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Today’s Google Doodle Is a Pad Thai Party

Bring your fish sauce, it’s time to get busy with the wok The daily Google Doodle, that interactive/animated drawing that hangs at the top of the world’s most popular search engine, often focuses on holidays, birthdays of important people, and anniversaries of historical events. Show More Summary

When Fine-Dining Chefs Go Fast Casual

From the Editor: Everyone wants to be the next Shake Shack This post originally appeared on November 4, 2017, in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read...Show More Summary

Trump Sticks to His All-American Diet on Visit to Japan

Despite being surrounded by world-class sushi, the President ate steak, ice cream, and a burger President Trump was in Japan over the weekend, and though he was surrounded by world-class sushi, it seems he stuck fairly close to his usual...Show More Summary

Domino's Unveils New Pizza Ordering App for Slack

The chain's streak of unnecessary ordering apps continues Coworkers can now build their own designer pizza party — or rather working group lunch — through company chat rooms using a new the Domino’s Pizza app. The pizza chain today unveiled...Show More Summary

Watch: The Mesmerizing Way Raw Chocolate Is Made

‘The Process’ heads to Brooklyn to learn the ropes Bushwick, Brooklyn chocolate shop Fine & Raw stands out among the city’s confectioners for its zeroed-in focus on raw ingredients. In the case of chocolate, or rather cacao, the beans...Show More Summary

How One of Mexico’s Beloved Markets Is Fighting to Survive

A September 7 earthquake collapsed Oaxaca’s Mercado Juchitán, displacing 2,000 vendors It was the golden hour in Juchitán de Zaragoza — a city of 100,000 people in the Istmo de Tehuantepec region of southern Oaxaca — and the ruins glowed like amber. Show More Summary

Nissin Releases Prehistoric Ramen Vessel Dating Back to 3000 B.C.

Plus, Gordon Ramsay calls out Michel Roux and more food news to know today Japanese company Nissin Foods, owner of Cup Noodle — dubbed Japan’s “most valuable unofficial national treasure of modern history” — just released an “instant...Show More Summary

‘Guy’s Ranch Kitchen’ Will Take a Cast of Food Network Stars to the Heart of Flavortown

Guy Fieri is hosting his new show from his Northern California home Because America can’t get enough of his platinum spikes, backward Oakleys, and totally out-of-bounds demeanor, rude, crude culinary dude (and honest-to-goodness hero) Guy Fieri has another new show that will soon premiere on Food Network. Show More Summary

Paris Just Got Its First Nudist Restaurant

O’naturel caters to France’s large naturist community France’s nudist community now has its very own Parisian restaurant where they can eat comfortably in the buff. The establishment, aptly named O’naturel, debuted on November 2 in the...Show More Summary

Michelin’s First-Ever Taipei Guide Launches This Spring

It’s the latest Michelin guide to launch in Asia Michelin — the French dining guide run by a tire company — is continuing its Asia expansion. The latest: a guide to Taipei, Taiwan, launching in 2018. According to Bloomberg, Michelin is focusing its expansion efforts in Asia to increase brand awareness in the region and, ultimately, sell more tires. Show More Summary

Watch: Is a Salad Cutter Worth Your Time and Money?

‘You Should Do This’ tests an informercial favorite — the salad cutter — versus a knife Easier, faster, healthier is the motto of the everyday unitasker, but are some of these promises completely empty? The object in question in this...Show More Summary

Recipe: Host a Feast Around this Roasted Leg of Lamb

From chef Missy Robbins’ new book Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner... Life! There is always a lamb dish on Missy Robbins’ menu. The chef of Brooklyn’s Lilia restaurant has been cooking in restaurant kitchens for most of her life, appeared on...Show More Summary

Watch: A Gas Station in Dearborn Serves Award-Winning Burgers

‘Cooking In America’ savors halal burgers at Taystee’s Burgers Plenty of restaurants have unassuming digs, but a BP gas station in Michigan isn’t exactly the place you’d think of for good food. In this episode of Cooking in America,Show More Summary

‘Guy’s Big Project’ Shows Fieri Imparting His Flavortown Wisdom on His Students

A master class in donkey sauce Guy Fieri has spent a lot of time over the last decade rolling around the country in his big red Camaro searching for the tastiest calorie bombs America has to offer. He’s logged countless hours of screen...Show More Summary

Will Trader Joe’s Get Americans Hooked on Bamba?

The irresistible Israeli corn puffs are now available at stores throughout the country Trader Joe’s has one of the most popular generic labels of any national supermarket chain. When buying this brand, customers don’t feel like they’re purchasing a knock-off version of a pricier product that they love. Show More Summary

Which Food Magazine Has the Best Thanksgiving Cover?

Eater editors judge all the lacquered turkeys, place settings, and holiday vibes Next to an in-law’s sneer, nothing brings out a cook’s insecurities more than a perfectly designed food magazine cover — and that’s most obvious in food...Show More Summary

Anthony Bourdain Visits Puerto Rico on ‘Parts Unknown’ This Week

The episode was filmed several months before Hurricane Maria made landfall Several months before Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico, Anthony Bourdain filmed an episode of his CNN show, Parts Unknown, in the U.S. territory. The episode...Show More Summary

Roy Choi Gives an Incredibly Detailed Review of Edibles

He could probably make a living talking about weed treats Roy Choi may be best known for bringing Korean tacos to the streets with food truck Kogi BBQ, or perhaps, his efforts to provide healthy fast food to underserved communities with Locol. Show More Summary

Chrissy Teigen Left a $1,000 Tip at Outback Steakhouse Last Week

Plus, Shaq eats the world’s hottest chip and more food world news Model, cookbook author, and A+ twitter person Chrissy Teigen gave a $1,000 tip to an Outback Steakhouse waitress in Ohio last week. Teigen is a noted fan of the chainShow More Summary

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