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Roma's Ristorante Brings Italian Taste to Downtown SF

Roma's Ristorante Brings Italian Taste to Downtown SF

By Jim Provenzano | Aug 21, 2020

With so many businesses closing, it's great news to learn of an opening. Roma's Ristorante Italiano, which opened on August 4. In a unique nod to the LGBT community, its namesake is 'nun' other than Sister Roma.

Saved by the Suburbs: Food Trucks Hit by Virus Find New Foodies

Saved by the Suburbs: Food Trucks Hit by Virus Find New Foodies

By Sally Ho | Aug 21, 2020

No longer able to depend on bustling city centers, these small businesses on wheels are venturing out to where people are working and spending most of their time — home.

Girl Scouts Unveil French Toast-Inspired Cookie

Girl Scouts Unveil French Toast-Inspired Cookie

Aug 19, 2020

Your trip to Europe has been canceled, and you haven't had human contact in five months. All is not lost. At least there's a new Girl Scout cookie to look forward to.

Watch: The Boy Who Bakes Tackles Detroit-Style Pizza

Watch: The Boy Who Bakes Tackles Detroit-Style Pizza

Aug 18, 2020

Out chef and winner of the inaugural season of "The Great British Bake Off" Edd Kimber honors the Rust Belt with a classic Detroit-style pizza.

German Food Company to Change Racist Name of Popular Sauce

German Food Company to Change Racist Name of Popular Sauce

By Kirsten Grieshaber | Aug 16, 2020

One of Germany's best-known food companies said it will rename a popular spicy dressing because of the racist connotations of its name.

Colombian Fast Food Chain Bets on Automated Restaurants

Colombian Fast Food Chain Bets on Automated Restaurants

By Manuel Rueda | Aug 16, 2020

A Colombian fast food chain is planning to turn its branches into automated restaurants at a moment when the coronavirus pandemic has slammed the food service industry worldwide.

Mexico City Lets Bars 'Change' to Restaurants to Reopen

Mexico City Lets Bars 'Change' to Restaurants to Reopen

Aug 11, 2020

The government of Mexico City will allow bars to operate as restaurants starting Monday in order to reopen as part of an easing of the coronavirus lockdown.

Independent Restauant Coalition Forms in Response to Virus

Independent Restauant Coalition Forms in Response to Virus

By Mary Gordon | Aug 10, 2020

"We're asking for a $120 billion fund to provide grants to allow independent restaurants to make up for the revenue they've lost," says Amanda Cohen, leader of the coalition.

Watch: Antoni Porowski Cooks for Kiernan Shipka

Watch: Antoni Porowski Cooks for Kiernan Shipka

Aug 6, 2020

"Queer Eye"'s resident food expert cooks for Kiernan Shipka ("Chilling Adventures of Sabrina," "Mad Men." Stick around for a special appearance by her dog, Frankie!

Selena Gomez Takes the Heat in New Cooking Show

Selena Gomez Takes the Heat in New Cooking Show

By Beth Harris | Aug 6, 2020

Selena Gomez is taking the heat in the kitchen.

Taste Test: 10 LGBTQ-Helmed Restaurants to Eat at Right Now

Taste Test: 10 LGBTQ-Helmed Restaurants to Eat at Right Now

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 5, 2020

Check out some of our favorite LGBTQ chefs and restaurateurs, and if you live nearby, consider ordering take-out or socially distant dining.

Community Through Cocktails: Stoli's Nationwide Effort to Unite

Community Through Cocktails: Stoli's Nationwide Effort to Unite

By Matthew Wexler | Aug 4, 2020

The Stoli Key West Cocktail Classic may be on hiatus, but its impact on the LGBTQ community is in full swing.

Love Avocados? Thank the Toxodon

Love Avocados? Thank the Toxodon

Jul 31, 2020

Given avocado's popularity today, it's hard to believe that we came close to not having them in our supermarkets at all.

Watch: 5 Favorite LGBTQ Chefs Get Cooking

Watch: 5 Favorite LGBTQ Chefs Get Cooking

Jul 30, 2020

Need inspiration in the kitchen this week? Here's a look at some of our favorite queer chefs, including Cat Cora, Gregory Gourdet, Elizabeth Falkner and more.

Tyson Foods to Increase Testing in Meat Plants

Tyson Foods to Increase Testing in Meat Plants

By Dee-Ann Durbin | Jul 30, 2020

The tests are on top of daily health screenings when workers arrive at Tyson's 140 U.S. production facilities, the company said Thursday.

'Say I Do's' Chef  Gabriele Bertaccini — Good Food is Everything!

'Say I Do's' Chef Gabriele Bertaccini — Good Food is Everything!

By Steve Duffy | Jul 28, 2020

On Netflix's binge-worthy series "Say I Do" a team of 'gay angels' put together a wedding in 7 days. EDGE caught up with chef Gabriele Bertaccini to talk about the show.

In the Spirit: National Tequila Day

In the Spirit: National Tequila Day

By Matthew Wexler | Jul 24, 2020

EDGE offers three unique tequila recipes from our friends in Austin, Texas.

3 Questions About Tequila, Answered

3 Questions About Tequila, Answered

Jul 24, 2020

In recent years, you may have heard of tequila tastings and walked by a new mezcal bar — and wondered about the difference between the two. Here's the difference.

Pandemic-Inspired Food Labeling Could Be Deadly for Those With Food Allergies

Pandemic-Inspired Food Labeling Could Be Deadly for Those With Food Allergies

By Sandy West | Jul 23, 2020

With no warning, the FDA's new temporary guidelines allow manufacturers facing supply chain shortages amid the COVID-19 pandemic to make ingredient substitutions without changing food labels.

What Does Your Ice Cream Preference Say About Your Personality?

What Does Your Ice Cream Preference Say About Your Personality?

Jul 22, 2020

Does your ice cream preference say more about you than you think?

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