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

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

Anthony Bourdain Heads to Pittsburgh to See How Chefs Are Changing the Food Scene  

'Parts Unknown' lands in Steel City this Sunday In the fourth episode of Parts Unknown's 10th season, Anthony Bourdain heads to Pittsburgh. It's a return to the Rust Belt for Bourdain, and as with his previous trips to American locales that are perceived to be places forgotten by time, the chef-turned-television host finds much more than decaying relics of this country's industrial past. There's a lot of food to like in the Steel City. While Yinzers can find plenty o...

2017-10-18 16:02:00

Opinion: We've Got American Cuisine All Wrong  

How indigenous cultures are reclaiming their foodways This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Although hamburgers, pizza, and Coca-Cola are among the foods most often identified as "American" cuisine, the truth is that over-sugared, over-salted, and fat-laden processed fare does not represent the true American diet. The original American cuisine arose from the vibrant and diverse indigenous cultures that thrived across the North American continent for thousands ...

2017-10-18 15:02:01

Florida Brewery Hatches Clever Plot to Thwart Richard Spencer Event  

Trade in your admission tickets for free beer A brewery in Gainesville, Florida has cooked up an ingenious plan to undermine a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at the nearby University of Florida on Thursday. Alligator Brewing Co. is offering free beers to customers who acquire and hand over tickets to the event tomorrow; the tickets will then be disposed of immediately. The team from the brewery hopes that this deal will help shrink the crowd before the event gets sta

2017-10-18 13:01:00

How Ladurée Taught Americans to 'Patisserie'  

What happens when a pastry shop becomes a bona fide lifestyle brand Laduree is an interesting exception," says pastry chef, author, and American expat in Paris David Lebovitz. "On the one hand French people love it, and will always love it, but they hate when anything becomes a chain. They call it 'très industrial,' or too industrial." But thanks to fortunate timing and shrewd marketing, Laduree hasn't been slapped with that slur. The international brand — curr...

2017-10-18 12:47:01

Shake Shack Plush Toys Will Exceed Your Daily Cuteness Intake  

Plus, Frank Bruni says pumpkin spice "is America" and more intel These Shake Shack plushes — a collaboration between the burger chain and designer toy brand Kidrobot — are kind of adorable, kind of frightening. New York Times columnist and former restaurant critic Frank Bruni on pumpkin spice: " last I see that pumpkin spice is more than a curiosity, bigger than a phenomenon. Pumpkin spice is America." Jimmy Kimmel learned how to make fortune cookies: ...

2017-10-18 12:02:01

José Andrés and Team Have Served One Million Meals in Puerto Rico  

He's established 15 kitchens to serve people in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria Yesterday was a big day for Jose Andres: After three weeks in Puerto Rico, the Washington, D.C.-based chef served an impressive one million meals with his nonprofit World Central Kitchen. Andres arrived in Puerto Rico days after Hurricane Maria devastated the island and left much of its population without electricity and struggling to find food and water. Over the past 21 days, the superstar c...

2017-10-18 11:27:32

Mario Batali Will Cook Homer Simpson on the New 'Treehouse of Horror'  

This is not the chef's first time in Springfield The 28th annual "Treehouse of Horror" episode of The Simpsons will involve a cannibal-themed segment called "Mmm... Homer" that will feature a cameo from America's favorite ravioli-slinger, Mario Batali. Fox has released a few stills of The Chew's co-host appearance on this Sunday's Halloween episode — in one shot, Molto Mario is seen offering advice to Homer after he's sawed off the bottom of his torso, and in ...

2017-10-18 09:49:05

What It Takes to Clean Up a Restaurant in Post-Hurricane Houston  

When the water recedes, the work really begins Kiran's had only been re-open for seven months. After more than a decade in its original location in Houston's Galleria shopping district, the upscale North Indian restaurant's lease was not renewed, and so Kiran Verma, owner and chef, spent 10 months preparing and decorating her second space in a newly constructed building on Houston's west side. The restaurant's new location featured extensive custom decor: walls inlaid w...

2017-10-17 17:02:00

Guy Fieri Is Feeding 5,000 Fire Evacuees Per Day  

The Triple D host has been cooking for evacuees since last Thursday Santa Rosa, California resident Guy Fieri is helping the people of his community recover from the worst wildfire in California history. Last Thursday, Fieri and his team rolled up to the Veterans Memorial Building to start cooking meals for thousands of evacuees at a makeshift outdoor kitchen, complete with massive barbecue smokers. The chef told local PBS affiliate KQED: "I'm not promoting anything. I'm j...

2017-10-17 16:26:28

Pitbull to Unleash a Restaurant on Miami's Ocean Drive  

2017-10-17 15:16:55

Eleven Madison Park Now Sells a $24 Cup of Coffee  

Plus more food news to know today Eleven Madison Park, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City that recently reopened after a revamp, now sells a cup of coffee for $24. The restaurant's coffee director spends about 10 minutes preparing one cup of coffee, using rare high-end beans and fancy machines. That's the cost of almost two pounds of Popeyes popcorn chicken, just to put things in perspectives. Speaking of Popeyes, this California restaurant proudly adm...

2017-10-17 14:43:51

How the USDA Is Changing Under Trump  

Restructuring, budget cuts, and stalled policy proposals are threatening progress This story was originally published on Civil Eats. The Trump Administration has been riddled with high-profile scandals since the President took office. But looking beyond the front page reveals yet more controversy, as the President and his cabinet appointees struggle to fill essential roles within agencies; the Trump White House has lagged far behind the prior administration in this regard. And

2017-10-17 14:04:54

D.C. Still Has No Three-Michelin-Starred Restaurants  

Michelin added two one-star restaurants to the 2018 guide Michelin announced its 2018 stars for Washington D.C. today, with few surprises — and for the second year, no three-star restaurants. The second Michelin guide to the nation's capital has just two new additions: chef Eric Ziebold's intimate tasting menu restaurant Metier and chef Johnny Monis's greek-inspired Komi, both with one star. Last year, Michelin made the interesting decision to grant Ziebold's relaxed...

