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Chefs Collective rounds up top Asian culinary talent and highlights the diversity of Asian cuisine, blending age-old techniques with modern-day trends

August 18, 2016

 

Hillary Davis, author of “Cuisine Niçoise,” “French Comfort Food,” and “A Million A Minute,” is a food journalist, cooking instructor, and creator of the popular food blog, Marché Dimanche, in addition to being a celebrated cookbook author. Davis lived in the village of Bar-sur-Loup, near N...

February 1, 2015

The Middle East, which includes several countries that border the Mediterranean, has a long tradition of eating vegetarian. Common Middle Eastern dishes include vibrant fresh salads, dips and breads, as well as a diversity of stuffed vegetable dishes, pilafs, and hearty entrees. Similar to M...

December 11, 2014

Like many Greeks, Aglaia Kremezi grew up eating mostly vegetarian food: foraged greens, garden vegetables, beans of all kinds, fruity olive oil, and local cheeses and yogurt. Until recently, this was a typical Greek diet; meat was traditionally a rare and expensive commodity reserved for Sun...

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