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

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Sweetgreen Is Giving Employees Five Months of Parental Leave  

The newly announced policy is better for new parents than those at bigger companies like Starbucks and McDonald's Sweetgreen, the place you drop $13 on a salad or a warm bowl because you "forgot" to meal prep for the third week in a row, has announced that employees are now entitled to five months of parental leave. This ranks it as one of the best parental leave policies among major food brands. "At Sweetgreen, mothers, fathers, adoptive parents, foster parents, and o...

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2019-05-22 11:27:52



Conan Reveals All the Other Accidental Beverage Cameos in 'Game of Thrones'   

The Night King loves chocolate milk, apparently As Game of Thrones fans continue to debate the show's finale, there's one thing everyone seems to agree on: that coffee cup and water bottle had no business being in Westeros. Last night, Conan O'Brien took a minute to riff on these colossal mistakes by introducing his new (fake) sponsor, the "Game of Thrones accidental beverage cameo collector's set." This package features replicas of all the modern beverage containe...

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2019-05-22 10:47:53



Kurt Cobain's Used Pizza Plate Selling for $22,400 at Auction Is the Least Grunge Thing Possible  

Plus, Ben Carson thinks his job involves Oreos, and more news to start your day It's grunge to spend thousands of dollars on a grease-soaked paper plate, right? Auction house Julien's imagined that a paper plate used by Kurt Cobain in 1990 would be valuable, estimating the item would sell from between $1,000-$2,000. But no, someone decided the artifact of grunge and grease was worth $22,400. To be fair, it isn't just a paper plate—it contains the set list for Nirvana...

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2019-05-22 10:02:00



Schools Shouldn't 'Lunch Shame' Kids With Meal Debt  

Lunch debt continues to grow, and schools still take punitive action against families to resolve these bills This story was originally published on Civil Eats. An Alabama elementary school stamps a child's arm with the message: "I need lunch money." A Minnesota school district warns graduating seniors that they will not receive caps and gowns unless their meal debt is paid. A New Hampshire cafeteria worker is fired for serving students with outstanding lunch bills. Th...

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2019-05-22 09:42:00



For Refugees in New York, a Graduation Dinner Is a Final Test  

Brooklyn restaurant Emma's Torch doubles as a culinary training program for refugees, asylees, and survivors of human trafficking Welcome to Doing It Right, a column where Eater meets chefs, restaurateurs, and entrepreneurs who recognize challenges in their communities — and are actually doing something about it. In this installment, we head to New York City to focus on the work of nonprofit Emma's Torch. The challenge: Refugees transitioning to life in America need job...

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2019-05-22 09:12:00



How the Backyard Grill Took Barbecue Out of the South  

In "Smokelore: A Short History of Barbecue in America," author Jim Auchmutey explains the origins of home grilling As the title implies, Smokelore: A Short History of Barbecue in America outlines barbecue's long history in this country, from the barbacoa European settlers encountered, to the first Kansas City barbecue restaurants, through to its prominent place in today's popular food culture. The book is a companion to the "Barbecue Nation" exhibit currently on dis...

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2019-05-21 17:41:25



Watch: What Is the Best Knife Sharpener Under $200?  

Testing four gadgets ranging from $11 to $180 Chelsea Miller is one of the country's premier knife makers who just like any chef understands the importance of maintaining a knife's sharpness both to keep it effective but also to give the knife a longer life. There are a slew of techniques from the chef-favored and traditional whetstone method to slightly more do it yourself options like using the base of a mug or a nail file when it comes to knife sharpening; and there are ...

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2019-05-21 12:24:53



Watch: Will a $400 Steam Oven Actually Improve Your Cooking?  

Testing out Sharp's home cooking adaptation of the combination steam oven, a pricey restaurant kitchen essential A lot of chefs and professional kitchens have something called the combi oven — combi standing for combination since it comes with three cooking functions: convection, steaming, and its combination mode. The last function uses both dry heat and steam to maintain exact humidity levels making it a lot easier to control the moisture levels in food. The problem with ...

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2019-05-21 10:30:54



Finally, Chick-Fil-A Will Have Government Protection  

Plus, birds are getting VACUUMED to death so you can have martini olives, and other news to start your day Who knew Chick-Fil-A needed Texas to save it? The Texas State House just passed a bill that would protect Chick-Fil-A and other businesses that donate to religious charities from discrimination. The "Save Chick-Fil-A Bill" (though the business is named nowhere in the bill text) stops the government from acting against a business or person for their contributions to or...

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2019-05-21 09:42:00



Just Ask for the Table You Want  

Moving to a better restaurant table is easier than you think This post originally appeared in the May 20, 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. As someone who dines out a lot — and dines out a lot while it's still daytime — I love when a dining room has some light in it. Natural light makes me happy; it also ...

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2019-05-21 09:12:00



My First F-Up: Dropping a Prime Rib Special Down a Flight of Stairs  

Eater Young Gun Amelia Ekus recalls what it was like working in her father's restaurant My First F-Up is a series in which we ask Eater Young Guns to recall their first — or most notable — on-the-job failure. Young Gun Amelia Ekus ('17) is now an area manager for a New York City hospitality company. Before she began to ascend the ranks of New York's corporate dining scene — including a gig as the Twitter cafe's general manager — Ekus got her start at Holy Sm...

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2019-05-20 16:43:32



Joe Beef Restaurateurs Say They've Changed, but Bigger Strides Are Needed  

According to a New Yorker profile, chefs David McMillan and Frederic Morin are sober now, and finished with the abusive kitchen culture at their Montreal restaurant The chefs behind celebrated Montreal restaurant Joe Beef say they're done with abusive kitchen culture. In the New Yorker, David McMillan and Frederic Morin, both now sober, admit that alcoholism drove them to create a volatile working environment at their restaurants. McMillan encouraged homophobia and sex...

