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Got Milk? You'll Need It For Heritage Radio's Cereal Serial

Grab your favorite box, tune in to one crunchy show
Feb 20, 2015 10:00 am

Quick! What is/was your favorite cereal? Gross, Frankenberry? Really? It's okay, though, it doesn't matter what it is/was. It matters that you had one you just thought about, so it's no surprise and a timely delight that Thrillist editorial director and author-about-town Ben Robinson has taken to the airwaves, hosting and producing Heritage Radio's crunchy new show, "Cereal." Pick up a spoon and dive in.

Boston Magazine Dedicates An Issue To The City's Sandwich Excellence

The sandwich scene in Beantown is strong
Feb 2, 2015 1:00 pm

Sandwiches might not be the first food item to come to mind when thinking of Boston. Upon closer examination, this declaration shouldn’t exactly come as a surprise: Philly is famous for its cheesesteaks, Nola has the po’boy, Maine slings the best lobster rolls and the Big Apple’s legendary delis are like no other. And yet Beantown has managed to assemble a sandwich scene as impressive as it is diverse. Boston magazine has taken notice and devoted its February issue to discussing the city’s best subs, melts, tortas and various creations from around the globe.

The Lucky Peach Website Just Launched And You Must Check It Out

Quarterly magazine now has a home on the Internet
Jan 13, 2015 10:53 am

We’ve long been fans of Lucky Peach, the glossy magazine founded by chef David Chang and his cookbook collaborator Peter Meehan. San Francisco cook-turned-tuxedo dieter Chris Ying has steered the ship nicely as Editor-In-Chief. We like the magazine a lot, which is published as a quarterly, because it really comes at things with a point-of-view: smart, insidery, worldly. As if you were hanging out in the Momofuku offices.  

Eater Restaurant Critic Bill Addison Releases List Of 38 Good Ones. We Approve.

Nine months of insane eating produced a fine list
Jan 8, 2015 4:30 pm

Since April 2014, Eater restaurant critic Bill Addison enjoyed (read: endured) 263 meals in 29 American cities. That’s nine months of near-constant travel, trips to the gym, Photoshop sessions, late-night writing sessions, airport lounge writing sessions, and a whole lot of time sitting in restaurants. The result is a fine list of 38 to visit.

10 Recipes You're Probably Googling Right Now

That's right, we know you need a meatloaf recipe
Dec 16, 2014 4:00 pm

You may have seen our post earlier today on the top Googled recipes and cocktails of 2014. To absolutely nobody's surprise, chicken recipes are at the top of the list, followed closely by meatloaf, banana bread, pancakes and chili recipes. First, let us just say: branch out, folks. But if chicken's really what you're after (and statistically, it is), here are 10 recipes tailored for the search engine junkie in all of us. 

Seamless Roulette Is Exactly What It Sounds Like

Like Chatroulette, but with fewer boners, more food
Oct 8, 2014 9:00 am

Simply input your Seamless username and password (uh...), then, since you clearly trust the internet with your life, pick a maximum amount to spend and let fate order for you. You could end up with something perfectly normal that, to your delight, you actually haven't had in a while. Then again, you could receive something terrible. It's take-out. Is the delivery community ready for Seamless Roulette?

The Death Of The Printed Cookbook?

Alta Editions wants to bury in a deep grave. Sorta.
Sep 22, 2014 2:00 pm

The editors of online publishers Alta Editions contend that in the year 2014, producing something “unconventional” online might sound kind of funny. But that is exactly what they have in the works with their latest project, a collaborative digital cookbook featuring three chefs we know well at Food Republic: Jesse Schenker (Recette, The Gander), Jehangir Mehta (Graffiti, Mehtaphor) and Francisco Migoya (Modernist Cuisine). You can help them out on Kickstarter.

In Search Of 'True Cannabis Cuisine,' Vogue Critic Gets 'Incomprehensibly High'

Marijuana makes James Beard winner less insightful
Sep 9, 2014 3:15 pm

What happens when Vogue assigns James Beard Award-winning food critic Jeffrey Steingarten to rediscover the joys of cooking with marijuana? Not a lot of cooking, it turns out. We sort through his rambling report so you don't have to.


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