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Filed Under:Lifestyle / Food & Drink
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Archived Since:September 26, 2011

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Fry Killer Potato Latkes With The Jeffrey's Grocery Team

Welcome back to Savvy, an instructional video series lead by food's best.

A Gift Guide: Cookbooks for Every Taste

Amateur cooks rejoice. This season, a slew of renowned chefs reveal the secrets behind their best dishes in a beautiful collection of top-notch cookbooks published by Crown. Here now, a guide to the best. Make It Ahead: Make it Ahead is the perfect gift for anyone looking to spend more time with their families over the holidays. Show More Summary

You've Probably Never Heard of OpenTable's Best Restaurant of 2014

It's located in North Myrtle Beach. Online restaurant reservation platform OpenTable has released its 2014 Top 10 Best Restaurants in America list. Overall, the list on the company's recently redesigned website is filled with surprises:...Show More Summary

Off the Map with Italy's Best Truffle Hunter

Turns out there's nothing all that luxurious about a real white truffle hunt. T hree hours before sunrise, I was standing on a pitch-dark street corner in a tiny village in central Italy, and I was freaking out. I'd been in Emilia-Romagna for a week, sampling cheese, drinking wine, and drooling over slices of exquisite salumi. Show More Summary

Researchers Solve Age-Old Problem of Beer Foam With Science and Magnets

Your bottled beer may never overflow again. This Fall, a group of Belgian scientists put all of their brain power and research dollars into a study meant to solve a problem near and dear to their hearts: Unwanted beer foam. According to the Atlantic, the researchers used magnets to stop "freshly opened, unshaken bottles of beer" from overflowing. Show More Summary

President Obama on Being Mistaken for a Waiter

He was also mistaken for a valet. Today, President Obama may be known for his fondness for trendy restaurants, but in a new interview he reveals that he has repeatedly been mistaken for "the help" at restaurants and official dinners. According...Show More Summary

MasterChef Junior Finale: Vest Vs. Bowtie

To thoroughly enjoy the wonder that is MasterChef Junior, please welcome Alison Leiby, who will be here every week to take us through the season. There are television events that shape the way we view the world. They are the shows that...Show More Summary

Michelin Launches New Mapped Guides; Chicago's Restaurant Week 2015

FOOD MEDIA— The world's premier tire-manufacturer-turned-restaurant-ranking-system Michelin has announced the launch of a new "quick reference" print guide. According to a press release, a series of "Map[s] of Great Places to Eat 2015" features all Michelin-starred restaurants and Michelin Bib Gourmands within each U.S. Show More Summary

UK Critic Giles Coren's Show 'Million Dollar Critic' Premieres Stateside in January

Coren's North American travelogue airs on BBC America starting January 22. Surly British critic Giles Coren, who files reviews for the London Times, embarked on a North American road trip earlier this year as part of a new series, Million Dollar Critic. Show More Summary

Anonymous Do-Gooder Handing Out $100 Bills to Fast-Food Workers

A Secret Santa is making the holidays bright for fast-food employees in Massachusetts. Fast-food employees in Hyannis, Massachusetts have been benefiting from a local "secret Santa," of sorts: The Boston Globe reports workers at five...Show More Summary

New Johnnie Walker Booze Shoes Have Tiny Bottles In the Heels

Sadly, they cost $489. Scotch maker Johnnie Walker has teamed up with shoe designer Oliver Sweeney to create a classy leather men's shoe with a special compartment in the heel that holds a miniature bottle of booze. Made from Italian leather, they're essentially the James Bond version of getting stealthily wasted.

Can Yelp Reviews Predict Restaurant Shutters?

Using only Yelp reviews, researchers predicted a restaurant's closure with "70 percent accuracy." Can a flurry of negative Yelp reviews be the first sign that a restaurant is on deathwatch? The Washington Business Journal reports researchers...Show More Summary

El Torito Founder Larry Cano Passes Away From Cancer

Cano helped make guacamole and fajitas popular in America. Restaurateur Larry J. Cano — the founder of the El Torito restaurant chain — has passed away. According to the Associated Press, Cano's chain is oftener credited with helping...Show More Summary

The 18 Hottest Restaurants and Bars in Telluride

Curbed Ski rounds up the best places to eat after hitting the slopes in Colorado. Ski season is officially in full swing and Curbed Ski has a guide to all the best food and drink in Telluride. Recently the town has "grown-up" in a culinary sense: No longer does the PBR Tallboy reign supreme. Show More Summary

Diners With Fake Service Dogs Could Face Jail Time

They could also pay up to $500 in fines. Florida lawmakers are cracking down on service dog impostors. According WPBF, the state believes that too many pet owners without real disabilities are claiming that their animal is a service dog, making it hard for those who legitimately need their service animals to dine at restaurants. Show More Summary

How Smaller Restaurants Can Use Apple Pay

Apple partners with restaurant ordering app developer ChowNow. ChowNow, an online ordering and marketing platform for restaurants, is now integrated with Apple Pay. According to a press release, the company makes apps for restaurants and offers ways for restaurants to take orders from their individual websites and Facebook pages. Show More Summary

Improbably, Joe Bastianich Is a Massive Star in Italy

How an NYC restaurateur became an Italian celebrity. I have seen New York City restaurateur Joe Bastianich in his Italian element and it is something. I'm not easily shocked in post-Berlusconi Italy, but I would be lying if I didn'tShow More Summary

Budweiser, Corona, Margarita, and Martini Top Google's Year in Search 2014

A look at the top food and booze terms of the year. Today, Google released its Year in Search 2014, an annual list of the top search words across the globe. Recipes remain among the most searched for food-related terms, but people are also very curious about beer and cocktails. Show More Summary

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