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2019-05-20 11:41:15



Netflix Orders Up More Seasons of 'Somebody Feed Phil' and 'Chef's Table'  

Phil Rosenthal's funny travel show is returning, along with new seasons of the acclaimed culinary docuseries Jon Favreau and Roy Choi's cooking show wasn't the only big food TV announcement Netflix made over the weekend. At an event in Los Angeles yesterday hosted by Queer Eye co-star Antoni Porowski, the streaming titan revealed that another season of Phil Rosenthal's travel show Somebody Feed Phil and two more seasons of David Gelb's celebrated culinary documentary ...

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2019-05-20 10:52:33



For the Love of God, There Were Water Bottles on the 'Game of Thrones' Series Finale   

Plus, Samin Nosrat isn't here for your colonialist food language, and more news to start your day Game of Thrones died as it lived... with modern drinking vessels fully visible in the shot You'd think that after the Great Coffee Cup Incident of Winterfell, the Game of Thrones showrunners would take extra care to make sure there were no more meme-able gaffes for the remaining episodes. But during the finale, viewers could easily spot two plastic water bottles sitting at the...

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2019-05-20 10:20:33



JFK's Retro Bar Inside a Plane Is Weirdly Tempting  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on May 18, 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. I spent far too many minutes on Google Maps this week trying to figure out the best timing for a cab to JFK just to check out the new bars and restaurants at the brand spanking new TWA hotel. And my husban...

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2019-05-20 10:15:00



The Most Imaginative Desserts in Los Angeles  

At LA restaurant Nightshade, pastry chef Max Boonthanakit's desserts are playful and pleasurable objects of art The most imaginative dessert in Los Angeles is so understated it blends into the table — and that's the point. At Nightshade, Mei Lin's new restaurant in Los Angeles's restaurant-saturated Arts District, the dish is listed on the menu as "guava, cream cheese, white chocolate." It arrives in a small, deep marble bowl, with a round, marble-colored lid nest...

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2019-05-20 10:15:00



Restaurateur Katrina Jazayeri's Essential Books Shaped Her Fight Against Inequality   

From James Baldwin to George Orwell, the authors who sparked her interest in making the restaurant world a better place Katrina Jazayeri is a multi-hyphenate: She's a designer, a beverage director, and a restaurateur, now preparing to open her second restaurant with business partner Joshua Lewin. In 2016, she was named an Eater Young Gun for her work as co-owner of Juliet, a Somerville, Massachusetts, restaurant that prides itself on a no-tipping, profit-sharing model. Jazay...

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2019-05-20 10:15:00



Eater Young Guns: On the Ground With the Future Leaders of the Restaurant World  

Welcome to Eater's new special section I've had my eye on Eater Young Guns since the awards launched seven years ago. Like many of you, I appreciated the visibility the awards provided, highlighting ambitious people we'd likely hear more from down the road, whether they worked on the line, at the host stand, or in the back office. As this industry continues to evolve, the awards have, too. Eater has put a lot of thought into not just how Young Guns are selected and what ...

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2019-05-20 10:15:00



How the GM of Majordomo Runs One of the Buzziest Dining Rooms in America   

For Christine Larroucau, good hospitality means empowering staff to think on the fly A day in the life of Christine Larroucau might involve fielding last-minute parties of 10 with no reservations, dashing to the store on a cold day to buy blankets for the patio, or pushing tables together for a "party of four" that suddenly tripled in size. While there's no typical day for Larroucau, general manager at David Chang's Majordomo in Los Angeles, the underpinning of all thes...

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2019-05-19 15:21:30



Jon Favreau and Roy Choi Will Cook With Their Famous Friends on Netflix's 'The Chef Show'  

The actor/writer/filmmaker and chef are teaming for a new food TV show Roy Choi and Jon Favreau, two very big deals in the increasingly overlapping worlds of food and entertainment, are teaming up for a new Netflix series called The Chef Show that will showcase their favorite dining destinations and culinary inspirations across the country. The friends will be joined on their journey by an ever-rotating cast of guest stars, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Robert Downey Jr., David Ch

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2019-05-18 09:12:00



The Five Best Cake Fails of 'Nailed It!' Season 3  

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on May 17, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Happy Friday. According to the New York Post, some efficiency experts predict that a lot of people will call out sick on Monday due to Game of Thrones-related tiredness/hangovers. It's ...

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2019-05-17 14:09:42



How 'Iron Chef' Chairman Mark Dacascos Fuels Up to Battle John Wick  

Nuts, chocolate, and a lemon-ginger-honey drink help the actor get in the zone Mark Dacascos is earning high marks from the critics for his turn as Zero, a knife-wielding sushi chef/assassin who fights Keanu Reeves's titular hero at the end of John Wick: Chapter 3 - Parabellum. But most American audiences probably know the actor from Iron Chef America, where Dacascos plays the Chairman, a mysterious, backflipping master of ceremonies who's as much a part of the show's DNA...

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2019-05-17 11:27:03



Inside the #Brand #Activation Cheez-It Bunker  

Why would you fill a bunker with hundreds of bags of Cheez-Its?

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2019-05-17 11:15:06



Uber Eats Is Facing an Uber Problem — and a Price War  

Just like its ride-share customers, Uber Eats users aren't very loyal

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2019-05-17 11:11:28



Texas Proposes 'Save Chick-fil-A' Bill After the Chain Is Ousted From Airport  

Plus, one restaurant's $5,000 mistake, and more news to start your day Does a major corporation need saving? Apparently so. It might be on track to becoming the third-largest chain in the country, but Texas seems to think that pious fried chicken sandwich purveyor Chick-fil-A needs rescuing from mean ol' city councils. In response to San Antonio blocking Chick-fil-A from opening in its airport (due to the company's ongoing donations to organizations that impose anti-gay ...

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2019-05-17 09:31:00



Why Are You Still Drinking LaCroix?  

A generation was tricked into drinking poorly flavored seltzer, but there's a better option In the beginning, there was seltzer in a bottle, delivered by the case, or in the bubbly treat of an egg cream at a soda fountain. That was the first wave. The second wave began the moment Italian waiters started asking "con gas?" while we — yes, we, every last one of us — dined on cobblestone streets in Rome. "Bravissimo!" we cried in unison. The third wave, the arrival o...

