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What 2020 Democratic Presidential Candidates' Comfort Food Preferences Say About Them  

A New York Times interview series uncovers what the candidates are craving This morning, the New York Times debuted an impressive series of interviews with 21 of the Democrats running in the 2020 presidential election, with videos capturing candidates' answers to the same set of questions. One of those questions is: "What is your comfort food on the campaign trail?" The campaign trail, which is long and often grueling, is not known for being a culinary highlight (in the...

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2019-06-19 14:27:57



To Understand the Tortured Souls of 'Billions,' Follow the Bread  

The latest season of Showtime's food-obsessed show turns its attention from meat to humble baked goods They called it Billions for a reason. When the show made its debut on Showtime in January 2016, its maximalism was its defining characteristic, the secret sauce that made it feel fresh and new in a prestige-TV economy where difficult men were still the dominant currency. It's not like the medium hadn't already witnessed alpha males duking it out in expensive rooms, or ch...

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2019-06-19 13:01:04



Americans Just Want Immigrants for the Food  

Psst, you're doing "humanizing the other" wrong In 2016, Donald Trump posed in front of a taco bowl, fresh from Trump Tower Grill, and declared "I love Hispanics!" It fooled only the very gullible. Taco bowls, while delicious, are to Mexico what unlimited salad and breadsticks are to Tuscany, and his love for one didn't stop him from trapping hundreds of Latinx migrants at border camps. Trump can eat as many taco bowls as he wants, but he's still racist. Unfortun...

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2019-06-19 11:10:32



Anthony Bourdain Scholarship Created to Help Culinary Students Study Abroad  

Eric Ripert and Jose Andres worked with the Culinary Institute of America on this tribute to the Parts Unknown star One year after Anthony Bourdain's death, the culinary school where the chef/author/TV host learned to cook is introducing a travel-based scholarship in his memory. The Anthony Bourdain Legacy Scholarship will provide grant money to one or more Culinary Institute of America students per year to study abroad. Bourdain was a student at the school's Hyde Park, Ne...

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2019-06-19 11:05:35



RIP 'Lindsay Lohan's Beach Club,' 2018-2019  

Plus, Papa John's has an unexpected new spokesperson, and more news to start your day Lindsay has retired her champagne gun and her TV show If you were hoping to visit Lindsay Lohan's beach club on the Greek island of Mykonos, well, you'd better get a time machine and warp back to the blissful summer of 2018, because after just one season, both the resort and MTV show that featured it are dead. Lohan's club — which served 15 Euro ($17) "Lohan Coladas" — is repo...

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2019-06-19 09:22:00



Like a Kid in a Japanese Convenience Store  

Conbini are a way of life in Japan. Now, chefs are bringing their katsu sandos, egg salads, and onigiri stateside In Japan, the convenience store (or conbini) is more than just a sporadically used urban amenity, visited for snacks, beer, and slushies — it's a neighborhood institution, offering everything from banking and photocopy services to bento boxes and clean restrooms. It's starkly different than the spartan North American equivalent: convenient for beer and snacks,...

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2019-06-18 16:59:15



'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee' and 'Queer Eye' Both Return to Netflix Next Month  

Two of the streaming titan's food-filled hits are coming back for new seasons in July Sitcom star turned-accidental 2010s fashion icon Jerry Seinfeld is readying another season of his hit interview show Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee for Netflix. These new episodes will feature Seinfeld chatting with 11 of his famous friends, including Jamie Foxx, Melissa Villaseñor, Eddie Murphy, Ricky Gervais, Seth Rogen, Bridget Everett, and Martin Short. As always, Seinfeld will pick ...

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2019-06-18 16:53:04



No Matter the Hack, Some Kitchen Tasks Will Always Be a Pain in the Ass  

The latest viral video represents our hope that, one day, we won't have to put in the work It looks too easy, the way she slides the knife in and pops the cloves out. For anyone who has attempted to peel 40 cloves of garlic for a chicken stew, who needs to mince tablespoon upon tablespoon for a recipe, it was almost infuriating how effortlessly these hands pulled the garlic from its papery shell. As someone who makes a lot of Korean food, this is the best method for gett...

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2019-06-18 16:44:25



Of Course Taco Bell's App and Website Crash During a Free Taco Promotion  

Why do companies never seem to be prepared for hordes of hungry cheapskates? If a fast-food chain promises free food and no one is able to order it, does it make a sound? The answer is a definitive yes: it 's the sound of hundreds of irate customers click-clacking away at tweets to Taco Bell with complaints that the chain's promise of a free Doritos Locos taco today — in honor of the Golden State Warriors' "steal" of an away game earlier this month in the NBA Final...

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2019-06-18 15:25:34



Food Pantries Modeled After Little Free Libraries Are Popping Up Around the World  

The Little Free Pantry removes barriers presented by traditional food pantries For more than a decade people have been erecting community book exchanges called Little Free Libraries around the world. The colorful cabinets, which often look like giant bird houses, are typically filled with used books donated by people living in the area. But an organization based out of Arkansas known as Little Free Pantry has taken the idea to a new level by turning the cabinets into small, nei

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2019-06-18 14:52:37



World's 50 Best Restaurants 2019: News, winners, and updates from the event in Singapore  

Everything you need to know World's 50 Best Season is upon us. And in a major procedural change for 2019, previous winners of the No. 1 spot will no longer be featured on the list at all. On June 18, the organization revealed its long list, typically known as the "back 50." This year, in celebration of sponsor San Pellegrino's 120th anniversary, the long list stretch from 51 to 120. Other awards that have been announced prior to the main event: the controversial Bes...

