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Chef Spotlight: Tail Up Goat's Jon Sybert

Sybert leads the kitchen of the one-Michelin-starred Tail Up Goat in Washington, D.C....

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Herbs and Flowers Flourish Underground at Farm.One in NYC

Adjacent to two-Michelin-star Atera, Farm.One distributes lesser-known microgreens and herbs to chefs throughout the boroughs....

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30 Years at Aureole

Chef Charlie Palmer celebrates three decades at his flagship restaurant in New York City....

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Fieldcraft: The Wisdom of Farming Passed Down Through the Years

One independent and small winery that I place among the top in Chile is Garage Wine Co. Not only their wines are great, but their work goes beyond what’s in the bottle. I’ve been to some of the ancient dry-farmed vineyards where they source their grapes and met some of the growers that work with Derek Mossman and his partners, like Don Nivaldo Morales, and I think they have the right approach to preserving Chile's cultural heritage and the artisanal...

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The History of Washington D.C.'s Dining Scene

Steak and potatoes gives way to caramelized scallops with toasted farro....

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5Qs with NoMad’s Thomas Pastuszak

The wine director of Daniel Humm and Will Guidara’s one-Michelin-starred restaurant has been in love with wine since college....

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A Decade of Dirt Candy

Amanda Cohen's vegetable restaurant celebrates 10 years in New York City....

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Winemaker Christian Moreau on Life in Chablis

Christian Moreau didn’t grow up wanting to make wine, despite being the fifth generation of a winemaking family in Chablis. “When I was 17, I didn’t want to go to school or work in the vineyard or the cellar,” he explains. “I had a cousin who was logging in a small village in Canada, out in the middle of nowhere. They had a big pulp mill.” After purchasing a one-way ticket, Christian spent more than a decade working as a...

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Chef Spotlight: Jessica Craig

The L'Artusi pastry chef wants to have a career that inspires others....

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