In case you missed them, here are the top stories from the week in Eater:
Recapping the week in Eater National: Do not miss Amy McKeever's in-depth 8,800-word story on culinary schools. She talked to chefs, restaurateurs, educators, students, and newly-minted line cooks from across the country to examine all the pros and cons. In addition, there was a great stand-alone interview with chef David Chang on the subject. Eater also launched a new series called Eater Elements. The first one was a look at John's Roast Pork cheesesteak in Philadelphia.
In the book and cookbook front, there was a look at Tony Conigliaro's Cocktail Lab, The Wild Chef from Jonathan Miles, and The True Blood Cocktail Book. In television news there was a teaser of the new Food Network series with Alton Brown called Cutthroat Kitchen and a preview of The Getaway, the new Esquire Network series produced by Anthony Bourdain and Zero Point Zero. In food media: The New York Times killed off the Diner's Journal blog and ex-critic Sam Sifton is returning to the dining beat with an upcoming "dining news product."
In Heatmaps, there was a look at the all the new hotness in: Memphis, Oklahoma City, Indianapolis, San Antonio, Hong Kong, and London. And finally, look out Canada: Eater is now hiring for the first international sites in Montreal, Toronto, and Vancouver.
Here now, the top stories from the week in Eater: