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What Does Paul Liebrandt Want?
He’s among New York’s most accomplished chefs — now, his definition of success is evolving.
How One Chef Is Bouncing Back — and Helping Puerto Rico — After Hurricane Maria
“I still have hope.”
Hunting for Perfection, in 12 Ducks a Night
At midtown’s must luxurious restaurant, line cook Kris Feliz is in charge of the kitchen’s signature dish.
What Happens When ‘the Justin Bieber of Food’ Grows Up?
Flynn McGarry is ready to shake off the Teen Chef label once and for all.
The Nerd King of Home Cooking Sets His Eye on the Restaurant World
The culinary provocateur J. Kenji López-Alt tackles a new frontier: opening a 9,800-square-foot beer hall in a Silicon Valley suburb.
Chef Malcolm Livingston II Wants to Be a Force of Change
Chef Malcolm Livingston II wants to be a force of change in his home borough.
New York’s Oldest Dim-Sum Restaurant Just Might Be the Future of Dumplings
“Wilson’s doing a great job of capturing what the essence of Chinatown was, is, and could be.”
Wild Man: Meet New York’s Hottest Cider Producer
Andy Brennan started making hard cider because it was cheaper than buying beer.
Why Are New York’s Chefs Afraid of This Man?
Maimon Kirschenbaum has sued more than 100 top New York restaurants, but are his tactics legit, or has he just identified a legal gray area that he can exploit for profit?
Even Other Chefs Think Alex Stupak Is Super Intense
The Empellon Cocina chef gets a great profile in the ‘Times.’