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Michael Fassbender Slated to Play Marco Pierre White in Upcoming Biopic

Can he pull off White's coif? That upcoming biopic about British celebrity chef Marco Pierre White may have found its leading man. reports that Michael Fassbender — of Inglorious Basterds, 12 Years a Slave, and Prometheus...Show More Summary

Jury Orders Time Warner Cable to Pay Restaurant $6M in the Aftermath of Deadly Explosion

One server was killed and more than a dozen more people were injured. A jury has ordered Time Warner Cable to pay the owners JJ's Restaurant in Kansas City, Missouri $5.78 million in property damage and lost income resulting from a deadly explosion in 2013, reports the Associated Press. Show More Summary

The Booming Rosé Industry Is Changing Lives in Southern France

Everything's coming up rosé. Even if you're not a wine drinker, it has been impossible to miss the explosion of rosé wine that's hit the market in recent years. According to NPR, the amount of the blush-colored wine imported to the United States from the Mediterranean has skyrocketed in the past decade. Show More Summary

Tracking Hundreds of Fall Restaurant Openings in 23 Eater Cities

A detailed blow-by-blow of the city-specific newcomers you need to know about before 2016 is over. We've already shared the top 61 restaurant openings set to grace this country before year's end. But Eater editors across the continent have unearthed hundreds of other up-and-comers for your radar. Show More Summary

Forget Wine, Pair Your Cheese With Beer

Sure wine works with cheese, but beer does too! When it comes to pairing cheese and beer, cold weather makes it easy. Winter beers — big, chocolaty porters, bourbon barrel-aged stouts, and malty barleywine ales — beautifully complement a wide variety of cheeses thanks to their sophisticated sweetness. Show More Summary

Inside ‘101 Easy Asian Recipes’, the ‘Lucky Peach’ Cookbook You’ve Been Waiting For

The Lucky Peach media deathstar is now producing cookbooks. "This is a book for the kitchen counter, not the couch," says veteran cookbook author and Lucky Peach editor Peter Meehan of his food quarterly's first-ever cookbook. WhileShow More Summary

Same-Sex Couple Alleges Hotel Chef Refused to Cater Their Wedding

The hotel calls it a "vicious rumor." A same-sex couple in Texas says their wedding plans are on hold after a hotel chef allegedly refused to cater their reception. After 24 years together, Daren Merchant and Rick O'Connor planned to...Show More Summary

High-Tech 3D Printer Makes Boats Out of Marzipan

Liver pâté mazes too. Who wouldn't want a 3D marzipan boat to call their own? According to, German startup Print2Taste is bringing a high-tech food printer called Bocusini to market that's capable of making your wildest marzipan dreams come to life. Show More Summary

Dining in the Wilderness: The Restaurants in America’s National Parks

What does it take to feed 292 million visitors a year? If the Jordan Pond House restaurant in Seal Harbor, Maine, stopped serving its signature afternoon tea and popovers, that wouldn't just irritate the diners who have obsessed over the custom since the 1890s. Show More Summary

Fast-Food Workers Are One Crucial Step Closer to Unionizing

The ruling allows employees of McDonald's, Burger King, and other franchises to negotiate with the parent company. Late yesterday the National Labor Relations Board ruled 3-2 that contract workers and employees of franchised business units could negotiate with the parent company for better pay and benefits. Show More Summary

Whole Foods Didn't Mislead Bread Buyers, Judge Rules

The bread may not have been fresh, but a judge says consumer arguments were half-baked. Whole Foods can cross two legal issues off its list this week. Reuters reports that U.S. District Judge Joseph Irenas has dismissed two lawsuitsShow More Summary

Why Gamay is a Sommelier's Secret Weapon

The oft-overlooked Gamay grape is making a comeback. At Philadelphia’s, wine director Mariel Wega calls lighter-bodied red wine made from the Gamay grape "a sommelier’s secret weapon." And thanks to its versatility and food-friendly...Show More Summary

Taste Talks Returns; A Barbecue Blow-Out With Francis Mallmann in LA

Plus, all about this year's Mesamérica event. BROOKLYN & CHICAGO — Taste Talks, the food symposium featuring chefs and food writers from across the country, is back for a third year. This year's Brooklyn-based event takes place from September 11 through 13; the Chicago event happens October 2 through 4. Show More Summary

Why the Russian Government Keeps Destroying Western Foods

Not everyone in the country agrees with the move. The Russian government really hates imported cheese and foods from the West, but only half of the country's population seems to agree with that stance. The Russian government banned the import of foods from the West in retaliation to economic sanctions last year. Show More Summary

Four-Year-Old Chef Takes Over Tennessee Restaurant

It was for one adorable day. Meet the country's youngest restaurateur: Eden, a 4-year-old girl from Tennessee. According to WMC Action News, a Memphis taco shop, Babalu, changed its name for a day to Eden's Taco Shop. Eden — who loves...Show More Summary

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