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Eating One of South Korea's Sweetest Snacks in NYC

In a return to New York City, K-Town host Matthew Kang goes to Oiji, one of the best practitioners of modern Korean cuisine in the city. He first marvels at the restaurant's...  more »

Korean Scientists Are Making Kimchi Less Smelly For Westerners

Kimchi is synonymous with South Korea. Though it's only a side dish, the mix of fermented vegetables and spices is so common in Korean households that a South Korean-born chef once...  more »

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The Canal Street Market Brings the Upscale Food Court to Chinatown

Does New York need another upscale food hall? The developer behind the Canal Street Market certainly thinks so, at least in his neck of downtown. A 12,000-square-foot space, the...  more »


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The Eater Guide to Tokyo

Tokyo is the food paradise that every city hopes to become: where Jiro dreams of sushi, where ramen demands noisy slurping, where cocktails taste best 40 floors above the ground....  more »

Chef Michael Gulotta of Mopho in New Orleans Louisiana is putting out great dishes that blend the flavors of Southeast Asia with the cuisine of Louisiana

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Michael Gulotta: Bringing Southeast Asia to New Orleans

Symrise caught up with Chef Michael Gulotta of MOPHO New Orleans, a recent Iron Chef Gauntlet Competitor, Starchefs Rising Star Chef and one of Food & Wine Magazine's Best New...  more »

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This Korean Food Phenomenon Is Changing the Internet

Meet the American YouTubers who are now trying to cash in on mukbang more »

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Why Mauritius' cuisine is a melting pot of European, African and punchy Asian flavors

Try our crocodile meat curry. It's delicious." The manager at The Hungry Crocodile restaurant at La Vanille Nature Park in south Mauritius , home to Nile crocodiles, Aldabra giant...  more »

Chef Leah Cohen - photo by Justine Dungo

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Spotlight On Chef Leah Cohen of Pig and Khao NYC

Photo by Justine Dungo Leah Cohen credits her heritage for giving her the wherewithal to think – and cook – outside the box. Half Filipino, half Russian-Romanian Jew, she started...  more »


Awesome Sauce: Why Gochujang Is a Gamechanger

LONG BEFORE IT seemed every tasty food was hyperbolically labeled "crack," chef Sohui Kim started spreading her morning biscuits with a substance it's hard to say no to: butter...  more »

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LSXO takes Vietnamese food to a whole new level

Tin Vuong is a perpetual people pleaser, which for a chef with a restaurant empire as ambitious as his is meant as a hearty compliment. Over the last five years, the San Gabriel...  more »

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