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Bill Kim hoping Olympics will shed new light on Korean cuisine

With the winter Olympics officially opening Friday, Chef Bill Kim will be serving up some Olympic-inspired dishes at his Chicagourbanbelly and bellyQ restaurants for the kick-off....  more »

New York Chefs Are Discovering All the Possibilities of the Sweet Potato

The roots have yet to attain the chef-driven cult-veg status of kale or Brussels sprouts, but there are signs of change thanks to the advent of alternative varieties that are less...  more »

Grant Achatz, Science-Minded Chef, Turns to Cloning

"Our Bloody Mary is very unique," our server said brightly. "It takes about 15, 20 minutes to make." "Is it served ... cold?" my friend asked, hope flickering weakly in her voice....  more »

William Werner of Craftsman and Wolves
02/06/2018

Sweet Talk

Tags: Dessert, Bakery, ChefsSource: Symrise

Pastry Innovation with William Werner of Craftsman and Wolves

There’s pure beauty in the creations spun out by Chef William Werner of San Francisco’s Craftsman and Wolves (CAW). A 2015 and 2016 finalist for the James Beard Outstanding Baker...  more »

Chefs are sweet on housemade vinegars

When his assistant general manager gifted him a bucket of crab apples a few months ago, chef Drew Tobin made them into a crab-apple vinaigrette to go with Goose Point oysters on...  more »

Winter Produce Inspiration

Summer gets LOTS of produce attention, but some of my favorites shine all winter! Kale, brussels sprouts, and squash get attention throughout the fall, but there are lots of other...  more »

Culinary Chronicles: Recapping Symrise's 2017 Trends

By Chef Ron Spaziani As we start a new year let’s take a look back at the Symrise 2017 North American Savory Food Trends. We uncovered 11 trends last year based on news stories,...  more »

Jonathan Gold's top 10 LA Food Trend Predictions for 2018

Not so long ago, female-led kitchens in Los Angeles were so common as to seem almost unremarkable, and the era when the best restaurants were presided over by the likes of Nancy...  more »

01/22/2018

Beyond the Plate

Tags: Chefs, Food TrendsSource: Yahoo News

Canada embraces indigenous cuisine, a long-silenced culinary tradition

NishDish in Toronto, a restaurant run by Anishinaabe chef Johl Whiteduck Ringuette, is devoted to indigenous cuisine. In a city offering menus from around the globe, more than 800...  more »

The Endless Possibilities for Bread at the 2017 StarChefs ICC

Fusion cooking — the combination of different ethnic cuisines’ recipes, ingredients and techniques — often gets a bad rap in the food world. What Modernist Bread co-author...  more »

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