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The Playlist That Keeps This Chocolatier Baking  

Eater Eater Young Gun Annie Kamin's top tracks for getting shit done You don't need science to prove that music is capable of motivating you or putting you in a very specific mood (though there is science for that). Which is why plenty of chefs are particular about the soundtracks that play while they work in the kitchen. Annie Kamin, a 2019 Eater Young Gun, says, "I curate playlists and choose songs that jive with what what I'm cooking [or] baking at home or at work....

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2019-09-20 11:06:01



'Tallboy' Makes It Into the Dictionary, Validating Your Love of 16-Ounce Beers  

Getty Images Plus, an impending wild salmon extinction, and more news to start your day "Halloumi" and "matcha" also made the cut After some 60 years since the first large can of beer appeared on the market, "tallboy" has finally made it into the Merriam-Webster Dictionary (well, the online version). Technically, the word was already in the dictionary to describe a large chest of drawers (also known as a "highboy"). The newly-added, more-fun definition is "a...

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2019-09-20 10:36:12



Watch the Season 2 Trailer for Netflix's Eye-Opening Food Series 'Rotten'  

This new season will explore the avocado, bottled water, and cannabis edibles industry, among others Rotten, a documentary series exploring corruption in the food world, returns to Netflix for its second season on October 4. The first series — which premiered back in January 2018 — offered a sobering look at the garlic, poultry, cod, honey, milk, and peanut industries. This time around, the series will cover six new topics. Here are the episode titles and what you can expect:...

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2019-09-19 12:30:44



Watch Stephen Colbert's Fake Commercial for Fake Meat  

It's for a new product called the "Implausible Burger" Even though he's not totally on board with the trend, Stephen Colbert is well aware of the fact that "plant-based burger alternatives" are so popular right now that restaurants are actually running out of fake meat to serve to customers. "The Impossible Burger has shown that there is a huge market out there for people who don't want to eat meat, but who want something so close to meat that they can't tell th...

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2019-09-19 11:38:14



Impossible Burgers in Grocery Stores Mean They're Totally Normie Now  

The plant-based "bleeding" Impossible Burger is hitting the grocery store shelves. | Photo: Impossible Foods Plus, no more plastic toys with kids' meals at U.K. Burger King stores, and more news to start your day The final frontier for the Impossible Burger Three years after the Impossible Burger first appeared on consumers' radar, Impossible Foods is taking its final step toward mainstream relevance: the grocery store aisle. Starting this Friday, the plant-based, fa...

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2019-09-19 10:57:30



Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Singapore  

A dish at Odette | Odette [Official] Two fancy French restaurants get three stars in the new guide Earlier this week, red restaurant guidebook Michelin announced its 2019 starred restaurants in Singapore. For the first time in the Singapore guide's four-year history, there are two restaurants with three Michelin stars, Michelin's highest honor. Both of the newly crowned three-star restaurants are French. (Michelin is, after all, a French tire company with a notable pref...

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2019-09-18 14:48:55



Eat KFC's Doughnut Chicken Sandwich Before It Eats You  

KFC Popeyes could never Just when it seemed like the chicken sandwich wars of summer 2019 were starting to wind down, KFC escalates the finger-lickin' feud by deploying a new, outlandish creation in three cities across America: the Kentucky Fried Chicken & Donuts Sandwich. As the name implies, this is a crispy chicken filet between two glazed doughnuts, priced at $5.99 (or $7.99 as a combo meal). At test locations where this dish is available, KFC is also offering a ...

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2019-09-18 12:58:16



How Two Master Chefs Are Redefining Omakase by Only Using American Fish  

Local fish, delivered in a daily mystery box, powers the creativity at Odo in New York City It's the morning of another day at New York's Odo and chefs Hiroki Odo and Seong-Cheol Byun have just received a mystery box of fish. A daily occurrence, the chefs don't know which types of fish will be in the box until the delivery arrives, and it's time to create the evening's menu. What they know for sure is that the fish and seafood will all be local: the concept and pride ...

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2019-09-18 12:15:00



The Best Thing About TikTok Food Videos Is How Weird They Are  

Photos: Shutterstock Four steps to making a good recipe video A minute is not a lot of time to learn how to cook. That's how long your typical TikTok user has to make a video — four 15-second clips strung together to get your point across. The point of the platform is the short attention span, the way you can reveal a trick or a joke or, in this case, a complete meal. Click on the #cooking or #recipe hashtags on TikTok, not to mention things like #15secondchef, and there...

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2019-09-18 12:12:33



The Trump Administration's New Slaughterhouse Rules Could Be Bad News  

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2019-09-18 11:30:00



Jerk Spice Is the Key to a Flavor-Packed Dinner Party  

Shutterstock When she has guests, the Jerk Shack's chef, Nicola Blaque, relies on her favorite Jamaican recipe and some surprising accoutrement This is Party Time, a column featuring industry and Young Gun-approved approaches for acing a dinner party. From a small walk-up window on the side of the road, chef Nicola Blaque gives the people of San Antonio a lesson in Jamaican food. "I'm trying to bring lots of flavor to the city outside of Mexican cuisine. Even though C...

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2019-09-18 11:06:51



Lizzo Is Sorry She Called Out a Postmates Delivery Person on Twitter  

Jeff Hahne/Getty Images Plus, Ikea makes an ill-informed attempt at Caribbean food, and more news to start your day She was left waiting too long for her juice 2019 icon Lizzo provided the world with this week's cautionary tale about social media: The musician went on Twitter to accuse a Postmates employee independent contractor of stealing or failing to deliver food she had ordered. In fact, the delivery driver had showed up, waited the usual five minutes, then left when L...

