From Jock Zonfrillo: Nomad Chef Jock Zonfrillo travels to the Kimberley in far north Western Australia to learn what the Nyul Nyul community traditionally eat and how they prepare it. He meets elder Bruno Dan, who generously passes on his knowledge of country and food, and his life philosophy. Chef Zonfrillo pays homage to the Nyul Nyul people and their ancestors, celebrating them by bringing ingredients and recipes back to his home—reinventing them to serve at his restaurant Orana in Adelaide, Australia.
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From FED Guides by Find. Eat. Drink: Artisan ramen noodle company, Sun Noodle Brand, is the go-to supplier for famous chefs and top ramen shops around the world. They have created a small restaurant called Ramen Lab in NYC, where chefs can showcase their unique styles of ramen.
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From Food Republic: Invented at the Merchants Exchange Coffee House in the 1850s, the Sazerac remains synonymous with New Orleans drinking. Historically made with Cognac, the cocktail began making use of rye whiskey as a replacement when Cognac was in short supply. Nicholas Bennett, head bartender of Danny Meyer’s buzzy new bar Porchlight in New York City, returns to the original spirit to make his variation of the iconic drink.
From TIME: On Nov. 30, 2014, many of the food world’s biggest names arrived at 50 Clinton Street in NYC’s Lower East Side. Daniel Boulud was there. Dave Arnold was there. David Chang was there. ChefSteps’ Chris Young and Grant Crilly were there. The chefs were among the 72 diners who ate foie gras in the round, scrambled egg ravioli, and nine other courses of Wylie Dufresne’s brilliant, groundbreaking cuisine.
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