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Ells, a chef by training, has been a disruptor, industry critic, apologist, risk taker, contrarian and culinary traditionalist.

The so-called glove law sometimes appears to be ignored by fine-dining establishments. Advice Guy weighs in.

Restaurants could be a beneficiary of a partnership agreement struck yesterday by two of the three agencies charged with protecting the food supply. The collaboration promises to bolster the nation's safeguards, particularly for produce.

The pain foisted on restaurants this week wasn't always deserved—just ask Chipotle. But that's what made those predicaments so nightmarish.

Attendees of the Global Restaurant Leadership Conference learned how the global market varies from region to region, but in other respects is a small world. Here are some of the overseas trends that might sound familiar to U.S. operators, though sometimes with a twist.

Here's how food transport systems and distributors can implement food safety best practices.

The process is expensive and complex, but operators can risk sanctions without one, Advice Guys says.

Sous vide and other old-school methods impart flavor and peace of mind.

Not all the big leaks this week came from Washington. Chipotle, McDonald's and Starbucks had a few doozies, too.

The burrito chain is showing a change of heart with such moves as trying a drive-thru.