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The New and Old Food-Adjacent Shows We've Been Streaming This Week  

HBO/Curb Your Enthusiasm Looking for something delicious to watch this weekend? We've got you. Like most people living under shelter-in-place orders or voluntarily socially distancing because of COVID-19, Eater staffers are watching a lot of TV right now. Coming from series past and present, here are the best food-related scenes, episodes, and shows that we used to cope this week. Party Down (Seasons 1 and 2 streaming on Hulu) The gist: The failed dreams and enduring...

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2020-04-03 18:13:05



Famed LA Chef Nancy Silverton Diagnosed With COVID-19  

The Mozza chef is maintaining isolation at home

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2020-04-03 17:49:32



Coronavirus Has Killed Corona Beer Production  

Photo by Alex Tai/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images Under orders from the Mexican government, Modelo has stopped making beers, including Corona Constellation Brands, the U.S. distributor of Corona beer, can stop worrying about reported customer confusion between the novel coronavirus pandemic and its Mexican lager with a similar name. Grupo Modelo, which produces Corona and other beers in Mexico, announced that it will halt production in accordance with a government ord

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2020-04-03 14:22:27



This Breakfast Pop-Up Serves Cheesy Sandwiches Lowered Down in a Bucket   

Calabama is feeding fans from four stories up

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2020-04-03 13:26:32



Restaurants Desperately Need the Government's Coronavirus Stimulus Loans, But the Banks Aren't Ready  

Photo by Win McNamee/Getty Images So far, the loans are the primary way that the government is bailing out independent restaurants Today, the Small Business Administration is due to start doling out $350 billion in loans allocated by the $2 trillion coronavirus relief stimulus. But banks and other lenders responsible for administering those loans say they aren't yet prepared to do so, and interest rates are already higher than initially proposed. The Paycheck Protection Pr...

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2020-04-03 11:47:34



Author Adib Khorram Is Always Looking for His Next Meal   

Khorram talks to Eater about writing food scenes, the concept of the "cultural iceberg," and tea — and reads an excerpt from his YA novel, Darius the Great Is Not Okay In Adib Khorram's novel Darius the Great Is Not Okay, protagonist Darius Kellner, a self-described "Fractional Persian," visits Iran with his mother, father, and younger sister. There, he comes to terms with his identity and his place in his family, he strikes a new friendship with Sohrab, and he ...

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2020-04-03 11:47:09



Author Adib Khorram Is Always Looking for His Next Meal   

Khorram talks to Eater about writing food scenes, the concept of the "cultural iceberg," and tea — and reads an excerpt from his YA novel, Darius the Great Is Not Okay In Adib Khorram's novel Darius the Great Is Not Okay, protagonist Darius Kellner, a self-described "Fractional Persian," visits Iran with his mother, father, and younger sister. There, he comes to terms with his identity and his place in his family, he strikes a new friendship with Sohrab, and he ...

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2020-04-03 11:47:09



Facing a Season Without Restaurant Sales, Independent Winemakers Worry About What's Next  

A selection of natural wines at Dame, a wine bar in Portland, OR | Dina Avila Winemakers are pivoting to sell directly to consumers, but selling bottles now is just one of their concerns "Nobody is ordering wine," says Joe Swick. His eponymous label, Swick Wines, is based in Oregon's Willamette Valley, and sources grapes from both Oregon and Washington. Swick is represented by the influential natural wine importer and distributor Jenny and Francois Selections, and his wi...

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2020-04-03 11:12:43



How to Make The Most of a Tiny Kitchen  

Get organized

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2020-04-03 10:18:16



If Nothing Else, You'll Be Able To Find Chicken Wings At The Grocery Store  

Chicken wings | Shutterstock Plus, Whole Foods employees will get temperature checks at work, and more news to start your day Hope your home cooking plan includes buffalo wings You may have difficulty finding yeast and toilet paper right now, but one item it'll be easy to stock up on is chicken wings — and that's because March Madness is canceled. Suppliers now have a surplus of chicken wings to deal with, which otherwise would have gone to bars and Buffalo Wild Wings l...

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2020-04-03 10:00:00



If You Literally Never Cook, Start Here  

Photo by Maciej Toporowicz, NYC / Getty How to get started on your cooking journey, from frying eggs and saucing pasta to roasting chickens and making soup So you're really, really into food. You also have no idea how to cook it. I get it, I've been there. There are more of us than you might think: Younger Americans grew up in a system awash in convenience foods, while our parents were working longer and harder and had less and less time to cook. Then, when we became adu...

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2020-04-02 16:38:47



Leonardo DiCaprio and Apple Launch America's Food Fund to Help Those Affected by COVID-19  

Photo by VALERIE MACON/AFP via Getty Images The GoFundMe, which includes Oprah as a donor, names Jose Andres's World Central Kitchen and Feeding America as its first two beneficiaries Jose Andres's World Central Kitchen has been on the frontlines of the COVID-19 pandemic, serving meals to quarantined passengers on cruise ships, feeding healthcare workers, and keeping restaurants in business. Now, WCK, along with Feeding America, are getting some heftier celebrity fund...

