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The Plex'Eat is a plastic shield created by French designer Christophe Gernigon, who has requests from restaurants in 5 other countries.
Tokyo is preparing for a ‘new lifestyle’ as it reopens after the pandemic. Take a look at what that means for dining and entertainment in ...
Karaoke bars will be required to frequently sanitize microphones and diners are encouraged to sit side-by-side as opposed to facing each other.
Le Creuset cookware is pricey, but its cast iron and stoneware pieces can last for years, if not decades — here’s why they’re worth ...
French cookware company Le Creuset represents the height of craftsmanship and style. We reviewed seven of its pieces to see if they're worth it.
A restaurant in Australia is placing cardboard cutouts at its tables in an attempt to make diners feel more comfortable
Guest "chatter" will also play on the speakers at Five Dock Dining so that visitors don't feel like they're eating in an empty restaurant.
Washington state is requiring restaurants to keep a list of all their customers to trace infections if they want to reopen
Washington state restaurants that want to reopen will have to log each customer who visits, provide hand sanitizer and follow 10 other requirements.
I tried ButcherBox, the service that sends you a month’s supply of grass-fed meat — here’s what it was like
I tried ButcherBox, a service that curates boxes of grass-fed, hormone-free, and humanely raised beef, chicken, and pork.
Blue Apron is one of the most popular meal kit services you can sign up for online. If you are interested in trying it out, here's how you can use it.
A restaurant in Amsterdam built small greenhouses for diners to enjoy a meal in while social distancing
Mediamatic Eten, a restaurant specializing in vegan food, added little greenhouses to its waterfront in hopes of reopening its doors to diners in May.
I used this sous vide tool to cook plain chicken with salt, pepper, and olive oil, and I was surprised at how tender and delicious it came out
The Anova Precision Cooker Pro is pretty expensive at around $400, but it's made even the plainest of chicken significantly more delicious and juicy.
I tried the meal delivery service Gobble in the lead-up to my wedding and saved so much time. Each dish took only around 25 minutes to make.