Also it’s kind of fun to do these little linky-with-no-headline posts (at Curbed, we call them Quicklinks). In that spirit: Friday was Eater National editor Raphael Brion’s last day at Eater. Raphael is the creator and keeper of Eater’s Banned Words List, a document so valuable that in 2011, we had it insured. Raphael always swore that on his last day at Eater, he’d publish it. And so he did. The response to the list has been enjoyable to follow, even if all this does mean that we just lost our most valuable trade secret and it will kill me if Grub Street finally learns never to use the word toque.