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Chef Gary Is the Best Part of ‘Wet Hot American Summer: Ten Years Later’

He started in the mess hall, but now he’s a big deal chef For fans of the original Wet Hot American Summer, one of the most satisfying parts of the new star-studded Netflix sequel is seeing that lowly line cook Gary (played by A.D. Miles) has blossomed into a hot shot Manhattan chef. Show More Summary

Starbucks-Loving NFL Player Stefon Diggs Gets Custom Coffee Cleats

He can kick a field goal then wait in line for Frappucinos Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Stefon Diggs is apparently a major fan of omnipresent, trend-swallowing coffee chain Starbucks. And tonight, Diggs will take his fandom to the...Show More Summary

Shake Shack Will Hit Shanghai in 2019

It will be the chain’s first mainland China location Shake Shack is headed to Shanghai: The beloved Danny Meyer-founded burger chain revealed this morning it will open its first mainland China location by 2019. The announcement comes...Show More Summary

Minimum Wage Surcharge at Billionaire-Owned Restaurant Outrages Diners

The Oceanaire’s 3 percent fee struck a nerve As minimum wages rise across numerous areas of the country, one restaurant chain decided to be vocal about passing increased labor costs onto its customers. The Oceanaire, a high-end seafood...Show More Summary

Steakhouse Mocks Up $26K Fake Check For NFL Rookies

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers wanted to prank their new teammates It’s a tradition that NFL players will rack up hefty restaurant bills and force new players to pick up the tab. But, one team has used this hazing history to stage a much kinder prank. Show More Summary

The 15 Hottest New Restaurants in Hong Kong

Where to find Thai noodles and Sichuan peppercorn pizza in Asia’s bustling metropolis Today, Eater returns to Hong Kong to check in on 15 newish restaurants that have been garnering some serious buzz. As with the Hong Kong 38, we'veShow More Summary

Baristas Brace for the Too-Early Pumpkin Spice Latte Season

Plus, a petition against In-N-Out and other food news to know It’s still summer, but the pumpkin spice latte is already preparing for its comeback. Starbucks hasn’t announced an official release date yet, but expect to see it back in...Show More Summary

Tina Fey Recommends ‘Sheet-caking’ to Deal With Trump’s America

“Don’t yell it at the Klan... Yell it into the cake.” University of Virginia alum Tina Fey stopped by Weekend Update: Summer Edition last night to talk about the violence in Charlottesville and the planned protests around the country...Show More Summary

The Forgotten History of Black Chefs

An excerpt from The Cooking Gene APPRENTICES WANTED. One or two colored or black Girls will be taken as Apprentices, for a certain term of years, to the PASTRY BUSINESS, by a free colored woman, who is a complete PastryCook. Proper care will be taken of those placed with her. Show More Summary

Watch: How This Cuban Bakery Became a Los Angeles Legend

‘Cult Following’ goes to Porto’s for its iconic potato balls and tres leches One of the biggest and busiest restaurants in the Los Angeles area is a Cuban bakery called Porto’s. No matter what time of the week, each location of the mini-chain overflows with people looking for affordable sandwiches, potato balls, and cheese rolls. Show More Summary

Watch: How to Make the Perfect Egg Yolk Burger

‘You Can Do This’ host Clifford Endo finds a solution to nestling a yolk inside a patty For the people who like eggs on their burger, there’s a problem: As soon as the yolk breaks, it runs all over the plate and — thanks to the existence of the whites — the yolk never hits the meat. Show More Summary

Say Hello to Martina, Danny Meyer’s Latest Fast-Casual Experiment

It opened last night in New York City Danny Meyer’s latest restaurant, a pizza spot called Martina, looks like it wants to be the next Shake Shack. The Neapolitan-style pizza restaurant, which debuted for friends and family in New York...Show More Summary

The White Lies of Craft Culture

How the world of small batch, single origin, and totally artisanal erases the people of color who made it possible Last fall, the chef Sean Brock and brewmaster Ryan Coker of Revelry Brewing unveiled a collaboration called Amber Waves,...Show More Summary

DC Hitmaker Erik Bruner-Yang Isn’t Afraid to Try Something Different

The chef changes course at his upcoming restaurant Spoken English No restaurant owner wants their opening pushed back due to construction issues. But for DC chef Erik Bruner-Yang, delays at the new Line hotel, where he’ll debut two restaurants...Show More Summary

Guy Fieri Brings His Unique Brand of Donkey Sorcery to Raiders Training

Sir Spikey was chilling with the boys in silver and black this week Flavortown founder emeritus Guy Fieri rolled up to Raiders training in Napa, California this week to grill meat for his favorite football players. The Spikey One and...Show More Summary

Starbucks’ Howard Schultz Speaks Out Against ‘the Empowerment of White Supremacists’

The coffee chain’s founder addressed employees about the events in Charlottesville Following the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville last weekend, Starbucks founder Howard Schultz spoke to his employees at a forum called “Hate...Show More Summary

Uno Pizzeria Fires Employee Who Marched in Charlottesville White Supremacist Rally

He was ID’d on Twitter and lost his job a few days later An Uno Pizzeria & Grill chef by the name of Ryan Roy lost his job at a Vermont location of the chain this week after the company learned that he participated in the violent white supremacist march in Charlottesville, Virginia over the weekend. Show More Summary

Trump Winery Says It Has Nothing to Do With Trump

Fake wine news alert The winery that bears Donald Trump’s name, which is located in Charlottesville, VA, has long denied having anything to do with the current President of the United States. Earlier this week during a press conference...Show More Summary

Low-Waste Cocktails Are the Next Big Thing

Bartenders are getting creative with their trash They may not be advertising it to patrons — there’s nothing like the word “sustainable” to kill a buzz — but, the cocktail world is paying attention to its impact on the environment. As...Show More Summary

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