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David Chang Will Open Up About Depression in New Memoir  

Netlix "Eat a Peach" will see the Momofuku founder getting "uncomfortably real" After Anthony Bourdain's death, chef David Chang spoke openly about his own struggles with depression on his podcast, The Dave Chang Show. "I believe that depression affects Koreans a lot. It's something that, in the past, particularly in an Asian household, the idea that you could get help for this was insane," he said. He spoke about seeking therapy, and the financial difficulty o...

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2019-11-13 14:36:41



What Goes Into the Meatless Burger at Impossible Foods  

Cult Following goes deep on the popular plant-based patty It seems like 2019 was the year that plant-based food finally took off. Whether it was health fanatics, climate activists, vegans, or just people being more open to the idea of it; it's hard to go to a restaurant these days without either seeing plant-based meat or hearing someone talk about it. The kicker is that the movement came in the shape of something that everyone is already used to: a burger. In October of th...

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2019-11-13 11:37:41



Michelin Announces 2020 Stars for Thailand  

Bangkok restaurant Sorn has two stars for the first time in the 2020 Michelin guide to Thailand. | Sorn/Facebook Two restaurants were upgraded to two stars in the guide to Bangkok, Phuket, Phang-nga, and Chiang Mai This week, Michelin launched its third guide to Thailand, covering Bangkok, Phuket, Phang-Ng, and for the first time, Chiang Mai. There are just 29 starred restaurants in the guide, up from 27 last year. But while the French tire company has once again refrained fro

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2019-11-13 11:17:00



The Teat Hath Run Dry: America's Largest Dairy Producer Declares Bankruptcy  

Dean Foods is behind more than 50 brands, including DairyPure, Country Fresh, Organic Valley, and TruMoo. | Photo: Sundry Photography / Shutterstock Plus, Carl's Jr. pivots from "sexy" to food-focused ads, and more news to start your day America's largest milk producer goes bankrupt Dean Foods, America's largest milk producer, has filed for bankruptcy. The 94-year-old company — known for brands including Country Fresh, TruMoo, Land O'Lakes, and DairyPure ...

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2019-11-13 10:43:00



How I Got My Job: Running a Food-Focused Radio Station  

Heritage Radio's executive director Caity Moseman Wadler went from biotech startup to nonprofit radio In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Caity Moseman Wadler. If you've ever tuned in to one of the dozens of shows on the Heritage Radio Network — the nonprofit radio station covering everything about food and drink from policy to hospitality — then y...

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2019-11-13 10:21:08



How to Give a Restaurant Meal as a Gift  

Artem Tryhub/Shutterstock Picking up the tab for a friend or loved one requires some extra strategy The world of dining and drinking is an obstacle course wrapped in a labyrinth wrapped in a logic puzzle — it's full of pitfalls, gray areas, and bewildering questions that really shouldn't even be questions (How do I find the bathroom?) and yet, somehow, are. Fortunately, your friends at Eater are here to help: Life Coach is a series of simple guides to the arcane ritual...

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2019-11-12 19:10:07



Former Employee Files Sexual Harassment Class Action Lawsuit Against McDonald's  

Shutterstock.com The plaintiff's case is one of several Times Up Legal Defense Fund-backed legal actions against McDonald's On Tuesday, McDonald's was hit with a sexual harassment class action lawsuit, the latest in a string of legal action workers have lobbed against the company in their quest to force it to address what they say is a "systemic problem" of abuse in its stores. The named plaintiff in the new suit, Jenna Ries, says she endured multiple instances of ...

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2019-11-12 15:10:29



Where to Eat Around Chip and Joanna Gaines's Magnolia Market in Waco  

Magnolia Market Restaurants in this once-sleepy city are booming thanks to a legion of "Fixer Upper" fans

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2019-11-12 13:08:26



The Definitive Word on Stemless Wine Glasses  

Do sommeliers frown on drinking from stemless glasses? | Robyn Mackenzie/Shutterstock Sommeliers on the pros and cons of wine glasses sans stems Stemless glasses seem to be everywhere — they're filled with water and wine at restaurants and covered with booze-centric sayings in Etsy shops. The stemless glass provides a kind of immediacy and ease: You can have your wine, this instant, with less fear of breaking or tipping over a delicate, stemmed glass. According to Tanya ...

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2019-11-12 11:22:53



You Might Have to Snuff Out Your Gas Stove to Fight Climate Change  

Restaurants and professional chefs, in addition to dedicated home cooks, have traditionally favored gas ranges over electric. | Photo: dotshock / Shutterstock Plus, McDonald's unveils a snickerdoodle McFlurry, and more news to start your day More cities are doing away with gas stoves in favor of electric Getting rid of plastic straws for the sake of the environment was just one step. Now, climate-conscious states like California are taking aim at gas stoves, with 13 ci...

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2019-11-12 10:30:00



Eater's Ultimate Guide to Thanksgiving  

How to cook, host, eat, or skip the problematic fave of America's food holidays Thanksgiving is the Super Bowl of food holidays. There's turkey to make — or, you know, skip. There are sides to wrangle. There's the great canned or homemade cranberry sauce debate. There's all the pie. If you're hosting Thanksgiving this year, consider this your one-stop shop. We've gathered favorite recipes, tried-and-true tools, decorating and space-saving tips, plus plenty of new ...

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2019-11-12 09:32:00



Why Are Americans Afraid of Eating Raw Milk Cheese?  

In "Ending the War on Artisan Cheese," expert Catherine Donnelly talks about why we're skeptical, and how the government encourages our skepticism In the 1850s, several New York dairies were caught in what reporters dubbed the "swill milk" scandal. Dairy cows were being fed grain distillation remnants and kept in awful conditions; their milk was off-color and diseased, but producers would mix it with chalk and flour and sell it as pure. The practice led to the deaths of...

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2019-11-11 15:50:25



Looking Back on a Week of Intense Stories  

Pete Buttigieg on the campaign trail | Gary He From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on November 9, 2019, 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. It's been a busier than usual week and there are a lot of links to get to, so I'm going to jump right into it. But I will note Pete Wells' tweets s...

