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Kitchen Language: What Is a Stage?

Brush up on your food terminology with us, from commonplace colloquialisms to obscure obsessions, as we demystify culinary lingo in our Kitchen Language column.

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Get to Know These 7 Types of Indian Bread

India has over 30 types of bread—these seven are perfect to start with.

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Ask the Experts: Choosing The Right Glassware for Your Wines

Elevate your wine drinking by matching glassware to specific wines.

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Full List: The 2018 MICHELIN Guide Shanghai Announced

Ultraviolet joins T’ang Court in the highest three-star echelon; 30 restaurants get Michelin stars this year, up from 26 in 2017.

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The Four Waves of Coffee, Explained

What you need to know about the past, present and future of coffee culture.

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A Guide to Oysters Around the Globe

Many of these varieties are easily available on restaurant menus. But if you can’t yet tell them apart, here’s our brief go-to guide.

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Around the World in 7 Cups of Coffee

There’s more than one way to brew the bean in the far corners of the world.

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What It Means To Be A Michelin-Recommended Restaurant

Michael Ellis, international director of the Michelin Guide books, shares what it means to be a recommended restaurant.

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Beyond Fatty Tuna: The Ultimate Sushi Guide

Of course you’re familiar with the ubiquitous salmon and toro. Up your knowledge with these lesser-known cuts that are just as, if not more, tasty and delicious.

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4 Cooking Methods of Yore

We pay homage to the beginnings of cooking with these traditional techniques.

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The Michelin Inspection Process: An Illustrated Guide

How do the MICHELIN Guide's famously anonymous inspectors comb through tens of thousands of restaurants around the globe every year? And what happens...

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7 Key Facts About Peruvian Cuisine

From ceviche to quinoa, Peru has made a mark on contemporary food trends, but its food can actually be traced to a thousand years ago.

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Kitchen Language: What is Sous Vide?

Brush up on your food terminology with us, from commonplace colloquialisms to obscure obsessions, as we demystify culinary lingo in our Kitchen Language column.

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DIY Cold Brew is Worth the Wait

Skip the crowds and sip on a chilled cuppa joe in the comfort of your home on a sunny morning.

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Kitchen Language: What is Amuse Bouche?

From commonplace colloquialisms to obscure obsessions, brush up on your food terminology with us as we demystify culinary lingo in our Kitchen Language column.

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Kick Your Sugar Habit With These 13 Healthier Alternatives

Looking to replace your daily dose of sugar with healthier alternatives? Swap it out for one of these options.

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What You Need to Know About Sichuan Peppercorns

Technically, they're not even peppers.