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Moderates Can Now Sink or Save the Republican Health-Care Bill

With conservatives endorsing an amendment to the party’s Obamacare replacement plan, the legislation’s fate rests with the GOP’s most politically vulnerable members.

Oh Hey, Why Is Jeff Goldblum Working at an Australian Sausage Truck?

Here is a spectacular WTF moment Jeff Goldblum is a man of many talents: he’s an accomplished actor, a celebrated jazz pianist, an O.G. viral video star, and now a skilled sausage chef. Yesterday, the movie star was spotted handing out sandwiches from a van in Sydney, Australia’s Wynyard Park marked Chef Goldblum’s. Show More Summary

Watch: How La Taqueria Became a San Francisco Classic

“Dining on a Dime” takes on the essential Mission-style burrito This week, Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson continues his exploration of San Francisco with the Mission-style burrito. It’s not what you might think, though: What La Taqueria does is, rather, a classic riff on an the Mission-style burrito. Show More Summary

Gordon Ramsay’s Daughter Says Her Dad Is ‘Really Tough’ on Her Cooking

It’s not always easy being a Ramsay Gordon Ramsay loves curse words like a dog loves a bone, but anyone who’s watched MasterChef and MasterChef Junior knows that the food media star adopts a much softer tone when he’s talking to children as opposed to adults. Show More Summary

Watch: This Is How You Cook With Liquid Nitrogen

You don’t need to be a pro chef to use the super-cold liquid safely in the kitchen Liquid nitrogen isn’t all fun and games, it’s a serious cooking tool. In this episode of You Can Do This!, host Clifford Endo explains how to keep safe while toeing the line between chef and scientist. Show More Summary

Does listening to audio books count as reading? Plus my childhood learning struggles & how I mastered A+ studying

I fell down a rabbit hole when I started researching the brain science/psychology around listening vs. reading books... Covered in this post: Does listening to audiobooks count as reading? Is listening to audiobooks “cheating”? The Different...Show More Summary

Why Do People Wait in Long Lines for Craft Beer?

And is an escape from “adulting” really the answer? Whether the craft beer industry is booming or fading seems to be up for debate, but one thing is certain: No matter the larger trend, true aficionados are as excited as ever about new and rare brews. Show More Summary

Watch: Tasting Meaty, Cheesy, Submarine Sandwiches in Atlantic City

‘The Meat Show’ tackles huge and hearty sandwiches The White House Sub Shop carries the great honor of calling itself “the home of the submarine,” and although it isn’t the birthplace of the sandwich, it certainly is well-known both in and out of Atlantic City, NJ. Show More Summary

The Making of a Celebrity Diner

Once upon a time, the term celebrity conjured up visions of movie stars and superstar athletes, but somewhere along the line, the term deteriorated into something much less exclusive. Nowadays, there are celebrity chefs, celebrity doctors, celebrity hair stylists, celebrity …..Continue Reading "The Making of a Celebrity Diner" originally published on The Menuism Dining Blog.

The Next Gluten

Plant proteins called lectins are an emerging source of confusion and fear.

Watch: Every Dish on This Korean-Inspired Brunch Menu Is a Perfect Hangover Cure

‘K-Town’ heads to brunch at SouthGate in Philly for fried chicken and matcha waffles Brunch can be a good time to nurse last night’s sins, and SouthGate in Philadelphia is the perfect place to do so with Korean-inspired plates. K-Town...Show More Summary

Watch: Who Is Responsible When a Competitive Eater Dies?

'Gut Check' explores the many hidden risks of eating contests Earlier this spring, two people tragically died while participating in amateur eating competitions, revealing how a seemingly innocuous form of bar entertainment can go terribly wrong. Show More Summary

Anthony Bourdain Thinks Truffle Oil Is ‘About as Edible as Astroglide’

Tony torches food trends in a hilarious new video During his visit to The Tonight Show on Wednesday, line cook-turned-author/TV host Anthony Bourdain riffed on a bunch of food trends for a delightfully salty web-only video. Tony remarks...Show More Summary

DIY Tamale Kit Giveaway!

I’ve written about Global Grub before and their wonderful DIY cooking kits. I am particularly fond of the tamale kit, which while I hate to admit it, makes better tamales better than I do. I’ve followed plenty of recipes and even have a book on tamales, but this kit is tops. Show More Summary

All of the Best Food Videos to Watch While You're High

Here's all of the internet weirdness you'll need tonight when you're zoned out on magic brownies (or weed macaroni and cheese).

Berkeley soda tax continues to produce benefits

Evaluation of the effect of the Berkeley soda tax continues.  The latest results, published in PLoS Medicine, say that one year after implementation of the tax, Prices of Sugar-Sweetened Beverages (SSBs) increased in many, but not all, settings Sugary beverage sales declined by 9.6% in Berkeley stores Untaxed beverages sales increased by 3.5% driven by […]

Ellen DeGeneres Strikes a Deal With Wendy’s Nugget Kid

The daytime host makes him an offer he can’t refuse A plucky 16-year-old named Carter Wilkerson is poised to eclipse Ellen DeGeneres’s Twitter milestone thanks to a plea for free Wendy’s chicken nuggets that vent viral — and now theShow More Summary

This Korean Food Phenomenon Is Changing the Internet

Meet the American YouTubers who are now trying to cash in on mukbang As 10 slices of bacon sizzle on an electric griddle, YouTube star Nicholas Perry prepares to eat an epic feast — the entire package of bacon is cooking just for him. Show More Summary

Watch: These Enormous Italian Sandwiches Are a Must-Eat in SF

“Dining on a Dime” heads to Little Lucca’s, and host Lucas Peterson can barely contain his excitement No visit to or from the San Francisco airport is complete (in the opinion of Dining on a Dime host Lucas Peterson) without a trip to Little Lucca Specialty Sandwich Shop in South San Francisco, affectionately known as Little Lucca’s. Show More Summary

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