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People Have Been Lining Up to Eat Chicago’s Best Carnitas for Over 40 Years

Inocencio Carbajal opened Carnitas Uruapan in Chicago’s Pilsen neighbourhood in 1975. “This area was full of gangs,” he remembers. “It was dangerous. There were fights outside and no one came in. When I started, I might have made four dollars in a day."

Making Pinot Noir Requires Back-Breaking Work

Every day, I watched as men and women knelt on the ground and picked the grapes. The strongest workers transported the harvest on their backs.

KFC Hit With $20M Lawsuit Alleging Chain Underfills Chicken Buckets

The customer says she paid $20 and got a half-filled container A Kentucky Fried Chicken customer in New York is frying up a fresh batch of controversy this week after filing a massive $20 million lawsuit against the chain for false advertising. Show More Summary

This Bacon-Wrapped Hot Dog Got the Michelin-Star Treatment

No matter what ridiculous hot dog debate you get roped into, Daniel Humm's hot dog is the answer.

This Week in Food Porn: Matcha and Mushrooms

All the best meals, morsels, and munchies uploaded to Instagram this week.

Recipe: Four-Layer Salted Chocolate Caramel Tart

Nancy Silverton’s latest book is out later this week Nancy Silverton may be a well-recognized restaurateur and entrepreneur, but few know that she’s also the only chef ever to be awarded both the Outstanding Chef and Outstanding Pastry Chef awards from the James Beard Foundation. Show More Summary

Food-Justice Rock Star Anna Lappé Wins 2016 James Beard Leadership Award

Lappé’s work as an author, educator and sustainable-food advocate garnered a prestigious 2016 Leadership Award from the James Beard Foundation.

Can Brandon Baltzley Redefine Cape Cod Cuisine?

The chef of The Buffalo Jump is determined to show people that Cape Cod cuisine can be more than clam shacks and oyster bars.

What to Cook: What to Cook This Week

What about celery toast, or a buttery moong dal? Pasta with parsnips and bacon? We’ll make sure you’re covered.

Bring Your Own Semen to This Super Gross Cooking Class

Amateur chefs shouldn’t start stockpiling that special ingredient just yet.

This Indian Bloody Mary Cures Hangovers with Spice

The Bloody Batra swaps the traditional Bloody Mary’s hot sauce and lemon juice in favour of Eastern-inspired ingredients like chili and mustard seeds.

5 Best Coffee Grinder for French Press in 2016

Best Coffee Grinder for French Press is a must need for those coffee freaks, who can’t think of a single day without coffee. So today we are going to share the reviews of top 5 coffee grinder for french press in 2016. Waking up at 6’o clock every morning, I know how important is it to have a really good coffee to start a day. Show More Summary

3 Best Burr Grinders for Drip Coffee

While many of us invest in the machinery we use and the great coffee beans we buy, we hardly put any thought about the humble coffee grinder which actually paves the way of having a good cup of coffee. And trust us when we say, a good coffee grinder can indeed make that huge difference you were looking for in your average cup of coffee. Show More Summary

Together, We Are Learning

My younger daughter was sitting in front of me so we could both have window seats on the empty Atlanta Streetcar. As we passed a park named Hurt, I saw her really studying the people there. It was packed, and most folks had the blankets and backpacks that identify them as homeless. Show More Summary

Bread Sticks

Vegan Daughter watched a movie at her friend's house last night and was intrigued with the bread sticks that came with their pizza order. She asked if I could make some for our pizza and movie night tonight. Vegan Son #3 is on a trip to Niagara Falls with his best friend this weekend, so I used his portion of pizza dough to make these. Show More Summary

Beach Beat: It’s not people, it’s algal flour and soy protein

When the recall alert for Soylent brand “Food Bars” hit my email a couple of days ago I would have thought it was a colleague pulling my leg but for the standard coding and language from the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. The thought of the name Soylent applied to an “engineered food” designed to “expand... Continue Reading

Beef Checkoff Goes on the Griddle Tuesday in Montana

The Beef Checkoff is up Tuesday for a federal court hearing where anything could happen from dismissal of the challenging lawsuit to a temporary restraining order for the plaintiff’s. The Beef Checkoff refers to money for marketing and research, including food safety research, to promote the cattle industry. The Beef Promotion and Research Act of 1985 gives... Continue Reading

Salmon roe recalled nationwide in Canada; botulism possible

Imperial Caviar & Seafood has expanded its recall of salmon roe for the second time, urging consumers to not eat the salmon eggs because of concerns about botulism poisoning. The Fairfield, NJ-based company recalled some salmon roe Sept. 15 that had been distributed to retailers in Quebec. The next day the company expanded the recall... Continue Reading

Review: Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Brandy Cask Finish

The 11th installment in Woodford Reserve’s annual Master’s Collection release is here. For 2016, standard, “fully mature” Woodford is finished in American brandy casks for nearly two years. Which brandy isn’t stated (but since Woodford’s parent company Brown-Forman owns Korbel,… Continue reading ?

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