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2019-09-18 09:48:23



Jonathan Safran Foer Wants to Save the World — Beginning With Breakfast  

Jonathan Safran Foer's new book We Are the Weather urges readers to take action in the face of climate change. | Photo: Leonardo Cendamo/Getty Images In his new book, "We Are the Weather," the author suggests fighting climate change by going vegan for two meals a day "Someone's got to do something. We've got to do something." Jonathan Safran Foer found himself repeating this mantra with increasing frequency and intensity over the past few years, but especially...

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2019-09-18 07:33:08



Fergus Henderson's World-Renowned St. John Will Open Its First International Outpost in LA  

Fergus Henderson and Trevor Gulliver's seminal modern British institution will open in Culver City

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2019-09-17 15:53:26



Before 'Ratatouille,' There Was the Rat Kitchen of 'Muppets Take Manhattan'  

Muppets Take Manhattan Let rats be chefs already! Welcome to The Reheat, a space for Eater writers to explore landmark (and lukewarm) culinary moments of the recent and not-so-recent past. In Ratatouille, Remy the rat dreams of being a chef. Mostly, it's because he loves food so much, and finds endless creative spark in combining ingredients and imagining new flavors. But part of him wants the fame, too. When the media heaps their praise on Linguini, who pretends there is...

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2019-09-17 13:34:17



Watch Eric Ripert and Jimmy Fallon Cook a Three-Course College Dorm Feast  

This collegiate kitchen is a far cry from Le Bernardin If Eric Ripert ever gets tired of running one of the world's best-reviewed restaurants, he could always get a job writing one of those "door room gourmet" cookbooks. In a new Tonight Show bit, the Le Bernardin chef proves his knack for turning junk food and mini-fridge leftovers into halfway soigne dishes during a trip to St. John's University in Queens with Jimmy Fallon. The acclaimed chef and late-night host surp...

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2019-09-17 13:15:00



You Don't Need to Spend More Than $16 on Wine Glasses   

Viv All Purpose Big Wine Glass | Crate & Barrel Budget-friendly picks from four top sommeliers Much like anniversary gifts and phone plans, buying wine glasses for your home can be an intimidating and exhausting process. To stem or not to stem? Should it be dishwasher safe or will you actually commit to hand-washing delicate glass (repeat: glass!) after every use? How many wine glasses can you actually fit in your apartment? And how much damage will this do to your bank

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2019-09-17 11:45:00



A Restaurant Playlist That Keeps This LA Chef Dreaming Up Desserts  

Eater Young Gun Max Boonthanakit's top tracks for cooking — and driving — in Los Angeles Max Boonthanakit's desserts have been described as understated, yet intriguing. They're minimalist on the surface, but playful on a closer look. The 2019 Eater Young Gun has said his process is driven by curiosity and an active imagination, and when it comes to what he plays on the speakers while he works, he largely prefers contemporary R&B. Think less pump up and more chill ou...

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2019-09-17 11:34:05



Constructing the Most Spectacular Restaurant in the World  

Guests at Windows on the World in July 1976 | Photo by Ted Thai/The LIFE Images Collection via Getty Images/Getty Images How legendary restaurateur Joe Baum created Windows on the World atop the World Trade Center There are few New York City restaurants more storied than Windows on the World. The restaurant made its debut on the 107th floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower in 1976, offering sweeping views of Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey — the earth itself p...

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2019-09-17 11:21:49



Cheez-It and Pizza Hut Invented a Calzone, Called It a 'Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza'  

The Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza is now available at Pizza Hut. | Stuffed Cheez-It Pizza photo courtesy of Pizza Hut. Photo-collage: Eater. Plus, Chipotle embraces carne asada, and more news to start your day Pizza Hut and Cheez-It make college students' and stoners' dreams come true with a "stuffed Cheez-It pizza" Another day, another brand collaboration to bring a new unholy menu item into the world — this time, the "stuffed Cheez-It pizza," the child of Pizza Hut...

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2019-09-17 10:05:41



California and Texas Will Get Their Own Categories at the James Beard Awards  

Getty/Victor Spinelli/WireImage The new Best Chef categories will go into effect for the 2020 awards The James Beard Foundation has announced some changes for its Best Chef categories that will go into effect for the 2020 James Beard Awards. Next year's awards will feature a Best Chef: California and a Best Chef: Texas. In a press release, the Foundation says the changes were made "to recognize changing population data, restaurant demographics, and culinary trends." The...

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2019-09-16 17:31:42



Anthony Bourdain's Personal Belongings Will Be Up for Auction Next Month  

More than 200 of Anthony Bourdain's personal belongings will be up for auction in October. | Photo by Mike Pont/WireImage Proceeds from the auction will go to Bourdain's family and his alma mater, the Culinary Institute of America Fifteen months after the death of beloved food-world icon Anthony Bourdain, a collection of more than 200 of his personal belongings will be auctioned off in October, the New York Times reports. Forty percent of the proceeds from the auction will...

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2019-09-16 14:00:00



Anthony Bourdain Wins Posthumous Emmy for Writing 'Parts Unknown'  

David Scott Holloway The late chef/author was recognized for his work on the Kenya episode of CNN's hit show At the Creative Arts Emmys over the weekend, CNN's culinary travel show Parts Unknown received two awards, including one that recognizes late star Anthony Bourdain's work as a writer. The show won in the category of Outstanding Writing for a Nonfiction Program for the Kenya episode, which was the last installment that Bourdain completed before he died. Bourdain ...

