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Why Does the Mueller Report Mention Paul Manafort's 'Biggest Jar of Caviar'?  

The former Trump campaign chairman allegedly received a $40,000 jar of caviar, which would have been the size of a small dog The Department of Justice today released a redacted version of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report on Russian interference in the 2016 elections. There's a whole slew of issues of national significance to parse through, from President Trump telling Jeff Sessions, "this is the end of my presidency, I'm fucked," to the investigators being "u...

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2019-04-18 14:45:36



Watch Two Weird Short Films From Donald Glover: 'Polenta' and 'Avocado'   

Like many things in the Donald Glover/Childish Gambino universe, they are bizarre but also great Less than a week after delivering a scorching Coachella set and surprising his fans with a mini-thriller called Guava Island, Donald Glover dropped five odd short films on his @childishgambino Instagram feed this morning, including two food-themed clips. These strange little videos — all of which co-star comedian extraordinaire Mo'Nique — were made as part of the actor/writer/...

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2019-04-18 14:35:15



A Meatless McDonald's Burger Is a Given, So What's the Holdup?  

It's only a matter of time before the chain finally gives Americans plant-based patties It happened slowly, and then all at once. First came White Castle's Impossible slider, which Eater NY's Ryan Sutton hailed as "one of America's best fast-food burgers" in 2018. That slider just happened to be meatless, containing an Impossible Foods-branded patty made from soy protein, potato protein, coconut oil, sunflower oil, and heme, the ingredient that gives the burger the...

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2019-04-18 10:51:26



When a Meal Catches People at Their Most Vulnerable  

Chefs are turning to the pop-up dinner series to spotlight personal causes, raise money, and provide space for marginalized communities Just after the 2016 election, as the reality of the impending Trump presidency began to set in, groups of people gathered to ask themselves what happened. They wondered, and worried, about how the new administration would threaten their communities and values. And then, they mobilized. This sequence of events wasn't limited to activists. Acro...

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2019-04-18 10:32:35



San Antonio Will Vote Again on Banning Its Airport Chick-fil-A  

Plus, pickle chips are coming, and more news to start your day It's starting to feel like 2012 all over again As pro-Chick-fil-A protesters turned out to support the Christian fried chicken chain in Texas yesterday, the San Antonio city council is set to reconsider its decision to block the company from opening a location in the city's airport. One city councillor, Greg Brockhouse, used a procedural ploy to force another vote on the airport Chick-fil-A location; it's unc...

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2019-04-18 09:11:00



Embrace the Subtle Charm of Blue-and-White Enamel Trays  

These old-school trays are brightening up restaurant tables The next time you place a counter order for a sandwich, a salad, or a bowl, you'll be rung up, prompted to add a tip — and perhaps delivered your food on a sturdy, familiar, and very photogenic blue and white enamel tray. Blue and white enamel trays are seemingly everywhere. They're at Gjusta in Los Angeles, at Noosh in San Francisco, at the peak-2019 Gertie in Brooklyn, at Manhattan fast casual spot Mint, at Po...

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2019-04-17 16:20:00



Carl's Jr.'s 420 Burger Won't Make You High Enough to Eat Carl's Jr.  

Meanwhile, people are still being arrested for cannabis possession across America With 4/20 quickly approaching, brands around the country are unveiling weed inspired-campaigns with the eagerness of a sixth grader who's just discovered his brother's bong and can't wait to show it to his friends. Among them is Carl's Jr. — now officially the first fast-food chain to incorporate CBD into its food, but only in the legal weed capital of Denver, and only at a single locati...

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2019-04-17 12:14:29



A Brave Little Toaster, Gluten-Free Matzah, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on April 16, 2019, in "Add to Cart" — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. Late on Saturday night, I accidentally smashed a mason jar on my kitchen floor. It was just one of the many mason jars I've had for years, but I wasn't that upset about it. They were (relatively) cheap. They're not that precious. And t...

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2019-04-17 11:33:14



How Harry Potter and Emojis Became Part of Passover Seder  



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2019-04-17 11:29:07



Netflix's Pastry Disaster Show 'Nailed It!' Is Getting Three New International Spinoffs   

Because funny cake fails have global appeal After three American seasons and a Mexican spinoff, Netflix's cake fail-oriented baking show Nailed It! is also getting remakes for Spain, Germany, and France. In a letter to investors that was sent out yesterday, Netflix announced plans to make versions of the funny competition show for these new markets, while also noting that the Mexican iteration of Nailed It! had "three times more first-month watchers in Mexico than the dubb...

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2019-04-17 10:13:07



Man Throws Iguana at Ohio Restaurant Employee (Yes, Really)  

Plus, there might be poop on your raw meat, and more news to start your day Spare a thought for Copper the iguana The headline says it all on this story: "Man arrested after throwing iguana at restaurant manager." This, um, unique incident went down Tuesday morning in the Ohio town of Painesville, northeast of Cleveland. A 49-year-old man allegedly pulled an iguana named Copper out from under his shirt, swung it around by the tail (apparently hammer-throw style), flinging ...

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2019-04-17 10:00:00



Meet the Eater Young Guns Class of '19  

These up-and-comers are the rising stars of the restaurant world l Since Eater started giving out the awards in 2012, the goal of Young Guns has been to showcase the people who make the food and restaurant world worth obsessing over, whether through their work in the kitchen, the front-of-house, the office, or outside of traditional restaurant frameworks. And in 2019 — as rents in America's major cities rise, pricing operators out of the market; as culinary school...

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2019-04-16 13:35:48



All Out of Luck  

New Chinese restaurants that happen to be named Lucky Cricket, Lucky Cat, and Lucky Lee's lead to accusations of cultural appropriation Last week, many felt that a line was crossed when the Instagram account of a new restaurant in New York City's West Village, called Lucky Lee's, purported to serve a "clean" version of American Chinese food, sans MSG and the supposed "oily," "salty," and "icky" feeling with which American Chinese food leaves you. Owner Ari...

