Photo Essay: Alex Guarnaschelli Looks Back On A Summer Full Of Food Travels

Chef traveled to LA, Toronto, Sag Harbor, Orlando
Sep 11, 2014 10:00 am

Any food enthusiast worth their fancy rock salt grater will recognize Alex Guarnaschelli from Food Network, Cooking Channel and Bravo. Always searching for new techniques and ingredients to implement in her kitchens, Guarnaschelli spent much of her summer traveling for inspiration. Her journeys took her east to Long Island; west to Los Angeles; south to Orlando and north to Toronto. She wrote in to Food Republic to detail her travels.

5 New Places To Eat And Drink Exceptionally Well In Washington, D.C.

Nation's capital is quickly gaining culinary cred
Sep 9, 2014 9:00 am

There's more to the nation's capital than just museums and political shenanigans. The District is home to a rapidly expanding food and drink scene, which includes America's "best new restaurant" as decided by Bon Appétit. Here are five hot new places that easily justify a trip inside the Beltway.

Fall Preview 2014: 7 Food-Obsessed Hotels Opening Soon

Because every king-sized bed first requires a feast
Sep 2, 2014 3:00 pm

Long gone are the days when hotels could skate by with offering only insipid room-service BLTs. Nowadays, food and beverage is as much of a prioritity as designer guestrooms, inevitably drawing in locals to boot. Many a new property is slated to open this fall, promising some intriguing culinary amentities as part of the package. Alia Akkam checks in for a preview of seven of the most tantalizing accomodations.

Fall Preview 2014: 10 Major Restaurant Openings In Philadelphia

America's great underrated food scene gets a boost
Aug 27, 2014 1:00 pm

What does Philadelphia’s underrated restaurant scene have in store for diners this fall? Read on for details on 10 of Philly’s most anticipated autumn debuts, a mix of celebrity chefs, rising talent and under-the-radar newcomers vying for theirs in this thriving (and competitive) culinary city.

Fall Preview 2014: 12 Major Restaurants Opening In Los Angeles

New from Josef Centeno, Ben Ford, Belcampo Meat
Aug 26, 2014 12:00 pm

We’ve not been shy about our love for the Los Angeles food scene, which we are constantly reminded as one of the most underrated in the world. In the past we’ve dropped lists detailing the city’s top sushi masters and the diverse ethnic food being served around the Staples Center. Los Angeles is an exciting place to eat, and here journalist Tien Nguyen tells us what is on the horizon. 

15 Travel Stories From A Jet-Setting Summer

Food Republic visited all corners of the globe
Aug 17, 2014 10:00 am

We love traveling here at Food Republic, and there may be no better time to do so than over the dog days of August. As the temperature (and stickiness) rises in fast-emptying cities, we’re just about ready to get up and go somewhere. Read these 15 stories about the destinations we’ve been lucky enough to check out lately and use them as inspiration to start planning your next getaway. 

A Stress-Free Guide To Bringing Foreign Wine And Spirits Back To The United States

Duty free can be hassle free, with a few tricks
Jul 31, 2014 1:00 pm

If you’re searching for a cheap way to make your head spin, just look up the rules for carrying booze back to the U.S. from abroad. Amid a plethora of contradictions and misinformation provided by everyone from government officials to your favorite airline, you might find this little nugget: you can bring back as much alcohol as you like. Here's how.

Commander's Palace Chef Tory McPhail Visited Australia For Oysters And Wagyu Beef

This was one incredible food-focused vacation
Jul 30, 2014 4:00 pm

Chefs love to travel — for inspiration, to experience the cuisines of other cultures or just to get away from the heat of their own kitchens. When they return, we hit them with some questions — where'd they stay, what'd they do and WHAT DID THEY EAT?! Up next, Commander's Palace Executive Chef Tory McPhail.


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