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2019-09-16 13:08:19



Baking Isn't Hard When You've Got a Library Card   

Libraries across the country include cake pans and other kitchen tools in their collections Three years ago Megan Waugh started taking her family to Bristol Public Library in Bristol, Indiana. Before long, they fell into a routine: Her kids would pick out their books in the manga section while she waited by a cluster of tables the library set up for group discussions and meetings. Last December, while she was waiting for her daughter, Waugh noticed a shelf in the corner. Instea

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2019-09-16 12:05:41



What Makes a Good Bar?  

Bar Vendetta Jen Agg's new Toronto restaurant, Bar Vendetta, is a pasta and wine bar with highballs and late-night nachos Toronto restaurateur Jen Agg has a reputation for crafting just the right vibe at her restaurants. They tend to be warm and inviting; cool, without feeling trendy. Agg's last project saw her revamping Toronto icon the Swan into Le Swan, a French diner that marries bistro standards with diner classics in a room that recalls the beloved restaurant it once...

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2019-09-16 11:21:15



What's the Difference Between Soy Sauce, Shoyu, and Tamari?   

Paul_Brighton / Shutterstock And how to tell a good-quality version from the bad This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on...

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2019-09-15 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Crudo, Sashimi, Tartare, and Carpaccio?   

K321 / Shutterstock Making sense of the different kinds of raw fish, shellfish, and meat This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or ca...

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2019-09-15 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Shrimp and Prawns?   

Lisovskaya Natalia / Shutterstock No, shrimp are not just smaller prawns This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the ful...

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2019-09-15 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Mozzarella, Burrata, and Straciatella?   

Happy Moment / Shutterstock And which one should you used in your caprese salad? This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on...

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2019-09-15 17:00:00



McDonald's Spicy BBQ Sandwich Will Have to Try Harder If It Wants to Win the 2019 Chicken Sandwich War  

McDonald's Spicy BBQ Chicken Sandwich | McDonald's Plus, you want a hot dog couch, and more news to start your day "How do you do, fellow kids? We heard you like chicken sandwiches?" McDonald's has tried, desperately, to get into the chicken sandwich game over the past few years. Last year, they introduced a chicken sandwich with pickles on a bun to their dollar menu, a clear attempt to compete with the classic Chick-fil-A sandwich, but it never quite caught on. Nei...

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2019-09-15 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between a Hero, Sub, Grinder, and Hoagie?   

DronG / Shutterstock It probably depends on where you live This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full archive. ...

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2019-09-14 20:00:00



What's the Difference Between Baby Back Ribs and Spare Ribs?   

Food Travel Stockforlife / Shutterstock Spare ribs usually have more flavor This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the ...

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2019-09-14 10:00:00



What's the Difference Between Broccolini, Broccoli Rabe, and Chinese Broccoli?   

funkyfrogstock / Shutterstock Fact: Broccoli rabe is not a broccoli derivative at all This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch...

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2019-09-14 10:00:00



What's the Difference Between Jam, Jelly, Preserves, Compote, Marmalade, and Chutney?   

Jiri Hera / Shutterstock The answer lies in how much fruit is used in the final product This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catc...

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2019-09-14 10:00:00



What's the Difference Between a Cobbler, Crisp, Crumble, Buckle, Betty, Pandowdy, Etc.?   

viennetta / Shutterstock First, start with a layer of fruit... This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full archive....

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2019-09-14 10:00:00



What's the Difference Between Lox, Nova, and Smoked Salmon?   

stockcreations / Shutterstock What you probably enjoy eating on your bagel is not lox This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch ...

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2019-09-14 10:00:00



What's the Difference Between Sour Cream and Crème Fraîche?  

images and videos / Shutterstock Crème fraîche is thicker, richer, and less tangy than sour cream This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your i...

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2019-09-14 09:32:00



What's the Difference Between Cremini, Button, and Portobello Mushrooms?   

Svetlana Lukienko / Shutterstock Newsflash: They are actually all the same type of mushroom, just at different ages This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Diffe...

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2019-09-13 23:00:00



What's the Difference Between Sweet Potatoes and Yams?  

panda3800 / Shutterstock If you're in a grocery store in the United States, what is labeled a "yam" is most likely a sweet potato This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up ...

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2019-09-13 23:00:00



'Chef Show' Volume 2 Has Chuckling Seth Rogen and a Trip to Skywalker Ranch  

Notes on a new TV show plus a roundup of the week's food pop culture news A version of this post originally appeared on September 13, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. If you like watching famous people cook food, the good news is that a brand new season of The Chef Show is now streaming on Netflix. Here are some notes on that show, plus a roundup of the week's ...

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2019-09-13 23:00:00



What's the Difference Between Whiskey, Scotch, Bourbon, and Rye?  

Master1305 / Shutterstock It's usually a difference in the mash used This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full ...

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2019-09-13 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Caramel, Butterscotch, Dulce de Leche, and Cajeta?   

Thais Ceneviva / Shutterstock There are marked differences between these four dessert staples This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox o...

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2019-09-13 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Corned Beef and Pastrami?  

mattburchell / Shutterstock Both are made from beef, albeit different parts of the animal This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or ca...

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2019-09-13 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Russian and Thousand Island Dressing?  

TY Lim / Shutterstock Both have a mayonnaise-ketchup base This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full archive. W...