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2019-06-18 13:04:20



Everyone Congratulate the World's 50 Best for Including Six Women on Its New, Longer Long List  

Here are the restaurants ranked 51 - 120 Today the World's 50 Best Restaurants list announced the people who were recognized by judges as good, but not good enough to make it to the problematic, titular top 50. Whereas in past years, the list has released what's become known as the "back 50," with restaurants ranking 51 to 100, this year the list-makers extended to 120, ostensibly to celebrate the 120th anniversary of the list's sponsor, San Pellegrino. So, um, welcom...

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2019-06-18 10:32:12



Dear God, Twitter Resurrected the Quiznos Monsters That Haunted the 2000s  

Plus, Taco Bell is giving out free tacos today, and more news to start your day We like the moon If you were the right age at the turn of the Willennium, you probably remember staying up late on your Tandy computer, going to rathergood.com, and watching the Spongmonkeys hit "We Like The Moon." Convinced you were the only one in the world who appreciated this janky, weird animation and humor, incensed you were—incensed!—when the stretched out gerbils in hats or whatever...

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2019-06-18 10:27:46



Where Did the All-Too-Familiar Chinese Zodiac Placemat Come From?  

Chances are if you've been to a Chinese restaurant in America, you've seen one of these "Tiger people are aggressive, courageous, candid, and sensitive," the placemat informed me. "Look to the Horse or Dog for happiness. Beware of the Monkey." By the time I saw this, I think, I knew I was a Scorpio — also aggressive, also sensitive under my protective exoskeleton. But now, another mystical way of ordering the world was telling me the basic tenants of who I was —...

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2019-06-18 09:32:00



When in Doubt, Order the Quesadilla  

No matter the setting, a quesadilla is reliably hard to mess up This post originally appeared in the June 17, 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. It has become easy to never eat a meal you did not explicitly plan to eat. At this point, best-of maps (cough cough) and city guides mean you can spend your entire dini...

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2019-06-18 09:11:00



Why Chefs Love This Tulsa-Made Grill So Much  

The Hasty-Bake looks simple, but a few small details make it an obsession of Tulsa pitmasters When Nick Parsons moved to Tulsa a decade ago, he thought a good grill needed to weigh 300 pounds. Then he met the Hasty-Bake. "I bought one and never looked back," says the owner of Forge Barbecue Co. and the Tulsa Barbecue School. He was used to offset smokers and big barbecue trailers, but now uses Hasty-Bakes at both his companies. "It doesn't look like the fanciest rocke...

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2019-06-17 16:55:11



White Castle and Red Robin Reportedly Running Low on Impossible Burgers  

As demand for fake meat rises, some chains are scrambling to keep meatless burger patties in stock The Impossible Foods shortage that has left independent restaurant owners scrambling to keep meatless burger patties in stock has apparently hit White Castle and Red Robin. According to reports by Bloomberg and the New York Times, multiple locations of the fast-food chains were in low supply of the plant-based burger, less than two months after Burger King announced a plan to serv

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2019-06-17 14:35:53



The Best Food Moments of Taylor Swift's 'You Need to Calm Down' Video  

The pop star also makes nice with one of her formal rivals, while wearing a french fry costume The video for Taylor Swift's new single "You Need to Calm Down" is many things all at once: a pride celebration featuring LGBTQI icons, a rallying cry against online trolls (or even the most mild and measured of critics), and a symbolic burying of the hatchet with Swift's former rival, Katy Perry. The video is also a campy romp through a junk food wonderland that ends with Sw...

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2019-06-17 10:31:07



Uber Eats Is Turning Into a Pyramid Scheme  

Plus, what do you call those multicolored freezer ices, and more news to start your day French Uber Eats couriers are outsourcing their jobs to undocumented immigrants, and reaping the profits In the latest edition of "late capitalism is a doozy," the New York Times has a report on Uber Eats couriers in France who are essentially pulling a more dastardly Tom Sawyer, farming out their work to undocumented immigrants, and keeping the profits for themselves. The Times intervi...

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2019-06-17 10:26:37



The Trouble With Ông Ngoại's Cooking  

In my family, which coalesced around the women in the kitchen, the men must have felt isolated in their own homes Growing up, I only saw my grandfather, my ông ngoại, cook two things: fish-sauce eggs and ramen. I'm talking two-minute, 99-cent ramen, so full of sodium that you choke on the first sip. The eggs took more effort. Ông Ngoại whipped them with a fork until they got frothy, then poured in a generous glug or two of fish sauce. The yellow of the eggs darkened lik...

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2019-06-15 09:12:00



Watch This Hilarious 'Wild Wild Country' Parody Full of Health Food Jokes  

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on June 14, 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. After a busy few months that saw the debut of several big series— Street Food! Chef Show! Broken Bread! — we're entering a comparatively mellow ti...

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2019-06-14 17:45:22



I Would Never Eat This Chowder Popsicle But I Will Defend It  

The latest viral food controversy is here, and it's cold and clammy If there's one thing in 2019 you can count on, it's that there will always be a new viral food about which people online have Very Strong Opinions. Today, I'm sorry to inform you, that food is a clam chowder popsicle. "My friend made it. I have no idea why she did it."Introducing: The clam chowder popsicle. pic.twitter.com/dGsuO4zjpz— Boston Magazine (@BostonMagazine) June...

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2019-06-14 11:20:01



Quentin Johnson Is the Recipe Star the Internet Didn't Know It Needed  

With fans like Ava DuVernay, Johnson has quickly become known for his hilarious overdubs of cooking videos There are a few signature features of a @LePubJames food video: the oil-slicked, carb-loaded, highly visual fare that has become the standard of top-down recipe videos everywhere; an infectious enthusiasm and appetite articulated in a voiceover; and unexpectedly funny catchphrases like the word "PARSLEY" sprinkled throughout in a Georgia drawl. cookin in dis bih p...

