Dish Breakdown: Kali’s Meringue Gelato with Candied Yolk Shavings

Written by: Jesse Hom-Dawson

If we counted on our hands how many times we’ve had an amazing meal at a restaurant only for it to be followed up by a subpar dessert, we’d run out of fingers and toes. Some restaurants put so much weight on appetizers, entrees and even cocktail lists that oftentimes desserts get left behind. Which […]




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FYI: Figs

Written by: Madelyn Gagnon

“To eat figs off the tree in the very early morning, when they have been barely touched by the sun, is one of the exquisite pleasures of the Mediterranean.” ― Elizabeth David, An Omelette and a Glass of Wine




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FYI: Oysters

Written by: Madelyn Gagnon

“He was a bold man that first ate an oyster.” – Jonathan Swift




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Nice, Ice, Baby

Talking Creative Ice Cream Flavors with CoolHaus Co-Founder Natasha Case

Written by: Madelyn Gagnon

Foie gras PB&J, Peking duck, pastrami, Cuban cigar, salad, whiskey Lucky Charms, potato latke with applesauce and fried chicken and waffles. These are just a handful of CoolHaus’s most out of this world ice cream flavors in their culinary arsenal, aside from the crazy cookies and treats that they bake to accompany them. Say you […]




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Luxury by the Spoonful

Petrossian Caviar Aims to Taste and Educate

Written by: Jesse Hom-Dawson

It’s often that some of the most highly regarded and luxurious food items seem off-putting. Fatty, swollen goose liver as foie gras? Calf and lamb pancreas as sweetbreads? Fish eggs as caviar? However, it’s the rarity and uniqueness of these products that make them so coveted—not to mention that they’re just plain delicious. And Christopher […]




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Jennifer Lynn Bice

Founder of Redwood Hill Farm & Creamery

Written by: Jesse Hom-Dawson

Jennifer Lynn Bice’s love of goats started young, when her and her nine siblings joined 4-H in the small town of Sebastopol, CA and began raising goats. With five or six goats to a child, they soon became beloved pets, with individual names and tricks taught by the family. With 50 or 60 goats on […]




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Scoop Globally with Choctál

A Single-Origin Delight

Written by: Amanda Kay Mannshahia

Have you ever traveled the lush rainforests of the equator? Or immersed yourself in the vibrant sea of greens that drench the countries of Ghana, Costa Rica, or the Island of Borneo? Well the truth is, some may never see these tropical havens. But that doesn’t mean you can’t experience these places without leaving the […]




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Cheers to Chocolates!

Chocolate and Spirits Come Together in the Perfect Match

Chocolate, like alcohol, comes in various shapes and sizes—light, dark, single-source, artisan, flavored. So it’s no wonder then, that the two make such perfect bedfellows. Below, a few of our favorite selections. Chocolat Moderne & Courvoisier Cognac The New York–based gourmet chocolatier has been crafting luxury morsels for more than a decade. Award-winning chocolatier Joan […]




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Terrine’s Garden to Glass

Craft Cocktails Blossom and Bloom

Written by: Becky Tsadik

We love having a bounty of fresh produce on our lips and recently found it in one of our favorite places: in our cocktail glass. Terrine’s Head Bartender Ryan Wainwright churns out fresh cocktails that change seasonally along with Executive Chef Kris Morningstar’s California-French fare at Terrine in Los Angeles. Wainwright has gained a reputation […]




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