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Los Angeles Times
'Steak (R)evolution' doc goes in search of world's best cutThe documentary "Steak (R)evolution" chronicles the quest for the best steak in
'Steak (R)evolution' doc goes in search of world's best cut
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 days ago
The documentary "Steak (R)evolution" chronicles the quest for the best steak in the world, the hunt undertaken by Franck Ribière, a first-time director with cattle-breeder lineage, and Yves-Marie Le Bourdonnec, a top Parisian butcher profiled by the... Read more
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East Bay Express
How to Dupe a ‘Moderately Ok’ Food CriticThe East Bay’s most exclusive underground Chinese restaurant can be found insid
How to Dupe a ‘Moderately Ok’ Food Critic
East Bay Express / Posted 4 days ago
The East Bay’s most exclusive underground Chinese restaurant can be found inside an unassuming bungalow on a residential street nestled high in the El Cerrito hills. Chiu’s Moderately Ok Chinese is a dining establishment that’s so far under the radar... Read more
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Colorado Daily
Gavin Griffin stars in 'Millecular'Gavin Griffin is the Daily's new columnist who just began his banter last week.
Gavin Griffin stars in 'Millecular'
Colorado Daily / Posted 4 days ago
Gavin Griffin is the Daily's new columnist who just began his banter last week. His new column, "Millecular" will cover all things Millennial, including the generation's antics. Hey, look, that's you! The molecular makeup of Millennials, as he... Read more
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The Star
Constant Cravings - Ask Dr GJUDGING from my bodily stature, it doesn't take a genius to work out that I hav
Constant Cravings - Ask Dr G
The Star / Posted 7 days ago
JUDGING from my bodily stature, it doesn't take a genius to work out that I have a passion for food. But many do not realise, that apart from eating; I also have an appetite for cooking. Yes, I confess, I have a secret compelling desire to be a... Read more
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Billboard
Dave Grohl on His 'Sonic Highways' Emmy Nom & Directing Style: 'I Don't Know What I'm Doing'Foo Fighters founder Dave Grohl is used to getting nominated for Grammys, VMAs
Dave Grohl on His 'Sonic Highways' Emmy Nom & Directing Style: 'I Don't Know What I'm Doing'
Billboard / Posted 8 days ago
Foo Fighters founder Dave Grohl is used to getting nominated for Grammys, VMAs and other music-related honors. But when he found out that the band's 8-part HBO musical travelogue, Sonic Highways, had received four Emmy nods, Grohl says he was “blown... Read more
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Miami New Times
This 1960s British Travelogue About Miami Is an Amazing Time CapsuleToday's travel programs are hosted by Anthony Bourdain-type figures who purport
This 1960s British Travelogue About Miami Is an Amazing Time Capsule
Miami New Times / Posted 10 days ago
Today's travel programs are hosted by Anthony Bourdain-type figures who purport to show you the lesser-known jewels of a place, but back in the '60s they were all surface and shine set to a groovy soundtrack and narrated by a person talking in some... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Back to (Cooking) SchoolAs kids and college students prepare to head back to school, it occurs to me th
Back to (Cooking) School
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 10 days ago
As kids and college students prepare to head back to school, it occurs to me that some of us might benefit from some schooling as well—in the kitchen, that is. I have never been a "natural" cook. I'm not somebody who instinctively knows that this... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
From Durban to DubaiIn the last four weeks or so, I have been travelling quite a bit. A working lea
From Durban to Dubai
AllAfrica.com / Posted 13 days ago
In the last four weeks or so, I have been travelling quite a bit. A working leave took me to Nairobi Kenya and Durban South Africa. A short vacation then took me to Dubai. It has been a wonderful tour of East Africa, South Africa and the Middle East,... Read more
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The Atlantic
Why Are Millennials So Obsessed With Food?When Eve Turow returned to her college campus for her five-year reunion, she re
Why Are Millennials So Obsessed With Food?