2017-10-17 13:01:01

Watch: Making Venison Coca-Cola Stew From Ted Nugent's Cookbook  

A recipe for 'candied meat' on 'Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes' Welcome back to Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes — a video series where chefs with varying accolades attempt the recipes created by non-chefs, people with literally zero culinary experience who still manage to publish cookbooks that are allowed to be sold to the public. In this episode, owners of New York City's Meat Hook Brent Young and Ben Turley pick a recipe from Kill It and Grill It: A Guide to Preparing...

2017-10-17 12:37:49

Beyond Delivery and DiGiorno: Why Fast-Casual Pizza Is So Hot  

From LA to Boulder to NYC, restaurateurs across the country want a slice of the pie In 1984, Tom Monaghan realized his clientele had a need for speed. In a foolhardy claim, the co-founder of Domino's Pizza promised that his delivery drivers could get hot, cheesy pies from its stores to customers' doors in less than 30 minutes — he even slapped a money-back guarantee on it. Although the 30-minute delivery pledge was discontinued by 1993, over the past decade, new pizza fra...

2017-10-17 10:16:01

Watch News Anchors Lose their Minds Over the Pumpkin Spice Latte  

A brilliant supercut from Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Starbucks has been releasing its caloric, entirely pumpkin-less autumnal special the Pumpkin Spice Latte every September for the last 15 years — and yet, new anchors still get irrationally excited about its arrival each fall. The team behind Last Week Tonight With John Oliver put together this delightful supercut of anchors on local and national news shows losing their damn minds over this liquid harbinger of autumn. ...

2017-10-17 09:47:01

The 38 Essential Buenos Aires Restaurants  

Late-night grilled meats, omakase, and killer chorizo sandwiches in Argentina's capital city Cafe, parrilla, wine, repeat — that's pretty much what the buzzing Buenos Aires dining scene has been about for decades. Porteños (people from Buenos Aires, the port city) are steak eaters, and many restaurant-going traditionalists don't consider a meal legitimate unless heaps of grilled meats abound at the table. But in recent years, a new generation of gastronomes look beyond the pa...

2017-10-16 17:31:01

Macarons Are Performance Art Now  

Marina Abramović's latest work is a box of Laduree cookies For her latest work, performance artist Marina Abramović addresses literal consumption: Laduree is now selling macarons designed to taste like the Yugoslavian artist. For Marina Abramović's Taste, Laduree collaborated with Kreëmart — an NYC-based design studio that employs sugar as its chief medium — to create a set of three macarons. The cookies, the Paris Review writes, are made from an almond meringue ...

2017-10-16 16:30:54

7 Things to Know About 'Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party'  

VH1's cooking show returns this week Tonight, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg will return to their tricked-out television kitchen for Season 2 of VH1's primetime cooking/variety show Martha & Snoop's Potluck Dinner Party. On every episode of the program, the two media moguls/ex-cons cook a meal and make drinks for a series of "surprise" celebrity guests. Season 2 will include cameos by Queen Latifah, RuPaul, Margaret Cho, Wanda Sykes, Craig Robinson, Jamie Fox, Miche...

2017-10-16 15:35:54

Carla Hall on Six Lessons Learned From Her Failed NYC Restaurant  

And why the Top Chef alum "won't make the same mistakes twice" Runway model-turned-caterer-turned-TV star Carla Hall has become a household name, thanks to a stint on season five of Top Chef and her work on The Chew, the Emmy Award-winning culinary variety show on ABC she hosts alongside Mario Batali, Michael Symon, and Clinton Kelly. But as Hall found out the hard way, fame doesn't necessarily lead to success in the restaurant business. "Everyone assumed that my first...

2017-10-16 15:21:53

Dallas Chef Matt McCallister Faces Lawsuit Alleging Unpaid Rent Following Filament Closing  

2017-10-16 15:01:01

Eater Young Gun Ryan Rogers Opens His First Italian Restaurant In Louisville  

Bar Vetti opens today "We like to pioneer stuff as much as possible," Louisville, Kentucky-based chef and restaurateur Ryan Rogers says. And the Eater Young Gun's newest restaurant, Bar Vetti, will mark a few firsts when it opens tonight in a downtown Louisville "no man's land" bounded by the central business district on one side and the Victorian mansions of Old Louisville on the other. Bar Vetti is the only restaurant in the neighborhood, and it's the only resta...

2017-10-16 13:02:01

Flailing Chain Ruby Tuesday Is Being Sold Off  

The company has shuttered more than 100 locations in the past two years Another nail in the coffin for mid-level restaurant chains: Publicly traded Ruby Tuesday sold to a private equity company following more than a decade of decline, the Wall Street Journal reports. NRD Capital Management will buy the faltering chain for a mere $146 million, or $2.40 a share. At the stock's peak in 2004, it was trading at $33 per share. As the WSJ notes, Ruby Tuesday shuttered more than 100 ...

2017-10-16 12:17:02

Cookie Monster Gets a Food Truck and Cooking Segment  

Plus, McDonald's introduces phone lockers and more intel It's a big year for Cookie Monster. Everyone's favorite Sesame Street character will get a cooking segment and a food truck in the new season of the show. In each segment, a kid will order a meal from the truck and Cookie will go on an adventure to show where one of the dish's main ingredients came from, be it a "cranberry bog, a pasta factory, an avocado farm." At a summit about the future of artificial int...

2017-10-16 12:02:01

'Supermarket Sweep' Will Return to TV  

Dust off your pastel sweater, it's time to play the Sweep Long before Guy brought his grocery games to basic cable, a little show called Supermarket Sweep pitted contestants against one another in knock-out shopping cart battles. And now, after more than a dozen years in the dark, the ultimate grocery-themed game show is mounting its TV comeback. Freemantle Media, the British company that co-produced American Idol and America's Got Talent, recently acquired the global rights...

2017-10-16 11:31:16

José Andrés Is Serving More Than 100,000 Meals Daily in Puerto Rico  

He's cooking in the region to help Hurricane Maria victims Jose Andres now serves "well above" 100,000 meals per day in Puerto Rico. The Washington, DC-based chef arrived on the island nearly three weeks ago with his disaster-relief nonprofit World Central Kitchen to help feed those affected by Hurricane Maria. After arriving just days after the hurricane made landfall, Andres mobilized volunteers, activated food trucks, and called on #ChefsForPuertoRico to establish k...

