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Chef FeaturesChicago

The First Michelin Star for a Filipino Restaurant? This Couple Made It Happen.

When chefs Genie Kwon and Tim Flores, both fine-dining veterans, began drawing up plans for their debut solo restaurant, the…

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

At Alta Adams, a Community’s Story Is Told on the Walls

In the open kitchen at Alta Adams, the various threads of California cooking, Southern flavors, and chef Keith Corbin’s West…

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InterviewsMiami

How Itamae’s Nando Chang Makes Nikkei Magic in Miami

Chef Nando Chang puts in 14-hour days at Itamae, starting with the morning’s 8 a.m. fish delivery, to the close…

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Chef FeaturesLondon

What Do You Serve to The Best Chefs in The World? London’s Mr Ji Has a Few Ideas

TĀTĀ Eatery, the culinary duo of Ana Gonçalves and Zijun Meng, found acclaim in embracing challenges and emerging victorious –…

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Chef FeaturesSydney

“I Don’t Want To Do Green Curry”. At Viand, Annita Potter Forges Her Own Path in Thai Cuisine

After a career-long education under one of the world’s biggest Thai authorities, David Thompson, Annita Potter is quietly figuring out…

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Claudia Fleming

Chef FeaturesNew York

Legendary Pastry Chef Claudia Fleming: The Future of Desserts Is Going Back to Basics

“It’s been a mad, mad couple of days. But exciting,” Claudia Fleming confides, hinting at something new she’s been working on…

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Women of FoodCharleston

Heather Hutton of Edmund’s Oast is Pushing For a Pastry Renaissance

It’s 10 a.m. on a weekday morning, and the kitchen is in full swing at Edmund’s Oast on Charleston’s Morrison…

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Chef FeaturesNew York

For Saigon Social’s Helen Nguyen, Community Is Everything

As the plane taxied onto the JFK tarmac at around 7:45 a.m. on Monday, May 2, Helen Nguyen turned on…

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InterviewsNashville

At June, Sean Brock Is Making a Stand For the Tasting Menu

Chef Sean Brock definitely did not spend the first year of the pandemic hunkering down in his Nashville home.  “I’ve…

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