• Amazon's ‘Forever' Is an Eight-Course Feast of Inspired TV Weirdness By Eater   -   Sep 22, 2018

    AMAZON'S ‘FOREVER' IS AN EIGHT-COURSE FEAST OF INSPIRED TV WEIRDNESS

    Streaming recommendations for the weekend, plus a roundup of the week's food-entertainment news This post originally appeared on September...

    Cook, Wine
  • Did an Anti-Trump Boycott Help Shutter This D.C. Sandwich Chain? By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    DID AN ANTI-TRUMP BOYCOTT HELP SHUTTER THIS D.C. SANDWICH CHAIN?

    A 2017 meeting with Donald Trump “contributed” to an undisclosed dip in sales a the soon-to-close Taylor Gourmet sandwich shop Taylor...

    Chicago
  • Feast Your Eyes on Angler, the Saison Spinoff Set to Take Over San Francisco By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    FEAST YOUR EYES ON ANGLER, THE SAISON SPINOFF SET TO TAKE OVER SAN FRANCISCO

    San Francisco
  • When Two Comedians Go to Frenchette By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    WHEN TWO COMEDIANS GO TO FRENCHETTE

    On the Upsell this week: Comedians Sydnee Washington and Marie Faustin visit one of New York's hottest restaurants This week on the...

    Apples, Coffee, Restaurant, Dinner, New York
  • Watch: Why This Chef Left a Career in Neuroscience to Serve Filipino Food By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    WATCH: WHY THIS CHEF LEFT A CAREER IN NEUROSCIENCE TO SERVE FILIPINO FOOD

    Ellie Tiglao uses Tanam, her series of pop-up dinners to reframe how Boston understands Filipino food Since 2014, chef Ellie Tiglao...

    Meal, Dinner, Boston
  • Maine Health Department Proves to Be Total Buzzkill for Stoned Lobsters By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    MAINE HEALTH DEPARTMENT PROVES TO BE TOTAL BUZZKILL FOR STONED LOBSTERS

    Plus, Starbucks is topping new beverages with cold foam, and more food news to end the week An unsurprising followup to the story of...

    Beer, Wine, Chicago, Coffee, Restaurant, New York
  • Cheese Tea Could Be the New Bubble Tea - If Americans Get Over the Name By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    CHEESE TEA COULD BE THE NEW BUBBLE TEA - IF AMERICANS GET OVER THE NAME

    Tea topped with cheese foam has been stuck on the cusp of trending stateside “Cheese tea? What's that?” Mention it to anyone who's...

    Dessert, American, Asian, Cheese, Tea, Cream
  • California Bans Restaurants From Automatically Giving Out Plastic Straws By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    CALIFORNIA BANS RESTAURANTS FROM AUTOMATICALLY GIVING OUT PLASTIC STRAWS

    The new statewide law goes into effect January 1, 2019 Come 2019, California diners who want a plastic straw for their beverage will...

    Los Angeles, Restaurant, Coffee
  • Six Cookbooks That Will Make You a Better Cook, According to Julia Turshen By Eater   -   Sep 21, 2018

    SIX COOKBOOKS THAT WILL MAKE YOU A BETTER COOK, ACCORDING TO JULIA TURSHEN

    The much-loved cookbook author shares the books that have influenced her the most Julia Turshen has long been a sought-after cookbook...

    Turkey, Cook
  • Instant Pot's New Blender Can Also Heat Your Food By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    INSTANT POT'S NEW BLENDER CAN ALSO HEAT YOUR FOOD

    But will it actually save you time? Instant Pot, the internet's favorite multi-functional kitchen appliance for preparing soups, meats...

    Rice, Soup, Meat, Cook, Cream
  • Watch: Frying Intricate, Sweet Jalebi at Home By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    WATCH: FRYING INTRICATE, SWEET JALEBI AT HOME

    Cliff takes on a crispy Indian treat doused in a sweet syrup The idea for this episode has been sitting in the back of my head for...

    Syrup, Cake, Cook, Houston, Indian
  • Whole Foods Sues Animal Rights Group to Stop In-Store Protests By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    WHOLE FOODS SUES ANIMAL RIGHTS GROUP TO STOP IN-STORE PROTESTS

    Activist group Direct Action Everywhere claims the grocer's suppliers are guilty of animal cruelty Whole Foods, which has come under...

    New York, Rabbit, Chicken, Egg, Meat
  • 5 Reasons Simone in LA Is One of the Most Exciting Openings of the Season By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    5 REASONS SIMONE IN LA IS ONE OF THE MOST EXCITING OPENINGS OF THE SEASON

    Acclaimed chef Jessica Largey debuts her first solo project in LA's Arts District Simone, the long-awaited solo project from Manresa...

    Bar, Restaurant, Dinner
  • Papa John's Drops the Apostrophe in Hopes That People Will Forget About Its Disgraced Founder By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    PAPA JOHN'S DROPS THE APOSTROPHE IN HOPES THAT PEOPLE WILL FORGET ABOUT ITS DISGRACED FOUNDER

    Plus, José Andrés's book about relief efforts in Puerto Rico is out today, and more food news Papa John's has been in the news for...

    Pizza, Chief, Menu, Meal, New York
  • Michelin Announces 2019 Stars for Shanghai By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    MICHELIN ANNOUNCES 2019 STARS FOR SHANGHAI

    There's one new two-star restaurant in the third guide to the city Today, Michelin announced its third guide to Shanghai. In the 2019...

    Chinese, Restaurant
  • Protesters Swarm Salt Bae's Miami Steakhouse After Chef Bragged About Feeding Venezuelan Dictator By Eater   -   Sep 20, 2018

    PROTESTERS SWARM SALT BAE'S MIAMI STEAKHOUSE AFTER CHEF BRAGGED ABOUT FEEDING VENEZUELAN DICTATOR

    More than 100 people gathered outside Nusr-Et's Miami outpost on Wednesday morning Living meme/Turkish restaurateur Nusret Gökçe, aka...

    Steak, Miami, Dinner, Meal
  • How NAFTA Destroyed the Mexican Diet By Eater   -   Sep 19, 2018

    HOW NAFTA DESTROYED THE MEXICAN DIET

    Behind the trade agreement that changed eating in North America forever This story was originally published on Civil Eats . When Alyshia...

    Vegetable, Vegetables, Mexican, American
  • The Red-Blooded Politics of Red Meat By Eater   -   Sep 19, 2018

    THE RED-BLOODED POLITICS OF RED MEAT

    Senator Ted Cruz's nonsensical fearmongering over “banning barbecue” in Texas is another shot in an imaginary war on masculinity There...

    Restaurant, American, Austin, Meat
  • Montana Restaurant Nixes Republican Event Headlined by Trump Jr By Eater   -   Sep 19, 2018

    MONTANA RESTAURANT NIXES REPUBLICAN EVENT HEADLINED BY TRUMP JR

    The manager wants to “stay politically neutral” A restaurant in Bozeman, Montana is taking heat from conservatives on social media...

    Restaurant
  • Watch Four Scenes From the Season Premiere of ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown' By Eater   -   Sep 19, 2018

    WATCH FOUR SCENES FROM THE SEASON PREMIERE OF ‘ANTHONY BOURDAIN: PARTS UNKNOWN'

    The Kenya episode of CNN's award-winning travel series airs this Sunday The 12th and final season of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown...

    Soup