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Shibumi Is the Future of Japanese Dining in America

David Schlosser has a mesmerizing stage presence. When the chef stands before the 15-seat counter of Shibumi, his five-month old restaurant in downtown Los Angeles, he displays the poise and control of a Shakespearian actor mid-performance, though his soliloquies pour out as movements, rather than words. Show More Summary

'Super Size Me' Filmmaker Morgan Spurlock Wants to Reinvent Fast Food

Holy Chicken raises its own poultry and pays every employee at least $15 an hour News that Super Size Me director and star Morgan Spurlock was opening a fast food restaurant of his own raised some eyebrows. What is a guy who set outShow More Summary

Watch José Andrés Get Wasted and Make Guacamole With Seth Meyers

He also demonstrates how avocados can be thrown over a border wall The holidays have arrived, and for many of us that means drinking more than usual — to celebrate, to better tolerate family gatherings, to cope with the current political climate, and/or all of the above. Show More Summary

Maggiano’s Is Sorry for Hosting a Bunch of White Supremacists Over the Weekend

A protest forced the restaurant to temporarily close After hosting a dinner for the National Policy Institute, a white supremacist organization, Maggiano’s Little Italy has issued an apology. The Dallas-based chain posted a statement...Show More Summary

Cheetos-Branded Bronzer Makes it Easy to be Cheesy

A shortcut to that vibrant orange glow Frito-Lay has been been producing Cheetos since the company's founding in 1961, so obviously the next step is to move on from junk food into high fashion. The company has launched an online Cheetos...Show More Summary

The 4 Key Dishes of Korean-Chinese Fusion Food

Eater LA editor Matthew Kang continues his exploration into Korean cuisine at New York's Hanjan

Thousands of Fast Food Workers Will Walk Off Their Jobs This Month

Minimum-wage activists refuse to back down in the face of President-Elect Trump Though Donald Trump’s election has many restaurant workers fearing his policies will be a blow to workers’ rights, union groups say they aren’t backing down. Show More Summary

Detroit's American Dream

Scenes from the city’s blossoming Arab American food industry The line that divides Detroit and Dearborn, coterminous cities in the sprawling grid of roads that traverse southeast Michigan, is invisible — but it's almost impossible to miss. Show More Summary

Evan Sung Wants to Get to Know You First

Evan Sung didn’t think he’d be a photographer — let alone one of the most sought-after food photographers in the country. Armed with an undergrad degree in psychology and an insatiable curiosity about people and the world, Sung set out...Show More Summary

My Day at the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line

Hidden deep within a nondescript office complex in the western suburbs of Chicago is the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line. Since 1981, the toll-free number has been a resource for questions about preparing your Thanksgiving turkey. The first year, a team of six women answered over 10,000 phone calls. Show More Summary

LOL People’s ‘Sexiest Chef’ List Includes a Bunch of Dudes Over 50

Alton Brown, Tom Colicchio, Paul Hollywood We’ll begrudgingly overlook the fact that a listicle with the headline ‘These Are the Sexiest Chefs Alive 2016’ includes no women, because it is part of People magazine’s ‘Sexiest Man Alive’ package. Show More Summary

Throw That Sabra Hummus in Your Fridge Away Right Now

57 varieties have been recalled over listeria concerns Better go check your fridge: Sabra, one of America’s most ubiquitous brands of hummus, is recalling dozens of products due to a listeria scare. The recall includes 57 varieties,Show More Summary

How Emeril Lagasse 'Emerilized' New Orleans

The best lines from Garden & Gun’s profile on “the Big E” Television chefs are a dime a dozen, but few enjoy the kind of widespread influence and continued adoration as New Orleans legend and former Food Network fixture Emeril Lagasse. Show More Summary

Prolific Food Critic AA Gill Announces Cancer Diagnosis in Latest Review

“I wasn’t going to mention it, the way you don’t.” A lot of people, upon receiving a cancer diagnosis, are tempted to retreat, to keep it a secret from all but their closest kin. Not England’s prominent (and sometimes controversial)Show More Summary

‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’ in Buenos Aires: Just the One-Liners

The globe-trotting host indulges in grilled meat and some serious psychotherapy in Argentina Should we be worried about Anthony Bourdain's mental health? Between globetrotting meals with President Obama, planning a high-stakes New York...Show More Summary

Poll: What’s the First Bite You’re Taking on Thanksgiving?

So many sides to take There’s a lot to love about Thanksgiving — uncomfortable political debates with relatives aside — but if we’re being honest some dishes at the annual meal are superior to others. The quality of the sides definitely varies based on the cook and the recipe. Show More Summary

How to Make Lady Gaga’s Favorite Turkey

No, it doesn’t involve a meat dress Four years ago, Lady Gaga’s father Joe Germanotta and chef Art Smith opened a restaurant in New York City named after Gaga’s aunt and namesake. Joanne Trattoria garnered positive reviews that sameShow More Summary

Watch: Amaze Your Guests With Buttery Candles That Double As Sauce

The finishing touch for your main course will be under their noses the whole time

Anthony Bourdain Accosted by Dog Meat Protester During Live Show

The celebrity chef is vocal about never having eaten a canine Globetrotting TV chef Anthony Bourdain has few qualms about trying new foods. On his journeys chronicled on the CNN series Parts Unknown, he’s willingly sampled everything from Sichuan sea cucumber to Vietnamese birds nest soup. Show More Summary

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