2017-10-16 10:47:01

'Top Chef' Contestant's Restaurant Investigated for Possible Norovirus Outbreak  

The restaurant temporarily closed for cleaning Chef Brian Malarkey's Herringbone restaurant in Honolulu temporarily closed its doors on Thursday after health officials announced that at least 45 people got sick after eating at the restaurant, according to the Washington Post. Officials from the Hawaii Department of Health confirmed that six of the cases were norovirus. The health department investigated a possible outbreak on Monday after a patron reported that their party of...

2017-10-16 10:02:01

Watch: Inside the Smokers That Make the Fish for NYC's Best Delis  

Today, Acme produces more than 6 million pounds of salmon, herring, whitefish, and more each year For more than 100 years, Brooklyn's Acme Smoked Fish Corporation has been selling smoked fish — currently, its lineup includes salmon, whitefish, sable, trout, bluefish, mackerel, and herring — to wholesale clients, like grocery stores and some of New York City's most famous appetizing stores (like Russ & Daughters, Zabar's, and Barney Greengrass). Today, its Brooklyn f...

2017-10-16 09:28:05

The Restaurant That Puts the 'Modern' in Modern Farmhouse Style  

25 ways to shop the Vicia look Ever since Vicia opened earlier this year, its Instagram location page has been among my favorite scrolls. The St. Louis restaurant — one of the best new restaurants of the year — occupies basically a glass box, but its almost-rustic interior has a sophistication and clarity that will convince even the most ardent reclaimed-wood haters to rethink the whole idea of "modern farmhouse" style. Designer Sasha Aleksandr Malinich of R5 Design Agen...

2017-10-15 10:45:02

Watch: Are Homemade Tortilla Chips Worth the Effort?  

'You Can Do This' pits fresh versus store-bought chips In this week's episode of You Can Do This, we're pitting homemade tortilla chips against store-bought versions. While you might roll your eyes and say, "Well of course homemade fried chips taste better," the question is also, "Is it more cost effective?" And crucially, is the time spent making them actually worth the effort compared to just grabbing a bag off the shelf? The answer is based on how much you val...

2017-10-14 10:35:01

Watch: Barbacoa, Mole, Mushroom Ravioli, and Gnocchi All on One Menu  

At El Barzon in Detroit, chef Norberto Garita combines his love for Mexican and Italian cuisine In this episode of Cooking in America, host Sheldon Simeon meets chef Norberto Garita, who owns El Barzon in Detroit. His restaurant is pretty unique, serving both traditional Mexican dishes, such as mole poblano, alongside traditional Italian dishes like cavatelli alla boscaiola. The reason? Garita worked in the kitchens of an Italian restaurant for 12 years, and wanted to pair his It

2017-10-13 16:02:01

'Top Chef Jr.' Looks Oddly Delightful  

No chicken fingers allowed in this kitchen Since its inception 11 years ago, Top Chef has spawned 14 seasons, a cruise ship experience, a video game, a cutlery line, two cookbooks, and a handful of spinoff series. And now, the Top Chef expanded universe is growing a little bit bigger with the addition of Top Chef Jr., a program that's being touted as one of the main attractions on the brand-new Universal Kids cable network (this space on the dial was previously home to Sprout...

2017-10-13 14:12:01

Former Employees Allege Wage Theft After Acclaimed Dallas Restaurant Shutters  

2017-10-13 13:32:01

Is Starbucks Launching a New Spooky Zombie Frappuccino?  

Plus other food news to know today Is Starbucks launching a new spooky drink for Halloween? Citing "a trusted source," one blog floats the rumor that a Zombie-themed Frappuccino, featuring green apple caramel powder and pink powder, will hit menus later this month. When reached, a Starbucks spokesperson said the brand's Halloween plans are still under wraps; real or not, the Internet is predictably very excited and/or terrified. John C. Reilly's character on Tim &...

2017-10-13 12:42:01

Watch: A New Take on Sweet, Spicy Korean Fried Chicken  

'K-Town' visits New York's Ms. Yoo for a whole bird stuffed with glutinous rice Other than Korea itself, which has the ability to adapt and morph its cuisine on its own terms, New York City is the hotbed of a modern approach to Korean cooking. In this episode of K-Town, host Matthew Kang meets chef and restaurateur Esther Choi at her newest spot, Ms. Yoo. Choi is quickly becoming a well-known face of Korean cooking in New York thanks to Mokbar — her duo of Korean ramyun s...

2017-10-13 11:52:01

What the Critics Are Saying About Anthony Bourdain's Food Waste Documentary  

The 'Parts Unknown' host and his chef pals tackle a very big issue in 'Wasted' Wasted, the new feature-length documentary about food waste from Anthony Bourdain and his frequent collaborators at Zero Point Zero Production, rolls into selected theaters today, and it's now available to stream on Amazon, iTunes, and VOD. Bourdain narrates the film, and several of his chef friends, including Danny Bowien, Dan Barber, Sean Brock, Massimo Bottura, and Mario Batali, make appea...

2017-10-13 11:42:01

How Aesop Hand Soap Got Into Every Fancy Restaurant  

2017-10-13 11:22:01

Non-Compete Agreements Can Be Crippling for Chefs  

Adam Leonti was barred from working at any other restaurant in NYC for an entire year In March 2015, a young chef from Philadelphia named Adam Leonti signed an employment agreement to become executive chef of the Williamsburg Hotel and run its not-yet-opened vegetable- and grain-forward restaurant, Harvey. Leonti, who had spent eight years cooking for Marc Vetri, felt ready and excited for the next chapter — a move to New York, a chance to find his voice. Today, nearly two an...

2017-10-13 10:52:01

José Andrés Is Serving 97,000 Meals Per Day in Puerto Rico  

The D.C.-based chef is feeding residents overlooked by government aid Nearly three weeks after landing in Puerto Rico to support those affected by Hurricane Maria, Washington, D.C.-based chef Jose Andres is feeding people in the most remote areas of the island. With his disaster relief nonprofit World Central Kitchen, Andres has made it his mission to deliver sandwiches and hot meals to as many people as possible, and now, Andres announced on Twitter, his team of chef partner...

