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Chef’s Dish: His Time to Shine


After more than two decades at Felidia, Fortunato Nicotra ponders what’s next.

Chef’s Dish: When in Crisis, Make a Chicken Parm


Chris and Pam Willis turn to cheesy Italian-American classics and community to keep restaurant Pammy’s open.

Chef’s Dish: I’d Rather Be (Yoo)Eating


Photographed by Nick Surette Irene Yoo’s fourth-floor Brooklyn walk-up is exactly what you’d expect of a self-described “freelance photo producer and food creative” for the likes of Food Network and Food52. Her bookshelves—occupying an entire wall of her small kitchen—are filled with cookbooks, faded issues of the now-defunct Lucky Peach, rows of pastel glassware, a […]

Southern Comfort


Athens, Georgia has become a food haven for chefs like Peter Dale, who’s opened not one, but four restaurants in the Classic City, including Maepole.

Putting the Käse in Omakase


What do you get when you combine cheese, Japanese food, and two American Cheese Society Certified Cheese Professionals? The answer: an innovative, umami-filled omakase (meaning “I trust you” or “I’ll leave it up to you”) tasting menu prepared by Rachel Freier and Laura Sutter. The duo met at Murray’s Cheese Bar in New York City, […]

Chef’s Dish: Supper Club Season


Chef-author Priya Krishna and Puli-Ra supper club founder Deepa Shridhar partnered this past summer for a celebratory supper club based on Krishna’s new cookbook, Indian-ish (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, April 2019). The Texan duo hosted their event at The Austin Winery in Austin, Texas, to give new meaning to the classic wine-and-cheese pairing. Their Indian-inspired dishes […]

Keep Calm and Eat Cheese


La Fromagerie in London is part cheese-and-produce shop, part fine-dining restaurant, part wholesale operation—whole turophile dream world.

Mimolette Ramen


This take on classic ramen gets its flavor from an unlikely ingredient- a hard French cheese.

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