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Chef's Table

Volume 3

Feb 17, 2017

Travel from a Buddhist temple to Michelin-starred restaurants and meet six fascinating chefs pushing the culinary world in bold new directions.

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1: Jeong Kwan
Feb 17, 2017
In South Korea, Buddhist nun Jeong Kwan approaches cooking as a spiritual practice. But her meals have left some of the world's best chefs in awe.
2: Vladimir Mukhin
Feb 17, 2017
At Moscow's White Rabbit, chef Vladimir Mukhin introduces diners to the true spirit of Russian cuisine by giving traditional dishes a modern twist.
3: Nancy Silverton
Feb 17, 2017
Driven by an obsession with dough, award-winning LA chef Nancy Silverton built a bread-making empire before reinventing herself as a mozzarella maven.
4: Ivan Orkin
Feb 17, 2017
A decades-long romance with Japan led New York chef Ivan Orkin to an unlikely new life as a ramen star -- and a master of umami.
5: Tim Raue
Feb 17, 2017
After a stormy youth in the streets of Berlin, chef Tim Raue upended the city's food scene and earned two Michelin stars with provocative new flavors.
6: Virgilio Martínez
Feb 17, 2017
Using little-known ingredients from across Peru, chef Virgilio Martínez creates gorgeous, edible ecosystems in his innovative menu at Central.