2017-10-13 10:22:01

Are These 22 Fried Creations Real or Fake State Fair of Texas Dishes?  

2017-10-13 09:52:00

Ferran Adrià on Transforming El Bulli From a Restaurant Into a Legacy  

"I think people will realize the magnitude of our project by 2020" Since his legendary restaurant El Bulli closed in 2011, Spanish chef Ferran Adrià has traded in his saucepans and knives for computers and spreadsheets. Over the past six years, Adrià launched the El Bulli Foundation and has been working on a number of ambitious and enigmatic projects, collaborating with not only some of the world's top chefs but also masters in the fields of finance, art, and technology. ...

2017-10-13 09:32:02

Guy Fieri Brings in Mobile BBQ Unit to Aid California Fire Relief Effort  

The Santa Rosa native spent Thursday morning visiting local emergency shelters

2017-10-13 09:00:05

Facebook Launches Massive Restaurant Delivery Database  

The service is available now nationwide Facebook is going beyond restaurant discovery and right into food delivery. As of today, Facebook users across the country can order food for pick-up or delivery directly from a restaurant's Facebook page or from Facebook's Explore menu. "We're just trying to make it more convenient for people to order food in one place," says Alex Himel, Facebook VP and lead on the project. In other words, in Facebook's version of a perfect w...

2017-10-13 06:03:58

Tim Horton's Newest Coffee Drink Tastes Like Wings  

This is not a joke Canadian coffee and doughnuts chain Tim Horton's is releasing a product for people who can't decide if they want a frothy espresso beverage or a plate of spicy bar wings. The liquid part of the Buffalo Latte is made with espresso, mocha, and "Buffalo sauce flavor," and the topping is thick steamed milk doused with "zesty Buffalo seasoning." It's now available at only two locations in Buffalo, NY, the city where the most popular American iteratio...

2017-10-12 16:23:45

Owner of America's Last Howard Johnson's Charged With Sexually Abusing Employees  

Jo LaRock was arrested after allegedly harassing more than a dozen female staff The owner of an upstate New York Howard Johnson's is being charged with sexually abusing and harassing more than a dozen of his employees. 65-year-old Jonathan LaRock was arrested this week "on charges of sexual abuse, unlawful imprisonment and endangering the welfare of a child," according to the Associated Press. According to police, LaRock "sexually harassed about 15 female employees rangi...

2017-10-12 16:11:46

'Top Chef' Heads to Colorado This December; Here's a Sneak Peek  

Meet the new cheftestepants Bravo's smash-hit culinary competition Top Chef returns for its 15th season this December, sending judges and competitors to the Rocky Mountain State of Colorado. Episodes will take place in Denver, Boulder, Telluride, and Aspen. Padma Lakshmi returns as host, and Tom Colicchio, Gail Simmons, and Graham Elliot are back as judges. Top Chef typically recruits a roster of chefs from many cities across the country to compete, but this season's cheftes...

2017-10-12 14:02:01

Watch: These Tapestries Turn Food Farming Into a Work of Art  

Lina Puerta uses mixed-media to tell their story Migrant farm workers have been a part of the agricultural industry in the United States for many years, with many coming from Latin American countries for seasonal work like fruit-picking. In this short documentary, filmmaker Ava Lowrey profiles Lina Puerta — a New York artist honoring migrant workers through her recent installation, "From Field to Table: Seven Tapestries Honoring Latino Farm Laborers from the American South....

2017-10-12 13:32:01

José Andrés Delivers 500 Hot Meals to Remote Mountaintop Town in Puerto Rico  

He says some people haven't gotten help in weeks More than two weeks after arriving in Puerto Rico, chef Jose Andres continues to show up government officials by actually feeding the people left without food and water after Hurricane Maria. And yesterday, his nonprofit World Central Kitchen traveled to more remote areas of the island, some of which, according to Andres's Twitter posts, haven't received help since the Hurricane made landfall September 20. With the aid of ...

2017-10-12 13:02:01

Top Singapore Restaurant Will Close, Asks to Return Michelin Stars  

Restaurant Andre's last day of service is February 14 Just hours after marking Restaurant Andre's seventh anniversary, chef Andre Chiang unexpectedly announced that his Singapore restaurant's last day of service would be February 14, 2018, CNN reports. Restaurant Andre, regarded as one of Singapore's best, has long been a darling of the restaurant awards circuit: it ranks number 14 on the 2017 World's 50 Best Restaurant list, is number 2 on Asia's 50 Best Restaura...

2017-10-12 12:33:01

South Carolina Restaurant Manager Charged With Enslaving Disabled Employee  

The worker was held captive and forced to work for little to no pay In a truly horrific case out of South Carolina, a restaurant manager has been indicted on charges of forced labor for allegedly enslaving a mentally disabled worker. The Washington Post reports 52-year-old Bobby Paul Edwards, who is white, forced John Christopher Smith, a 39-year-old black man with with "a mild cognitive disability," to work long hours at his restaurant J&J Cafeteria with little to no pay...

2017-10-12 12:02:02

You Can Buy Noma's Gorgeously Nordic Used Furniture for Thousands of Dollars  

Rene Redzepi is auctioning off pieces from his closed restaurant Noma stans, mark your calendar: On November 2, chef Rene Redzepi's iconic Copenhagen restaurant will auction off its furniture, ceramics, decor, and other design pieces from its original location. The auction is hosted by Wright auction house in Chicago. A set of four dining chairs, from Niels O. Møller and J.L. Møllers Møbelfabrik in Denmark, are estimated to for go $4,000 to $6,000. A leather and wood sete...

2017-10-12 11:32:01

Burger King Is Waging a Shadow Campaign Against Wendy's With Promoted Tweets  

People complain about Wendy's, BK promotes their tweets New, sophisticated tactics have taken the marketing war between Burger King and Wendy's to a higher level. A fresh addition to BK's menu is spicy chicken nuggets, an item Wendy's discontinued earlier this year. The Whopper purveyor is trying to lure fans of hot chicken chunks with obvious advertising such as not-so-subtly placed billboards and some new social media imagery. But the savviest move by BK's strategis...