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2019-09-13 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Seltzer, Club Soda, and Sparkling Mineral Water?   

Danila Shtantsov / Shutterstock It's not just the carbon dioxide content at play This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up ...

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2019-09-13 17:00:00



What's the Difference Between Chicken Nuggets, Tenders, Cutlets, and Fingers?   

muratozdil / Shutterstock They're all breaded-and-fried meat, but what are they exactly? This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or c...

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2019-09-13 17:00:00



The Hottest Look in Streetwear Is a $20 T-Shirt From a New York City Corner Store  

Jaya Saxena Gem Spa, the New York City corner store credited as the birthplace of the egg cream, is at risk of closing — but a cool-kid T-shirt drop could save it Gem Spa, a corner store in Manhattan's East Village, has several claims to fame. It's the supposed birthplace of the egg cream, a New York City soda shop delicacy made by blasting milk and flavored syrup (usually chocolate or vanilla) with seltzer; its signage — bold yellow letters spelling "GEM SPA" in s...

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2019-09-13 14:58:06



Fuck It, Here's a Post About Caroline Calloway's Yale Plates  

Caroline Calloway and (maybe, possibly) the infamous Yale plates | Caroline Calloway: Getty Images; Yale plates: Etsy/FranaVintage You can buy them (or at least something similar) on Etsy This week is all about Caroline Calloway. Yes, there were Democratic debates last night, but two evenings prior The Cut published a personal essay from Calloway's former friend and collaborator Natalie Beach that spawned tweets and explainers and takes that have actually made Caroline Callo...

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2019-09-13 11:37:56



An Anonymous Domino's App Order Delivered a SWAT Team to a California Home  

Shutterstock Plus, it's not totally clear if the Impossible Burger is kosher, and more news to start your day Gamers are now making Domino's do their dirty work Have yourself a feel-bad-Friday with this story: A SWAT team showed up to a home in Sherman Oaks, California, after an unknown person sent a message via the Domino's delivery app, claiming that a hostage situation was in progress. Police arrested one person and interviewed others, only to find that there was no ...

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2019-09-13 11:36:22



Adam Perry Lang Flew on Jeffrey Epstein's Private Jet, Pilot Testifies  

Adam Perry Lang and Jeffrey Epstein | Adam Perry Lang photo: Kris Connor/Getty; Jeffrey Epstein photo: Rick Friedman/Getty. Recently unsealed depositions claim that Lang accompanied the disgraced financier on several trips In recently unsealed court documents, a pilot claims that Adam Perry Lang — the chef/proprietor of LA hot spot APL and a forthcoming Napa Valley steakhouse — flew with convicted sex offender and alleged sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein aboard his private p...

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2019-09-13 09:53:54



Critics Want This Fancy Berkeley Shopping District to Stop Calling Itself the Gourmet Ghetto  

Photo by Smith Collection/Gado/Getty Images The north Berkeley neighborhood, home to Chez Panisse, has used the "Gourmet Ghetto" moniker for decades

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2019-09-13 09:52:26



The Case for Kid-Friendly Restaurants and Bars  

Toronto Star via Getty Images Nialls Fallon of The Fly joins Eater's Digest to explain why he loves running a "family-friendly" restaurant On a recent Sunday evening in Bed-Stuy, as soon as the sign on the door at The Fly flipped from "Closed" to "Open" at promptly five o'clock, several families with young children piled into the booths, looking to grab early dinner at the buzzy rotisserie chicken before their kids' bedtime routines. As the comments on a rec...

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2019-09-12 14:18:15



Annie and the Chocolate Factory  

Eater Young Gun Annie Kamin ('19) built Dandelion Chocolate's massive new factory — and in the process, its potential to go huge It was 2016 and Dandelion Chocolate, a small bean-to-bar chocolate maker in San Francisco, was strapped for product. The company was sitting on a 500-vendor-deep waitlist for its artisan chocolate bars, but work on the company's colossal 34,000-square-foot Mission District chocolate factory — originally scheduled to open in 2015 — had stal...

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2019-09-12 11:45:00



YouTube Prankster Opened a Fake Restaurant on a Delivery App and Delivered Microwaved Meals  

Michele Tantussi/Getty Images Plus, LeBron James can't trademark "Taco Tuesday," and more news to start your day Could it be that delivery platforms don't vet for anything? A YouTuber in London has drawn a whole bunch of negative attention to food delivery platform Deliveroo: Vice reports that Josh Pieters was able to register a fake restaurant with the company, and then sell microwaved meals in plastic trays to customers. (To ensure the prank was firmly on Deliveroo ...

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2019-09-12 10:54:29



The Death and Life of America's Lesbian Bars  

The lack of a lesbian bar in Los Angeles, America's second-largest city, is a big, flashing warning sign. Enter the Fingerjoint. On a recent summer evening, a woman-dominated crowd was gathered at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, whose bright yellow facade beams across from a Greyhound Bus depot. The occasion: a happy hour sponsored by the Women's Center for Creative Work, a feminist workspace and gallery. Guests toured the museum after hours and browsed th...

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2019-09-12 09:45:58



Popeyes to Customers: Bring a Bun and Make Your Own Damn Sandwich  

Photo: Popeye's A bun stuffed with chicken tenders is not the same as the sandwich, but okay It's hard to believe that a mere few weeks ago, the entire nation was mired in the collective fever dream of the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich Mania — until, suddenly, it was cut short at the height of the frenzy. Popeyes announced on August 27 that the sandwich was officially "sold out" for an indeterminate amount of time, putting a temporary stop to the weeks of ridiculous lines...