The Atlantic / Posted 15 days ago
When Eve Turow returned to her college campus for her five-year reunion, she realized that she’d changed: Back when she was in college, she was content subsisting on “gelatinous brown rice, pre-cooked mushy pinto beans, [and] blocks of bouncy tofu.”... Read more
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FOX News
Alton Brown slams Anthony Bourdain for his criticism of TV chefsFood Network star Alton Brown has a few words for fellow celebrity chef Anthony
Alton Brown slams Anthony Bourdain for his criticism of TV chefs
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
Food Network star Alton Brown has a few words for fellow celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. In July, the “Parts Unknown” chef lashed out at food stars like Guy Fieri and Adam Richman for glorifying over consumption and reinforcing foreign stereotypes... Read more
16d
People Magazine
Bradley Cooper Cooks Up a Manic Performance in the First Trailer for Burnt Bradley Cooper gets back to the culinary arts in the just-released first trai
Bradley Cooper Cooks Up a Manic Performance in the First Trailer for Burnt
People Magazine / Posted 16 days ago
Bradley Cooper gets back to the culinary arts in the just-released first trailer for Burnt. The preview shows he's taking plenty of heat, but not getting out the kitchen as... Read more
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West Side Leader & South Side News Leader
West Akron man blames medical community for heroin epidemicBy Letter to the Editor To the editor: Recent media coverage of the prevalenc
West Akron man blames medical community for heroin epidemic
West Side Leader & South Side News Leader / Posted 16 days ago
By Letter to the Editor To the editor: Recent media coverage of the prevalence of heroin deaths has skirted the issue of assigning responsibility for the rise and spread of this epidemic. CNN’s Anthony Bourdain, however (“Parts Unknown” Episode 7,... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Mystery Diner: New restaurant a gateway to Vietnamese cuisineThe Vietnamese dish – pronounced “fuh” – is the street-stall favorite that Amer
Mystery Diner: New restaurant a gateway to Vietnamese cuisine
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 17 days ago
The Vietnamese dish – pronounced “fuh” – is the street-stall favorite that Americans most often associate with the country. Like oatmeal, cereal or bacon and eggs, pho is ordinarily served at breakfast, and – apparently – it’s a first-rate dish for... Read more
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E! Online
Alton Brown Fires Back at Anthony Bourdain: I've Never Seen Him CookRandy Brooke/WireImage; Robin Marchant/Getty Images Anthony Bourdain isn't the
Alton Brown Fires Back at Anthony Bourdain: I've Never Seen Him Cook
E! Online / Posted 17 days ago
Randy Brooke/WireImage; Robin Marchant/Getty Images Anthony Bourdain isn't the only celebrity chef who can throw shade! "I don't have to defend my skills against anybody," the Camp Cutthroat host said. "I've got 14 years and 252 episodes of a show... Read more
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Newser
You Can Thank All Those 'Entitled Millennials' for Our Current Restaurant Chef Shortage– As the economy continues to revitalize, more restaurants are opening—but acco
You Can Thank All Those 'Entitled Millennials' for Our Current Restaurant Chef Shortage
Newser / Posted 19 days ago
– As the economy continues to revitalize, more restaurants are opening—but according to eatery owners who talked to Fortune, there aren't enough chefs to man the kitchens. "[A few years ago], if I had a position open in the kitchen, I might have 12... Read more
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/Film
Burnt Teaser: Bradley Cooper Is a Troubled ChefIn Burnt, Bradley Cooper plays a chef who has had success and lost it, and is o
Burnt Teaser: Bradley Cooper Is a Troubled Chef
/Film / Posted 19 days ago
In Burnt, Bradley Cooper plays a chef who has had success and lost it, and is on the climb back up to the top. But he may have some big personal hurdles to face, potentially including drugs, and definitely including his own nature. Wait a second…... Read more
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Philly.com
The Spot: Vietnam RestaurantHow clean is your favorite restaurant? Inspection reports At the time, most of
The Spot: Vietnam Restaurant
Philly.com / Posted 20 days ago
How clean is your favorite restaurant? Inspection reports At the time, most of the local Vietnamese community was centered in West Philly, and the Lais soon moved there. In 1982, they scraped together $10,000 and opened a small grocery store called... Read more
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Perth Now
Why hotels are cooking up street foodNonya food served at Lime restaurant at Parkroyal on Pickering in Singapore. F
Why hotels are cooking up street food
Perth Now / Posted 22 days ago
Nonya food served at Lime restaurant at Parkroyal on Pickering in Singapore. FROM kerbside woks and the bubbling pots in our northern neighbours, Asian street food can now be found in most Australian suburbs. But travel to its origins and many... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
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Daily Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Nonya food served at Lime restaurant at Parkroyal on Pickering in Singapore. FROM kerbside woks and the bubbling pots in our northern neighbours, Asian street food can now be found in most Australian suburbs. But travel to its origins and many... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Why hotels are cooking up street foodNonya food served at Lime restaurant at Parkroyal on Pickering in Singapore. F
Why hotels are cooking up street food
Adelaide Now / Posted 22 days ago
Nonya food served at Lime restaurant at Parkroyal on Pickering in Singapore. FROM kerbside woks and the bubbling pots in our northern neighbours, Asian street food can now be found in most Australian suburbs. But travel to its origins and many... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Daily Liberal / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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The Border Mail
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
The Border Mail / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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The Courier
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
The Courier / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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The Young Witness
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
The Young Witness / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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Western Advocate
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Western Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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Kiama Independent
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Kiama Independent / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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Manning River Times
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Manning River Times / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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The North West Star
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in VegasYou can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a c
Las Vegas fun things to do alone: How to play solo without gambling in Vegas
The North West Star / Posted 23 days ago
You can get lucky in Sin City as a solo traveller and you don't have to bet a cent. From free hugs to rock-star, chauffeur-driven trips to champagne breakfasts at the Grand Canyon, there are stacks of activities for the solo player in Sin City that... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Emma Gleason: Forget the meat, what about the bones?Our country is one of the leading meat consumers in the world - something that
Emma Gleason: Forget the meat, what about the bones?