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2019-06-14 10:50:14



The World Is Burning but We're Busy Watching Energy Bar Companies Fight on Twitter  

Plus, turns out you can't order pizza to Buckingham Palace, and more news to start your day Brands on social media have gone over the edge of the Clif Have you ever been in one of those situations where you just want mom and dad to stop fighting? Well, imagine that, but substitute your parents with two major producers of energy bars and adjacent products — and voilà, you have the internet in 2019. You may not have noticed it, but snack companies Kind and Clif have been ar...

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2019-06-14 10:25:06



Anthony Bourdain's Graphic Novel 'Hungry Ghosts' Is Being Developed Into an Animated Series  

The series will be an anthology of culinary-inspired ghost stories based on the books by Bourdain and writer Joel Rose One year after the tragic death of Anthony Bourdain, Sony Pictures Animation is developing a series based on Hungry Ghosts, the author/TV host's graphic novel series with writer Joel Rose. The four-part series tells the story of a Russian oligarch vacationing on Long Island who invites his chefs to play a version of 100 candles, a Japanese Edo-period game w...

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2019-06-13 13:20:04



Watch: What Is the Best Way to Break Down and Cook a Whole Animal?  

Prime Time hosts Ben and Brent roast a whole lamb, just not all at once Whole hog barbecue is the country's oldest barbecue style, but the American tradition takes a lot of know-how; and the process can take up to 24 hours from start to finish. For butcher shop owners Ben Turley and Brent Young of the Meat Hook in New York — there's a better way to do whole animal barbecue, and it's to not do it whole. Turley and Young refer to it as the "butcher way:" breaking do...

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2019-06-13 12:50:09



Just Put 'Chopped' On  

Too long to be great and too impersonal to be terrible, "Chopped" is a perfectly adequate show that lets viewers be mercifully passive I watch Chopped sometimes. I watch it less than I used to, now that I don't have cable. Without broadcast television, I'm forced into a far more active consumer role, having to choose what I want Netflix or Amazon to screen for me. And lately, I've been thinking about how I wish I'd open Hulu, which currently has streaming rights to ...

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2019-06-13 11:10:04



Burger King's New 'Stranger Things' Special Is Literally an Upside-Down Whopper  

With a new season dropping on Netflix July 4, the show's branded products are set to be inescapable this summer With the premiere of Stranger Things Season 3 just a few weeks away, Netflix and Burger King are teaming up for a fast food stunt that seems aimed at the die-hard fans, only: At 11 locations across the country, the chain is adding an "Upside Down Whopper" to the menu, which is literally just a Whopper served upside down. No special Demagorgon sauce, Eggo bun, or...

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2019-06-13 10:40:54



Starbucks Founder Howard Schultz Suspends Campaign to Become President and CEO of America  

Plus, an absurdly large cheese pizza, and more news to start your day Now, let's all forget that Howard Schultz ever wanted to be president It looks like Starbucks founder, former CEO and "person of means" Howard Schultz may no longer be running for president. Just four months after declaring to 60 Minutes that he would be the best CEO of America™, Schultz has let go most of his campaign team, telling staff that he would not be campaigning during the summer. Schultz is...

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2019-06-13 09:11:00



New England Beach Pizza Is Not Very Good. Everyone Should Try It  

A celebration of the thin-crusted, sweet-sauced, provolone-topped seaside snack If you were raised in northern New England, or spent any appreciable amount of time there, you already know what I am about to tell you: Beach pizza is a thing of local lore. There is some debate among people in my hometown — Newburyport, Massachusetts, a coastal city tucked between Boston and the New Hampshire border — about whether or not I, a person born in New York and raised in New England,...

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2019-06-12 14:20:26



Betting on the (Mid-Sized) Farm  

In the era of Big Food, regional farms are disappearing. The "Ag of the Middle" program is trying to change that This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. Four years ago, Christina and Zach Menchini started Campfire Farms, 30 miles south of Portland, Oregon. They decided to raise pigs on pasture to support animal welfare and replenish the soil after decades of pesticide-heavy Christmas tree farming. They slowly ramped up production — from 20 to 40 to 60 pigs — o...

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2019-06-12 12:17:30



'Salad Frosting' or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Lie to My Kids  

Trick your picky eater kids with these rebranded food names In a new campaign hashtagged #LieLikeAParent, Kraft is encouraging adults to lie to their children. To kick things off, the brand has renamed (temporarily, we hope) ranch dressing as "Salad Frosting" to convince kids to eat their vegetables. Because traditional "ranch" was such a tough sell. Sometimes parenting means bending the truth. That's why we made limited edition Kraft Salad "Frosting," the ...

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2019-06-12 11:48:24



Are You Ready For Fishless Fish?  

Companies are already competing to become the Beyond Meat of fish Looking down the loaded barrel of a meatless future, the focus seems to be on placating those who can't imagine living without their beef. Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat insist you'll be able to bite into a meaty, marbled, bleeding patty — complete with everything but the screams of a cow — for the rest of your life and not doom the planet as a result. But if the main thing you'll miss is sushi, fear ...

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2019-06-12 11:13:16



Doctor Reportedly Found More Than a Hundred Undigested Tapioca Pearls in Girl's Stomach  

Plus, "forever chemicals" are in your chocolate cake, and more food news to start your day More nightmare fuel for boba lovers There has always been a certain level of fear mongering associated with bubble tea: the tapioca balls can present a choking hazard, may contain unapproved or unsafe additives in some cases, etc. Boba fans, I take no pleasure in reporting that this latest news does nothing to alleviate those fears: a 14-year-old girl in China's Zhejiang province w...