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2019-09-12 09:02:00



Why Restaurateur Ashley Christensen Wanted to Be Her Own Landlord   

Pooleside Pies will serve Neapolitan-style pizzas starting Friday, September 13. | Lauren V. Allen/Pooleside Pies With her new restaurant Pooleside Pies, the chef is putting down deeper roots in Raleigh  Ashley Christensen has built a veritable restaurant neighborhood in Raleigh, North Carolina. The long-awaited latest addition to her empire is right next door to Poole's Diner, the historic restaurant she revamped with French-inflected Southern food in 2007. And with...

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2019-09-11 16:59:09



10 Out of 10 Sensationalized Food Study Headlines Will Kill You Dead  

Is Diet Coke going to kill you or what? | Photo: Tom Eversley / Shutterstock Don't take every food study at face value Last week, the peer-reviewed medical journal JAMA Internal Medicine published a new study that found that greater consumption of sweetened soft drinks was associated with a higher risk of death. According to the study, which tracked more than 450,000 adults across 10 European countries over 16 years, habitual drinkers of artificially sweetened soda —...

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2019-09-11 13:36:58



The Rise of 'Hangry': A Modern Word for a Timeless Feeling  

Shutterstock From Etsy signs to Snickers ad campaigns, 'hangry' is the word (and feeling) we can't get away from On the bus through Tuscany, I thought only of death. It was a perfectly beautiful day; outside, an endless range of sun-drenched, undulating hills, the kind that calls American women to give up their busy, money-driven lives in favor of romance and adventure found between wine tastings. But I could not see the appeal of the landscape or the rom-com I could pot...

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2019-09-11 11:47:30



Kitchen-Testing the Best Pizza Ovens for Wood-Fire Pies at Home  

Kitchen gadget tester Esther Choi and Mike Fadem of Brooklyn's Ops put the Ooni 3 and the Roccbox through their paces The biggest speed bump for making the perfect at-home pizza is the oven. Standard ovens that just don't reach temperatures high enough (ideally 750 to 800 degrees), and specialty pizza ovens often carry high price tags. While plenty of gadget makers have tried to solve for both the temperature and price problem (even in quirky ways, like this oven shaped lik...

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2019-09-11 11:30:00



America's Culinary School Grads Struggle With Student Loans. Which Presidential Candidates Will Save Them From Crushing Debt?  

Getty Images From canceling student loan debt to vague promises of accountability, how Warren, Sanders, and Mayor Pete pledge to help culinary school grads Collectively, Americans owe $1.6 trillion in student loans, spread across an estimated 45 million people. One third of American adults under 30 have student debt, according to Pew Research. "[N]early 40 percent of borrowers may default on their student loans by 2023," according to a 2018 Brookings report. To call it a c...

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2019-09-11 10:49:37



Woman Who Advocated Against Importing Garlic Was Secretly Importing Garlic All Along  

Photo by Roberto Machado Noa/LightRocket via Getty Images Plus, Colonel Sanders is your boyfriend now, and more news to start your day Oh so it's cool when she does it? Letetia Ware, garlic farmer and the former head of the Australian Garlic Industry Association, was on a crusade to end garlic imports. Australia, which is notoriously strict about customs, had high quality, homegrown garlic, she said, and the imported stuff (often from China) usually had to be bleached to pr...

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2019-09-10 18:19:09



What the New iPhone Means for Your Dismal Food Photos  

The latest iPhone model is bound to impact how smartphone users photograph food. | iPhone photo: Apple. Chicken photo: Jenny G. Zhang. The iPhone 11 camera will mean a vast improvement in quality for Instagram food photos You can always tell when a photo of food was taken in a dimly lit restaurant. Either it's dark and barely visible or there's the telltale glare of a flash, imbuing the shot with an unappetizing garishness. Or a third possibility where the image has been p...

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2019-09-10 17:35:11



A Spam Sweatshirt, a Melon Baller, and More Things to Buy This Week  

Your weekly dispatch from the 'Add to Cart' newsletter This post originally appeared on September 10, 2019, in Add to Cart — the weekly newsletter for people who love shopping (almost) as much as they love eating. Subscribe now. "Entertaining," as a noun, is a stuffy word, but at its core, it's just about having people over to eat and drink. If you've had friends come over and fed them cheese and Triscuits, congratulations, you've basically entertained. Take it...

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2019-09-10 13:38:30



Enjoy Summer's Bounty All Year by Making Your Own Jam    

Recreate Sqirl's "famed ricotta toast" with these tools  Once known primarily as jelly's understudy on peanut butter sandwiches, jam has surpassed the second slice of bread. It's the rainbow atop the "famed ricotta toast" at LA's Sqirl, which also sells a bimonthly jam subscription and just announced plans for a jam book slated for April 2020. It sits on the shelves of artisanal, gourmet shops, alongside signs announcing the region's fleeting specialties:...

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2019-09-10 12:00:00



A One-Pan, Cast-Iron Showstopper for Your Next Dinner Party  

Eater Young Gun Jeremy Hoffman borrows from a traditional New Year's feast for his go-to dinner-party meal This is Party Time, a column featuring Young Gun-approved approaches for acing a dinner party. Eater Young Gun Jeremy Hoffman ('13) and Michelle Hoffman, his wife and partner in Preserve Eats, are known far and wide for their fermentation skills. Their Annapolis restaurant shows off the versatility of preserved foods, drawing on the region's local bounty to prepare ...

