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Anthony Bourdain Heads to Pittsburgh to See How Chefs Are Changing the Food Scene

‘Parts Unknown’ lands in Steel City this Sunday In the fourth episode of Parts Unknown’s 10th season, Anthony Bourdain heads to Pittsburgh. It’s a return to the Rust Belt for Bourdain, and as with his previous trips to American locales...Show More Summary

Opinion: We’ve Got American Cuisine All Wrong

How indigenous cultures are reclaiming their foodways This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Although hamburgers, pizza, and Coca-Cola are among the foods most often identified as “American” cuisine, the truth is that over-sugared, over-salted, and fat-laden processed fare does not represent the true American diet. Show More Summary

Florida Brewery Hatches Clever Plot to Thwart Richard Spencer Event

Trade in your admission tickets for free beer A brewery in Gainesville, Florida has cooked up an ingenious plan to undermine a speech by white nationalist Richard Spencer at the nearby University of Florida on Thursday. Alligator Brewing Co. Show More Summary

How Ladurée Taught Americans to ‘Patisserie’

What happens when a pastry shop becomes a bona fide lifestyle brand Ladurée is an interesting exception,” says pastry chef, author, and American expat in Paris David Lebovitz. “On the one hand French people love it, and will always love it, but they hate when anything becomes a chain. Show More Summary

Shake Shack Plush Toys Will Exceed Your Daily Cuteness Intake

Plus, Frank Bruni says pumpkin spice “is America” and more intel These Shake Shack plushes — a collaboration between the burger chain and designer toy brand Kidrobot — are kind of adorable, kind of frightening. New York Times columnist...Show More Summary

José Andrés and Team Have Served One Million Meals in Puerto Rico

He’s established 15 kitchens to serve people in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria Yesterday was a big day for José Andrés: After three weeks in Puerto Rico, the Washington, D.C.-based chef served an impressive one million meals with his...Show More Summary

Mario Batali Will Cook Homer Simpson on the New ‘Treehouse of Horror’

This is not the chef’s first time in Springfield The 28th annual “Treehouse of Horror” episode of The Simpsons will involve a cannibal-themed segment called “Mmm... Homer” that will feature a cameo from America’s favorite ravioli-slinger, Mario Batali. Show More Summary

What It Takes to Clean Up a Restaurant in Post-Hurricane Houston

When the water resides, the work really begins Kiran’s had only been re-open for seven months. After more than a decade in its original location in Houston’s Galleria shopping district, the upscale North Indian restaurant’s lease was...Show More Summary

Guy Fieri Is Feeding 5,000 Fire Evacuees Per Day

The Triple D host has been cooking for evacuees since last Thursday Santa Rosa, California resident Guy Fieri is helping the people of his community recover from the worst wildfire in California history. Last Thursday, Fieri and hisShow More Summary

Eleven Madison Park Now Sells a $24 Cup of Coffee

Plus more food news to know today Eleven Madison Park, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant in New York City that recently reopened after a revamp, now sells a cup of coffee for $24. The restaurant’s coffee director spends about 10 minutes preparing one cup of coffee, using high-end rare beans and fancy machines. Show More Summary

How the USDA Is Changing Under Trump

Restructuring, budget cuts, and stalled policy proposals are threatening progress This story was originally published on Civil Eats. The Trump Administration has been riddled with high-profile scandals since the President took office. Show More Summary

D.C. Still Has No Three-Michelin-Starred Restaurants

Michelin added two one-star restaurants to the 2018 guide Michelin announced its 2018 stars for Washington D.C. today, with few surprises — and for the second year, no three-star restaurants. The second Michelin guide to the nation’s...Show More Summary

Watch: Making Venison Coca-Cola Stew From Ted Nugent’s Cookbook

A recipe for ‘candied meat’ on ‘Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes’ Welcome back to Real Chefs Cook Dumb Recipes — a video series where chefs with varying accolades attempt the recipes created by non-chefs, people with literally zero culinary...Show More Summary

Beyond Delivery and DiGiorno: Why Fast-Casual Pizza Is So Hot

From LA to Boulder to NYC, restaurateurs across the country want a slice of the pie In 1984, Tom Monaghan realized his clientele had a need for speed. In a foolhardy claim, the co-founder of Domino’s Pizza promised that his deliveryShow More Summary

Watch News Anchors Lose their Minds Over the Pumpkin Spice Latte

A brilliant supercut from Last Week Tonight With John Oliver Starbucks has been releasing its caloric, entirely pumpkin-less autumnal special the Pumpkin Spice Latte every September for the last 15 years — and yet, new anchors still get irrationally excited about its arrival each fall. Show More Summary

The 38 Essential Buenos Aires Restaurants

Late-night grilled meats, omakase, and killer chorizo sandwiches in Argentina's capital city Café, parrilla, wine, repeat — that's pretty much what the buzzing Buenos Aires dining scene has been about for decades. Porteños (people from...Show More Summary

Macarons Are Performance Art Now

Marina Abramovi?’s latest work is a box of Ladurée cookies For her latest work, performance artist Marina Abramovi? addresses literal consumption: Ladurée is now selling macarons designed to taste like the Yugoslavian artist. For Marina...Show More Summary

7 Things to Know About ‘Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party’

VH1’s cooking show returns this week Tonight, Martha Stewart and Snoop Dogg will return to their tricked-out television kitchen for Season 2 of VH1’s primetime cooking/variety show Martha & Snoop’s Potluck Dinner Party. On every episode...Show More Summary

Carla Hall on Five Lessons Learned From Her Failed NYC Restaurant

And why the Top Chef alum “won’t make the same mistakes twice” Runway model-turned-caterer-turned-TV star Carla Hall has become a household name, thanks to a stint on season five of Top Chef and her work on The Chew, the Emmy Award-winning...Show More Summary

Eater Young Gun Ryan Rogers Opens His First Italian Restaurant In Louisville

Bar Vetti opens today “We like to pioneer stuff as much as possible,” Louisville, Kentucky-based chef and restaurateur Ryan Rogers says. And the Eater Young Gun’s newest restaurant, Bar Vetti, will mark a few firsts when it opens tonight...Show More Summary

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