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R.O.K.C
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Hamilton Heights, New York
$$, Happy Hour, Japanese, Full Bar, Seafood, Cocktail
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The Best Sweetbread Dishes
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Nobody's quite sure how these rich, meaty glandular morsels came to be called "sweetbreads," but uh — they rule. Stop worrying about it.

America, Fuck Yeah
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June 29, 2016

The stuff of patriotic dream-feasts. (Except Jell-O Pie. How has no one reviewed one of those beauties yet?)

Smoked Ribeye | Medium Rare
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In Texas, beef is a blank canvas. It has the power to bring communities together, to evoke heritage, and to prompt whole new levels of creativity. For Thai-born, Texas-raised Chef Uno Immanivong, a smoky mesquite ribeye topped with a fish sauce and lime-spiked salsa is as close to home as it gets. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

The Dish That Will Save Your Busy Weeknights
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If there’s ever anything you don’t want to stick to your pan, it’s the pan-fried pork dumplings with ponzu sauce you whipped up after a really, really long day you’d rather not talk about. In this new series sponsored by PAM, chefs show us how the new PAM Spray Pump fits into their at-home kitchen rituals—by combining ease with quality (and yes: by not sticking). Learn more here.

Braised Short Rib | Medium Rare
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For Chef Justin Turner (Bernie’s Burger Bus) Texas was the culinary playground he’d been waiting for his whole career. After a decade of living in the state where cultures collide and hospitality is second nature, Turner’s vision of a Texan beef centerpiece combines a signature low-and-slow braise with a Southern riff on tabbouleh—a bejeweled side dish studded with pomegranates and local pecans and designed around easy entertaining. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare Sponsored

One Day In Austin | Ep. 1
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Want to know how to make the most out of a stop in Austin, TX? For Tavel Bristol-Joseph, pastry chef and co-owner of local favorite Emmer & Rye, that’s easy: Tex-Mex BBQ, backyard Thai, and a night of live music at the best dive in town. Follow along as he shows chef Blake Edmunds of Denver’s Señor Bear the ropes—and listen for the sweet sounds of ‘Running Home to You' by Austin's Bee Caves. Good vibes brought to you in partnership with Visit Austin!

One Day In Austin | Ep. 2
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For Callie Speer, chef of brunch-all-day sanctum Holy Roller, no other city gives itself over to the whimsy and the wildness of the culinary world quite like Austin, Texas. Tag along as Speer and chef Jonathan Whitener (Here’s Looking At You, Los Angeles) go deep on live music, Detroit-style pizza, and Southern-style ramen. Good vibes brought to you in partnership with Visit Austin, with soundtrack love from local band Swimming with Bears.

Whole Roasted Strip Loin | Medium Rare
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Who knew that such a larger-than-life state had mastered the art of small-town charm? For Chef Michael Fojtasek (Olamaie, Austin), it’s all part of the Texas experience. When you’re here, it’s best to cook for a crowd in case they show up. The show-stopping cut up for that particular task is none other than the strip loin, slow-cooked and reverse-seared. It’s a centerpiece that requires a little patience and finesse, but the payoff is immediate—guests have a hard time hiding their delight when it hits the table. Pair it with some bright greens and boom: now you’re everyone’s favorite neighbor. See more: https://www.chefsfeed.com/medium-rare

One Day in Austin | Ep. 3
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The best cities are the ones that provide an experience worthy of your every mood—like a grab-bag of spontaneous cravings and uncharted new loves. That’s Austin in a nutshell. Local Yoshi Okai of Otoko leads the way as Melissa Chou of San Francisco’s Mister Jiu’s discovers sashimi infused with the spirit of Texas, a game-changing taqueria, and a legendary rock club or two. Brought to you in collaboration with Visit Austin, featuring music from locals Capyac and Calliope Musicals!

Don't Miss the New Chefs Feed!
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We're pleased to introduce the latest version of the Chefs Feed app, v3.5. It's our best experience to date, whether you're looking for an amazing meal nearby or want to learn more about the most influential chefs in your city or around the globe.
An Interview with Gavin Kaysen
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This week, Chefs Feed met up with renowned chef Kaysen at his restaurant, Cafe Boulud, in New York City's Upper West Side.
Where to Watch March Madness Games with Chef-Picked Snacks
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To help gear up for March Madness, we've put together a list of our contributing chefs' favorite game-day food at pubs, bars, and restaurants across the country. As always, these recommendations are hand-picked by our contributing chefs, so don't hesitate to swap your fries for sweet and spicy pig's ears—you might find a new favorite bar snack, chef-style.
Spring Dishes Coming Out of Hibernation
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Spring brings a ton of inspiring ingredients into the kitchen, so we pulled up some dishes from the Chefs Feed database that celebrate its seasonal ingredients like asparagus, peas, rhubarb, strawberries, and artichokes. Be on the lookout for these chef-picked dishes as menus make the shift over from winter to spring in the coming months.
An Interview with Alex Stupak
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This week, Chefs Feed met up with renowned chef Stupak at his restaurant, Empellón Cocina, in New York City's East Village.
Lemon Dishes for the Lime Shortage
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There's a lime shortage going on across the U.S. due to a combination of weather, disease, and other factors that's been driving prices through the roof for restaurants.
10 Chef-Approved Brunch Spots for Easter
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If you're planning to start your Easter morning with some eggs (not of the pastel dyed variety), we've pulled together this list of the brunch spots that our contributing chefs love, serving everything from morning pastries to Venezuelan style brunch.
An Interview with Jon Sloan
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This week, Chefs Feed met up with renowned chef Sloan at his restaurant, Juniper & Ivy, in San Diego's Little Italy.
The Top 10 Tacos in the U.S. for Cinco de Mayo
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Tacos are one of the foods chefs always pick when they are choosing their favorite dishes: collectively they've picked hundreds and hundreds of variations for Chefs Feed. So for Cinco de Mayo, we culled our database to present ten of the all-time top chef picks, from traditional, to modern. Here's where you might catch a chef celebrating the holiday. Bonus: We've got margaritas covered too.
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