The Locavore Empire of Anya Fernald With a slew of exciting new artisanal food projects—including a pastured-beef ranch, a chain of butcher shops and a beautiful eco-lodge—entrepreneur Anya Fernald is trying to turn the locavore trend into a permanent way of life.
2013 Restaurant Preview: Biggest Trends, Openings and Recipes We looked into our culinary crystal ball for 2013 and found more than two dozen new and upcoming restaurants, including an incredible rotisserie-chicken joint in Atlanta, a pasta mecca in St. Louis and the top-to-bottom revamp of Beverly Hills’s famed Spago. Plus: 10 recipes pulled straight from their menus.
Best New Chef Most Wanted Recipes: Lee Hefter We’ve sold a lot of côtes de boeuf over the years,” says Los Angeles chef Lee Hefter. “We make about eight to 10 of them a night, and we’ve done that seven days a week for 15-and-a-half years. You can do the math.”
A Night at the Peacock Pavilions Two talents from opposite sides of the world—Moroccan chef Mourad Lahlou and American design blogger Maryam Montague—rethink the classic dishes and design of Marrakesh for a dinner party at the Peacock Pavilions, Montague's lavish estate outside the ancient city.