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Meet Chef Julian Medina — The Adventurous Technician of New York’s Mexican Food Scene

If you love Mexican cuisine and you haven’t heard of the acclaimed chef Julian Medina, you are definitely missing out! Professionally trained in French cooking, chef Julian has been concentrating a world of techniques into Mexican ingredients to create various concepts that represent his version of refined Mexican food since 1999. Chef Medina at Bowl …

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Ciders Meet Wines, Farmers Meet Savorers at Eden Specialty Ciders

A legend in the cider world, Eden Ciders’ Eleanor Leger — along with her husband Albert — has been bringing the world of fermented apples together in countless different ways. Whether through epic collaborations, local support or unique tasting experiences, the team at Eden has shown that their heart and soul belong to the community.  …

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BBQ with a Cho-rean flair by chef Robert Austin Cho

Born in Seoul, raised in Jersey and grew from the influences of Texas, chef Robert Austin Cho and his BBQ at Kimchi Smoke simply refuse to be boxed into any region. He breaks down boundaries and definitions by marrying everything on the menu from Chonut to Chominican rice, while adding to them a uniquely Korean …

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BBQ with A Side of Stories by Chef Jesse Jones

A Newark native and a North Carolina’s god son, chef Jesse Jones has his own inventive way to spice up southern cuisine. Whether it be his professional culinary training, his grandmother’s secret recipes, or his big aunt’s storytelling lessons, chef Jesse will be serving you flavorful southern BBQ with a side of smiles on his …

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Eric Pallant Has Only Scratched the Surface of the History of Bread in “Sourdough Culture”

Eric Pallant’s resume is full of degrees in environmental sciences, published academic works and teaching credentials from California to Israel and back to Pennsylvania, where he now lives and teaches at Allegheny College. So why did we want to talk to him? Because he wrote an excellent book called Sourdough Culture: A History of Bread …

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An Interview with Aaron Franklin at Brisket King® NYC 2017

2017 was a great year at Brisket King® NYC featuring many Texas brisket experts including Aaron Franklin of Franklin Barbecue, Daniel Vaughn of Texas Monthly and John Tesar of Knife Restaurant as judges. Here’s an exclusive with Aaron Franklin from the event with his top tips for making brisket. The post An Interview with Aaron …

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