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R Kitchen

This experience was a hidden gem that I am still surprised I discovered so quickly during my time in Charleston.  I was riding in an Uber, and as usual I was chatting the drivers ear off about food.   428 more words


Sorry, All Out

It’s a Saturday night, and you’re on the most special of dates. You two saw a show, so you made your reservation at the restaurant for a bit later in the evening. 943 more words


Beers, Bikes and Bratwurst!

We left off our last post exploring Brussels. Brussels, like Bruges, hails in all things wonderfully Belgian. There is an abundance of chocolates, waffles and frites and most importantly some of the greatest beers in the world. 459 more words


Santiago Lastra Rodriguez and Noma's invitation

In the first part of the interview Santiago Lastra explained how he became chef and left Mexico. Last year, after five years away from his home country, he received an invitation he couldn’t resist. 334 more words


What To Do with All Those Truffles

So you’ve bought a truffle puppy and taught her to hunt. You find a great spot and find a fistful of truffles. Now what?

One of my favorite things to do with a truffle is infuse a stick of butter with it, and then use that butter on everything. 152 more words

Truffle Training

Food on the Edge part 2: the (hi)story

Food on the Edge (FOTE) is happening in Galway, Ireland, on 9th-10th October. It is a brainchild of JP McMahon, the passionate restaurateur from Ireland who is presenting himself  369 more words



Make no mistake, the most enjoyable part of working in a kitchen will always be the interesting people who man that station or cutting board next to you. 1,589 more words