Are you on Instagram? Eatocracy is, but we forget that on occasion. Luckily, CNN photographer Mark Hill has nabbed our password for a takeover while he's traveling in Maine for the next while. Lotta corn, lobster roll, blueberry pies and more, and it's making us madly hungry and jealous stuck at our desks at Eatocracy HQ in New York.
It's not the most ambitious Kickstarter in history, but maybe that's the secret ingredient that's making one man's pitch on the crowd-funding website so successful.
Well, maybe that and a little dill.
The Travel Channel pulls Adam Richman's new show after the "Man vs. Food" star ranted on social media.
5@5 is a food-related list from chefs, writers, political pundits, musicians, actors, and all manner of opinionated people from around the globe.
Chefs have a lot on their plates, from food costs and health inspections to sourcing ethically produced ingredients and making sure to see their family every once in a while. They're an anxious bunch, but chances are that diners will never see anything beyond a perfectly arranged plate and a sweat-free forehead. Restaurants are as much in the business of theater as they are in dining.
Todd Wiss knows what it takes to keep the seams from showing to the customers. As the executive chef of Firefly in Washington, D.C., he has made a mission of serving seasonal, sustainable, local food (often harvested from just a few feet above the restaurant), often with diners' dietary restrictions in mind. But there's an awful lot of work that goes into making things at this neighborhood favorite - or any restaurant - seem cool as a cucumber, even when the heat is on.
5 things that make chefs anxious (that diners never see): Todd Wiss
Bring your appetite... but not your guns.
That's the message from Chipotle after a social media campaign after gun rights activists openly displayed their assault rifles inside one of its restaurants in Dallas this past weekend.
The next time you settle in to an Applebee's for a beer and some queso blanco, you may be struck with the urge to speak with one of your fellow patrons. But, instead of just turning to the booth behind you, or (gasp!) walking up to a nearby table full of strangers, why not use an app?
“What’s Applebee's” (a play on What’s App, the target of a recent $19 billion Facebook acquisition) advertises itself as the latest hot new social network. The app allows you to connect with other Applebee’s fans around the country.
But this is a highly exclusive network; you must be physically inside an Applebee’s to use it. Think of it as a virtual red velvet rope.
A food-delivery website is parting ways with Facebook in a snarky "breakup" letter. And Facebook, like spurned lovers through the ages, is telling the cheeky startup not to let the door hit it on the way out.
Eat24, based in San Bruno, California, lets users enter their address to find restaurants that will deliver to them. They then select a restaurant and order online.
The site has more than 70,000 "likes" on Facebook. But last week, it announced it just wasn't that into the social media giant anymore.
Got holiday hosting questions? There's a good chance that our panel of experts has answers.
Eatocracy editors Kat Kinsman and Sarah LeTrent - were joined by special guests, cookbook author and host of The Farm on Public Television Ian Knauer, sommelier and wine director of The NoMad Thomas Pastuszak and vegan cookbook author Isa Chandra Moskowitz - for a Google Hangout on holiday celebration and hosting.
Got Thanksgiving questions? There's a good chance that our panel of experts has answers.
Join Eatocracy editors Kat Kinsman and Sarah LeTrent - and their special guests, cookbook author and host of The Farm on Public Television Ian Knauer and vegan cookbook author Isa Chandra Moskowitz - for a Google Hangout at 3 p.m. ET on Tuesday, November 26.