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Travel Channel Chef Faces Backlash for Comment About Midwest Chinese Restaurants
Travel Channel host Andrew Zimmern is under fire for for saying that Chinese food in the Midwest is served in “horseshit restaurants.”
Zimmern, a well-known TV chef, travels around the world trying strange food for his show Bizarre Foods. Zimmern also hosts The Zimmern List.
Golden Girls fans will want to snag this limited edition collector’s item
If you’re a fan of The Golden Girls, the much-beloved late ‘80s early ‘90s TV sitcom about four silver-haired ladies living together in Miami, then you may be delighted to know that it now has its own limited-edition blueberry-flavored multigrain cereal. It even comes with a toy inside of the box: a Funko figurine of one of the Golden Girls.
Robert De Niro Says Trump Is Banned From Nobu, An International Restaurant Chain The Actor Co-Owns
If Donald Trump finds himself hungry near one of Robert DeNiro's restaurants, he should just keep on walking. In an interview with the Daily Mail, DeNiro said Trump is banned from all Nobu restaurants, the chain he co-founded over 20 years ago. The actor added that he'd leave any restaurant, Nobu or otherwise, if Trump walked in the door.
John Barrowman is threatening to launch a Target boycott for a really good reason
Out actor John Barrowman is none too pleased with Target and urged his fans to consider boycotting the store in a post on Instagram.
Barrowman says in the video that he was shopping at the Target in West Hollywood and attempted to buy a gift certificate, a shirt and a jacket for a homeless man. Store staff “lectured” the actor, telling him he wasn’t allowed to buy the items for the man in need.
Here's Why Jennifer Lopez Is Not Afraid to Eat Fried Pork-chops and Rice at 10 p.m.
Jennifer Lopez might be seriously dedicated to her workouts, as her fitness posts on Instagram attest, but the superstar of Puerto Rican descent gives herself a bit of leeway when it comes to her food choices, indulging on traditional Latin dishes no matter the time of day.
Men Accused of Sexual Misconduct Are Still Benefiting From Their Restaurants
As chefs and restaurateurs “step away from day-to-day operations” following sexual misconduct allegations, their restaurant groups are left to figure out how to recover. There isn’t a single path forward, according to a new report from the New York Times, and the groups once led by Mario Batali, Ken Friedman, John Besh, and Charlie Hallowell are all struggling to repair damaged reputations and toxic cultures — oftentimes, while the bad actors still have financial ties to the group.
After Eater NY broke news of multiple sexual misconduct allegations against Batali, the chef announced he would “step away” from Batali & Bastianich Hospitality Group and its restaurants. In a letter sent to staff a few days later, the group announced that it would change its name and that its female partners, Nancy Silverton and Lidia Bastianich, would be taking on greater leadership roles in an effort to improve the culture at B&B restaurants.
However, Batali remains financially linked to some of the group’s high-profile restaurants, like Babbo and Del Posto, and according to Joe Bastianich, it’s unclear whether or not that tie will be severed. “
Sexual Harassment Is Pervasive in the Restaurant Industry. Here’s What Needs to Change
Inside London's anti-Trump bar that's raising money for refugees, women's rights, and LGBT rights
Twumps in London is an anti-Trump bar. It opened to raise money for charities supporting refugees, women's rights, and LGBT rights.
The bar is designed to look like Trump's NYC penthouse, with a lot of gold furniture made to look cheap and nasty on purpose.
Tom Colicchio Called Out "Dick Culture" In The Restaurant World
Chef Tom Colicchio is speaking out about harassment in the restaurant world.
"The recent ‘revelations’ of rampant sexual harassment in the restaurant industry weren’t exactly a shocker to the women working in it. Or the men, for that matter," he wrote in a letter to male chefs posted on Medium on Wednesday.
Last month, chef John Besh stepped down from his company after sexual harassment allegations from more than two dozen women were reported by NOLA.com / The Times-Picayune.
"This isn’t just a matter of a few bad eggs and ?we all know it. For every John Besh splashed across Page Six, we can assume hundreds, if not thousands, more with kitchens just like the ones his female employees described," wrote Colicchio.
