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Home Cooks Finds Antidote to Blandness on TikTok Videos

Home Cooks Finds Antidote to Blandness on TikTok Videos

By Tracee M. Herbaugh | May 17, 2021

From sourdough to feta pasta, much of the last year at home has been food-focused. And one driver of these delectable fads is the social media platform TikTok.

Dry and Well Hung? New Wine Company Pushes Envelope with Unique Bottle Design

Dry and Well Hung? New Wine Company Pushes Envelope with Unique Bottle Design

By Steve Duffy | May 11, 2021

"We're almost ready to pop," promises the "Just the Tipsy" website. The line is a double-entendre, intended to announce the release of a new wine; but the joke doesn't make sense unless its unique bottle design is seen.

Pizza Chef Bruno DiFabio Gets Prison Time for Tax Evasion

Pizza Chef Bruno DiFabio Gets Prison Time for Tax Evasion

May 7, 2021

Bruno DiFabio, a celebrity pizza chef who owns restaurants in Connecticut and New York, was sentenced to 30 days in prison Thursday for tax evasion.

Red Meat Politics: GOP Turns Culture War into a Food Fight

Red Meat Politics: GOP Turns Culture War into a Food Fight

By Thomas Beaumont and Scott McFetridge | May 7, 2021

Conservatives last week gobbled up a false news story claiming President Joe Biden planned to ration red meat.

Food of the Future? EU Nations Put Mealworms on the Menu

Food of the Future? EU Nations Put Mealworms on the Menu

May 5, 2021

Dried yellow mealworms could soon be hitting supermarket shelves and restaurants across Europe.

'Top Chef' Alum Gregory Gourdet to Release New Cookbook

'Top Chef' Alum Gregory Gourdet to Release New Cookbook

By Matthew Wexler | May 2, 2021

"Top Chef" competitor and now judge Gregory Gourdet's new cookbook, "Everyone's Table," releases May 11, featuring 200 recipes from the out and sober chef.

French Terraces of Cafes, Restaurants to Open May 19

French Terraces of Cafes, Restaurants to Open May 19

May 1, 2021

President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday that the outdoor terraces of France's cafes and restaurants will be allowed to reopen on May 19 along with museums, cinemas, theaters and concert halls under certain conditions.

Go Global Visiting These Multicultural US Neighborhoods with an LGBTQ Twist

Go Global Visiting These Multicultural US Neighborhoods with an LGBTQ Twist

By Kelsy Chauvin | Apr 30, 2021

Channel the spirit of international travel into a local trip. Here's how you can go global by eating, drinking and shopping local, along with LGBTQ travel tips to turn your next getaway into a rainbow-good time.

Chocolate to McNuggets: Book Details History of Kid Food

Chocolate to McNuggets: Book Details History of Kid Food

By Leanne Italie | Apr 26, 2021

Why is there no ham in hamburgers? I'd always kind of wondered that. That's when I found so many great origin stories," says author Kim Zachman of her new book.

Anthony Bourdain Documentary 'Roadrunner' Set for Summer

Anthony Bourdain Documentary 'Roadrunner' Set for Summer

Apr 24, 2021

A documentary about the late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain is coming to theaters this summer.

Another Soda Tax Bill Dies. Another Win for Big Soda.

Another Soda Tax Bill Dies. Another Win for Big Soda.

By Samantha Young | Apr 22, 2021

A rogue industry. A gun to our head. Extortion. That's how infuriated lawmakers described soft drink companies — and what they pulled off when they scored a legislative deal that bars California's cities and counties from imposing taxes on sugary drinks.

Four Fired Brew Pub Workers Claim Anti-LGBTQ Bias

Four Fired Brew Pub Workers Claim Anti-LGBTQ Bias

Apr 21, 2021

Four front-of-house staffers at BrewDog, an Indianapolis brew pub, allege that they were fired for being LGBTQ. The company they used to work for has faced similar controversy before.

Restaurants, Delivery Apps Still at Odds as Demand Grows

Restaurants, Delivery Apps Still at Odds as Demand Grows

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Apr 20, 2021

Restaurants and delivery companies remain uneasy partners, haggling over fees and struggling to make the service profitable for themselves and each other.

Canadian Nonprofit Releases 'Cooking With Trans People of Colour' Cookbook

Canadian Nonprofit Releases 'Cooking With Trans People of Colour' Cookbook

Apr 14, 2021

Toronto-based nonprofit, The 519, just released a new cookbook by its 'Trans People of Colour' Project.

Pandemic-Weary Chefs, Cooks Enjoy Serving From Home

Pandemic-Weary Chefs, Cooks Enjoy Serving From Home

By Terry Tang | Apr 9, 2021

Beaten down by the pandemic, many laid-off or idle restaurant workers have pivoted to dishing out food with a taste of home. Some have found their entrepreneurial side, slinging culinary creations from their own kitchens.

Cuban Cooks Overcome Shortages with Ingenuity on Facebook

Cuban Cooks Overcome Shortages with Ingenuity on Facebook

By Andrea Rodriguez | Apr 7, 2021

A number of Cubans with more ingenuity than resources are helping their compatriots cope with shortages exacerbated by the new coronavirus pandemic with Facebook posts of culinary creations designed around what they're likely to find at the market.

Review: In 'Finding Freedom,' A Chef's Struggles and Successes

Review: In 'Finding Freedom,' A Chef's Struggles and Successes

By Beth Harpaz | Apr 5, 2021

Chef Erin French chronicles her struggles, failures and triumphs in a lyrically written new culinary memoir, "Finding Freedom."

The Superfood You've Been Missing in Your Home Cooking: Cannabis

The Superfood You've Been Missing in Your Home Cooking: Cannabis

SPONSORED CONTENT | Apr 5, 2021

There is one ingredient that's healthy, flavorful, and versatile that you won't find stacked among familiar fruits and veggies: cannabis. But more and more health-conscious people are discovering the benefits of cooking with CBD.

Ghost Kitchens Continue to Mystify Hungry Consumers

Ghost Kitchens Continue to Mystify Hungry Consumers

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Mar 31, 2021

Are ghost kitchens the wave of the future? Some consumers think so, while some food-lovers object to the idea.

PEEPS Polarizes with New Pepsi Collaboration

PEEPS Polarizes with New Pepsi Collaboration

By Matthew Wexler | Mar 26, 2021

Our most beloved spring confection is being dissolved into a can of soda, and both fans and foes are freaking out.

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