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2019-06-11 17:37:25



Save $1 Million by Forgoing Coffee and Joy of Any Kind in This Soulless World  

Listen to Suze Orman and rid yourself of all material delights, you piece of garbage Baby boomer financial analysts have made it clear: Millennials are terrible with money. We can't afford the avocado toast and iced coffees we buy to bring a small spark of joy to the long work days which we supplement at night by driving for Uber or delivering for Postmates so we can pay off our student loan debt. Instead of putting money away in an IRA, we're spending upwards of $15 a mont...

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2019-06-11 13:32:00



Every Grocery Store Should Be Like Stew Leonard's   

Animatronic displays, free samples, and petting zoos: What more could you want? Children gather at the foot of the stage as animatronic musical duo Cindy Celery, a regal stalk holding a microphone, and Larry Lettuce, a leafy head playing a purple piano, warble cheerfully about Dole's fresh vegetables. "They give you lots of energy that you need when you play," the couple croons to the crowd. Parents of the tiny audience members are thankful for the mesmerizing distraction...

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2019-06-11 11:41:18



Every Grocery Store Should Be Like Stew Leonard's   

Animatronic displays, free samples, and petting zoos: What more could you want? Children gather at the foot of the stage as animatronic musical duo Cindy Celery, a regal stalk holding a microphone, and Larry Lettuce, a leafy head playing a purple piano, warble cheerfully about Dole's fresh vegetables. "They give you lots of energy that you need when you play," the couple croons to the crowd. Parents of the tiny audience members are thankful for the mesmerizing distraction...

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2019-06-11 11:41:18



Beyond Meat's New Patty Is Even Faux-Beefier Than the One Before   

The new patty apparently marbles and turns from red to brown when cooked like real beef  The fake meat wars are heating up: Just a few days after Impossible Foods got embroiled in a headline-making snafu, the company's rival, Beyond Meat, announces a new type of fake meat patty that is purportedly even more like real ground-up animal flesh than its previous version. The Southern California-based company promises that this new fake meat has a marbling effect when cooke...

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2019-06-11 11:32:49



Amazon Is Getting the Hell Out of the Restaurant Delivery Business  

With Amazon Restaurants shutting down, where will you possibly order pad Thai from now? The way businesses like Amazon become so rich is by doing everything in their power to block their workers from unionizing recognizing holes in the marketplace. Which is why in 2015, Amazon decided to get into the restaurant delivery game , a desert only served by Seamless, Grubhub, Caviar, Uber Eats, and Delivery.com, among many others. Amazon Restaurants gave Prime members the ability to o

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2019-06-11 11:21:47



Monster Energy Eyeing New Ways to Eff People Up With Booze, Cannabis Drinks  

Plus, we're letting 9-year-olds pay off entire schools' lunch debt now, and more food news to start your day Monster Energy Eyes Booze, Cannabis, and Other Drinks to Expand Its Portfolio Monster Beverage, the company known for its energy drinks and sponsorship of extreme sports and music events, is open to an expansion into alcohol, cannabis, and other drinks outside its staple energy category, according to company executives at a recent shareholders meeting reported on by...

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2019-06-11 09:06:27



Why Aren't You People Watching 'Sweetbitter'?  

The Starz restaurant drama isn't perfect, but it just might be the perfect show for you Sweetbitter, a half-hour drama based on Stephanie Danler's novel of the same name, is returning to Starz on July 14 — which means that now is the perfect time to take season one of this criminally-underrated show for a spin. Although the series features a strong cast of up-and-comers, punchy writing, and a sharp eye for the details of restaurant life, it failed to generate much buzz la...

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2019-06-10 17:40:57



Fake Meat Is Here to Stay, So Stop Treating It Like a Gimmick  

When a Burger King manager sent customers beef instead of the Impossible Burger, he was buying into the assumption that it's just a trend Last week, Eater NY reported that a Brooklyn Burger King had been sending out beef burgers when customers ordered Impossible Burgers: The fake meat burger, which is not yet available in New York, was mistakenly listed on Burger King's Seamless page. However, instead of informing customers of the mistake, the manager said he was just sendi...

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2019-06-10 11:37:46



The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Paris   

From Niçoise seafood to perfect roast chicken to profiteroles sauced tableside, these are the buzziest bites in the City of Light Today, Eater returns to Paris to check in on the newest and buzziest dining destinations in France's restaurant-rich capital. Once again, longtime resident and food writer Alexander Lobrano selects his picks for the unmissable openings of the past 12 months. "This year's most eagerly anticipated new restaurant in Paris hasn't opened yet —...

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2019-06-10 11:28:44



McDonald's Is Bleeding Free Fries After Historic Toronto Raptors Run  

Plus, Walmart wants to deliver your groceries straight to your fridge, and more food news to start your day Toronto Raptors cost McDonald's millions in free fries McDonald's is apparently losing millions in free french fries thanks to the Toronto Raptors' surprise historic run, according to a report by the Financial Post's Jake Edmiston. About a year ago, McDonald's and the Raptors signed a major sponsorship deal to give away medium fries in Ontario whenever the team...

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2019-06-10 11:14:07



We Are Organizing a Summit, and You Should Come  

From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on June 8, 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've mentioned previously that we're going all in on our Young Guns program this year, launching a whole new section dedicated to this year's class of talent and topics that appeal to younger food lo...

