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How Much Would Chinese Food Cost on the Moon in 2080?

Among science-fiction writers, only a minority strive for accuracy in their depictions of technology, physics, and protagonists being sucked out the bay doors without a fully functioning space suit. Even fewer worry whether the economy of an alien capital makes any sense. Show More Summary

Inside the List: After Setting Her Hair on Fire, Lisa Gardner Decided to Become a Writer

It was the 1980s, she was waitressing, “and there was a lot of Aqua Net involved. I took the hint. No more food service. Lots more time at the keyboard.”

Overrated/Underrated: 'Somebody Feed Phil,' and the how long is long enough for a farewell tour?

UNDERRATED “Somebody Feed Phil” on Netflix: In a food and FOMO-obsessed TV landscape that’s given a show to almost every chef with a passport, there’s something refreshing about this series led by comedy writer and “Everybody Loves Raymond” creator Phil Rosenthal. Spun out of a prior PBS incarnation,...

Chocolate Cake with Pistachios and Apricots

A recipe for a decadent chocolate cake studded with pistachios and dried fruits by the Ukrainian food writer Daria Tsvek.

Valentine's Day shellfish feast — when you want to make a fuss without making a fuss

The last place you'll catch my wife and me on Valentine's Day is dining at a restaurant. Since I'm a food writer, I eat out nearly every day, and few calendar dates strike me with more fear than Feb. 14. See, Valentine's Day is one of a handful of occasions when everyone else decides that they...

Why Hippie Food Still Matters

San Francisco Chronicle food writer Jonathan Kauffman talks about his new book, 'Hippie Food: How Back-to-the-Landers, Longhairs, and Revolutionaries Changed the Way We Eat.'

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: You Should Not Need a Job to Get Help

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New Medicaid rules demonstrate our obsession with work ethic. And now Republicans have their sights on food stamps and housing aid.

Mimi Sheraton on Restaurant Critics and Why They Should Remain Anonymous

The legendary dining critic’s sharp wit is on display in a new podcast called Ask Mimi Mimi Sheraton, food writer, author, and former restaurant critic for the New York Times, takes no prisoners. Her sharp wit is almost as quick as her...Show More Summary

A Vietnamese Hidden Gem in Aurora and the History of Honkytonks Across Denver

Plus two more good reads for the week’s end ADVENTUROUS EATING NEWS: Feeling like a challenge? Follow food writer Ruth Tobias on her journey with 5280 to Nón Lá The Eating Place in Aurora. This Vietnamese restaurant is known (or should...Show More Summary

How to turn tabbouleh into a hefty wintry dish

Food writer is a job description that’s easy to digest. Everyone, it seems, eats. Cocktail in hand, chitchat in air, I’m rarely met with blank stare. That’s a luxury few astrophysicists share. And yet, misconceptions abound. Food writing springs from an affinity, not an affliction. Consider the...

Chicago's best vegetarian, vegan and plant-based foods

Food writer and authority Michael Pollan is well-known for his simple diet advice: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.” For our daily gallery during our month of Craving: Smart Eating, the Food & Dining team is avoiding diet fads and trends, opting instead to err on the side of Pollan's easy-to-follow...

The Saddest Restaurant Closures of 2017

Food writers lament the ones that were lost As is the tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, they share the hardest 2017 goodbyes. Gigi Sukin, editor, CoBiz The...Show More Summary

The Best Local Food Writing of 2017

Local food writers share their favorite pieces by other local food writers in our most meta survey question yet As is Eater’s annual tradition, we’re closing out 2017 by surveying local food writers (including our own staff and contributors) on various restaurant-related topics, and we’re publishing their responses in these final days of the year. Show More Summary

Headline Predictions for 2018: All-Day Dining, Breweries, and More

Local food writers share what they think will happen in the food world next year As is Eater’s annual tradition, we’re closing out 2017 by surveying local food writers (including our own staff and contributors) on various restaurant-related topics, and we’re publishing their responses in these final days of the year. Show More Summary

Montreal Food Writers Predict the Headlines for 2017

What trends will descent on the island? As is tradition at Eater, we close the year with a survey of food critics, writers, bloggers, and people about town. This year we posed eight questions, from meal of the year, to top restaurant newcomers. Show More Summary

Philly Headline Predictions for 2018, From the Funny to the Bleak

Food writers consult their crystal balls As per tradition, Eater asked a group of journalists, bloggers, and friends of the site to weigh in on the year in food. Here, Philly’s dining experts answer the question: “What are your headline...Show More Summary

Headline Predictions for 2018 From the People Who Write Them

Look out for lots of rutabaga, brains, and, of course, ice cream and doughnuts in the news next year As is tradition, Eater closes out the year by surveying local food writers on various restaurant-related topics. Readers, please feel...Show More Summary

The Best Meals of 2017: Crudos, Hand-Pulled Noodles, and More

Local food writers rave about their best meals of the year As is Eater’s annual tradition, we’re closing out 2017 by surveying local food writers (including our own staff and contributors) on various restaurant-related topics, and we’re publishing their responses in these final days of the year. Show More Summary

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