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2019-04-16 10:28:03



People Are Mad About Gigi Hadid Shilling for McDonald's at Coachella  

Plus, a "Game of Thrones" tribute made of pizza boxes, and more news to start your day Hadid's followers would like to remind you that McDonald's is unhealthy Supermodel Gigi Hadid stoked a very diet-conscious hornets nest, as she posted a sponsored ad for McDonald's for her 47 million Instagram followers. The single post (consisting of two photos) was uploaded in advance of Coachella, with Hadid writing "fed & hydrated, thanks friends" while holding a medium...

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2019-04-16 09:11:00



Christina Tosi's Milk Bar Gives Crack Pie a New, Less Offensive Name  

National writers and the public had pressured the bakery chain in recent weeks to abandon the word "crack" from its signature offering Crack Pie, one of the core recipes that rocketed Milk Bar to massive popularity, is getting a new name after increasing pressure from customers and the national food community. Going forward, the pie will be known as a Milk Bar Pie. Founder and pastry chef Christina Tosi confirmed the change to the trademarked name in a message posted to M...

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2019-04-15 12:43:04



The Sad Lunch Habit That Actually Brings Me Joy  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on April 13, 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 happen to work in a neighborhood (the Financial District in Manhattan) where many other people work. My company is made up of hundreds of people, and we only occupy two of the 30 floors in our buildin...

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2019-04-15 10:34:29



Pepsi Wants to Ruin the Night Sky by Projecting Ads Into It  

Plus, a mashed-potato bandit strikes a Mississippi city, and more news to start your day Are you an Aries, a Libra, or a Pepsi? In the newest progression towards full-scale late capitalist dystopia, Pepsi is planning to turn the night sky into its very own billboard. The soda company is partnering with Russian company Startrocket that will launch a gaggle of mini-satellites into space that will project advertisements on a temporary basis, resembling some kind of hideous new co

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2019-04-14 10:26:27



'SNL' Pokes Fun at Celebrity Wine Brands in 'Chalmers Reserve' Sketch Featuring Emma Stone  

This wine is so bad it might make your hair catch on fire SNL viewers who watched till the very end of last night's Emma Stone-hosted episode were treated to this bizarre little sketch about a truly awful celebrity-backed wine brand. The faux commercial for Chalmers Reserve Event Wine features reality TV stars Trett and Leezan Chalmers (played by Kenan Thompson and Cecily Strong), who briefly had a show called The Nastiest Summer Renters of Sag Harbor. Now they make one dolla...

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2019-04-13 09:12:00



On 'The Last O.G.,' Tracy Morgan Plays an Ex-Convict With Food Truck Dreams  

Weekend streaming recommendations and a roundup of the week's food pop culture news  This post originally appeared on April 12, 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. Before you blast off into the bright, beautiful weekend, I've got a few recommendations for what to watch on TV between now and Monday morning: a comedy, a drama, and a late night...

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2019-04-12 17:12:34



What Time Is the 'Game of Thrones' Premiere on Sunday, April 14? (So You Can Make Reservations at a Good Restaurant When Everyone's Watching!)  

Enjoy a different kind of "fire and ice" at your local restaurant or bar Even if you don't care about this show at all, the Season 8 launch of HBO's sword and sorcery saga Game of Thrones is worth keeping in mind for food lovers not because we're blatantly SEO trolling with this headline, nope — but because just by being aware of the launch time, you are going to be a savvier diner on Sunday night. Pro tip: Like during the Super Bowl, the premiere night will surely ...

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2019-04-12 16:17:51



Oprah Bought an Avocado Orchard Because Grocery Store Avocados Were Too Expensive  

The billionaire media mogul travels with her own avocados and bread Noted wealthy media mogul Oprah Winfrey was too thrifty to buy avocados at the store, so instead she bought a whole avocado orchard. The author, ethereal A Wrinkle in Time star, and restaurant investor appeared as a special guest on The Daily Show, where host Trevor Noah questioned whether there was anything in Oprah's life that could still be considered normal to the average person. After explaining that th...

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2019-04-12 13:53:54



How Cashless Restaurants Leave Economically Disadvantaged Americans Behind  

Eater's Serena Dai reports on the cons of going cashless More and more restaurants are going cashless, but it puts many Americans — especially the seven percent who don't have bank accounts — at a disadvantage. In this episode of Consider It, a Vox Entertainment Facebook Watch show, Eater NY editor Serena Dai discusses the backlash, the problems with cashless restaurants, and the legislation happening in cities around the country to require businesses to accept cash (c...

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2019-04-12 12:11:12



Disney's Streaming Service Will Include a Cooking Show Called 'Be Our Chef'  

The show will be hosted by Angela Kinsey of The Office As part of its plan to build a Netflix-esque streaming platform, Disney is producing a new cooking competition show that will feature families participating in food challenges at Walt Disney World. The new series, dubbed Be Our Chef, will land on Disney Plus during the first year of the service, which kicks off on November 12. Hosted by Angela Kinsey, the actor who played Angela on The Office, the series will feature "f...

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2019-04-12 10:32:57



TV Chef Rocco DiSpirito's Return to the NYC Restaurant Game  

On the Eater Upsell this week, the chef discusses his last two decades in and out of the spotlight Rocco DiSpirito, a superstar chef of the late '90s who pretty much left the New York restaurant world at the height of his fame, is back on the line. He's running the kitchen at the newly remodeled Standard Grill in New York, overseeing a mostly gluten and dairy-free menu with some "indulgences" like risotto and Baked Alaska sprinkled in the mix. On the Eater Upsell this ...

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2019-04-12 10:21:03



Study Suggests White Americans' Diets Contribute Most to Climate Change  

Plus, even more "Game of Thrones" cross-promotion, and other news to start your day Higher dairy consumption is one key reason A new study suggests that the diets of white Americans create more emissions than those of other racial or ethnic groups in the United States. In an article that Fox News types will likely construe as stoking race wars, Popular Science unpacked the details of the study, which appeared a week ago in the Journal of Industrial Ecology. The study loo...

