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  1. 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.
  2. toast!
    Are Avocados Actually About to Get Cheaper?!For the first time in what seems like forever, avocado prices are calming down.
  3. the dish
    At Paowalla, Floyd Cardoz Is Reviving One of His Most-Beloved DishesEggs Kejriwal is a souped-up cheese toast served at his Mumbai restaurant, the Bombay Canteen.
  4. Industrious Dad Makes Detailed Toast Sculptures for Daughter With Food AllergiesIt doesn’t hurt that they also look great on Instagram.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Charlize Theron and Seth McFarlane On a Date At Matsuhisa; Jamie PresslyElsewhere, Robert Pattinson spent quality time with both Vince Vaughn and Kristen Stewart this week.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    ScoJo Eats With Bradley Cooper at The Bel-Air; The Killers Chow at Comme CaMeanwhile, Mel Gibson and Florence Henderson defined dichotomy while dining at Cafe de Rey.
  7. Health Concerns
    Toast in Trouble Over Aubrey O’Day’s Doggy-StyleAfter the actress lets her pups run all over a table, the Health Department comes knocking.
  8. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Biel Flashes Engangement Ring at Tavern; Brangelina Goes to The GoldenNaturally, the celebrity couple was given a lot of grief for enjoying a little fast food.
  9. Oeno-File
    Whither the Wine Bars of 2006?
  10. Video Feed
    Watch the Trailer for Nigel Slater’s ToastBased on the food writer’s 2005 memoir of the same name.
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Lady Gaga Celebrates Her B-Day at La Cita; John Hamm Feeds His Dog at LittleAdam Lambert managed to get himself kicked out of Downtown L.A. bar for partying too hard on Gaga’s 25th.
  12. VideoFeed
    Public Access Brilliance: Cookin’ wit’ TittleThe benefits of burnt toast and other gems from a local television food star.
  13. Mediavore
    Sarah Palin Is (on a Piece of) Toast; Will Sushi Go Sustainable?Debunking the myth that food travels 1,500 miles from farm to plate, and a list of best spots for late-night dining, from our glance at the morning headlines.