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From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week

A dish of cooked greens covered with bright red sauce. Arroyo Vino [Official]

This post originally appeared on May 11, 2019, in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and subscribe now.


I’m currently on a 6 a.m. flight en route to Santa Fe to consume enchiladas, burritos, and, if the mood strikes, edibles. And maybe stare at some Georgia O’Keeffe paintings and desert sunsets. I came this close to scheduling this four-day trip at the same time as a giant food world conference — which would have been fun but not the vacay I was looking for — so phew. But if you’re going to IACP next weekend, I can send you my fave spots. Or just read Eater’s Guide to the Southwest.

It seems like there were enough takes on sponsored menus and Aperol spritzes to go around this week, so we can just get right into it.


On Eater


On The Podcast This Week

This week on the podcast, Daniel and I discussed the week’s biggest food stories, including the popularity of Impossible Burger and the IPO of its rival Beyond Meat, how thirsty food brands have been to partner with Game of Thrones, Burger King’s bizarre new campaign, some invasive restaurant plates, and more.


Off Eater

  • Philly’s restaurant critic finally gave in to the siren call of going on a research trip with a chef. [The Philadelphia Inquirer]
  • Big congrats to the people behind the new New York Times section on parenting. I espeically recommend this article telling new parents that it’s totally normal to want to murder your spouse, a lot, during the first few months of having kids. And maybe later. (Not that I would know.) [NYT]
  • Obsessed with this Vox investigation into the gut doctor screaming at you from the bottom of websites. [Vox.com]
  • Edouardo Jordan and Kwame Onwuachi on being black chefs in mostly white, high-end kitchens. [Grub Street]

Take care, enjoy the weekend, and if you like this newsletter, please forward it to a friend. — Amanda

P.S.: Call your mother, if you have a mother in your life! If you are a mom, you are such a good mom. I hope people tell you that a lot. Great job everyone.