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Season Two of ‘Emily in Paris’ Is Still Inedible Tripe

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Searching for Meaning in Nicolas Cage’s Truffle Flick, ‘Pig’

The Michael Sarnoski film about a former chef searching for his truffle-hunting pig is tonally inconsistent and narratively incoherent

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How Do You Tell the Story of Anthony Bourdain?

A Restaurateur Reluctantly Becomes a Civil Rights Leader in Steve McQueen’s Brilliant ‘Mangrove’

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Good-bye to the Lox Sherpa of Russ & Daughters

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The Lack of Flavor in ‘Emily in Paris’ Is Only Emphasized by Its Meals

Among the Netflix series’s set pieces are a boulangerie, a brasserie, and a bistro, which represent Paris as artlessly as the show’s American protagonist

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He’s a Former Navy SEAL Who Makes Precision Lasers. Why Did He Just Buy Ample Hills?

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‘The Kitchen at Per Se Was a Clean Place but Hard and Heartless Too’

Kwame Onwuachi’s memoir, "Notes From a Young Black Chef," reveals kitchen abuse at Thomas Keller’s NYC restaurant

Review: Ella Brennan Deserves a Better Doc Than ‘Commanding the Table’

Review: Jeremiah Tower Doc ‘The Last Magnificent’ Sizzles From Start to Finish