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Chefs’ Picks: Hangover Foods

by in Restaurants, April 30th, 2017

Medio Dia
Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.

Food may be the last thing you want to face after a booze-centric night on the town, but chefs know that the right dish can help to successfully stave off that dreaded hangover. From midnight snacks to greasy grub, find out what the pros eat to revive after imbibing. Read more

Chefs’ Picks: Butcher Shops

by in Restaurants, April 23rd, 2017

Caputo's Cheese
By Brad Japhe

Chefs’ Picks tracks down what the pros are eating and cooking from coast to coast.

Long before the days of all-in-one supermarket shopping, a trip to the local meat market was a near-daily ritual. You’d know the butcher by name — and the butcher would know your order by heart. But by the end of the 20th century, convenience shopping had diminished the butcher’s prominence in American cuisine. Now, a heightened focus on farm-to-table philosophies, sustainability and nose-to-tail meat preparation has resulted in a new rise in popularity for the butchery profession. Read on to find out where meat-minded industry folks shop for chop. Read more

Chefs’ Picks: Favorite Family Recipes

by in Restaurants, April 16th, 2017

Strawberry-Rhubarb Pie
Many chefs thrive on flexing their creative muscles in the kitchen, but their best work often taps into those classic family recipes that first inspired their love of food. From comforting lasagna to blue ribbon-worthy pies, here are what the pros are cooking up when they’re craving a hearty helping of nostalgia. Read more

No-Kid Policy Pays Off for ‘Elegant’ Italian Eatery

by in News, Restaurants, April 10th, 2017

No-Kid Policy Pays Off for ‘Elegant’ Italian EateryRemember that Italian restaurant that recently decided to reward the parents of well-behaved children with a discount? An Italian restaurant in North Carolina is taking the opposite approach — skipping the carrot and grabbing the stick.

Caruso’s, an Italian fine dining establishment in Mooresville, North Carolina — “Traditional, classy, intimate,” its website declares, in a fancy script font — has decided to ban children under 5. (“No Children’s Menu Available,” the site underscores.)

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Chefs’ Picks: Easter Brunch

by in Restaurants, April 9th, 2017

Make-Ahead Green Bean Casserole
Just as varied as the selection of sweets that typically come stuffed in an Easter basket are the food-centric customs that have sprung up around the holiday. Sunday brunch is one such beloved way to celebrate the occasion, with families sitting down to a special late-morning meal steeped in tradition. Here, several chefs divulge their favorite Easter brunch classics. Read more

Chefs’ Picks: Thai Takeout

by in Restaurants, April 2nd, 2017

Shrimp Pad Thai

The rainy days of April provide the perfect excuse to indulge in restaurant takeout in the comfortable confines of your own home. And what better way to channel the sunny days that lay just ahead (hello, May!) than by diving into the vibrant, heat-packed dishes that characterize Thai cuisine. Here, chefs around the US fill us in on their favorite Thai takeout dishes.

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Chefs’ Picks: Favorite Movie Treats

by in Restaurants, March 26th, 2017

Spicy Chipotle Mixed Nuts with Bacon and Popcorn

Movie nights are the perfect excuse for nibbling on sweet and salty snacks. When it comes time to watch the action unfold on the screen at home or in the cinema, even chefs who spend their days making masterful dishes prefer to cozy up with low-fuss fare. Here are some of their flick-ready favorites. Read more

Ticket to Dine: Why This Chef ‘Uberized’ His Michelin-Starred Restaurant

by in Restaurants, March 20th, 2017

Would you eat at a restaurant if you had to foot the entire bill in advance?

Turns out it’s not that wild of a concept. More and more Michelin-starred restaurants like Eleven Madison Park in New York and Alinea and Acadia in Chicago are converting to a ticketing system where diners reserve their tables by paying for the entire meal weeks, sometimes months, ahead of the booking — even the waiter’s tip.

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Chefs’ Picks: Gluten-Free Baked Goods

by in Restaurants, March 19th, 2017

Macarons
In the not-too-distant past, diners who wanted to avoid gluten in their baked goods often found themselves losing out on flavor. Not anymore. Those cardboard-tasting creations of yesteryear are being banished to the permanent castaway pile, as cafes, bakeries and sweet shops across the country create treats sans the wheat. Here, several chefs reveal the gluten-free indulgences they just can’t resist. Read more

Modest Lunch Spot in France Mistakenly Awarded a Michelin Star

by in News, Restaurants, March 18th, 2017

Modest Lunch Spot in France Mistakenly Awarded a Michelin StarEveryone makes mistakes, and chortling over those of others can make a person feel uncharitable. (People who live in glass houses and all …) Still, it’s hard not to gawp and guffaw at a recent error — one as amusing as it was alarming — by the Michelin hotel and restaurant guide.

The august arbiter of taste messed up last month when it accidentally awarded one of its prestigious stars to a restaurant called Le Bouche à Oreille in Bourges, a town in central France. The coveted Michelin star was actually intended for a different restaurant named Le Bouche à Oreille, a fancy fine-dining establishment in Boutervilliers, near Paris.

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