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Taste Of The Nation

  1. Foodies With Benefits
    What You Missed at Taste of the NationLachman tells Grub he’s opening Noord in a little more than a week.
  2. Chef Shuffle
    ‘Retirement’ Proves Elusive for Chefs David Katz and Jonathan AdamsThe two are coming out of retirement in the days and weeks ahead for pop-ups, charitable events and dinners.
  3. Leftovers
    4/20 Brings Beer-B-Que and Grateful Dead Tribute Band to City Tap House; BarsPlus Federal Donuts on “The Chew”; and Pub & Kitchen reopens.
  4. Foodievents
    Share Our Strength’s City Grit Dinner Party Auction Lineup Will Blow YourBasically the coolest dinner ever is up for auction here.
  5. Guest Stars
    Mission Chinese Chef Coming to Taste of the NationDanny Bowien’s inclusion could be enough to entice guests into the VIP area.
  6. Foodies With Benefits
    Taste of the Nation to Bring David Katz Back to the KitchenThe former Meme chef-owner is slipping back into his whites for one night.
  7. Foodies With Benefits
    Keep On Giving: Memphis Taproom Accepting All Kinds of Donations on Boxing DayProceeds form beer sales are also being donated to charity.
  8. Chef Shuffle
    David Katz Trading His Apron For a Sales Gig; Named Chef Chair For Taste of theThough he’s exiting the kitchen, he will always remain a chef.
  9. Events
    Still Tickets Available For Tonight’s Taste of the NationSupport Share Our Strength at tonight’s Taste of the Nation Chicago.
  10. Slideshows
    What You Missed at Taste of the Nation L.A.With a shared mission, L.A.’s chefs raised the stakes for great dishes at tasting events.
  11. Blehtacular
    Umami Unveils The ‘Pink Slime Burger’The burger uses chicken liver mousse and “spray jelly.”
  12. Foodies With Benefits
    Who’s Cooking at Taste of the Nation L.A., June 10 at The LotNew restaurants joining the 40-plus participants include Pigg, Cook’s County, and ink.sack.
  13. Foodievents
    Five Fun FoodieventsThe season is ramping up!
  14. Foodies With Benefits
    Share Our Strength Hosts ‘No Kid Hungry Happy Hour’ at Square 1682The big event isn’t until May, but in the meantime, you can help out by heading to this happy hour.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Spice Market Spices Up Its Prix Fixe Lunch for Spring; BBC America CookingPlus: Taste of the Nation, ramps at Landmarc, and more neighborhood news.
  16. Foodievents
    Taste of the Nation to Auction Crack-Pie Class, Refrigerator Makeover With SamWe’ve gotten an early look at the awesome prize lineup.
  17. Truckin’
    Sample Stephanie Izard’s Merguez Naanwich Today at NoonIzard designed her own naanwich for the ride.
  18. Foodievents
    Matt Maroni and Jared Van Camp Kick-Off Taste of the Nation’s ‘Chef Ride-a-Long’Even if you don’t get tickets, this is probably worth checking out.
  19. Foodies With Benefits
    Get The First Crack at Michael Voltaggio’s Omakase at ink.The acclaimed chef is auctioning off an elaborate preview dinner for eight at this weekend’s Taste of The Nation.
  20. Foodies With Benefits
    Bowling, Punch, and ‘Crackheads’ Hit The Spare Room TonightAnother day and another rollicking benefit for Taste of the Nation.
  21. Foodies With Benefits
    Hatfield’s Warms Up For Taste of The Nation TonightIf discounted event tickets don’t bring you there, duck confit crepes and deviled quail eggs with smoked trout could do the trick.
  22. Foodies With Benefits
    Free Cupcakes and Wine For Share Our Strength at SimonLA TonightChef Kerry Simon will be there to rock out with the crowd.
  23. Foodies with Benefits
    Taste of the Nation Brings Early Tastes of Short Order, ink., and FonutsSome of 2011’s most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.
  24. Foodievents
    Behold Smuggler’s Cove’s Latest Party Trick, the Punch VolcanoWe hope to see more of these Tiki-appropriate pyrotechnics.
  25. Foodies With Benefits
    What You’ll Be Eating and Drinking at Taste of the Nation, If You Buy aThe annual benefit for Share Our Strength happens Thursday evening, April 7.
  26. Foodievents
    Jennifer Carroll and Share Our Strength Host Taste of the Nation TonightThe fundraiser helps kids that face hunger.
  27. Slideshow
    What You Ate at Taste of the NationDrool over dishes from some of Boston’s top chefs.
  28. Foodievents
    Taste Over Fifty Boston Restaurants at Taste of the NationEveryone from Frank McClelland to Gordon Hamersley will be present and accounted for at the annual charity shindig.
  29. Foodievents
    A Taste of Taste of the NationThe fundraiser for hunger relief in photos
  30. Freebies
    Reminder: Win Tickets to Taste of the Nation!Win tickets to the foodie fundraiser
  31. Contests
    Our SOS/TOTN Contest WinnersThe best childhood food story we’ve heard this week.
  32. Foodievents
    Win Free Tickets to Taste of the Nation!Enter to win free tickets to Share Our Strength’s tasting fundraiser
  33. Foodievents
    Tonight: Schmooze for Charity at Hub 51Tonight’s Taste of the Nation pre-party offers celeb chef mingling and a pretty sweet 50 percent discount.
  34. Foodievents
    Vetri, Garces to Co-Chair Taste of the NationAnnual benefit to fight childhood hunger announces its lineup
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Pegu Club Shaking More Than Just Cocktails in SohoForest Hills: The layout for Trader Joe’s coming to 90-30 Metropolitan Avenue. [Forest Hills 72] Midtown West: Sample cuisine from more than 50 restaurants including Aquavit, Buddakan, and Eleven Madison Park at tonight’s Taste of the Nation at Roseland Ballroom; tickets are $200 and benefit the fight against childhood hunger. [Cakehead] Soho: Pegu Club accused of shaking down its customers by pouring drinks that haven’t been ordered. [Majikthise] South Hampton: Dune should pick up the slack where Cain left off. [Down by the Hipster] Upper West Side: The lobby lounge of the Mandarin Oriental now has a cart offering $75 flutes of Dom Perignon, but at least the price includes dried fruit. [NYS] Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe hopes to see a bidding war over Warner LeRoy’s Tavern on the Green between top “concessionaires” including Dean Poll of the Boathouse and Danny Meyer. [NYO] West Village: Awkward zoning prevents Camaje bistro on Macdougal Street from setting up outdoor seating, though it’s allowed for virtually all its dining neighbors. [NYP]