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Rock Legend Queen Launches Bohemian Rhapsody Beer

It commemorates the song's 40th anniversary. Queen's legendary song "Bohemian Rhapsody" turns 40 this year, and to celebrate the momentous occasion, a new beer is being brewed in its honor: According to NME, Queen Bohemian Lager is a...Show More Summary

IBM and "Bon Appetit" Release Chef Watson; Print Is Dead Library at the Punch Room

Plus, Food 52 is launching a wedding registry. APPS — IBM and Bon Appetit magazine have made Chef Watson, their cognitive cooking app, available to the public. "Created through a collaboration with Bon Appétit, the app inspires homeShow More Summary

Hot Dogs to Seek Out Across the Continent

From Georgia dogs with coleslaw and barbecue sauce to seaweed-topped Seattle wieners — it's going to be a hot dog summer. Atlanta Austin Boston Luscher's, Dallas. [Photo: Facebook/Luscher's] Charleston Chicago Dallas Denver Imperial's Sonoran dog, Detroit. Show More Summary

Papa John's Drops $100 Million a Year to Oust Artificial Ingredients

It's getting rid of corn syrup, among other things. Papa John's is hopping on the no-artificial-ingredients bandwagon, and it's ponying up some serious cash to do so. The pizza chain "is spending $100 million a year to eliminate artificial...Show More Summary

All-Ranch Restaurant Will Serve Ranch Brisket and Ranch Guacamole

It opens June 30 in St. Louis. Twisted RAnCH — St. Louis' upcoming all-ranch dressing restaurant with a strangely capitalized moniker — will open at the end of the month. Owner Jim Hayden tells Eater that he will throw open the doors to his ranch palace June 30. Show More Summary

Serial Dine-and-Dashers Apprehended Thanks to Social Media

The two brothers hit at least six restaurants. A spree of dine-and-dashes perpetrated by two Cleveland brothers was put to an end thanks to the power of social media. Cleveland's WKYC says Matt and Scott Gareau hit at least half a dozen...Show More Summary

Watch Amy Schumer's Sketch About Flirty Baristas

It doesn't take long for a coffeeshop relationship to blossom and then wilt.

Beer-Loving Dudes Can Now Literally Bathe in the Stuff

Carlsberg is making beer shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. Beer: it's not just for getting drunk anymore. Danish brewing company Carlsberg just launched a line of men's grooming products that contain its beer, reports Mashable. The...Show More Summary

A Comprehensive Beginner's Guide to Rum

Understanding the oft-overlooked spirit. In the United States, people buy more rum than bourbon, Scotch, gin or tequila. Statistics from the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS) show that in 2014, over 25 million 9-liter...Show More Summary

Taco Bell Drive-Thru Employee Thwarts Thief By Punching Him In the Face

Lazy criminals strike again. It's hard to beat the convenience of the drive-thru, but when attempting a robbery, perhaps it's better to use the front door. According to Fox 23, two masked men pulled up to a Taco Bell drive-thru window in Tulsa, Oklahoma late Monday night and demanded money. Show More Summary

New App Shows Oyster Lovers Which Restaurants Nearby Serve Their Favorite Bivalves

Pearl claims to be the "first-ever oyster discovery app." There's a new app on the market to help oyster lovers achieve bivalve nirvana. Pearl — which launched yesterday for iOS devices — enables users to find which varieties of rawShow More Summary

Someone Edited Chipotle’s Wikipedia Page to Call the Chain Communist

Communist is written in all caps. In the past few months, Chipotle has pledged to give workers more benefits and remove all genetically modified ingredients from its food. Still, not everyone is loving the burrito slinging chain. Someone...Show More Summary

Fast-Food Chains Are Demanding Ethical Products. How Will Farmers Keep Up?

Where is the sustainable supply of higher-standard eggs, meat, and dairy going to come from? Though Chipotle Mexican Grill started as a big-as-your-head burrito chain, today its media coverage usually focuses its "morals" rather than what's on the menu. Show More Summary

Chili's Donates Portion of Sales to Charleston Church Victimized by Shooting

It's the latest restaurant to step up and donate. Several Chili's locations are chipping in to help the Charleston church where a mass shooting took place last week. According to WBTW, restaurants in the neighboring South Carolina towns...Show More Summary

Eater Seeks Design and Media Interns

Come join our team. Eater's hiring media and design interns — paid or for college credit — to work remotely or in our Midtown Manhattan HQ for 10 to 12 hours a week. We're looking for students or recent graduates who are able to balance...Show More Summary

Subway Named a Street After Itself

The sandwich slinger is doing it up big for its 50th anniversary. The world's biggest restaurant chain turns 50 this year, and to celebrate its entry into middle-age Subway named a street after itself. A portion of the road in Milford,...Show More Summary

The Newest Trend in Barrel-Aged Beer Involves Tequila

Brewers explore their experimental side with tequila barrels. As the art of aging beer in used whiskey, bourbon and wine oak barrels has become fairly commonplace, brewers have begun to experiment with building flavor by swapping in sherry and rum barrels. Show More Summary

KFC Uses DNA Test to Prove It Didn't Serve Deep-Fried Rat

The chain says testing proves it was just a regular ol' chicken tender. Last week's dubious story about a California man being served a deep-fried rat at a KFC has officially been debunked. Devorise Dixon alleged that one of the chicken...Show More Summary

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