Our favorite award-eligible stories from The Takeout this week

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The internet operates on hyperspeed—as fast as it takes for your thumb to flick up your phone screen. It means you may have missed some of The Takeout’s award-eligible food and beverage writing. Fear not! We’ve rounded up some of our proudest pieces of reportage from this past week.


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One of the greatest writers of our generation meets one of the dumbest questions ever posed.


A pretty great idea, actually.


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It’s frigid in much of the country and this recipe from Kate Bernot’s Oma is reliable, warming, and delicious.


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A few tricks from our restaurant veteran to help turn that table over.


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Hey, the headline made us chuckle.


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This was Garlic Week at The Takeout, and this garlic-intense recipe replicates one of my favorite Chinese restaurant dishes.


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Who goes through 20 oz. of pesto before it goes bad?


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This was the talk of the craft beer world this week, and we recap its craziness in one handy post.


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There’s three lines in the story that made us laugh out loud.


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Valentine’s Day Candy game is not strong, says our Candy Bureau Chief Marnie Shure.


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You’ll learn something new about garlic.

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Kevin Pang

Kevin Pang was the founder and editor-in-chief of The Takeout, and director of the documentary For Grace on Netflix.