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2019-04-12 09:12:00



Coffee Hacks and Croissant Secrets With SNL's Heidi Gardner   

A chat with the comedian about her favorite foods and funniest characters Over the last two seasons of SNL, Heidi Gardner has brought several hilarious characters to Weekend Update, including teen movie critic Bailey Gismert, and Angel, the girlfriend in every boxing movie. Last month, Gardner also memorably played a nervous Goop employee named Baskin Johns opposite surprise guest star Gwyneth Paltrow, who played another equally bewildered staffer of the lifestyle brand. Since

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2019-04-11 17:26:58



Watch the Trailer for Amy Poehler's Netflix Comedy, 'Wine Country'   

Poehler and her SNL pals take a romp through Napa Valley Wine Country, Amy Poehler's movie inspired by real vacations between the SNL veteran and her famous friends, is slated to premiere on Netflix May 10. The new trailer for the movie shows pals played by Poehler, Maya Rudolph, Rachel Dratch, Anna Gasteyer, Paula Pell, and Emily Spivey getting into all sorts of humorous scrapes around the wineries of California's Napa Valley. Rudolph falls off a piano at one point, their...

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2019-04-11 14:02:37



San Jose Will Sorta-Protest Its Upcoming Chick-fil-A by Making It 'the Gayest in the Country'  

The city hopes to "counter-signal" the chain's anti-LGBT donations by surrounding it in pride flags In recent weeks, Chick-fil-A has lost airport deals in San Antonio and Buffalo after a ThinkProgress report revealed that it continued to donate money to charitable groups that discriminated against LGBTQ people. (The news of the donations was a particular blow to those who have preferred to continue eating their chicken sandwiches without having to contend with how that co...

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2019-04-11 13:06:35



A Perfect 48 Hours of Eating at Disneyland Resort  

From scheduling rides to pacing out meals, here's how to pull off two delicious days at Disneyland and Disney California Adventure Theme park food normally brings to mind wilted hot dogs and sad soft serve cones, but Disney cares far too much about its culinary program to stoop so low at its original park. The perfect 48 hours in the Happiest Place on Earth are filled with much less junk food than you'd anticipate, with generous options for strong cocktails, sit-down dinner...

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2019-04-11 11:24:29



'Natural' Means Practically Nothing When It Comes to Food  

How processed foods like Cheetos and antibiotic-filled meat can still be labeled "natural" on the supermarket shelf A judge in Washington, D.C. Superior court has dismissed a lawsuit against meat conglomerate Hormel that once again highlights the murky nature of products labeled as "natural" — a term that's become more popular in recent years in grocery aisles. The lawsuit filed by the animal rights group Animal Legal Defense Fund claimed that Hormel "engaged in p...

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2019-04-11 10:42:57



Michigan Schools Ban Grubhub After Too Many Pizza Deliveries for Students  

Plus, soul queen Patti LaBelle is getting into frozen Chinese food business, and more news to start your day School staff have better things to do than handle pizza deliveries A number of Michigan schools have had to ban students from using apps like Uber Eats and Grubhub to order delivery direct to school. The Detroit Free Press writes that some schools were seeing up to 15 deliveries per day come through the doors (pizza seems to be the most popular choice), with kids whippi

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2019-04-11 09:11:00



Watch the Exhilarating Trailer for Netflix's 'Street Food'   

The new series from the makers of "Chef's Table" will look at cuisine from nine Asian countries The makers of Chef's Table have a new series headed to Netflix later this month that will focus on renowned chefs who cook inexpensive food in modest, family-run restaurants and hawker stalls throughout Asia. In the just-released trailer for Street Food, chefs are shown preparing a dizzying array of noodles, seafood dishes, roasted meats, soups, and snacks. It's clear from ...

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2019-04-10 12:17:43



When You Can't Hear a Thing in the Dining Room  

Decibel levels in dining rooms shouldn't be an afterthought It's Friday night. You walk into one of the city's hottest restaurants and, like a wave, it hits you: There's a 45-minute wait for a table, a mob at the bar, servers zigzagging across the dining room, and plates rolling out of the open kitchen. Everything appears to be normal — the restaurant is operating in a routine fashion — but you can't hear yourself think because the sounds are deafening. Over the...

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2019-04-10 12:01:18



KFC's Newest Colonel Is a Creepy CGI Parody of an Instagram Influencer  

He's got a serious hashtag, a sick tattoo, and a girlfriend who's also completely fake KFC, the fast food chain that loves an oddball stunt, announces a casting change for its spokesperson, the Colonel, today. But instead of tapping a famous actor to fill out the white suit, KFC is using a computer-generated bro that the company is calling "Virtual Influencer Colonel." As his name implies, this dude loves living the good life and posing for photos on Instagram with his...

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2019-04-10 10:47:04



Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Taipei   

Raw, Taïrroir, and Sushi Amamoto have two stars in the latest Michelin guide Today in Michelin news, it's the 2019 stars for Taipei. The second-ever edition of the guide from the French purveyor of tires and guidebooks features three new two-starred restaurants and four new one-starred restaurants. Two of the new two-star restaurants both appeared in the guide last year with one star. There's Taïrroir, a modern Taiwanese restaurant from chef Kai Ho, and Raw, the essenti...

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2019-04-10 10:38:31



Trump Wants to Make European Wine, Cheese, and Olive Oil More Expensive  

Plus, an ancient Roman fast-food counter, and more news to start your day Would you like extra cheese with your trade war? Prices could be going up on a long list of European foods from blue cheese to yogurt, as the Trump administration proposes new trade tariffs on a wide range of imports from the European Union. The rationale? The EU subsidizes aircraft manufacturers like Boeing and Airbus, so the U.S. is going to pick a petty fight by making it harder for them to export foo

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2019-04-10 10:23:36



A Meat Lover's Textbook, a Feminist Fruit Tote, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter Confession: I have failed to keep my KeepCup. I planned to, obviously. That's the whole point of KeepCups, the glass-and-plastic coffee mugs designed for reuse. After Eater covered the growing popularity of KeepCups and other attractive reusable to-go cups, I bought myself one, excited to buy my way into a lifestyle change and become the environmentally conscious, self-possessed human I aspired to be. I should hav...

