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Funky Fruits & Vegetables
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In honor of all the awesome summer produce coming back into season, we're celebrating the great many things chefs can do with fruits and vegetables!

Scary Good Dishes
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October 27, 2015

The finest chef-picked places to get your fill of ears, hearts, heads, an assortment of tentacles, and BRAIIINNNNSSSSS.

The Best Damn Pozole
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February 26, 2016

Colds and hangovers don't stand a chance—find the best spots to cozy up to a hot bowl of this traditional Mexican soup, here.

Currying Favor
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February 29, 2016

Puns aside, these are the best of the best—Indian, Thai, and everything in between.

Sticky Grits Is The Kind of Drama You Don’t Need Right Now
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You think you don’t have time to screw up your dinner? Chefs with kids are on a whole other level. Janine Booth, mother of two and chef-owner of Stiltsville Fish Bar in Miami, relies on Circulon's heavy-duty, easy-to-use cookware to whip up feast-sized portions of shrimp and grits for her crew—with no blood, sweat, or tears. Tears of joy, maybe.

Making Your Mark with Chef Miguel Aguilar | Spark
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When you work in Miami’s Wynwood district, the art-drenched surroundings are a constant reminder that creation is driven by individual passion. Take Venezuela native Chef Miguel Aguilar (Wynwood Kitchen & Bar), who honors his past by infusing his plates with the color and tradition of his present. Inspired by the new line of Crocs designed for the workplace, we discover how one chef finds himself through his menu and lets the art in. Sponsored

Susan Spicer Puts Brunch on a Pizza | The Dish
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In honor of the beloved "big stupid country breakfast” that is Mondo chef Susan Spicer’s at-home trademark, crispy slivers of Russet potatoes set the stage for a brunch-inspired pie—crowned with a soft egg and fresh chives. The result is the kind of crackly topography only possible with the right potato. Potatoes ain’t just for mashin’, folks. They’re one of the most versatile ingredients in the realm of things you can eat, running the gamut from fluffy to waxy and back again. They're magic, basically. Sponsored

Pure Pairing | Fairytale Pumpkin Curry
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As soon as New Orleans chef Michael Gulotta (MoPho) said fairytale pumpkin, we were goners. Then he said curry, and the next logical step was to just sit back and see how he could possibly make this situation better. Then came apples, ham, bright galangal. You get the idea. Lest you fret the homey meal go unquenched, the finishing touch on Gulotta’s globally-inspired dish is Pure Leaf Unsweetened Black Tea — a real leaf-brewed tea that makes for sheer harmony between food and drink. Sponsored

Pure Pairing | Cornish Game Hen
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Like any good Southerner, cole slaw will always hold a special place in Chef Miles Landrem’s heart. Now that he commands the kitchen at NOLA’s Johnny Sanchez, he likes it bright and citrusy for the season — a sunny complement to the endlessly versatile and adorable grilled Cornish game hen. To paint a complete picture, Landrem turns to Pure Leaf Raspberry Flavor Iced Tea — a real leaf-brewed tea with just enough sweetness to pair with this thoroughly Southern spread. Sponsored

Pure Pairing | Bourbon
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December 22, 2016

The Landrem family are the proud owners of a little Southern citrus grove, so it’s no surprise that any drink Chef Miles of Johnny Sánchez keeps in his arsenal is going to contain three things the South does best: bourbon, citrus, and of course, sweet tea. This cocktail is impossible to screw up, thanks to the versatility of Pure Leaf Sweet Tea — made from real leaf-brewed tea — and gives you every reason to go satsuma-wild while they’re in season. Sponsored

Reinventing Creole with Tory McPhail | Spark
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When we think New Orleans, we think Commander’s Palace. The beloved institution that has been serving up Haute Creole cuisine since the late 1800s, a culinary charge led by Chef Tory McPhail for 15 years and counting. McPhail’s vision is a finely honed double-edge: the best of the old and new, fueled by his love of vintage cookbooks from the region. Inspired by the new line of Crocs designed for the workplace, we set out to rediscover a time-honored classic in the hands of a distinctly modern talent. Sponsored

Dry-Rubbed Flank Steak | Medium Rare
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For Chef Brian Luscher, Texas is a never-ending story. If there’s any cut of beef that can fill its pages, it’s the flank: versatile enough for any flavor profile you can dream up, and big enough to serve everyone you love around a Texas-sized table. Chef Luscher likes his alongside the best of the region—roasted sweet potatoes and bright corn salsa—and so do we. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

Barbacoa de Brisket | Medium Rare
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In Texas, Mexican flavors and techniques infuse local cuisine with a sense of place, and provide a backbone of tradition for chefs like Chris Patrick. At Abacus in Dallas, Patrick’s menu is a nod to the great culinary cultures of the world; at home, he relies on a perfected masa recipe from his mother-in-law, coupled with a slow-cooked, classic barbacoa de brisket in banana leaves. It’s the kind of food that turns a dinner table into a giant magnet, and epitomizes the true soul of Texas dining. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

Unique Salads Freshly Picked By the Country's Best Chefs
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January brings on a lot of New Year's resolution-fueled salad eating. If you're growing fatigued of spring mix and chicken breast, here's where to find the most interesting takes on salad in the country–some are healthier than others, but all are vetted as delicious by the top chefs in the U.S.
The Top 50 Best Wings in the U.S. for the Super Bowl
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Who makes the best wings in your city? You could sift through pages of reviews online wondering whether you should even listen to them, or you could let us do the hard work and ask the best chefs in the country where to go.
Alden & Harlow Opens Tonight!
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Chefs Feed sat down with chef Michael Scelfo to get the lowdown on his new restaurant Alden & Harlow, officially opening tonight.
The Dish Chefs Love the Most in Your City
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Valentine's Day got us wondering: What dishes on Chefs Feed are the most beloved by our chef contributors? So we searched through our database to find out what dish had the most chef-picks in each of the cities we cover. Here's a look at what dishes get the most chef lovin' in their respective cities.
Los Angeles <3's Ramen More Than Your City
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At Chefs Feed, we know a lot about ramen. For instance, we can tell you exactly how many MILES worth of noodles the popular San Francisco Hapa Ramen stand slings in one service. (You'll have to watch our video from the Chefs Feed Network to find out!)
Eat Like a Chef at SXSW
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February 26, 2014
With SXSW around the corner March 7-16, we reached out to our chef contributors in Austin to ask the question: Where would you send the bands to eat?
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