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  1. Alain Ducasse’s vaunted ability as a chef might by matched by his flair for selecting restaurant sites. He soon will add four establishments to his ever-expanding empire—two in New York, one in...
  2. Rod Browne Mitchell sometimes rises early to go fishing aboard his 23-foot powerboat before heading to his office in Portland, Maine. For Mitchell, the founder and owner of Browne Trading Co., a...
  3. The Santa Monica, Calif., restaurant Whist occasionally hosts a bit of dinner theater; call it a fowl play. It begins with the aroma of roasted chicken filling the dining room as a server carries...
  4. Raymond Blanc is gaining mastery over mushrooms, inside and out. Having conquered them within the bounds of his kitchen, the French chef is attempting to grow them on his property. In 2005, under the...
  5. Ad Hoc (707.944.2487), as its name suggests, was conceived by Thomas Keller for a very specific purpose: to generate some cash flow from the former Wine Garden restaurant in Yountville, Calif., while...
  6. Restaurant Guy Savoy, Las Vegas Guy Savoy used to have little regard for Las Vegas. His translator (Savoy speaks little English) struggles to find the word that best expresses the French chef’s...
  7. Green T. House Living ( www.greenteahouse.com.cn ), a restaurant and teahouse located near the Wenyu River on the outskirts of Beijing, is the latest creation of Chinese master chef JinR. The...
  8. Those shiny black Suburbans seen ranging British Columbia’s Fraser Valley are not transporting foreign dignitaries; they are carrying epicureans to the area’s best farmers, winemakers, bakers, cheese...
  9. Sometimes," says chef Terrance Brennan, "change for change’s sake is good." Thus for the sake of change, at least, Brennan ordered a top-down renovation of Picholine ( www.picholinenyc.com ), the...
  10. For those with sufficient foresight, the wait for jamón Ibérico bellota is nearly over. In 2004, La Tienda, a Williamsburg, Va.,–based online purveyor of foods imported from Spain, began accepting $...

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