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Charcuterie Masters 2018

The best of the best charcuterie artisans from the U.S. and Canada—makers of sausages, patés, hams, salumi, and more—vie for top honors at the third annual… 290 more words

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Interview and video: André Chiang

“In 10 years, I can create something better than Restaurant André” – André Chiang

Wednesday 11th October 2017 was a day that shocked the culinary world. 204 more words

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The Game Bird welcomes the Nation’s Greatest Culinary Talent in New Guest Chef Series

This March, The Game Bird will launch a new guest chef series, welcoming many of the greatest chefs from around the UK to cook in the critically-acclaimed restaurant within The Stafford London. 365 more words

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New restaurant Paladar brings the taste of Latin America to the heart of London

Paladar, a creative restaurant, wine bar and bodega showcasing the best of Latin America, has opened in SE1. Aiming to serve as ‘a centre of excellence for Latin America in London’, Paladar brings together food, drink, art and music from across the region. 670 more words

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Here Are D.C.’s 2018 James Beard Awards Semifinalists

Here are the local players who made the first cut Beard season has officially arrived: Today the James Beard Foundation released its list of Restaurant and Chef Awards semifinalists for 2018. 45 more words

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Hierarchy of Taste Keynote at IACP (and academic discount!)

Understanding global shifts in chef-driven movements, including how the fine dining umbrella becomes larger, is at the core of much of my work. So it’s an honor to explore this subject with some of the finest minds in the land for the Saturday keynote of the… 317 more words

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WHAT CHEFS & COOKS CAN LEARN FROM the OLYMPICS & OLYMPIC ATHLETES?

I am very fortunate to live in a small village of around 5,000 residents in the Adirondack Park of New York. This is one of the most pristine areas in the world situated in a 6,000 acre protected area of mountains, forests, and lakes. 1,431 more words