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  1. Chefs who came up at Noma are opening inventive restaurants of their own and taking the Danish capital’s cuisine into adventurous new territory.
  2. There may be no more profound sense of well-being than that which descends upon Zaranda at sunset.
  3. In the 20 years since Gastón Acurio opened a small restaurant in Lima, Peru, he has propelled his country’s cuisine to the forefront of contemporary gastronomy, created a global empire of 40-plus...
  4. A year ago, Eamon Rockey and chef Bryce Shuman, both formerly of Eleven Madison Park, took over the space at the gaudy Brasserie Pushkin, stripped it of its gilded furnishings, and opened one of New...
  5. Those who think that the most exciting cooking in Texas comes from a barbecue pit should think again...
  6. With La Brea bakery, Nancy Silverton reinvented the neighborhood bakery. With Pizzeria Mozza, she introduced pizza to the gastrocenti.
  7. When chef Curtis Stone opened his first restaurant this year, it was not the sort of place one would have expected from the host of television’s Top Chef Masters.
  8. Like the individuals who created it, New Nordic cuisine is almost always restrained, but at Oaxen Krog, chef Magnus Ek imbues that restraint with new levels of refinement.
  9. When diners walk into San Francisco’s Tosca Cafe, they still encounter the towering vintage cappuccino machine behind the bar, the rusty red-and-black-checkered floor, and the jukebox that plays...
  10. From the briny perfection of May River oysters to the cutting-edge cuisine of California’s top chefs, food festivals from coast to coast are celebrating American regional cooking.