Her coveted Japanese Kaiseki is more California than you’d think.
The Chef to Watch on Community and Inclusivity
“My grandmother always had her head held high.”
Chef Alex Chang knows he’s young to rule so much. But that only gives him time to get even better with age.
Chef Ryan Roadhouse uses Japanese kaiskeki and a rotating decor of highly-themed artistic creations as his inspiration at Nodoguro in Portland. Here’s what makes one of Plate magazine’s “30 Chefs to Watch” tick.
Past, Present and Future with one of Israel’s leading contemporary chefs.
At his newly opened Shaya, Shaya gets to play with the flavors of his childhood with abandon, combining memory and skill into dishes that are both “authentic” yet playful; both local yet truly Israeli.
There are limitations to creating and writing about food. Chef Ned Elliot and I hash some of them out.