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Trump Hotel's Sixteen to close, reconcept

Sixteen, the two-star Michelin restaurant housed in the Trump International Hotel, is closing, as first reported by Chicago magazine. Is it a sign of a Trump slump or just another casualty of the continuing trend of restaurant closures? Unlike other fine-dining establishments that have gone under...

East Bay Bakeries Doing The Rye Thing

As a born and bred Jewish New Yorker I recently started craving rye bread. Nostalgic for a taste of lower Manhattan, I began searching the East Bay for fresh-baked rye and found six guide-worthy bakeries making quality loaves.

Watch: How to Speed Dry-Age a Steak

You Can Do This takes a seasoning staple to mimic big steakhouse flavors in a home kitchen In this episode of You Can Do This, I am chasing the funk of a dry-aged steak without having to put in the time, or the bags of money. I’m certain...Show More Summary

Is Fast Food Making Good on Its Promises of Cage-Free Eggs and Humanely Raised Pork?

Despite customer pressure, many major brands are falling short on their animal welfare goals This story originally appeared on Civil Eats. In early January 2018, Smithfield, the world’s largest pork producer, announced that it had achieved its “animal care” goal to provide group housing for pregnant sows on all of its U.S.-based farms. Show More Summary

Highland Park Brewery expands into a new spacious home in Chinatown

Bob Kunz, co-founder of Highland Park Brewery, put the “micro” in microbrewery when he turned a tiny space in the back of the Hermosillo, a popular York Boulevard bar, into one of L.A.’s premier craft beer operations. Now, Kunz and his partners get to stretch their legs with the opening of a second,...

The story behind Raffi's Place, and some of the best koobideh kebabs in Glendale

Walking into the tree-lined courtyard dining room at Raffi’s Place in Glendale, you get the sense that many happy memories have been — and continue to be — made here. The Persian restaurant, located a couple of blocks from the Glendale Galleria, is the site of countless birthday parties, baby showers,...

Can Electrically Stimulating Your Brain Make You Too Happy?

When doctors can directly access patients' cerebral reward networks, someone has to decide just how good people should feel.

Beija-Flor: Beautiful Handmade Portuguese Crafts in Porto

58 minutes agoFood & Drink / Wine : CataVino

There’s a reason why Porto has become a shopping haven for those seeking out talented Portuguese artists and designers, they’re phenomenal at what they do. The Portuguese are not only passionate about their terra, but they use it toShow More Summary

Lively white wines pair with rich shrimp-feta spaghetti dish

This dish combines briny seafood with rich cheese and the natural acidity of tomatoes. Here are three bottles — a sparkling wine from Spain, and one white each from Italy and France — that have the liveliness and agility to bring together such contrasting elements. MAKE THIS Spaghetti with shrimp,...

No Bun Can Contain Indiana’s Pork Tenderloin Sandwich

The Hoosier State’s most beloved dish, explained Every sweltering August during my Indiana childhood, I stood in line at the 4-H Knox County Fair to order a pork tenderloin sandwich. It’s a classic Hoosier dish, with a thinly pounded, breaded, and deep-fried portion of meat hanging over the edges of a bun. Show More Summary

How to Cook Dried Beans

Canned beans are convenient, but dried beans win on flavor every time. Here's how to cook any kind of dried bean to perfection.

The Secret (and Incredible!) Ways Your Favorite Disney Pixar Rides Are Made

Forget the Haunted Mansion's Hatbox Ghost or navigating the pitch-black corners of Indiana Jones Adventure, because there is perhaps no place more shrouded in mystery than Walt Disney Imagineering. It's here, in a collection of buildings...Show More Summary

A Slow-Cooker Recipe Even the Crockpot Ambivalent Will Love

The following post was originally featured on Alexandra's Kitchen and written by Alexandra Stafford. In a recent Dinner, A Love Story post, Jenny Rosenstrach captured my exact experience and thoughts regarding Crock-Pot cooking. In sum,...Show More Summary

What to Cook: Stuffed Ham!

Cook a a southern Maryland specialty, or a no-recipe recipe for fish fillets with ginger, scallions and soy.

Just Opened: Mad West brings food, coffee to United Center

The United Center has added another food and beverage concept to its already all-star lineup, this time in partnership with Dark Matter and Heisler Hospitality. Mad West, nodding to its West Side location, is a warm, brick-walled nook inside the otherwise modern, minimalist East Atrium of the stadium....

If you think you don't like Chablis, maybe you haven't tried the real thing

It’s possible that you have consumed gallons of “Chablis” in your life but never really tasted Chablis, thanks to lots of misleading wine brands and labels. It is entirely possible that you have avoided the legendary wine style based solely on this false reputation. The “Chablis” that some people...

Cheese and Bacon-Scented Hair Products are Here to Make You Smell Terrible

Plus, Outback is serving a Bloomin’ Onion topped with cheese fries and ribs The desperate food #brands hoping to drum up business with outrageous stunts are taking it too far. In today’s news: Einstein Bros. Bagels is introducing, god only knows why, cheese shampoo and bacon conditioner. Show More Summary

Slow Cooker Poached Salmon

Your slow cooker is a versatile thing. So versatile, in fact, that you can even use it for poaching salmon. It may seem odd to use a slow cooker (something usually used to cook food for hours at a time) for salmon (something that cooks very quickly). Show More Summary

Restaurant Delivery Is Harder Than You Think

DoorDash CEO Tony Xu explains

8 Reasons Hiring Managers Haven't Called Back

It's one thing when you don't receive a reply from an employer after sending your resume and cover letter, but things get more personal when you don't hear back after a job interview. Waiting for a response is stressful and it's easy to let your mind run wild when coming up with reasons the employer hasn't called. Show More Summary

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