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{Food on Film} Momofuku, the Most Important Restaurant in America

{Food on Film} Momofuku, the Most Important Restaurant in America

Bon Appétit’s restaurant editor, Andrew Knowlton, recently published his list of the 20 Most Important Restaurants in America. Knowlton said, “They’re not the fanciest, trendiest, or even the ones with the most stars. They’re the places that define how we eat out.” At the very top of that list? Momofuku and its founder, David Chang.Continue Reading

{Food on Film} An Indulgent Tour of Montreal with Joe Beef and Friends

Five to ten years ago, Montreal’s most renowned restaurant as identified by those outside of the province was, without a doubt, Martin Picard’s Pied de Cochon. While it’s still at the top of most food lovers’ to-do lists, it’s not this restaurant that people inquire about most when I travel in the United States. ItContinue Reading

{Food on Film} See How a French Artisan Makes Croissants and Classic Danish Pastries

{Food on Film} See How a French Artisan Makes Croissants and Classic Danish Pastries

Usually, the first thing we do after dropping our bags in Paris is to go out to our favorite neighborhood café for a petit déj’, the classic Parisian breakfast. Consisting of an orange pressée (freshly pressed orange juice), coffee and either a croissant or tartines (sliced baguette with butter and jam), I find it theContinue Reading

{Food on Film} For Udon and Country

{Food on Film} For Udon and Country

One of the first things I did after booking my tickets to Japan last year was to look for cooking classes or demonstrations to attend. I was hungry (!) to learn more about Japanese cuisine and I wanted to learn how to make it at home. As it turns out, the fantastic food I tastedContinue Reading

{Food on Film} Where Chefs Eat

{Food on Film} Where Chefs Eat

I find that more and more people want to know where locals eat when they travel to a new city, rather than relying on restaurants that offer safe, “tourist menus”. Lately, I have discovered a new source for restaurant recommendations: chefs. Before visiting Copenhagen last spring, I read an article in which the chefs fromContinue Reading