1. Chef Bertrand Grébaut in “Paris to Bangkok” by Jérôme de Gerlache - NOWNESS

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    Thomas Erber’s traveling ‘lifestyle festival’ Cabinet of Curiosities makes a stop in Bangkok, resulting in a cooking masterclass with Michelin-starred chef Bertrand Grébaut. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1CMvQmD

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    • Recipe: Poutine de La Banquise

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      Quebec’s best known culinary export may be maple syrup, but poutine is giving it a run for its money. A glorified fast food dish, traditional poutine consists of fries, cheese curds, and gravy. Unlike some traditional foods, poutine is no sacred dish never to be trifled with. So check out this delicious poutine recipe and then make it your own!

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      • “Carne de Mi Carne” by Kayhan Ozmen - NOWNESS

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        Master fire chef Francis Mallmann serves up mouth-watering cuts in Kayhan Ozmen’s smoky short. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1DhmYHg

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        • “Anatomy of a Dish: Estela” by James Casey and Luis Álvarez y Álvarez - NOWNESS

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          Inside Chef Ignacio Mattos and sommelier Thomas Carter’s new restaurant, whose focus on simplicity and depth of flavor has won them a hoard of fans including Barack Obama. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1xBZZ4D

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          • “Coffee: Six Degrees of Caffeination” by James Casey - NOWNESS

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            Swallow Magazine’s James Casey explores New York’s obsessive love affair with coffee. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1LGaz2e

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            • The Innocents Abroad, Episode 6: Maharlika

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              At the inception of The Innocents Abroad, we kicked around many restaurants to profile in New York City, but we always knew that Maharlika Filipino Moderno in Manhattan’s East Village was right at the top of our list. We love Maharlika, not only because the food is amazing and the atmosphere authentic – its slatted wood ceilings and family photos on the walls make it feel like you’ve been transported to a lola’s (grandma in Tagalog) house in the Philippines – but also because Filipino food is surprisingly difficult to find, even in the food mecca of New York City. Indeed, that’s why Filipino-American Nicole Ponseca founded the restaurant in the first place, and convinced Chef Miguel to learn her family’s cuisine. While shooting our episode we learned how to make Pampangan-style sizzling sisig, an appetizer made of some unusual pork parts cooked three ways. Sounds yummy? Check out our latest episode of The Innocents Abroad to learn to cook your sisig your own kitchen, then visit Maharlika yourself when you’re in New York City for some Filipino hospitality.

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              • “Emotions You Can Eat” by Emile Rafael - NOWNESS

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                Master of modern Italian cookery and ‘Never Trust A Skinny Italian’ author, Massimo Bottura muses on memory and food. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1CMjQ7I

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                • “The Negroni After…” by Manuel Rodrigues - NOWNESS

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                  Manuel Rodrigues directs an ode to the Campari-soaked hangover cure at London’s Ace Hotel, soundtracked by Zebra Katz. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1FfJ9Ah

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                  • Nacho Figueras in “A Caballo” by Matthew Donaldson - NOWNESS

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                    The raven-haired Argentine polo champion Nacho Figueras spins a slow-motion 180 in Matthew Donaldson’s sumptuous epic. The face of Ralph Lauren Black Label and Polo fragrances worldwide, he is said to be the second most handsome man in the world. Read the full feature on NOWNESS: http://bit.ly/1n9JOuF A film by Matthew Donaldson http://www.matthewdonaldson.com/

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                    • DKYD - Live from Houston - Tasting the Soul

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                      Get more cooking tips, dating advice, and date dish recipes by signing up now at DontKillYourDate.com TASTING THE SOUL. The Dating Sage, Spike Spencer, likes to say, when you go to a new country, or just a new city or state and you taste their signature food, you are tasting the soul of that place. Spike shares a little about his “Caveman Principle” on food and travel, and why you should incorporate this into your dating life. If you cook for a woman, you infuse your essence into the food, your heart, your soul. You are giving her a little taste of you, to give her the chance to decide if she wants to taste you further. Yum yum gimme some! Keep Spicing It Up!

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