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Macy's All-Star Culinary Council, Coming to a Store Near You

Want to learn how to cook like a chef? Macy's Culinary Council brings expert chefs from around the country to teach you how to cook through...

by Lauren Gordon
Editor, October 24, 2014

Macy Culinary Council
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How to Plan Dinners That Practically Make Themselves

Weeknights can be hectic; between special projects for work, after-school activities for the kids, and errands that need to be run we all have...

by Kristie Collado
Editor, October 22, 2014

How to Plan Weeknight Dinners That Practically Make Themselves
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15 Easy 15-Minute Pasta Recipes

One of the fastest, easiest things to make in the middle of a busy workweek is a pasta dish. But what to make? Surely not cacio e pepe or spaghetti...

by Will Budiaman
Special Contributor, October 21, 2014

Chicken and Vegetable Pasta Salad
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10 Dinners in Less Than 15 Minutes

Dinner doesn’t have to be complicated — especially when you’re looking for quick and easy recipes to get you through the Monday-...

by Emily Jacobs
Special Contributor, October 20, 2014

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Alinea Warns Diners of Reservation Phishing Scams

If you have been trying to snag a reservation at Chicago’s famed Alinea recently, be forewarned: there is a new phishing scam out there that...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, October 20, 2014

Alinea Warns Diners of Reservation Phishing Scams
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6 Amazing Ways to Use Wonton Wrappers

Baked Avocado and Feta Rolls If you love guacamole, you’ll love these baked avocado rolls and dipping sauce. The recipe uses some traditional...

by Kristie Collado
Editor, October 20, 2014

6 Amazing Ways to Use Wonton Wrappers
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Japanese Food: What Is Fugu?

Japanese food is known for its many regional specialties. Monjayaki, a sort of fried batter with various ingredients that’s eaten like a savory...

by Alexandra E. Petri
Editor, October 20, 2014

Japanese Food
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René Redzepi in a Japanese Photo Booth, and More from Noma

The Noma team has officially landed in Japan and begun the first leg of its international foraging and pop-up adventure, and based on René...

by Karen Lo
Editor, October 20, 2014

Here’s What the Noma Team Has Been Up to in Japan
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5 Best Places in NYC to Buy Pre-Cooked Thanksgiving Turkeys

When Thanksgiving morning rolls around, every host has at least a twinge of anxiety about potentially screwing up the main event: the turkey....

by Dan Myers
Editor, October 20, 2014

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WATCH: Jamie Oliver Parody an Angry Taylor Swift

What do Jamie Oliver and Taylor Swift have in common? Why, they both love to donate to Stand Up for Cancer of course! Not to mention both T. Swift...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, October 20, 2014

WATCH: Jamie Oliver Parody an Angry Taylor Swift
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NYCWFF: Dale’s Dim Sum Party at Buddakan

Buddakan’s massive, two-story interior was home on Sunday to Dale’s Dim Sum Party, a hip and collaborative interpretation of the Chinese...

by Karen Lo
Editor, October 20, 2014

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Popular Foods You Didn’t Know Native Americans Invented

From drying meat to popping corn, the Native Americans are responsible for perfecting many food-making processes that we still use today. Popular...

by Dan Myers
Editor, October 20, 2014

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NYCWFF: Lobster and Champagne at Gotham Bar and Grill

In spite of a recent polarizing op-ed from The New York Times titled “Brunch is for Jerks,” somehow we doubt that brunch is on its last...

by Karen Lo
Editor, October 20, 2014

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Wild Excuses Restaurant Owners Have Used to Toss Customers

It’s not easy to get yourself thrown out of a restaurant. As a paying customer, restaurant owners tend to know that tossing out a customer...

by Dan Myers
Editor, October 20, 2014

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Eataly’s Wine Shop is Back After Liquor Authority Scuffle

After six months of a wine-less Eataly, Eataly’s Vino is back with a bang and a promotional deal. The New York location of Eataly, the Italian...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, October 20, 2014

Eataly’s Wine Shop is Back After Liquor Authority Scuffle
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Secrets of a New York Times Food Critic

On Saturday evening, October 18, past and present New York Times food critics gathered at the TheTimesCenter in midtown Manhattan for a panel...

by Kate Kolenda
Editor, October 20, 2014

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President Obama’s Credit Card Denied at Trendy NY Restaurant

That must have been one uncomfortable situation for their waitress. In a speech to Consumer Financial Protection Bureau employees on Friday,...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, October 20, 2014

President Obama’s Credit Card Denied at Fancy NY Restaurant
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New Red Wine Blend Mixes Wine Regions

Even if you believe in terroir and the idea that wine is made in the vineyard, then do all those grapes have to come from the same vineyard? Or the...

by Roger Morris
Special Contributor, October 20, 2014

New Red Wine Blend Mixes Wine Regions
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Healthy and Delicious Casseroles

Casseroles have a bit of a bad reputation when it comes to health and nutrition. Although they are convenient and delicious, many are loaded with fat...

by Kristie Collado
Editor, October 20, 2014

Healthy and Delicious Casseroles
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Strudel di Funghi – Mushroom Strudel

Mushrooms are cultivated, found wild, and used in the cuisines of both Veneto and Trentino-Alto Adige. I’ve just returned from a month visiting both...

by Italiaoutdoor F...
Special Contributor, October 20, 2014

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Open Casting Call To Be Held In Philly For Next “Food Network Star”

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Are you at the top of your culinary game and have a passion for the spotlight? Then the “Food Network Star” casting...

by CBS Philadelphia
, October 20, 2014

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Where are the Most and Least Expensive U.S. Food Cities?

When moving to a new city, most people take into account the cost of rent, the quality of education, and the relative safety of surrounding...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, October 20, 2014

Where are the Most and Least Expensive U.S. Food Cities?
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Meat Reigns Supreme at NYC Wine & Food Fest’s Meatopia

Meat, meat, and more meat! Carnivores came out in droves on Sunday for the 10th annual Meatopia, hailed as the “Carnivore’s Ball,”...

by Dan Myers
Editor, October 20, 2014

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This is How You Make the Creamiest Mashed Potatoes

Use mealy potatoes. Even if you don’t like the descriptor “mealy.” There are two varieties of potatoes: mealy and waxy. Mealy...

by Julie Ruggirello
Editor, October 20, 2014

This is How You Make the Creamiest Mashed Potatoes
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Phantom Gourmet: Lulu’s In Allston

ALLSTON – Have you ever had a Mexican Cheeto? How about Frito Chili Pie? Beer and Bacon Pancakes? At Lulu’s in Allston, comfort food is...

by CBS Boston
, October 20, 2014