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2019-11-11 15:12:56



Is America Ready for a Trader Vic's Comeback?  

As the original tiki chain celebrates 85 years of Scorpion Bowls and island vibes, it's planning a comeback in the U.S. Is there still a place for it? The thatched roof of Trader Vic's in Emeryville, California, is visible from the parking lot, boats bobbing in the marina around it. There's classic tiki flair everywhere: the swaths of bamboo and wooden carvings of unnamed gods and totems, the pu-pu platters, the Hawaiian music playing overhead, and, of course, the Samoan Fo...

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2019-11-11 13:36:38



Who Are Meal Replacements Like Soylent for? Me, for One.  

Huel — a competitor to Soylent — is my breakfast and lunch; this is what I get out of it

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2019-11-11 11:39:48



Crackdowns on Food on Public Transit Ignite Bicoastal Outrage Over Selective Policing  

Photo by Erik McGregor/LightRocket via Getty Images Plus, Subway tries to wrangle its franchisees, and more news to start your day The aggressive policing of food on public transit comes to a head with two viral incidents Recordings of two separate crackdowns on food on public transit — one in New York, one in the Bay Area — have gone viral, raising questions of selective enforcement of the law, what the police choose to spend resources on, and the policing of food and ...

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2019-11-11 10:30:00



Eater Is Now on Roku  

Download the Eater channel on Roku and start watching today Eater's original shows can now be streamed right to your TV. Starting today, find the Eater channel on Roku and watch hundreds of episodes — all for free — from your favorite Eater series, including Dining on a Dime, Prime Time, and The Kitchen Gadget Test Show. To watch, visit Eater in the Roku Channel Store by clicking on this direct link or heading to Roku's Channel Store and searching for "Eater." Click ...

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2019-11-08 12:25:00



How I Got My Job: Pastry Chef and Women's March Co-Founder Breanne Delgado  

Breanne Delgado's career path took her from culinary school to Michelin-starred kitchens to Facebook to the Women's March Breanne Delgado didn't set out to be a chef or an activist — let alone one of the founders of the Women's March, the historic protest held to counter Donald Trump's presidential inauguration. In fact, she got her start in pastry by accidentally enrolling in culinary school at the age of 17. Since then, Delgado's career has spanned from Michelin-...

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2019-11-08 11:19:16



Gird the Tent: The Derry Girls Are Coming to 'The Great British Bake Off'  

The Great British Bake Off meets Derry Girls. | Photo courtesy of Netflix Plus, Coca-Cola's first new brand in a decade is sparkling water, and more news to start your day The most ambitious crossover event in history Two of the most charming shows out there are coming together for a crossover episode that's bound to have both beautiful bakes and bountiful slang from across the United Kingdom. In a New Year's special called the Great Festive Bake Off, the cast of Derry...

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2019-11-08 10:55:10



A New Wave  

Gabriela Camara and Jessica Koslow each have restaurants that ended up defining a city. Can their first partnership, Onda, do the same? On a bright August beach day in Santa Monica, California, chefs Gabriela Camara and Jessica Koslow hunkered in a windowless basement kitchen reached through an underground parking garage, dissecting dishes one after another. A fried quesadilla with sorrel and requesón cheese was deemed pleasingly Sqirlish, reminiscent of the sorrel pesto ric...

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2019-11-07 15:47:30



The Pete Buttigieg Campaign Trail Diet  

36 hours of IPAs, Dairy Queen, and pad thai on the road to the 2020 election The 2020 presidential election is still a year away. For whichever candidates go all the way, that's more than a thousand meals, mostly eaten on the road while glad-handing and selfie-taking with voters around the country. From downing corn dogs for the cameras to eating the lumberjack special at a famed local diner, each public meal is an opportunity to connect with voters under the (ludicrous) pret...

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2019-11-07 14:45:00



Does Staging Even Matter Anymore?  

For generations, the unpaid kitchen internship was a prerequisite for fine dining success. Then came a backlash to the practice of working for free. Where does the stage stand now? When she was in her early 20s, Laura Ozyilmaz scored a one-year stage at Mugaritz at the height of its influence. She put her education at the Culinary Institute of America on hold, flew to Spain, moved into a house with 30 other stagiaires, and worked for free six days a week. Screaming in the kitch

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2019-11-07 12:22:13



The Cookie Sculptor  

Mattea LinAe To Julia Usher, a cookie is more than an edible object: It's a blank canvas for stunning, three-dimensional sculptures Since learning that three-dimensional cookies are "a thing," and that their "thing-ness" isn't a novelty, but rather an art form practiced by experts, I've seen the following inanimate objects "cookie-d" into 3-D models: Faberge eggs and picture frames, baby rattles and jewelry boxes, cocktail glasses and tea sets (complete with...

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2019-11-07 11:29:35



The Real Problem With Paula Deen   

Why was Paula Deen allowed to be the authority on Southern cooking for over a decade? "This is a book about black aesthetics without black people," Lauren Michele Jackson writes in the introduction to White Negroes: When Cornrows Were in Vogue… And Other Thoughts on Cultural Appropriation, out November 12. As Jackson illustrates in nine essays, the phenomenon touches all facets of American popular culture: "The Pop Star" considers how Christina Aguilera adopted blac...

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2019-11-07 11:11:24



Believe It or Not, Bud Light's New Bubbly Water Isn't Just Bud Light  

Bud Light Seltzer will make its debut in early 2020, according to the brand. | Photo courtesy of Bud Light Plus, a big chicken recall, and more news to start your day Anheuser-Busch sinks claws further into spiked seltzer with a new Bud Light seltz On the heels of Four Loko's debut of a 12-percent ABV hard seltzer, Bud Light has announced its own version of the alcoholic beverage, thus ensuring that spiked seltzer summer will live on long after temperatures drop and the day...

