Humm’s Michelin three-starred Eleven Madison Park almost never had an empty table. Will going almost fully vegan be his biggest-ever test?
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In her new cookbook, Vilailuck Teigen, known as Pepper, shares her recipes for the Thai-American comfort food her family loves to eat.
One of the most mediocre, habitual, begrudgingly tolerated (if not openly loathed) rituals of New York life is now, a year into a pandemic, seen in a new light: sentimentally. Almost.
The bean-to-cup movement is all about capturing coffee’s Holy Grail. For one coffee-obsessed entrepreneur in Kauai, Hawaii, the elusive dream is becoming a reality.
A new school of subscription wine mailers offers quirkier wines, comic-book tasting notes—and an unstuffy air.
Pêche, a restaurant in a remote part of Colorado, opened with a kinder work culture that has helped it survive the pandemic.
The Lakers star adds to his investment portfolio with Lobos 1707, a new tequila and mezcal.
Known for Honeysuckle, his lavish pop-up dinners that told a story about being Black in America, Tate is returning to his roots in Philadelphia with a radically new mission.
Esteban Castillo’s new cookbook, ‘Chicano Eats,’ captures the recipes from his Mexican-American upbringing in California.
Food entrepreneur Hawa Hassan’s new book, “In Bibi’s Kitchen,” shares the stories and recipes of matriarchs from her native Somalia and other African nations.
Glossier and Dig alum Melanie Masarin launched her non-alcoholic aperitif company Ghia in June. Here, she shares a spritz recipe with WSJ.
With a rise of home blending kits and “crowdsourced” labels—made by soliciting drinker input online—whiskey makers around the world are appealing to the quarantined tinker-drinker. How well will it age?
These elite chefs consider a bleak future: a roundtable discussion with Noma’s René Redzepi, Blue Hill’s Dan Barber, Kith/Kin’s Kwame Onwuachi and Sqirl’s Jessica Koslow
We could all use some advice on how to put those stockpiled cans to work. An interview with food stylist and author Lola Milne about her new book “Take One Can.”
A new class of elevated, booze-free “spirits” have tasting notes, pedigrees and prices as hefty as the real thing. Inside the Dry January–fueled rise of boutique drinks like Seedlip, Kin and Proteau
It creates trust and connection when you select a wine, says Aldo Sohm, wine director at Eric Ripert’s Le Bernardin, who’s out with a surprising new book of tips this week.
Because Friendsgiving is always more fun than Thanksgiving. Holiday-loving chef Jonathan Waxman’s six tricks for hosting the most successful one yet.
A new San Francisco restaurant is a shrine to wagyu, sourcing the rarest and “most culty” beef from remote Japanese farms
Forget the Frenchie toque and starched apron. One chef is making chef jumpsuits—part of a suite of new collaborations in the fashion-meets-culinary space
L.A.’s Josef Centeno reflects on the childhood feasts that inspired his new cookbook Amá