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  1. the other critics
    Here Are Bon Appétit’s 50 Best New Restaurants in AmericaFour New York City restaurants made the cut.
  2. The Grub Street Diet
    Glamour’s Cindi Leive Eats Eggs With Her Kids, Caprese With Kerry“I told myself that it was a really cute little European lunch, but really it was just leftovers.”
  3. App-etizers
    Good-bye, Gourmet LiveGourmet.com to carry on the magazine’s legacy.
  4. Mediavore
    Sly Stone Living on Food Donations; Chains Turn Their Backs on BoozeDespite potential profits, a Cabernet just doesn’t pair well with a value meal.
  5. Mediavore
    Peapod Makes Web-Based Grocery Sales Available; Baobab Poised to Replace Acai asPlus: City Tavern can’t find a tenant; and chains find serving booze a tough sell, all in our morning news roundup.
  6. The Grub Street Diet
    Epicurious Editor-in-Chief Tanya Steel Wakes Up to Her Husband’s“We use an inexpensive Italian espresso pot and Lavazza coffee, and he wakes me up with a latte every morning.”
  7. FYI
    Yes, There Were a Bunch of Famous People at Last Night’s ‘BonAnd they all had food on the mind, naturally.
  8. Other Magazines
    Adam Rapoport Discusses the New ‘Bon Appétit’“If you change a magazine too much, you risk pissing off a lot of your readers. If you don’t change it enough, you don’t give the press enough to write about.”
  9. Other Magazines
    Another Gourmet Special Edition Hits Newsstands Today — Will You’Gourmet Italian Kitchen’ continues the ‘Gourmet’ special-edition series.
  10. The Grub Street Diet
    Bon Appétit EIC Adam Rapoport Is Very Picky About His Sandwiches,“I’m kind of an avocado fiend. They’re like nature’s butter.”
  11. Other Magazines
    And the New Editor of Bon Appétit Will Be Adam RapoportA ‘GQ’ style editor will head up the troubled culinary mag.
  12. Other Magazines
    Yet More Masthead Changes at Bon Appétit (Updated)The vice president and publisher of the company’s food brands is out.
  13. Following Up
    Where Are They Now? The Gourmet Masthead, One Year LaterWe follow up on the defunct magazine’s masthead.
  14. Mediavore
    The Obamas Beat on Beets; Kelis Plans a CookbookThe President and First Lady don’t care for a Slavic staple and a singer hopes her new tome will bring all the foodies to her yard.
  15. Other Magazines
    Will Gourmet Make a Comeback?As a “custom magazine”?
  16. Other Magazines
    Gourmet, the Magazine of Good CollectorsThe last twelve issues of Gourmet now cost $100.
  17. Other Magazines
    Bon App’s Barbara Fairchild is a Food PopulistThe editor of ‘Bon Appetit’ embraces all flavors.
  18. Other Magazines
    Bon Appétit Shrinks As Food Network Magazine GrowsAfter killing ‘Gourmet’, Condé is said to have cut staff at ‘Bon Appétit.’
  19. Bookshelf
    No Royalties for RuthWho profits off of the new ‘Gourmet’ cookbook?
  20. Mediavore
    Reichl Plans Life After Gourmet; Annisa Reopens Next MonthPlus, Burger King gets a new look, the newest ladies-man chef, and more, in our daily news roundup.
  21. Other Magazines
    Gourmet Will Fold After Almost 70 YearsCondé Nast pulls the plug on the beloved magazine.
  22. Mediavore
    Supermarkets Educate Butchers; Local Chefs Work Around BlightPlus: Graydon Carter slums in the cafeteria, and counterfeit wine in Italy, all in our morning news roundup.
  23. Openings
    Monkey Bar: The Next Waverly?For now, at least, that seems to be the case.
  24. NewsFeed
    Hearst, MSN Venture to Challenge EpicuriousWill new and bigger trump older and deeper?
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Rayuela Brings More Brunch to the LESDumbo/Fulton Ferry: Friday night at Rebar promises “free partial-nude drawing.” [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Simone on First Avenue is closed, but let’s pray not for good. [Down by the Hipster] Lower East Side: Rayuela has launched a weekend brunch with arepas and poached eggs, churros and Mayan chocolate, and guanabana mimosas plus live salsa music Sundays. [Grub Street] Midtown West: Just when you thought he’d had enough of the limelight, Rocco DiSpirito will be the guest chef tomorrow at the Condé Nast cafeteria. [Eater] Times Square: Ruby Tuesday will sidle up next to Red Lobster but may fare better with New York diners thanks to “fully upholstered chairs.” [Lost City] Williamsburg: New fro-yo destination /eks/ whips up fresh organic yogurt and incorporates recycling holes into its cartoon-covered walls. [Gridskipper]
  26. Mediavore
    The Pearl Oyster Suit Not Just About Lobster Rolls; Salman and Padma FinallyThere’s more to the Pearl Oyster Bar suit than the poaching of lobster-roll recipes or wainscoting; Rebecca Charles accuses Ed McFarland of what amounts to corporate espionage. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Related: Ed’s Lobster Bar to Pearl Oyster Bar: Step Off! It’s finally official: Salman Rushdie and Padma Lakshmi are bust-o. A source close to both suggests two of the possible reasons: Rushdie is “totally self-centered,” and Lakshmi “incredibly dull.” [Daily India] PDT’s combination of conspicuous secrecy and promotional exertion is basically ridiculous. “It kind of gives you the idea that you’re the only one who knows about a place. But once you look around and are like, ‘What are all these people from New Jersey doing here?’ — obviously, you’re not.” [NYP]