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2019-05-16 14:35:23



Ali Wong's Celebrity Chef Rom-Com 'Always Be My Maybe' Looks Hilarious  

Keanu Reeves makes a cameo at the very end of the trailer The full trailer for Always Be My Maybe, the rom-com that the internet practically willed into existence, is finally here. Comedian Ali Wong plays Sasha Tran, a celebrity chef who heads back to her hometown of San Francisco to open a new restaurant and quickly rekindles a relationship with childhood friend Marcus, played by Randall Park. Two real-life friends from way back, Park and Wong wrote the script together. Daniel

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2019-05-16 14:14:42



Ali Wong's Celebrity Chef Rom-Com 'Always Be My Maybe' Looks Hilarious  

Keanu Reeves makes a cameo at the very end of the trailer The full trailer for Always Be My Maybe, the rom-com that the internet practically willed into existence, is finally here. Comedian Ali Wong plays Sasha Tran, a celebrity chef who heads back to her hometown of San Francisco to open a new restaurant and quickly rekindles a relationship with childhood friend Marcus, played by Randall Park. Two real-life friends from way back, Park and Wong wrote the script together. Daniel

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2019-05-16 14:14:42



We've Entered the Era of the Large Adult Meatball  

Unpacking a primal attraction to Olive Garden's "Giant Italian Classic," an inexplicably huge ball of meat I'd like you to consider this quote from David Byrne, in which he explains the big suit he wore in Stop Making Sense. I like symmetry; geometric shapes. I wanted my [plate] to appear smaller and the easiest way to do that was to make my [meatball] bigger. Because [hunger] is very physical, and often the body understands it before the head. I edited the quote to...

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2019-05-16 11:44:14



We've Entered the Era of the Large Adult Meatball  

Unpacking a primal attraction to Olive Garden's "Giant Italian Classic," an inexplicably huge ball of meat I'd like you to consider this quote from David Byrne, in which he explains the big suit he wore in Stop Making Sense. I like symmetry; geometric shapes. I wanted my [plate] to appear smaller and the easiest way to do that was to make my [meatball] bigger. Because [hunger] is very physical, and often the body understands it before the head. I edited the quote to...

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2019-05-16 11:44:14



Michelin Announces First-Ever Guide to Japan's Aichi, Gifu, and Mie Prefectures  

There are three new three-star restaurants in Japan Japan's coastal Tokai region is the Michelin guide's latest subject. The French tire company granted stars to 68 restaurants in Japan's Aichi, Gifu, and Mie prefectures. The new guide adds to Japan's already substantial number of Michelin stars: In Tokyo, there are 230 starred restaurants (the most of any city), Kyoto has 103 Michelin stars, and Osaka has 97. The new guide features three restaurants with three stars,...

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2019-05-16 11:28:22



Michelin Announces First-Ever Guide to Japan's Aichi, Gifu, and Mie Prefectures  

There are three new three-star restaurants in Japan Japan's coastal Tokai region is the Michelin guide's latest subject. The French tire company granted stars to 68 restaurants in Japan's Aichi, Gifu, and Mie prefectures. The new guide adds to Japan's already substantial number of Michelin stars: In Tokyo, there are 230 starred restaurants (the most of any city), Kyoto has 103 Michelin stars, and Osaka has 97. The new guide features three restaurants with three stars,...

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2019-05-16 11:28:22



Not a Punchline: McDonald's Branches in Austria Are Now Outposts for the U.S. Embassy  

Plus, Domino's has a disgusting new creation, and more news to start your day Get a Big Mac and a new passport all in one McDonald's restaurants in Austria will now serve as teeny-tiny United States embassies of sorts. Americans in Austria can approach staff at one of the nearly 200 McDonald's and they'll help them get in touch with the U.S. embassy. This bizarre partnership between the government and the burger giant raises a number of questions (why Austria? Why McDo...

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2019-05-16 09:11:00



Not a Punchline: McDonald's Branches in Austria Are Now Outposts for the U.S. Embassy  

Plus, Domino's has a disgusting new creation, and more news to start your day Get a Big Mac and a new passport all in one McDonald's restaurants in Austria will now serve as teeny-tiny United States embassies of sorts. Americans in Austria can approach staff at one of the nearly 200 McDonald's and they'll help them get in touch with the U.S. embassy. This bizarre partnership between the government and the burger giant raises a number of questions (why Austria? Why McDo...

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2019-05-16 09:11:00



This Coffee Tool Is Like a Shower Head for Your Pour-Over  

The Melodrip will make your fancy gooseneck kettle unnecessary The extent to which Americans guzzle coffee — random coffee, mediocre coffee, whatever coffee is most readily available in the office kitchen or nearest Starbucks — belies the expertise and sheer nerdery that can go into making coffee. Bean varieties, grind styles, brewing timing, water quality — the number of variables at play seems endless, as does the number of methods. Which is why it doesn't hurt to a...

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2019-05-15 17:07:02



This Coffee Tool Is Like a Shower Head for Your Pour-Over  

The Melodrip will make your fancy gooseneck kettle unnecessary The extent to which Americans guzzle coffee — random coffee, mediocre coffee, whatever coffee is most readily available in the office kitchen or nearest Starbucks — belies the expertise and sheer nerdery that can go into making coffee. Bean varieties, grind styles, brewing timing, water quality — the number of variables at play seems endless, as does the number of methods. Which is why it doesn't hurt to a...

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2019-05-15 17:07:02



Food Brand Thirst Is at an All-Time High on Twitter  

The latest social media trend is brands acting like the most annoying person at the party This afternoon, after the writer Tony Posnanski tweeted at the official Vita Coco Twitter account that he'd rather "drink your social media persons [sic] piss than coconut water," the company officially Went Too Far: It replied with a photo of a young woman holding a Vita Coco-branded jar filled with a yellow liquid that's apparently actual piss. No brand has ever ventured this dee...

