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Kimchi Twists
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August 28, 2017

Love kimchi? Check out this guide for new interpretations of this classic Korean side.

CITY GUIDES | Seattle
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February 14, 2019

Want to fall in love with Seattle? Here's how to do it, according to two very respectable chefs.

COUNTRY GUIDES: Germany
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December 16, 2019

Want to fall in love with Germany? From traditional dishes to the more unexpected, here's how to do it according to four experts.

Lamb Lovers
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January 1, 2015

February is Lamb Lovers Month and we've paired up with the American Lamb Board to share our favorite dishes with ewe!

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

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.

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!

Sour Cream Cake is the Only Holiday Gift You Need to Give
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Acclaimed LA pastry chef Valerie Gordon is wise in all things sweet, including how to give the ultimate expression of care to a loved one: a homemade dessert. Her sour cream cake with a berry compote sounds fancy, but with a few tricks from her and an extra helping of FAGE sour cream to take it over the tangy top, you will be making it all season long.

Make Perfect Simple with Cortney Burns, Nick Balla, and Sansaire
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We're told not to sweat the small stuff, but the small stuff, especially in cooking, is the whole point. ChefsFeed Contributing Chefs Nick Balla and Cortney Burns (Bar Tartine) know this better than most—but even the most intricate labors of love can be achieved with less labor. We hooked them up with the folks at Sansaire to put its line of sous vide products to the test in and out of the pro kitchen. Here's a look at what went down. The results? ChefsFeed approved.

Parallels | Tom Gore and Liza Shaw
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If it makes a better product, you do what it takes to get it there. When Tom Gore Vineyards and Merigan Sub Shop's Liza Shaw compare notes, they discover more #parallels between a damn fine sandwich and a glass of wine than you’d expect: both take time, and—if you love them—don’t feel like work. Sponsored

A New Kind of Local
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September 10, 2019

Growing up in her father’s garden, chef Michelle Minori developed a natural love for fruits and vegetables that carries through to her cooking today. Here’s how she puts together the season’s best produce with some of Plenty’s finest greens to create a killer trout dish and a “guilty salad” that we don’t feel guilty about eating at all.

Rooted in Tradition | The Food Scene in Utah
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Any vision for the future is useless without a deep respect for what came before. In Utah, chefs create under a lens that combines contemporary cravings with a deeply-held love of place—whether that’s a cookie so beloved it’s become a local celebrity in its own right, or a centuries-old distillery that continues to define modern palates. Join Salt Lake City chef Amanda McGraw [The Copper Onion] and visiting chef-with-a-soft-spot-for-the-slopes, Sarah Simmons [Birds & Bubbles], as they bask in cold, clean sunlight and consider the city through the pages of its trailblazing menus.

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