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 24 days ago
Our country is one of the leading meat consumers in the world - something that is influenced by our cultural history, agricultural and relative privilege. Photo / Supplied Whether you subscribe to a healthy food diet or are a fast food connoisseur,... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
How YouTube Became the New Food NetworkElise Strachan recently remodeled her kitchen. This wouldn't normally be someth
How YouTube Became the New Food Network
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 24 days ago
Elise Strachan recently remodeled her kitchen. This wouldn't normally be something of note, but in Strachan's case, her reasoning went far beyond being sick of her cabinets: She needed a new kitchen because of her home business. My Cupcake Addiction,... Read more
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Rappler
Around Singapore in 16 dishesSG EATS. Inside Maxwell Food Centre. All photos by Paolo Abad/Rappler SINGAPOR
Around Singapore in 16 dishes
Rappler / Posted 25 days ago
SG EATS. Inside Maxwell Food Centre. All photos by Paolo Abad/Rappler SINGAPORE – “In Singapore, you never go hungry.” One of my cab drivers said that, and he speaks truth. Singapore, or “Little Red Dot,” as it is fondly known, is only around 718... Read more
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Philly.com
Bob Lucas, Donkey's cheesesteak king, has diedMr. Lucas, who was born and raised in Camden, grew up helping around the family
Bob Lucas, Donkey's cheesesteak king, has died
Philly.com / Posted 26 days ago
Mr. Lucas, who was born and raised in Camden, grew up helping around the family business, started by his father, Leon Lucas, a former Olympic boxer whose punch was likened to the kick of a mule. The elder Lucas opened the bar in 1943 in what was... Read more
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Daily Mail
Heidi Klum, 42, holds on to boyfriend Vito Schnabel, 29, on a VespaWheel love! Smiling Heidi Klum, 42, holds on tight to boyfriend Vito Schnabel,
Heidi Klum, 42, holds on to boyfriend Vito Schnabel, 29, on a Vespa
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
Wheel love! Smiling Heidi Klum, 42, holds on tight to boyfriend Vito Schnabel, 29, as they explore Rome on a Vespa They have spent most of their relaxing European break lapping up the sunshine or splashing around in the sea. But Heidi Klum and her... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Here's what's new on Netflix this weekNew on Netflix 7/31/15-8/7/15 Wet Hot American Summer: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIG
Here's what's new on Netflix this week
Savannah Morning News / Posted 29 days ago
New on Netflix 7/31/15-8/7/15 Wet Hot American Summer: Season 1 – NETFLIX ORIGINAL It's the first day of camp in this outrageous prequel to the hilarious 2001 cult classic movie. And at Camp Firewood, anything can happen. Turbo FAST: Season 2 –... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A guide to hitchiking across America from 'Where's Woncho?', a Texas State graduateHe hitchhiked to New York with only $60 in his pocket, but came back to Texas w
A guide to hitchiking across America from 'Where's Woncho?', a Texas State graduate
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 30 days ago
He hitchhiked to New York with only $60 in his pocket, but came back to Texas with $130. One Texas State University graduate, otherwise known as the man behind the "Where's Woncho?" account, is chronicling the existence of the American dream as he... Read more

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