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#WCW: LA's Guelaguetza Owner Talks Oaxacan Cuisine

Bricia Lopez learned to cook her famous mole recipe alongside her grandmother in Oaxaca.


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Chef Chat: Sandra A. Gutierrez Talks Southern Food & Julia Child

Food writer. Cooking instructor. Recipe developer. Cookbook writer. These are just a few titles that powerhouse Sandra A. Guiterrez has under her belt.  The former editor has published four cookbooks, each focusing on a different aspects of Latin cuisine.


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Chef Chat: Jose Andres on Michelin Stars, Trump, and the Future of Food

This may have been José Andrés’s biggest year yet. In October, the Spanish chef and entrepreneur received two Michelin stars for his avant-garde, six-seat dining experience Minibar.


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Chef Chat: Dallas' Angela Hernandez On Her Mexican Meets Korean Food Mashup

The daughter of a Korean mother and Mexican father, Angela Hernandez grew up in a household where blending foods from very different cultures was the norm. It’s also the norm at Dallas’ Top Knot, where Hernandez is chef de cuisine.


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Cafecito: TLK Talks Food Trends & Duchess Delights Sweets

 

Welcome to #CafecitoConvos, where we talk all things food news, recipes, and more!


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Chef Chat: Why Austin’s Dee Dee Sanchez Takes Risks Every Day

Dee Dee Sanchez is the pastry chef at Jack Allen’s Kitchen in Austin, known for its local, seasonal ingredients and Southern flavors. Sanchez grew up in Lansing, Mich., helping her mother bake cookies and cakes for bake sales, and clearly the love of baking stuck.


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#WCW: Inspiring Women Through Chocolate with Brooke Feldman

Any sane woman will tell you that the way to their heart is through chocolate, not diamonds. 


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#WCW: Up Close with Miami’s Seed Food & Wine Festival Founder Alison Burgos

For many, going vegan is a difficult commitment to make. After all, it requires eliminating major food groups and following a mostly plant-based diet. For Alison Burgos, however, the change was simple, and it was a change for a better life.


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Chef Chat: Santiago Gomez Goes Farm-to-Taco for Miami

Let's take a little trip from Mexico to Miami... Chef Santiago Gomez began his culinary career south of the border, in Mexico City.


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Chef Chat: NYC's Franco Noriega is a "Model" Cook

Ask any woman, and they’ll tell you that a man who can cook is one they can hang with. Add in the fact that he’s a male model, and they’re sure to swoon on the spot.


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