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2019-06-10 10:07:21



Milkshakes, Eggs, and Other Throwable Protest Foods, Ranked  

As a nonviolent act that leads to humiliation, hurling these foods is the ultimate act of dissent Consider the milkshake. It seems almost quaint now to recall a time when, not too long ago, the humble dairy beverage was most commonly associated with a certain duck and one of the catchiest songs to rule the airwaves in the early aughts. Recently, however, it's taken on a new identity: milkshakes as a form of dissent. After a series of incidents in which anti-fascist protest...

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2019-06-08 09:12:00



The Best Moments of Netflix's Celebrity-Filled Cooking Series, 'The Chef Show'   

Here's everything you need to know about Jon Favreau and Roy Choi's new show This post originally appeared on June 7, 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. In addition to a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news, I've got a recommendation for a new Netflix show that's unlike anything that's been released ...

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2019-06-07 13:14:28



Hey Ladies! Here Are the Foods to Convince Your Date of Your Match Potential and Also Your Humanity  

What's a gal to do when she sits down at the table and is faced with a menu of choices and her own crippling mortality? Hey, ladies! Raise your hand if you've ever been here before: Sitting in a restaurant on a first date, staring dreamily across the table at the mate of your dreams, opening the menu to see which dish will fill your tum-tum — but oh no, what should you order?? The possibilities are paralyzing. Luckily, a new cafe by Bumble — the dating app that lets wom...

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2019-06-07 11:22:45



Parisian Parents Rage After Schools Fed Kids Pre-Packaged Sandwiches For Lunch  

Plus, say hello to "Jamba," hold the "Juice", and more food news to start your day After parent outcry, Paris school canteens apologize for serving students pre-packaged sandwiches A Paris town hall that oversees local school canteens has been forced to apologize to outraged parents for serving their children pre-packaged "industrial triangular sandwiches," aka the least offensive of the cafeteria foods American students are expected to shove in their pieholes for ...

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2019-06-07 11:21:39



'Queen of Cake' Maida Heatter Dies at 102  

The prolific cookbook author published nearly two dozen books between 1974 and 2019 Cookbook author and "Queen of Cake" Maida Heatter died yesterday at her home in Miami Beach, the Washington Post reports. She was 102 years old. Over the course of her decades-long career, Heatter published nearly two dozen cookbooks. She earned a reputation for reliable recipes that went on to become classics, like the "Best Damn Lemon Cake" and "Pecan Squares Americana." Heatter ...

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2019-06-07 10:18:00



Jon Favreau and Roy Choi Take Their Kitchen Friendship to the Next Level With 'The Chef Show'  

The new cooking show has a distinctly old-school food TV vibe Netflix has released a lot of great food programs over the last few years, but none have been as singularly focused on the act of cooking as The Chef Show, a new series starring Kogi empire builder Roy Choi and actor/writer/director Jon Favreau. In every episode, you see these two friends work through every step of their favorite recipes, with running commentary from Choi about the techniques involved. And although t

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2019-06-07 09:12:00



Thinking About Starting a Food-Related Business? Take This Advice  

Ten pieces of advice from an accountant Stephanie O'Rourk is an accountant who crunches numbers for some of the most successful chef-restaurateurs and food entrepreneurs in the country. I heard her talk about how to run a business on a panel conversation at Haven's Kitchen in New York City, declared her the Suze Orman of food, and told her to write a book. Until she takes my advice, I've convinced her to share some of hers. Eater: Once an entrepreneur decides on their b...

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2019-06-06 16:38:23



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

what do you think?

2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



If You Didn't Float on a Banana, Did Summer Even Happen?  

Food-shaped pool floats aren't going anywhere Summer 2015 was the Year of the Pool Float, when it seemed as if every pool, beach, and body of water had a kitschy novelty tube to go with it. Cut to 2019, and the trend doesn't seem to be dying, as every year more and more ridiculous pool tubes keep floating onto the scene. Inexplicably, so many of them seem to be food-shaped, from the taco to the popsicle to this year's avocado (with a detachable "pit," aka beach ball...

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2019-06-06 15:45:46



'The Waffle House' Is the Name Atlanta's Baseball Stadium Deserves  

The Atlanta ballpark deserves a truly local name It's July 26, 2013, and the Braves are coming off a loss against Mets at Citi Field in New York. Back at home, the first-ever Waffle House stadium outpost opens in Turner Field, the Atlanta ballpark. The Braves win. The next day, they win again. The day after that, they win for a third time. For 14 days in a row, they keep on winning — a long streak that many attribute to the opening of the Waffle House stadium. The Braves w...

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2019-06-06 15:12:38



Japan's 'Lunch On!' Is the Ultimate Antidote to Sad Desk Lunch Culture  

The show about watching people eat lunch is surprisingly insightful The "sad desk lunch" has become cultural shorthand for a work culture that increasingly feels unable to give people a normal, healthy lunch break. Sad desk lunches aren't necessarily eaten at a desk; they're an entire culinary subset of soggy sandwiches, Tupperwares filled with two-day-old leftovers, or unfulfilling salads acquired from an undistinguishable chain. The Japanese show Lunch On!, produced...

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2019-06-06 14:46:12



Campaign Underway to Rename New Orleans's Lee Circle After Chef Leah Chase  

This is a brilliant idea The culinary world lost one of its legends last weekend when Leah Chase, the chef/proprietor of New Orleans's famed Dooky Chases's Restaurant, died at the age of 96. And now, the organizers of the National Food and Beverage Foundation have started a campaign to convince the City of New Orleans to turn Lee Circle, a busy thoroughfare near the French Quarter, into "Leah Chase's Circle." This move would potentially involve adding a statue of the...