2017-10-12 10:34:50

Woman Trades McDonald's Szechuan Sauce for a Car  

She swapped one packet of the condiment for a 2004 Volkswagen GTI Much like beauty, value is truly in the eye of the beholder: A woman traded a single packet of a McDonald's nugget dipping sauce for a car. It wasn't just lowly barbecue or sweet-and-sour, however: According to The Drive, it was a packet of Szechuan Sauce, the condiment that was just temporarily pulled out of retirement thanks to nostalgic fandom stoked by the creators of Rick & Morty. Rachel Marie of Maco...

2017-10-12 10:16:01

The Best Lazy Halloween Costume Is This Colonel Sanders Mask and Bib  

And other food news to know today The cheapest Halloween costume: a $5 KFC costume kit that comes with a (kind of creepy) Colonel Sanders mask, white bib, and KFC trick or treat bucket. It's called "Halloween Harland" (the colonel's first name); buy it here. Arby's is going to serve a limited number of venison sandwiches at every US location. The chef at Nom Wah Tu reverse engineered the cultish McDonald's Szechuan sauce that Rick & Morty fans are going so dan...

2017-10-12 09:06:23

Anthony Bourdain Says Elite Yelpers Are 'Bad for Restaurants'  

Tony has some choice words for the online reviewers Although some chefs, like Momofuku kingpin David Chang, embrace Elite Yelpers, others despise them. Anthony Bourdain definitely falls into the latter category. Tony hasn't been affiliated with any restaurant in a while now, but he still sees how these online reviewers infuriate his chef pals. While promoting Wasted, his new food waste documentary with Danny Bowien, Bourdain tells Business Insider: There's really no worse, ...

2017-10-12 09:03:41

This Halloween, Dress Up as Salt Bae or a Unicorn Frappuccino  

Nine simple DIY costumes for the food-obsessed Halloween approaches, and perhaps even more important than stocking up on candy for trick-or-treaters is assembling a killer costume. This year, consider skipping the store-bought sexy ladybug outfit and going the DIY route instead with one of these food world costume ideas: replicate the signature look of America's favorite television chefs, dress up as the year's hottest Frappuccino flavor, or pay homage to the year's best vi...

2017-10-11 17:01:01

Anthony Bourdain Has Never Seen a City Like Lagos Before  

Tony is heading to the largest city in Africa on 'Parts Unknown' this week Next up on Parts Unknown, Anthony Bourdain travels to Lagos, which is not only the largest city in Nigeria, but the whole of Africa. In a metropolis of roughly 20 million people, Bourdain finds food and culture that takes him by complete surprise. "It's mad, it's bad, it's delicious, it's confusing, and I've never seen anything like it," the chef-turned-TV host says in the episode. "Never ...

2017-10-11 15:33:01

'Twin Peeks' Beer Goes Down Way Easier Than 'Twin Peaks: The Return'  

 David Lynch helped create this specialty brew Danish brewing company Mikkeller is releasing a special line of Twin Peaks-themed beers at David Lynch's Festival of Disruption in LA this weekend. The New York-based contingent of the Mikkeller team got feedback from Lynch on the design, branding, and taste of Log Lady Lager, Red Room Ale, and Damn Good Coffee Stout. That last beer is actually made using coffee from David Lynch Signature Cup Organic House Blend. In an annou...

2017-10-11 15:01:00

Noma's René Redzepi Will Write Three New Cookbooks  

He's also launching a biannual book series edited by Lucky Peach's cofounder Noma chef Rene Redzepi getting into the publishing game. The chef is teaming up with publisher Artisan to launch Foundations of Flavour, a series of three new Noma cookbooks focused on the specific techniques that have made the Copenhagen restaurant one of the best in the world, and biannual publication Dispatches, which will further the message of Redzepi's social consciousness nonprofit MAD. T...

2017-10-11 14:41:48

Eleven Madison Park's New Redesign Comes With Bizarre 'Anti-Smell' Suits  

Plus other news to know today Take a look at Eleven Madison Park's new uniforms, which come along with the big-deal restaurant's fresh redesign. The suits feature such elements as different colored ties to distinguish staff roles; "custom-designed pockets"; and "a special four-way stretch worsted wool that is stain-resistant, anti-smell, and water-resistant." The price is not listed in the story. Panda Express, Cheesecake Factory, and other local chains have star...

2017-10-11 14:02:00

Watch: 'The Souvlaki Lady' Serves Grilled Meat Out of a Small Trailer  

'Dining on a Dime' heads to Astoria to visit a 30-year-old food trailer Dining on a Dime's second New York City season continues in the borough of Queens — the largest and easternmost of the city's boroughs. In this episode, host Lucas Peterson hops a W train to Astoria, where he pays a visit to a woman named Elpida — known as the Souvlaki Lady — who has operated a small food trailer on Ditmars Boulevard for the last 30 years. Souvlaki is a traditional Greek snack...

2017-10-11 12:47:44

Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico: Food Relief, Recovery, and Other Updates  

How chefs like Jose Andres are doing their part after the September hurricane On September 20, 2017, Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico as a Category 4 storm with 155 mph winds. Following the devastating, deadly hurricane — which left millions without power, took down trees, and flooded streets — the restaurant and food community is struggling to pick up the pieces. Chefs have stepped up to provide food and other relief to people affected, including on-the-groun...

2017-10-11 12:31:01

Hurricane Maria Devastated Puerto Rico's Coffee Farms  

And the local industry's future hangs in the balance Coffee is one of the few local products that defines us Puerto Ricans as a people, that fills us with pride, and that brings us together as a community. Puerto Rican coffee has always been high quality; it used to be called the "coffee of popes and kings," because in the 19th century the Vatican served only Puerto Rican coffee. Today, we drink it with breakfast, with a mid-morning snack, after lunch, for a mid-afternoon p...

2017-10-11 11:45:39

José Andrés Criticizes Trump for Poor Response to Food Crisis in Puerto Rico  

The chef is on his way to serving 100,000 people a day At times, it can seem like chef Jose Andres and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen are single-handedly feeding Puerto Rico, and lately, it seems Andres himself feels this way, too. Andres has been on the island since September 26 to respond to the humanitarian crisis Hurricane Maria left in its wake. For weeks, the Washington, D.C.-based chef has chronicled his progress on Twitter, providing frequent updates on new kitch...

