A look at last night's scene.
Our highly scientific taste tests and other highlights from Friday night's competition.
Rachael Ray is still talking up her burger joint, but when is it opening?
Tainted Chinese candy shows up in Connecticut, and a woman gets saved by the staff of the River Café, from our glance at the morning headlines.
The Johnny Walker Blue Label of burgers debuts.
She's way ahead of the pack.
Plus: Brooklyn's burgeoning cocktail scene, restaurant closures in the Hamptons, and more, in our morning news digest.
Ted Casablanca couldn't care less about Rachael Ray and her memoir.
The four or five coolest events will likely sell out soon, so get moving.
Okay, an Anthony Bourdain tattoo? Maybe. But Rachael Ray?
First Rachael Ray was accused of being a Starbucks aficionado and now — even worse — a terrorist sympathizer.
Not everyone is behind the New York version of the South Beach Wine & Food Festival, occurring October 9–12 (you’ll recall local restaurateurs had mixed reactions), but Eater brings news of events that may get more people behind it.
When Rachael Ray and Bill Clinton take over Barbuto, what can the results be?
The former president and America's first lady of home cooking are putting on a fund-raiser together, Pinkberry isn't as "all natural" as you'd like it to be, and a recipe for a season-appropriate dish served to Pope Benedict XVI last week.
A low-level staffer tried to pass off Food Network recipes as belonging to the McCain family.
The Huffington Post discovers that certain "McCain family recipes" may have been lifted from the Food Network.
Rachael Ray joins puppy-killing marines on Radar's hate list.
Start planning for the New York Food Festival, coming to the meatpacking this Columbus Day weekend.