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Hot Hot Heat!: The 19 Hottest Sushi Restaurants In the US Right Now

It's been more than a year since the last Eater Sushi Heatmap, meaning it is absolutely time to take a look at 19 of the most buzzed-about sushi restaurants across the United States. These restaurants — listed alphabetically, please...

From the Archives: Slow Roasted Leg of Lamb

Crisp-crusted, with salty bits of crackling fat and a moist, pink, juicy interior, a boneless roasted leg of lamb is one of those spring treats that makes me wish winter came more than once a year just so we'd have more excuses to cook it. Show More Summary

Book Review: The Architecture of the Cocktail

The Architecture of the Cocktail is a neat idea and an even neater-looking book. Using architectural blueprint-style diagrams, author Amy Zavatto and illustrator Melissa Wood take you through 75 drinks, largely classics with a few modern cocktails thrown in. But … Continue reading ?

Price Hikes: Chipotle to Raise Prices For The First Time in Years

While Chipotle may not be dropping guacamole off of their menus, the burrito purveyor will soon be charging more for it. The Associated Press reports that for the first time in three years, the Mexican fast-casual chain will raise.....

T Magazine: Visiting the Source | A Chef in the Field: Duck Eggs

With more fat and cholesterol than a chicken egg — and a larger, lusher yolk —it’s no wonder that a single duck egg makes a plate of simple potato hash feel special, even decadent.

When ‘Liking’ a Brand Online Voids the Right to Sue

The food company General Mills added language to its website to alert customers that they cannot take legal action against the company if they download coupons, enter a contest or connect with it in other ways.

Open Thread: The Best Spring Pizza Toppings

Spring is rolling in—trees and flowers are beginning to bloom, the weather is warming up, and finally some fresh produce is joining the potatoes, carrots, and cabbages in the market. Which are you most looking forward to?

Video Interlude: Watch a Clip From the elBulli-Inspired Film, Tasting Menu

Here's an exclusive clip from Tasting Menu, the soon-to-be released romantic comedy with a storyline inspired by the shuttering of the legendary elBulli. Earlier trailers for the film have revealed that Tasting Menu tells the story of a young...

Easy Recipe: Butter-Glazed Asparagus

This fabulous springtime side dish is ready and on the table in just minutes! A little butter and chicken broth make a simple and delicious glaze to tender asparagus. It’s the perfect dish to serve with brunch or dinner!

Hangar 24 Announces Music Lineup & Headliners For Airfest & 6th Anniversary Celebration

Redlands, CA – Hangar 24 Charities will bring multi-platinum rock group Everclear to the Redlands Airport to headline their two-day… The post Hangar 24 Announces Music Lineup & Headliners For Airfest & 6th Anniversary Celebration appeared first on

Kosher Dark Chocolate Matzo Brittle Recipe

A tasty Kosher treat, Matzo Brittle is made by taking the traditional Jewish bread known as Matzo, and making brittle from it. Alright, so it's not super complicated, but the result is both tasty, and still kosher. So really it's a win-win type of situation.  

Tasty Bat Cupcakes For National Bat Appreciation Day

Today is National Bat Appreciation Day here in the U.S, and it's an entire day devoted to celebrating the little winged mammals. And what better way to celebrate anything then with themed baked goods?   Ingredients:  

Try the World: Get a Gourmet Taste of the World in a Box!

So many places to visit, so little time! Our bucket list of fascinating cities and countries to visit is endless. We long to discover vibrant outdoor markets, charming bistros, artisanal foods, local culture…  

Cambodian Flavors Meet Belgian Chocolate at The Shop in Phnom Penh

Lemongrass, keffir lime, and passion fruit are all ingredients you might associate with Cambodia. But what about chocolate? For the past six years, Griet Lorré, owner of The Shop in Phnom Penh, has been making handmade chocolates inspired by these traditional Southeast Asian flavors, and they're delicious.

Publisher’s Platform: General Mills – You Can’t Sue Me!

When Stephanie Strom of the New York Times wrote “When ‘Liking” a Brand Online Voids the Right to Sue,” it caught my attention. At first I thought General Mills could not be serious about trying to deny its customers the right to their day in court if wronged by a General Mills’ product.  I mean,... Continue Reading

'Foodie' Wire: Has restaurant knowledge become the new...

Has restaurant knowledge become the new "conversational with-it-ness?" GQ's Daniel Riley argues: "Not having an opinion about where you eat is what it once was to not have authors you quoted, albums you defended, or directors you followed to the...

Slow Cooker Ropa Vieja With Black Beans and Rice

Ropa vieja, the classic Cuban dish of shredded stewed beef flavored with a vinegary tomato and pepper sauce, is a natural choice for the slow cooker, stewed all day and served with rice and beans.

Flavortown USA: Guy Fieri's Las Vegas Restaurant Officially Opens Today

Human fireball and culinary gremlin Guy Fieri's new Las Vegas restaurant, named Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Bar, officially opens today. Eater Las Vegas reports that "his tattoos play a prominent role in the decor" and "UNLV memorabilia is...

Hungry City: Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen in Hell’s Kitchen

At Kung Fu Little Steamed Buns Ramen in Hell’s Kitchen, the chef’s specialty is as much theater as comfort food.

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