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2020-04-02 14:29:39



You Can Never Have Too Many Mugs   

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on April 2, 2020, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. There may be no kitchen item as delightful as a mug. As noted in the Eater holiday gift guide this past year, you never need another mug, but somehow you'll always find a way to add one to the rotation. Especially if that addition carries sentiment...

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2020-04-02 14:28:41



The Local Food Revolution Goes Online — for Now   

sunlover/Shutterstock To survive uncertain times, small farms are pivoting to online orders to serve their local communities and compete with big box grocers like Amazon and Walmart This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. "We are so busy this may not be my most lucid moment," Amy McCann says when she picks up the phone, which hasn't stopped ringing in days. McCann is the CEO of the Eugene, Oregon-based Local Food Marketplace, a software platform that farmers an...

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2020-04-02 12:36:40



Damn, 'Guy's Grocery Games' Hits Different Right Now  

DAVID MOIR/FOOD NETWORK What sets "Triple-G" apart is Guy Fieri, who reminds you to stay positive while doing the best you can Waiting on line to go to the grocery store earlier this week felt like preparing for battle. The store was only allowing 50 people in at a time, including employees, so prospective shoppers waited patiently, estimating a six-foot distance between us, until we were beckoned inside. We weren't timed, but it was implied we were to get in and get out...

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2020-04-02 12:18:31



'Cooking Is Gonna Get More Strategic... and Maybe Even More Fun'  

Getty Images/EyeEm Premium We've never been cooking more, but ingredients are getting harder and harder to come by Judging by Google searches, bean sales, and every other photo on your Instagram feed, folks are cooking a lot right now, stuck at home while social distancing. That includes lots of bread making (has sourdough ever been so popular??) and baking (as Eater's Jenny G. Zhang put it, "Just scroll through Instagram or do a quick Twitter search for "anxiety bakin...

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2020-04-02 11:28:03



Restaurants Are Selling Their Trophy Bottles to Make it Through the Pandemic  

The New York City location of the Riddler | Alexa Bendek/Eater NY As dining rooms close in response to COVID-19, rare wine sales provide a much-needed revenue source for restaurants — and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for collectors As soon as the staff at Manresa learned that they would not be able to keep their dining room open, wine director Jim Rollston knew that their small but premium wine inventory could bring a quick injection of cash to help keep a few people em...

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2020-04-02 11:20:51



What NYC Restaurants Are Doing About Rent  

Largely, they're pleading with landlords for rent forgiveness or deferment

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2020-04-02 10:21:32



Of Course Food Service Workers Among Harder Hit By COVID-19  

Instacart worker | Shutterstock Plus, McDonald's will start screening employees for symptoms, and more news to start your day Data shows highest levels of COVID-19 in Queens are in areas with a lot of food service workers As COVID-19 cases in the U.S. continue to rise, data is emerging on just where those cases are centered. New York is one of the hardest hit states, and in the borough of Queens, the neighborhoods of Elmhurst, Jackson Heights, and Corona have some of the hi...

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2020-04-02 10:00:00



Is This the Start of a CSA Boom?  

Shutterstock As home cooks practice social distancing, farm produce that skips the store makes sense Marnie Dresser never thought she'd want to sign up for a CSA again. "I tried it once and it felt like too much pressure," she says. "I just wanted to go to the farmers market." Dresser is an English professor in Wisconsin and lives in a town so small that its store shelves "didn't even empty of toilet paper as soon as the other places," as she describes it. But ...

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2020-04-01 18:15:59



What It's Like to Be in Substance Abuse Recovery During a Crisis   

Chef David Nichols shares thoughts about the importance of mental health in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic

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2020-04-01 12:31:08



Stop Torturing Yourself With Quarantine Diets  

lunamarina/Shutterstock Memes about gaining weight during quarantine are everywhere, and they're body-shaming at its most insidious As soon as it became clear that the only way to mitigate the impact of the novel coronavirus was to isolate and stay indoors, talk of the "quarantine 15," a horrifyingly timely update to the "freshman 15," was inevitable. Stuck inside our homes with only Netflix and snacks as comfort in the middle of what is arguably the most uncertain t...

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2020-04-01 10:00:00



Eater Staffers Pick Their Favorite Smitten Kitchen Recipes  

Pizza beans from Smitten Kitchen | Deb Perelman/Smitten Kitchen Our editors cook more now than ever — and keep returning to Deb Perelman's blog to do so These days, Eater editors are eating out less and less, due to widespread restrictions on dining in and mandates nationwide to stay at home. That means we're cooking a whole lot more, in addition to ordering delivery and takeout from places we love — and we're also talking about cooking more than ever before. Sure, w...

