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Thomas Keller’s Website Hacked by Syrian Activists

It appears that the Thomas Keller Restaurant Group website, as well as the websites for his individual restaurants, have been hacked by Syrian...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, July 21, 2014

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Grey Goose VX and 11 Other Only-in-Duty-Free Delights

In 2014, the words ‘travel’ and ‘glamour’ rarely end up in the same sentence. Gone are the days of men in sleek suits and...

by Emily Sher
Special Contributor, July 21, 2014

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Silicon Valley Attempts to Make Real Vegan Cheese

A group of “biohackers” from Silicon Valley are raising money money on Indiegogo for a project to create cheese that vegans will love....

by Sidney Harrison
Writer, July 21, 2014

Vegan Cheese
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Food Packaging That Decays with Its Contents Invented

Swedish design studio Tomorrow Machine is showcasing on its website three food packages that decay along with their contents. The studio...

by Sidney Harrison
Writer, July 21, 2014

Landfill
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You Should Know: How to Open a Bottle of Wine with Your Shoe

Unless you’re one of those extremely prepared people who carries a corkscrew on their keychain, chances are good that there will come a day in...

by Karen Lo
Editor, July 21, 2014

You Should Know: How to Open a Bottle of Wine with Your Shoe
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Expired Meat Scandal Rocks Chinese McDonald’s and KFCs

A fast food rancid meat scare has swept China after it was revealed that Husi Food Co., a meat supplier in China, had been selling expired meat to...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, July 21, 2014

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Guilty Teens Confess to Theft of Giant Sausage

Police were stunned when a large mortadella sausage went missing from a food market stand last week, mostly because the missing sausage weighed more...

by Elizabeth Licata
Writer, July 21, 2014

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New Think.Eat.Save Tool to Prevent Food Waste

New Think.Eat.Save tool presents framework for implementing large scale solutions to food waste in various stages of the food supply chain. Starting...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, July 21, 2014

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New Think.Eat.Save Tool to Prevent Food Waste

New Think.Eat.Save tool presents framework for implementing large scale solutions to food waste in various stages of the food supply chain. Starting...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, July 21, 2014

160.

Harvard Students Invent Aerosol Cake Batter

The aerosol can is one of the fastest and most fun ways to deliver food into one’s mouth, and now it could be set to revolutionize the cake...

by Elizabeth Licata
Writer, July 20, 2014

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Teens Break Into Church to Cook Pizza

A pair of nefarious youths has allegedly been breaking into a Kentucky church to cook pizzas, and the pastor is having none of it. [related]...

by Elizabeth Licata
Writer, July 20, 2014

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Organized Crime No Longer Has a Place in the Mexican Lime Industry

For more than a decade, the Mexican lime industry was controlled not by farmers and buyers but instead by powerful drug cartels. Fearing for their...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, July 20, 2014

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Organized Crime No Longer Has a Place in the Mexican Lime Industry

For more than a decade, the Mexican lime industry was controlled not by farmers and buyers but instead by powerful drug cartels. Fearing for their...

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, July 20, 2014

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Drunk Prisoner Pulls Pizza Prank on Arresting Cops

The old “ordering pizza to someone else” prank is something of a classic, but it’s a pretty terrible idea for someone who is...

by Elizabeth Licata
Writer, July 19, 2014

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The Boulder Dushanbe Tea House

If you are visiting Boulder, CO spend an afternoon at the Dushanbe Tea House. Located in downtown Boulder, overlooking the majestic Flatirons, this...

by sonalk
, July 19, 2014

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Server Eats Cockroach to Silence Complaining Customer

Finding an unexpected insect in one’s food can be extremely disturbing, but not everybody is so squeamish, as one restaurant customer found out...

by Elizabeth Licata
Writer, July 19, 2014

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No More Mystery Meat: “Cafeteria Man” Champions School Nutrition Reform

The documentary film “Cafeteria Man” is the inspiring story of Tony Geraci’s mission to provide every student fresh, local produce at school.

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, July 19, 2014

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No More Mystery Meat: “Cafeteria Man” Champions School Nutrition Reform

The documentary film “Cafeteria Man” is the inspiring story of Tony Geraci’s mission to provide every student fresh, local produce at school.

by Food Tank
Special Contributor, July 19, 2014

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Jackfruit and 8 Other Superfoods You’ve Never Heard Of

There's a lot of talk about superfoods lately. There's no set definition of what a superfood is but they are widely recognized as foods that...

by Kristie Collado
Editor, July 18, 2014

Jackfruit and 8 Other Superfoods You’ve Never Heard Of
170.

Forget Pizza, You Can Get McDonald’s Delivered in Australia

In Melbourne, Australia, it just got a whole lot easier to get satisfy your Big Mac craving. Now you don’t even have to go outside! Meet...

by Joanna Fantozzi
Editor, July 18, 2014

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Restaurant Openings Report: Week of July 13, 2014

New York After leaving Danny Meyer's North End Grill in April, chef Floyd Cardoz plans to head a new restaurant, White...

by Kate Kolenda
Editor, July 18, 2014

Chef Floyd Cardoz
172.

What is Goetta?

If you live in the Cincinnati area, you’ve most likely heard of goetta, and have most likely tried it. If not, you’ve probably never even...

by Dan Myers
Editor, July 18, 2014

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Sparkling Wine for Summer

Americans fell in love not long ago with prosecco from northern Italy’s Veneto region, and is just now discovering what it’s been missing...

by Roger Morris
Special Contributor, July 18, 2014

Sparkling Wine for Summer
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Chef and Menu Report: Week of 7/13/14

Hong Kong For the enjoyment of carnivores, The Steak House Winebar + Grill now features an exclusive knife menu. Diners can choose the best fit for...

by Kate Kolenda
Editor, July 18, 2014

Grand Central Oyster Bar
175.

What is a Langoustine?

You’ve probably spotted langoustines on restaurant menus, or possibly garnishing raw bars, and wondered just what in fact they are. Well wonder...

by Dan Myers
Editor, July 18, 2014

Langoustines