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Five Icelandic Eateries That Offer Much More Than Just Adventurous Fare

Feb 24, 2015  |   Contributor: Danika Garlotta

From fermented shark and sheep’s head to sour rams' testicles, it’s fair to say that the type of food Iceland is traditionally associated with can be described as adventurous. These bold dishes aside, what many people outside of Iceland may not realize is that this small island country boasts a culinary scene that could soon be on par with the creativity of New York and San Francisco.

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Explore Southern Tastes at the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival

Feb 18, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you love food (who doesn’t?) and plan on being in Georgia at the end of May, you definitely need to factor the Atlanta Food & Wine Festival into your plans. Launched in 2012, the culinary event was created by entrepreneurial friends Elizabeth Feichter and Dominique Love as a way to bring an international spotlight to the rich traditions of the south—from Texas to D.C.

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Platea Offers Not One or Two, But Six Michelin Stars to Madrid

Feb 17, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Plaza de Colón in the heart of the Salamanca district is known for its honoring of the famous explorer Christopher Columbus (there are even two statues of the man); so it’s no surprise that it’s where the unique gastronomic experience Platea Madrid can be found. Spanning two floors, Platea explores a variety of global regions (just like Columbus) with their array of international cuisine.

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Husk Nashville: An Edible Love Story Courtesy of James Beard Award-Winning Chef Sean Brock

Feb 6, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Over the past few years, there have been a handful of restaurants that  have lingered in my memory long after the fact. These include Nobu in Las Vegas, Addison at The Grand Del Mar in San Diego, Sea Side by Notos in Greece, and now, Husk in Nashville. More than just a dining destination, Husk is an epicurean journey.

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Foie Gras is Back, Local Chefs Celebrate with a Special Prix Fixe Dinner at Kitchen 4140

Jan 26, 2015  |   Contributor: Marissa Stempien

After the California ban on foie gras was lifted earlier this month, many restaurants have been wasting no time getting the delicacy back to their tables. Farm-to-table restaurant Kitchen 4140 will be hosting a special event to celebrate the reinstatement of the French dish called the Welcome Back Foie Gras Dinner. The evening will showcase the culinary talent of eleven local chefs during a six-course meal on February 2.

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Sketch: The Coolest London Spot You May Not Know About

Jan 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The Michelin-starred Sketch in London is a triple threat. It has food and tea time, is a destination hot-spot, and acts as a cultural mainstay for art lovers. Started by French chef Pierre Gagnaire and restaurateur Mourad Mazouz, Sketch spans two floors of an 18th-century historic townhouse on Conduit Street, Mayfair and has been one of the city's coolest spots since it opened back in 2002—though it's recently been renovated. 

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Double Standard Gives Fine Dining a Casually-Chic SD Twist in the East Village

Jan 20, 2015  |   Contributor: Nicolle Monico

Upon entering the East Village's Double Standard Kitchenetta & Craft Bar, you may notice that nothing seems to necessarily match, yet at the same time it all perfectly syncs together. To the left, floor-to-ceiling windows take up two walls and a vintage-industrial style decorates the space with exposed beams and bricks (a décor that many eateries are using these days). 

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300 Chefs Gear Up for DineL.A.’s Winter Restaurant Week 2015

Jan 19, 2015  |   Contributor: Vicki Arkoff

Well there go our New Year’s resolutions to lose a few pounds. DineL.A.’s Winter Restaurant Week is here and the two-week, bi-annual foodie event features special menu items at more than 300 Los Angeles area restaurants. Occurring January 19 through February 1, attendees can ventures through 14 days of prix fixe lunch and dinner menus prepared by hundreds of acclaimed LA chefs. 

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Time to Try Thomas Keller's Purée of Sweet Carrot Soup Recipe

Jan 16, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Whenever the weather cools down, soup always starts sounding more delicious than ever. Especially if the soup has been created by Thomas Keller of The French Laundry and Per Se. Keller crafted this Purée of Sweet Carrot Soup for All-Clad Cookware, of which he is an ambassador, and we can't get over how tasty it looks. With fresh vegetables and very little butter, it looks perfect for sticking with our healthy eating resolutions.

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7 New London Restaurants Debuting in 2015 for Your Foodie Pleasure

Jan 16, 2015  |   Contributor: Emyr Thomas

London's restaurants are at the top of their game at the moment and they don’t seem to be slowing down any time soon. Here’s a list of seven of the best new London restaurants opening in 2015.

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Lighten Up the Winter With This Crab Salad Featuring Watermelon and White Anchovies

Jan 12, 2015  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

During our recent interview with Arizona Biltmore Executive Chef Gordon Maybury, he was kind enough to share his delicious recipe for crab salad with watermelon, avocado, white anchovy, and blood orange. The end result is a healthy tangle of vibrant colors and flavors.

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Michelin-Starred Joël Robuchon Brings Famed L'Atelier Restaurant to NYC in March

Jan 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Iconic French chef Joël Robuchon—you know, the guy with 25 Michelin stars—is bringing his famed L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon to New York City. Having opened his first L'Atelier in Paris back in 2003, he has since expanded the restaurant to Las Vegas, London, Hong Kong, Taipei, and Singapore, with one in Bangkok still on its way. 

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Why Cooking is a Way of Life for "Jewel of the Desert" Executive Chef Gordon Maybury

Jan 12, 2015  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

When the historic Arizona Biltmore Hotel in Phoenix was looking for an executive chef in early 2013, one can only assume that the establishment—which is nicknamed “The Jewel of the Desert”—received resumes from many of the world’s finest culinary masters. In the end, they selected Chef Gordon Maybury to be the jewel of their culinary operations, which includes all of their six restaurants and lounges.

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Thousands of Dollars in Wine Stolen From The French Laundry on Christmas Day #TheGrinchThatStoleXmas

Dec 30, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Christmas Day wasn't all that jolly for Thomas Keller, the head chef and owner of Napa Valley's famed restaurant The French Laundry. The SFist reported this morning, in what sounds like a Bad Santa heist, that on December 25 the establishment was broken into and robbed of several bottles of wine that were worth at the very least $3,000 each.

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Round Up: 4 of Our Favorite Glasgow Restaurants Serving Up Fine Scottish Cuisine

Dec 30, 2014  |   Contributor: Sean Hillen

A combination of a strong cosmopolitan influence, Celtic creativity, and an abundance of local produce from the surrounding Scottish countryside means Glasgow boasts many fine restaurants. The large city has moved away from its gritty old persona as the powerhouse of industrial Britain and has even been featured in tons of high-profile flicks—it stood in for present-day Philadelphia in the Brad Pitt movie World War Z. 

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