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2019-04-09 18:11:07



There's Too Much Yogurt  

Recent data indicate that yogurt sales are declining because of the innumerable options on grocery store shelves The feverish yogurt boom is over. Or, then again, maybe yogurt makers are just getting started. Data on the yogurt market show that U.S. yogurt sales are declining after years of explosive growth that begat a veritable smorgasbord of interpretations of the creamy, fermented goo (See: Greek! Icelandic! French! Probiotic!) on grocery store shelves. Has America reached

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2019-04-09 16:00:28



The Eight Biggest Food Stories of March  

This week on The Upsell, we discuss vertically sliced bagels, Mitt Romney's birthday cake, the Impossible Whopper, and more On the latest episode of The Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the biggest food stories of March. We discuss what's new in baseball stadium dining, the fracas around the launch of food writer Mark Bittman's new Medium site, twitter's reaction to a vertically-sliced bagel, the bizarre way Mitt Romney blows out birthday candles, Samsung's fridge-foc...

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2019-04-09 13:23:54



Detroit-Style Pizza Is Having a Moment. But Are Its Originators Getting Left Behind?  

Buddy's invented the Detroit-style square, and now it's looking to capitalize on the trend — in a sea of new competitors It all started in the kitchen at Buddy's Rendezvous way back in 1946. At the bunker-like restaurant and bar, situated in a neighborhood about a 15-minute drive from Detroit's city center, Buddy's owner Gus Guerra took a Sicilian-style pizza recipe with thick, focaccia-like crust and adapted it by gently pressing dough into rectangular blue steel p...

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2019-04-09 12:35:19



We All Scream  

How ultra-premium, super-artisanal, impossibly indie ice cream took over the supermarket freezer case Ice cream is not the American Dream, not exactly. It's more like the American Way. It has countless stories to tell, and anyone can tell them. Walk up to the freezers at Whole Foods and stare at the rows and rows of primo pints. Which will you choose? Will it be a Van Leeuwen, wrapped in clean, modern, Easter egg monochrome? A whimsically hand-doodled Ample Hills? Or a McConn...

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2019-04-09 11:21:05



Will the Fab Five Give Gritty a Makeover on Queer Eye's Rumored Philly Season?  

Casting fliers for Netflix's hit makeover show have started popping up around the city Netflix-branded Queer Eye casting fliers have been spotted around Philadelphia recently, suggesting that the members of the Fab Five are headed to the City of Brotherly Love to film a new season of the hit lifestyle makeover show in the near future. A photo of one of these fliers was posted to Reddit yesterday, and a few other pics of the casting call announcements are floating around Twitt...

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2019-04-09 10:55:00



Who Ever Heard of a Hotel Mini Bar With $2 Drinks?  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on April 6, 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. Last month, while I was in Austin, I stayed at the Carpenter Hotel, a new boutique hotel run by the former co-owner of the Ace Hotel group. I chose it because I knew Christina Knowlton and her husband An...

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2019-04-09 10:25:33



Saving Money by Tipping Servers Less Is a Life Hack, According to CNBC  

Plus, dollar cans of wine, and more news to start your day Apparently, being stingy is a "life hack" Your daily cringe comes courtesy of CNBC, with a video that promises a "tipping trick" that could save you money, but only delivers a smug man in a plaid shirt telling you to stiff your server. The "clever" advice from reporter Zack Guzman is to tip on the pre-tax amount on a restaurant bill. This way, you can snottily tell your server that you scraped together an a...

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2019-04-09 09:32:00



Embrace the Early-Morning Breakfast Road Trip  

Why you should plan to eat breakfast somewhere far from home This post originally appeared in the April 8, 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. On a recent Sunday, I got up around 8 o'clock, made some coffee, and got into the car to drive 25 miles for bread. The bread was sold out, so I got tacos nearby instead,...

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2019-04-09 09:11:00



Charleston Stalwart Hominy Grill Closing After 24 Years  



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2019-04-08 12:01:36



Bok Choy Isn't 'Exotic'  

A young generation of Asian-American farmers is reclaiming Asian vegetables — and in the process, their own culinary heritage Scott Chang-Fleeman was in his second year of apprenticing at the farm and garden program at the University of California Santa Cruz when he began a project growing Chinese vegetables. Having grown up in West Los Angeles as a biracial, third-generation Chinese American, he didn't know a lot about farming, nor did he have a strong connection to his Ch...

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2019-04-08 11:58:52



Acclaimed Pastry Chef Deletes Racist Easter Egg Instagram Following Backlash  

Frank Haasnoot faced criticism from followers after sharing a photo of a new pastry creation, a chocolate Easter egg smoking a blunt On Saturday, acclaimed Dutch pastry chef Frank Haasnoot — a previous winner of the World Chocolate Masters competition — shared a photo of a new Easter creation: a black chocolate egg with dopey eyes, a crown, a gold chain, and a gigantic blunt. The post quickly generated hundreds of comments and likes — including a "fave" by acclaimed b...

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2019-04-08 11:06:21



Burger King Accused of Racism Over Tacky Chopsticks Ad in New Zealand  

Plus, Heston Blumenthal is losing money, and more news to start your day Are we done with embarrassing chopsticks jokes yet? Burger King in New Zealand is drawing negative attention for a tasteless advertisement showing people awkwardly attempting to eat entire burgers with chopsticks. The ad was a promotion for the chain's "Vietnamese Sweet Chilli Tendercrisp" burger, and appeared as a sponsored Instagram post. It has since been removed from the company's social medi...

