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Wine doyenne Philippine de Rothschild dies aged 80

Philippine de Rothschild, the grande dame of Bordeaux wine and part-owner of the legendary Chateau Mouton Rothschild vineyard, has died aged 80, her estate said on Saturday. Baronness de Rothschild was president of the supervisory board and the controlling shareholder in the family-owned Baron Philippe de Rothschild house, which produces the Mouton Cadet claret -- a standard bearer in the world ...

Severed Snake Head Kills Chef Cooking Cobra Soup

A chef cooking a soup dish from cobra flesh died in China after he was bitten by the snake's head – 20 minutes after it was cut off. Peng Fan was preparing the rare Asian delicacy from the Indochinese spitting cobra when the snake's severed head bit him with venom as he was throwing it into the bin, The Mirror reported. "He prepared the snake himself and was just unlucky.

Buyer seeks bigger dining area

For his next home purchase, Don Bodnar wanted the best of location and a layout for entertaining. He focused on properties walking distance to shops, restaurants, a gym and MARTA, but desired space to host get-togethers during the holidays and other times of the year.

Contract talks falter between Food 4 Less, union

Contract negotiations between Food 4 Less and the United Food and Commercial Workers union are sputtering, a union representative said, increasing the likelihood that thousands of grocery workers will strike soon.

Food stamp pricetag swells, while money for fraud enforcement slashed

DESPITE RAPIDLY-RISING number of food stamp recipients in the US, states around the country saw their enforcement budgets slashed, raising concerns that fraud cases could go undetected, GAO report says. VIDEO: States pushing work requirement for food stamp recipients

Tru Table’s Key Lime Caesar with Asiago Awarded One of The Gourmet Retailer’s Best New Products

New Specialty Food Startup Continues Receiving Industry Recognition with Protein Enriched Salad Dressing and Dips (PRWeb August 22, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/08/prweb12115965.htm

Coming Attractions: Food & Wine's Exclusive Chef's Club Set for NYC

The Puck Building. Food & Wine magazine's long-stewing New York City Chef's Club — which will host pop-up restaurants by visiting chefs throughout the year — is finally moving forward. Grub Street reports that F&W editor-in-chief Dana Cowin has...

A Food Crisis Follows Africa's Ebola Crisis

Food shortages are emerging in the wake of West Africa's Ebola epidemic. Market shelves are bare and fields are neglected because traders can't move and social gatherings are discouraged.

Eater Maps: A Complete Guide to Dining in the Hamptons

Tomatoes are finally here, striped bass are running, and many are heading out to the Hamptons to catch those final weeks of summer. Getting a table can be challenging, and it's worth planning ahead. So whether in search of...

OK, wine in a box … but a can?

It's "pinkies down." That's how Ryan Harms of Oregon-based Union Wine Co. describes his new wine in a can.

Cooking Class with Chef Ivan Flowers: Lesson 16-Eggs

In the last two cooking classes we learned how to make delicious meals in fifteen read more

UN warns its food aid program in NKorea at risk

WASHINGTON (AP) — The World Food Program may have to shut down its operations in North Korea by early next year unless it gets more funding from international donors by this autumn, the U.N. agency's director for Asia said Friday.

Book Club: Brauhaus Schmitz Chefs' Cookbook Out in December

New German Cooking, the first cookbook from chefs Jeremy and Jessica Nolen (Brauhaus Schmitz, upcoming Whetstone), will be released on December 9 of this year. (You can preorder it now if you're so inclined.) The book, which contains 100 recipes,...

Casual Dining: Investing Essentials

Casual Dining: Investing Essentials

Lawyer wants back $125K wine collection that was seized and could be destroyed

A lawyer convicted of selling high-end wine from his home cellar despite strict Pennsylvania liquor laws hopes to win back the seized collection before it's destroyed.

Lawyer wants seized $125K wine collection back

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A lawyer convicted of selling high-end wine from his home cellar despite strict Pennsylvania liquor laws hopes to win back the seized collection before it's destroyed.

Food cart activist questions city's downtown food stand move

When the city announced this week that a nonprofit organization had been granted permission to sell Asian kale salad and other "healthy, local food" out of repurposed newsstands downtown, Mayor Rahm Emanuel heralded the agreement as evidence of his commitment to create jobs by allowing...

OK, wine in a box or screw top ... but a can?

"It's definitely kind of pinkies down." That's how Ryan Harms, owner and winemaker of Oregon-based Union Wine Co., describes his new wine in a can.

Eataly Taps Digital Dining And Epson For POS Rollout

Epson, a leading supplier of value-added Point of Sale (POS) solutions, and Digital Dining, a leader in restaurant POS systems, have teamed up to provide a unique technology solution at one of the world’s most dynamic new food and beverage marketplace concepts, Eataly

Frequency Of Reported China Food Safety Problems May Be A Sign Of Progress

High-profile reports of food safety problems at suppliers to McDonald’s, KFC and Heinz in China this month might lead to you to think food safety conditions in the country are worsening. Yet an increase in the discovery of food safety threats may also be a sign that public health offices and organizations are [...]

Food Giant Nestlé Tackles Animal Cruelty on Factory Farms

Nestlé, the single largest food maker on the planet, today announced sweeping new requirements aimed at bettering the lives of farm animals raised by its sprawling network of suppliers. The company has vowed, among other things, to rid its supply chain of a litany of cruelly confining crates and cages, such as gestation crates for sows, veal crates for calves, and cages for egg-laying chickens ...

