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Philadelphia StarChefs: Local, Seasonal and Hybrid Produce

Wedged between New York and DC, Philadelphians have a reputation for doubling down on their local pride. That pride is evident in the city’s culinary scene, which encompasses both...  more »

29 Fall Restaurant Openings You Need to Know About

From uptown crullers to subterranean sushi, what youll be eating next. A stupendous limestone bar is the focal point of brothers Anthony and Tom Martignettis latest restaurant...  more »

Long Misunderstood, Appalachian Food Finds the Spotlight

Chefs like Sean Brock and Katie Button are embracing and expanding on the region's cooking, which is far more varied than most people realize. ASHEVILLE, N.C. - If you were...  more »

Filipino Food Has a Lot to Gain as It Builds Traction in the United States

Lumpia are the glimmering golden pillars of Filipino cuisine. Usually containing minced meat and vegetables, these deep-fried rolls may also contain raisins, jackfruit, or bananas....  more »

What's New on the (Fall) Menu?

Fall limited-time offers are here. Not only do they include pumpkin and caramel-flavored treats but also plenty of plant- and fruit-based options, comfort foods reimagined in...  more »

These New York Chefs Don't Aspire for "Authenticity"

The American food scene is getting more and more diverse as flavors from all over the world make their way stateside—from the spicy molés and tender barbacoas of Mexico, to the...  more »

Are Fermented Pizzas a Trend to Watch? We Asked a Pro to Find Out

Thanks to its enduring popularity, pizza proves a valuable target for trends. From off-the-wall toppings to pies designed for different meal periods ("breakfast pizza" and "dessert...  more »

Southern Revival: Traditional Cuisine Gets an International Flair

An Interview with Chef Alex Harrell The question “What’s on the menu?” is giving rise to a new answer in the South with the evolution of Southern Revival cuisine. A testament to...  more »

08/19/2019

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Meat, RestaurantsSource: Food And Wine

The Smoked Texas Barbecue Burger Is a Thing of Glory

For decades, tradition has ruled Texas barbecue, but a recent boom of rule-breaking operations has shifted menus away from just the Texas Trinity of brisket, sausage, and pork...  more »

Tomato Ramen Is the Noodle Innovation We Need Now

Ramens chef Kiyoyuki Miyashita will debut an idea he first began to consider half a decade ago. At his Hells Kitchen location, hell serve noodles in a cabbage broth with some...  more »

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