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Chef Amanda Cohen and WÜSTHOF, Together "Defining the Edgë"

In addition to Cohen, WÜSTHOF celebrates a group of culinary leaders who are pushing boundaries in their communities and on the plate. Meet the members of this industry new wave and get a taste for what "defining the Edgë" is all about. Learn more. >>



Watch how Cohen continually defies expectations by challenging the status quo, and why WÜSTHOF knives, a 200-year-old, family-owned business, exemplifies the same tenacious appetite for excellence.



Says Cohen, "We look at a vegetable as having many parts, as many parts as a cow. Then we think about how we can break it down into many smaller, delicious parts to bring out the most flavor."




Changing people's perceptions about vegetables is no easy task, but chef Amanda Cohen of New York's celebrated Dirt Candy restaurant has made it her personal mission. Here, in her compact 16-seat eatery, Cohen turns out wildly creative vegetable cuisine.

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