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Calabrian food may not ring culinary bells like Neapolitan pizza or steak Florentine. So how do chefs entice diners to a lesser known cuisine, even from a well-eaten nation like Italy?

Join the Palo Alto Grill and Thomas Fogarty Winery & Vineyards for "Dinner With the Winemaker" dinner on Wednesday, August 21.

Much like his restaurants, which are housed in revamped gas stations, mortuaries, and brothels, Justin Cucci’s history is unique, to say the least.

The art of hospitality in Asia creates culture shock in those used to “What-can-I-getcha?” service. But dining as an experience to pamper the senses never goes out of style.

Santé Congratulates Amanda Gargano, Winner of the 2012 Roth Grand Cru® Getaway Contest

The Beachwood philosophy is executed through their passion for slow-smoked, dry-rubbed, southern style BBQ .

“Our objective at SD 26 is to cook as Italians in Italy cook today. The closer we can get to the cuisine of terroir-driven produce, the better the food." – Tony May

A Santé Q &A with chair of the Culinary Arts program at Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, Maureen Pothier.

You can YouTube, Tweet and Facebook 24/7. Pausing to schedule cooking classes seems so 1990s. With social media tools in his back pocket, Celebrity Cruises Corporate Chef Rufino Rengifo makes live cooking classes accessible and fun.

When it comes to beef, kitchens nationwide are finding an answer in the use of alternative cuts.

Rick Moonen, nationally acclaimed chef and owner of Rick Moonen’s rm seafood in Las Vegas, supports Alaska's wild fisheries, some of the world's most sustainable and healthy ecosystems.

Last year, Chef Vlach’s Grand Cru® Gruyere Ravioli with Swiss Chard, Apple and Sweet Potato Sauce took top honors in the Grand Cru® Recipe Contest.

Your Roth Cheese Grand Cru® Gruyere recipe could be your ticket to a culinary vacation package valued at $10,000 and you (and your winning recipe) could get a two-page spread in Santé magazine.

Consumers, chefs, retailers, fish farmers, and fishermen are responding to the urgent need to make changes in favor of ocean conservation.

Chef John Besh’s dedication to locally sourced foods shines through in his signature dish, Gnocchi Black and Blue.

The Certified Angus Beef® program was established to provide a guarantee of quality and consistency to restaurateurs and retailers who prepare and serve Angus beef, and to the consumers who enjoy it.

Rainier Cherries are regarded for their crisp bite and pale yellow flesh bursting with exceptional sweetness. A premium niche variety that ripens after most other cherries.

"Our nation's food industry cannot afford to lose the world's largest sockeye supply to a hard metal mine of unimaginable size and scale. We need to protect our last sustainable seafood sources while we still can."

It’s not surprising that 75 percent of white tablecloth restaurants feature some kind of lamb on the menu.

“We will never reach our goal, because we’re always trying to improve. We’re always asking ourselves, how are we going to make today better than yesterday?” – Marco Valverde

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Team REBOOTizer reaches industry influencers and samples consumers in a plethora of health and wellness events coast to coast.

Guests traveled from all over the country to attend this annual fund raiser and salute to those who contribute to the educational and career growths of students of color in the culinary and hospitality industry.

I would like to re-experience Dans le Noir? not as a first-timer, which is a little like going to Paris for the first time, but like someone returning to take in the depth of the experience.

 

The Heart of a Kitchen; Quips of a Rambling Chef by Paul G. Suplee CEC, PC III has been released for Nook and Kindle eBook readers.