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Animated Recipe: Chili-Lime Baked Chickpeas: A playful GIF guide to making a seriously tasty snack by Brooklyn-based chef Nikki King

Animated Recipe: Chili-Lime Baked Chickpeas

For our first installment of Animated Recipe—our take on cooking with GIFs—Brooklyn-based chef Nikki King prepares a tasty, salty snack you can easily prepare at home. Crunchy, baked chickpeas are a healthier alternative to potato chips or crackers……

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Silo: The UK’s First No-Waste Restaurant: Plates made from recycled plastic bags, emailed receipts, booze brewed in the basement and more at chef Douglas McMaster’s ambitious project

Silo: The UK’s First No-Waste Restaurant


by Ananda Pellerin

Chef Douglas McMaster has a vision: he wants to eradicate waste from the commercial food preparation process. This might seem profoundly uninteresting—but it’s nothing short of revolutionary. “It’s what I call a pre-industrial……

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Word of Mouth: Bellingham: A James Beard-awarded chef, local craft brews and outdoor adventures in Washington’s scenic bayside town

Word of Mouth: Bellingham


One of the portals to that hypnotically beautiful chain of Pacific Northwestern islands known as the San Juans, Bellingham, Washington offers a dazzling array of outdoor pursuits for the hundreds of rugged young people who descend on this little town every year. While many attend college at Western Washington University,…

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Wrong For Hay’s Design and Dine: British designer Sebastian Wrong teams up with Finnish chef Antto Melasniemi for a London Design Festival pop-up that wholly integrates the finer things in life

Wrong For Hay's Design and Dine


“Food is a major part of my life,” British designer Sebastian Wrong tells us while sitting in the back garden of the new Hay and Wrong for Hay showroom in London’s historic St James’s neighborhood. Like…

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Bad Seed’s Chili Granola: A spicy but sweet treat co-created by respected NYC chef Sara Jenkins and app developer Peter Cortez

Bad Seed's Chili Granola


by Jenny Miller Occasionally an idea comes along that’s so good it seems astounding nobody’s thought of it before. This just happens to be the case with Chili Granola, a new product from Brooklyn-based company …

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Sage Advice from The Chef Says: Bite-sized words of wisdom from the industry’s best cooks

Sage Advice from The Chef Says


A continuation in a “Words of Wisdom” series that has already delivered the compelling “The Designer Says” and “The Filmmaker Says,” Princeton Architectural Press is now offering insight from within one of the most-consumed but perhaps least considered arts: cooking. “Continue Reading…


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Becca Punch of The Musket Room, NYC: The young pastry chef walks us through a few of her favorite desserts

Becca Punch of The Musket Room, NYC


Just a few blocks from the perpetually busy corner of Houston and Lafayette in NYC’s SoHo neighborhood lies a tranquil outpost for New Zealand cuisine that channels the calm reserve of the island nation. Just four months after opening in October, 2013 Continue Reading…


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Gourmet Good To-Go Meals: An accomplished chef and backpacker creates truly tasy gourmet dehydrated food for the trail

Gourmet Good To-Go Meals


Jennifer Scism and her husband, David Koorits, were planning a seven-day backpacking trip in the Adirondacks when she realized that most of the lightweight, pre-packaged dehydrated meals available left something to be desired in the taste department. However, unlike many backpackers who simply…

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Interview: Craig Kanarick of Mouth: We speak with the indie food and wine purveyor about working with a famed chef and how his mom’s cooking inspired his career

Interview: Craig Kanarick of Mouth


Sponsored content: From digital pioneer to foodie extraordinaire, Mouth CEO and friend of CH, Craig Kanarick’s entrepreneurial spirit runs deep. Establishing himself at the forefront of digital technology, Kanarick helped found Razorfish in 1995, premiering as one of the first…

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Moët & Chandon’s Le &: The historic champagne house creates a unique sensory dinner experience with renowned chef Yannick Alléno

Moët & Chandon's Le &


In a luxurious marriage of champagne and gastronomy, Moët & Chandon has teamed up with France’s three-Michelin-starred chef Yannick Alléno for Le &, a “culinary journey” at Moët &…

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