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Writer Jenna Wortham's Grub Street Diet

All the food news you need to know today, from the latest New York restaurant openings to interviews with the nation’s most inventive chefs.
December 15, 2017
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Jenna Wortham Doesn’t Regret Paying $5 for a Giant Kit Kat

“I had a Paloma and got sleepy, so I went back and pillaged the basket of overpriced snacks in my hotel room … Totally worth it.”

Even Star Wars Fans Have Drawn the Line at This R2-D2 Dole Lettuce

The produce company gets the 2017 award for most absurd tie-in.

Mario Batali Officially Fired From The Chew

ABC didn’t find any misconduct on the show, but says his past behavior “violates our standards of conduct.”

Last Night’s Top Chef Featured a Classic Challenge and Lots of Cheese

“Sometimes the ricotta can just explode too much, and it’s not a great texture in your mouth.”

Grub Street Pick:
Cuisinart 419-14 Contour Stainless 1-Quart Saucepan With Cover
Perfect for cooking something small; you will find many uses for this little workhorse, and it’s very well-made.

Wildfires Have Decimated America’s Top Region for Avocados and Lemons

Farmers predict crop losses as high as 80 percent.

What Now for the Spotted Pig?

The same parts of the Spotted Pig that are inherent in its appeal have now become perverse and problematic.

Grub Street’s Restaurant Power Rankings: Brooklyn Cider House, Ha’s Chinese, DaDong, and More

It’s our weekly ranking of the city’s most important restaurants.

Taco Bell Has Its Own Beer

It’s an amber ale that purportedly “enhances” its food’s flavor.

Amid Ken Friedman Scandal, April Bloomfield Posts Apology

Her initial comments to the New York Times were widely criticized.


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