Mouthing Off

By the Editors of Food & Wine Magazine

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While ice cream expert Jeni Britton Bauer could have given her younger self some advice, she chose not to. Here's why.

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#FoodWineWomen

Five essential steps to writing your own cookbook, by Agatha Kulaga and Erin Patinkin.

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Chefs in Residence

Kangaroos, and crocodiles and monks are just a few of Eric Ripert's new friends in the new season of Avec Eric, which premieres this Saturday at 9:30 a.m. on The Cooking Channel

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Expert Guide

Chef Wolfgang Puck hasn’t watched the Oscars from home in more than 20 years. Instead, the celebrated Los Angeles chef cooks for the Hollywood elite at the Governors Ball—the star-studded Academy Awards after-party.

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#FoodWineWomen

Here, chef Mary Dumont shares five tips on how to break into the food business.  

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Follow Friday

"Along the way I've had the joy of working with some very inspiring women in my role at JBF," says James Beard Foundation President Susan Ungaro. Here are just a few of them. 

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#FoodWineWomen

Here, 39 impressive women who inspire Berkeley-based chef and writer Samin Nosrat. 

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#FoodWineWomen

Pastry pro Belinda Leong shares five women you should admire in the pastry world. 

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Jacques Pépin

Graduating from culinary school or working in a kitchen doesn’t automatically make you a chef. For Jacques Pépin, a true chef has traveled, learned from other cultures and knows how to make a really great hot dog.

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The Usual

Seven years ago, chef Tony Messina of Boston’s Uni started to get migraines. That, unfortunately, meant no more post-shift cocktails. Now, Messina opts for a refreshing mocktail infused with juniper berries, which mimic the flavor of gin.

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