Someone had a bit too much fun this Labor Day weekend. The Associated Press reports that the chef was arrested in the wee hours Sunday morning in Southampton, N.Y.
What have you done this weekend, people? Partied at the pool? Ate too much at barbecues? Whipped something up for party guests?
As if we didn’t drool enough over Christina Tosi, her impeccable taste, and her impeccable life, a new profile makes us proud to call her ruler of lady chefs.
The newest way to save struggling gentleman’s clubs is to add craft beer, wonders the Dayton City Paper?
It’s official: our boyfriend Sam Kass, who we couldn’t even believe got engaged without telling us, is getting hitched this weekend, and of course it’s at Stone Barns and of course our hearts are broken forever.
New York may be a culinary mecca, but it’s not the be-all and end-all of food talent. And as such, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight celebrity, notable, or otherwise up-and-coming chefs you should know about across the country.
Dear Person Who Is Considering Buying the Denny’s “Grand Cru Slam,” Congratulations — you’ve officially bought into something that should never, ever, exist.
Are your middle school dreams finally coming true, dear children? A real life Central Perk?! Yes, yes, and yes — cue up the “Smelly Cat renditions.” Entertainment Weekly reported on the Warner Bros.
Let’s recap how our usual Labor Day grill-outs, barbecues, and parties go: We make lazy person plans to “maybe do something” with people that weekend.
Because there’s never enough Top Chef, so says Bravo, we are now privy to the newest of the franchise spin-offs: Top Chef Duels.
The plight of fast food workers has gained lots of traction recently, what with minimum wage talks, legislation for paid sick leave, and protests for fair wages.
What began as a Twitter joke is slowly turning into another social media campaign, this time aiming to give low-income families access to abortions.
It’s summer, it’s a holiday, and everyone always loves an excuse to eat. It makes sense, then, that one of the most popular ways to celebrate Labor Day weekend is by having a backyard cookout.
It slightly invokes the whole “freedom fries” thing from a decade ago, does it not? We mean, what are we supposed to eat now — poutine Burger King fries?
MAD4 took a big stand this year with its talks, what with announcing a major fast food concept from Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson, and especially putting San Francisco chef Chris Cosentino right before keynote speaker Albert Adria (which is pretty cool that it’s Albert Adria, amirite?
Every week the Grub Street Diet breaks down local celebrities’ dining habits like a small intestine tell-all, and if you’ve ever wondered how fat a wallet it takes to fill Andrew Knowlton’s belly with Prime Meats, whiskey and Cheetos, or hydrate Stephanie LaCava at Sant Ambroeus, The Braiser’s doing the math to give you the skinny.
Roy Choi + Daniel Patterson + burgers = the fast-food nation we’ve been waiting for. The big announcement from this year’s MAD Symposium is that two California kids, Choi and Patterson, will open up a fast-food concept called loco’l, opening of fall 2015.
In which we food bloggers are compared to pedophiles? Uh…. We’ve been following along our favorite food geek conference, the MAD symposium, with people like David Chang, Chris Consentino, Alex Atela, and Roy Choi.
Because it’s Friday and also what is this beauty. Jezebel pointed us in the direction of the Tumblr “Foods That Look Like Iggy Azalea,” a very scientific portrayal of our favorite foods compared to our new, bright and shiny rap queen.
Think she’s looking at you, Resy. Eater’s Editor in Chief, Amanda Kludt, published an essay on another site within Vox Media, The Verge, on her thoughts on the future of the restaurant industry.