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2019-09-10 11:26:01



Wendy's Is Doing Breakfast Again, Has a Really Good Feeling About It This Time  

Breakfast at Wendy's. | Image courtesy of Wendy's Plus, the Midwest loves White Claw, and more news to start your day Wendy's is giving nationwide breakfast the old college try again After trying and failing to make headway in breakfast time and time again, Wendy's is recommitting to the first meal of the day with a plan to invest $20 million and hire 20,000 additional employees in order to launch a nationwide breakfast menu in 2020. The chain's breakfast options, w...

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2019-09-10 09:02:00



A Cobb Salad Is the Perfect Pre-Gaming Meal  

Brent Hofacker / Shutterstock It leaves enough room for beers, but absorbs whatever you choose to drink  This post originally appeared in the September 9, 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. A few weeks ago, an internal debate arose among Eater editors: What's the best "pre-gaming" meal for a night of...

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2019-09-09 18:25:08



How to Destroy a Successful Restaurant Chain  

Carolyn Figel for Eater A successful conveyor belt sushi chain in Seattle and California shuttered overnight — what happened?

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2019-09-09 11:34:01



The 38 Essential Lisbon Restaurants  

Shutterstock Where to find the best egg tarts, grilled seafood, and tasting menus in Portugal's capital Visitors and locals alike have long cited food as a reason to visit Lisbon, but it wasn't until recently that the Portuguese capital was thought of as "cool," says Miguel Pires, a local restaurant reviewer, author of Eat in Lisbon and co-author of Mesa Marcada. Countless articles — and a real estate market flooded with foreign buyers — later, and the restaurant s...

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2019-09-09 11:00:00



Throw a Dinner Party Just Like Amy Sedaris  

Amy Sedaris in season one of "At Home with Amy Sedaris" on TruTV. | Photo by KC Bailey for TruTV Five ways to bring the comedian's zany style to your next get-together I want to be more like Amy Sedaris. The comedian, known for her work in cultishly adored television like Strangers With Candy and BoJack Horseman, has mastered the art of being the most outrageous version of herself, even when it's time to perform: like, say, when a bunch of people are coming over and it...

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2019-09-09 10:38:25



Wine-Fueled Ponzi Scheme Sounds Like a Really Low-Stakes 'Law & Order' Episode  

Plus, hard seltzer taprooms exist now, and more news to start your day Fyre Fest but make it highbrow Omar Khan, a business consultant known for wooing investors with his extravagant tastes in wine and food, is being investigated by the Manhattan DA's Major Economic Crimes bureau after allegedly conning people into investing in his events business—and then never paying out. A group of swindled investors is already suing him in state court for $8.3 million, but now the allega...

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2019-09-07 09:41:00



Australian Import 'The Chefs' Line' Is One of the Best Cooking Shows on Netflix   

Dan Hong, Mark Olive, and Melissa Leong | Netflix/The Chefs' Line Notes on a new TV show plus a roundup of the week's food pop culture news A version of this post originally appeared on September 6, 2019, in "Eat, Drink, Watch" — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Before we dive into the big food TV season ahead, I've got a recommendation for a terrific show that quietly slipped into the ...

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2019-09-06 17:10:01



America Loved White Claw So Much, It's Running Out  

Kristen Norman/Chicago Tribune/Tribune News Service via Getty Images The spiked seltzer brand is experiencing a shortage White Claw summer might officially be over. As with Popeye's chicken sandwiches and Impossible burgers before it, hard seltzer brand White Claw is experience shortage because people simply loved it too much. A representative for the brand tells CNN that the U.S. is experiencing a White Claw shortage thanks to the many, many memes that drove the season'...

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2019-09-06 16:44:56



Starbucks's New Concept Takes 'Don't Talk to Me Before I've Had My Coffee' to a New Extreme  

Starbucks will soon open a store in New York City serving only takeout coffees ordered through the app Starbucks has long touted itself as a "third place" away from home and work, where people can sit, relax, and use the restroom, regardless of whether or not they've made a purchase. But the future of the chain may be "to go," if CEO Kevin Johnson's plans are any indication. In an interview with Bloomberg, Johnson revealed that the...

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2019-09-06 12:21:31



Watch the Fab Five Group-Text Their Way to Tokyo in 'Queer Eye: We're in Japan!' Trailer  

The gang will be joined by some guest guides during their stay in Japan The first trailer for the long-promised Tokyo season of Queer Eye is here. In the clip, the members of the Fab Five — food expert Antoni Porowski, grooming maven Jonathan Van Ness, fashion guru Tan France, interior designer Bobby Berk, and general life coach Karamo Brown — make the decision to go to Japan during a long group text exchange with model/actor Kiko Mizuhara. The trailer for this mini-season, w...

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2019-09-06 12:20:00



Upgrade Grocery-Store Rotisserie Chicken Into Incredible Chilaquiles  

How Christina Nguyen and Eater Young Gun Birk Grudem ('14) of Hola Arepa and Hai Hai in Minneapolis hack a store-bought roast chicken Whole Foods and Costco have sold Americans on the grab-and-go rotisserie chicken. Americans bought more then 625 million pre-cooked rotisserie chickens in 2017, and if the internet's archives — which are littered with millions of recipes and hacks — are any indication, at least part of the draw (in addition to the loss-leader pricing) is th...

