The Splendid Table: Peanut Butter and Jelly, Hartwood, Japanese Artisans, and Tucson

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The law of peanut butter and jelly? Why some flavors work well together


“The more I thought about the things that I was eating that I loved, the more I realized that they all followed these laws,” says chef Justin Warner, author of The Laws of Cooking

 

 
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Eric Werner on Hartwood restaurant: ‘We were just following our dream’


Mya Henry and Eric Werner turned their shared dream into a reality by opening the restaurant Hartwood near the Caribbean Sea in Tulum, Mexico.

 

 
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Exploring Japan’s food culture through its master artisans


Matt Goulding, author of Rice, Noodle, Fish, spent three months exploring the food in different regions of Japan. “To find a person who’s been cooking nothing but tempura for 80 years of their life, it’s a pretty remarkable thing,” he says.

 

 
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UNESCO recognizes Tucson as a City of Gastronomy

In December 2015, Tucson, Arizona, was named a City of Gastronomy in the Creative Cities Network by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. Gary Nabhan, W.K.

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