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2019-06-06 13:52:00



The 6 Biggest Food Stories of the Week  

On the latest Eater Upsell, we talk celery juice, creepy chefs, Pride, and more On the latest episode of The Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the biggest food stories of the past week. We discuss how a ghost (!) caused a run on celery juice; how brands are doing Pride wrong (and right!); the new Goop podcast Goopfellas; how the crabbing industry is suing big oil; a new Toronto destination with a creepy chef; and why Arby's will never carry the Impossible Burger. Listen ...

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2019-06-06 11:36:01



Watch: A Diet Cola-Infused Pig Stew at New York City's Fish Cheeks  

Prime Time hosts Ben and Brent are in awe of a stew recipe that calls for star anise, cinnamon, and Diet Coke The last time the Meat Hook owners and Prime Time hosts Ben Turley and Brent Young were around a recipe involving cola it was for Eater's Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes, where they attempted a venison stew recipe from Ted and Shemane Nugent's Kill It and Grill It cookbook — which called for two cans of Coca-Cola. Showing much more promise is a recipe for khao ka moo...

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2019-06-06 11:17:39



Forever 21 Wants You to Dress Like Chester Cheetah This Summer   

Mylie Cyrus got busted for copying an abortion-themed cake design on Instagram, and more foods news to start your day America's favorite cheese squiggles inspire new clothing line Forever 21, the retailer that previously teamed up with Taco Bell for an array of Generation Z-baiting apparel, is now collaborating with Cheetos on a summer clothing line. Fans of the aggressively seasoned snack doodles can now head to Forever 21 stores to purchase a one-piece bathing suit, flip-...

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2019-06-06 10:11:55



At 'Oklahoma!' the Chili Isn't Just Dinner Theater  

The taste of poblano and cumin is part of an immersive theater experience The current revival of Oklahoma! has been lovingly nicknamed "the Oklahoma! that fucks." The musical, which takes place in the Oklahoma territory in 1906 and is centered around a box social (an event during which women prepare boxed lunches and men bid on them), has always been innovative. It was one of the first musicals to open with a song sung by one man rather than a chorus; a show that synthesize...

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2019-06-06 09:12:00



Whatever Happened to Portland?  

Portland proper — not the hipster caricature that's come to stand in for it — is still one of the most important food cities in America, if you know where to look At first glance, Ned Ludd, a restaurant open since 2008 in Portland, Oregon, seems like a museum of farm-to-table cliches. Antique shelves display old-timey jugs and glassware above panels of raw wood. On the spring 2019 menu is an illustration of a chicken perched on an ax and a Wendell Berry quote. The name, ...

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2019-06-05 12:54:47



The 25 Essential Restaurants in Boise  

Where to find handmade tamales, jamon sandwiches, smoked trout, and finger steaks in Idaho's woodsy wonderland Boise was originally called Les Bois, or "wooded" in French, and Idaho's City of Trees remains a forested oasis in the arid Northwestern mountains. While its food scene gets overshadowed by the ones in Portland and Seattle, Boise has a culinary culture all its own, with a medley of influences including American Indian, Basque, and Chinese (by the end of the gol...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The Biggest K-Town in the Pacific Northwest Is the Best Reason to Visit Tacoma   

The restaurant-heavy area's history stretches back to the 1970s, when it all began with a small women's association The largest Koreatown in the Pacific Northwest is not quite where you'd expect to find it. It's in Lakewood, Washington, a 23-year-old city of 60,000 people just outside of Tacoma. There are frankly few worthwhile stops off the I-5 corridor between Portland and Tacoma — fast food, gas stations, car dealerships, and maybe a diner or two — so when you ...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The Greatest Places to Eat in Seattle's Greatest Tourist Trap  

Looking past the Starbucks stans and the salmon throwers, there's a lot to love at Pike Place Market Ask any Seattleite to meet at Pike Place Market on a Saturday afternoon, and the reply will likely start with laughter and end with a resounding, "No." The thought of maneuvering through thousands of people snaking around tight hallways and crowded stalls is, for most, a turnoff. That's not to say locals don't inherently love the place. Sure, it's a tourist trap fill...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The 15 Essential Foods of the Pacific Northwest  

In celebration of salmon candy and Seattle dogs If there is a single culinary zeitgeist within the Pacific Northwest, it's an obsessive, dedicated interest in seasonal and local cooking. The stereotype thrives for a reason — the region's expansive farmland, wild natural spaces, and generally stable climate make it an all-access ingredient theme park. Potatoes are rolling out of Idaho at an alarming rate, salmon leap out of Washington rivers into burgers, sashimi, and whip...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



An Oral History of Grunge Food in Seattle  

Sub Pop Records co-founder Bruce Pavitt and Seattle grunge heavyweights honor the cheap food that made the music possible Long before Seattle was swallowed by Amazon and the conveniences necessary to placate its overachieving workforce, like high-end tasting menu restaurants, it was the nexus of grunge music, also known as the soundtrack to life for slackers. In the mid-1980s — when Nirvana did not yet smell like teen spirit, and flannel was just the logging industry's pref...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The Eater Guide to the Pacific Northwest  

How to eat your way through the land of gray skies and great food, rain or shine On most days, the landscape of the Pacific Northwest resembles a Hokusai print — all misty skies, gray-blue waves, white-tipped mountains, and deep-green trees. But still, in the popular imagination, the muted palette (and like, all the rain) does nothing to dilute the majesty of the place, which has beckoned adventurers west for centuries and has nurtured communities of native people for ...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The Unsung Godfather of Seattle's Teriyaki Tradition  

