Food

Watch: How to Make Eight Feet of Nachos for 100 People

Previous episodes of You Can Do This have attempted once-daunting tasks like making your own Gushers, building your own s’mores rotisserie, turning your kitchen into a Thai rolled ice cream shop, and timing the perfectly soft Japanese omelette. This episode, sadly the final one for the series, is no different. True to form, host Clifford Endo is overcomplicating and macgyvering ...

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Creamy Cauliflower Au Gratin with Bacon

Creamy Cauliflower Au Gratin with Bacon makes such an amazing side dish.  It is filled with tender cauliflower and bacon in a cheesy sauce that is topped with bread crumbs.  This will be the hit of the dinner table!  Creamy Cauliflower Au Gratin with Bacon This is my favorite time of the year and I especially love gathering with my loved ...

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Parts Unknown Season 12, Episode 7: ‘Lower East Side’ Recap

The final episode of CNN’s award-winning travel show Parts Unknown focuses on a place that host Anthony Bourdain visited frequently as a young man: Manhattan’s Lower East Side. “This is a show about a very special place, a special time, and some very special people,” Bourdain says in the intro. “So much happened, so much began on New York’s Lower ...

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Watch Neil DeGrasse Tyson and Anthony Bourdain Discuss Space Hot Sauce

Just one day after the series finale of Anthony Bourdain’s CNN series Parts Unknown, National Geographic’s astrology-themed show Startalk With Neil DeGrasse Tyson will air a new episode featuring an interview with the late author/TV star. In this scene from the Season 5 premiere, Bourdain and Tyson discuss how taste perception changes with altitude. Years ago, Bourdain actually got a ...

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Palestinian Food’s Next Wave – Eater

Every morning, Fadi Kattan steps outside of the stone-walled courtyard that surrounds his gourmet Palestinian restaurant, Fawda, or “chaos” in Arabic, looking for inspiration. Stopping off at the butchers, bakeries, and spice shops that surround the cobblestone-lined outdoor market just outside his Bethlehem establishment, Kattan is working with ingredients that have been in Palestinians’ literal and figurative culinary backyards for ...

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7-Eleven Accused of Using ICE Raids to Punish Troublesome Franchisees

The Trump administration’s latest attempt to crack down on undocumented workers targets 7-Eleven, and the convenience store chain’s corporate offices don’t necessarily see this as a problem, Bloomberg reports. In January, immigration officers raided 98 7-Eleven stores in 17 states, serving inspection notices and arresting 21 suspected undocumented employees. Owners were ordered to provide records for every person who worked ...

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Anthony Bourdain’s ‘Parts Unknown’: The Best Episodes

Over the last five years, Anthony Bourdain brought TV viewers to the most interesting places around the world on his award-winning, game-changing CNN show Parts Unknown. And now, following Bourdain’s death last June, the show is sadly coming to a close. The final season of Parts Unknown will wrap up at Bourdain’s old stomping grounds — the Lower East Side ...

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How BlocPower’s Donnel Baird Is Building an Ethical Billion Dollar Company

Donnel Baird has a more complex business than most start-up founders. His company BlocPower aims to scale green energy across American inner cities by updating millions of older buildings while hiring from vulnerable populations. It’s a public benefit corporation, so it’s for-profit and focused on the bottom line but also committed to energy efficiency, renewable energy, greenhouse gas reductions, and ...

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