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Chef FeaturesChicago

Chefs Debbie Gold, Carrie Nahabedian, and Jennifer Kim Thread Global Cuisines, in Chicago

It’s a serendipitous union in Lake View, at Debbie Gold’s Tied House restaurant, where three diverse chefs have come together to create something special.

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Chef FeaturesBoston

Modern Matriarchs and Pioneering Chefs: Karen Akunowicz and Kate Williams

Chefs Karen Akunowicz and Kate Williams are ready to go: both women have their hair in topknots, accented by colorful bandanas. The new friends are happy to be together—and in Boston.

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

Jessica Koslow and Gabriela Cámara Making Waves: A Preview of Their Upcoming Restaurant, Onda

It’s a sunny evening on Virgil Ave in Silver Lake, and the private dining room at perpetual hotspot Sqirl is buzzing.

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Chef FeaturesLondon

Raw: The Sea, The Sea, And Leandro Carreira’s Next Act

Visiting in early April, things look well-set with two weeks to go before the official opening of The Sea, The…

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Chef FeaturesWashington D.C.

At All Purpose, New-School Flavors Meet Old World Practicality

Born in 2016 to the owners of D.C. favorite The Red Hen, All Purpose is a bona fide Cult Favorite.…

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Chef FeaturesLondon

When In Ombra: How Mitshel Ibrahim Created An East End Cult Classic

For ambitious young chefs these days, the path to success appears straightforward enough. Train at some of London’s best restaurants,…

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

A Tale of Community and Kismet

In their effort to create a chef-driven neighborhood spot that’s elevated in food, innovative in culture, and welcoming to all, the pair is passionately pursuing creative opportunities to shine.

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Chef FeaturesLos Angeles

Off Menu With… Curtis Stone

Many know Australian chef Curtis Stone from his stints on TV, but he’s a restaurant chef at his core. In…

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Chef FeaturesChicago

15 Questions with HaiSous’ Thai Dang

We caught up with chef Thai Dang on his entrepreneurial and triumphant return, philosophy on immigration, and keeping business in the family.

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