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Man Who Prayed Over Fajitas and Got Burned Can't Sue ?for Injuries

Post by Liz Alterman. A man who tried to sue a New Jersey-based Applebee's after fajita grease  burned his eye and face has had his case dismissed. Before you say, "Woah! How does grease form a dangerous geyser?" you should know that...Show More Summary

McDonald's Mobile App Will Finally Launch This Summer

It will include a restaurant locator and a loyalty program. Struggling burger chain McDonald's is attempting to catch up to competitors and plans on finally launching a mobile app in the U.S. this summer. According to Nation's Restaurant...Show More Summary

Peek Inside Dominique Crenn's Beautiful 'Atelier Crenn: Metamorphosis of Taste'

The Michelin-starred chef's first cookbook promises to reveal "who we are." As previously announced, two-Michelin-starred chef Dominique Crenn (of San Francisco's Atelier Crenn) will release her debut cookbook — which she has called more than just a "book of recipes" — later this year. Show More Summary

Taco Bell Wrapper Prom Dress Is Really Quite Elegant

The company thought so too. This is the best thing to happen to a Taco Bell wrapper ever.

Post-Apocalyptic Dining in Atlantic City

I love Atlantic City—the 24-hour bars, the Jersey singles on the prowl, and the tackiness of it all. You can still find an amazing sub sandwich there, too, as the city's restaurants have begun to pick up the slack left by shuttered casinos.

The New Anova Precision Cooker App Is Here!

14 hours agoFood & Drink / Cooking : Foodista

The Anova Culinary App pairs with your Anova Precision Cooker.

Harpoon Brewery’s UFO White Now Available On JetBlue

Boston, MA – Put your tray tables down and tear open that shiny bag of tiny pretzels, UFO White is on board! Boston-based Harpo… The post Harpoon Brewery’s UFO White Now Available On JetBlue appeared first on thefullpint.com.

We’re Not Taking Enough Lunch Breaks. Why That’s Bad For Business

Research shows that only 1 in 5 five people take a break and leave their desks to eat. Most workers are simply eating at their desks. But creativity can take a big hit without a change of scenery.

Tacos out of a VW bus, and shoe shines at Ceremony, opening soon in Studio City

Angelenos are used to ordering tacos from trucks. But a 1969 VW Kombi Bus? That's something new. 

23 Hearty Bean Recipes We Love

The old playground song says that beans are good for your heart. But they're even better for your taste buds. They're kinda creamy, kinda meaty, and all-around hearty and filling. When it comes to comfort food, there's a lot more to beans than chili. From a creamy chickpea pasta sauce to a giant bean salad to Nicaraguan beans and rice, here are 23 of our favorite recipes.

Alton Brown Will Host the 2015 James Beard Awards

Plus, the complete list of chefs cooking at the awards gala. Television food personality/gadfly/beef liver hater Alton Brown is adding yet-another gig to his resume: Brown has been tapped to host the 2015 James Beard Foundation Awards, taking place in Chicago on May 5. Show More Summary

Mandarin Oriental Hotels & Restaurants Are Victims of Latest Credit Card Hack

The hotel group is working with law enforcement agencies to investigate the matter. Credit card hackers are at it again: This time they've targeted the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. According to security blogger KrebsOnSecurity, the...Show More Summary

China Is Going Wild for Offal from Spanish Pigs

The Asian country is importing Spain's off-cuts—brains, stomachs, intestines, and the like—in growing numbers.

Foolproof Oven-Baked Brown Rice ?

If you've ever wondered how to bake brown rice in the oven, or how to cook brown rice so that it always – always – turns out nutty and fluffy and perfect, this is your recipe. I like the technique so much, I asked Cook's IllustratedShow More Summary

Chef Lineup Announced for Dan Barber’s Food Waste Pop-Up, WastED

Daniel Humm, Danny Bowien and April Bloomfield are among those will cook at the pop-up at Blue Hill, which will serve dishes devised from food scraps.

The Pour: Paying Homage to Burgundy and Michel Lafarge

The winemaker, known for his graceful and captivating Burgundys, celebrated the 65th vintage he has worked at what is now called Domaine Michel Lafarge.

Hungry City: House of Inasal in Woodside, Queens

House of Inasal delivers straightforward Filipino comfort food in a stretch of Woodside, Queens, that has earned the nickname Little Manila.

“Fair Wage Food Tastes Better”: Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf Talks Minimum Wage Hike

Oakland's new mayor discusses the $12.25 minimum wage, urban agriculture, and where to get the best cheese ice cream.

How to make the perfect lemon curd, or grapefruit, or lime or orange

When the markets are stacked as high with delicious citrus as they are right now, it’s probably a cook’s responsibility to use it as much as possible. But what to do with another half-dozen Meyer lemons?

Bigger Booties, Smaller Chins: Trends in Plastic Surgery

A look at which cosmetic procedures are sagging—and which are lifting.

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