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Hundreds of Guy Fieris Set to Swarm Manhattan Again This Weekend

Plus a Thanksgiving dinner-flavored snack pack from Pringles, and more food news

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  • FieriCon, the now-annual and inexplicable celebration of Guy Fieri, will return this weekend in NYC. Participants will honor the mayor of Flavortown via a five-stop bar crawl that ends, naturally, at Guy’s American Kitchen & Bar, Fieri’s Times Square restaurant. As organizers say on the official website, showing up in Fieri cosplay is not required to participate, “but it is highly encouraged.”
  • Black Tap, the New York City purveyor of gimmicky, cake-topped milkshakes, will open a location in Anaheim’s Downtown Disney — basically ensuring the brand’s global Instagram domination.
  • Thomas Keller is the latest chef to become an online instructor at MasterClass, the platform that allows famous people to “teach” paying students online.
  • MTV’s Jersey Shore reboot — the Florida-Alabama-based series called Floribama Shore now faces a lawsuit from Pensacola, Florida’s famous Flora-Bama Lounge and Oyster Bar. The 53-year-old beach bar has filed a cease-and-desist against the use of the “Flora-Bama” name.
  • Pringles is testing a “Thanksgiving dinner”-flavored snack packs, with chips that taste like turkey, creamed corn, and pumpkin pie.
  • Chicago’s first fully automated restaurant will serve bao.
  • A piece of cake from Donald and Melania Trump’s 2005 wedding is up for auction.
  • Chart-topper Cardi B is not here for your expensive hotel cereal.

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