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  1. Technique is imperative—in fact, it must be flawless. But the food still comes first. So declares the unconventional Christopher Kostow of the Restaurant at Meadowood, who became a Michelin-starred...
  2. Rare Ferraris and Porsches will be among the more than 200 automotive classics that will be shown on Friday, August 14, at the Quail, a Motorsports Gathering . As usual, the event—set on the lawn at...
  3. Lee Wolen’s menu at Boka in Chicago’s Lincoln Park is often characterized as “approachable”—an unusually subdued descriptor considering the Chicago Tribune named Wolen as the 2014 Chef of the Year...
  4. Curtis Duffy knew at a young age that he had a passion for cooking: a middle-school home-economics class sparked his tremendous love of the kitchen. After completing culinary school in Ohio, he...
  5. Automotive enthusiasts from around the world will flock to California’s Monterey Peninsula the second week of August, culminating with the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance on Sunday,...
  6. Growing up in the beachside community of Dana Point, Calif., Justin Devillier spent blithe summers on the Pacific fishing for yellowtail and albacore; in the fall and winter he would dive for...
  7. A native son dedicated to the culinary riches of southern Louisiana, John Besh has set the benchmark for fine dining in New Orleans—a town whose very identity is bound to its food. His flagship...
  8. The Porsche Cayman GTS is a serious sports car with a long, low profile.
  9. Columbus Yachts—whose Columbus Sport Hybrid 40M received a Robb Report Best of the Best mention in 2014—is targeting the American and Asian markets with its versatile Columbus Oceanic Coupé 50M...
  10. Terraced hills of historic vineyards surround this new riverfront oasis for oenophiles. Why Go: Visit the resort for the wines and the views. The Six Senses Douro Valley , which opened in July, gives...

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