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  1. comfort food
    As the World Burns, Restaurants Double Down on Warmth“It’s our job to feed you something that reminds you of better times in the world.”
  2. pasta primers
    Get to Know This Season’s Hottest New Pasta ShapeCaramelle is obscure, playful, and a sudden favorite of New York’s cutting-edge Italian chefs.
  3. where to eat 2018
    13 Dining Trends We Don’t Want to See in 2018Really expensive restaurants, clickbait dishes, domineering-male-dominated kitchens, and more.
  4. How Chefs Are Celebrating Culinary Connections Between Italy and East AsiaAround the country, a new kind of fusion cuisine has emerged that combines the flavors of Italy, China, and Japan.
  5. where to eat
    8 Dining Trends We’re Tired OfTicketed restaurant reservations, absurdist cocktail names, chef-backstory narratives, and more.
  6. oy
    RIP, Matcha, the Ancient Delicacy That America Has RuinedIt’s now inside beer, babka, chicken liver, and beauty products.
  7. Seafood
    Can Fish Supplies Keep Up With Poke’s Growing Popularity?The resource-intensive dish is poised to become a major trend — and that could be problematic for the top-of-the-line fish often used to make it.
  8. Comebacks
    Clearly Canadian’s Triumphant Comeback Hits a Snag, and Fans Are UpsetThe first shipments finally went out this month, but tens of thousands of orders have remained unfulfilled.
  9. Hotness
    The New Black: How Charcoal Became the Latest Hot IngredientA staple of the medical and beauty worlds is creeping on to the trendiest menus in town.
  10. Trendlet
    New Flames: Why Cooking With Wood Is the Hottest Trend in TownFrom Salvation Burger to Jams, it looks like just about every chef in town is going to be cooking in, over, or around a roaring wood fire this fall.
  11. Comebacks
    Prepare Yourself for Crystal Pepsi’s ComebackIt’s a full-on ‘90s-soda revival.
  12. Edible Straws
    Has America Run Out of Foods to Turn Into Straws?Experts in the field think so.
  13. Interviews
    How Clearly Canadian’s Surprising Comeback Actually HappenedThe transparent soft-drink will launch a second round of crowdfunding before hitting store shelves next year.
  14. Comebacks
    Original NY Seltzer and Clearly Canadian ReturnCan a Crystal Pepsi revamp be far behind?
  15. Bone Broth
    How the Bone Broth Debate Boiled Over So SuddenlyIs it really the next great health food, or merely some marketing sleight of hand designed to sell a simple ingredient for a few dollars more?
  16. Trends
    Scrapple Is Having a Serious Moment Right NowAll killer, lots of filler.
  17. Trends
    Blazing a Lumpia Trail: Filipino Cuisine Finds a Foothold in New YorkIt seems New Yorkers are finally ready for this food, which has long languished in the shadow of Thai, Indian, Chinese, and other Asian standbys.
  18. Spirits
    Slideshow: Vermouth’s Bittersweet RevengeThe belated renaissance of the spirit world’s most maligned mixer.
  19. Trends
    Gag Order: What It’s Like to Eat a Totally Silent Dinner at a RestaurantA look at the latest dining fad.
  20. Health Concerns
    Alternative-Flour Power: Gluten-Free Food Enters the Fine-Dining MainstreamIt might be a made-up health craze, but that’s not preventing chefs from making gluten-free food that’s actually pretty good.
  21. Trends
    BLD’s Mariah Swan Shares A Recipe For Southern BiscuitsThe pastry chef recreates White Lily flour for a true taste of The South.
  22. Grub Guides
    7 Swell New Spring Cocktails From S.F.’s Better BarsWe tour the bar scene and offer some recommendations.
  23. Bookshelf
    Femivores vs. Feminists: Let the Debate BeginA new book argues that the current food movement is triggering a kind of backslide in the way women assume responsibility for the kitchen and home.
  24. Booze You Can Use
    The Latest Trend in Cocktails: Kale and Spinach?Also avocado, and arugula.
  25. Oeno-File
    Five Hip-Hop Lines That Made Moscato HugeMoscato drinking appears to be driving growth in domestic wine sales overall, and we trace its rise to popularity via hip-hop lyrics.
