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These Were Our Editors’ Favorite Dishes of 2016

It was tough to narrow down the list when there was so much good stuff to eat this year.

Military-Themed Breastaurant Chain Plans to Invade America With 100 New Locations

Bombshells thinks 2017 needs more scantily clad waitresses in ammo belts.

How to Make Red-Wine Hot Chocolate for Your New Year’s Eve Party

Recipes from three tip-top New York bartenders.

Manhattan Pizzeria Is Giving Free Pies to Anybody Dressed As Princess Leia

Champion Pizza will also reward any Star Wars costume with a free slice.

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Le Creuset 2.75-Quart Dutch Oven
43 percent off and perfect for making winter stews.

Venmo Keeps Flagging Payments for Cuban Food As Potential U.S. Trade Violations

“Don’t pay Molly again for this until you hear from us.”

Taco Bell Warns It’s Testing Out ‘Loaded’ French Fries

America’s most obligatory fast-food item is getting a trial run in at least one California location.

A Very Special Panettone Pop-up Is Coming to Superiority Burger

This Tuesday, January 3.

3-Michelin-Starred American Restaurant Now Serving Food on Actual iPads

San Francisco’s Quince is plating a dish on a video of a truffle hunt.

Another Slice of the Old Lower East Side Will Disappear With Cake Shop

The venue will close after a final show on New Year’s Eve.

 

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