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2019-11-07 10:33:38



Michelin Announces 2020 Stars for Italy  

Enrico Bartolini is Italy's newest three-star restaurant. | Enrico Bartolini [Official] There's one new three-star restaurant, and Massimo Bottura gets his fourth Michelin star This week, French tire company Michelin announced the starred restaurant selections for its 65th guide to Italy. With 374 Michelin-starred restaurants, the guide to Italy is the second most starred in the world, according to Michelin. The list of 33 new starred restaurants includes 30 with one star,...

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2019-11-07 10:00:00



At the Hot Bread Kitchen Conference, Ideas for a Better Restaurant World  

The audience at Kitchen Conference. | Wini Lao Photography 13 inspiring quotes on leadership, allyship, and the changes the food and restaurant industry needs "Let's get real," Hot Bread Kitchen CEO Shaolee Sen told a room of people who had gathered to hear her welcome address for the organization's first-ever Kitchen Conference. "You can't just climb to the top because you want to or you work really hard." The Hot Bread Kitchen Conference took place in Brooklyn...

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2019-11-06 16:50:00



Don't Go to Thanksgiving Empty-Handed  

Easy, impressive gifts to bring the next time you're invited to any holiday meal If you've never been in charge of Thanksgiving, imagine this: Take the most epic dinner party you've ever hosted and multiply the dishes, wine glasses, and chaos several fold. This is what it's like. And hosts who take on this holiday, deserve not only our admiration, they deserve ace guests — the kind who help wash the dishes and would never show up with a bottle of wine leftover from thei...

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2019-11-06 12:53:36



Yoya Takahashi's LA Omakase Celebrates Kyoto's Amadai Fish  

His menu focuses on this favorite fish from the chef's home region of Kansai Chef Yoya Takahashi sought to follow his grandfather Akio Kobori's lead and become an actor when he moved to Los Angeles in 2000. "I thought I could do it," says Takahashi, who — largely because of a language barrier — pivoted from acting. Takahashi worked under a couple chefs to eventually become a local sushi master. "Now, I stand on this sushi stage and get to have fun with my customer...

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2019-11-06 12:42:00



Trader Joe's Has Its Own Incredibly Devoted Instagram Influencers  

There are now about a dozen Instagram accounts — some of which are making real money — devoted to the grocery store's latest products

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2019-11-06 11:02:30



Is Four Loko Hard Seltzer the End of Hard Seltzer?  

Four Loko Plus, Anthony Bourdain's personal items earned a lot at auction, and more news to start your day You might brown out just reading this... Over the summer, Four Loko teased the release of its own version of hard seltzer, which thanks to White Claw, had quickly become the drink of the summer, if not the entirety of 2019. But it is now November, past the autumnal equinox, when bars are adding spiked toddies to the menu and everyone is breaking out their SAD lamps. As...

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2019-11-06 10:47:18



The Great Bay Area Culinary Brain Drain  

Have sky-high rents, nightmare commutes, and historically low wages turned the Bay Area from a culinary mecca to a no-man's land for young cooks? When Kimberly Miramontes was 18, she moved to San Francisco to pursue her dream of being a restaurant chef. After enrolling in the culinary program at City College of San Francisco, she got a job on the line at Roy's, an upscale, Hawaiian fusion restaurant in the city's SOMA district. Though she enjoyed cooking, the kitchen's en...

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2019-11-05 11:51:44



Man Stabbed to Death After Fight Breaks Out in Line for the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich  

Photo: Jenny G. Zhang/Eater Plus, Four Loko is finally releasing its hard seltzer, and more news to start your day Two men got in an altercation while on line for the sandwich A 28-year-old man was stabbed outside a Popeyes in Oxon Hill, Maryland on Monday, when a fight broke out over someone cutting the line to order the fast food chain's popular fried chicken sandwich. The assailant fled the scene before police arrived to find the victim with multiple stab wounds. He was ...

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2019-11-05 09:12:00



Never Order Coffee at Brunch  

Shutterstock The real problem with brunch is that the coffee is almost always bad This post originally appeared in the November 4, 2019 edition of The Move, a place for Eater's editors to reveal their recommendations and pro dining tips — sometimes thoughtful, sometimes weird, but always someone's go-to move. Subscribe now. Brunch gets a bad rap for a variety of reasons: long waits, bottomless mimosas, hungover patrons, phoned-in menus, and the fact that it's a noto...

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2019-11-04 16:44:59



Seeking a Better Life for Animals, Some Halal Meat Producers Are Rethinking Their Model  

A man's hands work to prepare fresh halal meat using a large carving knife. | Zai Di/Shutterstock Critics argue that the higher prices of grass-fed meat "challenge Islam's core egalitarian spirit" This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. On a tidy two-lane road outside Columbus, Ohio, a hand-painted sign in red and white script hangs on the edge of a corn field. It reads "Bismi Allah Farms," derived from the Arabic phrase "bismillah," meaning "in the na...

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2019-11-04 14:31:36



The Purest Thing in This World Is Inuman, the Pork Bun Dog  

Mondo Mascots Look at his lil face!! If you are not already following Mondo Mascots, you should be. The site, run by Chris Carlier, looks into the deep world of Japanese mascots, of which there appear to be nearly infinite options. As Eater has pointed out before, there's Peanuts-kun, the YouTuber with a peanut for a head. There's Shugar, the polar bear sugar cube, who represents the website Shuf-Chef. But please, take a moment out of your day to consider Inuman, the half ...

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2019-11-04 11:11:18



Momentarily Feel Something Like Childhood Joy With the Return of McDonald's Classic Happy Meal Toys  

McDonald's Plus, there's a massive salmonella outbreak in ground beef, and more news to start your day The fast-food chain is hoping nostalgia can drive some sales With all the changes made to the Happy Meal in recent years, the childhood treat is nearly unrecognizable to Gen Xers and Millennials. Where is the mandatory soda? Where is the toy that is surely a choking hazard? So now, in an attempt to lure back the kind of grown person who casually uses the phrase "adulti...

