N.J.’s best new restaurant is this celebrity chef’s chic Jersey Shore steakhouse

Everyone deserves a splurge this year — why not wagyu?

The prized and notoriously pricey Japanese beef is, to some foodies, the height of carnivorous decadence. Buttery bovine bliss. I’d been wagyu wary, however; scorned by a deeply underwhelming four-ounce cut I tried at Gordon Ramsay Steak in Atlantic City in 2019. Talk about a waste of $140.

But hey, 2021 is all about rebirth and reconnection, right? Flash forward to earlier this week, as I stared down a piece of A5 Miyazaki Wagyu, one of many luxurious red-meat options at celebrity chef David Burke’s new Red Horse steakhouse in

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ASIA’S 50 BEST RESTAURANTS Honours Chef Mingoo Kang of Mingles, Seoul, With Inedit Damm Chefs’ Choice Award

Kang has earned the respect of Asia’s gastronomic leaders through his tireless work expanding the possibilities of Korean cuisine in recent years. His flagship restaurant, Mingles, first appeared on Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants list in 2016 at No.15. As well as earning the Highest New Entry award, it was also named The Best Restaurant in Korea, an honour it has retained for five consecutive years.

Drawing on his culinary heritage, Kang uses jang (a trio of Korean traditional fermented sauces) and seasonal local herbs to capture authentic Korean flavours. While Mingles’ inspired seven-course tasting menu honours traditional hansik (Korean cuisine),

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Chefs Rate TikTok Food Trends, From Feta Pasta To Cocoa Bombs

By now, you’ve probably seen at least one TikTok cooking trend, either on the app itself or through societal osmosis. Whether it’s cocoa bombs melting into milky oblivion or, perhaps most notoriously, feta melding with tomatoes before being tossed with pasta, there’s a chance at least one of these trends has entranced you. But what do chefs think?

Maria Covarrubias, founder of Cien Chiles and culinary specialist for Chosen Foods, loves these trends taking place on TikTok. People might not be cooking the most delicious food, but they are cooking.

“These trends have helped people that maybe didn’t have

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