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Eater Essays

Eat a Burrito About It

A Tale of Two Kebabs

Who’s Afraid of a Spatchcocked Chicken?

While a student at Cambridge, novelist C Pam Zhang found that squeamishness around meat is embedded into the English language — and by extension, Western attitudes towards the realities of meat

The Limits of the Lunchbox Moment

Not all children of immigrants grew up embarrassed about their food, but pop culture convinced them they should be

Congee Is the Ultimate Comfort Food

How America Killed Soy Milk

Why I Don't Like to Talk About 'Third Wave' Coffee

The Cosmo, Reconsidered

We're Living in the Golden Age of American Ginger Beer

A Brief History of America's Favorite Beer Companion, the Koozie

How The Pegu Club Connects Contemporary Cocktail Culture With Southeast Asia's Past

An Unlikely Flower Conjures Christmas in July

How Chefs Brought Jura Wine to the United States

Getting to Know the Brandy Snifter, the High Brow Glass for Everyone

On the Hunt for Myanmar's Elusive Toddy Palm Wine

Brunch Cocktails Are Getting a Much Needed Facelift