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2019-09-06 11:24:05



The Restaurant Trends You'll Be Seeing This Fall  

Bill Addison Power collabs, new French spots, and even more fast casual — get ahead of the restaurant curve this fall with the newest episode of "Eater's Digest" Downside of summer ending: Goodbye to those lazy, White Claw-filled rooftop evenings. The upside: Everything is new, from food TV shows to cookbooks to restaurants. And as all that newness hits, trends emerge. Taking a close look at the most-anticipated restaurant openings from coast to coast, Eater restaurant...

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2019-09-06 11:18:26



Starbucks's Howard Schultz Customizes His Presidential Bid: I Quit  

Photo by Steven Ferdman/Getty Images Plus, fake shrimp is coming, and more news to start your day. Howard Schultz won't be your commander in frappu-chief Rich guy and Starbucks founder Howard Schultz will not be the next American president: the ex-CEO of the coffee giant officially shut down his presidential campaign today. Schultz started looking into a presidential run as an independent candidate at the start of 2019, prompting widespread concern among Democrats that he w...

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2019-09-06 10:42:33



What Exactly Are Starbucks's Egg Bites? An Investigation  

They're disconcertingly good Starbucks, a caffeine and sugar merchant pretending to be a community center, built its reputation on its coffee drinks, which satisfy base caffeine addiction with dessert flavors so they feel like a treat. (Another way to say "Frappuccino" is "coffee milkshake.") But despite its continual best efforts, the chain's food offerings don't often break through. There's a lot of variety — cold sandwiches and hot sandwiches and salads and p...

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2019-09-06 09:00:00



Restaurant Owners Should Embrace — and Pay Above — the $15 Minimum Wage  

Dirt Candy chef-owner Amanda Cohen on the necessary shift higher wages can bring 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 wan...

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2019-09-05 16:19:11



Congrats, Nerds, You Can Now Take Disney's Grenade-Shaped Stars Wars Sodas on Planes  

The novelty drinks come in Coca-Cola, Diet Coke, Sprite, and Dasani varieties. | Screenshot: Coca-Cola/YouTube The TSA has always been inconsistent in its regulations, at least until a titan like Disney gets involved Star Wars nerds and novelty drink collectors can now unclench: the Transportation Security Administration has reversed its decision to ban the "thermal detonator"-shaped bottles of Coke and Sprite that Coca-Cola created for Disneyland's and Disney World's ...

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2019-09-05 15:17:28



Late-Night Workers Need Late-Night Transit  

How night-shift workers suffer from poor transit options — and how to make the overnight commute better

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2019-09-05 14:23:20



The World's Largest Starbucks Is Nigh Upon Us  

The four-story shop opens in Chicago this November

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2019-09-05 13:15:00



Guiding the Next Generation  

Chef Lamar Moore in the kitchen at the Swill Inn, Chicago. For black chefs, representation can be powerful; when it comes to their mentors, it's vital From the moment young, black aspiring chefs enter the kitchen at the Swill Inn, a gastropub just outside of downtown Chicago, chef Lamar Moore offers his first lesson: You belong. In an industry where only 17 percent of chefs nationwide are black, such affirmations can be vital for up-and-coming restaurant professionals who do...

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2019-09-05 11:46:14



The Story Behind the José Andrés Nonprofit Serving Hurricane Dorian Victims  

Jose Andres | Photo: World Central Kitchen / Facebook World Central Kitchen is on the ground in the Bahamas — serving meals as they did in Puerto Rico, Haiti, and Houston Update: 9/4/2019, 11:45 a.m.: This story was originally published November 10, 2017. It has been updated throughout to reflect the latest information. Nearly two years since Jose Andres's nonprofit World Central Kitchen made headlines for its efforts in Puerto Rico, it's on the ground leadin...

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2019-09-05 11:20:00



Can My Boss Ask Me to Share My Tips?  

Photo: Shutterstock, Photoillustration: Eater. Short answer: Yes. Long answer: It's complicated. Tipping is an outdated, discriminatory system, but for many front-of-house workers in America, it's just the way it is. And for however many restaurant lobbying groups fight to keep tipping the status quo, plenty of operators — from Salt Bae to Jose Andres— still fall into legal hot water, especially when it comes to mismanaging the tip pool, or how employees share tips. ...

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2019-09-05 11:12:54



Heinz Leans Into Brexit Early With Its Most Austere Can of Beans Yet  

Shutterstock Plus, Bud Light gets dinged for false advertising, and more news to start your day For those in need of just one baked bean British people love baked beans. Along with "having a queen" and "rudeness masked as politeness," it's part of their culture. Hence, this story: a Bristol man ripped open a can of Heinz baked beans and mystery red sauce, only to discover one single bean inside. True to British form, he didn't get angry, and instead resorted to a ...

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2019-09-05 10:09:24



Piers Morgan Thinks Gordon Ramsay's 'Inedible' Vegan Food Is the Biggest Issue Facing Britain Right Now  

Dave M. Benett/Getty Images 'There's the future, no more beef wellington because Gordon's now into vegan food'

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2019-09-05 10:05:31



The 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer' Doublemeat Burger Walked So Beyond Meat Could Run  

Buffy the Vampire Slayer/20th Century Fox Television Put a stake in 'er, she's done Welcome to The Reheat, a space for Eater writers to explore landmark (and lukewarm) culinary moments of the recent and not-so-recent past. Season six of the beloved show Buffy the Vampire Slayer is arguably its most controversial, taking on a sinister tone as Buffy, back from the dead (again), readapts to the raw cruelty of life on the mortal plane: She begins a destructive sexual relation...