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2020-04-01 09:31:00



These Soothing Instagram Food Drawings Are Also Raising Funds for Restaurants  

Natasha Pickowicz Folks are putting pen (or colored pencils) to paper as an outlet for stress and as a way to support the industry The colors of the strawberries, peach slices, and fresh-flower flourishes on top of the cakes — themselves imperfect circles, and slightly off-kilter — are bright, but also kind of faded, and definitely smudgy. These are not Instagram-perfect bakery shots. Instead, they're all drawings, done by hand, of what might be a cake but is maybe a fla...

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2020-03-31 18:00:00



A Super-Simple Gray Squash Recipe for Tired Evenings at Home  

Courtesy of 'My Korea' This easy recipe, found in Hooni Kim's new cookbook, "My Korea," is perfect for this moment Gray squash may be the most daunting part of the otherwise extremely simple sauteed gray squash and onion recipe found in Hooni Kim's new cookbook, My Korea. Not everyone may be familiar with this specific squash or find its purported hue appealing — and even gray squash fans might find it hard to obtain, as the novel coronavirus has forced some gro...

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2020-03-31 17:50:01



A Super-Simple Gray Squash Recipe for Tired Evenings at Home  

This easy recipe, found in Hooni Kim's new cookbook, "My Korea," is perfect for this moment Gray squash may be the most daunting part of the otherwise extremely simple sauteed gray squash and onion recipe found in Hooni Kim's new cookbook, My Korea. Not everyone may be familiar with this specific squash or find its purported hue appealing — and even gray squash fans might find it hard to obtain, as the novel coronavirus has forced some grocery stores to close, while ot...

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2020-03-31 17:50:01



San Francisco's Shelter-in-Place Extension Includes Strident New Rules About Maintaining Social Distancing for Takeout and at Grocery Stores  

The rules now require "tape or other markings at least six feet apart in customer line areas inside the store and on sidewalks"

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2020-03-31 15:32:58



The Community That Was Ready for California's Coronavirus Outbreak  

Southern California's San Gabriel Valley has been masked up for months, and life is already getting back to normal

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2020-03-31 15:30:38



The Coronavirus Crisis Could Permanently Close 30 Percent of California's Restaurants  

The state's top restaurant lobby wants to put a planned minimum wage increase on hold

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2020-03-31 13:44:09



I'm Sick of Scrolling Past Essays to Get to Recipes I'm Not Paying For  

"As someone who is not paying for this freely provided recipe, I feel entitled to complain about it as much as I want." | Photo: uzhursky/Shutterstock Memo to recipe bloggers: No one wants your life story, says me, an asshole Dear recipe blogs, Why the FUCK does every single one of your freely provided recipes begin with a thousand-word essay about your life story? I don't need to read about the recent death of your beloved grandmother, whose enduring longing for the fl...

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2020-03-31 12:49:05



Grubhub Asks Restaurants to Foot the Bill on 'Supper for Support' Promotions  

Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images At a time when margins are thinner than ever, the delivery platform wants restaurants to opt into offering customers $10 off dinner orders A new Grubhub restaurant delivery promotion called "Supper for Support" isn't quite so supportive as it sounds. The deal, a $10 discount to diners on Grubhub orders of $30 or more from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m daily, is advertised to customers as a way to "save while supporting the restaurants you ...

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2020-03-31 12:42:52



'There's Nothing I Wouldn't Do at This Point'  

Grocery stores have announced hiring sprees in response to increased demand due to concerns around novel coronavirus. | Mario Tama/Getty Images Grocery, delivery, and other businesses in demand during the coronavirus pandemic are on hiring sprees, but for laid-off restaurant workers, making the switch isn't so simple Angel de la Torre-Miranda has thrived on a career in restaurants. For almost 13 years, he has worked the line as a cook and a sous chef across the San Diego me...

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2020-03-31 12:23:29



Home Cooks Trapped by Coronavirus Are Flocking to Meal Kits  

HelloFresh ingredients and recipe card | Bridget Halenar / Optimistic Kitchen Blue Apron and HelloFresh have seen surges in demand and investor interest over the last few weeks, as home cooks avoid grocery stores Heather Kaufman recently took over her parents' apartment in New York while they ride out the coronavirus pandemic in New Jersey. To stock the fridge, "I had to go to the local grocery store, which has very narrow aisles. It was a little tense," she says. "It ...

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2020-03-31 11:26:45



Why Even Meals?  

Shutterstock You could take this time to make yourself elaborate dinners from scratch. Or you could treat every meal like after-school snack. In 2010, The Awl asked a question that has haunted me for a decade: Are You Lunch? In it, Choire Sicha ruminated on a fundamental experience of anyone who has worked from home, rummaging through one's fridge and cabinets to cobble together a plate that'll tide you over without too much effort. A few things presented themselves to hi...

