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Sichuan Peppercorns Are Hot Enough for McDonald’s

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Feast on Sushi, Steak, and Globalization at Iraq’s American-Themed Buffet

Inspired by a Florida Golden Corral, developed in the Netherlands, and imported to Kurdistan, ABC Restaurant features an assortment of global cuisines all filtered through the semi-autonomous region’s relationship with the U.S.

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What to Eat Among New State Fair of Texas Foods This Year

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As Southern States Bus Migrants to Chicago, Service Workers Are Waiting With Hot Meals

The Best Food Books to Read This Fall

With these 11 works of food-focused fiction and nonfiction you won’t mind being cooped up inside as the temperatures drop

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Meet the Michigan Chef Who Competed in the World Paella Cup

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To Understand Taiwan’s Quietly Defiant Drinking Culture, You Drink at Chán Shífāng

Clarkisha Kent Isn’t Afraid of a Changing Body


How a Brooklyn Brewmaster Makes Beer to Connect With Her Iranian Heritage

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Federal Judge Declares Texas’s All-Ages Drag Ban Unconstitutional

Vegetables Get the Tinned Fish Treatment

Who Gets to Eat Well After the Climate Crisis?

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April Bloomfield Is at the Top of Her Game

Clarissa Wei Knows All Too Well That Food Is Political

In her debut cookbook, ‘Made in Taiwan,’ the journalist uses recipes to tell the story of the island’s people, and take a stand on its sovereignty

The 16 Best Cookbooks of Fall 2023

New books by Sohla El-Waylly, J.J. Johnson, Molly Baz, and more provide plenty of inspiration to return to the kitchen

What We Lost in the Lahaina Fire

The fire razed Maui’s densest dining town, destroying the fifth-generation-owned Nagasako Okazuya Deli, Maui’s oldest dive bar, the pickle mango stand on Front Street, and so much more

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It’s Time for a Glorious, Uncompromising Re-Politicizing of Wine

Real Housewife Ubah Hassan Puts Hot Sauce on Everything — Including Doughnuts

Join Eater on Book Tour in NYC, LA, SF, Portland, DC, and More

How I Got My Job: Being a Professional Recipe Developer and Food Photographer

Ube Flavoring Is Ubiquitous. But Where Does the Fresh Stuff Fit In?

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The 38 Essential Rome Restaurants

Famous carbonara from a Michelin star winner at a power-lunch bistro, chile-laden hot pot by the Trevi Fountain, a pizza- and meatball-fueled tour through the Testaccio market, and more of Rome’s best meals

How to Help the Victims of the Maui Fires

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The Eater College Dining Plan

From Roll Tide to Rock Chalk, Eater celebrates the greatest food on and off campuses around the country.

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Eater and Disability Visibility Present: Low and Slow

A series on the joys and pleasures of eating, cooking, and sustenance

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Spot Your Fellow Food Freaks With Eater’s All-New Merch

Shop Eater’s brand-new store and let the world know you’re the one to ask where to eat

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Welcome to Diner Land

Enter the world of Americana. Of vinyl booths and bottomless coffee. Of late-night pancakes and all-hours hot dogs. Of all-ages dining and no-frills service. Of chrome trim and cash-only.

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Eater Gets Hitched

From canapes to cakes, your ultimate guide to throwing (and attending) the most delicious wedding ever

Where to Eat in 2023

We’re taking our time while traveling this year.

Holding Ourselves as Food Media Accountable

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