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King Arthur Wants You to Love Holiday Baking

Apparently, Hosting the ‘Great American Baking Show’ Is as Awkward as It Looks

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The Best Nonalcoholic Spirits for Mixing, According to Bartenders

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Obama Visits Atlanta’s Best New Fish Spot

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The New Vocabulary of Beer

The Best Gift You Can Buy Yourself Is Better Kitchen Supplies for Your Parents

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Gifts for the Host Who Gets Every Design Magazine

What to buy the person who delights in a good tablescape

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Olive Oil Never Needed a Rebrand — But It’s Getting One Anyway

Brands like Brightland, Graza, Fat Gold, and Rubirosa have brought the elusive element of coolness to the pantry staple

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Eater at Home for the Holidays

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How to Do All Your Holiday Shopping at Target

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DoorDash Announces Layoffs Affecting 1,250 Workers

Happy Bonne Maman Advent Calendar Season to All Who Celebrate

The Best Gift for Anyone and Everyone Is a Really Good Cup

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How the Minds Behind ‘The Menu’ Created an Authentic Fine Dining Hellscape

Star Anya Taylor-Joy, director Mark Mylod, and consulting chef Dominique Crenn on building the world’s creepiest restaurant

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Gifts for the Person Who Knows Food Is Always in Style

The coolest restaurant merch and food fashion to give this year

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The Irresistible Rise of Panettone in Britain

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The Carbone Team Unleashes a Glitzy Torrisi Restaurant in New York City

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Inside the Clandestine, Milk-Fueled Ranch Parties of Southern California

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After a Series of Lawsuits, the Willows Inn Has Closed Permanently

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Elizabeth, the Michelin-Starred Restaurant Founded by Iliana Regan, Will Close After 10 Years

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Review: If ‘The Menu’ Makes You Uncomfortable, That’s Because It’s Supposed To

The Ralph Fiennes movie, part horror film and part dark comedy, takes the cult of fine dining to the extreme

Gifts for the Person Who Already Knows How to Use a Sous Vide

Twelve thoughtful gifts for the avid home cook

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The 38 Essential Bangkok Restaurants

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The Salt Rim Has Gone Off the Rails

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Will Salt & Straw Leave Portland?

Target’s Latest Collaboration Brings British Christmas to America

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The Essential Guide to Coffee Liqueur

17 Gifts on Sale for Black Friday and Cyber Monday

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The 38 Essential Honolulu Restaurants

Bacon-wrapped mochi at a yakitori omakase tucked behind a jiu-jitsu school, haw flake blonde ale at a craft beer lab started by Pearl Harbor engineers, and more great bites to try now in Honolulu

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The Any Occasion Add to Cart Gift Guide: Summer Edition

An updated list of recommendations from Eater’s shopping newsletter

Holding Ourselves as Food Media Accountable

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