Bryan Spillane

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A Life On The Line

For four decades, other gamblers have tried to be Billy Walters while investigators have tried to bring him down. And for four decades, the world's …

Sqirl Review: Jessica Koslow's Tiny Restaurant Is Serving Some of the Best Food in L.A.

Info<p>Like what? Like a bowl of Kokuho Rose brown rice with sorrel pesto, preserved Meyer lemon, black radish, French sheep feta and a silken poached …

Outback Steakhouse Review: Please Don't Call This Food Australian

Info<p>Crispy, oily, sweet, crunchy. A big slick of salt and grease. Slightly disgusting. Completely addictive.<p>The Bloomin Onion is an almost perfect …

Black Hogg Down

Info<p>This is certainly the tradition claimed by Eric Park, the young chef behind Black Hogg in Silver Lake. Black Hogg opened last March with an …

ZZ's, the Most Expensive 58 Minutes in New York Dining

The website of ZZ's Clam Bar is all but useless. No menu. No hours. No days of operation. There's a phone number that I call eight or ten times, but nobody answers.<p>I decide to show up uninvited. The worst that happens, I get thrown out and eat at Lupa across the street.<p>ZZ's is a new restaurant by …

The Elm: Is Brooklyn Ready for Sophisticated Dining?

As long as I can remember, Paul Liebrandt has been about molecular gastronomy or modern cooking or whatever food writers are labeling kitchen pyrotechnics these days. Quietly, Liebrandt has always demurred: "Everything is based on my training, which is classical French," he said recently, and not …

Alan Richman Walks Into a Jewish Deli...

Cuisines tend to be from a place, and Jews never had a place. Through the millennia, they got pushed from place to place, and everywhere they went their food changed. When I was a kid, Jewish food tasted different in every home I visited, and in almost every one, the kid living there was sure his …

Dry-Aged Beef Is a New Trend in Restaurants Around the Country

Old (like, 140 days old--or older!) is new when it comes to the best beef you can get in a restaurant<p>First comes the fat, like butter's big brother, sent out with your bread. Then comes a broth made from the bones, so rich it coats your throat, leaving the tiniest bite of salt at the back. Finally, …

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Vegetables Now

Innovative cooks are finding more inspiration in a giant head of cauliflower than they are in a hunk of meat. Here, F&W explores the state of …

Best New Chef | Food and Wine

The duo behind LA’s Kismet and Mad Capra talk about their veggie-forward fo...<p>The duo behind LA’s Kismet and Mad Capra talk about their …

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The Battle for America's Oldest Vines

Are vineyards just farmland, or are they cultural treasures? F&W's Ray Isle goes inside the fight to save some of California's oldest grapevines from …

Urban Outfitters stock price target raised to $38 from $35 at Instinet

May 23, 2018<br>9:57 AM<p>May 23, 2018<br>9:55 AM<p>FDA warns that pain-relieving teething products are unsafe, asks companies to stop selling them<p>May 23, 2018<br>9:46 AM<p>IHS Markit flash services PMI climbs to 55.7 in May from 54.6 in April<p>May 23, 2018<br>9:45 AM<p>IHS Markit flash manufacturing PMI inches up to 56.6 in …

PUNCH | 40 Ounces to Freedom

In the summer of 1992, exactly one year after I moved to Hartford, CT with my American mother, I returned to my hometown of Melbourne, Australia to …

Don't Mess With Perfect

In the lifetime of every traveler, we encounter two distinct types of unforgettable cities. There are the cities we love so much that we wish we could return there every year. For me, this list includes such places as Rome, Bangkok, Miami, and Vancouver. Then there are the cities we love so much …

The Truth About Salt In Your Food

It's everywhere. And we're supposed to eat less of it. By: Sidney Fry, MS, RD<p>1 of 11<p>The Salt Puzzle<p>Advertisement<p>2 of 11<p>Does a longer brine add much …

HubSpot stock price target raised to $134 from $123 at UBS

Jun 6, 2018<br>12:05 PM<p>There’s scaremongering going on over Social Security and Medicare.<p>Jun 6, 2018<br>12:02 PM<p>Young investors with long time horizons can also benefit<p>Jun 6, 2018<br>12:01 PM<p>More than 100 firefighters were battling a fire on Wednesday at the Mandarin Oriental Hotel in London’s upscale …

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GMO common ground: Where supporters and opponents agree

When it comes to genetically modified foods, you don’t have to look hard to find issues that supporters and opponents disagree on. After all, they’re supporters and opponents; they’re supposed to disagree. But does that mean they have to disagree about everything?<p>It doesn’t, and they don’t. …

Pacific Ocean takes perilous turn | Sea Change

Ocean acidification, the lesser-known twin of climate change, threatens to scramble marine life on a scale almost too big to fathom.<p>"Sea Change" was …

Waiting for the 8th: How a D.C. family coped with cuts to the food stamps they rely on | The Washington Post

Waiting for the 8th<p>The months seem a bit longer for a D.C. woman and her family after recent cuts to the food stamps they rely on.

Rep. Steve Southerland believes in hard work, finds it in push to overhaul food stamp system | The Washington Post

How the food stamp diet is leaving the Rio Grande Valley both hungry and obese | The Washington Post

In rural Tennessee, a new way to help hungry children: A bus turned bread truck

In parts of rural Tennessee, children depend on a free lunch program to offer what is for many of them the only reliable meal of the day.<p>In parts of rural Tennessee, children depend on a free lunch program to offer what is, for many of them, the only reliable meal of the day.<p>It was the first day of …

In Florida, a food-stamp recruiter deals with wrenching choices

More people than ever rely on Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps. This is in part due to a bad economy, but it’s also because hundreds of recruiters now work to enroll people in the government program.<p>More people than ever rely on Supplemental Nutrition …

Food stamps put Rhode Island town on monthly boom-and-bust cycle

In Woonsocket, R.I., a third of the residents use SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, to pay for groceries. That means the businesses in the struggling town also rely on the program to survive.<p>In Woonsocket, R.I., a third of the residents use SNAP, formerly known as food stamps, to pay for …

Imagining the Post-Antibiotics Future | Food and Environment Reporting Network

A few years ago, I started looking online to fill in chapters of my family history that no one had ever spoken of. I registered on Ancestry.com, …