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Chris Crowley

  1. food television
    Seriously, Why Does This Gordon Ramsay Show Exist?Does the world really need a travel show starring Gordon Ramsay?
  2. lifestyle advice
    It’s Time to Try a G&T-PlusYes, there is a way to make a gin-and-tonic ever-so-slightly better.
  3. hell yeah
    The Frye Fest Is the Summer Festival America DeservesWho wouldn’t love “an immersive fried potato festival”?
  4. culinary education
    The Culinary Institute of America Starts Scholarship in Anthony Bourdain’s NameIt will support students in their studies abroad.
  5. meh
    Where Does Au Cheval Go From Here?What happens when critics take issue with a restaurant’s core concept?
  6. food media
    The Oral History of Serious EatsHow a cash-strapped start-up became the internet’s food-nerd utopia.
  7. openings
    The New East Wind Snack Shop Serves a Rarely Seen Chinese SweetDragon’s beard candy is being made at the dumpling shop’s third location.
  8. the grub street diet
    Author Taffy Brodesser-Akner Loves a Good Breakfast Salad“It makes me feel like a million bucks.”
  9. openings
    A Secret Downtown Star, This Chef Will Get a New Forum for His TalentEfrén Hernández quietly took over hot-spot-gone-cold Mimi, and now the team is expanding with Babs.
  10. hm
    Kraft Debuts New ‘Salad Frosting,’ Daring America’s Parents to Simply Give UpThis country had a good run, folks.
  11. openings
    Find Sunny Vibes, Killer Lamb Ribs, and ‘Grandma Kitschiness’ at ApolloniaThe new Mediterranean restaurant from the Walter Foods crew opens in East Williamsburg.
  12. closings
    The Power Lunch Is Officially DeadThe Four Seasons will close for good, less than a year after reopening.
  13. reopenings
    Everything You Need to Know About the All-new PastisKeith McNally’s seminal bistro reopens this weekend — can it possibly recapture the magic of the original?
  14. the grub street diet
    Designer Sandy Liang Pairs Ramen With Rom-Coms“Keanu is so hot!”
  15. interviews
    How Jon Favreau and Roy Choi Turned Their Cooking Hangs Into a New Netflix Show“It’s more ‘dinner party in the back of the house.’”
  16. closings
    One of New York’s Best Mexican Spots Will CloseMiscelania’s last day of business is June 16.
  17. remembrances
    Anthony Bourdain, Addiction, and the Hope for a Better LifeA year after his death, Bourdain’s story of recovery can still inspire.
  18. remembrances
    The Food World Is Mourning New Orleans Icon Leah ChaseThe Dooky Chase’s chef died this Saturday at the age of 96.
  19. celebrations
    Eric Ripert and José Andrés Designate June 25 As Bourdain DayThey’re asking people to share tributes and memory.
  20. food agenda
    12 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This JuneYour food agenda for the month.
  21. the grub street diet
    Jiro Director David Gelb Dreams of Pizza“Legendary pizza for both breakfast and lunch — not bad.”
  22. openings
    Thai Chicken Rice Gets the Star Treatment at GaiGai is the latest restaurant to specialize in the dish.
  23. grub guides
    10 Hidden Restaurants and Bars for Secret Sushi and Clandestine CocktailsBasement party spaces and restaurants in condos.
  24. the grub street diet
    Physicist Brian Greene Has Mushrooms on the Mind“It has a wonderful blending of flavors, the sweetness and sour, with a very delicately fried coating.”
  25. lawsuits
    Mario Batali Faces Criminal Charges in BostonHe will be arraigned in court tomorrow.
  26. why
    Remember Icing Bros? Somehow Smirnoff Made It WorseJust make a spritz instead!
  27. crumbling empires
    Jamie Oliver’s U.K. Restaurant Empire CollapsesIt could mean the loss of upwards of 1,000 jobs.
  28. openings
    Vegetables Become Vehicles for Luxury at Le JardinierChef Alain Verzeroli steps out on his own after two decades’ work under the acclaimed Joël Robuchon.
  29. lists
    Here Are Food & Wine’s Best New Restaurants of the YearAdda and Frenchette made the cut.
  30. one last hoorah
    The Vendys, New York’s Great Celebration of Street Food, Will End This Year“We kind of feel, honestly, that the Vendys have mostly accomplished, if you will, what we set out to do 15 years ago.”
  31. retirement
    Robert Parker Has Rated His Last Big, Boozy BordeauxHe’s been an industry tastemaker, if a controversial one, for decades.
  32. the grub street diet
    Podcasting Star Phoebe Judge Eavesdrops at Dinner“I sat by myself and spent most of the time listening to a father try to get his two teenage daughters to have a good time.”
  33. mergers and acquisitions
    American Express Is Buying ResyIt’s a big boost in the platform’s fight against OpenTable.
  34. diner life
    America’s Most Exciting New Diner Is in Upstate New YorkA Michelin-caliber chef is slinging hash and homemade Reubens in the Hudson Valley.
  35. closings
    Two of New York’s Most Ambitious Restaurants Have ClosedTeo and Günter Seeger NY are no more.
  36. the grub street diet
    Munchies’ Farideh Sadeghin Is a Regular at Her Local Slice Joint“I like to go in there and talk shit with Massimo, the owner.”
  37. hot take cold cocktail
    Entire Internet Agrees Aperol Spritz Is, in Fact, GoodA new Times takedown causes the world to rally.
  38. food fashion
    How Sneaker Collabs Became the Ultimate Chef FlexAny restaurant can sell its own shirt.
  39. eggs eggs eggs
    In Praise of the 10-Egg BreakfastThe unsung diner classic.
  40. food tv
    Check Out the Trailer for Season 3 of Nailed It!The show returns on May 17.
  41. openings
    Michaeli Bakery Is New York’s Brand-New Pastry DestinationA Breads Bakery alum offers Moroccan doughnuts, pizza bourekas, meringue cakes, and, yes, some very good babka.
  42. clösjings
    Magnus Nilsson Will Close the Acclaimed Fäviken RestaurantThe chef is going to tend to some apple trees.
  43. the grub street diet
    Photographer Liz Barclay Knows Where to Find the Best Breakfast Sandwich in L.A.“This sandwich is sex.”
  44. food television
    Chrissy Teigen and David Chang Are Making Food TV for HuluNot just one show, but a slew of them.
  45. food agenda
    14 Excellent Things to Eat, Drink, and Do in New York City This MayYour food agenda for the month.
  46. openings
    A New Brooklyn Bar Is Dedicated to California WinesAt Coast and Valley, every Pinot noir and sauvignon blanc comes from the Golden State.
  47. food labor
    What You Need to Know About This Troubling New Hazelnut ReportYour Nutella comes at the expense of exploited Syrian refugees.
  48. plant-based
    Burger King’s Impossible Whoppers Will Roll Out NationwideAre these high-tech veggie burgers the future of fast food?
  49. lists
    Here Are the Winners of the 2019 James Beard Foundation Media AwardsIncluding New York!
  50. debit or credit
    Cash-Free Cafés and Restaurants Are Starting to Get the HintThe salad chain Sweetgreen announced it will accept cash at all locations by the end of this year.
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