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2019-04-06 09:15:00



The New 'Twilight Zone' Is a Feast for the Eyes   

Weekend streaming recommendations and a roundup of the week's food pop culture news  This post originally appeared on April 5, 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. Did you get fooled by an internet prank this week? I thought that, on the whole, the April Fools' jokes were pretty lame except for Lucas Peterson's masterful LA Times satire about...

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2019-04-05 14:19:41



Jiggly Japanese Pancakes Have Landed in San Francisco  



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2019-04-05 12:43:46



From Johnnie Walker to Oreos, Brands Are Going Ham on 'Game of Thrones' Merch  

Plus, McDonald's takes a knife to its late-night menu, and more news to start your day Also: GoT burgers, Mountain Dew, and sneakers The eighth (and final) season of Game of Thrones premieres April 14, and all of the brands from distilleries to athletic wear companies are angling to squeeze some relevance and profits out of it. With nine days to go, fans can invest in a range of GoT-branded products that have absolutely no relevance within the world of Westeros whatsoever....

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2019-04-04 16:24:10



Why Beer Is Becoming More Like Juice  



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2019-04-04 12:12:13



Are Fast-Food Corporations Ever Worthy of Forgiveness?  

Chick-fil-A said it would no longer get involved with social issues, but recent donations to anti-LGBTQ groups suggest it totally duped the libs For many latte-chugging, Rachel Maddow-watching urban elites, over the last couple of years, Chick-fil-A had become a reasonably safe space to patronize again. Back in 2012, progressive types positively fumed at the Atlanta-based chicken chain after CEO Dan Cathy revealed that Chick-fil-A-affiliated foundation WinShape donated large su

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2019-04-04 11:29:51



Will the Real Burger King Please Stand Up?  

The original opened in Illinois in 1954 — and has nothing to do with the makers of the Whopper, a $28 billion company The Burger King in Mattoon, Illinois, is not your typical Burger King. You won't find Whoppers or chicken fries on the menu, and while there is a drive-up window, it won't resemble almost any other modern drive-thru with a two-way speaker. Instead, you'll find fresh burgers with beef straight from the meat market, a single window, and employees who run o...

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2019-04-04 10:42:28



Whole Foods Price Drops Are an Ad for Amazon Prime Memberships in Disguise  

Plus, Heinz creates another sauce for very lazy people, and more news to start your day Be prepared to pay up for Prime if you want to get discounts Amazon started this week by attempting to lure more customers into Whole Foods by announcing that it would be "slashing" prices (again) — but really, the company just wants to lure you to join Amazon Prime. While Whole Foods described the price cuts on "hundreds" of items as its "biggest investment in lowering prices...

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2019-04-04 09:11:00



Where Chefs Get Restaurant-Level Ceramics on Etsy  

This Seattle-based artist creates stunning dishes for restaurants, cookbooks, and more Monika Dalkin started making ceramics as a hobby. As a physical therapist based in Seattle, Dalkin says, "working in clay and using my hands was an extension of my profession." It wasn't until over a decade later, when her daughter Gaby Dalkin was ramping up her cooking blog, What's Gaby Cooking, that her hobby turned pro. Gaby had hired professional to do the photography and food sty...

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2019-04-03 14:42:10



Famed Publican Group to Open a Seafood-Focused French Cafe in Chicago  

Cafe Cancale will replace Publican Anker this summer

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2019-04-03 13:16:47



Ruth Reichl Says Netflix Is Turning One of Her Memoirs Into a Series  

The streaming titan bought her book "Comfort Me With Apples" with plans for an adaptation Former Gourmet editor and New York Times critic Ruth Reichl says that a memoir about her early days as a food writer is going to be the subject of a new eight-part series on Netflix. The food world legend revealed plans for the TV adaptation of her second memoir Comfort Me With Apples this week while promoting her newest autobiographical work Save Me the Plums. "Netflix just bough...

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2019-04-03 10:02:45



Japanese Hotel Launches Unnecessary $900 Burger to Celebrate New Emperor  

Plus, the inventor of instant cocoa dies, and more news to start your day It's ten inches wide, and weighs over six pounds Japan is getting a new emperor on May 1, and one restaurant at the Grand Hyatt Tokyo is "celebrating" by creating a $900 burger laden with rich people accoutrements. Named the Golden Giant Burger, it's nearly 10 inches in diameter, and the patty alone is 2.2 pounds. It then has even more beef thrown on top in the form of kuroge wagyu steak, as well...

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2019-04-03 09:32:53



A Very Good Chef's Knife, a Salty Umbrella, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter It started with a dish rack. I don't remember where I saw it first — maybe on Food52's website. But I definitely know I saw it later — with its clean, straight edges, in muted gray, framed by elegant wood handles — at my friend's house. It was sitting on her polished-wood countertops, beneath artfully arranged shelves and near a window through which sun poured onto it. When your kitchen could look that lov...

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2019-04-02 16:53:18



Next Daniel Patterson Collab Is Guamanian Restaurant Prubechu   



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2019-04-02 16:49:08



Kourtney Kardashian's Organic Wine Recommendations Are Surprisingly Good  

The suggested drops on the reality star's new lifestyle blog Poosh are thoughtful — and actually affordable There's a new Kardashian product in the world, and its name is Poosh — a lifestyle blog from one of the reality sisters that's not only a "curated experience," but also a "destination for modern living." The Kardashian in question here is Kourtney, who says she started the brand because she was inundated with Instagram direct messages from fans seeking a...

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2019-04-02 13:09:46



Canceling a Bad Man Is Just the Beginning   

What the curious case of Paul Qui tells us about how the restaurant industry should handle accused chefs At the beginning of 2016, chef Paul Qui was on top of the world. He was building a culinary empire, with multiple establishments in Austin and a chic hotel restaurant in Miami, and had earned effusive praise from restaurant critics and diners alike. He was a James Beard Award winner and, four years prior, he even won Bravo's Top Chef Texas. But by the end of March, Qui h...