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2019-11-01 11:30:00



How I Got My Job: Running Noma's Fermentation Lab  

How David Zilber found his niche in the culinary world In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: David Zilber. Young cooks — or, really, young people in any field — have much to learn from David Zilber's career. As head of the Fermentation Lab at Noma, Zilber is in charge of experimenting with and creating the unique ingredients like pea miso or rose kombu...

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2019-11-01 10:53:16



Before Food Took Over Reality TV, There Was NBC's 'The Restaurant'  

Almost 20 years after "The Restaurant" made Rocco DiSpirito the world's first reality-TV chef, his roller coaster career is still an object of fascination At the turn of the century, the television executives of America made a discovery: People would do literally anything to be on television, and they would do it for free. Where with actors there were considerations like union rules and human rights, ordinary people were only too happy to be marooned on a desert island, l...

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2019-11-01 10:43:04



Chick-fil-A Excitedly Emails About National Sandwich Day, Then Remembers It's on a Sunday  

Jenny Zhang/E Plus, how calorie counts on menus affect fast-food orders, and more news to start your day The company had to walk back an email about the fake holiday "National [X] Day" holidays are typically invented for marketing, which is what fast food chain Chick-fil-A was relying on when it sent an email to customers about National Sandwich Day on November 3. There's just one problem—November 3 is a Sunday, a day on which Chick-fil-A is famously closed. "We rec...

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2019-11-01 09:15:00



The Hospital on a Mission to Bring Home-Cooked Meals to Its Patients  

A more stereotypically drab hospital meal | Robert Sietsema Eater's Digest talks to the executive chef at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital Hospital food has long been the worst of captive audience cuisines. Outpacing even airplane food in its terribleness, a tray full of JELL-O cups and reconstituted chicken broth plopped in front of a patient is an insult added to literal injury. It didn't use to be this way. Preparing nourishing food for the sick was once a domes...

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2019-10-31 14:34:56



I Took Real Chefs to a 'Kitchen Nightmare' Escape Room  

Esscape Room promise to trap players in a restaurant kitchen nightmare. | Photo courtesy of Esscape Room Complete with grimy pans, bloodstains, and the ambient buzz of chainsaws On a dark and rainy night two days before Halloween, I entered a small, square waiting room in the basement of a nondescript commercial building in Long Island City, Queens, alongside three professional chefs. We were stripped of our phones and personal belongings. The door was locked behind us, leavin

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2019-10-31 14:20:28



All I Want Is to Re-Enact the Midnight Margaritas Scene From 'Practical Magic'  

Screenshot/Village Roadshow Pictures and Warner Bros. Malevolent male spirit not required Welcome to The Reheat, a space for Eater writers to explore landmark (and lukewarm) culinary moments of the recent and not-so-recent past. I want to be a part of a witches coven, but only if we get to eat chocolate cake for breakfast and dance around the kitchen drinking margaritas at midnight like the Owens women do in Practical Magic. (Dying husband curse, I could take or leave.) Whi

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2019-10-31 12:41:00



These Beautiful Cups Are Only Upstaged by the Restaurant That Uses Them  

Glassware from Dinosaur Designs, served at Attica in Melbourne | Dinosaur Designs [official site] Attica's resin cups are worth every Australian dollar There are a lot of things competing for a diner's attention at Attica, Melbourne's experimental, incredible, and hard-to-get-into restaurant that has found its way onto such rankings as the World's 50 Best Restaurants list. Ants served with their honey sac. Kangaroo tartare and crocodile ribs. A veggie burger served und...

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2019-10-31 10:54:46



Emilia Clarke Says 'Game of Thrones' Coffee Cup Was Varys's Fault  

Game of Thrones Plus, MillerCoors is changing its name and slashing jobs, and more news to start your day Of course the Master of Whisperers wouldn't immediately tell on himself. As Game of Thrones came to its end, there were a lot of problems, and among the most visible were the multiple instances of modern drinking paraphernalia that kept making it into shots. The first was a paper coffee cup that could be clearly seen in front of actress Emilia Clarke, who played Daenery...

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2019-10-31 10:00:00



Life After the Line-Cook Boys' Club  

How does the next generation of line cooks see the future of restaurant kitchens? Consider April Bloomfield. In December 2017, a the New York Times report detailed a culture of sexual misconduct at the Spotted Pig, the Michelin-starred gastropub in New York City where the chef became a star, and the Breslin, which further cemented her place in the city's dining ecosystem. Her business partner, the restaurateur Ken Friedman, was accused of sexual harassment, and some employees...

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2019-10-31 09:30:00



How to Host a Large Dinner Party the Way a Chef Would  

Eater Young Gun Maya Lovelace ('16) reveals her strategies for cooking for large groups Maya Lovelace is queen of the pop-up. For the past four years, she's been running Mae, a deeply personal, deeply delicious prix-fixe dinner event that reflects both her Southern Appalachian roots and Mae's Portland setting. Named for Lovelace's grandmother, Mae won a fan base with dishes like buttermilk-brined fried chicken and roasted zucchini with tomato cornmeal gravy — and earned...

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2019-10-31 09:12:00



What to Wear to a Restaurant for Any Occasion  

Everett Collection/Shutterstock Take the stress out of figuring out how to dress, so you can focus on important things — like what to order The world of dining and drinking is an obstacle course wrapped in a labyrinth wrapped in a logic puzzle — it's full of pitfalls, gray areas, and bewildering questions that really shouldn't even be questions (How do I find the bathroom?) and yet, somehow, are. Fortunately, your friends at Eater are here to help: Life Coach is a se...

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2019-10-30 17:38:40



NYC City Council Has Officially Voted to Ban Foie Gras   

But the legislation won't take effect for three years

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2019-10-30 16:30:29



Grubhub's New Strategy Is to Be an Even Worse Partner to Restaurants  

Grubhub It wants to "expand its restaurant network without officially partnering with eateries," which is to say without the restaurants' permission The food delivery website and app Grubhub has been getting on restaurateurs' nerves for a while. In a class action lawsuit filed in January, multiple restaurants alleged that the site was sneakily charging restaurants for phone calls that weren't orders, since the calls were placed through proxy phone numbers Grubhub se...

