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The Eater Upsell

The Eater Upsell

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Editor-in-chief Amanda Kludt and Daniel Geneen dive into meaty food world topics of the week, interview the country's most interesting chefs, explore the origins of specific cuisines, taste-test the latest culinary trends, and debate topics as serious as unfair labor practices and sexual harassment and as light as Instagram museums and the best at-home pint of ice cream. Produced by Eater and the Vox Media Podcast Network.
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Is Liquid Death Water broey? Did Danny Bowien deserve the attack by NYT critic Pete Wells? Can landlords put food restrictions on their tenants? Amex just bought RESY! The brands pulled some dumb mother's day stunts. Is the Aperol Sprtiz a bad drink and does it matter?Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
Are free drinks good? Is the Impossible Burger taking over the country? Many many food brands are getting in on Game of Thrones madness. Burger King came out with an odd response to the Happy Meal. Bru Social Plates are meant to get you off Instagram and back into the real world. Guac cheese made a huge splash. Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
CNBC dropped a silly video on tipping (2:00). Farley Elliott explains The Row, yet another insane real estate development in LA (7:00). A restaurant in Chicago seems to be infringing on multiple trademarks (12:50). Soylent launched a line of food products (19:45). Stef Tuder and Serena Dai break down the Lucky Lee's fiasco (24:30). Amanda Kludt loves lunch lines and it's sad (33:15).
Erica Hall, general manager of Brooklyn hot spot Win Son, drops by the show to help us all be better diners.Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
Most people know Rocco DiSpirito as a 'TV Chef' or a diet book author, but 15 years ago he was the biggest chef in New York City. Now he's back in the game: reimagining the Standard Grill in Manhattan's Meatpacking district.Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
Mark Bittman launched a brand new food website with a name that was already in use (5:20). Why did a photo of a vertically sliced bagel set twitter on fire (10:18)? Mitt Romney blew out his birthday candles like an alien (14:00). Sonia Chopra joins the show to tell us about all the exciting new baseball food (16:40). Samsung launched a dating app to promote its in-fridge-camera (21:00). Monica Burton joins us to catch us up on the tinned fish trend (26:00). Starbucks launched massive iced coffee cups and Burger King is selling Impossible Burgers (29:43). Barcade is aggressively fighting trademark infringement (33:00).Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
CBD is winding up in your lattes, your gummies, and your massages, but what exactly is it? And is anyone regulating it?Subscribe to Today, Explained here.
Ruth Reichl was the editor of Gourmet Magazine from 1999 until its last day in 2009. In her new book Save Me the Plums, she talks about the wild 10 years she spent at Condé Nast and the traumatic folding of the beloved magazine. Preorder Ruth's new book here and follow her on instagram/twitter.Hosted by: Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter) and Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter). Complain to us at upsell@eater.com
On today's Upsell, Superiority Burger's Brooks Headley stops by to talk about his transition out of fine dining, his relationship with the neighborhood, and whether or not he would ever expand the beloved vegetarian burger shop.Pick up a copy of Superiority Burger's Cookbook, follow them on Instagram, and check out their website.Hosted by: Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter) and Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter). complain to us at upsell@eater.com
Delta and Diet Coke released some creepy airplane napkins (1:30). The Michelin Guide is returning to LA for the first time since 2012 (8:30). Martha Stewart is making cannabis products for pets (19:50). Food delivery app Caviar is trying to highlight women on its platform and the tone is a little off (23:40). Is it time to say goodbye to delivery meal kits like Blue Apron (28:15)? The latest Instagram trend is parents throwing slices of cheese at their kids (32:00).Hosted by: Daniel Geneen (instagram/twitter) and Amanda Kludt (instagram/twitter). complain to us at upsell@eater.com
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