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2019-09-05 09:32:00



When Did Powdered-Packet Mac and Cheese Become a 'Health Food'?   

Annie's Homegrown changed the instant mac aisle, and gave powdered cheese a halo of health in the process Powdered cheese is an astounding innovation. Methods of dehydrating cheese are "a means of preserving cheese solids under conditions to which natural cheese would not normally be subjected," according to The Fundamentals of Cheese Science. Some feel quite natural, like the dried, crumbled Parmesan that may have adorned your dinner table or pizzeria counter. But others, ...

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2019-09-05 09:29:47



Watch Football Underdog Rudy Become Colonel Sanders in New KFC Commercial  

The famous sports movie hero is now KFC's goateed mascot Just in time for the launch of Thursday Night Football, America's original stunt-loving fried chicken chain, KFC, is bringing back a character from a beloved (but deeply flawed) sports movie: Rudy. In the new commercial, Rudy, played by original star Sean Astin, still has dreams of making it big — but instead of instead of playing for Notre Dame, he now yearns to become the next Colonel Sanders. Just like the origin...

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2019-09-05 09:12:00



How the Le Creuset Dutch Oven Rose to Icon Status  

South China Morning Post via Getty Images Explaining the history of (and obsession with) the cultishly beloved kitchen essential The Le Creuset Dutch oven is that candy-colored cast-iron pot every food obsessive seems to own. Useful for cooking all kinds of dishes, from braises to loaves of bread, these heavy-duty pots are prized for their easy-to-clean enamel, even heat conduction, and tight-fitting lids. They're famously expensive — the 5.5-quart option will still se...

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2019-09-04 17:37:01



Instead of a Making a Better Chicken Sandwich, Jack in the Box Just Added More Chicken  

Behold Jack in the Box's Really Big Chicken Sandwich. | Jack in the Box [Official photo] It's called the Really Big Chicken Sandwich and that's exactly what it is In the chicken sandwich wars there are established sandwiches, there are better sandwiches, and there are sandwiches with more chicken. Jack in the Box has firmly invested in column C. While Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen was enjoying the sales bump from its two-week-long, sell-out chicken sandwich promotion and con...

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2019-09-04 11:45:45



In Newfoundland, You Have to Ask for Noodles in Your Chow Mein   

A plate of traditional chow mein | Shutterstock/Hannamariah In "Chop Suey Nation," author Ann Hui explores the immigration stories behind Canada's small-town Chinese restaurants  There's a chop suey restaurant in every small Canadian town. These restaurants serve the kind of food that journalist Ann Hui used to dismiss as inauthentic. And yet, Hui wanted to know how Canada's chop suey restaurants — each with the same menu of egg rolls and sweet-and-sour p...

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2019-09-04 11:13:47



Watch: Chef Tatsuya Sekiguchi Embraces Local Seafood at his New York Omakase  

Scallops, clams, mussels, and more from Connecticut, Maine, and Long Island are the stars of Omakase Room by Tatsu Tatsuya Sekiguchi didn't aspire to be a sushi chef — in fact, he aspired not to be. Growing up in Japan where his house operated as a restaurant and his family all worked in the business, Sekiguchi wasn't very fond of it all. But eventually, in part inspired by the untimely death of his brother and with training from his father, chef Sekiguchi embraced the ar...

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2019-09-04 10:54:34



Yes, Give Your Fingerprints to Amazon for a Slightly Quicker Checkout at Whole Foods  

A Whole Foods store near Union Square in New York. | Photo: Roman Tiraspolsky/Shutterstock Plus, Krispy Kreme gets in on PSL season, and more news to start your day Hands could be the new credit card at Whole Foods In Amazon's vision of the future, customers could soon be using body scans as a payment method in Whole Foods stores. The tech and retail giant is currently testing a system called "Orville" that allows Amazon Prime users to scan their hands to ring up a...

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2019-09-04 09:52:00



What's the Difference Between Grits, Polenta, and Cornmeal?  

Yes, there is a difference This post originally appeared in an edition of What's the Difference?, a weekly newsletter for the curious and confused by New York City writer Brette Warshaw. Eater will be publishing all editions that parse food-related differences, though those hardly scratch the surface of the world's (and the newsletter's) curiosities: Sign up to get What's the Difference? in your inbox or catch up on the full archive. What's the difference between... ...

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2019-09-04 09:12:00



These Serene TikToks Recreating Anime Food Scenes Will Make You Happy and Hungry  

TikTok/Michael Chow, Netflix/Flavors of Youth Mmmm, cartoon noodles Anyone who's ever tried to draw knows that depicting food looks appetizing and not just like a buffet of brown shapes is hard. But anime has a way of making eating look amazing. Sure, sitting down to a magical feast might turn your parents into pigs and leave you to navigate your way through a haunted bathhouse until you can lift the curse, but the noodles look so enticing, sometimes better than the real thi...

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2019-09-03 15:23:36



The Most Anticipated Restaurants for Fall 2019  

Everywhere you'll want to eat for the rest of the year April feels like an eternity ago, but there's a plate of memelas that has stayed with me since then: The blue corn cakes sported a swish of white bean puree, and were topped with pickled onions and jackfruit in cindery mole almendrado. The porcelain plate itself is one LA's most iconic, white with large blue fonts that spelled "Sqirl Los Angeles." The memelas are a glimpse into the upcoming collaboration between...

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2019-09-03 13:07:13






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