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R. Kreiter is a cool guy who leads Eater's copy desk and maintains style and language standards for the site. A London- and Chicago-based editor, curator, and art historian, find their disparate and occasional writing about visual culture scattered around the internet. Loves to make a zine. DIY till you die.

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Eat Your Art Out

Going big with food is nothing new. Here, a visual timeline of humankind’s enduring love for maximalist food.

Europe Doesn’t Need Diet Coke

The Casa Bonita Reopening Is Real but It Might as Well Be a Joke

Scones in the Time of Agita

Claire Ptak’s "Love Is a Pink Cake" and "Mary Berry’s Baking Bible" provoke differing views of the state of British baking — and Britain itself

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Matzo

Synonymous with Passover, the unleavened bread is both a symbol and a food

What Are We Wearing to Restaurants Now, London?

Target’s Latest Collaboration Brings British Christmas to America

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The Trouble With Trek Food

The best cookbooks help us learn and think about their subjects. The new Star Trek cookbook, sadly, only reaches for the food coloring.

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How to Cook a Direwolf

By recreating dishes from popular media like "Game of Thrones," "The Lord of the Rings," and "Twin Peaks," the chef Iliana Regan didn’t just turn fine dining on its head at her restaurant Elizabeth — she cooked fanfiction

So How Are Things Going for the ‘South Park’ Creators at Casa Bonita?