Dining Confidential: RingSide's GM Peterson Hangs at SW's Jola Cafe

Oregon is home to a lot of restaurants and bars, but there are tons of hidden gems that the majority of Portlanders aren't unearthing. To help guide us to these potential discoveries, we've enlisted some of our city's many food...

The Wine Harvest Like You've Never Seen It Before (Photos)

The start of harvest is the perfect opportunity to appreciate the winemaking process from an on-the-ground perspective. Here are 8 unexpected photos that illustrate, in a fresh way, what it takes to bring a bottle of wine to the table.

Cooking fire sends elderly man to the hospital

A cooking fire sent one elderly man to the hospital and caused extensive damage to his home just after noon on Wednesday.

Fall Previews: Fall 2014 Food and Drink Events Preview

Here now, Eater's Fall 2014 Food and Drink Events Preview. Below you will find events, conferences, and festivals happening from September to December that are focused on restaurants, chefs, food, and/or beverages. Marquee international events like Semana Mesa SP...

C.D. Howe report findings support Wine Council's model for private wine shops

C.D. Howe report findings support Wine Council's model for private wine shops

Anti-First Looks: Dining public, Statesman critic Matthew Odam...

Dining public, Statesman critic Matthew Odam would like to remind you "to take everything you hear about an unopened restaurant (positive or negative) w/ massive grain of salt." Why the dining public needs reminding of this fact at this very...

Gourmet Fall 2014 Women’s Lookbook

Gourmet's Fall 2014 women's line continues to evolve for its latest season, shown here in this newly released lookbook. Photographer Mike Selsky shoots the latest footwear offerings on the feet of singer Dev, using the Leica X Vario and Leica M Monochrom cameras.

The Best Credit Cards for Dining Out, Announced by Creditnet.com

Dining out is an increasingly popular option for both regular meals and special occasions. Despite the fun and the convenience, however, the cost of eating out can deter many potential diners. Fortunately, ...

Passage Foods Releases Study "Cooking Sauce Sales Simmer": A Comprehensive Look at the American Cooking Sauce Market

COLLINSVILLE, Conn., Aug. 21 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Passage Foods has released its latest edition of "Passage Briefs". This edition presents a report entitled "Cooking Sauce Sales Simmer". ...

Ten things you didn't know about food labels

Reading food labels can be a challenge, especially when trying to make choices to support a more sustainable food system. Food and nutrition labels around the world can include a lot of information, and not all of it is easy to decipher. Here are ten things to consider when reading food labels.

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc. Declares Second Quarter Cash Dividend of $0.11 per Share

Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory, Inc. , which franchises gourmet chocolate and confection stores and manufactures premium chocolates and other confectionery products, today announced that its Board of ...

Consumption of wine starts at home for Millennials: report

Millennial wine drinkers are most likely to have come from a culture of wine drinking in the home, according to a new report that looked at how the digitally savvy, “obsessively social” and mobile generation is reshaping the wine industry. After looking at the drinking habits of Millennials in the US under the age of 35, a report by Wine Intelligence found that young wine drinkers were most ...

Australia's Treasury Wine Estates vows reset after big loss

Global drinks giant Treasury Wine Estates on Thursday reported a net loss of Aus$100.9 million (US$93.3 million) during a year in which the firm replaced its chief executive and became a takeover target. The world's largest publicly-listed pure-play wine company, with over 80 brands, said after 12 months of upheaval it was "poised for re-set and a return to sustainable growth". Chief executive ...

Gourmet Heaven to close in 2015

Yale has announced the closing of the 24-hour grocery Gourmet Heaven after a year of controversy surrounding the establishment's labor practices.

Eater Interviews: Is Fine Dining Dead? Andrew Knowlton Reveals How He Selected America's Best New Restaurants

Andrew Knowlton of Bon Appétit Magazine With the announcement of the 50 nominees for America's best new restaurants by Bon Appétit, came the question: What is the current state of dining? Andrew Knowlton, the magazine's restaurant editor, is the...

Dining Hall Hacks for Better Freshman Year Food

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Uber car-hailing pulls into mobile dining/travel apps

Uber pulled into dining and travel smartphone applications Wednesday as the Internet age car-hailing service moved to park itself at the heart of mobile lifestyles. The San Francisco-based startup let about a dozen businesses such as Starbucks, Hyatt Hotels, United Airlines, TripAdvisor and restaurant reservation service OpenTable make it simple for people to summon Uber cars from inside their ...

Eaterwire: Beer Dinner at Cafe Aion; Southern Cooking Class; More

Kachina Southwestern Grill BOULDER - Cafe Aion is teaming up with Upslope Brewing for a beer dinner on August 20. Enjoy some of the cafe's seasonal tapas along with a large selection of Upslope beer. The pairings will be available...

Cooking and Convenience Go Phone-in-Hand with GE’s New Free-Standing Range You Can Operate from a Smartphone

Think you accidentally left the oven on? Switch it off while on the go. The new free-standing Profile™ Series gas and electric ranges are GE’s second cooking appliances, following the wall oven, to allow consumers to preheat, set the time, and check cooking status using an app on their smartphone.
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