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    Eyes of the Explorer: Hopkins
    In Case You Missed It: ChefsFeed Indie Week Chicago
    Tattoos and Food Memories: Chef Ink with Lauren Macellaro
    Eyes of the Explorer: San Ignacio
    Eyes of the Explorer: San Pedro
    Bonnie Morales' Guide to the Willamette Valley
    Ben Jacobsen’s Guide to the Oregon Coast
    Balancing The Kitchen And Catching Waves
    Summer Burger Perfection, Don’t Forget the Tots
    In Which You Chill As Hard As Possible | Off the Clock
    All the Butter, All the Cheese, All the Pasta | Effortless
    One Of Those Days | Worst Shift Ever
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    A Prize-Winning Buffalo Chicken Dip
    01:18

    The competition was fierce, but the Popchips gods have spoken: Boston chef Steve “Nookie” Postal [Boston Red Sox, Commonwealth] and his cheesy, hot sauce-spiked Buffalo chicken dip proved a match made in dip heaven (a real place!) for the new Popchips ridges. Learn how to make it, and then learn how to not house the whole bowl by yourself.

    Whole Roasted Strip Loin | Medium Rare
    02:09

    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

    Chef Slang: Crushed
    01:41
    July 12, 2017

    You thought today was gonna be okay, didn’t you? Wrong. Wrong, wrong, wrong. In Chef Slang’s season one finale, we pay tribute to the many ways one’s mind, body, and soul can cross to the Kitchen Afterlife.

    Braised Short Rib | Medium Rare
    02:59

    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

    Jerome Grant’s Museum-Worthy Oxtail Pepperpot
    01:22

    The best things in life are passed down through generations—just like the allspice and cinnamon-scented oxtail of Chef Jerome Grant’s ancestry, currently on offer at Sweet Home Café in The National Museum of African American History and Culture.

    Portland Proper with Chef Cristina Baez | My 'Hood
    04:21

    In My Hood, tag along on an ordinary day in the life of an extraordinary chef—together, discover the best things about the routines that power their days and nights. Chef Cristina Baez's particular brand of busy is already up and at it while yours is still blinking in the morning sun; everything has to be quick, and it's gotta be good. Sponsored by Modelo.

    A Portland Paradise with Chefs Maya Lovelace and Stephen Jones
    05:05

    Being in Portland is like waking up and realizing that a crazy wonderful dream you had is real: there are s’mores xurros and flaming drinks and cozy cafes at the base of a volcanic cinder cone. For Phoenix’s Chef Stephen Jones (The Larder + The Delta), each corner of Portland is a new discovery—and there’s no better guide than Chef Maya Lovelace (Mae). Sponsored

    Barbacoa de Brisket | Medium Rare
    03:13

    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

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