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South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone Are Buying Casa Bonita, but for What?

‘The White Lotus’ Shows What Happens When Service Workers Are Pushed Over the Edge

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‘Roadrunner’ and the Dismal Search for the ‘Real Bourdain’

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Searching for Meaning in Nicolas Cage’s Truffle Flick, ‘Pig’

The Michael Sarnoski film about a former chef searching for his truffle-hunting pig is tonally inconsistent and narratively incoherent

A Heated Discussion About ‘Pig,’ the Movie of the Summer

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All About ‘Pig’: the Nicolas Cage Movie About Truffles, Chefs, and a Stolen Pig

The Pig in ‘Pig’ Is Named Brandy, and Other Key Details from Nicolas Cage’s GQ Interview

Nicolas Cage Brings Home the Rave-Review Bacon in ‘Pig’

‘He’s Nicolas Fucking Cage’: A Short Conversation with the Consulting Chef of ‘Pig’

Here’s the Trailer for Nic Cage’s Truffle Pig Kidnapping Movie ‘Pig’

‘Wolfgang’ and the Enduring (Tired) Allure of the Genius Male Chef

New Trailer for Anthony Bourdain Documentary ‘Roadrunner’ Drops

Can You Guess Which of These Ridiculous Food Network Shows Are Real?

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In ‘Crying in H Mart,’ Michelle Zauner Cooks Through Grief

In the new memoir from the musician behind Japanese Breakfast, Korean food provides a link to family and identity following her mother’s death

The Stars of Netflix’s ‘Waffles + Mochi’ Make the New Show a Delightful Watch

Samin Nosrat, Preeti Mistry, Bricia Lopez, and Pía León on making Michelle Obama’s new, puppet-filled cooking show

Netflix’s ‘Nadiya Bakes’ Is the Antidote We Need for Lockdown Sameness

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‘The Truffle Hunters’ Will Pique Your Appetite and Push You to Dig a Little Deeper

The bucolic documentary, out today, follows truffle hunters and their canine companions in Piedmont, Italy

Michelle Obama’s ‘Waffles + Mochi,’ a Culinary Kids Show, Will Premiere March 16 on Netflix

The Soothing Bento YouTube Videos That Will Inspire You to Get Back in the Kitchen

Imamu Room’s weekly bento-making ritual is my new, calming source of inspiration

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How Our Favorite People (Outside the Restaurant World) Ate in 2020

Annie Murphy, Maya Erskine, Paul Feig, Big Freedia, and more answered all our questions about their year in eating

The McDonald’s Commercials That Live in Our Minds, Rent Free

The ads of the late 1970s and ’80s were so a part of the culture that they didn’t even feel like advertising

I’m So Over Brands

What I need is to sit in a dive bar with my friends without risking COVID-19, not a Lifetime extended commercial about KFC’s Colonel Sanders

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Mario Lopez Stars as KFC’s Sexy Colonel Sanders in Lifetime ‘Mini Movie’

A Restaurateur Reluctantly Becomes a Civil Rights Leader in Steve McQueen’s Brilliant ‘Mangrove’

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America’s Dive Bars Are Among Those Hit Hardest by Alex Trebek’s Death

The dive tradition of watching ‘Jeopardy!’ over beers and shots will end with Trebek’s final episode on December 25

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The Anime Show Where People’s Clothes Fly Off When They Eat Delicious Food

"Food Wars!" is a reminder that sometimes the only proper reaction to a good meal is a foodgasm

Why People Are Mad at Alton Brown and Why Alton Brown Is Mad at Newsweek, Explained

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‘Great British Bake Off’ Doesn’t Feel the Same Anymore

Typically a soothing balm, "Bake Off" has oddly made 2020 more chaotic

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The Lack of Flavor in ‘Emily in Paris’ Is Only Emphasized by Its Meals

Among the Netflix series’s set pieces are a boulangerie, a brasserie, and a bistro, which represent Paris as artlessly as the show’s American protagonist

Everyone’s Obsessed With the Hilarious, Horrifying Cake Busts From ‘The Great British Bake Off’

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‘Pen15’ Season 2 Celebrates the Grosser Features of Middle School Snacks

I Really Hope These Rumors About Rihanna’s Tableware Collection Are True

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In Quarantine Cooking Show ‘Selena + Chef,’ Selena Gomez Is Fryin’, Fryin’, Fryin’

The singer-actress gets socially distant culinary lessons from chefs in her new HBO Max series

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The Joy of Not Cooking

When I most miss watching chefs cook, I turn to YouTube food blogger Sisi Yemmie

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‘Street Food: Latin America’ Explores the Lives of Vendor All-Stars When Travel Is Impossible

The second season of the Netflix series delves into the lives of food vendors in Bolivia, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, and beyond

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