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2020-03-31 10:00:00



This Is What Alinea's $35 To-Go Meal Looks Like  

Sadly there are no edible balloons in sight from Grant Achatz's carryout operation

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2020-03-31 09:51:19



This José Andrés Prayer Candle Sold Out on Etsy in Just 5 Hours   

A local maker says she'll donate about $1,500 in profits to World Central Kitchen

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2020-03-31 09:00:00



The Private Chefs Risking Their Lives to Feed the Super Rich  

For private chefs, coronavirus has forced difficult conversations with their wealthy clients Everyone's a little stir-crazy these days, even inside the sprawling Southern California mansion where Catarina* works as a private chef. The family she's exclusively cooked for during the last eight years canceled their vacation last week, and now they're practicing social isolation — at least, as far as they're concerned. "The only people who are coming and going are mysel...

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2020-03-30 16:53:45



'They Were Obviously Not Talking to Restaurants,' U.S. Rep. Maloney Says After Owners Slam Stimulus  

New York City restaurateurs called for more grants, fewer loans, and rent relief during the virtual town hall

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2020-03-30 16:43:14



Food Service Workers: Eater Wants to Know How the Coronavirus Pandemic Has Affected You  

Shutterstock From line cooks to bartenders to grocery store cashiers, we want to hear how COVID-19 has impacted your job and where you work The COVID-19 pandemic has hit the restaurant industry like a hurricane. Millions of workers have lost their jobs, while many more have been asked to work in unsafe conditions, and the federal stimulus package falls miles short of what independent restaurants need to survive. The National Restaurant Association estimates a $225 billion loss

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2020-03-30 16:20:45



Paying Restaurants to Feed the Needy  

A boarded up restaurant in Austin | Nadia Chaudhury/EATX From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on March 28, 2020 in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. Last week, I mentioned a lot of the ways restaurant owners and workers were coming together to help one another and their communities. There's o...

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2020-03-30 16:07:49



Your Coronavirus Grocery Questions, Answered   

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2020-03-30 15:23:54



Laid-Off Service Industry Pros Are Selling Nudes to Raise Cash for Their Coworkers   

The initiative, dubbed Nudes for Industry Babes and Dudes, is set to launch this week in Dallas

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2020-03-30 15:16:57



Guy Fieri Heads Coronavirus Relief Fund by an Organization That Fights Paid Sick Leave for Restaurant Workers  

The National Restaurant Association is trumpeting a $500 check program for out-of-work restaurant staff, but it has a long history of fighting pay improvements

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2020-03-30 14:33:04



Even Pigs Need to Eat During the Coronavirus Pandemic   

Las Vegas Livestock relied on scraps from Strip hotels. Now it's finding new ways to feed its 4,000 pigs.

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2020-03-30 12:31:40



Whole Foods Workers Call for 'Sick Out' on March 31  

Photo by Erin Clark for The Boston Globe via Getty Images Workers are calling on Amazon to provide workers with better benefits, as they have "put [their] lives at risk" Across the country, grocery stores have been deemed one of the few "essential" businesses allowed to remain open. Which means that essential grocery workers are at particular risk of being exposed to COVID-19. Some grocery chains have taken it upon themselves to change their paid sick leave policies, w...

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2020-03-30 12:21:05



Join Eater at Home for Wine Classes, Book Clubs, Demos, and More  

You're at home, we're at home, let's hang out We've loved hosting events in our Eater Test Kitchen in NYC — book club, wine chats, one-off dinners with our favorite chefs — and we've whipped up a way to bring them to life on screen. The best part? You don't have to be in New York to tune in. We're inviting you all to hang out with us with Eater @ Home, via Instagram Live and Zoom. To kick things off, join a cook-along to tackle a recipe from a brand-new cookb...

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2020-03-30 11:02:13



Eater at Home  

In this time of shelter-in-place and social distancing, while restaurants have switched to delivery-only or closed entirely, eating — and finding the pleasure in eating, wherever we can — has taken on a whole new urgency. Eater at Home is the source for anyone who wants to feel deeply engaged with food and dining culture, which now, more than ever, is in our homes. Of course, dining culture has never been limited to restaurant spaces and restaurant food; it's about feedi...

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2020-03-30 11:01:30



Everyone's Making Sourdough Now — Here's How to Get Started  

Stack of sourdough photo by Cavan Images/Getty; hand with magnifying glass photo by Bahrudin Yusoff/EyeEm/Getty If you want to get into making sourdough bread, you need a reliable recipe, a starter, and some basic tools. Over the past two weeks, as millions of Americans started working from home and sheltering in place to slow the spread of COVID-19 across the country, King Arthur Flour's website saw its highest traffic since the day before Thanksgiving. Bill Tine, King Arth...

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2020-03-30 11:00:00



Pantry Cooking 101  

Photo by Orlando/Stringer/Getty Everything you need to know about relying on kitchen staples to do more cooking than ever before Once your pantry is fully stocked, and you've settled in to an extended period of staying at home, it's time to get cooking. While you may not be firing off restaurant-level dishes at home every day, there are plenty of chef-driven recipes that hit at the nexus of delicious and doable. Better yet, many make use of a mix of pantry staples and a ...