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2019-10-30 12:32:33



Who Ordered the Appletini?  

The origin story of an essential '90s cocktail reveals a simpler, sickly-sweeter time in American drinking culture The apple martini was born in Los Angeles over Fourth of July weekend in 1997, and no one drink could have better captured that specific moment in American culture. This was pre-9/11, pre-Recession, and it was fun, eye-catching, and boozy as hell — pure West Hollywood hedonism, a liquid equivalent to the Spice Girls, Backstreet Boys, and Hanson songs on the rad...

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2019-10-30 11:10:00



Proposed Bill Wants All Plant-Based Beef Labeled 'Imitation'  

Beyond Meat and other companies that produce plant-based beef alternatives would have to label their products "imitation," should a newly proposed bill successfully make its way through Congress. | Photo: Chie Inoue/Shutterstock Plus, New York City is likely to ban foie gras, and more news to start your day Real MEAT Act calls plant-based meat phony imitations A new bipartisan bill requiring beef that's not derived from cows (i.e., plant-based beef like Impossible ...

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2019-10-30 10:46:48



The 18 Essential Tulum Restaurants  

The patio at Loyal Order Tulum | Loyal Order Tulum / official Where to find incredible mole, tropical Turkish cuisine, and grilled avocado toast in Mexico's seaside jungle paradise A decade ago, Tulum became famous as a wellness-centered, eco-chic destination. The scenic paradise was easily accessible, just an hour and a half drive south from Cancún along the coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. Bohemian hotels and restaurants along the palm tree-lined hotel zone ran on generat...

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2019-10-30 10:00:00



What It Takes to Be the Chef de Cuisine at One of Brooklyn's Buzziest Restaurants  

Calvin Eng is tasked with designing dishes for Win Son, a restaurant with an existing vision and menu Calvin Eng used to hate rice. But growing up in a three-family Cantonese household in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn, with many of his relatives, he had no choice but to eat it. Rice was a staple of the dinner table, appearing each night alongside a whole fish, a meat dish, at least one vegetable, and a couple of preserved sides, like salted eggs. Sharp, briny eggs with fatty yolks, which

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2019-10-30 09:48:19



Why Baristas All Over the Country Are Telling Each Other Their Salaries  

Even at coffee companies with a progressive sheen, baristas say they're underpaid. A new worker-led movement is trying to change that. As a veteran of the coffee industry, Kevin Leal, an educator at a Manhattan coffee shop that he declined to name, believes that a fair hourly wage for barista jobs should start at $16 minimum, before tips. A few weeks ago, however, a barista gave Leal insight into New York's labor market: an anonymous Google survey and corresponding spreadshee...

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2019-10-29 12:56:59



The Champagne Myth  

Bubbles may feel special, but sparkling wine shouldn't only be for celebrations Ariel Arce, the founder of Air's Champagne Parlor in Greenwich Village, among other trendy spots, wants people to take bubbles seriously, but she doesn't put them on a pedestal, either. That means she doesn't reserve Champagne for special events. "I don't really like to classify Champagne as celebratory anymore," she says. "We have a real revelation with people drinking sparkling wine ...

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2019-10-29 12:25:36



America's Grocery Stores Are Doing Bulk Food All Wrong  

Anne Cusack/Los Angeles Times via Getty Images To truly reduce waste, bulk food must be more than just one aisle in the grocery store This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. The recent wave of zero-waste stores — think Brooklyn's Precycle and Austin's (now-closed) In.gredients — may be well-designed, airy, and Instagram-worthy, but their novelty belies an important truth. While there's no doubt that it's time to reduce the quantity of plastic and other pac...

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2019-10-29 11:30:36



How I Got My Job: Becoming a Restaurant Lawyer  

Jasmine Moy went from server to miserable law firm associate to one of the go-to lawyers in the restaurant world In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Jasmine Moy. There's enough to worry about when you're building a restaurant or food business, let alone navigating its legalities. Instead of tackling it on their own, many chefs and restaurateurs turn to...

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2019-10-29 09:56:15



Amazon Fresh Is Now Free for Prime Members  

The monthly $14.99 Fresh fee is no more

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2019-10-28 15:31:35



Brand Ambassadors Decide Your Favorite Cocktail for You  

Alfredo Ravanetti/Shutterstock How America's best bartenders all became liquor brand ambassadors This past summer, Rebekah Pepler took to the New York Times to declare that the Aperol Spritz, a summer patio favorite, is actually a bad cocktail, due largely to its titular ingredient, Aperol. "Though it contains ingredients like bitter oranges and rhubarb, the bottle skews saccharine at best, with a syruplike finish," she said of the drink. Though she's a fan of the bitt...

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2019-10-28 15:01:27



Anthony Bourdain's Life and Legacy Are the Subject of a New Documentary  

A new film from Focus Features, CNN Films, and HBO Max will spotlight the life and legacy of Anthony Bourdain. | Photo: David Scott Holloway/CNN The film will be available in theaters, on TV, and via streaming The extraordinary life of chef, writer, and television host Anthony Bourdain will be the subject of an upcoming documentary from Focus Features, CNN Films, and HBO Max. Focus Features, which announced the news on Friday, will release the documentary in theaters first; th

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2019-10-28 11:30:00



How to Cook Thanksgiving Dinner in a Super-Small Space  

Microwaves, hot plates, and toaster ovens can get the job done Eater Young Gun Lucas Sin ('19) is something of an expert when it comes to small-space cooking: in college, he ran a multi-course noodle popup in his dorm room, serving up to 250 people a weekend using little more than a microwave and a mini fridge. Thanksgiving was no different: Sin grew up in Hong Kong and didn't travel back to Asia for the holiday, instead opting to stay on near-empty campus with a crew of othe...