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2019-05-15 12:07:16



Watch the Trailer for Netflix's Gabriela Cámara Documentary, 'A Tale of Two Kitchens'   

The new film will showcase how the chef and her crew run celebrated restaurants in Mexico City and San Francisco In addition to working on a Los Angeles restaurant with Sqirl's Jessica Koslow, serving as an advisor to Mexican President Andres Manuel López Obrador, and publishing her first cookbook, acclaimed Mexican chef Gabriela Camara is also the star of a new Netflix documentary short called A Tale of Two Kitchens. Judging by the trailer, the film will explore the con...

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2019-05-15 11:49:50



American Express Buys Resy to Reclaim Its Place in the Hearts of Power Diners  

Is this the end of the online reservation wars? Resy, the upstart that took on OpenTable and became the largest privately held reservation service in the country, reaching 4,000 restaurants in over 200 cities, has been acquired by American Express. Resy co-founder Ben Leventhal (Disclosure: Resy's Ben Leventhal was one of the co-founders of Eater, but is no longer involved in its operations) told the New York Times, "Putting Resy and American Express together will give Re...

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2019-05-15 10:56:16



Hershey's First Chocolate Bar Redesign in 125 Years Is for the Texting Generation  

The company is upending the bar's design by adding emojis Hershey's first chocolate bar redesign in 125 years is for the texting generation After 125 years of serving America with the comforting stability of a classic milk-chocolate bar that never changes, Hershey's is upending the bar's design by adding emojis, the chocolate company's edgy version of sitting backwards on a chair. The new emoji chocolate bars, which will be available for a limited time starting th...

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2019-05-14 17:26:55



Red Hen Owner Says Kicking Out Sarah Sanders Ultimately Boosted Business  

Nearly a year on, the media storm around the D.C.-area restaurant resulted in an increase of clientele and donations to local charities The co-owner of the Red Hen in Virginia says her business is still doing well nearly a year after she famously asked White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders to leave the restaurant. Stephanie Wilkinson writes in an editorial for the Washington Post that she and her employees lived through a year's worth of online threats, protests,...

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2019-05-14 16:40:53



25 Blistering Food Takes to Set the Internet on Fire  

Prepare to defend your strongly-held food beliefs on Twitter Although food opinion pieces have always been part of a healthy media diet, hot takes about dining and drinking have dominated the culinary conversation so far in 2019, from "The Aperol Spritz Is Not a Good Drink" to "Don't Let Naysayers Ruin Dining Out on Valentine's Day." These strongly voiced opinions keep writers and food enthusiasts arguing about frivolous nonsense for days and sometimes weeks on end,...

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2019-05-14 14:00:06



'A Lot of Us Feel Like Instacart Is Playing Games With Our Income'  

Grocery startup Instacart says it's fixed its payment problems. This gig worker says it hasn't

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2019-05-14 13:24:17



Why Genetically Engineered Foods Have Some Scientists Nervous About the Future  

Synthetic food companies could gravely impact our health, environment, and economy, but the fact is that we're in the dark This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. Impossible's "bleeding" veggie burger, shrimp made of algae, and vegan cheeses that melt are all making their way into restaurants and on to supermarket shelves, offering consumers a new generation of plant-based proteins that look, act, and taste far more like the real thing than ever before. What c...

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2019-05-14 11:08:21



Chick-fil-NAY: A Meat Alternative Could Be Coming to Your Favorite Homophobic Chicken Chain  

Plus, some guy dressed up as the Joker is terrorizing Toronto restaurants and more food news Could Chick-fil-A be the next fast-food chain to add a meatless option? Fast-food's push towards a plant-based future shows no signs of slowing down, with chains like Burger King, White Castle, and Del Taco all having added meatless protein items to their menus. Chick-fil-A — known for its solid lineup of chicken options and much less palatable politics — could follow suit, as A...

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2019-05-14 09:11:00



Impossible Foods' Meatless Burgers Have Made It a $2 Billion Company   

Following Beyond Meat's IPO, Impossible Foods says it has raised $300 million in its latest funding round

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2019-05-13 12:47:03



Selling Garlic Noodles to the Rich and Famous   

At Thanh Long and Crustacean, Helene An and her family turned the spotlight on Vietnamese food In 1980s San Francisco, an under-the-radar restaurant called Thanh Long gained a serious cult following. It was known for its seafood, and sometimes served 200 roasted crabs a night. Robin Williams, Danny Glover, and Erik Estrada made occasional appearances. Rolls Royces would park outside, next to graffitied Outer Sunset buildings, and its owners say Imelda Marcos and her husband, Fe

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2019-05-13 11:14:57



'Lunch-Shaming' School District Reverses Plan to Deny Hot Food to Low-Income Students  

Plus, Goop-ing it up in Japan, and more news to start your day "Lunch-shaming" school district walks back its policy to feed low-income students cold sandwiches The Rhode Island school district that drew national outrage for its "lunch-shaming" policies has canceled its plan to deny hot food to students who owe money to the school. Warwick Public Schools had announced last week that students with past-due lunch debts would not be permitted to purchase hot food items s...

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2019-05-12 10:34:43



'SNL' Cooks Up a Pitch Perfect 'Chopped' Parody  

One contestant goes home for serving a kitten inside a bun With over 500 episodes in the bank, the Food Network's cooking competition show Chopped was long overdue for an SNL parody — and last night's Emma Thompson-hosted episode finally delivered the goods. The sketch features Thompson as judge Amanda Freitag, Aidy Bryant as Alex Guarnaschelli, Alex Moffat as Geoffrey Zakarian, and Beck Bennett as host Ted Allen. Like every episode of the show, the competition involves o...

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2019-05-11 14:40:35



Do You Love Your Mom As Much As These Brands Love Her?  

From Tim Hortons to Tropicana, these brands are rolling out the emptiest Mother's Day gestures possible Ah, Mother's Day, that extra special holiday for celebrating moms and their endless contributions to the patriarchal world order, which you spend the rest of the year entirely ignoring. Your plans for the mom in your life may vary (breakfast-in-bed, which means less sleep and more clean up for mom, brunch in a crowded restaurant with a two-hour wait, macaroni necklaces, e...