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2020-03-30 11:00:00



How to Stock a Pantry  

A shopping list to make your cooking that much better With the restaurant world continuing its devastating free-fall and more cities issuing stay-at-home orders, it's a fair assumption that you will be cooking at home, potentially more than ever. If you're used to going out to restaurants, this can feel like a jarring transition at first. Professional chefs are professionals for a reason; they have an arsenal of techniques and ingredients that few home cooks — even the ...

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2020-03-30 10:40:50



World's 50 Best Restaurants Postpones 2020 List and Awards Ceremony   

An on-stage celebration during last year's World's 50 Best Restaurants awards | THEODORE LIM/AFP via Getty Images The organization plans to launch new initiatives to support the hospitality industry in light of the coronavirus pandemic There will be no World's 50 Best Restaurants list this year. Both the awards ceremony set to take place in Antwerp, Belgium on June 2 and the announcement of the ranked fine dining restaurants will be postponed until 2021. Instead, accordi...

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2020-03-30 02:43:16



If the Stimulus Package Fails Independent Restaurants, It Fails America   

David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images Simply put, the deal isn't good enough for small business owners or millions of service workers A $2 trillion stimulus package — "the largest of its kind in modern American history" — has just been signed into effect by President Donald Trump. The numbers are big. $377 billion in small business loans. $100 billion to hospitals. But as restaurant industry observers like my colleague Ryan Sutton comb through the details...

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2020-03-27 17:02:30



Florence Pugh's Home-Cooking Instagram Videos Are Here to Save You From Boredom  

Florence Pugh/Instagram The "Little Women" actor cooks meals from her LA home and answers questions from fans In times of hardship, we tend to seek comfort in life's purest pleasures: food, sleep, and British actor Florence Pugh. Like the rest of us, the star of Midsommar and Little Women is staying home to do her part to flatten the COVID-19 curve and is channeling her anxiety into cooking. Pugh has been sharing her culinary creations (and cactus surgeries) on Instagram...

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2020-03-27 16:49:06



Instacart Workers Plan Nationwide Strike to Demand COVID-19 Protections  

Workers for grocery delivery app Instacart plan to walk off the job on March 30. | Photo: Tada Images/Shutterstock Gig workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic want hazard pay, safety gear, and extended sick pay Instacart gig workers are planning a nationwide strike on Monday, March 30 over the grocery delivery service's response to the novel coronavirus outbreak, citing the company's failure to implement "proper safety precautions" as requested by worker...

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2020-03-27 16:30:46



Should I Even Be Making Wine at All Right Now?   

Willamette Valley | Photo by George Rose/Getty Images An independent winemaker considers her options in the face of the coronavirus pandemic Brianne Day is an American winemaker working in the Willamette Valley, just south of Portland, Oregon. There, she owns and operates Day Wines, an eclectic indie label of lauded wines sourced from throughout the state of Oregon, as well as Day Camp Winery, a tasting room and winemaking facility home annually to around 10 other independent

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2020-03-27 16:29:17



Facebook Had Enough Food to Feed 20K People. Its Staffers Donated It All to Charity   

After the social media company's campuses closed due to coronavirus, employees raided its fancy cafeterias and gave the stockpile of food to charities and local organizations  

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2020-03-27 16:11:39



NYC's First Week of Dining Under Shutdown, In Photos   

After the ban on dining in went into place, NYC's restaurants and bars are looking at new ways to adapt to the changing landscape

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2020-03-27 15:20:47



Fuck It, Let Them Eat Cake  

Getty Images/Jonathan Knowles As we collectively lose sense of time, holiday recipes — and birthday cakes when there are no birthdays — are the salve we need Last weekend, my kids requested cake. A two-tiered chocolate cake, specifically, with vanilla icing and rainbow sprinkles — otherwise known in our house as "the Birthday Cake." Everyone in my family gets a version of this cake on their birthday, that we slice and serve with candles one night and then continue to...

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2020-03-27 14:49:44



Are Worker-Owned Restaurants Better Equipped to Weather the COVID-19 Crisis?   

Bay Area worker collectives discuss the pros and cons of not having a boss to answer to during the coronavirus shutdown

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2020-03-27 12:04:39



Now Is a Time of Boom and Bust for the Liquor Industry  

Photo by: Jeffrey Greenberg/Universal Images Group via Getty Images While grocery and liquor store sales are up during the pandemic, small breweries are on much shakier footing The dining room at chef Albert Di Meglio's Brooklyn restaurant Barano might be empty, but business at Spirit Animal, his natural wine store next door, has never been better. "People have been buying cases," says Di Meglio, who's careful to let in just a few customers at a time to ensure social...

