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Martina wows diners with flavors of Argentina and Italy in south Minneapolis

The meal started with pancakes, although they were no ordinary flapjacks. Martina chef/co-owner Daniel del Prado fashioned them from almond flour, a gluten-free alternative that...  more »

Austin StarChefs Cite Collaboration and Failure Among Their Sources of Inspiration – Part 1 of 2

There was a time when “Texas fine foods” was an oxymoron – like “military intelligence” and “Microsoft Works.” Those days are long gone, especially in Central Texas, where the...  more »

04/12/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Mixology, RestaurantsSource: Symrise

Latin Flavor Exploration Chef Interview Series

The Latin Flavor Exploration Chef Interview Series is a part of a larger initiative, Sabor In America — created by Symrise's Marketing and Consumer Insights team — which focuses on...  more »

Chef Digby Stridiron Wants to Change the Conversation on American Food

If chef Digby Stridiron didn't cook for a living, he says that he might have become a history teacher. This makes a lot of sense, because Stridiron is constantly researching the...  more »

Chopped Finalist's Mission to Master Dessert

Jared Goldberg goes out with friends on most weekend nights, but he'll leave by midnight to get some sleep. By 4 a.m., he's up and out the door, just as his friends are coming...  more »

03/26/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Restaurants, Food TrendsSource: Out

The Culinary World Wants You to Stop and Eat the Roses

Courtesy of Jennifer Olson (Corrida) Spring has sprung - at least judging by all the plates in full bloom at restaurants throughout the country. The not-so-secret ingredient of so...  more »

03/23/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Restaurants, MexicanSource: Eater

Chef Hugo Ortega Is Still Preaching the Gospel of Oaxacan Cuisine

2017 was a pretty remarkable year for Houston chef Hugo Ortega, Eater's chef of the year. Just before Super Bowl madness descended on Space City in January of last year, Ortega and...  more »

A Year of Culinary Innovation: Best of Symrise Roundtable Discussions

Every year, Symrise partners up with StarChefs to stay ahead of the curve on the contemporary American dining scene. With this partnership, we are exposed to up-and-coming chefs,...  more »

The Russian Chef Who Is Bringing Back His Homeland's Colorful, Classic Cuisine

Chef's Table restaurant in Moscow is a cozy space. There are about 20 seats at a horseshoe-shaped bar with a kitchen in the middle. It's a small room, but the man who runs this...  more »

A Restaurant That Marries Seattle Ingredients to Southern Cuisine

Who would have guessed that the hottest new Southern restaurant in the country is in a quiet residential neighborhood in Seattle? Or that it would score a James Beard award...  more »

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Innovation and Trends from the 2018 Winter Fancy Food Show

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