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Watch Anthony Bourdain School a TMZ Reporter Outside LAX

The Parts Unknown host has the perfect response to a paparazzo Globe-trotting author/TV host/wise-cracker Anthony Bourdain does not suffer fools gladly — especially after a long cross-country flight. Case in point: The scene captured...Show More Summary

Trump Administration Sides With Baker Who Refused to Bake Same-Sex Wedding Cake

The Supreme Court will hear the case later this year The Trump administration has thrown its support behind a baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex couple. That case, to determine if First Amendment or 14th Amendment...Show More Summary

How Chefs Are Bringing ‘Under-Loved’ Seafood to Restaurant Menus

Restaurants, fishermen, and environmentalists rebrand "trash fish" This story was originally published on Civil Eats. Every summer, tourists flock to Chatham Pier on Cape Cod, Massachusetts to watch commercial fishermen unload their catch. Show More Summary

Inside ‘Sweet,’ Yotam Ottolenghi’s Latest Book

The new dessert cookbook from the London-based chef and co-author Helen Goh He isn’t quite the Ina Garten of cookbook authors, but when London-based chef, former pastry chef, and cafe owner Yotam Ottolenghi publishes a new cookbook, his legion of fans perk up their ears. Show More Summary

Fancy Hotel Uses 10-Pound Doughnut Cake as Millennial Bait

Could you resist taking a photo of this thing? Major hotel chains are now pulling out all the stops to try to get young people to book rooms with them instead of Airbnb. That might explain why the ritzy JW Marriott Desert Springs inShow More Summary

Chili’s Is Axing 40 Percent of Its Massively Bloated Menu

The struggling mid-level chain is going back to basics It’s no secret that mid-level chain restaurants are having a rough go of things lately. As diners are increasingly choosing faster, cheaper fast-casual restaurants or opting to cook...Show More Summary

Shake Shack Grills Up a Limited-Edition Eel Burger

Plus, a secret menu item at Starbucks and more food news Shake Shack, in tandem with legendary UK chef Fergus Henderson, will grill up an eel burger at the chain’s Madison Square Park location for a limited time only. They’re available — along with the famous doughnuts from Henderson’s restaurant St. Show More Summary

‘Apples of Uncommon Character’ Is Food Writing at Its Most Magical

Plus reviews of ‘Relish,’ ‘Arbitrary Stupid Goal,’ and more Welcome to Eater’s Book Club, a column where we share the books — old or new — that we’ve read this month. (Yes, there’s a focus on food, eating, and dining out.) Apples ofShow More Summary

Noma’s NYC Pop-Up Costs a Casual $2K Per Person

It’s already sold out Noma — chef René Redzepi’s fine-dining temple to foraged foods — has finally arrived in the U.S. The Copenhagen-based restaurant is popping up in New York City this weekend, but this pop-up isn’t like Noma’s previous weeks-long international culinary events, Eater NY reports. Show More Summary

The Stories Behind Every ‘Lucky Peach’ Cover

From ramen to the suburbs The very last issue of cultishly loved, boundary-breaking indie food magazine Lucky Peach published last month. Arriving three months after the last original issue, it’s a “best-of” retrospective with a tombstone-esque...Show More Summary

Watch: A Mississippi Taqueria That Embodies the American Dream

Mundo Latino Taco Shop came to be after a series of trials and tribulations The Mundo Latino Taco Shop in Oxford, Mississippi was established after a series of trials and tribulations by owner, Pedro Leyva. Originally from Rio Grande, Zacatecas, Mexico, he first came to the U.S. Show More Summary

Why Restaurant Critics Just Don’t Get It

An excerpt from ‘I Hear She’s a Real Bitch’ Everything about the restaurant business is made harder by being in it as a woman. And speaking out about that only makes it worse. I might inherently know this, but I’m repulsed by the thought of staying quiet. Show More Summary

The Japanese Origins of Modern Fine Dining

How Japanese chefs and traditions have shaped global luxury cuisine for the past fifty years At Manresa, in Los Gatos, California, a perfectly poached halibut arrives topped with an auburn, whisper-thin crisp of eggplant. At Eleven Madison...Show More Summary

Beyoncé Celebrated Her 36th Birthday With a $3,500 Geode Cake

Only the best for B’s b-day bash Last week, the owners of Cake Life Bake Shop in Philadelphia received an order from a New York client who wanted a multi-tiered black-and-gold geode-themed birthday cake, as well as some cookies, to be delivered to the Made in America Music Festival at Ben Franklin Parkway. Show More Summary

Starbucks Joins Fight Against Trump Over DACA Repeal

The coffee giant is pledging its support for Dreamers Following the Trump administration’s announcement that it will repeal the Deferred Action for Children Arrivals program, major U.S. employers — including coffee giant Starbucks — are speaking out. DACA permits undocumented immigrants who come to the U.S. Show More Summary

French Cheese Lovers Trolled By Inaccurate Whole Foods Map

Plus, Fatburger files to go public and more news to know today Whole Foods is trolling French cheese lovers with its inaccurate in-store map: Foodies aren't pleased with Whole Foods' French cheese map Starting this school year, lunch for all New York City public school children will be free. Show More Summary

Watch: A Sausage, Egg, and Cheese Designed by a Michelin-Starred Chef

‘The Meat Show’ visits White Gold Butchers in NYC for one hell of a breakfast sandwich While The Meat Show host Nick Solares unabashedly enjoys luxury dry-aged rib steaks and Wagyu, he also has a love for affordable, simple comfort foods like cheeseburgers and breakfast sandwiches. Show More Summary

The Nancy Meyers Lifestyle Bingo Card

24 things to look out for when you’re watching Home Again The new film Home Again, directed by Nancy Meyers’s daughter Annie Meyers-Shyer, and produced by Meyers herself, stars Reese Witherspoon as a vibrant, talented divorcee who — okay, who cares. Show More Summary

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