, your friends at Eater are here to help: Life Coach is a series of simple guides to the arcane rituals of modern dining. Have a question or a quandary you'd like us to tackle...

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2019-10-01 10:30:49



When Starbucks Axed My Favorite Drink, I Found Community in Fellow Mourners  

We don't control whom — or what — we fall in love with. I fell in love with Starbucks's cold foam iced cappuccino We don't control whom — or what — we fall in love with. That's what I've learned since accidentally inciting a craze built up over 70 consecutive weeks surrounding a very particular coffee drink: Starbucks's iced cold foam cappuccino. We also don't control the outpouring of emotions when something you love is unexpectedly taken from you. In early...

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2019-10-01 10:30:28



Real Homemade Tamales  

Homemade tamales with a tasty pork filling.

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2019-10-01 07:00:00



If You Liked White Claw, You'll Love Hard Cold Brew  

Photo illustration by Eater A caffeinated drink meets alcohol in one can: Haven't we seen this before? It seemed like it would never end, but White Claw summer 2019 is slowly coming to a close. Many of us, of course, will still be found knocking back cans of hard seltzer later this year alongside cranberry sauce or Christmas ham, but in a drastic pivot in terms of taste and marketing, alcohol companies have quietly laid the groundwork for the next break-the-internet trendlet...

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2019-09-30 14:42:49



If You Want to Impress Your Dinner Guests, Consider a DIY Taco Bar  

How Eater Young Gun Annie Rupani makes her dinner parties truly interactive This is Party Time, a column featuring industry and Young Gun-approved approaches for acing a dinner party. Annie Rupani started in the industry as a one-woman show. The 2015 Eater Young Gun had intended to launch a career in law, but during post-graduate travels, she grew inspired to pursue her love of chocolate. After chocolatiering school, Rupani landed in Houston, where she launched her business, C

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2019-09-30 12:37:28



Del Taco Has a Line of Churro-Scented Essential Oils Because 'Wellness' Is Everywhere  

Essential oils in chocolate, churro, and vanilla scents. | Photo: Del Taco Plus, meat crime, and more news to start your day "Self-care!" cries taco chain Del Taco is branching into Goop territory with a new "Craveable Sweets & Scents" aromatherapy set of essential oils available starting October 1, in honor of the taco chain's new "mini churro dipper" milkshake. This isn't the first time a fast-food brand has gotten into the scents game — KFC introduced...

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2019-09-30 10:00:00



Revisiting 'Big Night,' the Movie That Made Me Fall in Love With Restaurants  

Big Night/YouTube Notes on a classic restaurant film, plus a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news A version of this post originally appeared on September 27, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives here. Usually, this newsletter covers all the hot food TV shows du jour. But since this is actually my last installment of Eat, Drink Watch (more on that in a bit), I'd li...

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2019-09-27 16:39:52



Plantain Chip Company Started by White People Criticized for Cultural Appropriation  

Purely Plantain/Facebook Selling plantain chips in prettier bags for quadruple the price doesn't count as "revolutionizing" the snack Every year, British website Health Food gives out awards for the best "healthy products" of the year, ranging from the best freezer meals to low-calorie desserts. But this year, the best snack category is stirring up some controversy. Wild Garlic Purely Plantain Crisps was named "best crisp" of the year, which the site called "sa...

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2019-09-27 15:09:21



Why the Heck Is London's Most Important Restaurant Opening in an LA Mall?  

The exterior of St. John Eater's Digest unpacks the iconic British nose-to-tail pioneer's unusual stateside move Anthony Bourdain once called St. John the "restaurant of his dreams." The London restaurant, which has long been considered one of Britain's most influential and the birthplace of the modern nose-to-tail movement, confirmed this week that it'll be opening its first location outside of the country — in a Los Angeles mall. The Platform, located in Culve...

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2019-09-27 13:50:00



Your Friday Moment of Zen  

Week's over! Eat my shorts, week! Read More

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2019-09-27 13:30:48



Respecting Non-Formal Culinary Education Is One Way to Empower Women Chefs of Color  

Valeria Velazquez Duenas (l) and Jocelyn Ramirez, co-founders of Across Our Kitchen Tables How Across Our Kitchen Tables serves the women of Los Angeles In the food world, from cooking shows to celebrity chefs, it can seem like there's only one path to break into the industry — by going to culinary school and rising from there. But for those that grow up in immigrant communities, where food and cooking can be a centerpiece in the family crest, working with and around food ...

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2019-09-27 13:20:00



You Already Love the Spritz, So Embrace the Wine Cooler  

Shutterstock Wine coolers, spritzers, and other wine cocktail intel from Air's owner, Ariel Arc Welcome to Ask a Somm, a column in which experts from across the country answer questions about wine. Today's installment: What are wine coolers and what wines make the best ones? Wine cocktails get a bad rap, and much of that ill will can be blamed on the wine cooler. Broadly defined as a combination of (usually cheap) wine, fruit juice, sugar, and carbonated water, wine coo...

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2019-09-27 12:21:41



22 Mexican Recipes for Pozole, Chile Verde, Tacos, and More  

22 recipes for all your favorite Mexican dishes, from pozole verde to carnitas to aguachile. Read More

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2019-09-27 10:30:36






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