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Step one: don't be creepy in bars. Step two: do something when you see people being creepy in bars. Here's how:
Advice from a bartender on how to makes bars a safe space for workers and guests
Further proof that "New Orleans is like Disneyland for day-drinkers."
Food and environmental lawyer Shawn “Pepper” Bowen downs a What the F**k? daiquiri and talks about the regulation of what Americans eat, working with small businesses, and African American land ownership.
"Could the future of the vegan patty be one of uniform flavor manufactured by a handful of companies?"
Silicon Valley’s meatless tech burgers are a false kind of moral and environmental revolution
Right after being named sommelier of the year, Vinny Eng is pivoting to politics. Here's why:
Vinny Eng would seem to have a good thing going. But Eng is stepping away from all of it — from Tartine, from restaurants, from wine. This week he starts a new role as organizing director for Suzy Loftus’ campaign for San Francisco district attorney.
If you were a fabulously wealthy lady in 1950s NYC, this is probably what you ate. (Hint: it starts with "chicken salad bejewelled with grapes and almonds, gelatin “soufflés” of orange juice and cream, citrus salad dressed with sweet-savory poppy-seed dressing.")
The Zodiac Room knows exactly who its customers are: mostly women, mostly luxury shoppers, and those of us who wish to spend a meal pretending to be one.
You had us at chicken-and-waffles.
With an expansion of her chicken-and-waffles restaurant set for this year, South Carolina chef Kiki Cyrus looks back before a big year ahead.
1 jar of harissa, 13 ways to dinner.
Harissa. We can never get enough of this stuff. Especially in these 13 recipes.
"He stirred up trouble, enough that his mother packed him off to live with his paternal grandfather, who had moved back to Nigeria, where he was an elder among the Igbo people... Onwuachi learned respect, but he also learned about his ancestors, and how he carries their spirit everywhere, even to America, where it is routinely devalued."
The book recounts his tough Bronx upbringing, the racism he’s faced in the industry, and his first restaurant’s implosion.
Your drunchies are no match for those of a world class chef—but they can be.
There are a few tips and tricks behind every great late-night meal.
Drunk idiot steals oyster from Rihanna, Rihanna demands he pay her $327.
A foolish man reportedly stole from her plate during a recent night out.
Things Shaq can't live without: Peppermint Patties, Three Musketeers and a classic Entenmann’s Cheese Danish.
“With a regular suitcase, I can’t even fit two pairs of shoes in it. With a Tumi, I can fit six, seven pairs of shoes, underwear, other things.”
2012 median income for Minnesota farms: >$200,000. 2018 median income for Minnesota farms:
It's been a down cycle for nearly five years, and the trade war and weather have exacerbated the problem.
North Fork Roasting Company’s Jennilee Morris and Jess Dunne have decided not to work with Friedman
For this Victoria's Secret angel, friendship smells like french fries.
The Victoria’s Secret Angel also loves the smell of lavender, coconut, and of course, jasmine.
“Everyone knows I can’t be bought. I take one bite and I know." Meet Marryam H. Reshii, the most badass food critic in the game.
Legendary restaurant critic Marryam H. Reshii knows the ins and outs of the New Delhi food scene better than anyone.
"No one associates New York, a city in the eastern United States, with good restaurants. That's beginning to change."—L.A. Times Food trolling NYC might be our fave 2019 food moment so far
Can New York become a player in the country's dining scene? It may be on its way.
The pop-tart, perfected.
A Danish bakery lands in Manhattan with the perfect afternoon snack.
Confirm or deny:
Prepared correctly and with the right expectations, it can change your life.
Mayochup fans rejoice, because two new mayonnaise based sauces are coming your way.
What, you've never eaten bubble bath?
It's not a classic macchiato, but you already knew that.
How Slovenia could teach the U.S. to bee kind 🐝
The tiny Eastern European nation is a hotbed of successful beekeeping—and its practices and policies could help pollinators in the U.S
"Average farm income has fallen to near 15-year lows under Trump, and in some areas of the country, farm bankruptcies are soaring."
Low prices, trade wars and higher interest rates are depressing farm incomes.
"'Beneficial probiotic cultures' is not something my halmoni ever talked to me about, though it sure sounds healthy."
There’s something lost when kimchi becomes just another trendy condiment.
How a serial assaulter became a fixture in D.C.'s most respected kitchens—until one woman fought back.
When an up-and-coming chef groped a D.C. hairstylist five years ago, it seemed like an open-and-shut case. Five years later, both were underserved by the court.
Tired: celebrating St. Patrick's Day with green beer. Wired: celebrating St. Patrick's day with currant-studded soda bread and a sausage-bacon-egg-mushroom-tomato full breakfast.
I once lived in a cottage in County Cork, Ireland, with seven other women. We were about a mile from the ocean and even less from The Goalpost Pub, one of the only businesses besides the gas station in the tiny village of Shanagarry. It was here, in Cork, that I learned three pivotal things. The fir...
Wild rice now has legal rights "to exist, flourish, regenerate, and evolve, as well as inherent rights to restoration, recovery, and preservation."
Under the Rights of Nature, the plant, as well as the freshwater resources it needs to survive, now have an inalienable right to exist.
FatBoy isn't your typical foodie mag—it's loud, proud, and unapologetically messy.
Inspired by his relationship with food stemming back to when he was a child, Christopher O’leary, alongside photographer Emily Leonard, has created "_FatBoy Zine_":http://fatboyzine.com/, a new magazine acting as a tribute to the wonderful world of Asian cuisine and culture.
Even meat-lovers will love this lemony, peppery, tangy whole-roasted cauliflower.
This dish has become a signature of Domenica chef Alon Shaya. Precooking the cauliflower in seasoned poaching liquid infuses it with flavor; roasting makes it crisp.
Meet the farm-to-fork chef who's cooking to prevent suicide.
The restaurant business can be tough on your mental health, and has led some chefs to suicide. Chef Patrick Mulvaney is helping Sacramento kitchen workers learn the warning signs and ask for help.
From pilaf with black sea mussels to giant Georgian soup dumplings. 😍😍
From forschmak to Armenian kebabs and the bounty of the Black Sea: tracing the history of Ukraine's multicultural port city through food.
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Londoners once loved an ale whose key ingredient was a rooster.
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Single-serving meals for the single-serving eater.
In this week's issue of Horrifying Fast Food News:
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What does it mean to farm while black?
In Upstate New York, Soul Fire Farm works to change that. A conversation with Leah Penniman, author of the new book Farming While Black.
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