Jamie Oliver's Debt, the Instant Pot Part You're Forgetting to Clean & More

Everything you might have missed this week

We get it, you're busy. We're swamped, too—busy combing the Internet to keep you in the loop amid this fast-moving world, that is. Head into the weekend with these articles, food-related deep dives and Tasting Table reads stored away as dinner party conversation fodder.

All About Food 

• Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver's restaurants are $100 million in debt.

• You should really start paying attention to this part of your Instant Pot.

• Why do women hold only 5 percent of the world's Michelin stars?

• The world is facing a global tequila shortage, and this time it's for real.

• Spanish chef Ferran Adrià's cookbook will be 17,500 pages

 This is the one word America's best food writers (and probably you) still have trouble spelling. 

• People are still getting injured while trying to open jars of Talenti.

Around the Web

• The effort might be worth it, though, with the new flavors Talenti just launched—three of which are low sugar.

• One thing not to do in your Olympics coverage: Confuse PyeongChang with P.F. Chang's

• Gold medal Olympian Chloe Kim deserves a prize for her Tweeting abilities, too.

This Week on TT

• Speaking of which, David Chang rewards Kim with a snack that combines three of her favorite foods.

Step aside, LaCroix: There's a new sparkling water on the market.

• A 24,000-gallon cocktail shaker is touring America. 

• Cadbury has once again posted your dream job.