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2019-05-11 09:12:00



Netflix's 'Wine Country' Feels Like a Chill Hangout Session With Six 'SNL' Greats  

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on May 10, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome back to Friday afternoon. Did you notice the disposable coffee cup on Game of Thrones? I really enjoyed the internet's reactions to this flub, and especially Colbert's fan the...

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2019-05-10 11:42:00



Shower Paula Pell With Olive Garden Croutons and Give Her a Good Glass of Chianti, Please  

A chat with the breakout star of Netflix's new comedy Wine Country on her favorite foods With scene-stealing roles in A.P. Bio, Documentary Now!, and Wine Country, Paula Pell is having one hell of a year. The comedian worked on SNL for nearly two decades before moving in front of the camera, and now she's trading barbs on screen with some of her 30 Rock colleagues in Netflix's new wine-soaked comedy. As Val, an antique store owner with a penchant for high-tech vibrators,...

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2019-05-10 11:33:30



RIP Craft Beer: Sam Adams' Company Buys Dogfish Head Brewery  

Plus, Natty Light needs an intern and other news to start your day. Two big beer players merge in $300 million deal If craft beer wasn't already over, this latest news might be the nail in the coffin: the Boston Beer Company — the producers of Samuel Adams beer and the second largest craft brewer in the U.S. — is merging with Dogfish Head Craft Brewery, the 13th largest independent brewery as ranked by the Brewers Association. The deal, valued at $300 million, follows ot...

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2019-05-09 12:41:19



Watch: Slow-Roasting a Juicy Porchetta Over an Open Fire  

Prime Time takes on the fatty Italian pork dish at Fish & Game in Hudson, NY Traditional Italian porchetta is made with the entire loin and belly section of a pig, with the crowd-pleasing roast carefully arranged and stuffed with liver and fresh herbs, and covered in crispy pork fat; all of it most often cooks over an open fire. Eater's Prime Time hosts and local New York butchers Ben Turley and Brent Young have prepared porchetta countless times; they even attempted a be...

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2019-05-09 11:06:25



Burger King Will Never Not Be Thirsty for Your Attention  

Plus, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz might be giving up on his presidential campaign, and more news to start your day Chain-chain-chaaaaaain. Chain of fools. Just a week after Burger King made an insipid attempt to parody McDonald's Happy Meals with the intellectual rigor of a pre-teen saying "more like unhappy meal, am I right?!", the company has a double-whammy (or...whopper) of ploys for consumer attention this week. First up is an initiative that the chain is rolli...

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2019-05-09 09:56:44



Ana Gasteyer Might Show Up to Your Party With Thin Mints  

The SNL veteran and star of Netflix's Wine Country reveals her favorite foods and entertaining tips According to Ana Gasteyer, the trips that inspired the Netflix comedy Wine Country featured "a lot of public, annoying singing and dancing" involving the comedian and her other famous friends. And while you do get to see some drunken singing and dancing in the new movie, the best scenes are often the less-flashy moments where Gasteyer and fellow SNL veterans Amy Poehler, Ma...

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2019-05-08 15:59:57



Making a Thirst Murderer  

You can murder your thirst with Liquid Death, but it will just come back to life There is nothing I, a straight-edge punk, love more than cracking open a cold one with the boys. That's right: a chilled tallboy of crisp, refreshing H2O. Liquid Death, my vice of choice. Don't get me wrong — I don't drink because the human body physically needs water to survive. No, I drink for the sole pleasure of MURDERING my THIRST™, literally DECAPITATING it with a rope of veins th...

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2019-05-08 13:31:59



Ranking Celebrity Chef Cookbooks How Many Animals Their Recipes Kill   



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2019-05-08 13:11:15



Buffalo Wild Wings Was My One-Man Gay Bar  

In the home base of beer-swilling straight men, nobody could tell I was only playing at being a bro On the first day of March Madness 2014, I found peace in the Ann Arbor Buffalo Wild Wings. Everywhere I looked, there were TVs showing different basketball games and rapt, rowdy men, wearing plaid and downing chicken and beer. In a restaurant where the servers wore football jerseys and the only food on the menu I could eat was french fries, I should've felt alienated. I wa...

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2019-05-08 12:09:31



Watch the Stars of Netflix's 'Wine Country' Taste the Wines of the World  

Six SNL veterans offer tasting notes on bottles from around the globe Although they drink a lot of fancy grape juice throughout Netflix's Wine Country, the stars of the new comedy — Amy Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Ana Gasteyer, Paula Pell, and Emily Spivey — are not actually oenophiles in real life. But a new video from Netflix suggests that these comedians have plenty of enthusiasm for drinking and talking about wine, even if they don't have the knowledge to...

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2019-05-08 10:23:08



Coca-Cola Will Fund Academic Research, So Long as It Can Kill Studies It Doesn't Like  

Plus, man water to quench your man thirst, and more news to start your day The pursuit of truth, assuming it doesn't make Coke look bad The University of Cambridge recently combed through 87,000 documents obtained by the Freedom of Information Act, and discovered that Coca-Cola's generous funding of academic research comes with a pretty big catch. In at least five agreements between both public and private institutions, Coke agreed to provide research funding as long as it...

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2019-05-08 09:42:00



How to Plan a Truly Excellent Food Crawl  

There's an art to hitting up five or six restaurants in a row with your friends The world of dining and drinking is an obstacle course wrapped in a labyrinth wrapped in a logic puzzle — it's full of pitfalls, gray areas, and bewildering questions that really shouldn't even be questions (How do I find the bathroom?) and yet, somehow, are. Fortunately, your friends at Eater are here to help: Life Coach is a series of simple guides to the arcane rituals of modern dining. H...

