• McDonald's Fails to Quell Strike for $15 Minimum Wage With Limited Pay Increases By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    MCDONALD'S FAILS TO QUELL STRIKE FOR $15 MINIMUM WAGE WITH LIMITED PAY INCREASES

    The recent wage hike doesn't apply to 95 percent of workers at franchise restaurants. Detroit and Flint workers will join McDonald's...

    Restaurant, Detroit
  • Grocery Workers Are Still Dealing with Customer Confrontations Over Masks, More Than a Year Into the Pandemic By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    GROCERY WORKERS ARE STILL DEALING WITH CUSTOMER CONFRONTATIONS OVER MASKS, MORE THAN A YEAR INTO THE PANDEMIC

    Shutterstock For many workers, a year of being expected to bear much of the responsibility for conflict de-escalation has taken its...

  • Americans Love Free Stuff, But Will They Get Vaccinated for It? By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    AMERICANS LOVE FREE STUFF, BUT WILL THEY GET VACCINATED FOR IT?

    Shutterstock Across the country, the promise of beer, fries, and other freebies are being used to convinced people to get the COVID-19...

    American, Beer
  • Coronavirus Has Devastated London's Restaurants. Now It's Brexit's Turn By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    CORONAVIRUS HAS DEVASTATED LONDON'S RESTAURANTS. NOW IT'S BREXIT'S TURN

    As COVID-19's influence begins to wane, restaurants, their workers, and their suppliers are heading out of the frying pan and into...

    Restaurant, London
  • The Best Canned Cocktails, According to Bartenders and Mixologists By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    THE BEST CANNED COCKTAILS, ACCORDING TO BARTENDERS AND MIXOLOGISTS

    Cocktail
  • A Shrimp Creole Recipe That's Fed Generations on a Coastal Georgia Farm By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    A SHRIMP CREOLE RECIPE THAT'S FED GENERATIONS ON A COASTAL GEORGIA FARM

    Siobhán Egan Matthew Raiford's new cookbook ‘Bress 'n' Nyam' intersperses family history with the Gullah Geechee recipes he grew up...

  • Biden's ‘Suitable Jobs' Remark Is Anti-Worker Political Pandering By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    BIDEN'S ‘SUITABLE JOBS' REMARK IS ANTI-WORKER POLITICAL PANDERING

    BublikHaus /Shutterstock The insistence that unemployed people accept “suitable” job offers is too vague and ignores why people are...

  • To-Go Alcohol Is Now Permanently Legal in Texas By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    TO-GO ALCOHOL IS NOW PERMANENTLY LEGAL IN TEXAS

    Texas Gov. Greg Abbott officially signed the bill today, allowing restaurants and bars to offer boozy drinks for takeout and delivery

    Restaurant, Bar, Alcohol
  • A Giant Dining Oasis Feeds Thousands in Death Valley, the Hottest Place on Earth By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    A GIANT DINING OASIS FEEDS THOUSANDS IN DEATH VALLEY, THE HOTTEST PLACE ON EARTH

  • Is Dry-Aged Pork the Future of Steakhouses? By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    IS DRY-AGED PORK THE FUTURE OF STEAKHOUSES?

    Butchers Ben Turley and Brent Young believe this dry-aged pork porterhouse should be on the menu “Pork is generally undervalued,” says...

    Meat, Menu, Pork, New York
  • A Tortellini en Brodo Recipe That Packs an Umami Punch By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    A TORTELLINI EN BRODO RECIPE THAT PACKS AN UMAMI PUNCH

    New York chef Tyler Heckman uses a dried shiitake dashi in place of brodo in his recipe Like a remake of a classic movie or TV show,...

    Soup, Pizza, Restaurant, New York, Butter, Beef, Cake, Duck
  • The Unique Challenge of Reopening a Massive Restaurant Space By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    THE UNIQUE CHALLENGE OF REOPENING A MASSIVE RESTAURANT SPACE

    China Live in San Francisco | Patricia Chang George Chen, owner of 30,000-square-foot China Live, visits Eater's Digest Like many restaurant...

    Bar, San Francisco, Chinese, Menu, Restaurant
  • Why Restaurants Aren't Thrilled About a Sudden Return to Full-Capacity Dining By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    WHY RESTAURANTS AREN'T THRILLED ABOUT A SUDDEN RETURN TO FULL-CAPACITY DINING

    D.C. restaurants and bars are scrambling to prepare to open at full capacity on May 21 after more than a year of partial shutdowns...

    Restaurant, Bar
  • My Go-To ‘First Day Back From Vacation' Meal By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    MY GO-TO ‘FIRST DAY BACK FROM VACATION' MEAL

    Sarah L. Voisin/The Washington Post via Getty Images Pollo a la brasa eases me back into my routine This post originally appeared in...

    Chinese, Pizza, Cook, Restaurant, Dinner, Meal
  • Your Least Favorite Gross Viral Food Videos Are All Connected to This Guy By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    YOUR LEAST FAVORITE GROSS VIRAL FOOD VIDEOS ARE ALL CONNECTED TO THIS GUY

    Molly Ford /Shutterstock Whether it's Spaghetti-Os pie or table-top nachos, everything can be traced back to magician Rick Lax Sometimes...

    Pie, Egg, Cook
  • 14 Best Canned and Boxed Soups, According to Chefs By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    14 BEST CANNED AND BOXED SOUPS, ACCORDING TO CHEFS

    Soup
  • It Took a Pandemic to Make TV Dinners Truly Delicious By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    IT TOOK A PANDEMIC TO MAKE TV DINNERS TRULY DELICIOUS

    A pork cutlet TV dinner from Karl's in Detroit | Courtesy of Karl's Why chefs are turning takeout meals into delightfully old-school...

    Mushrooms, Potato, Menu, Bread, Detroit, Restaurant, Pork, Meal, Dinner, Lunch
  • Meet the Industry's Future Leaders By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    MEET THE INDUSTRY'S FUTURE LEADERS

    From the Editor: Everything you missed in food news last week This post originally appeared on May 8, 2020 in Amanda Kludt's newsletter...

    Restaurant
  • Guaranteed Basic Income Could Be a Game-Changer for Restaurant Workers By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    GUARANTEED BASIC INCOME COULD BE A GAME-CHANGER FOR RESTAURANT WORKERS

    Bloomberg /Contributor via GettyImages More cities nationwide are considering guaranteed income for low-wage earners, which could empower...

    Restaurant, Game
  • Impossible Meat Is Coming to a School Lunch Near You By Eater   -   May 15, 2021

    IMPOSSIBLE MEAT IS COMING TO A SCHOOL LUNCH NEAR YOU

    Impossible Foods hopes to offer up protein-packed lunches that don't generate as much greenhouse gases as red meat. But slapping branding...

    Meat, Lunch