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2020-03-27 11:01:48



Closing Time  

Mei Lin boxes up a short rib to go | Wonho Frank Lee / Eater LA Mei Lin made the difficult decision to close her LA restaurant Nightshade due to coronavirus. That was just step one. In early January, Mei Lin, the chef and owner of Nightshade, a modern American restaurant in Los Angeles's fashionable Arts District, read about a new virus spreading rapidly through China. "This is something so serious, it's super contagious, and I knew it was going to affect the industry...

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2020-03-27 08:58:47



Yelp, GoFundMe Make COVID-19 Fundraisers for Restaurants Without Their Permission  

An automatically generated GoFundMe for the restaurant St. Clair Supper Club, linked to on Yelp | Yelp Blindsiding businesses that were already in a tough position Andy McMillan didn't expect to see a call for donations splashed across the Yelp page for his fledgling Portland business, Suckerpunch, a just-barely-opened bar serving nonalcoholic cocktails that temporarily closed amid the COVID-19 outbreak. McMillan hadn't started any fundraisers — but Yelp and GoFundMe had...

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2020-03-26 19:20:05



Trump Says Restaurants Will Make a Comeback, Just Maybe With New Owners  

Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images The president's response to projections that 11 percent of restaurants could go out of business in the next month due to COVID-19 was less than reassuring to current restaurant owners During a White House press conference on Thursday afternoon, President Donald Trump addressed the grim projections by the National Restaurant Association that, in addition to the 3 percent of restaurants already shuttered, 11 percent of restaurants nationwide...

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2020-03-26 16:16:24



Everything to Know About How the $2 Trillion Stimulus Helps (and Fails) Restaurants   

Hospitality workers will earn their full salary while out of work, but loans to restaurants carry tight strings

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2020-03-26 16:11:06



With Their Restaurants Closed, Chefs Turn to Instagram Live to Inspire Home Cooks  

Miami chef Brad Kilgore in a series of cooking videos he published to TikTok How social media offers valuable information and a sense of community as folks stay at home To say that the COVID-19 pandemic has been a wake-up call for many is an understatement. It has exposed a number of flaws throughout society, but perhaps among the most fundamental is the lack of knowledge we have as a whole of how to, in some cases, do just about anything in the kitchen. Though a portion of th

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2020-03-26 15:47:34



LA's Sugarfish Vows to Retain All 600 Workers for the Duration of the Pandemic   

One of LA's most popular sushi restaurants is keeping everyone on payroll throughout the coronavirus crisis

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2020-03-26 15:20:30



Montreal's Most Iconic 24-Hour Bagel Shop Cuts Hours for the First Time Due to Pandemic  

St-Viateur Bagel hasn't reduced its hours since the 1970s

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2020-03-26 13:53:57



Eleven Madison Park Auctions Off $50K Dinners to Raise Money for Staffers   



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2020-03-26 13:36:56



Vivian Howard Premieres New PBS Show Focusing on the South   

Since you can't travel, you might as well do it vicariously through Howard

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2020-03-26 12:53:51



Chocolate, To-Go Cocktails, and Soothing Scents to Get You Through  

Exquisito Chocolates' 73% Oko Caribe Dominican Republic Dark Chocolate Bar | Exquisito Chocolates Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on March 25, 2020, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. At-home HIIT classes, bread making, drinking wine with friends over Zoom — everyone seems to have their own way to respond to the novel coronavi...

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2020-03-26 10:41:45



In 'Wine Girl,' a Sommelier Recounts Misogyny and Abuse in the Fine-Dining World  

Wine Girl follows Victoria James as she becomes the youngest sommelier in the country. | olgakimphoto/Shutterstock Victoria James's new memoir traces her rise in a toxic restaurant industry Victoria James knows Wine Girl won't be an easy read for everyone, but that's partly why she wrote it. "I was telling my publisher, 'I feel like this should come with a trigger warning on it,'" she says. "It's not easy for a lot of women and I get that. But it's stuff we...

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2020-03-26 09:12:00



Farm Workers Are in the Coronavirus Crosshairs   

Hector Mata/AFP via Getty Images Farm workers work, live, and travel in crowded conditions, and are being allowed few if any safety measures against COVID-19 — which puts them and the food system at risk This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. Late last week, Yazmin Alvarado set out for the strawberry fields near Oxnard, California anxious and afraid of catching the novel coronavirus. Part of a crew of more than 100, she knew she was at high risk. Members of her ...

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2020-03-26 08:19:15



The Cheesecake Factory Tells Landlords Across the Country It Won't Be Able to Pay Rent on April 1  

The chain restaurant says closed dining rooms and "extraordinary events" are the reason for not paying rents

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2020-03-25 16:55:09



So Everyone's Googling 'Bread' Now  

Jae Hassold/Shutterstock Coronavirus isolating has led to a bread-baking boom Bread — maybe you've heard of it? The combination of water, flour, yeast, and salt, staple of many Western diets for thousands of years? Social media flex of tech bros and tech bros only? But maybe you haven't. In the alarming word slurry of Google Trends during a pandemic ("vaccine" and "unemployment" are doing great!), the number of people searching "bread" hit an all-time high th...

