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Carlos Salazar

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Rocks Star: A Review of Thunderbird

As consulting chef, Carlos Salazar assembled a menu of modified Southern dishes that are surprisingly complex for the bar-centric format.

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Rook

Carlos Salazar’s umami-rich mushroom dumplings, pork-belly steamed buns, and meat-on-meat pig-face hash have raised the culinary bar while channeling the true spirit of Asia’s great street-food snacks.

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New in Town: Thunderbird

What this snug hideaway lacked in signage (just look for the “T” on the front door), it made up for in gritty-chic charm.

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Best New Comfort Foods: Ramen Noodles

Rook’s Carlos Salazar concocts a beguiling bowl of ramen in an aromatic miso-enriched pork broth laden with anything from a marinated soft-boiled egg to homemade kimchi pickles.

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Foodie: Carlos Salazar's Rookie Season

He had no interest in cooking until high school, when he taught himself to whip up scrambled eggs.

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Introducing: Dinner at Rook

Almost as soon as he installed himself in the kitchen in late August, Carlos Salazar was coining new dinner dishes that, while adding sophistication and breadth to Rook’s already funky menu, furthered Ed Rudisell’s goal of making Asian street-food standards worthy of a night on the town.

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