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Here Is the Full List of 2017 James Beard Foundation Media Award Winners

Congratulations to all At a ceremony in New York City tonight, the James Beard Foundation announced its Media Award winners for 2017. Formerly known as the Book, Broadcast, and Journalism Awards — the broad categories the FoundationShow More Summary

Katy Perry Starts a Mysterious Cherry Pie Competition on Twitter

What the heck is going on? Katy Perry, the person with the most Twitter followers in the world, just launched an unusual new campaign where she’s asking her 97 million fans to bake pies and share their pics with her: Bake me a pie and...Show More Summary

James Beard Foundation Awards 2017: News, Updates, and Winners

Everything you need to know Beard season has officially arrived: Today the James Beard Foundation released its list of Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists for 2017. On Wednesday, March 15, the foundation will release its (much shorter) list of final nominees at A.O.C. Show More Summary

The 12 Hottest New Restaurants in Vancouver

Find everything from upscale delis to back-alley taco shops in this bustling Canadian city Today, Eater visits Vancouver, Canada, to check in with 12 newish bars and restaurants that are garnering some serious buzz. We’ve tapped local...Show More Summary

What Is Going on at Whole Foods?

The retailer is struggling to compete with other grocers Whole Foods, the first national grocery store chain to champion organic products, market wellness as a retail category, and sell three stalks of asparagus in a bottle of water for $6, is going through a tough time. Show More Summary

Pizza Dress Is the Only Thing You Need in Your Closet

Say hello to the fiercest look of Spring 2017 Costume designer Olivia Mears, the creator of the Taco Belle dress, has designed another junk food-themed garment, and it is spectacular. Say hello to the pizza dress: A post shared by Olivia...Show More Summary

Gordon Ramsay’s Daughter Says Her Dad Is ‘Really Tough’ on Her Cooking

It’s not always easy being a Ramsay Gordon Ramsay loves curse words like a dog loves a bone, but anyone who’s watched MasterChef and MasterChef Junior knows that the food media star adopts a much softer tone when he’s talking to children as opposed to adults. Show More Summary

This Pop-Up Restaurant Will Serve You Airplane Food

Plus, all the food news to know today • Because food bloggers will show up to a meal literally anywhere, a new pop-up “restaurant” in London is literally serving guests airline food. The pop-up, called “This Is How We Fly Today,” isShow More Summary

Watch: This Is How You Cook With Liquid Nitrogen

You don’t need to be a pro chef to use the super-cold liquid safely in the kitchen Liquid nitrogen isn’t all fun and games, it’s a serious cooking tool. In this episode of You Can Do This!, host Clifford Endo explains how to keep safe while toeing the line between chef and scientist. Show More Summary

Review: Jeremiah Tower Doc ‘The Last Magnificent’ Sizzles From Start to Finish

Five stars out of five for this new documentary from Lydia Tenaglia and Anthony Bourdain Do you like food? Do you like movies? Do you like movies about food? If you answered yes to any of those questions, you might enjoy Eater at the Movies, a column by Joshua David Stein. There many heroes to which one might compare chef Jeremiah Tower. Show More Summary

Gwyneth Paltrow Plans Outrageously Expensive Food/Wellness Fest

Hold onto your chakras, In Goop Health is coming this summer Gwyneth Paltrow, the original post-millennial celebrity-turned-lifestyle guru, is spearheading a conference in Los Angeles where attendees will live their best Goop lives, if only for one day: June 10, 2017. Show More Summary

Why Do People Wait in Long Lines for Craft Beer?

And is an escape from “adulting” really the answer? Whether the craft beer industry is booming or fading seems to be up for debate, but one thing is certain: No matter the larger trend, true aficionados are as excited as ever about new and rare brews. Show More Summary

Walmart Invents the Crotilla, a Mashup Literally No One Asked For

It’s (allegedly) a croissant-tortilla hybrid By the year 2048, the only edible substances left on Earth will be man-made hybrid foods portmanteaued within an inch of their lives: Cronuts! Cragels! Joffee! Appropriately, Walmart — which...Show More Summary

Anthony Bourdain Calls the Unicorn Frappuccino the ‘Perfect Nexus of Awfulness’

Tony has strong feelings about the Starbucks novelty drink During its brief time on this planet, the Unicorn Frappuccino inspired a lot of strong reactions from people — including food media superstar Anthony Bourdain. A few days ago, Town & Country asked the Parts Unknown host about the candy-colored calorie bomb from Starbucks. Show More Summary

Obama Is Coming Back From Vacation to Talk About Food

Plus, all the news to know today • President Barack Obama’s yacht-sailing-with-Oprah-and-Bruce-Springsteen vacation is over — Obama returns to public life next week, and on his calendar during these first few weeks back is a keynote at global food innovation summit Seeds&Chips, which takes place in Milan May 8-11. Show More Summary

How Barbara Lynch Built Her Restaurant Empire

The Boston chef and Time 100 honoree shares her secrets Barbara Lynch is the key player on the Boston restaurant scene. The 2014 James Beard Outstanding Restaurateur has eight restaurants in her home city, including a collaboration with...Show More Summary

Watch: Tasting Meaty, Cheesy, Submarine Sandwiches in Atlantic City

‘The Meat Show’ tackles huge and hearty sandwiches The White House Sub Shop carries the great honor of calling itself “the home of the submarine,” and although it isn’t the birthplace of the sandwich, it certainly is well-known both in and out of Atlantic City, NJ. Show More Summary

Watch: Every Dish on This Korean-Inspired Brunch Menu Is a Perfect Hangover Cure

‘K-Town’ heads to brunch at SouthGate in Philly for fried chicken and matcha waffles Brunch can be a good time to nurse last night’s sins, and SouthGate in Philadelphia is the perfect place to do so with Korean-inspired plates. K-Town...Show More Summary

The High-End Napa and Silicon Valley Restaurants You Need to Visit

Notes from editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt's California road trip This post originally appeared in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of her favorite food and restaurant stories — both on and off Eater — each week. Read...Show More Summary

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