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2020-03-25 16:50:01



Struggles Over Accrued Sick Days Arise at Philly's Most Popular Restaurant Groups  

In the wake of COVID-19 closures, workers at Starr Restaurants and CookNSolo claim they're owed money for accrued sick leave

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2020-03-25 16:20:21



Floyd Cardoz's Genre-Crossing Talents Built a Better Dining Scene   

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2020-03-25 14:35:47



Even Waffle House Is Closing Locations Because of Coronavirus  

The beloved diner chain has nearly 2,000 restaurants across the U.S. | Photo: Jonathan Weiss/Shutterstock The Southern diner chain so rarely closes its doors that the federal government uses it as a disaster-relief barometer In response to the novel coronavirus crisis, Waffle House has closed 418 restaurants across the U.S., the chain announced across its social media channels on March 25. #WaffleHouseIndexRed: 418 Waffle House restaurants closed. 1,574 open.Call your lo

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2020-03-25 14:17:34



The Pok Pok Empire Closes Indefinitely As a Result of Coronavirus Crisis  

Owner Andy Ricker cites the death of acclaimed NY chef Floyd Carloz, reportedly of COVID-19, to explain the sudden closure

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2020-03-25 14:10:34



Airlines Cut Back Food Options Drastically in Response to COVID-19  

Anton Novoderezhkin/TASS New restrictions on in-flight meal and drink service go into effect today. Yes, that means no booze. If you can avoid it at all, don't fly. Cancel your tickets (you can! It's fine!), unpack your suitcase, and stay home for a bit in an effort to "flatten the curve" and curb the spread of COVID-19. But in case you still need to take that trip, know this: America's airlines are also adjusting to new realities, and a number of major domestic airl...

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2020-03-25 13:57:11



For One American Island Destination, Coronavirus Feels Worse Than a Hurricane  

Cities like Rodanthe, North Carolina are used to being cut off from the mainland due to hurricanes. This is different | AFP via Getty Images No one knows how long COVID-19 will keep the sleepy Outer Banks cut off from the mainland On North Carolina's Outer Banks, closing the bridges is nothing new. The same thing happens every year during hurricane season when severe weather forces evacuations and shops and restaurants to literally shutter. This time, however, no one knows...

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2020-03-25 11:35:23



I'm a Restaurateur and Coronavirus Forced Me to Rethink My Business Plan  

Increasing takeout is just one of the changes Martha Hoover has had to consider in light of the new coronavirus. | Darryl Brooks/Shutterstock Indiana restaurateur Martha Hoover, who oversees 12 restaurants and more than 400 employees, on making decisions in a constantly changing environment Since COVID-19 reached the United States, restaurateurs have been forced to decide for themselves how to keep their businesses afloat amid changing mandates. In some places, restaurants ar

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2020-03-25 11:19:44



'My Heart Is Just Broken': Culinary World Reacts to Death of Floyd Cardoz   

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2020-03-25 10:46:41



Groundbreaking Chef Floyd Cardoz Dies at 59  

The Mumbai-born chef, who changed New York's dining scene with Tabla, reportedly died of COVID-19

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2020-03-24 16:08:16



Until the Government Orders a Rent Freeze, Here's How Restaurant Owners Should Talk to Landlords About COVID-19  

Photo: Shutterstock Lawyer Jasmine Moy breaks down how to approach landlords — and why you need an attorney right now With restaurants facing mandated dining room closures and decreased sales in the wake of COVID-19, many operators are struggling to make this month's rent. To find out what options are available to them, Eater turned to go-to restaurant lawyer Jasmine Moy to learn more. "I know it's easier said than done, but if you can, try to relax and understand tha...

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2020-03-24 15:54:34



When Tech Cafeterias Close, Its Employees Get Weird  



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2020-03-24 13:44:56



The Coronavirus Pandemic Has Made Tackling Food Insecurity in the Bay Area Far More Difficult  

Food banks, schools, and restaurateurs find themselves fighting hunger on the frontlines

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2020-03-24 13:08:43



Restaurant Suppliers Are Opening Up to the Public to Keep Their Businesses Alive  

Photo by Isabel Infantes/AFP via Getty Images Foragers, farmers, and fishers across the U.S. are offering delivery and pickup to the general public "Probably until the recent past, and I do mean the recent past," Jason Roland says with a laugh, "about 70 percent of our sales were to restaurants." He and his wife run Organically Roland, a two-acre farm in South Carolina where they grow produce like sunchokes, broccoli, sweet potatoes, and collard greens. On March 18, th...

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2020-03-24 12:01:02



Coronavirus Is Closing Down Huge Chains. What Happens to the Workers?   

