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Eater Austin’s Tips for Getting the Most Out of SXSW 2023

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Where to Eat Near Every Stadium During Major League Baseball Spring Training in Arizona

Butter Is Back and Better Than Ever

Whether you want to make a butter board, bake a batch of cookies, or reach for the European-style spread, there’s a lot to know about butter

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Where to Eat at the F1 Grand Prix 2022 in Austin

A Guide to Lay’s Chinese Potato Chips

Veggie Dogs Have Come a Long Way (Sort Of)

From Beyond Meat to Field Roast, Impossible Foods to Morningstar Farms and Tofurky, ranking vegetarian-friendly hot dogs, from best to worst

The Absolute Best (and Sometimes Worst) Vegan Ice Cream

We tried 17 kinds of vegan ice creams so you don’t have to

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An Eater’s Guide to the Connecticut Shoreline

Skip overpriced areas like the Hamptons and Cape Cod, and spend your summer with Connecticut’s beachside clam shacks, throwback ice cream parlors, and classic apizza places

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An Eater’s Guide to Getaria, the Tiny Spanish Capital of Grilled Fish

Bilbao and San Sebastián get lots of culinary love, but wedged in between is Getaria, Basque Country’s under-appreciated wonderland of grilled seafood

The Ultimate Guide to Chinese Soy Sauce

From dark to light, regular to sweet, soy sauce is much more than a condiment. So how do you figure out what’s what?

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The Ultimate Guide to Sandwich Breads

Without the bread, a sandwich is nothing but a charcuterie board; a lost pile of meat, cheese, toppings, and spreads

The Ultimate Guide to Japanese Chips

The best potato chips, potato sticks, and other chip-like snacks to stock your snack shelf

The Ultimate Guide to Aperitifs

From bittersweet to botanical, there’s an appetite-stimulating aperitif out there for everyone in this growing category

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An Eater’s Guide to the Canadian Rockies

Set in 9,000 miles of pristine parkland, the restaurants of the Canadian Rockies reflect abundant natural resources like wild elk, Saskatoon berries, and fresh trout

The Ultimate Guide to Colombian Snacks

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An Eater’s Guide to Megève, the Food-Obsessed Ski Town in the French Alps

From Michelin-starred mountain cuisine to late-night après-ski parties with culinary TikTok stars, here’s where to eat in the glitzy Alpine hot spot

The Ultimate Guide to Premade Ingredients

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The Ultimate Guide to Tequila

Are you a silver, reposado, or an añejo kind of drinker?

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The Best Canned Wines to Drink on Those Particularly Warm Days

From a peachy piquette to spritz-style rosé, these are the cans you should reach for

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A Starter Guide to Buying and Storing Vinegar

From apple cider vinegar to white vinegar, here’s what you need to know to stock your pantry

The Ultimate Guide to Barbecue Sauces

From classic original, to brown sugar-based, to teriyaki, these are the sweetest, spiciest, and smokiest sauces to have in your pantry 

The Ultimate Guide to Chile Crisps

European Pre-Lent Pastries Are the Perfect Cure for February

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The Ultimate Guide to Turkish Snacks

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The Ultimate Guide to Chinese Supermarket Snacks

17 must-grab snacks, from rice crackers to boba creamsicles

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The Ultimate Guide to Fruity, Milky, and Other Specialty Soft Drinks

Unsure what to get in the drinks aisle of an international grocery store? Consider these.

The Absolutely Essential Restaurants in 24 Eater Cities

You Should Definitely Eat Spaghetti in Japan

If you’ve only slurped ramen and udon, you’re missing a whole world of umami-rich, Italian-inspired, wafu — or Japanese-style — pasta perfection

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The Definitive Guide to Tipping at Any Restaurant in America

Start by making your default 20 percent everywhere — yes, even there

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In Jakarta’s Kalimati Alley, Chinese-Indonesian Flavors Thrive

The street, a once-hopping hub for electronics, is now better known as a culinary destination

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America’s 38 Essential Restaurants

The fine dining stunners, neighborhood charmers, and regional vanguards that show us who we are and how we eat

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The 24 Best Chocolate Shops in America

Where to find colorful, hand-painted bonbons, mosaic-like candy bars, and exceptional single-origin chocolates

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