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Once upon a time there was a legendary restaurant called Café des Artistes on Manhattan's Upper West Side. The place was housed in the

Puréed vegetable soups make an excellent entrée for a delicious meal consisting entirely of a soup and salad. Wanting an authentic French recipe, I visited

Los Angeles' restaurant scene is on fire with exciting new spots scattered across the basin. In this chef-driven movement, folks such as Nancy Silverton,

From dining on a romantic island in the Venetian lagoon to feasting on handmade pasta in Bologna, northern Italy's gastronomic capital, this list guides

Traveling to Europe this summer? If your plans include Italy, Germany, France, England, Spain, Sweden, Belgium or Denmark, Zester Daily's community of food writers

Before the advent of TV's "MasterChef," master chef Michel Guérard was already on the gastronomic front lines. He was one of the key activators of