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Why Is the Cheese World So Excited About This Goat Cheese?
Eligo might be the next big thing in dairy.
Uno Pizzeria Fires Employee Who Marched in Charlottesville Rally
The chain said it’s committed to “the fair treatment of all people” and “the safety of our guests and employees.”
Founder of Acclaimed Whiskey Brand WhistlePig Ousted Over Fraud Accusations
with whiskey instead of algorithms.
A Vermont Chef Is Putting Roadkill on a $75 Prix Fixe Menu
This is peak food waste.
Tiny Bistro Faces Backlash After Removing ‘Insensitive’ Bacon Sign
One guy’s pretty sure “the First Amendment extends to bacon.”
In the Field
Ex-Manhattan Chefs Are Storming Rural Vermont
“What you cook may be right in New York City, but maybe it doesn’t fit here.”
Vermont Reinvented as Rockwell: Table & Stage, Celebrating
The three-headed venue is simplifying its name, while changing its space and menus.
Vermont Fights Back Against Phony Syrup; Grapples Are Back!
Plus sexism in marketing and more, all in our morning news round-up.
Where to Get Cicada Ice Cream; L.A. County Fair Opens Saturday
Or, if you prefer, you could always opt for a simple bowl of ice cream ramen.
Booze Sales Spiked In the Run-Up to Irene; Starbucks Is Coming to an Office Near
Plus: The National Guard airlifts supplies to residents in washed out areas of Vermont; and Krispy Kreme ups its coffee game, all in our morning news roundup.
Refrigerators Learn How To Use Twitter; Live Turtles Smuggled in Snack Boxes
Your fridge is about to get better with technology than most seniors, while a strange discovery is made at LAX customs.
Jay Leno Breaks Down at Chili’s; Westlake Resident Details Harrassment of Street
The late-night host fixes his car using water from the restaurant and an LAPD officer is singled out for dumping food vendors’ trash.
Grasshopper Invasion to Ravage Millions of Acres of Crops; Are Sugar and Fat as
A swarm is predicted to destroy farmers’ bounties, while scientists find junk food to be powerfully habit-forming.
Where to Eat Like Elton John at The Oscars and Drink in Some Drama
Two pre-fixe dinners could satisfy your fixation with The Oscars.
Another Exile Chef
A couple of chefs are leaving New York to start their own places.
Portrait of the Daniel Chef As a Young Man
A glimpse into the grueling conditions at Daniel.
George Clooney Takes a Smooth Ride to Crustacean; Tracy Morgan Leaves his Limo
George Clooney squired his girlfriend to Crustacean on a motorcycle, while Tracy Morgan hit Wendy’s after the Emmy’s.
What to Eat at Rockwell, Open Friday in Los Feliz
Los Feliz has a new two-story cocktail lounge centered around a coral tree.
Is Farming the New ‘It’ Profession?
Butchering isn’t the only food-industry profession that’s gotten sexier.
Rockwell Landing on Los Feliz in September
Rockwell is the newest nightlife effort coming Los Feliz’ way.