"It's like, 'Why can't I always eat my burgers in Brooklyn?'"
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Jacob Sessoms of Table in Asheville, North Carolina, Is Inspired by the Farm Egg at Chicago’s North Pond
"I think what opened my mind up when I ate it was, most importantly, that I could start making my own English muffins."
"The egg was charged in a canister and piped out. You had these little blob dollops that were like a hollandaise, almost."
"They really have the texture of perfectly scrambled eggs."
Ashley Christensen of Poole’s Diner in Raleigh Loves the Brininess of the Anchovy Pizza at Nashville’s City House
"It hits all the palate spots."
"It’s this kind of high-end thing in this shabby-chic luncheonette."
"The jowl was a confit, with extra crispy skin and the meat was very moist; and the loin was roasted. And then you had some braised belly. And then a pig jus with a little bit of sauerkrauet."
"The terrine was incredibly balanced in flavor and equally as intricate and appealing in presentation."
"It was probably inspired by our boar-hunting trip to Mongolia last year. Or at least Anita was probably inspired to send it to me for that reason."
"It’s kind of like the top of a macaroni and cheese, but fancy."
Saltie Co-Owner Caroline Fidanza Loves the ‘Extraordinary’ Pine-Grilled Mussels at Roebling Tea Room
"It tasted like the forest and the ocean."
"I have two restaurants and I go there all the time, so that says something."
"It was just this late-night, delicious, sopping-wet sandwich. It's a mess."
"They are a textural party in my mouth."
"With a squeeze of lemon, it brought me back to a cold-afternoon lunch on the Adriatic."
"There is a soulful element that makes me feel like I want to slurp each tangle of pasta one by one."
"He lists the ingredients, and I was like, 'Dude, is this a dessert?' But it’s very, very balanced."
"The pork belly is perfectly cooked and the flavors were incredible in this dish."
"It was really about showcasing fresh ingredients and letting their freshness shine."
Are chefs not as pork-crazy as their reputation would have it?