New York: Chef Features


"Once white male chefs do something, other cooks get erased," says Amanda Cohen. // Photo by Mike Grippi for Resy

Chef Features

Amanda Cohen Has Pioneered So Much. Why Aren’t We Listening to Her?

Last summer, the New York Times ran a breathless, 2,000-word piece about watermelon ham, proclaiming it, along with root vegetable…

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Chef Features

Don’t Worry, New York: Anthony Mangieri’s Pizza Will Be Back Soon. (But He’s Not Leaving Jersey)

These days, one of America’s most celebrated pizzaioli can be found sleeping on the floor. Sometimes in his business partner’s…

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The Road Back

Pandemic Pop-Ups Are Changing How We Dine — For the Better

Like many of us, chef Amy Yi had big plans this year. She’d just left her job of the past…

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Chef Features

Kwame Onwuachi on Redefining What Success Looks Like

Kwame Onwuachi may have recently left his position as the executive chef of D.C.’s acclaimed Afro-Caribbean restaurant, Kith/Kin, but his…

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Resy At Home

For Brooklyn’s Ras Plant Based, Family Is Everything

Ras Plant Based co-owner Romeo Regalli never anticipated that one of his restaurant’s most popular dishes would come directly from his…

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Chef Features

At Wayla, Bangkok-Born Chef Tom Naumsuwan Recreates Home

Thai food is definitely having a New York moment. While the punchy cuisine has been in-demand for a long time,…

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Chef Features

At Sushi Sensation Shuko, R&D Requires Thinking Outside of Japan

Shuko is a New York restaurant above all else. Second, it’s a sushi joint where guests can opt for one…

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Chef Features

HaSalon Hails From Israel, But Radiates with The Energy of New York

When acclaimed chef Eyal Shani decided to bring HaSalon to New York, it wasn’t as simple as creating a replica…

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Chef Features

After Hours with Chef Ryan Hardy and The Franks

In anticipation of The Franks’ Backyard Chef Series, the three chefs got together to eat, drink, and share stories from the kitchen. Tag along.

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Chef Features

Collaboration is at The Heart of Missy Robbins’ Beloved Lilia

It’s lunchtime on the corner of Williamsburg’s North 10th Street and Union Avenue, and magic is in the air at Lilia.

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