Eater's Digest

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Everything you need to know about the world of food each week. Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen bring you the wildest, most important stories from restaurants and kitchens around the world. It’ll make you laugh, it’ll make you think, and it’ll make you hungry! From Eater and the Vox Media Podcast Network.

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Last updated on August 13, 2020, 7:59 am

#10

Maria Sharapova Waits Hours at Good Restaurants Just Like the Rest of Us

October 25, 2019 • 44m

Maria Sharapova, tennis legend, decorated Grand Slam champion and noted pal to a certain royal family, doesn’t believe in using her star power to score tables at super popular restaurants. That's because she's a true food lover who believes in the serendipity of waiting it out with the rest of us. Maria's found some of her favorite places after rubbing elbows with other gourmands at bars and communal tables around the globe, and she joined Amanda in studio to dish on her favorite restaurants worldwide and why she started Sugarpova, her candy company. We also get into the biggest food stories of the week, from the newest Michelin news to one chef's fiery exit from a famous department store and more. Stories: • Blue Hill at Stone Barns Notches 2 Michelin Stars • This Bloomin' Onion Tastes Orwellian Featuring: Maria Sharapova (@MariaSharapova) Hosts: Amanda Kludt (@kludt), Editor in Chief, Eater Daniel Geneen (@danielgeneen), Producer, Eater Produced by: Martha Daniel (@martha_c_daniel) More to explore: Check out more great reporting from the Eater newsroom. Subscribe to Amanda’s weekly newsletter here. Follow Us: Eater.com Facebok.com/Eater YouTube.com/Eater @eater on Twitter and Instagram Get in Touch: digest@eater.com About Eater: Eater obsessively covers the world through the lens of food, telling stories via audio, television, digital video, and publications in 24 cities across the US and UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Five Ways to Be a Better Diner

November 08, 2019 • 47m

Here at Eater, we’ve come up with more than a few tricks to elevate our dining game. From tips on how to snag the best table, to the brunch menu item you should always avoid, everyone’s got their move. On this episode, we into some of the most well-honed, oddly specific restaurant hacks with Eater's editors and reporters. Put them to the test yourself, and let us know what you think! We also get into the top stories of the week, from the latest updates on Popeye's madness to a sneaky border-crossing doughnut entrepreneur and the booziest hard seltzer on the market. Stories: • Everyone's Got Their Move • This Guy Drives 200 Miles for Krispy Kreme • Taprooms for Anything But Beer Featuring: James Park (@JamesyWorld) Sonia Chopra (@SoniaChopra) Hillary Dixler Canavan (@HillaryDixler) Meghan McCarron (@MegMcCarron) Hosts: Amanda Kludt (@kludt), Editor in Chief, Eater Daniel Geneen (@danielgeneen), Producer, Eater Produced by: Martha Daniel (@martha_c_daniel) More to explore: Check out more great reporting from the Eater newsroom. Subscribe to Amanda’s weekly newsletter here. Follow Us: Eater.com Facebok.com/Eater YouTube.com/Eater @eater on Twitter and Instagram Get in Touch: digest@eater.com About Eater: Eater obsessively covers the world through the lens of food, telling stories via audio, television, digital video, and publications in 24 cities across the US and UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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The Stories That Defined 2019

December 13, 2019 • 41m

Ah, 2019. It was the year of the celery juice phenomenon, thirsty brands on Twitter, Game of Thrones food anachronisms, high profile restaurant divorces, and Impossible doing the, well... impossible. This year provided all sorts of fodder for our weekly stories segment, and to wrap it all up, we're dedicating an entire episode to the stories that defined 2019: the good, the bad, the ugly, and the downright ridiculous. We asked a bunch of our friends from the newsroom to join us in discussing their favorites, but just a quick disclaimer: we will NOT be discussing chicken sandwiches of any variety. Stories: Burger King Delivered Beef Whoppers to Customers Expecting "Impossible" Liquid Death's Canned Water Will Murder Your Thirst A Mysterious Gut Doctor is Begging Americans to Throw Out "This Vegetable" A Disposable Coffee Cup Made an Accidental Appearance on Game of Thrones Who is the Trump-Supporting Billionaire Funding Momofuku? I Spent Three Hours Getting Colonel Sanders to Fall in Love With Me Will Guidara and Daniel Humm are Splitting Up Why I'm Deleting Delivery Apps From My Phone Guests: Serena Dai (@ssdai) Julia Rubin (@juliarubin) Pelin Keskin Adam Moussa (@adamjmoussa) Hosts: Amanda Kludt (@kludt), Editor in Chief, Eater Daniel Geneen (@danielgeneen), Producer, Eater Produced by: Martha Daniel (@martha_c_daniel) More to explore: Check out more great reporting from the Eater newsroom. Subscribe to Amanda’s weekly newsletter here. Follow Us: Eater.com Facebok.com/Eater YouTube.com/Eater @eater on Twitter and Instagram Get in Touch: digest@eater.com About Eater: Eater obsessively covers the world through the lens of food, telling stories via audio, television, digital video, and publications in 24 cities across the US and UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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Alison Roman is Calling BS on Dinner Party Traditions

October 18, 2019 • 44m

Very rarely are dinner parties about the food on the table. Throughout the history of evening mealtime gatherings, hosting was never so much about feeding friends and family as it was about flaunting wealth. From the dinner tables of ancient Greece and Rome to Victorian England and suburban America, an underlying sense of class anxiety has motivated us to call our social circles to the table in an attempt not to display our skills in the kitchen, but rather our banquet halls, china patterns and dedicated dining rooms. Alison Roman is calling bullshit on all that. She’s been compared to Julia Child and Martha Stewart for her knack for empowering even the least experienced cooks to find joy in the kitchen, but this self-described “older millennial” cringes at the word “entertaining” where the domestic goddesses of yore leaned into it. Alison joined us in studio to talk about her new cookbook, Nothing Fancy (out October 22), and how she's redefining the art of the dinner party. We're also joined by Nisha Chittal, a Vox.com journalist, to talk about the history of entertaining at home, and why millennials are doing it differently than their parents. Then we get into the biggest food stories of the week, from Rachel Ray's new "ghost" restaurant, to the rise of the sushi bro and that viral Panera TikTok video. Stories: • Did Millennials Kill the Dinner Party? • Top Notch Sushi with a Side of Bro • Is Panera Making Sous Vide Mac & Cheese? Featuring: Nisha Chittal (@NishaChittal) Alison Roman (@alisoneroman) Hosts: Amanda Kludt (@kludt), Editor in Chief, Eater Daniel Geneen (@danielgeneen), Producer, Eater Produced by: Martha Daniel (@martha_c_daniel) More to explore: Check out more great reporting from the Eater newsroom. Subscribe to Amanda’s weekly newsletter here. Follow Us: Eater.com Facebok.com/Eater YouTube.com/Eater @eater on Twitter and Instagram Get in Touch: digest@eater.com About Eater: Eater obsessively covers the world through the lens of food, telling stories via audio, television, digital video, and publications in 24 cities across the US and UK. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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