Nando's, McDonald's, Costa, and Pret a Manger are all closing in response to novel coronavirus

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2020-03-24 11:34:07



Restaurant Workers on How Their Lives Have Been Changed by the Coronavirus  

Many servers, baristas, and bartenders have already been laid off. Now they're looking to the government for help.

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2020-03-24 11:07:54



In China, a Glimpse at the Future of Restaurants  

Diners begin to eat out again in Beijing, as China recorded its first day with no new domestic cases of the coronavirus last week | Kevin Frayer / Stringer / Getty Images As life returns to normal in Beijing, quarantines, temperature checks, and social distancing remain the norm at restaurants  Please, allow me to be the first to tell you that there is, in fact, life after the novel coronavirus. In Beijing, after almost two months of fear, quarantines, and emerg

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2020-03-24 11:02:58



By the Numbers: COVID-19's Devastating Effect on the Restaurant Industry  

Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images As the novel coronavirus has spread across the world, collateral damage has been far and wide, with the restaurant industry sustaining one of the heaviest blows. While on-the-ground reporting is revealing that impact one story at a time, reservation apps, point-of-sale systems, and other tech platforms have effectively captured an enormous snapshot of the tectonic disruption in their databases — painting a quantifiable picture of just ho...

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2020-03-24 08:57:25



Asia's 50 Best Restaurants Announces 2020 Winners With a Virtual Event  

Odette is No. 1 on the list of Asia's Best Restaurants | Odette [official] According to World's 50 Best, the restaurant community in Asia requested that the rankings go on "to shine some positive light into the darkness" Today, the restaurant ranking group behind the World's 50 Best Restaurants list released its annual list of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants. For the second year running, Singapore restaurant Odette took the No. 1 spot during a virtual announcement tha...

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2020-03-23 18:19:32



An Industry in Crisis Mobilizes to Help  

A food truck in New York | Gary He/Eater From the Editor: Some uplifting stories from the past week This post originally appeared on March 21, 2020 in Amanda Kludt's newsletter "From the Editor," a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now. A week and a half ago, a restaurateur told one of our editors here that this was going to be worse than 9/11 for the industry. We thought hewas fearmongering. Turns ...

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2020-03-23 17:48:39



FDA Suspends Routine Food Inspections Amid Coronavirus Pandemic  

The FDA regulates most of the U.S. food supply, including dairy, seafood, produce, processed and packaged foods, bottled water, and shelled eggs. | Photo: zlikovec/Shutterstock About 77 percent of the U.S. food supply is regulated by the FDA In light of the COVID-19 pandemic and efforts to "flatten the curve," the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is halting all routine surveillance inspections of facilities that manufacture food and other FDA-regulated products, the fede...

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2020-03-23 17:14:09



Restaurant Promises 'Special Place in Hell' for People Who Write Yelp Reviews During the Coronavirus Crisis   

The San Francisco company withdrew its earnings outlook as the restaurant industry ground to a halt

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2020-03-23 12:31:36



Loss of Taste and Smell Could Be Signs of COVID-19 in Otherwise Asymptomatic People  

JadrankaGojic7/Shutterstock Emerging data show that 30 percent of 2,000 patients who tested positive for novel coronavirus in South Korea experienced anosmia You don't have a fever or a sore throat, nor are you experiencing fatigue, a dry cough or digestive issues. You feel generally healthy, but mysteriously you've lost your sense of smell or taste. Known as anosmia, this loss of the senses is emerging as a symptom in the otherwise asymptomatic carriers of COVID-19, the n...

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2020-03-23 12:01:42



Quebec Dining Rooms and Bars Ordered Closed Until at Least May  

Snack N' Blues, Montreal | Randall Brodeur Restaurants can still do deliveries and take-out

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2020-03-20 20:20:22



There's No Good Way for a Restaurant Group to Lay 1,127 People Off at Once   

San Francisco's most prominent restaurant group struggles to contend with the coronavirus crisis

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2020-03-20 19:40:51



Starbucks Goes Drive-Thru Only in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic  

Photo credit should read FREDERIC J. BROWN/AFP via Getty Images America's third place is no longer an option Virtually every Starbucks location in America is transitioning to drive-thru-only to help curb the spread of the novel coronavirus. In a press release sent on March 20, Starbucks announced that the policy would be put in place for at least two weeks and will supersede the chain's original COVID-19 response, of making its cafes to-go only. Many locations went so far...

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2020-03-20 18:31:25



How Food Scenes Around the World Are Coping Amid Coronavirus  

A woman walks past closed restaurants including Le Consulat in the Montmartre area in Paris | STEFANO RELLANDINI / AFP via Getty Images Dispatches on the global state of eating from writers on the ground As restaurants in the US struggle to survive amid the myriad of tight restrictions put in place in the wake of COVID-19, one thing to remember is this: America is not alone. Around the world, cities and their food systems are being affected by the spread of Coronavirus in a

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2020-03-20 17:32:33






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