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Watch: The Secret Behind Dum Dums’ ‘Mystery’ Flavor

It’s actually just about saving time Welcome to Snack Break, a new Eater video series that delivers fast facts about the foods we all love, in one minute or less. These bite-sized stories are ideal dinner party anecdotes, and they’re educational to boot. Show More Summary

This Week in Food: Alcohol and Taco Bell Are a Winning Combination

Plus, Trix cereal changed its colors and people are super angry Getting drunk at Taco Bell is going to be easier than ever Good news for fans of bean burritos and getting a little buzzed: Taco Bell has big expansion plans for Cantina, the chain’s fancy, millennial-focused concept. Show More Summary

Bar Uses Brilliant Sign to Shut Down Creepy Dudes

The message is crystal clear To cut down on creepy interactions from male patrons, the employees at the Beer Cellar in Exeter, England put this sign on the bar: This is definitely our favourite sign in the bar. Also if dudes could stop trying to kiss our female bartender's hands that would be great. Show More Summary

‘Out of Line’ by Barbara Lynch Is the Best Chef Memoir in Years

Plus reviews of ‘The Vegetarian,’ ‘Give a Girl a Knife,’ and more Welcome to Eater’s Book Club, a column where we share the books — old or new — that we’ve read this month. (Yes, there’s a focus on food, eating, and dining out.) Cork...Show More Summary

Watch: Jacques Pepin’s Double Life as a Ski Instructor

He is a man of many talents Years before he started teaching Americans how to cook rustic French food on TV, Jacques Pepin was developing recipes for Howard Johnson’s while also moonlighting as a ski instructor. In the second of twoShow More Summary

5 Things to Know About Marcus Samuelsson’s London Red Rooster

The Harlem import opens today Today is the day Marcus Samuelsson brings the restaurant that made his name virtually synonymous with contemporary Harlem dining to London. Red Rooster Shoreditch is officially open in the brand new, and...Show More Summary

Taco Bell Plans to Open More Boozy Cantinas

The chain will launch 300 more restaurants by 2022 Taco Bell is embarking upon a massive expansion that will bring more alcoholic slushies and fried chicken chips to America’s biggest cities. The chain also plans to open more of itsShow More Summary

What to Eat at 30 North American Airports

Food options are improving all the time The land of airport food has always been rife with bad-chain fare. But thanks to some enlightened planning, better and better options are starting to infiltrate airports across North America. There’s One Flew South, Atlanta’s destination airport restaurant. Show More Summary

A Four Mile Beer Pipeline Is Coming to This German Heavy Metal Festival

A gift from the metal gods As long as the heavy metal music is blasting from the stage and the beer is flowing freely from the bar, the 75,000 attendees of the annual Wacken Open Air Festival in Germany will be happy. To streamline the...Show More Summary

Activists Want In-N-Out to Change Its Burgers

Plus, all the food news to know today Activists are calling upon In-N-Out to serve beef raised without human antibiotics. In recent months, several fast-food chains have pledged to curb their use of protein pumped with antibiotics; In-N-Out...Show More Summary

Watch: This Grandma Is a Korean-Food Legend in Atlanta

‘K-Town’ heads to Stone Bowl House, where halmoni Han makes the banchan daily In this installment of K-Town, Eater LA editor and host Matthew Kang delves into Stone Bowl House, a classic Korean restaurant run by one of Atlanta's favorite chefs: halmoni Han. Everyone who comes into the restaurant knows Han as “halmoni,” or “grandma” in Korean. Show More Summary

Woman Sues Over Jelly Bean Exercise Supplements Containing Sugar

Some tricky labeling has landed “Sports Beans” into legal trouble In a time when well-done steak with ketchup may be the national dish of the United States, we may as well try to pass off jelly beans as a health food. That’s what bean-shaped candy giant Jelly Belly figures, anyway. Show More Summary

Whole Foods Will Open Its Full-Service Atlanta Restaurant Next Week

The Roast, a Brazilian churrasco, is adjacent to one of its grocery stores

Alinea’s Signature Edible Balloons Have Been Ripped Off

A Canadian company is to blame Alinea, one of Chicago’s most important, internationally acclaimed restaurants, has, uh, "inspired" some other culinary wizards yet again. The latest copycat appears to be a new company out of Toronto called...Show More Summary

Celebrate the ‘Star Wars’ 40th Anniversary With These Vintage Food Commercials

A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away... Every new Star Wars movie is accompanied by a tsunami of ads and merchandise, including, typically, more than a few burger chain tie-ins and affiliated food products. But when the film premiered...Show More Summary

Did We Really Need Edible Fidget Spinners?

Plus all the food news to know today New York City chef Eric Ripert has officially banned fidget spinners from his kitchens, but one Dallas bakery is offering up an edible version. The cookies actually do spin, sort of. Now we’re getting...Show More Summary

The Weirdness of Eating Colostrum as a New Mom

In a decade of professional dining, this is the one dish that gave me pause My breasts were engorged on the night I ate colostrum ice cream. My group and I were about five hours into our tasting menu at Blue Hill at Stone Barns in upstate...Show More Summary

Watch Kevin Spacey and Gordon Ramsay Try to Out-Swear Each Other

A cutting contest between two master trash talkers Gordon Ramsay and Kevin Spacey come from two entirely different schools of curse-word slinging: the former blasts foul language to whip a kitchen staff into shape, while the latter uses four-letter words to punctuate his nuanced performances on film. Show More Summary

Eating a Hamburger In Hamburg, Germany

How the burger’s namesake city interprets the American classic It’s a chilly spring day in Hamburg, Germany, and my boyfriend and I have just left our hotel en route to a place called Burger Lounge, which touts itself as a “Real American Diner.” Immediately, we are confronted with a May Day protest filled with bearded hipsters and angry punks. Show More Summary

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