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French chef Benjamin Collombat of Le Jardin de Benjamin fame will transport your tastebuds to the south of France.
Naming your business after yourself is very telling of how bold a character you are. French chef Benjamin Collombat must be so confident in his own culinary talent that he put his name on his one-Michelin star restaurant Le Jardin de Benjamin ...
 
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Fabulous dishes to order to welcome the Year of the Pig.
With Chinese New Year just days away, reservations at the city’s best Chinese restaurants are just about impossible to secure. We recommend celebrating the Year of the Pig in the comfort of your own home with these authentic and delicious dishes that ...
 
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Ruth Reichl recommends a giant among shrimp.
There are two kinds of cook. Some depend on technique, relying on the alchemy of the kitchen to transform ingredients into strange new forms. These are the classic cooks—think Julia Child—who believe that with sufficient training anyone can make a masterpiece out ...
 
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It's all about health and sustainability this year.
It’s safe to say that keto, poke bowls, rolled ice cream, and Filipino cuisine took over 2018. Though we’re just a few days into the new year, we can’t help but wonder which food trends might be up next. Thankfully, a bunch ...
 
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Because there's always a special event right around the corner.
Whether you’re looking for a casual spot for an intimate get together or a large gathering with friends or family, one of these 10 restaurants with great private dining rooms will surely suit your needs.Going with Blackbird’s running aviation theme, the restaurant’s ...
 
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Here's your first look at the lauded Sri Lankan seafood concept that has consistently ranked on Asia's 50 Best Restaurants list.
Seafood lovers will be thrilled to know the acclaimed crustacean restaurant Ministry of Crab has chosen Manila to house its second brick-and-mortar branch outside its original location in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Since opening in 2015, the Sri Lankan dining concept has consistently ...
 
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Did someone say chocolate?
New York City is a gourmand's paradise and for each of its known savory dishes, there is a dessert that rivals it in deliciousness.From chocolate and ice cream to cannolis and tiramisu, these are the NYC spots where you can indulge your sweet tooth.A ...
 
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At these spots, tea time is an art form.
Undoubtedly, the best way start a London vacation is with afternoon tea. Not only is it a leisurely activity that doesn’t require much energy, but each seating comes with enough caffeine to ensure you kick the jet lag on day one of ...
 
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Let Michelin-starred chefs handle the heavy lifting this holiday.
There's so much to love about Christmas Day, but the holiday is hardly without its stresses. After spending weeks whittling down your gift shopping list, wrapping all of those presents, not to mention the travel and the late-night holiday parties, you're ready ...
 
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These jars of gourmet goodness will add joy to your holiday table.
Need a gift for a fellow foodie? Or perhaps some new options for easy pop-and-serve appetizers for those last minute festive gatherings? These 13 jars of gourmet goodness will add joy to your holiday table.One of our favorite new additions to the ...
 
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Meet the chefs behind the excellent dishes at some of the city's top hotels.
It’s no secret that Manila’s most prominent hotels are home to some of the best restaurants in Manila. To get to know the names and faces behind all those fabulous meals, here’s a list of some of the best hotel chefs in ...
 
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He says he will never cook outside his home turf again.
It was Gaggan Anand’s last time ever to cook a meal in the Philippines.“Enjoy the last dish I will ever cook in this restaurant, or in the Philippines,” said Anand as he served us a chocolate dessert splashed with rainbow colors.Anand is ...
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