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Angela Dimayuga: Chef Behind the Wok at Mission Chinese

Angela Dimayuga Age 31 Hometown San Jose, Calif. Now Lives In a "big floor-through brownstone flat" in Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn, which she shares with a roommate. Claim to Fame...  more »

Los Angeles Restaurant Scene Is on the Move and Mixing It Up

The energy in Los Angeles restaurants is very much in keeping with what is taking place in other spheres across this city, from museums to music to architecture. "There are so few...  more »

Healthy food has become mainstream

The Hippies Have Won

Deborah Madison, the author and chef who made vegetarian cooking sophisticated with her 1987 cookbook, " Greens," has seen this food before: She cooked it in the 1960s and '70s, as...  more »

A MacGyver of Slow-Cooked Meats at Franklin Barbecue

Mr. Franklin is a gearhead and a MacGyver with obsessive tendencies. Men like him were building hot rods in the 1960s and six-chambered bongs in the '70s. In the 2000s, Mr....  more »

Is Sushi 'Healthy'? What About Granola? Where Americans and Nutritionists Disagree

Is popcorn good for you? What about pizza, orange juice or sushi? Or frozen yogurt, pork chops or quinoa? Which foods are healthy? In principle, it's a simple enough question, and...  more »

The American Thanksgiving

The Times asked 15 American families to talk about the dishes on their Thanksgiving tables that speak best to their heritage and traditions, and to who we are. These are their...  more »

10/21/2016

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, CulinarySource: www.nytimes.com

They May Be Bars, but Don't Tell the Chefs

Restaurants have made bar food their own. In fancy kitchens serving fancy dining rooms, chefs have found almost inconceivably fancy ways to make pub and roadhouse food. The burgers...  more »

Two New Stops for Middle Eastern Food: Dizengoff and Gyro96

Served with a slug of olive oil, half-torn parsley and a small sandstorm of paprika, the hummus is very, very good. Is it the best in New York? I may quibble that it's a little too...  more »

08/22/2016

Beyond the Plate

Tags: CulinarySource: www.nytimes.com

Stocking the 'New Native' Pantry

Inspired by the native cooks who tapped trees to boil sap and produce maple sugar, Mr. Sherman, who does not cook with white sugar, uses locally made maple syrup as a sweetener in...  more »

From Kefir to 'Cucamelons,' Sampling the Next Wave of Natural Foods

ANAHEIM, Calif. - If you had any remaining doubts about the popularity of organic and so-called natural foods, a visit to the Anaheim Convention Center here last week would have...  more »

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