2017-10-11 11:15:31

Danny Meyer, David Chang, Others Sued Over No-Tipping 'Conspiracy'  

A lawsuit claims restaurant owners are profiting from zero-gratuity policies at the expense of servers and diners The no-tipping movement has widely been praised as a way to improve the lives of restaurant workers, but a new lawsuit claims restaurant owners are really the ones profiting from zero-gratuity policies. A proposed class-action lawsuit filed in California federal court names several Bay Area and New York restaurants — including those owned by no-tipping pioneer Dann...

2017-10-11 10:01:01

Watch Gal Gadot Steal 'The Last Fry' in This Hilarious Unaired SNL Sketch  

It's a '90s-style rap song about eating fries during a nuclear attack Sometimes the funniest SNL sketches never make it onto the air for various timing reasons. Case in point: Beck Bennett and Kyle Mooney's rap parody "The Last Fry," which got axed at the last minute during the episode hosted by Gal Gadot over the weekend. In the clip, Bennett and Mooney play ultra-dorky rapping pals who decide to slide down to the diner for some grub. Gal Gadot walks into the restaura...

2017-10-11 09:17:01

Eater Is Hiring a Social Media Manager  

Here's how to apply Eater is looking for a creative, organized, and ambitious Senior Social Media Manager to focus on our engaging and expanding social video program. Responsibilities include creating the distribution strategy for Eater's social videos across all platforms, especially Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter; creating and curating Instagram stories; exploring new social video opportunities; using data insights to understand content engagement; and pitching ideas for...

2017-10-11 00:00:02

Behold Taco Bell's Collaboration With Forever 21  

These hoodies and tees are way cooler than they have any right to be Taco Bell is the latest fast food chain to experiment with trendy merchandise, but unlike KFC, the true pioneer of fast food attire, the Tex-Mex mega brand decided to collaborate with an actual clothing retailer on the creation of its garments. The result is this line of undeniably fresh gear, which will be available starting Wednesday, October 11 at Forever 21 stores all across the country. The collection incl

2017-10-10 15:41:25

The Chef Behind Eggslut Is Over Instagram Food  

Alvin Cailan talks expansion, LA vs NYC, and why it's not all about the perfect pic Alvin Cailan built his reputation on perfectly photogenic oozy egg sandwiches at Eggslut, first a truck and now a mini chain with four brick-and-mortar locations spread across LA and Las Vegas. But, as popular as Eggslut's dripping cheese and social media-friendly name have made him, for Cailan, the era of ~ cooking for the 'gram ~ is over. "I'm steering towards the future and not trying...

2017-10-10 14:02:01

HelloFresh Will Be the Next Meal Kit Company to Go Public  

Has it learned nothing from Blue Apron? Can investors muster up an appetite for more meal kits? Following Blue Apron's disappointing IPO, competitor HelloFresh has announced it too is going public, Reuters reports. HelloFresh, which is based in Germany, will be listed on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and hopes to raise $350 million from its IPO, according to the New York Times. The meal kit company operates in 10 countries, including in the U.S., and says it will use money rais...

2017-10-10 13:01:01

José Andrés Has Served Over 350,000 Meals in Puerto Rico  

"We're going to do 200,000 meals a day no problem" As of yesterday, Washington, DC-based chef Jose Andres was still in Puerto Rico mobilizing volunteers and setting up kitchens to feed people in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, which devastated the island late last month. Since arriving, the superhero chef and his disaster-relief nonprofit World Central Kitchen have served over 350,000 meals; They are well on their way to their goal of feeding 100,000 people daily. Ove...

2017-10-10 12:17:01

Michelin Announces 2018 Stars for Switzerland  

There are 14 new one-star restaurants Yesterday, Michelin revealed its star announcements for Switzerland. Fourteen new restaurants have received one star, and just two new restaurants have earned two Michelin stars, food writer Elizabeth Auerbach noted on Twitter. There are no new additions to Michelin's top tier this year. Since the 2016 guide when Michelin awarded Cheval Blanc in Basel three stars, Switzerland has had three three-Michelin-starred restaurants, also including...

2017-10-10 11:47:01

Watch Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert's Fake Tarantino-Inspired Movie Trailer  

Plus, Burger King trolls Wendy's and more food news • Today in chef bros being chef bros: Watch "32 Yolks To Slaughter," the fake, Tarantino-esque movie trailer from Parts Unknown's Anthony Bourdain, starring chef Eric Ripert: @ericripert, action hero! In his upcoming epic: 32 YOLKS TO SLAUGHTER !! A post shared by anthonybourdain (@anthonybourdain) on Oct 9, 2017 at 10:03am PDT • Since he stepped down as CEO of Starbucks earlier this year, Howard Schult...

2017-10-10 11:11:57

'Iron Chef' Returns Next Month With a Thanksgiving Episode  

Alton Brown is also hosting a new Iron Chef retrospective series Recently-revived culinary competition show Iron Chef is headed back to the airwaves next month for a new series of battles starring Alex Guarnaschelli, Michael Symon, Bobby Flay, Jose Garces, and newly-minted Iron Chef Stephanie Izard. During each episode of Iron Chef Showdown, two chef teams will compete against each other in the Chairman's Challenge, judged by host Alton Brown. The winner will face one of the I

2017-10-10 10:33:47

Carl's Jr. Launches Weird Twitter Campaign to Get Amazon to Buy It  

The fast-food chain says it will give CEO Jeff Bezos VIP parking at every location Carl's Jr. is in the midst of a very thirsty social media campaign: The fast-food chain formerly headed up by failed Labor Secretary nominee Andy Puzder apparently wants Amazon to buy it. In a series of tweets, Carl's Jr. attempts to make the case for why it should be next on Amazon's acquisitions list, using the hashtag #AmazonBuyUs. The chain has two dozen "Big Ideas" to present, includ...

