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This week in food and drink: Meet the makers

10 hours agoNews : USAToday: News

USA TODAY Network reporters share chef interviews and profiles of food professionals, from cookbook authors to celebrity restaurateurs.        

Exposed: The Tory-Trump Plan to Kill Food Safety with Brexit Chicken

A trans-Atlantic network of Conservative and Libertarian think tanks were caught creating ‘shadow trade deals’ which deregulate in favour of food and drug lobbies during Brexit. In this investigation for Insurge and Real Media, Kam Sandhu exposes...Show More Summary

Fusion Exposes Global Food Truths In Lightbox-Produced Doc Series

Univision-backed cable network Fusion has ordered a social media-infused food documentary series from Lightbox, the U.S./UK production company run by Man On Wire producer Simon Chinn and LA 92 producer Jonathan Chinn. The broadcaster...Show More Summary

SOBEWFF 2018: Navigating the Fest

You're hungry. You're thirsty. You're ready for the sun, sand, and celebrity chefs at the 16th-annual Food Network and Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival.But what you really want right now is a game plan. What you need is some professional insight into the best way to tackle what has become one of the nation's largest annual food festivals.

The Weird Food Trends That Need To Die In 2018

2 days agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

Because food is such a big part of our lives, and something we like sharing with our friends and family, new food trends are constantly popping up and sweeping through our networks until everyone is talking about the latest taste sensation. Show More Summary

PLOS Biology in the media – January

  Welcome to the first PLOS Biology media blog of 2018! We’re starting the year with a bang, with research on marine food web collapse, global flower-power, ancient Scandinavians, hot mitochondria, and musculoskeletal networks.  

The 1 Thing You Should Never Put on a Sandwich, According to the Sandwich King Himself

The perfect sandwich is a delicate art, and if there's anyone who's perfected it, it's Food Network chef and sandwich king Jeff Mauro. Mauro spilled his sandwich dos and don'ts to us, along with his thoughts on fatherhood, cooking for kids, and the perfect sandwich bread. Show More Summary

Eater’s Ultimate Guide to the 17th Annual South Beach Wine and Food Festival

Where to eat, drink and be merry all weekend long The weekend Anthony Bourdain once called “spring break for chefs” is back. The 17th annual Food Network & Cooking Channel South Beach Wine & Food Festival (SOBEWFF) hits Miami February 21-25. Show More Summary

Food Network Orders ‘Vegas Cakes’ Spinoff; Renews ‘Ridiculous Cakes’ For Season 2

Cakes, cakes and more cakes. Food Network is expanding its Monday night baking-themed lineup, ordering 10 episodes of Dallas Cakes, a spinoff of recently renewed Vegas Cakes, and renewing Ridiculous Cakes for a 13-episode second season. Dallas...Show More Summary

Chef David Thomas Is Not Here to ‘Elevate’ Soul Food

His Baltimore restaurant incorporates history and sustainability in its tribute to civil rights activist and journalist Ida B. Wells Appropriately housed in the same historic Baltimore building as the Real News Network, a progressive, nonprofit media organization, Ida B’s Table opened late August with a similarly progressive inspiration. Show More Summary

Find Out What's Happened to Your Favorite Food Network Stars of Yesteryear

Believe it or not, The Next Food Network Star has run for 13 seasons and counting! Ever wonder what happened to some of the previous winners you may have forgotten about? We're taking a look back at every winner of the popular Food Network...Show More Summary

Sunny Anderson responds to backlash over Party City ad

last monthNews : NY Daily News

Food Network star Sunny Anderson insists she had nothing to do with a criticized Party City commercial.

Ayesha Curry Talks Becoming a CoverGirl, Bright Lipstick, and Raising a Budding Beauty-Lover

It takes a special kind of superhero to juggle being a mom of two, successful entrepreneur, badass chef, and beauty guru, but Ayesha Curry is one of them. The Food Network star recently added CoverGirl to her impressive list of credentials,...Show More Summary

This week in food and drink: Chicken, cheese and Chinese

last monthNews : USAToday: News

USA TODAY Network food and beverage reporters share restaurant openings, reviews and news in this week's top tweets.        

Are inflammation-causing diets associated with risk of colorectal cancer?

(JAMA Network) A diet high in foods with the potential to cause inflammation, including meats, refined grains and high-calorie beverages, was associated with increased risk of developing colorectal cancer for men and women.

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

Millionaire Fox Business Host Suggests He’ll Tip Food Servers Less If Their Minimum Wage Goes Up [VIDEO]

last monthLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

Josh Delk reports: Fox Business Network host Stuart Varney suggested Wednesday that he will tip restaurant servers less if the minimum wage goes up. “If I walk into a restaurant, and I know that the waiter or waitress is making $15 an...Show More Summary

Turkish Airlines Lounge Review Nairobi: Lucky to Be Here

If you have a late night international flight out of Nairobi, head to Terminal, 1A and the Turkish Airways Lounge, part of the Priority Pass network. Although the place is jam packed, it does have plenty of food choices including delicious...Show More Summary

What's The Food Like At The National Theatre's New Dinner Show?

2 months agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Oops, the restaurant critic sent to review the on-stage edibles got distracted by the show, Network (an adaptation of the '70s movie): The food "barely registers. It’s something dark on a plate. Food? Who cares about that? I’m too busy gawping at the kinetic fury of one of the US’s greatest actors playing not just […]

Five Dallas Eateries Will Appear on This Season of ‘Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives’

Guy Fieri came to Dallas in October to film, but the finalists were under wraps until now It’s official: five Dallas-area restaurants are set to get the Guy Fieri stamp of approval on Food Network TV show Diners, Drive-ins, and Dives. Speculation...Show More Summary

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