Food

Ayşegül Savaş’ Late-Summer Breakfast

The Paris-based Turkish writer shares her recipe for the perfect morning spread that lasts for hours and is meant for sharing.

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Family Style

Anton Gottlob’s Wild Branzino al Sale

The German-born, London-based photographer and director shares his favorite dish from his debut Italian cookbook.

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One Thing You Must Do Before Roasting Chicken

Forget your favorite cooking method, there’s one critical step you’re likely overlooking.

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Ella Quittner

Anohni’s Ode to Boiled Potatoes

The enigmatic musician and visual artist imbues everything she does with poetry. Here, she shares a boiled potatoes recipe that will warm both stomachs and hearts.

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Coach Cuisine

The luxury fashion house opens its debut restaurant and coffee shop in Jakarta, Indonesia. The dual dining establishments take inspiration from the brand’s New York roots—topped with a lifesize replica of the iconic yellow taxi cab.

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Anyu Ching

Activists Can Like Champagne, Too

Ruinart toasts to its year-long artist collaboration program with a Frieze LA dinner celebrating Andrea Bowers and her dedication to environmental justice.

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Meka Boyle

Cannoli Casa

Deep in the heart of Brooklyn, this old-world bakery is a kaleidoscopic Sicilian Willy Wonka candy jungle.

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Ella Quittner

Vitali Gelwich’s Hearty Borscht

The photographer shares his mother’s recipe for this classic Eastern European dish.

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Show Me the Greens

Antonio D’Angelo oversees all of Giorgio Armani’s culinary empire, including Nobu Milano. When Covid-19 put a halt to importing produce from Asia, the executive chef decided to take matters into his own hands, opening his own wasabi farm in Northern Italy of all places.

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Gilda Bruno

Paris Hit List

Three off-the-beaten-Champs-Élysées dinners you must have on any occasion in the City of Lights.

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Ella Quittner

Venetia Scott’s Hometown Hake

The dual photographer and fashion stylist misses her friends (and their food).

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The Life of Pavlova

A citrus-y pavlova to turn any somber winter day into a warm dance party.

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Mon Petit Canard

Home Cooking

In the heart of Portland, Oregon, where the culinary scene is as eclectic as the city itself, Gregory Gourdet interweaves centuries of history with his own memories. For Family Style No. 1, the James Beard Award-winning chef has imagined a unique three-course menu that is as powerful as it is personal.

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Sophia Roe

Macrodosing Shrooms at Demo

Don’t Miss the Arroz a la Plancha, the banana pudding, or anything Jacob Nass wants to pour you at this new West Village, New York hotspot.

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Ella Quittner

Tahirah Hairston’s Flavor-Packed Collard Greens

The Brooklyn-based writer senses what’s missing.

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Liz Johnson Artur’s Beetroot Salad Has Deeper Meanings

The Russian-Ghanaian artist has been enjoying this dish for more than three decades.

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Sarah Blais’ Taste of Home

The documentary, portrait, and fashion photographer shares her mother’s recipe for blueberry coffee cake.

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Gus Van Sant’s Sweet and Savory Spaghetti

The Palme d'Or award-winning director and painter shares his own pasta take on sausage and pineapple.

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Martin Parr’s No-Nonsense Fried Fish

The renowned British photographer shares his favorite dish. Much like his vivid artwork, it’s pure and simple.

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An Elegy for Commerce, an Ode to the Commerce Inn

To drop into New York's The Commerce Inn mid-dog walk and sip a tavern coffee with whisky and maple in one of the wooden booths on the bar-side of the quirky restaurant on a Sunday morning is the best version of stopping by a neighbor’s just to say hi.

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Ella Quittner

So Long, Sad Veggies

The once-overlooked crudité has undergone a gourmet transformation, gracing upscale menus with vibrant displays of seasonal vegetables and artisanal dips.

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Kyle Beechey

Music, Mussels, and More with Mon Petit

The beautiful thing about Rowan Spencer and Emma Leigh Macdonald's seafood flatbread is that their favorite part about eating steamed mussels—dipping bread into the salty shellfish broth—happens no matter how you enjoy it. In their inaugural Family Style series, the creative pair known as Mon Petit Canard share an original recipe for the Feast of the Seven Fishes—along with some delectable musical pairings.

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Mon Petit Canard

What Does Thanksgiving Mean to You?

From politics and post-traumatic stress to cinnamon-y pumpkin pie, Thanksgiving—the annual-slash only American day dedicated to gratitude—means a lot of things to a lot of people. It also means nothing to many others. Post passing the turkey, Family Style asked 20 or so creatives from all around the world what the pre-Black Friday feast signifies for them personally, and how each celebrated this year if they did so at all.

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Mama's Boy

As New York sandwich shop Regina’s Grocery debuts its third location, Family Style speaks with founder Roman Grandinetti about the delicate politics of naming menu items after family members—and mayonnaise.

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Rachel Summer Small

That’s Hot... and Good, too?

Trendy restaurants often exist in an echo chamber of celebrity and social clout, but a new crop of good-looking eateries around the globe are inviting us to enjoy our comfort food and look cool, too.

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Kyle Beechey

The Indian Supper Club in Downtown New York Where Culture and Kulfi Collide

The Salon is a monthly supper club put on by New York–based artists Ananya Chopra and Kritika Manchanda, who channel their childhoods to put out impeccably composed regional northern Indian food.

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Ella Quittner

Daniel Humm Eats with the Four Seasons, and Paints Them, Too

Eleven Madison Park owner and three Michelin star-rated chef Daniel Humm reveals four new paintings from his new book, "Eat More Plans."

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