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chefs

What This Top Chef Eats—And Avoids—To Get A Great Night's Sleep

For this chef, restaurant owner, cookbook author, and avid cyclist, setting up for a great sleep is a two-step process.

Seamus Mullen
August 31

Food Scraps Get Haute With Dan Barber's WastED London

This food waste is in high demand.

Elizabeth Inglese
March 3

Is This Gluten-Free Grain About To Be The New Quinoa?

Plus, tips from chefs about how to actually use it.

Carolina Santos-Neves
January 28

The Chef Making Southern Food Healthy + His Favorite Desert Recipe

It's not all fat and flour!

Carolina Santos-Neves
December 13 2016

How To Ask Your Waiter For Substitutions Without Feeling Like A Jerk: A Chef Explains

Never feel guilty for asking for a substitution again.

Carolina Santos-Neves
November 30 2016

A Chef's Kitchen-Inspired Beauty Treatments

You probably have everything you need in your cupboards.

Carolina Santos-Neves
October 31 2016

5 Different Types Of Squash + Delicious Ways To Eat Them

Drop the pumpkin-spiced everything and give these 5 squash ideas a try.

Carolina Santos-Neves
October 24 2016

19 Cookbooks We Can't Wait To Cook From This Fall

A little something for everyone at the table.

Leah Vanderveldt
October 24 2016

The 4 Avocado Hacks You Never Knew You Needed

We love you guac, but sometimes we need to mix it up.

Carolina Santos-Neves
October 11 2016

A Chef's Top 4 Takeaways From Her Taste Talks Experience

As a chef, and as someone who enjoys anything food-related (creating it, reading about it, or eating it), it's always compelling to step outside the...

Carolina Santos-Neves
September 14 2016

Tom Colicchio On GMOs, Staying Healthy & School Lunch

Tom Colicciho weighs in on his favorite tricks to stay healthy, GMOs, and more.

Jason Wachob
February 22 2016

3 Things You Should Know About NYC Food Today

Juice bars, veggie burgers, and karma — sounds about right.

Leah Vanderveldt
February 5 2016

18 Foods A Healthy Private Chef Keeps In The Kitchen

As a private chef, my absolute favorite thing about cooking is that there are no rules. Okay, yes, if you're baking, you need to be jam-on precise,...

Candace Burney
January 25 2016

Gift Guide: 17 Cookbooks To Give To Your Favorite Food Lover

Books for all the cooks (and aspiring cooks) on your shopping list this season. Photo Credit: Stocksy

Leah Vanderveldt
December 10 2015

What We Can Learn From The "Pre-Colonial" Diet

Chef Sean Sherman is making waves in the culinary world by cooking from his roots. As part of the indigenous tribe Oglala Lakota, he's spent the last...

Leah Vanderveldt
November 25 2015

3 Simple Knife Techniques To Cut Vegetables Perfectly Every Time

When I teach private classes in peoples’ homes, so often I see their limited counter space packed to the gills with useless appliances and gadgets....

Phoebe Lapine
November 11 2015

America's Hottest Vegan Baker On Her Career, Self-Care & What She Eats For Lunch

Erin McKenna was at the forefront of the cupcake craze in the early aughts. She won best cupcake in New York in 2006 and has since expanded her...

Leah Vanderveldt
October 30 2015

What To Eat For Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner If You're Trying To Go Gluten-Free

As private chef, I spend most of my days cooking for other people and rarely have time to sit down and eat a meal myself. On my days off I like to...

Alex Thomopoulos
October 24 2015

Rules I Live By To Eat & Feel Great: NYC's Hottest Healthy Chef Tells All

Franklin Becker is the executive chef of vegetable-forward restaurants The Little Beet and The Little Beet Table in New York City and executive chef...

Leah Vanderveldt
October 4 2015