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2019-04-02 12:41:31



Chick-fil-A Dropped From Second Airport Over Support for Anti-LGBTQ Groups   

The Buffalo Niagara International Airport is a no-fly zone for the pious fried chicken sandwich chain For the second time in two weeks, conservative-leaning chain Chick-fil-A has been blocked from opening a new restaurant in an airport. According to New York State Assemblyman Sean Ryan, plans to open a Chick-fil-A in the food court of the Buffalo Niagara International Airport have been scrapped because of the chain's history of donating to groups with anti-LGBTQ agendas. Las...

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2019-04-02 11:09:29



Trump's Labor Department Just Made It Harder for Fast-Food Workers to Sue Corporations  

Plus, Colonel Sanders launches a DJ career, and more news to start your day So it'll probably be harder for workers to get compensation The U.S. Labor Department is reportedly set to bring in laws that would prevent workers at franchised restaurant chains from suing their corporate overlords for labor violations. That means, for example, if a franchised McDonald's restaurant (i.e. most of them) failed to pay employees correctly, those employees could only sue the franchise...

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2019-04-02 09:11:00



Bobby Flay's Shark Is Here  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on March 30, 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. So it's not exactly Miranda Priestly's theory of trickle-down cerulean, but I have to note it is funny to see the au courant blue banquette that was everywhere at the dawn of 2018 has made its way to...

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2019-04-01 15:30:26



The Best (and Worst) April Fools' Day 2019 Food Pranks   

From McDonald's shake sauce to Starbucks for pups, here's how restaurants and food brands celebrated April 1 At a time when oddball memes like St. Louis-style bagels and baby cheese face are popping up left and right, it can be hard for corporate April Fools' Day jokes to make much noise on the internet. But that doesn't stop chain restaurants, newspaper food sections, and snack companies from trying their hands at comedy on April 1. Here's a roundup of notable April ...

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2019-04-01 14:45:00



At Noma, Every Day Is April Fools' Day With These Trompe l'Oeil Dishes  

Rene Redzepi proves that any food can look like something it's not if your kitchen team works hard enough at it Congratulations to world-renowned chef Rene Redzepi for proving that the Venn diagram for "dad jokes about food" and "intensely technical cooking" is, in fact, a circle. At Noma, the chef's Copenhagen fine-dining restaurant widely considered to be one of the best restaurants in the world, Redzepi has long worked from the theory that his food should expr...

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2019-04-01 12:45:14



Ken Friedman's Latest Partnership Falls Apart  

After social media backlash, North Fork Roasting Company's Jennilee Morris and Jess Dunne have decided not to work with the accused restaurateur Less than a week after Eater NY broke the news that disgraced restaurateur Ken Friedman planned to partner with North Fork Roasting Company on a new project in Long Island, New York, that deal is over. Edible East End reports that Jennilee Morris and Jess Dunne, co-owners of the popular North Fork coffee shop, changed their minds abo...

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2019-04-01 12:01:00



When You See a Stranger Being Creepy in a Bar, the Worst Thing You Can Do Is Nothing  

Advice from a bartender on how to makes bars a safe space for workers and guests This is Eater Voices, where chefs, restaurateurs, writers, and industry insiders share their perspectives about the food world, tackling a range of topics through the lens of personal experience. First-time writer? Don't worry, we'll pair you with an editor to make sure your piece hits the mark. If you want to write an Eater Voices essay, please send us a couple paragraphs explaining what you w...

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2019-04-01 11:01:00



How Black Chefs Are Pushing Back Against the Racism Rooted in the Cannabis Industry  

Black chefs cooking with cannabis are reclaiming the traditions of medicinal cooking When chef Megon Dee-Cave moved to Portland, Oregon, with her family in 2016, she did it with the goal of learning more about cannabis. Five years earlier, when she owned her own bakery in Baltimore, customers began inquiring about edibles, which led her to experiment with combining cannabis and food for the first time. Once in Portland, she immersed herself in the recreational industry, only to

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2019-04-01 10:47:13



Take Comfort in the Fact That Guy Fieri and Smash Mouth's Steve Harwell Are Friends  

Burger King starts serving the Impossible Burger, and more news to start your day The Brotherhood of the Traveling Oakleys pic.twitter.com/JRQx94NeaV— Smash Mouth (@smashmouth) March 31, 2019 Twitter users were shocked and amazed to see Smash Mouth singer Steve Harwell hanging out with Guy Fieri at the Food Network star's palatial Northern California ranch this weekend. This pairing really shouldn't come as much of a surprise, though: The mayors of Flavortown...

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2019-03-30 09:12:00



'Abby's' Is like 'Cheers,' But in a Backyard (and Not as Funny)  

Weekend streaming recommendations and a roundup of the week's food pop culture news  This post originally appeared on March 29, 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, I hope you made it through Vertically Sliced BagelGate in one piece. I've got some recommendations for what to watch this weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-related entert...

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2019-03-29 10:42:35



Texas Attorney General Fights Attempt to Ban Chick-fil-A From the San Antonio Airport  

Plus, Taco Bell is testing churro doughnuts and more news to start the day Texas Attorney General fights for right to eat Chick-fil-A at the airport Here we are in 2019, where eating Chick-fil-A is apparently a constitutional right. Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has launched an investigation to determine whether the city of San Antonio violated First Amendment rights when it voted to block a Chick-fil-A franchise from opening a location inside the city's airport, the Tex...

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2019-03-29 09:12:00



Ruth Reichl on Why Gourmet's Website Was Doomed From the Start  

Read an excerpt from her new memoir 'Save Me the Plums' In 2009, Conde Nast shuttered its premiere food magazine Gourmet after 68 years in business. It was a shock to readers, food lovers, media world watchers, and restaurant industry reporters. It was a shock to Ruth Reichl, the woman at the helm. "A world without Gourmet was unimaginable," Reichl writes in her new memoir Save Me the Plums, where she recounts the full story of her decade at the magazine for the first ...

