Andy Meek

From classic breakfast joints to buzzy new restaurants, here's how to spend a weekend in Memphis.
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"I think what makes me happiest is really seeing this idea of people connecting and building with one another through food."
Fireman Derek's Bake Shop in Miami is more than a burgeoning pie empire—it's a tribute to friendship and a labor of love.
In its quotidian aspects—shaping a lump of dough, lopping off the glob that will become a thick loaf with a perfect crust, a mist of flour in the air—Zak Stern sees something profoundly beautiful and life-affirming.
Chefs and restaurateurs doing this kind of thing is not at all a new phenomenon. Food has always represented a platform, a vehicle for change, as much as a necessity and nourishment.
The creative habits of chefs run the gamut from kickboxing to Google searches.
Catching up with Edd Kimber, the very first winner of the popular show.
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Reeling in $5,000 fish is just a small part of life on the water.
Catching up with Edd Kimber, the very first winner of the popular show.
Reeling in $5,000 fish is just a small part of life on the water.