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Meet Our Chefs to Watch 2017
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Chefs to Watch 2018
Chefs to Watch 2017: Aaron Adams, Farm Spirit, Portland, Ore.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Ryan Lachaine, Riel, Houston
Chefs to Watch 2017: Tom Berry, Ruka, Boston
Chefs to Watch 2017: Michael and Tara Gallina, Vicia, St. Louis
Chefs to Watch 2017: Steve Samson, Rossoblu, Los Angeles
Chefs to Watch 2017: John & Nyna Weatherson, Restaurant Trokay, Truckee, Calif.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Kim Alter, Nightbird, San Francisco
Chefs to Watch 2017: Junghyun ‘JP’ Park, Atoboy, New York City
Recipes from this issue
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Black garlic salami, reduced whey, broccoli, sorrel and lovage
Confit duck fried rice
Soft Scrambled Eggs with Smoked Carrots, Chicken Confit, and Crispy Sprouts
Chefs to Watch 2017: Mason Hereford, Turkey and the Wolf, New Orleans
Chefs to Watch 2017: Andrew Bachelier, Campfire, Carlsbad, Calif.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Jonny Hunter, Forequarter, Madison, Wis.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Lou Boquila, Perla, Philadelphia
Chefs to Watch 2017: Kate Williams, Lady of the House, Detroit
Chefs to Watch 2017: Carrie and Rupert Blease, Lord Stanley, San Francisco
Chefs to Watch 2017: Benjamin Sukle, Birch and Oberlin, Providence, R.I.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Tracy Chang, Pagu, Cambridge, Mass.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Scott Anderson, Elements, Princeton, N.J.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Diana Davila, Mi Tocaya Antojería, Chicago
Chefs to Watch 2017: Dave Park, Hanbun, Westmont, Ill.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Tommy Lee, Hop Alley and Uncle, Denver
Chefs to Watch 2017: David and Anna Posey, Elske, Chicago
Chefs to Watch 2017: Trevor Stockton, RT Lodge, Maryville, Tenn.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Andre Gomez, Porch Light Latin Kitchen, Smyrna, Ga.
Chefs to Watch 2017: Jeremiah Langhorne, The Dabney, Washington, D.C.
What’s Happened Since Becoming a Chef to Watch?
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Nashville Hot Isn't Just for Fried Chicken Anymore
These Chefs Prove that Pimento Cheese Is More than Just a Dip
Shannon Mustipher Is Here to Modernize Tiki Cocktails
Click below for an alphabetical list of chefs by last name