Other Cool Stuff

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Other Cool Stuff

I have always said that I am an “ace picker” when it comes to selecting chefs, artisans, purveyors, restaurant designers, and a host of other clever culinary individuals to write about. I seem to have a specialized ability, like a truffle-sniffing pooch. My claim to picker fame is an advanced sense of what sets something or someone apart from the crowd, and who or what will likely advance to the front of the pack. Read more »

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When I share one of my “favs” with you, it’s for a darn good reason(s). I am always hopeful, and quite frankly, confident, that my reasons stand a strong chance of becoming your reasons.   Read more »

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Finding the time to PAUSE in order to acquaint you with some of the talented AWAY from the KITCHEN cookbook team and contributors is definitely a challenge. We all have other projects, husbands, wives, children, and animals to care for, not to mention our own feeding, dressing and teeth brushing. We just have to make the time and stop all this unintentional FBI, Interpol secretive nonsense and let you all know what we can, as often as we can.  Read more »

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Where are the cool and groovy Palm Springs restaurants, the cocktail communities lifeline of bars with mixologists extraordinaire, and for pity’s sake, a few decent wine shops? Further delving into the seemingly missing food and beverage links, there are also no readily visible gourmet markets. Read more »

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To make good on our promise to put the team into the restaurant and introduce you to the designers, architects and planners that make it all happen, from demolition day to opening night:

Welcome to the first of our Restaurants: Behind the Scenes series as we chat with Adam Farmerie, one of the partner’s at the New York City dazzler of a design firm, AvroKO. Read more »

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