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Chefs John Currence And Brandon Carter Bring Music To Your Mouth To Austin

Chefs to headline a showcase in Texas on April 24
Apr 15, 2014 12:00 pm

Music To Your Mouth has been one of the food and drink world’s best-kept secrets for the past seven years, with the festival held exclusively on the grounds of Palmetto Bluff, South Carolina. The event won’t remain a well-kept secret for much longer, though, as it is hosting one-off events in three other cities, starting with a dinner in Austin, Texas on April 24. Cooking will be none other than John Currence. We caught up with the chef to talk about music in the kitchen, the direction of Southern cooking and Ashley Christensen’s mac and cheese. Mmmm.

Meet George Marsh, the Baltimore Butcher Who Rejects The Word ‘Charcuterie’

What’s in a name? An inaccuracy, some say
Apr 14, 2014 10:00 am

The bearded guy with the band saw behind the butcher case isn’t especially fond of the usual butcher-board terminology. “To call it ‘charcuterie’ doesn’t make a whole lot of sense to me,” says Baltimore executive chef and head butcher George Marsh on his dislike for the term.

16 Of The Country's Top Barbecue Masters Are Visiting NYC In June

Welcome back, Big Apple Barbecue Block Party!
Apr 11, 2014 1:00 pm

New York City will play host to some of the nation’s best barbecue at the annual Big Apple Barbecue Block Party the weekend of June 7-8. Taking place in Madison Square Park and neighboring streets, the two-day festival will feature 16 of the country’s top pitmasters from a a dozen states.

Events This Week: Scottsdale Culinary Festival, Pebble Beach Food & Wine

And hit Coachella for the food. Maybe the music.
Apr 11, 2014 10:00 am

This week, The Scottsdale Culinary Festival brings red-hot culinary talent to the Southwest, complete with a "tequila deck" for all the breaks you'll be taking. For al freso wine tastings, head to Sarasota’s Florida Winefest & Auction, and if you want to catch Andrew Zimmern, Carla Hall and Tyler Florence all in the same place, ship out to California for the Pebble Beach Food & Wine Festival. This and more, after the jump. 

Video: Wylie Dufresne Starring In The Most Michelin-Starred Episode Of Punk’d Ever

This takes epic meal time to the next level
Apr 10, 2014 11:15 am

Yesterday the food media world was buzzing about the epic (and this is not one of those throw-away epics) surprise pop-up dinners held in New York City. Here are the basics: Wylie Dufresne is the much-loved chef-owner of wd~50, an 11-year-old pioneering restaurant on New York’s Lower East Side. He’s the friend of many. So many, in fact, that over 30 chefs flew in from around the world to surprise him with a tribute dinner. 

10 Places to Eat and Drink Incredibly Well in Reykjavik, Iceland

The contemporary Nordic movement is thriving
Apr 10, 2014 9:00 am

Today, Iceland's capital of Reykjavik, which hovers close to The Arctic Circle but is only a six hour flight from JFK airport, is experiencing a food renaissance, as chefs proudly serve dishes hovering at New York City restaurant rates comprised of fresh, Icelandic ingredients in a contemporary, Nordic style. Here are 10 places you need to check out.

Food Republic Is Heading To The Austin Food And Wine Festival. You Should Too.

It's going down April 26-27 in the Texan capital
Apr 9, 2014 3:30 pm

Austin is also host to one cool food and wine festival going down at the end of the month. The Austin Food & Wine Festival returns April 26-27 with a full schedule of chef tastings, classes (think Tim Love + 150 smoking grills) and an event called Rock Your Taco, which we had a nice time at last year. Details and how to get in on the action, this way. 

The Research Dinner Triangle: Where To Eat Well In Raleigh, Durham And Chapel Hill

There's a lot more going on than hoops and studying
Apr 9, 2014 9:00 am

Sure, you’re familiar with Nashville and Atlanta. But what about the smaller southern cities packing just as much flavor? In The Hidden South, Chris Chamberlain takes a look at a region of the South that is most certainly worth traveling to for the food. Up next, the foods of the so-called Research Triangle in North Carolina.

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