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2019-03-28 14:09:56



Does the Trash Can in My Kitchen Really Need to Spark Joy?  

In the age of Instagram, hyper-functional kitchen items are more deliberately beautiful and on-trend Like many New Yorkers, I've acquired various odds and ends for my apartment from someone else's stoop, where still-usable things often go when a person is done with them. Ideally they're marked with a "NO BEDBUGS!" sign. I got my dish rack this way: I'd just moved into a new place, didn't have one, and there it was on the steps of a brownstone, looking reasonably c...

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2019-03-28 12:23:16



'Shrill' Shreds Hollywood Stereotypes About How Women of Size Eat   

In Hulu's new dramedy, the joy of food isn't reserved for thin women The first time you see Annie, the protagonist of the new Hulu show Shrill, eating, her meal doesn't look particularly pleasant. Played by SNL cast member Aidy Bryant, Annie grabs a plastic container from the fridge, opening it to reveal three white disks — supposedly pancakes — from a Tupperware labeled "Thin Menu." While standing in her kitchen, she tries to break off a slab, puts it in her mout...

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2019-03-28 10:51:24



Potato Skin Fan Sues TGI Fridays Over Misleading Chip Packaging  

Sandra Oh takes "the marshmallow test," and more news to start the day Litigious snack fan shocked to find skin-less potato skins A woman in New York City is suing flair-loving chain TGI Fridays for selling a packaged "potato skins" snack that contains potato flakes and potato starch, but no actual potato skins. According to the suit, Solange Troncoso bought a bag of the sour cream and onion-flavored chips at a bodega in the Bronx but claims that she would not have f...

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2019-03-28 10:29:09



Watch: Why Los Angeles Has the Most Exciting Filipino Food in America  

The core of Ma'am Sir's dishes is Filipino, but the local LA influences are unmistakable Chef Charles Olalia's first pop-up centered around Filipino food was held at LA's Papilles in 2015; it was also my first Filipino pop-up. The dinner was the first time I experienced Filipino food in a new way — something that was highly reminiscent of what I grew up with but completely turned on its head. If there's any meal that lead to Halo Halo, it was this one. I asked Olal...

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2019-03-27 18:01:26



Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Budapest, Vienna, Zagreb, and More  

Amador in Vienna gets three Michelin stars in the "Main Cities of Europe" guide Today Michelin, the French tire company with an expensive restaurant habit, announced the 2019 Michelin stars for what it calls the "Main Cities of Europe." The 38th edition of the red guide includes 38 cities in 22 countries. For the first time, restaurants in Zagreb and Dubrovnik, Croatia and Reykjavik, Iceland make an appearance in the guide. There's just one new three-star restaurant ...

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2019-03-27 16:14:27



Internet Continues to Dunk on 'St. Louis Style' Crime Against Bagels  

#bagelgate is the best thing on Twitter today A crime is being committed against bagels and it's happening in St. Louis. A photo of "a St Louis secret" — vertically... sliced... bagels — is making the internet rounds today, creating quite a debate. Yes, bagels in St. Louis are apparently being sliced like a loaf of bread despite having a hole in the middle and being completely unlike a loaf of bread. Perhaps this special slicing method should have stayed a secret. As ...

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2019-03-27 12:20:15



Eater Editors Debate Vertically Slicing Bagels Like Bread  

Cool or nah? A photo of bagels cut up into super-thin vertical slices like Wonder Bread caused quite a stir on Twitter this morning. And mere moments ago, the editors of of Eater.com were fiercely debating this practice, which is purportedly some St. Louis thing. Here now are both sides of the issue, from the Slack channel of Eater's news team: EaterMB: Ew. This is fucked up. EaterBH: The center pieces would be so obnoxious and unwieldy. EaterGM: I'm here for this, espe...

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2019-03-27 11:17:41



Here Are the 2019 James Beard Awards Restaurant, Chef, and Media Finalists   

The full list of nominees Today, the James Beard Foundation announced its 2019 slate of finalists. This "short list" of nominees honors the year's outstanding restaurants, chefs, and food-centric journalism, books, and broadcast media. Last month, the Beard Awards released its long list of restaurant and chef awards semifinalists, and with it, a reminder that the awards, considered among the highest honors in American hospitality, are continuing to strive for diversity....

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2019-03-27 10:49:24



McDonald's Says It Won't Lobby Against Minimum Wage Increases in America  

Plus, NBA-branded caviar, and more news to start your day But the company isn't telling franchisees to pay more, either Politico has revealed that McDonald's is no longer going to lobby against minimum wage increases at any level of government (federal, state, or local). The giant company also appears to support some kind of increase: a representative for the company wrote to the National Restaurant Association stating that higher wages should be phased in. The company ...

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2019-03-27 10:29:59



The Kitchen Renegade  

At El Departamento de la Comida, one of Puerto Rico's most visible recovery organizations, chef Verónica Quiles runs the show It's morning in San Salvador, a rural community in Caguas, Puerto Rico, just 45 minutes outside of San Juan. The coqui have quieted their nightly chorus, and the roosters clock in for morning shift, sending a staggered series of crows across the distant hillsides. Wind rustles the serrated leaves of the breadfruit trees, and a pleasant breeze blows ...

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2019-03-26 17:46:23



America's Obsession With Oat Milk Is Hurting the Dairy Industry  

Milk sales were down by more than a billion dollars in 2018, while the market for plant milk alternatives keeps growing Your oat milk obsession is hurting America's dairy industry, you monsters: The Dairy Farmers of America, which represents roughly 30 percent of milk producers in the U.S., revealed this month that its total sales 2018 had dropped by roughly $1.1 billion dollars compared to the previous year. The organization attributes the drop in net sales to a $1.45 decrea...

