Desserts from William Werner In a CSA of sorts, San Francisco pastry chef William Werner sends members of his Tell Tale Society a bag each month filled with his super-creative desserts. The most popular ones will end up on the menu of his new restaurant, Tell Tale Preserve Company. Here, a few of those winners.
Trendspotting: Curating The problem with our Internet-saturated, 24-7 culture? Too many choices. Now we need help winnowing down the options. Here, some focused guidance from skilled curators on food, wine, shopping and travel.
Evening Land Wines Mark Tarlov made a small fortune as a Hollywood producer, and he's set on spending it to establish his new winery, Evening Land. Now, he's making world-class bottlings and creating house wines for America's biggest chefs.
Midtown Lunch: Takeout Recipes Midtown Lunch blogger Zach Brooks hunts for frugal, fabulous meals. F&W re-creates his favorites.
The Paris City Guide It's taken a generation for Les Halles to recover from the razing of its market in the '70s. Now, Paris' historic first-arrondissement zone is starting to come back.
Mediterranean Food A take-out expert's dishes are anything but authentic Mediterranean food, and that's how he likes it.
The Mexico City City Guide Mexico City's gritty Roma neighborhood has long existed in the shadow of the more upscale Condesa. First artists moved in, then chefs followed. Now, it's an essential cultural and culinary stop for travelers.
Top Chef Top 10: Tre Wilcox The Top Chef all-star takes a break from launching his Marquee Grill in Dallas to tell F&W's Kate Krader about his passion for Muscle Milk and his weakness for Hooters fried chicken wings.
The Marrakech City Guide New shops are luring tourists out of the medina to Marrakech's old European quarter, Guéliz.
The Brooklyn City Guide Williamsburg now champions what Brooklyn, NY, is best atartisanshipin everything from coffee to barbecue. That devotion is even attracting Manhattan chefs.
Go List 2011 City Guides F&W's always-hungry correspondents around the planet reveal the most dynamic neighborhoods in the most exciting cities and tell where to go for thrilling food, wine, style, design, art and cocktails. (Turns out all these things are sometimes on a single street!)
The London City Guide The Savoy has been the talk of London since reopening last fall. But these hotels are now stealing the spotlight with new restaurants from star chefs.
Andrew Zimmern: Real Recipes, Scary Foods On Bizarre Foods, Andrew Zimmern travels the world eating the unimaginable. At home, he transforms even his weirdest discoveries into simple, delicious dishes.
The Jerusalem City Guide A decade-long initiative to renovate Machane Yehuda's 100-year-old market in Jerusalemknown to locals as "the shuk"has inspired restaurateurs to open market-to-table places all along its edge.
The Tokyo City Guide The hot shopping zone of Ginza is also home to hyper-regional restaurants from three of Tokyo's most exciting talents.
The Sydney City Guide Sydney's design district, Surry Hills, now doubles as a food destination with new wine bars and restaurantsboth fancy and casualfrom some of the Australian city's most skilled chefs and sommeliers.
The Honolulu City Guide Ian Schrager's new hotel, the Waikiki Edition, is Honolulu's hub of grooviness. Here, a 24-hour guide.
The Singapore City Guide Expat celebrity chefs are opening splashy places in Singapore's megaresorts, but locals are buzzing about restaurants and boutiques in the prewar shop-houses around the quiet corner of Chinatown known as Ann Siang Hill.
The Copenhagen City Guide Three of superstar chef René Redzepi's favorite restaurants are on Copenhagen's Jægersborggade Street.
Melrose Market: Cook Like a Food Artisan The indie food vendors at Seattle's new Melrose Market belong to a mutual admiration society. The result: some delicious collaborations.
The Shanghai City Guide The restaurant scene exploded last year when Shanghai hosted the World Expo. The hottest spots: the Surpass Court and Sinan Mansions complexes in the French Concession.
Patagonia Wine: Pinot Quest Piero Incisa della Rocchetta is a scion of the aristocratic winemaking family behind Tuscany's groundbreaking Sassicaia. But he's also a maverick working in the middle of nowhere to produce stunning Patagonian Pinot Noir.
The São Paulo City Guide For eons, the two eating options on sleepy Rua Joaquim Antunes in São Paulo's Jardim Europa district were a bakery and a food mart. Then, a former model opened a restaurant with a revolving art exhibit and haute Brazilian cooking, single-handedly putting the street on the city's gastronomic map.
Island Wine and Escapes Home to twisty vines growing under brilliant blue skies, the islands here produce stellar wines and travel fantasies.
The Toronto City Guide Here, an eating tour along Dundas Street West, an idiosyncratic road in Toronto's Little Portugal area.