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Yeti Touch Defrosting Tray is a Kitchen Miracle

Defrosting meat is one of the biggest obstacles I have when it comes to home cooking, so when I came across the Yeti Touch Defrosting Tray I knew it would have life-changing possibilities. Yes, sometimes we have to freeze our meats or even sometimes vegetables or fruit at home. I don’t really plan dinner in..…

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Fuego Box is a Hot Sauce Lovers Dream

Salsa, hot sauce and just about any type of sauce with a kick has literally inspired me to live. Okay, maybe not that far, but some of them have taken my taste buds to a whole new level. Fuego Box is basically targeting people like me for their inspiring taste in hot sauce by offering..…

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Click & Grow Smart Farm Could Be A Chef’s Next Investment

Growing your own herbs in an urban setting has become quite the craze lately and Click & Grow Smart Farm is adding to that craze. You’ve probably already witnessed farm-to-table restaurants popping up all over upcoming neighborhoods, so if you’re a chef with the same business plan, it’s time you start looking into growing your own herbs……

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Gift Guide: 7 Books to Gift a Chef

Last minute gifts can sometimes turn out to be the best gift you can give. If you’re dating a chef, have a chef friend, or just want to give a trendy recipe book at your work gift-exchange then we have the perfect list for you. We curated a list of seven recipe books to gift..…

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Michelin Announces NYC’s 2018 Starred Restaurants

If there’s a list to end all lists, Michelin’s 2018 New York City starred restaurants might be the one to do it (until 2019’s list comes out). The mecca for eating every single type of food you can think of, New York City’s most-valued list is now 20% Japanese restaurants. Unfortunately for NYC, according to..…

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Wes Avila Releases a Guerrilla Tacos Cookbook

You’re most likely familiar with Wes Avila and his popular food truck, Guerrilla Tacos, that roams the streets of Los Angeles. When you win Best Taco Truck by LA Weekly it just goes to show your on a different level. Wes has changed the game of tacos by utilizing the authenticity of his culture, but bending the..…

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‘Michelin Stars’ Documentary Shows What It Takes to Earn Culinary’s Holy Grail

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Who would’ve thought that a guidebook created by a tire company in the 1900’s would be the holy grail for a chef and their restaurant? Director Rasmus Dineson delves into the power and influence of the world’s most revered restaurants rating guide by traveling from New York to Copenhagen to Tokyo and more. In Michelin Stars:..…

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Netflix Documentary “Barbecue” Explores Barbecues from Around the World

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Barbecue should be considered a universal language throughout different cultures. It doesn’t necessarily mean you’re cooking in the same style, or even the same animal, but the concept has been laid out universally as a way to mingle with friends, family and tradition. Most American’s immediately think Texas when they hear the word “barbecue.”  However,..…

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Trap Kitchen Los Angeles is Releasing a Cookbook

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If Pirus and Crips all got along they’d probably cook some…..bomb-ass food! By now you’re most likely familiar with Trap Kitchen Los Angeles, if not go ahead and push yourself out of under that rock now. Roberto Smith and Malachi Jenkins, former Blood and Crip respectively, came together a few years back to start cooking..…

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David Ma Elevates Recipe Videos to Movie Director Level

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Recipe videos are all of the rage these days, especially the quick recipe videos you see all over your Facebook feed (we’re looking at you Tasty). This is because most of our #firstworldproblems lie in being too lazy to cook a decent meal once we dip from the 9 to 5 grind. David Ma is..…

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