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2019-10-28 11:06:44



Popeyes Announces Sandwich Return Date With a Side of Chick-fil-A Pummeling  

Popeyes: "The Sandwich is back." | Photo: Popeyes Plus, Foodgod legally becomes Foodgod, and more news to start your day Popeyes announces sandwich return date with a dig at Chick-fil-A After reports that the famed Popeyes chicken sandwich would return to newly staffed-up locations sometime in early November, there's now an exact date: November 3. In a video shared on Twitter, the chain highlights the fact that November 3 is a Sunday — the day of the week that rival...

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2019-10-25 16:45:48



Keeping Bar: How to Step Up Your Nonalcoholic Drinks  

Nonalcoholic drinks don't have to be basic. | Photoillustration by Eater The best zero-proof drinks are more than juice Nonalcoholic drinks were once ordered with a tinge of embarrassment in your voice as you hoped to not annoy the bartender. What you would often get back in return is a sugar bomb of cocktail mixer and ice, or just a soda. But, step foot into a modern bar today, and you'll find that bartenders are taking a sophisticated approach to zero-proof drinks. Many ...

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2019-10-25 14:19:35



Why Should You Have to Pay for Soda Water?  

Illustration by Carolyn Figel Considering all the arguments for the price of fizzy water in bars Marina spent her friend's birthday fuming over the price of club soda. She'd gone out with a group to Westlight, the rooftop bar at the William Vale hotel in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, and ordered a beer and a sparkling water. When Marina went to pay her tab, she was gobsmacked by the price of a lone soda water. "I was like, no, I can't," she says. "I wouldn't shut up. ...

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2019-10-25 13:20:00



The Three Books That Inspire Food Writer Lazarus Lynch  

"The Son of a Southern Chef" author connects to the works of James Baldwin and Michael W. Twitty In just the last few years Lazarus Lynch has established himself as a food personality. He's appeared on — and won — Chopped, hosted a cooking show on Snapchat, and published his first cookbook Son of a Southern Chef: Cook with Soul this past June. He's currently working on another cookbook and an album (Lynch is also a musician). Naturally, Lynch has a deep appreciation...

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2019-10-25 11:06:26



Paul Hollywood Apologizes for 'Thoughtless' Remark Calling a Dessert 'Diabetes on a Plate'  

Paul Hollywood apologized for a remark that made light of diabetes. | Screenshot: Netflix/The Great British Bake-Off Plus, the first-ever White Castle in Arizona attracted wildly long lines on opening day, and more news to start your day Paul Hollywood apologizes for calling a dessert "diabetes on a plate" Blue-eyed menace and giver of congratulatory handshakes Paul Hollywood has apologized for calling a sweet dessert on the Great British Bake Off "diabetes on a plate...

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2019-10-25 10:00:00



How I Got My Job: Blogger, Cookbook Author, and Food Stylist Jerrelle Guy  

Instagram sensation Jerrelle Guy on forging a career without a map and making big decisions In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Jerrelle Guy. Jerrelle Guy knows what it means to blaze your own career path. After earning her master's degree in gastronomy from Boston University, Guy quickly got to work building a name for herself in the food world. While c...

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2019-10-25 09:50:42



Maria Sharapova Waits Hours for Good Restaurants Just Like the Rest of Us  

Photo by Clive Brunskill/Getty Images The tennis legend stopped by the "Eater's Digest" studios to tell us why she doesn't have people make reservations for her Maria Sharapova — tennis legend, decorated Grand Slam champion, and noted pal to a certain royal family — doesn't believe in using her star power to score tables at super-popular restaurants. "I feel like that's part of being a food lover — the process, not just the food but getting there," she t...

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2019-10-25 09:32:00



Baking Through the Storm  

Denise I Johnson/Shutterstock In an excerpt from "Eat Joy," writer Rakesh Satyal explains how baking pies helped him face down adversity  Eat Joy, edited by Natalie Eve Garrett, is an essay compilation about comfort food, but not the category of food that, in America, tends to include large amounts of butter. Here, comfort food is whatever dish has helped 31 notable writers through various life phases, described in the book as "Growing Pains," "Loss," "Hea...

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2019-10-24 11:00:26



Popeyes's Sandwich Will Reportedly Return to 150 Locations in November  

Popeyes' chicken sandwich was the breakout star of the summer. | Photo: Popeye's Plus, J. Lo and A-Rod donated food to feed elementary students, and more news to start your day The Sandwich will apparently make its long-awaited return in November Popeyes Sandwich Mania, that short-lived summer period of mass delirium in which it seems like half the country put their lives on hold for an admittedly tasty fried chicken sandwich, will be revived for the fall. About 150 Popey...

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2019-10-24 10:00:00



David Chang's 'Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner' Relies on the Allure of Celebrity  

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner follows David Chang and celebrity guests like Kate McKinnon as they explore different cities and feast on local foods. | Photo courtesy of Netflix The new Netflix series follows the culinary adventures of Chang and famous friends Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner, David Chang's latest Netflix series following last year's Ugly Delicious, is several shows in one. It's a buddy comedy, following the adventures of Chang and four famous friends (one p...

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2019-10-23 13:42:01



Pumpkin Spice Has Taken Over Trader Joe's. Here's Why.  

The affordable grocery chain sells pumpkin spice face masks, teas, cookies and more

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2019-10-23 13:38:38



New York City's Unique and Colorful Bodega Signage Is Slowly Being Erased  

New design guidelines for New York's iconic corner stores may erase an aesthetically important part of the urban landscape

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2019-10-23 10:48:16



The Ghost Whopper Is Back, and They're Force-Feeding It to Reluctant Spirits  

Why are you white? | Burger King Plus, Instacart workers are planning to strike, and more news to start your day It's got a white bun. That's it. Every year fast food chains try to outdo each other with seasonal offerings, and for the past few years Burger King has introduced all manner of "weird" burgers around Halloween. This year, instead of a black bun or a burger served upside down, they're serving a Ghost Whopper. Does that mean it's made with ghost peppers?...

