by jason scavone In the great and timeless Pantheon of Sexy Things, Champagne and Scotch inevitably occupy the same rarified strata at the absolute top of the game — along with handcuffs and Bea Arthur. (Wait.) Thankfully, in this grand month of love, romance, and hastily and cheaply purchased lingerie off Amazon, there’s one place […]
by danny axelrod This month, Las Vegas is getting some much-deserved attention from the culinary world, as international foodie consortium the Confrèrie de la Chaîne des Rôtisseurs holds its “Grand Chapitre” conference here, Oct. 26–29, for the first time. The four-day event typically is held in a variety of gastronomically notable cities in the 80 […]
by al mancini The late Kerry Simon, aka The Rock ’n’ Roll Chef, was always at least as popular among the ladies as he was with the guys. And he loved them back. Nonetheless, his restaurants often possessed a bit of the testosterone-infused swagger that permeates the music he loved. So it’s fitting that his […]
by jason scavone Now that summer is behind us we can get down to the serious business of drinking for reasons other than to try to regulate an internal core temperature that rose 30 degrees on the walk from the parking lot to the bar. Anyone can sip mojitos on a hot day, but your […]
by mitchell wilburn Fall is such a cozy time — and a time for chefs to get creative with a whole new palette of flavors. Gone are the warm-weather veggies like tomato and corn, and in are the flavors meant to withstand the cold months; squashes, gourds, all manner of things cured, fermented and aged. […]
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