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The Olive Tea

last weekFood & Drink / Tea : T Ching

Move over, Matcha! There’s another tea coming to town. The Olive Tree has a rich history, not just as far back as the Bible, but even much further. Once known as the “king of trees” and also said to be the “tree of life” in the Garden of Eden; in … Continue reading ? The post The Olive Tea appeared first on T Ching.

Let Your Salad Speak For Itself: 8 Ways To Spruce Up Your Greens

Most people have the misconception that Vegans only eat salad! False!. This would not leave us with enough calories or healthy fats to sustain a balanced diet. Did you know that, on average, a vegetable salad holds about 200 calories? This is nowhere near enough to leave you feeling comfortably full or getting you all of the nutrients you need. Show More Summary

5 Unforgettable Food Scenes From This Year’s Best Picture Nominees

From the Froot Loops in Get Out to the fresh peaches in Call Me By Your Name This Sunday, Hollywood’s most famous actors and filmmakers will don their finest attire, pose for the paparazzi, and collect gift bags with worth tens of thousands of dollars at the 90th annual Academy Awards ceremony. Show More Summary

February’s Six Biggest Food Stories

Dave Chang on Ugly Delicious, Olive Garden’s pasta nachos, and a Peter Rabbit controversy This week on the Eater Upsell podcast, we tackle the most interesting food stories of February. We discuss the Peter Rabbit allergy controversy;...Show More Summary

Paula Wolfert Gets the James Beard Foundation’s Lifetime Achievement Award

OpenTable’s CEO reflects on the #MeToo movement, plus more food and restaurant news from across the country Cookbook author Paula Wolfert is the James Beard Foundation’s 2018 Lifetime Achievement honoree. The expert on MediterraneanShow More Summary

Watch the Steamy First Trailer for Restaurant TV Drama ‘Sweetbitter’

The series, based on a best-selling novel from a former hospitality worker, is slated to premiere on May 6 Sweetbitter, Stephanie Danler’s best-selling novel about a young waitress who gets swept up in the drama of the NYC food world,...Show More Summary

Watch: Making Crab Rolls and Sukiyaki at Seattle’s Oldest Sushi Restaurant

Maneki is a part of the city’s identity “A spot like this becomes home,” says Sheldon Simeon about Seattle’s Maneki — a landmark Japanese restaurant that has become a familiar welcome for the local Japanese community. Maneki is celebrating...Show More Summary

McDonald’s Szechuan Sauce Tastes Like Corn Syrup and Worcestershire

The sauce is the color and consistency of strawberry jelly What if they gave a riot and nobody came? I expected long lines when I peddled up to my local McDonald’s at 11 a.m. today, the stated time for the relaunch of the chain’s notorious Szechuan sauce. Here’s the backstory: In 1998, McDonald’s created it as a tie-in for Disney’s Mulan. Show More Summary

Sorry Haters, ’Ugly Delicious’ Is Maddeningly Good

TV recommendations for this weekend, plus a roundup of the week’s entertainment news This post originally appeared on February 23, 2018, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Show More Summary

Watch: Kimchi Kielbasa Is the Perfect Korean-Polish Dish

K-Town heads to Kimski for this mash up One of the definitive aspects of Chicago’s landscape is the large Polish population — the second largest outside of Warsaw, Poland. But there’s a significant Korean population too, so it was only...Show More Summary

Watch: The Best Cuban Hamburger in Miami

Sampling the spiced meat patties at El Mago de las Fritas I was giddy heading to the west side of Miami to El Mago de las Fritas, a small restaurant that specializes in one of my favorite Cuban creations: the frita Cubana. You’ll hear...Show More Summary

Olive Garden’s Meatball Pizza Bowl Is Deep Dish Gone Too Far

Plus, Olympic snowboarder Chloe Kim will be on a cereal box Oh god, Olive Garden has a new menu item, and it’s just as ridiculous as one would expect a new menu item at Olive Garden to be. Less than a month after introducing ItalianShow More Summary

“Why Are You So Into Pinot?”

3 weeks agoFood & Drink / Wine : Winecast

[vimeo][/vimeo] Watch Paul Giamatti’s eyes while Virginia Madsen is speaking. Great acting in the best wine scene ever in film. You might need to click back for the video… Happy New Year! The post “Why Are You So Into Pinot?” appeared first on Winecast.

Watch: Sweet and Savory Fry Bread at Seattle’s Only Native American Food Truck

Cooking in America samples native tacos and fry bread burger at Off the Rez “Food is the most raw when it’s born out of necessity,” says host Sheldon Simeon in this episode of Cooking in America, as he visits Off the Rez — a Seattle food truck specializing in Native American cuisine. Show More Summary

‘Mozart in the Jungle’ Takes a Most Unusual Tea Break in Japan

Three recommendations for TV shows to watch this weekend, plus a roundup of the week’s entertainment news This post originally appeared on February 16, 2018, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Show More Summary

‘Black Panther’ Challenges a Bogus Food Stereotype

The hit Marvel movie turns a Hollywood cliché on its head There’s some beautiful world building in Marvel Studios’ Black Panther in how director Ryan Coogler and his team crafted Wakanda, a fictional Central African country where the film’s hero rules. Show More Summary

Cheesecake Factory Is One of the Best Places to Work in America

Plus the ‘New York Times’ has Salt Bae’s Sunday routine, and more food news to know Cheesecake Factory, the restaurant chain beloved by rapper and actor Drake, is one of the best companies to work for in America. The Factory lands at No. Show More Summary

Watch: Spicy Korean Fire Chicken Is a Proper Late-Night Dish in Chicago

K-Town heads to Dancen for some killer bar food My wife Rochelle went to graduate school in Chicago, so I’d often visit the Windy City while we were dating. Our go-to late night hangout was a small Korean bar called Dancen, legendary...Show More Summary

I'll Drink to That: Anne Parent of Domaine Parent in Burgundy

Episode 443 of I'll Drink to That! was released recently, and features Anne Parent of Domaine Parent and Jacques Parent et Compagnie. Both of those are based in the Burgundy village of Pommard. Anne runs both them with her sister Catherine. Anne...Show More Summary

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