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Peruvian chef and international restaurateur Gastón Acurio — who retired from managing his flagship restaurant Astrid y Gaston earlier this month — reveals details about his future restaurant plans. Acurio tells Fine Dining Lovers t... Read Post
LA-based chef Roy Choi talked to Reuters about his future in food, and how it involves making the world a better place: "If the best chefs in the world, or even not the best chefs, set up a cart, if... Read Post
Many a chef will tell you that “less is more” when it comes to creating a dish. Not so the food truck chef. Take, for example, Martin Tse of the Dogzilla Truck which I recently visited at the Orange County Fair. His signature dish, ... Read Post