World Renowned Chef Ferran Adrià’s Next Move

Foodies around the world have clamored for a taste of Ferran Adrià’s cooking at El Bulli, the restaurant he’s worked at since 1984 and that he’s transformed into a palace of modern cuisine, particularly in recent years as his fame has grown to international proportions.

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January Food Events Guide

There are delicious things happening every day all over the map, but some are just that much more exciting. These are our picks for the top five food events this month.

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Food and Travel Collide in 2011

After all the hustle and bustle of the holiday season, most of us are in need of a break from traveling and, of course, eating. So what’s a food and travel blogger (for instance) to do? Cooking shows, of course! Some of the genre’s best-loved programs follow chefs, eaters, and locals to the best food in the world—a great tool for planning your next trip, or just whiling away an afternoon.

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Five Places to Eat in Five Major Airports

This week, as many of you set out on your travel to see family and friends for the Christmas holiday, the odds are good that you’ll pass through one of the following five airports—the five largest in the country, according to the FAA. Though we wish you speedy security lines and no delays, if you find yourself in a jam, there’s plenty to keep you well-fed. These are our picks for exemplary performance in the overcrowded-airport category.

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Five Luxury Gifts for Food Lovers

Since most high-end foods have to be shipped fresh or overnight, they make the perfect last-minute holiday gift, and if you’re feeling indulgent, what could be a better gift?

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