  26. Trends
    Tired of Ten-Minute Cocktails? There Are Plenty of Quick But Cool Options NowAnd praise be, we’ve waited long enough.
  27. Menus
    Truffles and Caviar Quite Prevalent on Local High-End MenusSee, it’s a word cloud.
  28. Funnies
    Fact: San Franciscans Have Many, Many Dietary Special NeedsThe Bold Italic explores them. All of them.
  29. Kids Who Cook
    Our Celebrated Kid Chefs Just Keep Getting YoungerNow there’s an eleven year-old food blogger making a splash in the headlines.
  30. Trends
    Soda Consumption Lowest It’s Been in Two Decades; Companies Respond byPer capita soda consumption in the U.S. is now down to 1987 levels.
  31. Trends
    Chiarello to Serve Passed Apps at Coqueta, in a Dim-Sum StyleSound familiar?
  32. Slideshow
    The 17 Craziest Foods Found at Natural Products Expo West 2013Will White Girl Salsa, pre-natal Gatorade, and bee-less honey become the trends of the future?
  33. Trends
    New York New Wave: The Manhattan Bistro Moves Beyond BalthazarAfter years of trattorias, farm-to-table American fare, and foraged Nordic food, New York is in the midst of a French revolution.
  34. Oeno-File
    Bordeaux Is So Out It’s Back In AgainNo one ever thought it was possible, but the Bordelais are now begging for attention from the wine cognoscenti.
  35. Trends
    Sausage and Beer Are Trending in Oakland With Telegraph and Hog’sAfter Rosamunde, the deluge.
  36. Coming Soon
    Vegan Food Gets Real: Tal Ronnen Adding Crossroads To The Growing Scene OfHis new venture comes on the heels of other chef-driven, plant-based concepts opening that also serve cocktails.
  37. Mikey Doesn't Like It
    Bauer Is Not On Board With the No-Reservations Generation, But He May Need to BeThe trend toward wait lists at smaller, popular restaurants may not please the Bauers of the world, but it hardly matters if the crowds are already there.
  38. Quote of the Day
    Joshua Skenes Has a Thing or Two to Say About the Tasting Menu Debate“No one says, ‘Hey you son of a bitch, you better come to my restaurant now.’ People can go where they please.”
  39. Bars
    Breaking: Apparently Speakeasy-Style Bars Are Having a MomentNo doubt the city’s craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday’s news.
  40. Loco For Locavores
    The Southland Scrambles to Make Room For Your Backyard ChickensSeveral cities are overturning bans on domesticated poultry.
  41. Mixocalypse
    Cocktails on Tap Drafted By Eveleigh and The ChurchillThe trend is just now making its way to L.A. from New York and Chicago and saves drinkers the fussy prep act.
  42. Trends
    Where to Get Batched Cocktails on TapThere are now two at Jasper’s, and one at Grand Cafe, with likely more on the way.
  43. Booze You Can Use
    Now There’s Mexican FernetIt’s called Fernet-Vallet, and they use it like bitters around Mexico City.
  44. Trends
    Kale Chips, New-School Sodas Both Huge at Fancy Food ShowThis year in snack and fancy beverage trends.
  45. Oeno-File
    Orange Wine Already Over, Say Two Wine WritersBefore the majority of wine drinkers have even heard of orange wine, two wine writers are already tired of the wine world fad.
  46. Trends
    The Latest Trend in Los Angeles Dining: Child ChefsFirst a fourteen-year-old doing a pop-up, and now a twelve-year-old.
  47. Trends
    Now a Twelve Year-Old is Going to Cook You DinnerWe’re getting dangerously close to someone sticking a wooden spoon in their infant’s hand and calling it a pop-up.
  48. Trends
    Yet Another Crawfish Place Headed For the RichmondThere are now at least five of these Vietnamese-by-way-of-Louisiana places around town.
  49. Trends
    Ten Ways Dining in S.F. Changed in 2012Our year-end round up of notable food trends, and the like.
  50. Slideshow
    10 Ways Dining Changed in L.A. in 2012Forbidden ingredients, restaurants returning from the grave, and a major critical shakeup. Some trends and go, but these developments are more than likely here to stay.
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