We enlist the help of two kid food critics to judge all that's sweet and sour
This Halloween, here's a hint for would-be candy passer-outers: Kit Kats aren't going to cut it anymore. There's an upper echelon of treats for the neighborhood kids, and it's time to get in the game. (Plus, shelling out for high-end gummies and truffles makes stomaching leftovers that much easier.)
These days, ... More
From their favorite things to cook together to their scariest moments in the kitchen, Tutto Il Giorno’s husband-and-wife team gets personal
With three locations of the popular Italian restaurant Tutto Il Giorno (two in the Hamptons and one in NYC's Tribeca), Gabby Karan and her Italian chef husband Gianpaolo De Felice give one another our foodie questionnaire.
What's your favorite thing to cook?
Gabby: Well, I love cooking with you Gianpaolo, although mainly ... More
Two California entrepreneurs are setting a higher standard of quality for the meat Americans consume at home—one exceptional porterhouse at a time
An elite class of U.S. ranchers goes to extreme lengths to guarantee only the highest-quality meat for discerning carnivores willing to spend nearly double on super-premium cuts. While cheaper, feedlot-produced beef still dominates the domestic market, that’s steadily changing thanks to the example set by two West Coast agricultural pioneers—Bill ... More
Masayoshi Takayama creates New York's most luxurious sushi, and he also handcrafts the dishes it's served upon
You might think that the ingredients-focused fanaticism on offer at the Upper East Side’s Kappo Masa—the clubby, à la carte Japanese restaurant adjacent to co-owner Larry Gagosian’s Madison Avenue gallery—would call for only the simplest of serving slabs with little in the way of design. But chef Masayoshi ... More
Touching, tasting and even sniffing my way through the new Ritz-Carlton, Bali
Serenity: The state of being calm, peaceful and untroubled.
In this hyper-connected world? Good luck. But could I find this elusive tranquility on an Indonesian island 10,125 miles from New York? I thought, Why not embark on a peace-of-mind scavenger hunt—and try to fully engage the five senses often dulled by daily ... More
With barbecue and bone broth ruling dinner plates, it was only a matter of time before the leftovers ended up in the drinks
Back when I worked at a classic cocktail bar in New York City, there was a game we played when service was slow. The manager would choose three to five random ingredients—a bottle of vodka that came in the mail, along with Meyer lemons, St. Germain and cinnamon, for example—and ... More
The celebrity chef shares her favorite summer food and music pairings
Donatella Arpaia knows a thing or two about entertaining. The Iron Chef America judge is the owner of New York City hotspots including Kefi and Prova, and she recently expanded her empire by opening Swanky Dog, a gourmet hot dog pop-up eatery in the Chelsea neighborhood. Whether she’s eating pasta ... More
Craving dessert? You’re in luck. Below, DuJour has rounded up the perfect guide to help satisfy any sweet tooth. Read about luxurious (and decadent) treats like gold-adorned cupcakes and Dom Perignon-infused truffles—plus, find out where you can enjoy the most expensive chocolate in the world.
The 9 Most Luxurious ... More