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David Chang on the allures of the kitchen’s dark side and its battle against the light.

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Iliana Regan shares her perspective on changing kitchen culture.

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The Gelinaz Shuffle is about osmosis, an exchange of flavors and ideas.

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Examining the legacy of the pioneer who trained Passard.

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The Japanese art of kintsugi, which shows that something broken can become better than it was before.

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The author of “Skirt Steak” argues that women aren’t deemed restaurant material.

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A look at one of Paris’ most beloved, and quietest, chefs.

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Perhaps you should shut up about the small plates spot where there used to be a fishmonger, a butcher, a grocer, or hardware store, argues the editor of the Observer Food Monthly.

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NAMAEMAIN

In embracing freeform exploration and deliciousness over convention, Namae Shinobu’s cooking heralds a new wave in Japan.

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A revered Japanese mixologist who thinks both the color and shape of the glass affect how a drink tastes.

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Yoshihiro Murata on the need to push things forward and the future of food.

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A recipe from the boys at Bror

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Everything tastes more delicious if you feel good about where it came from.
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall 

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MAD (taken from the Danish word for “food”) is a not-for-profit organization that works to expand knowledge of food to make every meal a better meal; not just at restaurants, but every meal cooked and served. Good cooking and a healthy environment can and should go hand-in-hand, and the quest for a better meal can leave the world a better place than we found it. MAD is committed to producing and sharing this knowledge and to taking promising ideas from theory to practice.