How One Award-Winning Chef Is Fighting Discrimination in the Restaurant Industry
Harrison Ford Goes After Trump Team While Accepting Environmental Honor
"We’ve got people in charge of important shit who don’t believe in science," the actor said Thursday night in Los Angeles.
Harrison Ford got political on Thursday night at 3Labs in Culver City when he was honored by Conservation International, a non-profit environmental group he has been involved with for 26 years.
"We face an unprecedented moment in this country. Today’s greatest threat is not climate change, not pollution, not flood or fire," Ford said during his acceptance speech of the Founders' Award. "It’s that we’ve got people in charge of important shit who don’t believe in science."
‘Let us do our job’: Anger erupts over EPA’s apparent muzzling of scientists
Stephen Curry Responds to Being Only Person Mentioned in GOP Tax Plan
The newly proposed Republican tax plan mentioned only one individual by name in its proposal: Golden State Warriors superstar Stephen Curry.
That particular section of the tax plan reads:
"The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act includes specific safeguards to prevent tax avoidance and help ensure taxpayers of all income levels play by the rules under this new fairer, simpler tax system. Our legislation will ensure this much-needed tax relief goes to the local job creators it’s designed to help by distinguishing between the individual wage income of NBA All-Star Stephen Curry and the pass-through business income of Steve’s Bike Shop."
On Thursday, Curry responded...
Cafe busted for serving Popeyes
A cafe in Long Beach, California, called Sweet Dixie Kitchen, makes southern comfort food. The owner says most of the food is made from scratch but the fired chicken is from Popeyes. CNN's Anderson Cooper explains on the RidicuList.
Big Deal San Antonio Chef Calls Out Mario Lopez for Requesting Free Meal
Iron Chef Gauntlet contestant Jason Dady posted a curious note on Facebook earlier this week, hinting that a “certain celebrity” called his hot new San Antonio restaurant Range asking for a free meal in exchange for a social media plug.
Dady teased that if his Facebook post got 1,000 likes, he might spill the beans and, true to his promise, after a thousand fans showed their love, he dropped a GIF of Mario Lopez doing the splits on Saved by the Bell with the message: “Haters Gonna Hate, Slaters Gonna Slate.”
'SNL' Star Pete Davidson Was Diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder
Saturday Night Live’s Pete Davidson made a surprising revelation this week: He was recently diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, a serious mental health condition that's often confused with bipolar disorder. The 23-year-old talked about his condition on the WTF With Marc Maron podcast, and detailed the long, trying process of getting diagnosed with the disorder.
"I've been a pothead forever," he said. “Around October [or] September last year, I started having these mental breakdowns where I would, like, freak out and then not remember what happened after. Blind rage." Davidson says he originally thought weed was the issue. "I never really did any other drugs, so I was like, 'I'm gonna try to go to rehab. Maybe that'll be helpful,' " he said. "So I go and I get off weed. They told me there, they're like, 'You might be bipolar,' and I was like, 'OK.' So they're like, 'We're gonna try you on these meds.'”
Why Kristen Bell Isn’t Into The Whole Santa Claus Thing
During the interview, she said they don’t plan on pushing the whole Santa Claus narrative on their daughters too aggressively.
“We have to tell our kid that one night a year breaking and entering is OK and that a dude in a jumpsuit is going to come down the chimney and is going to rifle through our stuff, but it’s OK because he’s going to leave us gifts?” Bell said. “That’s a crazy story to tell your child.”
Usher’s Insurance Company Doesn’t Feel They Should Have to Defend Him in Herpes Lawsuits
Usher‘s insurance company claims the singer didn’t just allegedly hide his herpes diagnosis from his sexual partners, but from them as well — which they believe means they shouldn’t have to fork over a dime on his behalf.
According to court documents filed Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court — and obtained by PEOPLE — New York Marine and General Insurance Company believe they are under no obligation to defend the singer in his current lawsuits in Georgia and California or any potential lawsuits that may come down the road.