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2019-05-08 09:02:00



The Voice of the James Beard Awards  

Talking to the unsung hero of hospitality's biggest night At this week's James Beard Awards, chefs and restaurateurs filtered on and off the stage at Chicago's Lyric Opera, announcing winners and accepting awards. The audience heard Rising Star Chef Kwame Onwuachi acknowledge his ancestors, Young Joni chef Ann Kim reflected on her early career goals as she accepted the award for Best Chef: Midwest, and the night's host, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, wondered aloud whether a Mar...

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2019-05-07 18:06:34



Five Major Takeaways From the 2019 James Beard Awards  

This year gave us a glimpse into what may be a new baseline for the awards Last night, the James Beard Foundation feted the stars of the American restaurant world with its annual awards ceremony. While last year felt like a tidal wave of necessary change, this year gave awards-obsessives a glimpse, maybe, into what a new baseline for the Awards might be. The Foundation took steps to diversify its restaurant committee, the group responsible for creating the semifinalist list. T

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2019-05-07 12:11:25



Watch Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel Mock the Starbucks Cup on 'Game of Thrones'  

Colbert says it's "the biggest anachronism in popular fantasy since Gollum's Big Gulp" Sorry, Arya! The most popular character on Game of Thrones this week is actually the random cup of coffee that appeared in front of Daenerys Targaryen during the feast after the Battle of Winterfell. The creators of the show owned up to the mistake yesterday, but that didn't stop the late-night comedians from ripping into the gaffe that shook the Seven Kingdoms to its core. During...

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2019-05-07 12:01:26



Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo   

There are just three new starred restaurants in the guide Today, the French tire company with a fleet of dining inspectors revealed the 2019 Michelin stars for Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo. There are three new restaurants among the starred selections, but as was the case in 2018, the guide features just 18 total restaurants with stars. For the fifth year running, no restaurants in Brazil earned Michelin's highest three-star honor. The new additions all appear in the one-s...

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2019-05-07 10:43:36



Katy Perry Makes a Convincing Hamburger at The Met Gala  

Plus, changes to seal meat restrictions, and more news to start your day You can't go camping without food "Camp: Notes on Fashion" was the theme of last night's annual Met Gala, and the stars were out showcasing all manner of wacky, colorful, and outlandish outfits for us normies to dissect and analyze this following morning. Katy Perry, never one to be outdone in the bonkers attire category, showed up first as a whole chandelier, and later as a hamburger, making the ...

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2019-05-07 09:35:03



The Dream of the '90s Is Alive in AriZona Iced Tea  

The tallboys of iced tea are the hypebeast drink of choice, but that's just because they've always been cool Walk into any gas station or corner bodega in the 1990s and AriZona iced tea was impossible to miss: 24 fluid ounces of liquid gold, wrapped in loud, obnoxious colors for just 99 cents. With flavors like green tea with ginseng or Arnold Palmer or watermelon juice cocktail, AriZona had a wellness halo before we talked about things like "wellness." Also, it was jus...

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2019-05-07 09:12:00



When Will Americans Learn to Love Chicken Salt?  

Sprinkling this essential Australian seasoning on your fries is a fast-pass to flavor country This post originally appeared in the May 6, 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. When going out to eat, there are a few questions diners are used to hearing: fried or scrambled? Spicy or mild? Rare or well done? Chicken s...

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2019-05-06 22:01:15



2019 James Beard Awards Winners: The List So Far  

Check back here for live updates on winners Weeks after the James Beard Foundation announced the year's slate of chef and restaurant finalists, the results are in. At a ceremony in Chicago, chefs, restaurateurs, and other hospitality world insiders gathered for what are considered by many to be the most prestigious awards in American hospitality. Straight ahead, find out who walked away a winner. 2019 James Beard Award Chef and Restaurant Winners Best New Restaurant Frenc...

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2019-05-06 16:18:07



What's Missing From Food TV in 2019?  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on May 4, 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 at Eater we announced a long-in-the-works deal with Hulu to create their first ever original food shows. It's wild. Our parent company Vox Media will oversee and produce the whole food slate, i...

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2019-05-06 12:10:43



A Handy Guide to Understanding Restaurant Awards  

World's 50 Best Restaurants, James Beard Foundation Awards, and Michelin stars — explained This story was originally published on May 1, 2017 and has been updated to reflect current information. Who runs the world's best restaurants? Who runs the best restaurants in the U.S.? It depends upon whom you ask. Just as there is no one definitive authority on global cinema — some look to the Oscars, others to the BAFTAs or the Independent Spirit Awards — there is no single in...

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2019-05-06 12:00:23



Chance the Rapper and Twitter Convinced Wendy's to Bring Back Spicy Chicken Nuggets  

Plus, a Trump tweet inspires renewed interest in stollen bread, and more news to start your day Wendy's spicy chicken nuggets are making a return thanks to a viral tweet It's official: Wendy's spicy chicken nuggets are coming back two years after being discontinued. How? Chance the Rapper, noted pizza-slasher film actor, tweeted on Saturday a series of "positive affirmations" that included the wishful return of the nuggets. Wendy's, never one to let a viral moment ...

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2019-05-06 11:24:42



Magnus Nilsson Will Close Fäviken Magasinet  

The remote Swedish restaurant will serve its last multicourse meal December 14 Acclaimed chef Magnus Nilsson is leaving his renowned restaurant Fäviken Magasinet. The two-Michelin starred restaurant, located in remote Järpen, Sweden, will serve its last 30-course meal on December 14. Nilsson opened Fäviken in 2008 on a Swedish estate with the goal of focusing on local produce and seasonality. "I thought that in order to have someone travel that distance, it needed to be ...

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2019-05-06 10:56:14



A Disposable Coffee Cup Made an Accidental Cameo on 'Game of Thrones'  

What do you think the Starbucks bathroom at Winterfell is like? While the battle-weary soldiers of Game of Thrones toasted their victory against the White Walkers with flagons of wine, it appears Daenerys Targaryen was drinking a latte from Winterfell's local coffee emporium during the epic bacchanal — and you know the barista probably spelled her name wrong. Eighteen minutes into last night's episode, fans immediately noticed the odd prop placement and signal boosted ...