The unsung godfather of Seattle's favorite comfort food, John Chung put his Korean spin on a Japanese classic If you ask Seattleites to define the local style of teriyaki, their answers might include the squeak of a Styrofoam clamshell — even years after the material was banned in the city — the sweet dressing that clings to the coleslaw-like salads, and the rice so perfect it was the focus of much of the late, longtime Seattle Times restaurant critic John Hinterberger...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The Curious History of Ivar's, Washington's Beloved Chowder Chain  

Bread bowls, folk songs, and acres of clams — one writer's deep dive into the iconic seafood chain that anchored her childhood On this sunny, 55-degree Tuesday in March it feels like the whole of Seattle is on vacation. There are moms with strollers and hot dog vendors and gaggles of teenagers crowded along the city's waterfront. I hear seagulls in the distance, that faint soundtrack of voices and birds and cars inching past looking for parking — but I don't see them...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



The 13 Essential Restaurants in Sun Valley  

Come for the great outdoors, stay for the great pasta, prime rib, and local fish in Idaho's glitziest getaway Sun Valley, Idaho, has been a clutch winter travel destination since the 1930s. But with fewer than 25,000 full-time residents in the whole of Blaine County, the local restaurant industry relies almost exclusively on tourism dollars year round. Ernest Hemingway was famously a fan of the summer fishing season, and today, the appetites of vacation homeowners like Arnold...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



How 'Big Little Lies' Created the Perfect Monterey Coffee Shop  

A behind-the-scenes look at how the production team behind HBO's smash hit created its restaurants "This is Monterey, we pound people with nice," says Madeline (Reese Witherspoon) in one of the opening scenes of Big Little Lies. "To death," adds her friend, Celeste (Nicole Kidman). These two fashionable moms are relaxing on the patio of a Blue Blues, a quaint coffee shop overlooking a sleepy harbor, along with Jane (Shailene Woodley), a new mom who they met while drop...

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2019-06-05 12:00:00



An Inedible Bag, a Zabar's Hat, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on June 4, 2019, in "Add to Cart" — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. The word "influencer" has become so overused that at this point, the sound of it literally exhausts me. But in its essence, "influencing" is just about trust: If I respect someone's intellect or insight, I'm likely to seek out thei...

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2019-06-04 15:55:06



Did Sriracha Quietly Change the Peppers It Uses?  

Huy Fong Foods is suing and being countersued by the farm that exclusively provided its peppers. So where are the peppers coming from now? When David Tran started Huy Fong Foods — most famous for their Sriracha Hot Sauce — in 1980, he needed fresh red peppers. There were plenty of green jalapenos in California, but they were not the right color for sriracha. However, jalapenos "naturally ripen to a bright red hue," writes Sarah Lohman in Eight Flavors, and the only reas...

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2019-06-04 11:10:03



'Always Be My Maybe' and the Trap of 'Authentic' Cooking  

For all its merits, the film buys into the myth of authenticity that has long confined immigrant cooks and cuisines Always Be My Maybe, a Netflix rom-com powered by the magnetism of co-stars Ali Wong and Randall Park, is refreshing for several reasons: It's a rare rom-com about Asian Americans, and even in a landmark year for Asian-American representation in Hollywood, stands out for its diverse cast, skirting of stereotypes about Asians, and portrayal of a woman who chooses ...

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2019-06-04 11:06:07



Trump's Tariffs Will Make Chipotle Prices Go Up  

Plus, a Nutella shortage might be coming, and more news to start your day Get ready to spend more on mediocre fast-casual It's been a few days since President Trump announced plans for wall-to-wall tariffs on Mexican imports to the U.S. Given the sheer quantity of food and alcohol imported from Mexico (to say nothing of other goods), it was clear that tariffs would have a substantial impact on American companies and consumers. Now, companies are weighing in with specifics on...

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2019-06-04 10:03:56



Get Ready for Eater's First-Ever Young Guns Summit  

A day of talks, demos, and a whole lot of food — curated by the editors of Eater and Eater Young Guns For eight years, Eater has been honoring up-and-coming industry talents as Young Guns, the people the world doesn't know yet but whose household-name status is just around the corner. This year, we're celebrating Young Guns with our first-ever Eater Young Guns Summit, a one-day event driving conversation around the future of dining and restaurant culture by featuring an...

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2019-06-04 09:12:00



You Should Flip Your Next Pot Pie Upside-Down   

Traditional pie design is not conducive to a good pie:crust ratio. This trick solves that Pie — whether it's a shepherd's pie, filled with meaty goodness and topped with creamy mashed potatoes, or a zesty lemon meringue pie with bright lemon curd filling and fluffy meringue topping — can never do me wrong. But in the world of perfect pies, a frozen chicken pot pie, a circular, hand-held one with a flaky crust made from "scratch," as the colorful label claims, always...

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2019-06-03 22:16:16



Michelin Debuted Its California Guide With No New Three-Star Restaurants  

Sorry, Los Angeles At an awards-style event tonight, Michelin revealed the restaurants that earned stars in the tire company's 2019 California Guide, which covers the entire state including San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego. For restaurant obsessives, tonight was really about Los Angeles — and Southern California more broadly — and how the guide would (or would not) represent it. Would the guide get it right after being away for 10 years? Here's what didn'...

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2019-06-03 15:32:33



Alton Brown Will Serve Up a Fresh Batch of 'Good Eats' Episodes This Summer  

One of the Food Network's most popular series is getting a reboot Nearly two years after announcing plans to reboot his classic Food Network series Good Eats, Alton Brown has finally revealed the premiere date for the new iteration of the series: Sunday, August 25 at 10 p.m. EST. The food-science guru made the announcement about the new show, dubbed Good Eats: The Return, this morning on Instagram: View this post on Instagram ...