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2019-03-26 17:21:40



Gay Presidential Hopeful Pete Buttigieg Disagrees With Chick-fil-A's Politics but Digs the Sandwiches  

The mayor of South Bend, Indiana had a thoughtful response to a question about the chain this morning During his whirlwind tour of New York this week, openly gay presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg — aka "Mayor Pete" — stopped by popular syndicated radio program the Breakfast Club to talk with hosts Angela Yee and Charlamagne Tha God about a wide range of topics including his stance on conservative-leaning chicken sandwich purveyor Chick-fil-A. The question about t...

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2019-03-26 13:02:00



The Only Thing You Should Eat at the Airport Is Chicken Nuggets  

Stay away from the taco salad This post originally appeared on March 25, 2019, in the inaugural edition of The Move, a newsletter 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. With several notable exceptions, airports are, by and large, culinary wastelands. Much like those $5 bottles of water hawked at their newsstands, airport food is stupidly expensive a...

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2019-03-26 12:48:57



Why You're Likely Going to Hear More About Being 'Sober Curious'  



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2019-03-26 12:02:00



This Bow Tie Pasta Isn't for Kids  

In 2019, a dish with a gimmick-free sense of humor is a welcome bite At the buzzy Philadelphia restaurant Musi, chef Ari Miller is serving a bow tie pasta with silk chile, lemon butter, and parsley, accompanied by a particularly cheeky menu description: "The silk chili is from Kahramanmaras, Turkey. This dish is from the kid's menu." I had to order it, and I found myself giggling as it hit the table: Here I was in the middle of dinner at a hot new restaurant, a dinner tha...

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2019-03-26 11:29:04



'The Kitchen at Per Se Was a Clean Place but Hard and Heartless Too'  

Kwame Onwuachi's memoir, "Notes From a Young Black Chef," reveals kitchen abuse at Thomas Keller's NYC restaurant With Notes From a Young Black Chef, Kwame Onwuachi proves that 29 isn't too young to write a memoir. With his first book, the chef of D.C. restaurant Kith and Kin takes readers through his childhood in the Bronx, where he learned to cook from his mother who ran her own catering company, to an adolescent stint in Nigeria, to selling drugs to his college cla...

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2019-03-26 11:17:56



Watch Jimmy Fallon Take a Tour of Famously Exclusive NYC Restaurant Rao's  

The late-night host learns how to make the restaurant's red sauce and meatballs As part of a special Tonight Show episode shot entirely on a Samsung phone, Jimmy Fallon hit up a few of his favorite New York City places last night, including impossibly exclusive East Harlem Italian restaurant Rao's. In the clip, Fallon sits down with co-owner Frank Pellegrino, Jr. who explains the restaurant's unusual seating policy. "It's basically squatters' rights," he says. ...

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2019-03-26 10:29:50



Toast the Constitution With a Ruth Bader Ginsburg Beer  

Plus, Milk Bar is making chocolate birthday cakes, and more news to start your day But you'll have to go to Boston to get it Boston beer brand Sam Adams is releasing a beer in honor of Supreme Court judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Fittingly for Ginsburg's (at-times) fiery dissents, it's a spicy Belgian IPA, named "When There Are Nine," in reference to the judge's response to a question about when there would be enough women on the Supreme Court. An event page for the be...

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2019-03-26 10:20:56



Asia's 50 Best Restaurants: Winners Announced for 2019   

Here are the official rankings Today, the restaurant ranking organization behind the World's 50 Best Restaurants announced its list of Asia's 50 Best Restaurants. This year, Odette restaurant in Singapore takes the No. 1 spot. Asia's 50 Best Restaurants is one of two region-specific lists from the World's 50 Best Restaurants team. Because that list heavily favors fine dining European restaurants and cuisines, the World's 50 Best organization highlights other kinds ...

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2019-03-26 09:51:19



The Unexpected Power of Hunger  

In 1878, a group of jailed Russian dissidents decided to stop eating. They had recently been tried for treason and were being held indefinitely in an island prison. With no certain end to their confinement, they made a gamble: Starving to death couldn't be worse than how they were living. If the prison was a graveyard, these inmates were residents in a crypt. The thick stone walls had only the idea of windows, as useless for expelling the stove smoke as they were for w...

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2019-03-26 09:11:00



Amy Poehler's Movie 'Wine Country' Is Based on Real Vacations With Her 'SNL' Friends   

The comedy premieres on Netflix later this spring Wine Country, a Netflix movie featuring six hilarious SNL veterans running amok through Napa Valley wineries, is easily one of the most anticipated comedies of the year. And now, director/producer/co-star Amy Poehler and her BFF/co-star Maya Rudolph tell Vanity Fair that the film was inspired by a few memorable vacations that the comedians and their famous friends took together in real life. The first of these trips was a jaun

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2019-03-25 16:53:01



Why I Related so Strongly to Ruth Reichl's New Memoir  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on March 23, 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 got the chance to interview Ruth Reichl, along with my co-host Daniel Geneen, for our podcast, the Eater Upsell. I asked Ruth to come on the show because I completely devoured the preview co...

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2019-03-25 11:44:53



Chick-fil-A Loses San Antonio Airport Deal Over Donations to Anti-LGBTQ Groups  

The city council removed the fried chicken sandwich chain from a seven-year concessions deal Pious, conservative-leaning chicken sandwich chain Chick-fil-A has been dropped from the concessions lineup of the San Antonio International Airport due to the company's support of anti-LGBTQ organizations. Last week, the San Antonio City Council approved an amendment to a seven-year agreement for Terminal A concessions that removed Chick-fil-A from the plans. "San Antonio is a ...

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2019-03-25 10:51:38



Why Close a World-Famous Restaurant?  

Getting Michelin stars is a goal for many chefs, but for some, it's also a sign it's time to move on On November 21, 2018, Spanish chef Dani García received a third Michelin star for his eponymous restaurant in Spain's Andalusia region. After 20 years working in fine dining, he had reached the peak of his career, joining the 10 other Spanish restaurants that received the famous French guide's highest accolade that year. The chef joyfully took the stage at the Carlos Lo...

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2019-03-25 10:36:48






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