Stefano Scatà
On the cover: In the new old world South is North—as in Neapolitan chef Antonino Cannavacciuolo with his sous chef Pasquale Laero, earning two Michelin stars at his ornate Villa Crespi in Piedmont, and Mauro Colagreco, an Argentine of mixed European background, winning accolades on the French Riviera.
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The October Issue Is Here

October 2013

A Window on Europe

Pilot Light: Postnational Cuisines?

Front Burner
Insider news and updates from around the world
Kitchen “Coffee”
Snap! Crackle! Boom!
Floating Island
Service Station: What the Waiter Said
Sad Good-Bye: Colin Devlin
Perfect Pairing
Iowa Baits Chefs

Deep Dish
Chefs’ coming and goings

Say Cheese
Our paparazzi’s portfolio

Whisk Around the World
Global restaurant and hotel dish

Birth Announcements
A roundup of restaurant openings

Wine Notes
New wine releases

Making Noise Up North
A gruff Neapolitan stars on a placid lake in Piedmont

The Transcontinentalist
Argentine chef refines the Riviera at two-star restaurant

A Euro Zone, Burmese Style
A Franco-Italian food store stamped Made in Burma

Pleasing Prosecco
A bubbly meets its matches

The Finishing Touch
Accessorize your table for success

Favorite Gear
Kitchen toys that make chefs happy

Bay Area Standouts Stand Up
Demos and opinions at Food Arts’ SF Chefs event

Recipe File
A sheaf of recipes drawn from this issue
Bean Tagliatelle with Garlic, Olive Oil & Bottarga
Grilled Squid with Charred Eggplant, Bagna Caôda Sauce & Carrot Flowers
Salt Cod Gnocchetti with Truffles of the Sea
Duck Breast Cooked in a Prosecco Leaf with Duck Skin “Chips” & Prosecco Must Jus
Pig’s Tail Croustillant with White Leek, Dijon Mustard Vinaigrette & Mint Flowers
Black Sesame Biscuit, Nasturtium Ice Cream

Silver Spoon Award: Pierre Hermé