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2019-06-03 13:53:00



Iconic New Orleans Chef Leah Chase Dies at 96  

Her restaurant, Dooky Chase's, became a meeting place for civil rights leaders, politicians, and celebrities Leah Chase, one of the most influential and acclaimed American chefs of the last century, died on Saturday. She was 96. For the last seven decades, Chase presided over the stoves at New Orleans's famed Dooky Chase's Restaurant, where she served an array of Creole classics and signature dishes like shrimp Clemenceau and her Holy Thursday special gumbo z'herbes. ...

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2019-06-03 12:32:31



The IHOP 'P' Now Stands for Pancakes That Aren't Actually Pancakes  

In the latest exhausting brand stunt, IHOP is now calling its burgers "pancakes" Last week, the International House of Pancakes announced they were once again changing the meaning of the IHOP acronym, this time with the P standing for something other than pancakes — a terrible echo of last year's stunt where the brand briefly became IHOB with the B representing "Burgers." As per what the new P could mean, some held their breath dreading the likelihood — consider...

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2019-06-03 12:15:00



The Past as Possibility in the Appalachian South  

How chef and Eater Young Gun Ashleigh Shanti centers African-American voices through her cooking About a year ago, Ashleigh Shanti was trying to imagine her future in the culinary industry. A search was necessary. Shanti planned a meandering road trip hoping to feel a natural draw to the next thing. She was ready to leave eastern North Carolina, where she spent 18 months as culinary assistant to chef and TV host Vivian Howard. Maybe Shanti would head way north to Maine. Maybe i

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2019-06-03 10:48:40



An American Politician Has Been Milkshaked for the First Time  

Plus, Obama and Trudeau go for a beer date, and more news to start your day A big Trump supporter was doused in dairy this weekend The British habit of throwing milkshakes at far-right-wing politicians appears to have crossed the pond: a Florida woman threw one of the thick dairy beverages at Rep. Matt Gaetz in Pensacola over the weekend. She was arrested for assault; it's not clear where the milkshake came from, or what flavor it was. Milkshaking cropped up in recent weeks...

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2019-06-02 10:54:49



The Food World Mourns Death of New Orleans Icon Leah Chase  

The queen of Creole cooking died at the age of 96 New Orleans lost an icon with the passing of chef-restaurateur Leah Chase this weekend. As reported by the Nola.com | Times-Picayune and the Advocate, Chase died on Saturday, June 1, at the age of 96. In her decades at the helm of her restaurant, Dooky Chase's, in Treme, Chase was known as the Queen of Creole cooking. The historic restaurant became a hub for the Civil Rights movement. She and her family stood in defiance of ...

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2019-06-01 09:15:00



Netflix Delivers a Rom-Com for Food Lovers With 'Always Be My Maybe'   

Streaming recommendations for the weekend and a roundup of the week's food-related entertainment news This post originally appeared on May 31, 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 a few recommendations for things to watch this weekend, including a delightful romantic comedy and two other very funny (though wholly unrom...

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2019-05-31 17:08:37



The Week in Guy Fieri: Flavortown Days, Hollywood Nights   

Nobody had more fun over the last ten days than the Triple D host The inventor of the tuna poke won-taco himself, Guy Fieri, had a week full of rip-roaring surprises, including a tour of Beantown with the Red Rocker and a star-studded karaoke jam in the Hollywood hills. Here's a totally out-of-bounds recap of how it all went down: The flame man rocks the Walk of Fame Getty/Frazer Harrison After thanking the denizens of Flavortown and receiving a w...

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2019-05-31 11:31:13



How Many of These 73 Food Words From Last Night's Spelling Bee Can You Spell?  

Last night at the Scripps National Spelling Bee, food words reigned supreme 562 spellers made it to the 92nd Scripps National Spelling Bee and over three harrowing days, they faced off against the unabridged Merriam Webster. Thursday night, for the first time in the history of the competition, eight victors beat the dictionary and received the title of 2019 co-champion. These eight winners and the spellers they competed against are strong of heart, strong of will, and strong o

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2019-05-31 11:15:00



Cleveland Restaurant Allegedly Threatened With Losing Liquor License Over Gender Neutral Restrooms  

Good Company says they were "bullied" into gendering their restrooms by Ohio lawmakers, who now say it was all a "misunderstanding" Last week, Cleveland restaurant Good Company found itself on the wrong end of an obscure and retrograde Ohio law that dictates a restaurant serving alcohol must offer separate restrooms clearly labeled for men and women — an increasingly fraught issue with rise of transphobic "bathroom bills" that dictate who can use what toilet. If G...

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2019-05-31 11:08:40



Is the LaCroix Trend Running out of Gas?  

Plus, Tom Petty's family is fighting over salad dressing, and more news to start your day Is LaCroix turning to Lacrap? LaCroix's fruity and lightly-flavored bubble may have burst: Bloomberg reports that the sparkling water brand's sales are in "free fall". The stocks of National Beverage Corp, which owns LaCroix, also tumbled 10 percent this week, and are down 62 percent from last September. In short, it looks like the LaCroix trend may have run out of gas — in ...

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2019-05-31 09:02:00



The Pain and Pleasure of the 'Fleabag' Dinner Party From Hell  

We can't get this classic awkward dinner party with a bloody twist out of our minds If you're looking for explosive interactions between characters in fiction, look no further than a dinner party; from Guess Who's Coming to Dinner to Big Night to the Real Housewives, entertainment has always looked to shared meals as an opportunity to explore — and exploit — tension. Consider The Office episode "Dinner Party," where Michael invites his subordinates (and newly pu...

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2019-05-30 14:41:33






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