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It was almost 40 years ago in Paris that I opened La Varenne Cooking School, and the nouvelle cuisine movement was sweeping France. Today

The revolution in food we've been witnessing for decades -- the chefs, the farm-to-table movement, the pop-ups, the food trucks and all that --

Chef's Table: As the Latin-American food movement continues to gather pace, and cities such as Lima, Peru, and Sao Paolo, Brazil, are joining the

Noma has regained the top position on the list of the world's 50 best restaurants. A lot of opinions and discussions have stemmed from

Gavin Stephenson, the former chef of London's Savoy hotel who has overseen kitchens at The Georgian and Shuckers restaurants at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel

There's something home-away-from-home comfortable about having a good breakfast at a cafe that seems to truly belong in the neighborhood. If the restaurateurs have