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America’s Rich Eye Chinese Food as Latest Haute Cuisin

From coast to coast in the United States, there is a sense that a new day is dawning for Chinese cuisine....

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Hungry for love: is Los Angeles falling for Filipino food?

Every winter, US food writers compile their predictions for food trends in the coming year – and every year at least...

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Kabul by the Bay: Afghan culinary adventures in Northern California

Fremont, which finds itself on the north-easternmost verge of Silicon Valley and is the largest suburb in the San Francisco Bay...

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A new era for Cambodian culture and cuisine in Long Beach

Long Beach California’s Cambodian community shares a lot in common – not least a history of pain. Forged in the 1970s...

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New York Thais take their dining with a side of authenticity

Like many Buddhist monks, Thawin Puhkao—the abbot of the Wat Buddha Thai Thavorn Vanaram temple in the Elmhurst neighborhood in the...

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Chefs Embrace the Power of the ‘Instagram Juggernaut’

David Posey discovered the power of Instagram almost by accident. Before his heavily anticipated new restaurant Elske opened in Chicago, Posey posted a picture to...

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How a Frat-House Staple Finally Earned the Respect of America’s Top Bartenders

Everyone has a Jägermeister story, often a bit fuzzy, usually youthful, almost always regrettable. Downed as a shot, or dropped into...

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Is NYC’s Most Iconic Sandwich Dying?

The deli, they say, is dying. They’re not talking about the corner markets or bodegas that appear on nearly every New...

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Russian Bread Wine Is the Original Vodka

It’s not often that there’s a new booze to report. Especially a new booze that is so old. Polugar—also known as bread...

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