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Top Chef Alum Adds Note to Receipts: Hey! Immigrants Prepared Your Food

Mark Simmons, an alum of Top Chef, now owns and serves as chef for the posh New York restaurant, Kiwiana. And in light of Donald Trump’s frightening Muslim travel ban, he has found a creative means of making a political statement that his patrons cannot ignore.

The Functional Adult Woman’s Guide to Las Vegas Nightlife The Functional Adult Woman’s Guide to Las Vegas Nightlife

I used to be embarrassed by the fact that Las Vegas is one of my favorite vacation destinations, but whatever: I’m now at a point in my life where I am confident enough to embrace the weird joys of a place where the Mojave glows bright with organized chaos.

We're More 'Connected' Than Ever, But We're Mostly Eating Alone We're More 'Connected' Than Ever, But We're Mostly Eating Alone

Shortly after we climbed out of the primordial ooze and started roasting beasts we found smaller and weaker than ourselves, humans sat around the fire and ate together. But now, new research shows we're eating more and more meals all by ourselves.

Guy Fieri's New Menu Offers a 52-oz Bloody Mary Garnished with Sausage Guy Fieri's New Menu Offers a 52-oz Bloody Mary Garnished with Sausage

It appears that Guy Fieri, Clown Prince of Flavortown, is in the breakfast game now, and he's taken to it like a duck wearing backwards sunglasses riding a skateboard through a lake of flames. The menu at Guy Fieri's Vegas Kitchen & Grill includes "Dragon's Breath Chili Cornbread Benedict," "Chicken Fried Bacon…

1950s Ladymag Offers Dating Advice on 'How to Behave in a Restaurant' 1950s Ladymag Offers Dating Advice on 'How to Behave in a Restaurant'

Ladies! Need a refresher course on how to eat food in front of man who has asked you out? Unsure of what kind of fruit you can eat on a date? This ladymag from the 1950s has you covered.

What Are Your Favorite Kitchen Tools and Gadgets? What Are Your Favorite Kitchen Tools and Gadgets?

It's time to spill: What are your secret weapons in the kitchen? Best baking dish? Spectacular spatula? Perfect pan?

People Who Eat in the Dark Tend to Eat Less, Probably Because They Can't See What They're Doing People Who Eat in the Dark Tend to Eat Less, Probably Because They Can't See What They're Doing

A new study conducted on unsuspecting human lab rats in an Illinois Hardee's has found that people tend to consume fewer calories and have a slower rate of maw-stuffing when the lights are low, soft music is wafting down from hidden speakers, a plant is eyeing their meal jealously from a corner, and they can wipe…

‘Breastaurants’ Angle For a New Generation of Leering Wing-Eaters ‘Breastaurants’ Angle For a New Generation of Leering Wing-Eaters

Hooters-like restaurants are are in the midst of a renaissance — the top three so-called "breastaurant" chains behind Hooters each grew by at least 30 percent last year, according to Technomic, which means that we can all look forward to such cleverly-named eateries as Twin Peaks, Tilted Kilt Pub & Eatery, and the…

The Science Behind Why Men Eat More When Ladies Are Around The Science Behind Why Men Eat More When Ladies Are Around

New research promises to shed light on why we eat how we eat, and whether or not the gender of our dining companions really influences our food choices that much.

When A Food Control Freak's Worst Nightmare Becomes A Reality When A Food Control Freak's Worst Nightmare Becomes A Reality

How can three innocent words sound so ominous in combination? "Neighborhood cooking co-ops."

Let Them Eat Cheap! Let Them Eat Cheap!

When it comes to today's "challenge" in the New York Times' "Dining" Section - Great Meals for Two, Under $100 (It’s Possible) - most of us could probably have given restaurant critic Frank Bruni a pointer or two. Bruni describes his task as finding "a dinner for two that was at least three courses in a restaurant…

Eat, Drink, Man, Woman: Or, Women Like Eating Fish In Mint Green Rooms Eat, Drink, Man, Woman: Or, Women Like Eating Fish In Mint Green Rooms

FYI: You like meat. But you kind of feel bad about it, so menus have to trick you into ordering it. Oh, and you're really sensitive to harsh lighting, too. What, you didn't know? Well, according to the Times, every restauranteur does: it all comes out in a piece on the often "laughably clichéd" differences —…

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