A judge may have ordered the partial shutdown of the Huy Fong Foods Sriracha hot sauce plant in California because of complaints about the chile odors—and, yeah, spice-heads around the country may be worried about impending shortages of the spicy Thai condiment.
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While the Boston Red Sox prepare to host the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the World Series on Wednesday, we’re staging our own battle: Which city wins for best food?
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We’ll spare you all the toilet-humor jokes racing through our brains right now, but let the record show: We’re overflowing with them! (Okay, maybe just the one.)
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We’re gearing up to watch the second episode of The Mindy Project‘s new season tonight, and we’re already hungry. A woman after our own stomachs, Mindy Kaling‘s character loves to eat and last week’s episode fit in plenty of food jokes—from the actress covering herself in a whipped cream bathing suit to eating an entire loaf of bread (“I just do that every night, dawg.”).
New York City is practically bursting at the seams with great places to eat. But just over the river, you’ll find Manhattan’s equally-hot borough Brooklyn, home to hundreds of buzz-worthy eateries all their own. For some guidance, we tapped a team of tour guides: the cast of FOX’s new Brooklyn Nine-Nine. From a legendary steakhouse to sinful soy lattes, Andy Samberg and his T.V. detective cast mates dished to PEOPLE on the best places in their precinct.