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Peeps Pizza Is an Easter Food Tradition Gone Horribly Wrong

“It makes me physically ill” As far as holiday food traditions go, Easter isn’t quite as clear-cut as say, Thanksgiving: There might be ham, but maybe also lamb, or maybe just a boat-load of chocolate candy and bunny-shaped Sweetarts. Show More Summary

Rejoice: Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’ Returns This Month

Tony is making a trip to the South Pole this season Anthony Bourdain’s award-winning, compulsively-watchable CNN show Parts Unknown will makes its Season 9 debut on Sunday, April 30. This time around, the Kitchen Confidential authorShow More Summary

Pizza Fritta Is the Fried Calzone America Has Been Waiting For

One of Italy’s best pizzaiolos opens in NYC this week The number of Italian pizzaiolos coming to America has reached critical mass with this latest addition: Acclaimed Naples pizza maker Gino Sorbillo is setting up shop in the United States. Show More Summary

This Smooshed Easter Candy Looks Like Kim Jong-un

Here’s the Easter surprise no one saw coming If you want to make a pink marshmallow rabbit look like the leader of North Korea, all you have to do is apply a little bit of pressure with your thumb and index finger: Just a reminder. pic.twitter.com/71w2xNSbFJ...Show More Summary

Watch: Dim Sum Indulgence in San Francisco’s Chinatown

"Dining on a Dime" goes to Hang Ah Tea Room for its famous shu mai In this week’s episode of Dining on a Dime, host Lucas Peterson heads to San Francisco’s Chinatown, the largest and oldest Chinatown outside the continent of Asia. It’s also one of the most densely populated areas in the nation. Show More Summary

Why Locol’s $1 Coffee Brand Matters

Yes Plz wants to change how the world gets its caffeine fix A perhaps unexpected signature of Locol, Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson’s fast-food chain with a soul, was its one-dollar cup of coffee, which was not like most other one-dollar...Show More Summary

Burger King’s New Ad Will Trigger Your Google Home

This is annoying Burger King’s newest television commercial features a Brave New World of ad “interactivity” that most viewers will likely find obnoxious at best, weirdly invasive at worst. In the new commercials, meant to give consumers...Show More Summary

In-N-Out’s Secret Tomato Wrap Is the Bigfoot of Fast Food

Here’s everything you need to know about this burger Every In-N-Out Burger super fan knows that the popular California-based burger chain has a “secret menu” with special items like “Animal Style” burgers, cheese fries, and grilled cheese sandwiches. Show More Summary

Panera Bread Will Get New Owners Soon

Plus other food news to know today • Man, people love Panera Bread — including billionaires, who are apparently set to start a bidding war over ownership of the chain. Last week, the soup-and-sandwich stalwart revealed it was entertaining a $7.5 billion bid from JAB Holding Company, the coffee-focused group that also owns Krispy Kreme. Show More Summary

New Supreme Court Justices Are Hazed With Cafeteria Duty

Will Neil Gorsuch be forced to wear a hairnet? As the newest member of the SCOTUS, newly appointed justice Neil Gorsuch will influence some of the most important judicial rulings in the country. Perhaps more urgently, he’ll also be responsible...Show More Summary

Eater Young Guns 2017: Nominees by the Numbers

Breaking down the nominations for this year's best new industry talent It’s Young Guns season. The public nominations are all in, the panel of judges has been announced, and soon list of semifinalists will be revealed. But now, it’sShow More Summary

Everything You Need to Know About Noma Mexico

René Redzepi opens his Tulum pop-up After a champagne-soaked final night at his groundbreaking Copenhagen restaurant, chef René Redzepi is about to welcome guests to his latest endeavor, Noma Mexico. While the world waits for Noma 2.0,...Show More Summary

Thank God Gordon Ramsay Didn’t Replace Mary Berry on ‘Great British Bake Off’

The curse word aficionado was approached about the job but, turned it down Fans of UK cooking competition show The Great British Bake Off (also known in America as The Great British Baking Show) were shocked by the unexpected departures of judge Mary Berry, and hosts Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins last fall. Show More Summary

The French Are Not Happy About That Scathing Review of Le Cinq

The best reactions to Jay Rayner’s critique Earlier this week, UK critic Jay Rayner filed a particularly scathing review of Le Cinq, the three-Michelin-starred restaurant at the Four Seasons Hôtel George V in Paris. In his piece forShow More Summary

How the CDC Stops Foodborne Illness From Spreading

And why the Trump administration’s budget cuts could put diners at risk What happens when you get sick after eating out? For many people, the answer is, “I write a poor review on Yelp.” Unfortunately, that is not the best course of action from a public health perspective. Show More Summary

Why It’s So Hard to Revamp Classic Restaurants

“Change can be tricky” “Change can be a tricky thing,” says chef Thomas Hauck. Last week, Karl Ratzsch, the 113-year-old Milwaukee restaurant Hauck bought at the beginning of last year, closed. The chef, who also owns restaurant C. 1880,...Show More Summary

Hide Your Kids, Candy-Flavored Cheese Is Here

This seems highly unnecessary I don’t have children, but based on my limited observations of small humans, they seem to survive primarily on a diet of Go-gurt and string cheese. Now, the dairy industry is pandering to its pint-sizedShow More Summary

Watch: These Scallion Pancake Breakfast Tacos Are Better Than Any Brunch Plans

Is the tortilla in your breakfast taco really pulling its weight? Scallion. Pancake. Breakfast. Tacos. This mashup brings together two of world’s most loveable foods for a sensational morning egg consumption experience. In this episode...Show More Summary

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