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NY Times Puts ‘Cooking’ Behind a Paywall

A 24/7 Ichiran opens in Taipei and more intel

NYTimes’ Cooking app
  • The New York Times is adding a paywall to its cooking app/site. Non subscribers will still have access to “a selection of editor-curated recipes, collections, and guides” and the baseline recipe box, a rep tells Eater. Meanwhile, regular Times subscribers and new subs willing to pay a $65/year fee will get access to the full recipe archive and a more customizable recipe box. Sam Sifton has more.

  • A D.C. council-member is introducing a bill that would grant or loan $50,000 to restaurants that qualify as small businesses (i.e., no chains) that have operated in the same location for over 10 years.

  • A kind of fitting celebration to commemorate the 15 year anniversary of the World’s 50 Best Food List tbh. There’s a full thread:

  • High rolling New Kid on the Block Donnie Wahlberg dropped a $500 tip on a tiny bill at a Waffle House in Maryland.

  • Ramen sensation Ichiran just opened its first Taiwan location, and it’s open 24 hours a day seven days a week — and there’s still always a line.

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