2017-10-10 10:01:01

The 11 Hottest New Restaurants in Helsinki, Finland  

Nordic fine dining in a shopping mall, Neapolitan pizza, and lots of herring in Finland's capital city For the first time, Eater heads to Helsinki, Finland, to check in on 11 drinking and dining destinations that have been garnering some serious buzz. And for this initial installation, Helsinki-based writer Ilkka Siren has kindly offered up his picks for the hottest restaurants of the past 12 months. Fish, like perch, herring, and vendace, is a staple in the Finnish capital a...

2017-10-10 09:29:01

The History of Steam Beer, America's Original Craft Brew  

How Anchor Steam went from San Francisco curiosity to brewing legend If the last 50 years of American craft beer has a liquid godfather, it's Anchor Steam. "In my mind, it's the first craft beer," says Randy Mosher, author of Tasting Beer and one of the world's leading experts on the drink. Even more than that, Anchor Steam is a singular achievement in American food and drink: It's the sole commercial representation of the oldest indigenous beer style in the United St...

2017-10-09 09:45:01

Watch: How Bon Bons Get Their Colorful, Glossy Sheen  

'The Process' learns the ropes at NYC's Stick With Me Sweets New York City confectioner shop Stick With Me Sweets offers a menu of bon bons —aka small candies coated in chocolate — with more than two dozen, wildly varied options: peanut butter and jelly coated in milk chocolate; liquid salted caramel encased in dark chocolate; kalamansi merignue pie filling inside a white chocolate. But what they all have in common are a gorgeous, glossy exterior, achieved in a decorati...

2017-10-09 08:15:02

A Guide to Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert's Television Bromance  

They've consumed a staggering amount of food and booze together There is perhaps no greater bromance on television than the one between Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert. The Parts Unknown host loves dragging the chef/owner of Le Bernardin around the world on adventures that are full of wise-cracking, playful pranks, and, occasionally, profound musings on the great mysteries of the universe. These excursions always involve copious amounts of alcohol plus rich and/or spicy foods...

2017-10-07 11:45:01

Recipe: Skirt Steak, in All Its Tender, Juicy Glory  

From chef Josef Centeno's cookbook, Bäco: Vivid Recipes from the Heart of Los Angeles When James Beard Award-nominated chef Josef Centeno opened his first solo restaurant, Bäco Mercat, in downtown Los Angeles in 2011, there were only a handful of restaurants in the area; few Angelenos drove downtown for dining or nightlife. But Bäco was packed on day one. Today, Centeno owns five restaurants in the area, and is credited with helping to spur downtown LA's revitalization. ...

2017-10-07 10:45:02

Watch: Grilling a Lebanese Meat Feast in Michigan  

'Cooking in America' finds juicy kofta and chicken tawook at Dearborn Meat Market At one of Michigan's most beloved meat markets, customers can grab freshly made kebabs to take home — or if they're really hungry, get them grilled on the spot. In this episode of Cooking in America, host Sheldon Simeon heads to the Detroit suburb of Dearborn to visit Dearborn Meat Market, owned by a fifth-generation Lebanese butcher named Sam Saad. Saad emigrated to Detroit 42 years ago, a...

2017-10-06 16:01:01

Panda Express Offers to Relocate Its Workers in Puerto Rico Following Hurricane Maria  

The company has also sent cash, satellite phones, and other supplies As Puerto Ricans grapple with the loss of family, home, work, and access to basic needs (food, clean water, and utilities) in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Panda Express is offering a lifeline to its employees on the island. In addition to sending aid to its workers in Puerto Rico, Panda Express is also offering relocation assistance to employees affected by the hurricane. "As soon as the airport opens, ...

2017-10-06 15:33:01

Watch: Modern Korean Food That Doesn't Break the Bank  

'K-Town' visits NYC's Atoboy, which serves fine-dining-quality menus for $40 One of New York City's biggest restaurant openings of 2016 was a place called Atoboy in the Nomad neighborhood. Founded by husband and wife team Junghyun and Ellia Park, the sleek, almost cavernous space has a Blade Runner feel to it, and in this episode of K-Town, host Matthew Kang tries to unpack what exactly a "modern Korean restaurant" looks, feels, and tastes like. Korean cuisine can o...

2017-10-06 14:32:01

Jamie Oliver's Land Rover Doubles as a Deluxe Kitchen  

This car is probably nicer than your own kitchen Junk food-hating celebrity chef Jamie Oliver recently partnered up with Land Rover to build his dream kitchen on wheels. This SUV is really the perfect vehicle for the Naked Chef to take on adventures with his five kids, named (seriously) Petal Blossom Rainbow Oliver, Daisy Boo Pamela Oliver, River Rocket Oliver, Buddy Bear Maurice Oliver, and Poppy Honey Rosie Oliver. The souped-up Land Rover has a rotisserie, an ice cream maker

2017-10-06 14:02:01

Mexico City's Street Food Vendors Regroup and Return After the Earthquake  

From Condesa to downtown, these stands remain an essential part of city life Condesa is to Mexico City what the Mission District is to San Francisco: a vibrant neighborhood popping with hot restaurants, boutiques, and bars. It's at the heart of Mexico City's hipster dining scene, and is home to restaurants like acclaimed chef Gabriela Camara's hit seafood destination, Contramar. The ongoing gentrification in Condesa and the nearby Roma neighborhood started back in the ea...

2017-10-06 13:33:01

What It's Like to Get Four Stars From the 'New York Times'  

Excerpted from Eleven Madison Park: The Next Chapter Before it was owned by chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, before it was named the "World's Best Restaurant," New York City's lauded Eleven Madison Park was awarded four stars by the New York Times. Here, in an excerpt from the restaurant's newest cookbook, are two memories of that celebratory night. The first time I met Daniel Boulud, he was checking into Campton Place in San Francisco. It was 2003, an...

2017-10-06 12:26:00

Thanks to Ikea, Cafeterias Matter Again  

Historically, these spaces acted as hubs for the community. The Swedish brand is bringing them back Not so long ago, most cities in America were home to at least one public cafeteria. In Minot, North Dakota, it was the Savoy. Albuquerque had Bracy's and Tulsa had Foote's. For much of the 20th century, diners in big cities like San Francisco and Philadelphia could practically eat at a different cafeteria each day of the week. The food tended to be unglamorous but hearty, the d...

