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Dining, New York Times · 14m ago

Malaysia’s Leader Stirs Up a Tempest in a Quinoa Bowl

Malaysians were not happy when Prime Minister Najib Razak said he preferred quinoa because it was “better than rice,” the national staple.
Dining, New York Times · 1h ago

Bites: An Evangelist of Singaporean Food Has a New Pulpit

At his new restaurant Folklore, the chef Damian D’Silva continues to celebrate so-called heritage food — and is perhaps starting a few traditions of his own.
Dining, New York Times · 1h ago

A Career Change? I’ll Drink to That!

After managing publicity and event promotion operations, a Texas woman opened her own distillery and started producing award-winning whiskey.
Dining, New York Times · 19h ago

From KFC, a 3-Letter Apology for Its U.K. Chicken Crisis

The company rearranged the letters in its name in an advertisement, and if a vowel was missing, the meaning was clear.
Dining, New York Times · 11h ago

France’s New Michelin Guide: More Fraternité Than Égalité

The gastronomic bible awarded new stars to 57 restaurants, only two of which have women as chefs. A “Me Too” moment pricks French kitchen culture.
Dining, New York Times · 17h ago

Review: David Chang in the Comfort Food Zone on Netflix

In “Ugly Delicious,” the star chef chases the best pizza and barbecue, talks about authenticity and racism, and whips up some crazy Spam fried rice.
Dining, New York Times · 18h ago

A Good Appetite: The One Item That Will Change Your Weeknight Cooking

Calling home cooks everywhere: It’s time to get acquainted with the adorable and versatile quarter-sheet pan.
Dining, New York Times · 19h ago

City Kitchen: Meatballs That Take a Cue From Turkey

Made with ground lamb, this version of a beloved dish is spiced with cumin, coriander, cinnamon and a touch of cayenne.
Dining, New York Times · 20h ago

What to Cook: What to Cook This Weekend

Samin Nosrat has a fabulous new recipe for a soufflazy — a soufflé for the lazy — or take the time to bake.
Dining, New York Times · 1d ago

Frugal Traveler: Xian Offers Terracotta Warriors, Stunning Food and Plenty of Bargains

One of the oldest cities in China proved to be one of the less expensive trips our columnist has taken in the past year.