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Fish Farms in America’s Heartland, the Restaurant Industry Bubble, and More Great Reads

Eight excellent stories to dive into this weekend Welcome to a new year and a fresh batch of beautiful, thought-provoking, and clever food writing. Start off with a brisk detour into rural Kentucky where co-essayists chef Tunde Wey and Appalachian Food Summit founder Lora Smith find common ground at a potluck dinner. Show More Summary

What Happened in Food and Dining This Week

Your need-to-know roundup from Eater and beyond This post originally appeared in Amanda Kludt’s “From the Editor” newsletter, a weekly recap of the most important intel in food and dining each week. Subscribe to Eater’s newsletter for...Show More Summary

Girl Scout Cookies Are What’s for Breakfast

But, sadly, only for a limited time Are your normal breakfasts severely lacking in cookies? Well, lucky you, because the Girl Scouts have teamed up with General Mills to bring their seasonal treats to your morning routine. After yoga, pour a big bowl of Caramel Crunch (inspired by Samoas) or the classic Thin Mint. Show More Summary

Pizza Master Chris Bianco and Tartine Bakery Are Joining Forces on a Colossal LA Project

Bread, pizza, coffee, and more Blockbuster alert: Chris Bianco, maker of perhaps the finest pizzas in America, and the team behind San Francisco’s beloved Tartine Bakery are teaming up on a major project in Southern California. Tartine Manufactory will open at the ROW DTLA development in Downtown Los Angeles, Eater LA reports. Show More Summary

René Redzepi Is Sourcing Traditional Mayan Ingredients for Noma’s Mexico Pop-Up

The team is working with Traspatio Maya to recover ancestral seeds More details on Noma’s forthcoming Mexico pop-up (if you haven’t already secured a reservation, you’re out of luck): In a blog post on his restaurant’s website, chef René Redzepi sheds some light on the ingredients he’ll be using for the dinner series. Show More Summary

Starbucks Nixes ‘Evenings’ Program, Will No Longer Serve Wine and Tapas

Say goodbye to spinach-artichoke dip and craft beer Who goes to Starbucks to drink pinot noir and eat truffle mac and cheese? Not many people, apparently. The company is nixing its “Evenings” program that brought beer, wine, and small...Show More Summary

The Most Important Restaurant Tool Is a $3 Piece of Metal

Why the receipt spike is the unsung hero of kitchens everywhere Sometimes late on a Saturday night or after a Mother’s Day brunch, chefs will share a photo on Instagram of a common kitchen object that carries a coded message meant for restaurant insiders. Show More Summary

Pittsburgh Sandwich Shop Bans Seafood Before Steelers-Dolphins Game

Primanti Bros is refusing to serve “anything with a fin” this weekend A famed Pittsburgh sandwich shop is yanking seafood from its menu to support its hometown football heroes. The Steelers go up against the Miami Dolphins this Sunday...Show More Summary

Gordon Ramsay Alum Clare Smyth Set to Open First Solo Restaurant This Spring

She’s the only female chef in the UK to earn three Michelin stars UK chef Clare Smyth, who rose to fame under shouty chef and dank meme star Gordon Ramsay, is preparing to strike out on her own: Her first solo restaurant is slated to...Show More Summary

‘Top Chef’ Recap: Paying Tribute Where It’s Due

The contestants honor the legacy of pioneering chef Edna Lewis Welcome to the first Top Chef of the new year. I hope you’re reading this while on a treadmill, holding a green juice, and not screening your calls from your mother (what, aren’t those everyone’s resolutions this year?). Well the pool of chefs keeps getting smaller as time goes on. Show More Summary

8 Dining Trends That Will Define 2017

What restaurant-goers across America should expect on their plates this year In looking ahead to the coming year, I’m thinking back on my country-wide travels over the last 12 months and the cuisines, ingredients, and design elements that most stood out as compelling heralds of current restaurant trends. Show More Summary

What to Do With an 85-Pound Moonfish

Searing and curing at Brooklyn’s Greenpoint Fish and Lobster Breaking down an opah (moonfish) and making ceviche at Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Co. LIC Market Posted by Eater on Thursday, January 5, 2017 Welcome to Fresh Catch, a new live video series from Eater and Greenpoint Fish and Lobster that highlights sustainable seafood you should know about. Show More Summary

Jamie Oliver to Shutter Six Restaurants; CEO Blames Brexit

A weaker pound has dealt a blow to the TV chef’s Italian chain One of the UK’s biggest celebrity chefs is feeling the Brexit pinch: Anti-sugar crusader and Gordon Ramsay nemesis Jamie Oliver is planning to close six UK locations of his...Show More Summary

Watch: How to Make a Big Kahuna Burger That Is 'Pulp Fiction'-Approved

This is a tasty burger “Hamburgers: the cornerstone of any nutritious breakfast,” is what Jules Winnfield (played by Samuel L. Jackson) declared before violently ending a low-level criminal named Brett in Quentin Tarantino’s Pulp Fiction. Show More Summary

The Cocktails at Donald Trump's DC Hotel Are Really, Really Expensive

Ouch President-elect Donald Trump has made a supposed fortune by slapping his name on mediocre products and selling them for exorbitant prices. So it should come as no surprise that the beverages at Benjamin Bar & Lounge, the cocktail...Show More Summary

Michelin Unveils France’s Bib Gourmands for 2017

AKA the more affordable Michelin restaurants Restaurant guidebook publisher Michelin has kicked off the new year by revealing its new Bib Gourmands for France. Restaurants given the Bib Gourmand distinction are more affordable — andShow More Summary

The Perils of Being the People’s Critic

What happens when traditional restaurant criticism meets a revolutionary restaurant At the beginning of 2016, Pete Wells, the New York Times dining critic, was not just the most important restaurant reviewer in America, he was a "populist...Show More Summary

Watch: Does a Cocktail in a Lightbulb Taste Better?

Sampling the elaborately served drinks and flavorful ramen at ROKC in NYC

The Beauty and Bounty of the Steakhouse Salad Bar

How the serve-yourself buffet became a star feature of American dining With neon-hued Mandarin orange segments, chilled pasta spirals tossed in vinaigrette, and an incongruous amount of cottage cheese, steakhouse salad bars are a tableau of vintage dining. Show More Summary

24 Karat Gold Coffee Pot Lets You Start the Day Like a Monocle-Wearing Oil Baron

Pricing starts at $10,000 If your New Year’s resolution was to stop spending so much damn money at Starbucks, just close this window right now. If, however, you’re looking for a more conspicuously opulent way to jumpstart your day than...Show More Summary

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