Diner food is a staple in the U.S.A., but where do these iconic dishes come from? Find out the true history of your favorite comfort foods below – and prepare to feel hungry.
We’ve all been there. You’re at a restaurant and finally settle on the perfect entree – and then you see its calorie count is basically a day’s worth of calories. But instead of opting for something healthier, you order it anyway, feeling vaguely bad about yourself the whole time you’re eating.
With the finale of Season 11 of Top Chef quickly approaching, we at Menuism thought it was the perfect time to check in on all our favorite past cheftestants. This list isn’t exhaustive (Season 11 isn’t here at all, and we skipped a lot of catering companies), but it’s probably the most extensive one out there. Sort by season or city and state. Feel free to report additions or corrections in the comments. And don’t forget to tell us, who’s your favorite Top Chef? (more…)
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