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2019-05-06 09:02:00



What to Expect From the 2019 James Beard Awards  

And how to watch online The 2019 James Beard Awards are happening tonight. The annual awards, cloyingly sometimes referred to as "the Oscars of the food world," are among the highest honors for the American hospitality industry. As in years past, the James Beard Foundation announced the final list of nominees in March, following their announcement of the longer, semifinalist list in February. This year, actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson will host the Chicago ceremony, which recogn...

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2019-05-04 09:12:00



Bake a Croissant and Laugh Your Beak Off With Netflix's 'Tuca & Bertie' This Weekend   

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on May 3, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome back to Friday afternoon. I've got recommendations for a few things to watch this weekend: a pair of recent Netflix arrivals, and an especially springlike episode of a food TV st...

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2019-05-03 14:01:02



The Serene Pleasure of Watching People Cook in the Chinese Countryside  

TikTok's latest stars are more compelling than anyone on "Chef's Table" A young man squats on the ground picking small yellow wildflowers. Gentle piano music tinkers as the scene cuts to a stream, where our star fills a hollowed-out bamboo stalk with ingredients, using a verdant leaf as a tablecloth: There's raw chicken feet, red chili peppers, and soy sauce, along with other things that look like they've been foraged from the earth. Cooked over a fire, the bamboo o...

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2019-05-03 11:48:44



Watch the Frenetic Trailer for 'Sweetbitter' Season 2  

The steamy restaurant drama returns this summer One of the best and most overlooked shows of 2018, Sweetbitter, is returning for a second season on Starz this summer. The new teaser trailer hints at some exciting developments in the lives of the staffers at the unnamed Manhattan restaurant at the heart of the show. Adapted from Stephanie Danler's novel of the name, Sweetbitter is partially inspired by the author's experiences working at Danny Meyer's Union Square Cafe i...

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2019-05-03 10:48:29



Mangoes Become a Life-Saving Fruit Amid Venezuela's Political Crisis   

Plus, avocado prices are still high, and more news to start your day People call them 'the noise takers' for quietening hunger pangs Food shortages, extremely high inflation, and an ongoing political crisis continue to wreak havoc in Venezuela, but as NPR reports, the country's mango trees are providing one source of relief. The country is in a prime climate for growing mangoes, and trees usually yield fruit for one month, three times a year. NPR spoke to a variety of ...

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2019-05-03 10:12:42



The 14 Essential Restaurants in Chiang Mai, Thailand  

Where to find pork curries, spicy fried chicken, and bowl after bowl of the creamy regional specialty, khao soi, in the calm, creative haven of northern Thailand The quaint northern Thai city of Chiang Mai is a popular home base for visitors looking to hike, ride elephants, zip line, and do all manner of outdoor excursions in the surrounding countryside. But Chiang Mai's old town is an attraction all its own, with a collection of ancient Buddhist temples, aged shophouses, and...

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2019-05-02 13:44:54



Watch: How Yakitori Master Atsushi Kono Makes 13 Skewers Out of One Chicken  

Honoring all parts of the chicken, from the tail to the skin — and some knees in between Customers paying a visit to their local butcher shop know to look for chicken leg, thigh, and breast when shopping for the poultry; but there's so much more from the bird that could be of use. For yakitori master Atsushi Kono, every part of the chicken is worth honoring, from its main artery known as hatsumoto, to its neck skin and belly skin, to yes, especially the knee bone. In this ...

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2019-05-02 13:26:51



Rep. Steve Cohen Calls William Barr a Chicken by Eating Cold KFC in the House Judiciary Committee  

Plus, Maine has become the first state to ban Styrofoam takeout containers, and more food news for today It's subpoena lickin' good Tennessee Democrat Steve Cohen showed up to the House Judiciary Committee toting a bucket of KFC on Thursday morning. Cohen wasn't simply hungry for some fried bird (most D.C. KFCs don't open until 10:30 a.m., so these were leftovers at best). Rather, he was taking a jab at Attorney General William Barr for opting not to appear before the ...

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2019-05-02 10:34:10



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2019-05-01 16:36:47



Making SNAP Useable Online Could Be a Grocery Game-Changer  

Could this be the death knell of the food desert as we know it? This story was originally published on Civil Eats. The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has just launched a pilot in New York State allowing Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) participants to buy food online with their benefits. Amazon and ShopRite are the initial New York City retailers and Walmart will serve upstate shoppers. More retailers and cities will soon follow, and if the pilot succe

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2019-05-01 16:36:47



Texas Lawmakers Want to Ban SNAP Recipients From Using Food Stamps for Junk Food  

But they're not making healthy food more affordable Lawmakers in Texas have proposed a new bill restricting consumers from using food stamps to purchase items such as energy drinks, sugary sodas, cookies, chips, and candy, the Washington Post reports. State Rep. Briscoe Cain, a Republican, framed the bill as an effort to curb diabetes and other health issues associated with sugar. At least one recent study has suggested that stores took advantage of financial incentives fro...

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2019-05-01 13:17:02



The White House Used Tax Dollars to Pay for Booze at Trump's Mar-a-Lago  

It's a comfort to know we could contribute to the president's closed-door meeting Let's just preface this by saying that of all the things American taxpayers have had to pay for in the name of the Trump administration, this is nowhere near the top. But apparently, we're all on the hook for over $1,000 worth of top-shelf liquor that the President, his advisers, and members of the Chinese government drank through at a closed-door Mar-a-Lago meeting. According to ProPubli...

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2019-05-01 11:35:47



Pete Davidson Turned Up to a Sold-Out 'Avengers' Showing With Enough McDonald's for Everybody  

Plus, "guacamole cheese" is raising eyebrows, and more food news to know today Pete Davidson finds a workaround to movie theater's no-outside-food policy Like the rest of the world, SNL cast member and occasional meme Pete Davidson went to the movies to catch "Avengers: Endgame" this weekend. Trips to the movie theater are always expensive and this was no exception, as Davidson bought not only tickets, but enough McDonald's to feed the entire sold-out theater and i...

