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  1. Malibu, Calif., is better known for providing respite from the hustle and bustle of Los Angles than for its fine-dining scene.
  2. Click to see which up-and-coming chef has been named our new Culinary Master for 2015…
  3. It is fairly well settled among all but the grimmest misanthropes and most grasping misers that it is better to give than to receive.
  4. In the Piedmont region of Italy, where Cristiano Cremi­nelli’s family has been curing artisanal meats since the 1600s, chubs of salami might be redolent with Barolo or white truffles.“In Italy, we...
  5. Chef Thomas Keller and a coterie of fans toast the legendary restaurant’s 20th anniversary…
  6. While San Francisco’s Quince is temporarily closed for renovations this summer, the Michelin two-star restaurant will move to the city’s Hedge Gallery for a five-week pop-up dinner series.
  7. Santa Barbara County along California’s Central Coast, with its sprawling hills, valleys, and meadows, is home to more than 175 wineries.
  8. Seven of the world’s most influential chefs—each with a Michelin three-star restaurant and a spot on the World’s 50 Best Restaurants list—are making surprising moves around the globe and shaking up...
  9. Alain Ducasse has redefined what it means to be a great French chef. He was the first one to open restaurants around the world, and today his 20 restaurants on four continents hold a total of 17...
  10. Moët & Chandon has teamed up with the Michelin three-star chef Yannick Alléno, formerly of Le Meurice in Paris, to open Le &—a pop-up restaurant set within the L’Orangerie reception space in...

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