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2019-10-23 10:00:02



The 38 Best Restaurants in Melbourne   

One of the many bars at the Espy | Esplanade Hotel An indispensable guide to Australia's sprawling culinary capital Known for its cool city laneways, graffiti-filled streetscapes, and rooftop bars, Melbourne is a haven for food-obsessed travelers. There's an elaborate sense of hospitality and food culture that stems from a history of immigrants setting down roots in the city, including people of Vietnamese, Chinese, Indian, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Greek, French, Middle...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



The Eater Guide to Melbourne  

Every single brekkie, bickie, sanger, parma, and plate of pippies worth eating in Australia's culinary capital Asking, "What is Australian food?" is sort of like asking, "What is American food?" There's the tired answer — something about meat pies and Vegemite — and there's the real answer: a complicated, heavenly mess of banh mi, souvlaki, pippies in XO sauce, steaming bowls of bun bo hue, crisp cannoli, and yes, okay, sure, meat pies. Cities like Sydne...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



Where to Eat in Footscray, Melbourne's Most Exciting Food Neighborhood  

Fresh-made roti with sauces from Roti Road A comprehensive guide to fabulous Footscray Mention the neighborhood of Footscray to any Melbournian, and the first three things they'll think of are great Vietnamese food, the incredible Footscray Market, and Franco Cozzo, the iconic discount European furniture store that hit our televisions hard with excited announcements of "grand sales" in the '80s and '90s. Originally a bustling manufacturing center, over the last ce...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



Australian Pubs Are the Family-Friendly Bars We Need in America   

Karlee, Bill, and Cedd — a local family of three hang at the Post Office Hotel pub in Coburg Plus, the ideal pubs for every occasion in Melbourne During my first visit to Melbourne in July, a friend took me to her favorite neighborhood pub. It was an Australian-style pub in the classic sense — a corner storefront with a big oak bar, green low-pile carpeting, walls plastered with beer adverts, the smell of fry oil in the air, and bare tables pushed together into haphaza...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



How to Eat Everything at Australia's Greatest Market   

The peripheral vendors at Queen Victoria Market A local's guide to the best bites at the revered Queen Victoria Market in Melbourne Melbourne isn't really a street-food town. Unlike other places, where some of the best stuff is prepared, sold, and consumed curbside, Australia's second-biggest city prefers its food served inside and on proper tables. How refined. Venture to the northern edge of the city's Central Business District, however, and you'll discover a d...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



How to Eat Your Way Through 24 Perfect Hours in Melbourne  

A stall at Queen Victoria Market | Tristan Lutze A one-day itinerary for ambitious eaters  Melbourne is a city of wide and varied culinary delights, but a visitor could easily be led astray. There's always a hot newness, begging for your attention and dollars. But the driving force that makes this city remarkable is not newness — which often mimics newness in other Western cities. Rather, it is the layers upon layers of immigrant foodways, meaning that you can ea...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



The Iconic Dishes of Melbourne  

Avocado toast from Batch, a cafe in Melbourne | Jacinta Moore From Sichuan eggplant to late-night souvlaki to, yes, avocado toast, these are the defining dishes of Australia's culinary capital To truly understand Melbourne, you need to look at everything it eats, from the cheap takeout shops selling deep-fried dim sims (no, not dim sum) to tasting-menu temples championing native ingredients like saltbush and finger lime. Much like the U.S., Australia is a country of i...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



Aussie-Up Your Phone with Melbourne Wallpapers  

Your screen is hungry — feed it some avo toast Melbourne's food scene looks as good as it tastes, so we wanted to make some of the incredible photography from Eater's Guide to Melbourne available as wallpaper for your phone. Click on any of the image captions below to plaster your screen with wall-to-wall Cheezels, avo toast, or classic meat pies, and earn yourself some coveted Aussie cred. Portrait (2160 x 3840) Portrait ...

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2019-10-23 10:00:00



No, Seriously, Order the Espresso Martini   

The Black Pearl's classic version of Melbourne's favorite drink The cocktail is rightfully maligned in the U.S., but in coffee-loving Melbourne, it's a legitimately great drink Around midnight at my friends' wedding a couple of years ago, at a beachside mansion near Melbourne, the party was fading. After a long day of sunning and champagning and emoting, even the professional drinkers among us were starting to wilt. But then a procession of waistcoated bartenders em...

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2019-10-23 04:06:38



Waiting on the Cosmic Crisp Apple Drop  

A red apple still on the tree This is what happens when an apple has a multimillion-dollar marketing budget Produce does not have a reputation for brilliant or particularly out there advertising. Mexican avocados lie by saying they're "always in season," the California Artichoke Board asks you to "stop and eat the artichokes," and the best the egg has come up with is "incredible" (and even then, followed by merely "edible"). Mostly, that's because certain s...

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2019-10-22 14:15:38



The Best Crunchy Snack at Trader Joe's Is Bamba  

Photo courtesy of Trader Joe's; photo-illustration by Eater Philadelphia chef Ari Miller relies on the Israeli corn puffs for late-night snacking Welcome to the Best Thing at Trader Joe's, a series in which chefs and restaurant industry insiders share which TJ's product is the GOAT (no #sponcon necessary). Today's installment, Philadelphia chef Ari Miller, from 2019 Eater Best New Restaurant Musi, on Bamba. Bamba is the quintessential Israeli snack. It's mostly kn...

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2019-10-22 13:44:03



The Paleta War  

Countless paleta shops in Mexico and the U.S. are called La Michoacana, but two companies want to stake legal claim to the name It's one of those stiflingly humid summer afternoons in Detroit, and Nevería La Michoacana is packed with Detroiters in search of sweet, cool refuge. Millennials are gulping down aguas frescas, hijab-wearing teens choose toppings for their ice cream sundaes, and young Chicana moms and abuelas alike help their little ones order paletas, the quintesse...

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2019-10-22 11:32:00



For Vigorous Dinner-Party Discussion, Add Required Reading  

Nok Lek / Shutterstock Why I send an article to my guests before we sit down to eat This post originally appeared in the October 21, 2019 edition of The Move, a place for Eater's editors to reveal their recommendations and pro dining tips — sometimes thoughtful, sometimes weird, but always someone's go-to move. Subscribe now. You know that old icebreaker question about who you'd invite to a dinner party, alive or dead? It suggests such a seductive fantasy of what a ...