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2019-05-01 11:08:12



You Can Take the Bagel Out of New York, But You Can't Take the New York Out of the Bagel  

... and bagel makers from Washington, D.C. to Austin wouldn't want to anyway A good bagel should have a dark crust with a dense, chewy interior. It shouldn't be too bready or too flat, and the hole in the middle of the bagel should be small, not much larger than the width of a couple fingers. That is, if we're talking about New York bagels, and it seems that for many chefs in the U.S., "good bagels" and New York-style bagels are one in the same. The New York bagel h...

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2019-05-01 10:32:37



Burger King's Answer to Slut-Shaming Is Like a Happy Meal, but Sad  

The chain's Gen Z ennui-inspired 'Real Meals' are just Whopper combos, but with mood-themed packaging In an attempt to re-brand itself as the Riverdale's Jughead of the fast food world, Burger King is introducing a series of "Real Meals" that exude much darker, more complex vibes than the Happy Meals served by rival chain McDonald's. These combo meals — consisting of a Whopper, fries, and a drink — come in five different boxes, marked with different "moods...

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2019-05-01 09:02:00



Uber Eats Is Uber Costly to Uber  

Uber Eats sold $7.9 billion worth of food deliveries last year and still lost money Uber Eats is the largest food delivery service in the world outside of China, but it's still unprofitable. The rideshare app Uber filed an updated prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week ahead of its highly anticipated IPO which seeks to raise roughly $10 billion. The document details the state of Uber's current business, including the strategy behind its three-year-...

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2019-04-30 18:12:00



The Obamas Are Working on a Kids' Food Show for Netflix  

One of the creators of Drunk History is also involved Barack and Michelle Obama — a couple that mastered the art of date night during their eight years in the White House — are helping bring a new kids' food show to Netflix. Higher Ground, the production company that was founded by the Obamas last year, is working on a half-hour series called Listen to Your Vegetables & Eat Your Parents that will "take young children and their families around the globe on an adv...

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2019-04-30 16:57:19



Beyond Impossible: Suggested Names for the Next Fake Meat Hit  

I would like $1.5 billion now, please Meatless meat, if you buy into Beyond Meat's slogan, is the The Future of Protein®. And judging from the plant-based meat company's projected $1.5 billion valuation as it prepares for an IPO on Wednesday, that future could be very lucrative. The global meat substitute market is expected to grow to a juicy estimated value of $7.5 billion by 2025, according to Allied Market Research. Competitors Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods are jos...

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2019-04-30 11:36:07



Canada Has a Real-Life Hamburglar and They're Hacking the McDonald's App  

The Canadian Hamburglar has ordered thousands of dollars worth of McNuggets and poutine on customers' accounts Canadian "Hamburglar" terrorizes McDonald's app users with thousands of dollars in fraudulent charges Since January, there have been reports of a mysterious fraudster (or fraudsters) known in the Canadian media as the Quebec Hamburglar, who hacks McDonald's app accounts and racks up hundreds or even thousands of dollars in charges on unsuspecting customers...

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2019-04-29 17:42:52



Refugee Labor Abuses Run Rampant on Hazelnut Farms Used by Nestle, Nutella  

Most of the world's hazelnuts are harvested in Turkey. The workers harvesting them don't earn enough to live, according to a New York Times report. On Monday, the New York Times published a damning report by David Segal about the Syrian refugees who perform backbreaking labor on the farms that produce 70 percent of the world's hazelnuts for confectionery companies like Nestle, Godiva, and Nutella. The story details how refugees, displaced by the Syrian war, are exploited ...

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2019-04-29 15:27:11



Mission Actually Impossible  

Thanks to Impossible Foods's massive — and rapid — expansion, restaurant owners are scrambling to keep the Impossible Burger in stock Ruby's managing partner Tim Sykes didn't realize quite how popular the Impossible Burger was until he couldn't get it. When his usual distributor US Foods ran out of cases of the faux meat known for its realistic ability to "bleed," Sykes went to other suppliers, to no avail. He asked his friends at the Flower Shop and Dudley's,...

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2019-04-29 12:10:05



The Latest Parent Panic Is Viral Videos of Teens Eating Food, Wrappers and All   

Despite local news hand-wringing, parents probably don't need to be worried about the latest viral hoax Now that Tide Pod panic and Momo fearmongering have died down, parents around the world have a new viral craze to keep them up at night: the "shell on challenge," wherein teens are biting into foods without removing their wrappers, and sharing photos of their edible conquests on Snapchat. Is this what kids do instead of drugs now? View this post on I...

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2019-04-29 11:44:42



Buy a Condo, Get a Year's Supply of Avocado Toast, Says Real Estate Developer  

Plus, a new report says millennials are killing casual dining, and more news to know today Condo developers invite millennials to buy a house, avocado toast on the side In an attempt to court home buyers, a bougie new condo development in Vancouver, Canada, is making a familiar, shameless play for millennial homebuyers by promising a year's supply of free avocado toast with the purchase of a $399,900+ ($296,000+ USD) home, Munchies reports. Each new resident of the Woodbridg...

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2019-04-29 11:03:17



The Unexpected Humanity of a Taco Bell Hiring Party  

The unexpected humanity of a corporate fast-food job fair A lot can be surmised about a party in the Manhattan neighborhood of Hell's Kitchen: There will be a mix of finance bros and the lifestyle bloggers who date them, tourists adventurous enough to head west of Times Square, young clubgoers whose fake IDs were turned away at Marquee. But this party had none of those things. One, it started at 8:30 a.m., when the finance bros are headed to work and the more dedicated clubgo...

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2019-04-27 09:12:00



Netflix's 'Street Food' Is Even Better Than its Sibling 'Chef's Table'  

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on April 26, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome back to Friday. I've got notes on three things to watch this weekend, including the best food show of 2019, so far. Here's what's new and good: Take a tour of Asia's ...

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2019-04-26 22:02:13






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