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Gay Food Is Here And It's Queer, So Leave The Rainbow Sprinkles At Home
By Alana Dao, On Assignment for HuffPost
Gay food is moving beyond a rainbow-colored novelty served one month out of the year.
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Donald Trump Really Shouldn't Call Someone Else's Restaurant 'Dirty'
Eateries at the president's properties have racked up a hefty list of health code violations.
Man Gets Receipt Telling The Cook To Spit In His Food
"I felt like I was gonna throw up,” the man told a local New York station.
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CULTURE & ARTS
Chef Compares Support For Restaurateur Accused Of Misconduct To Hurricane Relief
Gabrielle Hamilton stirred New York's restaurant world comparing her support for the Spotted Pig's Ken Friedman with chef José Andrés' help for Puerto Rico.
FOOD & DRINK
The Worst Thing You Can Do To Someone Who Loves Ranch Dressing
A waitress exacts her revenge.
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Anthony Bourdain Helped Us Go From Living In A One-Bedroom To Living Our Dream
, Guest Writer
His response to changing my family's life forever was classic Tony.
The Restaurant Chain With Nothing But Food Waste On The Menu
By Nina Pullman, On Assignment For HuffPost
One-third of all food produced is lost or wasted.
FOOD & DRINK
IHOP Is Changing Its Name And The Internet Can't Handle It
The new name is "IHOb," but the company won't release what the "b" means until June 11.
Angry White Dude's Rant About People Speaking Spanish In NYC Goes Viral
The man tells an employee “Your staff is speaking Spanish to customers when they should be speaking English.”
How 'Sweetbitter' Captures The Grit And Glamour Of The Restaurant World
The Starz adaptation of Stephanie Danler's novel immerses us in the sexual, racial and personal politics of the kitchen.
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6 Things Nondrinkers Wish Drinkers Understood
Keep these things in mind next time you're out.
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Tarantula Topping Draws The Brave Into North Carolina Burger Joint
It's like Little Miss Muffet in reverse?
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Spending Bill Would Prevent Employers From Pocketing Workers' Tips
Democrats say they've neutralized the most controversial piece of Trump's "tip pooling" rule. But critics say the rest of the rule is still bad for workers.
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I Feel 'Lucky' To Have Made It Unscathed In The Restaurant Industry (And That's A Problem)
, Guest Writer
Absence of personal misfortune is no excuse for ignorance anymore.
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If We Want Things To Change For Women In The Kitchen, We Have To Change Our Culture
, Guest Writer
Very few of us have been taught to question how we're supposed to act as women -- and as men.
'Air-Frying' And Other Fun Food Trends To Try This Year
From Korean condiments to gut-friendly and air-fried foods, here’s what restaurants and chefs will be serving up in 2018.
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Drake Hasn't Even Opened His Restaurant And Already Threw A Party There
Just hold on, we're going there ... when we can.
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Pour One Out, Flavortown Fans: Guy Fieri's Times Square Restaurant Is Closing
"Everyone dye your frosted tips black in mourning."
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No Need To Dress For Dinner At This Parisian Restaurant For Nudists
Napkin placement can be crucial.
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Now It's 8 Women Accusing Chef Mario Batali Of Sexual Misconduct
Three women told The Washington Post that he grabbed them and made inappropriate comments.
Batali Steps Down For Sexual Misconduct
Restaurant mogul Mario Batali is stepping down from his day to day duties after four women allege he touched them inappropriately.
UK Restaurant Diners Are Helping Homeless People During The Holidays, 1 Meal At A Time
“It’s such an easy process adding a pound to the end of every bill, it seems like a no-brainer."
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It Only Took 56 Years, But Now You Can Actually Have Breakfast At Tiffany's
The famed jewelry store will open a cafe on Friday.
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