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2019-10-22 11:00:00



Eater's Looking for the Best Young Restaurant Talent. Will You Help Us Find Them?  

Nominate the inspiring young restaurant professionals in the country for the Eater Young Guns Class of 2020 In 2019, Eater singled out 12 extraordinary rising stars from the food and restaurant world. There were dinners in their honor — and profiles, too. We've shared their favorite products, playlists, and life hacks. Eater hosted its first-ever day-long summit, with panels and workshops dedicated to the concerns of young people in hospitality. And it's time to do it all...

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2019-10-22 10:54:14



Starbucks's Black 'Phantom Frappuccino' Looks Like a Drinkable Goosebumps Cover  

Starbucks Plus, Harvard grew meat in a lab, and more news to start your day Charcoal in drinks is really digging in as a trend We're reaching the end of the wildly multicolored and playful "unicorn" drink trend, so Starbucks has been trying to go darker. First it was with their Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino, and now, in Europe, they're introducing the "Phantom Frappuccino" for Halloween. The beverage, which is vegan, is flavored with coconut, mango, spirulina, c...

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2019-10-22 10:17:26



There Will be No World Restaurant Awards Ceremony in 2020  

Alain Passard and Alain Ducasse at the first World Restaurant Awards | Dominique Charriau A new TV format is in the works for the awards which were billed as a more "inclusive" reflection of the restaurant industry Once heralded as the restaurant awards to reform restaurant awards, it seems the splashy World Restaurant Awards ceremony is no more. In a now-deleted Tweet, Bloomberg critic Richard Vines broke the news, writing that the organizers were "canning" the event ...

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2019-10-21 12:48:03



A New Restaurant Benefit That Seems Too Good to Be True  

Frank Oudeman/Otto From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on October 19, 2019, 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. This week I learned about a new exciting (lifechanging?) benefit restaurateur Camilla Marcus is offering the 30 staffers at her restaurant west~bourne in downtown New York: Free, fl...

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2019-10-21 12:35:31



Milk in Bags, Explained  

Niloo / Shutterstock Why does dairy-loving America still shun the "milk bladder" when it's commonplace in so many other countries? The average American in the United States drank about 17 gallons of milk last year, and whether whole, skim, 2 percent, or even chocolate, chances are that milk came in a plastic jug or a paper carton. But hop over the border to Canada and the story is very different. In certain regions, mainly in the country's eastern half, consumers favor...

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2019-10-21 12:13:52



A Bartender Considers His Final Drink  

Chartreuse is the unexpected best seller at Baltimore dive bar Idle Hour. | Steve Miller/Flickr In "Last Call," author Brad Thomas Parsons visits bartenders across the country to ask what they would choose as their last drinks. For Brendan Finnerty at Baltimore's Idle Hour, it's Chartreuse. It's no surprise that writers have long taken inspiration from bars. At bars, stories flow freely. And with his latest book, drinks expert Brad Thomas Parsons, author of Bitters a...

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2019-10-21 11:03:40



Outback Steakhouse's Orwellian Surveillance Program Will Analyze How Your Server Treats You  

Plus, Amazon keeps shipping expired food, and more news to start your day No rules, just c o n s t a n t s u r v e i l l a n c e If you walk into a fast-casual restaurant, chances are you're being watched. There are cameras everywhere to make sure customers aren't stealing and servers are following health protocols. But according to Wired, Outback Steakhouse is stepping it up a notch with a program called Presto Vision. They're testing it at a location in Portland, Oregon...

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2019-10-21 10:01:45



The Book Hospitality Activist Ashtin Berry Says Everyone Should Read  

All About Love by bell hooks explores the way we think about love in society Activism has always been a part of Ashtin Berry's life, and after years working as a bartender, she turned it into a career. Berry is a co-founder of the collective Radical Xchange, which hosted the Resistance Served symposium in February. The now-annual New Orleans-based conference recognizes the contributions of black and African-American people to the hospitality industry, and reckons with the syste...

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2019-10-18 14:56:23



It's Now Legal to Eat Your Own Roadkill in California  

Photo by Mark Rightmire/MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images "This potentially translates into hundreds of thousands of pounds of healthy meat"

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2019-10-18 11:20:19



Of All the Recipes, MillerCoors Is Accused of Stealing the Formula for Bud Freakin' Light  

Shutterstock Plus, those tariffs go into effect today, and more news to start your day The rivalry between Anheuser-Busch and MillerCoors now includes accusations of recipe stealing Earlier this year, MillerCoors sued Anheuser-Busch over its Super Bowl ads, which implied that Bud Light (Anheuser-Busch) was one of the only mainstream beers on the market to not use corn syrup in its formula. MillerCoors argued the ads were "false and misleading," and that corn syrup is a co...

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2019-10-18 10:46:00



Alison Roman Is Rebelling Against Dinner Party Tradition  

GraphicaArtis/Getty Images Just don't call it "entertaining," says the author of Dining In and Nothing Fancy Very rarely are dinner parties about the food on the table. Throughout the history of evening mealtime gatherings, hosting was never so much about feeding friends and family as it was about flaunting accumulated wealth, according to Vox.com's Nisha Chittal. From the dinner tables of ancient Greece and Rome to Victorian England and suburban America, a percolati...

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2019-10-18 10:30:00



How I Got My Job: Becoming One of America's Top Food Photographers  

Evan Sung's first job shooting a restaurant came as an accident; then, he turned into one of the most sought-after photographers in his field In How I Got My Job, folks from across the food and restaurant industry answer Eater's questions about, well, how they got their job. Today's installment: Evan Sung. Evan Sung didn't set out to be a food photographer. After graduating from New York University with a degree in psychology, Sung was planning to go for a doctorate in...

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2019-10-18 09:30:00






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