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What was your biggest culinary disaster? My first whole roasted lamb. Jiro Dreams of Sushi. What food do you dream of? Wood fire. What’s your most treasured kitchen tool? A Sharpie. If you weren’t a chef, what other occupation could you see yourself excelling in? Screenwriter. Mario Batali has clogs.…More

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Remember a few years ago—2008, I think it was—when all of our money caught fire? I’m not going to go on a tirade about who or what made it happen but for a second, the collective psyche was fixated on the possible doom lurking on the horizon. Is this it?…More

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Hormel, a company that buys nitrates by the tons, will soon add culinary nut butter to their brand. Justin’s Nut Butter—the good stuff you find in white pouches in the checkout line next to the gum and People Magazines—has just been acquired by Hormel. According to Hormel Foods CEO Jeffrey…More

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For almost a century high-quality baked goods are still done “the old fashioned way” at Costeaux French Bakery. “Our longevity, our legacy sets us apart,” President and CEO of Costeaux Will Seppi said. Baguettes were first pulled from the bakery’s brick ovens back in 1923, when it opened in Healdsburg.…More

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There are countless foodstuffs that would shake the cores of people living 100 years ago. “Edible” gauntlets like hamburgers with donuts instead of buns, ice cream sundaes topped with crumbled bacon and the post-Clinton administration Taco Bell menu would dazzle, confuse and likely terrify our forefathers and mothers. Which is…More

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Artisan Purveyors

For almost a century high-quality baked goods are still done “the old fashioned way” at Costeaux French Bakery. “Our longevity, our legacy sets us apart,” President and CEO of Costeaux Will Seppi said. Baguettes were first pulled from the bakery’s brick ovens back in 1923, when it opened in Healdsburg.…More

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Artisan Purveyors

For an artisan purveyor, crafting an awesome product—as difficult as that may be—is the easiest step they’ll make when it comes to rising to foodie stardom. Some especially daring purveyors take to the festival seen, which on it’s surface looks like a party, but carries a hoard of challenges. Laurie…More

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Artisan Purveyors

Bread, whether it’s in the form of a sourdough baguette or a brick oven pizza relies on a little beasty that lives all around us. Yeast, a strain of unicellular fungus do one thing: eat carbs and convert them into carbon dioxide and alcohol. That awesome aroma in your pale…More

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Mincing garlic for Eric Teng was always a chore, especially when he resorted to using a garlic press. “I became a single parent and had to cook for two of my kids,” Teng said. “I tried using a traditional press but it was such a terrible tool. I had the…More

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While you can argue that there’s no such thing as bad ice cream, there are certainly scoops that are on higher echelons than others. When considering high-end frozen dairy, Snoqualmie was on the tip of our tongues recently at Foodie Daily, even if the name doesn’t exactly roll off the…More

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Coffee is the only bean in Christendom you can always count on to give you a much needed jolt of energy on pesky mornings. The coffee plant however, offers even more bounty than once thought possible. Enter Wize Monkey. Partners Max Rivest and Arnaud Petitvallet sought to revitalize and revolutionize…More

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      Ayesha Curry visits Sonoma

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      “Searing beautiful sushi-grade ahi tuna is one of my favorite ways to eat fish. The rich flavor of the tuna works really well with bold spices. So here we use a simple combo of BBQ seasonings and sesame seeds to enhance its natural goodness. Paired with an umami rich miso slaw and spicy charred green beans, this Asian inspired dish hits all senses– sweet, spicy, tangy, and savory!”

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      Blue Apron, Chef'd and Global Grub rock the food scene

      We’re surrounded by food. It seems impossible to escape it. If you don’t believe that, count how many coffee cups are in cars in the morning. Starbuck’s in the morning. A grab and go for lunch and then a restaurant, grocery store or left overs fill the evening meal needs. There’s a new game in town, or coming to your town soon: Enter the home delivered recipe box…

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