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Culinary Schools, the Impact of Ferran Adrià, and More

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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.

Eater got an inside look at the elBulli exhibit in London that just opened, which led to anonymous chefs questioning if chef Ferran Adrià had a "catastrophic effect on the younger generation."

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:

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