2017-10-06 11:33:01

José Andrés and World Central Kitchen Have Served 130,000 People in Puerto Rico  

More than a week and a half in, they're on track to serve 50,000 daily Jose Andres and team have surpassed the 100,000 meal mark. Over a week since arriving in Puerto Rico to help those affected by Hurricane Maria, Andres and his nonprofit World Central Kitchen have served a total of 130,000 meals out of mobile kitchens, restaurants, food trucks, and the Coliseo de Puerto Rico, the island's largest arena — smashing a 100k-meal goal they set earlier this week. According t...

2017-10-06 11:02:01

Inside Eleven Madison Park's Super-Secret New Cookbook  

Only 11,000 copies have been printed Eleven Madison Park peddles in surprise. The restaurant, which has four stars from the New York Times and three Michelin stars, earned a distinction as the "World's Best Restaurant" last year. Its owners, restaurateur Will Guidara and chef Daniel Humm, have made names for themselves as savvy operators so determined to delight even the most jaded of diners that they jump through increasingly ridiculous hoops. So of course the team's sec...

2017-10-06 10:31:00

World's 50 Best Bars: London Takes the #1 Spot  

Plus, all the food news to know today The World's 50 Best organization released its annual list of the "World's 50 Best Bars." The American Bar at London's Savoy Hotel landed in the top spot for 2017, with London's Dandelyan and Connaught Bar taking the second and fourth places, respectively. New York City's NoMad and Dead Rabbit ended up ranked third and fifth. The NoMad, of course, is affiliated with chef Daniel Humm and restaurateur Will Guidara, whose NYC rest...

2017-10-06 10:22:30

Mission Chinese Is Opening a Third Location  

Danny Bowien is expanding his hit restaurant to Brooklyn

2017-10-06 10:10:37

Giada De Laurentiis Is Working on a Fast-Casual Pasta Concept  

She'll test out the idea with a pop-up in NYC later this month Numerous big-name chefs have launched fast-casual concepts in recent years — and now a Food Network icon is seemingly following in their footsteps: TV chef and Vegas restaurateur Giada De Laurentiis is planning a fast-casual pasta chain. Eater NY reports De Laurentiis will host a pasta pop-up dinner in NYC later this month to test out the idea. "Pasta is our number one seller across the board all the time," s...

2017-10-06 09:17:02

Guy Fieri Hates That Flame Shirt  

And he never brings it of out the closet anymore Guy Fieri answers to one person, and one person only: Guy Mother Effin' Fieri. All the think pieces in the world won't change how this food media superstar lives his life or conducts his business. He's a walking, talking "Deal With It" meme, except the sunglasses drop on the back of his head, not the front. But despite his DGAF demeanor, the Spiky One has a softer side, too. And on the latest episode of Dan Pashman's T...

2017-10-05 17:27:10

Anthony Bourdain and Eric Ripert Debate the Ethics of Eating Meat on 'Parts Unknown'  

The two old friends head to the French Alps for a ski trip on this week's episode In the next episode of Parts Unknown, globe-trotting television host Anthony Bourdain heads to the French Alps with his old pal and Le Bernardin chef Eric Ripert. During their time together, Bourdain and Ripert cook, eat, ski, and debate whether meat consumption is worth the environmental side effects. In the ski lodge after their adventure on the slopes, the two find cuisine that greatly exceed...

2017-10-05 16:01:01

Why Tablets on Restaurant Tables Are Here to Stay  

Major chains can't get enough of the sales-boosting devices Over the past few years, restaurant tables have come to accommodate a new fixture next to the ketchup bottles and salt shakers: tablets. iPads and their ilk have become a common sight on tabletops at numerous restaurants, from fast-casual burger chains to pillars of the casual-dining sector like Olive Garden and Chili's. Putting tablets on tables is intended to speed up service by enabling diners to perform various ...

2017-10-05 15:02:01

Racist 'Dirty Chinese Restaurant' Game Will Not Be Released  

This very bad idea is now vanquished to the dustbin of history  The makers of the blatantly racist cell phone game Dirty Chinese Restaurant have responded to the backlash over their product by canceling its release. A trailer for the game, which made the rounds online last week, showed a chef chasing cats to serve as "unsavoury" food at a grimy restaurant, and sometimes toiling at "sweatshop levels" while evading immigration officers. The furor over the game starte...

2017-10-05 14:02:00

Watch: Egg Tarts and Mango Bread Star at This Taiwanese Bakery Chain  

'Cult Following' heads to 85 Degrees Celsius for flaky pastries and boba tea Taiwanese pastries are more prevalent than ever, but one chain with hundreds of locations attracts a major crowd. In this episode of Cult Following, host Serena Dai visits 85 Degrees Celsius Bakery, a chain serving egg tarts, cheesy hot dog buns, and boba tea. Joining her at the bakery's Torrance, California location are two more fans of the chain and very special guests: Hudson Yang, star of ABC...

2017-10-05 13:52:17

Why Cities Fighting Climate Change Should Take a Look at Food Policy  

2017-10-05 13:02:00

I'm a Restaurant Owner in Mexico City. After the Earthquake, I Went to Work.  

We've been open since the day after the quake, trying to find our new normal The two-tone wail of our alarma sísmica, the modem-sized box screwed to the wall in my restaurant, Cicatriz, in Mexico City, that alerts us to tremors, always causes a momentary fright. The detector is there by law — it was a package deal with the smoke detectors and fire extinguishers. It usually goes off a few times a week, blinking to life during the micro earth disturbances that are common here....

2017-10-05 11:47:02

'Battle Chef Brigade' Throws Culinary Competitions Into the Gaming Universe  

It's like a psychedelic version of 'Chopped' A gaming company by the name of Trinket Studios is working on a new title wherein players will control chefs duking it out in a culinary competition like Chopped, set in a colorful fantasyland. Battle Chef Brigade doesn't simulate actual recipe execution, though — the chefs forage and hunt for their ingredients, and each dish involves a series of "flavor profile" puzzles built around matching different colored food i...

2017-10-05 11:35:01

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