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How Silicon Valley Is Killing Mom and Pop Restaurants

Skyrocketing rent prices are having a damning effect Rising rent costs coupled with labor shortages have led to a concerning dining trend in Silicon Valley: The high-end, $500-a-person, restaurants are thriving, as are the fast-casual chains (Chipotle, Sweetgreen). Show More Summary

The 2016 Emmys Were Catered by Jimmy Kimmel's Mom

Celebs feasted on PB&J and juice boxes The swag from last night’s 2016 Emmy Awards included more than just free vacations and pricey skincare products. This year, Hollywood’s finest were treated to homemade PB&J sandwiches, just like...Show More Summary

Chris Bianco Shutters Pizzeria Bianco’s Tucson Branch

He’s reportedly scouting for a new Tucson space There’s now one less place to eat Chris Bianco’s legendary pizza: Bianco, one of America’s most lauded pizzaiolos, has shuttered the Tucson branch of Pizzeria Bianco. Bianco launched his...Show More Summary

International Culinary Center Founder Dorothy Cann Hamilton Dies in Car Accident

She was 67 Dorothy Cann Hamilton, champion of the culinary world and founder of the International Culinary Center (formerly the French Culinary Institute), died on Friday. ICC president Erik Murnigan shared the news with students and...Show More Summary

World’s First Beer Pipeline Finally Turns on the Taps in Belgium

Groundbreaking and good for the environment Like the water wending through its medieval canals, beer is now freely flowing beneath the city of Bruges. After several years of development, The New York Times reports that the enviable taps...Show More Summary

Everyone's Pal Bill Murray Tended Bar in Brooklyn Last Night

He raised a toast to his son’s new restaurant When opening a new restaurant sometimes it helps to have a hook to get people through the door. Some go with drink specials or an absurd viral menu item. Others invite their former Ghostbuster dad to tend bar. Show More Summary

The Fat-Masking Aesthetics of Bacon Packaging and More Great Reads

Six food-inspired stories to dive into this weekend This week’s must-read food-focused stories span the gamut. Start the morning with a side of bacon — the kind writer Paul Lukas discovers is carefully arranged in clear, shrink wrap to strategically hide its flavorful fat content. Show More Summary

David Chang's Toronto Restaurant Drops to Three Stars

Still good, but the city's dining scene has caught up When Momofuku Shoto debuted in Toronto in 2012, Globe and Mail critic Chris Nuttall-Smith quickly awarded David Chang's restaurant four stars and named it the city's best. Four years...Show More Summary

How to Become a Weed Sommelier

Have some OG Kush with your Cabernet Just as the coffee, cheese, and wine industries have masterful professionals qualified to distinguish nuances in each product, the marijuana market is developing its own class of people schooled in the specifics of the plant’s flavor profiles. Show More Summary

Why Danny Meyer Just Invested in a Home-Cooked Food Delivery Startup

Umi Kitchen is not the Airbnb of food It’s time to add yet another startup to the growing pile of companies getting into the food delivery game. Umi Kitchen, which launched earlier this year in New York City, is an app that, like so many others, wants to deliver you food. Show More Summary

In North Carolina, Livermush Still Wins Hearts

Clark Barlowe has scribbled the recipe in a grease-stained notebook, but he doesn’t need it. The black book sits on a steel table, underneath the list of tonight’s 12-course tasting menu and a few feet away from the stove where Barlowe stirs a boiling pot of pork shoulder and liver. Show More Summary

In-N-Out Prepares to Go Animal-Style in London

The Cali-based burger chain continues its world tour In-N-Out is headed to the UK — but only for four hours. The California-based burger chain with a cult following will host a one-day-only pop-up in the London borough of Camden next...Show More Summary

What We Lose When We Lose Mel And Sue

A mighty wail of "Nooooo! Mel and Sue!" reverberated throughout social media feeds this week. If you're not a fan of the The Great British Bake Off, you might have wondered why so many otherwise reasonable people were mourning a casting change as if it were the death of a family member. Show More Summary

21,000 Olive Garden Pasta Passes Sold Out in Less Than One Second

That’s a lot of fettuccine Alfredo Less than one second after making their triumphant return to the marketplace, all 21,000 of Olive Garden’s Never-Ending Pasta Passes were snapped up by thousands of people who are apparently unfamiliar...Show More Summary

A Brief History of Crimes Against Guacamole

So many ways to screw up the world’s most perfect dip Chipotle fans know all too well that “guac costs extra,” and no one cares because it’s the best thing on the menu. The burrito chain may now use pre-cooked steak, but its guacamole...Show More Summary

Sly Stallone’s Making a TV Show Called ‘Pizza Guy’

It’s about a celebrity-connected Beverly Hills pizzeria owner Sometimes even Rambo needs a slice: Sylvester Stallone’s newest project is producing a TV show called Pizza Guy. Page Six says the comedy is “based on the crazy life of Richie...Show More Summary

Guy Fieri's Advice to Young Chefs; Hillary Clinton on Taco Trucks

Five things to know right now 1 ? ? ? Guy Fieri's Advice for Young Chefs Guy Fieri has some sage advice for young chefs: "Make yourself as available as possible. Being a chef — we're artists in one sense, businesspeople in one sense, we're caregivers in a sense. Show More Summary

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