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Ramen Heads - Movie Review

Ramen Heads is a documentary about ramen in Japan. As the name implies, it’s about the obsession of both ramen makers and ramen eaters and dives deep into more bowls in more styles than you can possibly imagine. The film focuses on Japan's number-one ramen master Osamu Tomita, who has won the highest ramen honors 4 years in a row. Show More Summary

Homemade Fudge Chip Peanut Butter Boppers (with Cookie Crunch Variation)

19 hours agoFood & Drink / Recipes : Coconut

Ingredients:3/4 cup creamy peanut butter5 tablespoons butter, at room temperature2 cups confectioner's sugar2/3 cup crisped rice cereal (i.e. Rice Krispies), lightly crushed1/2 cup semisweet miniature chocolate chips8 oz dark melting wafersDirections:Line a baking sheet with wax paper. Show More Summary

Watch: Bruce Lee’s Favorite Dish Is Hidden in Seattle’s Oldest Chinese Restaurant

‘Cooking in America’ heads to Tai Tung to sample beef in oyster sauce Cooking in America is in Seattle for its brand new season, and we’re kicking things off with the iconic Tai Tung — Seattle’s oldest Chinese restaurant. It’s managed...Show More Summary

5 Problems With ‘Somebody Feed Phil‘

Plus, intel on another Netflix show and more TV news and streaming recommendations This post originally appeared on January 12, 2018, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. Welcome to the first long weekend of 2018. Show More Summary

John Besh Gets Edited Out of ‘Iron Chef Showdown,’ Finally

With some sneaky editing, the Food Network removed the chef/restaurateur from the culinary competition Slowly but surely, disgraced celebrity chef John Besh is getting scrubbed from the TV shows that helped make him a star. Back in November,...Show More Summary

Watch: This Miami Hot Dog Stand Is a Go-To Favorite

‘Dining on a Dime’ samples chili dogs galore at Arbetter’s As Dining on a Dime continues its Miami season, I’m excited to visit this next stop — a fun and casual, bright yellow hot dog stand in the city’s Westchester neighborhood called Arbetter’s. Pulling up to the over 50-year-old restaurant is like being transported back into its opening days. Show More Summary

Wealthy Nincompoop Wants to Tip Servers Less Due to $15 Minimum Wage

Fox Business host Stuart Varney doesn’t want restaurant employees to make too much money Fox Business host Stuart Varney believes that minimum wage hikes should perhaps result in customers tipping less at restaurants. Varney made this...Show More Summary

Cornmeal vs. polenta vs. grits - What’s the difference?

In honor of this week’s Parisan Polenta: I’m getting to the bottom of this crazy cornmeal/polenta/grits confusion. In this post you’ll learn the difference between: Cornmeal Polenta Grits Polenta Grits Coarse Cornmeal Corn Flour Masa...Show More Summary

‘The Chi’ Changes the Rules of TV kitchens

Lena Waithe’s new show, Black Mirror, and more TV to watch this weekend. This post originally appeared on January 5, 2018, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse the archives and subscribe now. I hope you had a relaxing holiday break full of good things to eat and watch. Show More Summary

I'll Drink to That: Aldo Vacca of Produttori del Barbaresco

Episode 440 of I'll Drink to That! was released recently, and features Aldo Vacca, the Managing Director of the Produttori del Barbaresco in Italy's Piemonte region. If in the future I need someone to cogently and efficiently sum up 100 years worth of change and evolution, I will definitely reach out to Aldo Vacca. Show More Summary

Watch: Crackling Cuban Roast Pork in a Florida Strip Mall

‘Dining on a Dime’ gets the full pig feast at La Esquina del Lechon just outside Miami Welcome to this first episode of a very exciting season of Dining on a Dime, our 13th season, if you can believe it. I’m heading down to one of my...Show More Summary

People Are Cooking With Their Mouths and It's as Gross as One Would Imagine

Post by Kathleen Wong. From the more practical to the totally insane, there are gadgets and gizmos a plenty for your kitchen. But there's one tool that most of us probably don't consider using to prep the food: your mouth. One filmmaker,...Show More Summary

Jack in the Box E. coli Outbreak – 25th Anniversary

Editor’s Note:  The following remembrance of the Jack-in-the-Box E. coli outbreak was penned by our Publisher Bill Marler and first posted in Food Poison Journal on Dec. 26.   We are republishing it here on the eve of one of the most infamous outbreaks of all time. — In January 1993, the Washington State Department... Continue Reading

Prison Food Gets Inmates Sick More Often Than Other Americans

Lapses in food safety have made U.S. prisoners six times more likely to get a foodborne illness than the general population.

40 Essential Instant Pot Links

Because I've been experimenting with the Instant Pot quite a bit lately, I've been getting a lot of questions. Many times my answer is a link. A link to a video, or a link to a recipe, or technique. So! I thought I'd compile all those helpful links into one list. Show More Summary

I'll Drink to That: Rhône Vintner Jean Gonon

Episode 439 of I'll Drink to That! was released recently, and features Jean Gonon of Domaine Pierre Gonon in the Saint-Joseph appellation of France's Northern Rhône Valley. Domaine Pierre Gonon has moved to the top rank of Saint-Joseph producers today, and Jean Gonon is clear about the reason why: proper farming of old vines. Show More Summary

The 5 Best Food Movies of 2017

From superpig thrillers to fast-food sagas, these are the films that defined 2017 This post originally appeared on December 22, 2017, in “Eat, Drink, Watch” — the weekly newsletter for people who want to order takeout and watch TV. Browse...Show More Summary

dutch apple pie

Before I abandoned you (online) to spend time with you (in person) the better part of the last two months, leading to premature but rightly deserved obituaries, I spend about half of the fall I was in town for obsessed with Dutch apple pie, and a significant amount of that time trying to understand what it was and was not. Show More Summary

The True Meaning of Kentucky Christmas

How a bucket of KFC chicken came to symbolize a magical no-questions-asked familial harmony in Japan At 3 in the morning on Christmas Eve, my mother woke up shaking and unable to breathe. After several minutes of trying to calm her down, we pulled on our coats and filed into the damp December night, hoping to flag a taxi. Show More Summary

“Take Root” at Oakland Museum Investigates the Who and Why of Growing Food in Oakland

Despite the barriers, many individuals and non-profits are growing their own food in the city of Oakland. Oakland Museum's new exhibit "Take Root" introduces visitors to some of those people and organizations.

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