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But I must explain to you how all this mistaken idea of denouncing of a pleasure and praising pain was born and I will give you a complete account of the system, and expound the actual teachings of the great explorer of the truth, the master-builder of human happiness.

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Nor again is there anyone who loves or pursues or desires to obtain pain of itself, because it is pain, but occasionally circumstances occur in which toil and pain can procure him some great pleasure. To take a trivial example, which of us ever undertakes laborious physical exercise, except to obtain some advantage from it?
Jane Doe

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But who has any right to find fault with a man who chooses to enjoy a pleasure that has no annoying consequences, or one who avoids a pain that produces no resultant pleasure?
Jane Doe

Recipe

Unspike it!

For a nonalcoholic punch, replace the sparkling wine with plain seltzer and the rum with pomegranate juice.

Pear-Rum Punch

Active | 15 min Total | 2 ¼ hrs (including chilling time)

To make ahead: Refrigerate pear puree for up to 1 day.

Pureed ripe pears naturally sweeten the fruity base for this punch. For garnish, cut very thin, whole slices from small pears and lay them on top.


Pear Puree

  • 3 medium ripe pears, peeled and chopped
  • ¾ cup water
  • ¼ cup sugar

Punch

  • 1 750-mL bottle chilled sparkling wine, such as Prosecco
  • ½ cup dark rum
  • 4 cups ice, plus more for serving
  • Thinly sliced pears for garnish
  • Pomegranate seeds for garnish

  1. To make pear puree: Combine chopped pears, water and sugar in a medium saucepan; bring to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until the pears are soft, about 5 minutes. Carefully transfer to a blender. Puree until smooth. Refrigerate until cold, about 2 hours or up to 1 day.
  2. To prepare punch: Combine the pear puree, sparkling wine and rum in a punch bowl or pitcher. Add ice. Garnish with pear slices and pomegranate seeds, if desired. Serve over ice, if desired.

Serves 8: about ¾ cup each

Calories 166, Fat 0g (sat 0g), Cholesterol 0mg, Carbs 18g, Total sugars 13g (added 6g), Protein 1g, Fiber 2g, Sodium 4mg, Potassium 79mg.

2nd recipe in a row: Unspike it!

For a nonalcoholic punch, replace the sparkling wine with plain seltzer and the rum with pomegranate juice.

Pear-Rum Punch

Active | 15 min Total | 2 ¼ hrs (including chilling time)

3rd recipe in a row: Unspike it!

For a nonalcoholic punch, replace the sparkling wine with plain seltzer and the rum with pomegranate juice.

Pear-Rum Punch

Active | 15 min Total | 2 ¼ hrs (including chilling time)

Interview - Single Interviewee

GQ interviews David Chang


GQ David, why don't you start by telling us why you picked these guys?

David Chang I had some of Ashley's food at an event at The Restaurant at Meadowood [in Napa Valley], and when I heard her talk, I was like, “Oh shit. She thinks the same way I do about stuff.”


Not long ago, this would have been a panel of chefs all in fine dining.

The difference is there are options now. It's no longer just “I'll go work in a fancy French restaurant.”

Interview - Multiple Interviewees

GQ interviews the staff of The Keg


GQ David, why don't you start by telling us why you picked these guys?

David Chang I had some of Ashley's food at an event at The Restaurant at Meadowood [in Napa Valley], and when I heard her talk, I was like, “Oh shit. She thinks the same way I do about stuff.”


Not long ago, this would have been a panel of chefs all in fine dining.

DCThe difference is there are options now. It's no longer just “I'll go work in a fancy French restaurant.” It's like, “Fuck it, I'm going to go work for Chad Robertson [at Tartine Bakery in San Francisco], learn bread, and maybe open my own bakery.” Or, “Maybe I'll work in a taqueria.” In food, either you care or you don't care. It doesn't matter if you're serving food in a paper cup.

Jessica Koslow I think what you're talking about is finding soul in a restaurant, making sure there's an honesty there and the hand of the chef at play.


So is that it? Is fine dining dead?

Brooks Headley There's always going to be wealthy people who want to have a luxurious experience. And those places are going to always be breeding grounds for cooks that will eventually do other things.

Ashley Christensen A big part of fine dining is special occasions, but when you live in a place, you want to open restaurants that people can eat at more than once a week. I love my city. It's where I want to live for the rest of my life. So I looked around to see what kinds of things it was missing.

JK I've been thinking a lot about what our meals will look like in 2025. And right now, I see people wanting like a meat-and-three. [See “Can I Get the Plants with a Side of Animal?” at right.] What you put in front of us for us to share today is a great example, David. [gestures at the spread Chang has laid out] Each element was super-delicious on its own, and you, as the person eating it, can decide at what point you eat it.

DC And how you eat it.

JK It's not even a restaurant. It's like quick service. More of a counter where you say, “I want those three things.”

DC Have you been to Arnold's, in Nashville? That's like the classic meat-and-three, and they've been doing it for 30 years.

JK Or Ottolenghi, in London.


If “quick service” becomes the norm, wouldn't you miss places to sit down and have a meal?

DCI would, but will the next generation? I mean, I don't give a shit about Lutèce. I don't care about the old Le Cirque. When The Four Seasons closes, I won't give a fuck. Will the next generation want this? I think they'll eat more like what Brooks is doing. It's a purer form of eating, no bullshit.

…to never rake?

A: Think leaf cleanup's a drag? Good news—it's fine for your rake to gather dust. But that doesn't mean you should just let fallen foliage blanket your lawn. Instead, mulch it (chop it into tiny pieces). All you need is a mulching mower.

BOTTOM LINE: not bad at all!

…to stifle a sneeze?

A: Indulge that achoo! When you sneeze, air collects in your lungs, your throat closes off.

BOTTOM LINE: super bad!

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  • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest. Inhale as you move knees away from you; exhale and bring knees back in to chest. Repeat five times.
  • Stretch your left leg out.

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  1. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest. Inhale as you move knees away from you; exhale and bring knees back in to chest. Repeat five times.
  2. Stretch your left leg out.

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Stretch before your feet touch the ground
This gentle two-part move from Pilates and hatha yoga instructor Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones helps warm up your lower back and hip joints.
  1. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest. Inhale as you move knees away from you; exhale and bring knees back in to chest. Repeat five times.
  2. Stretch your left leg out.
Try Again When You're Ready
This gentle two-part move from Pilates and hatha yoga instructor Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones helps warm up your lower back and hip joints, which can feel stiff in the morning.
Try Again When You're Ready
This gentle two-part move from Pilates and hatha yoga instructor Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones.
  • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest. Inhale as you move knees away from you; exhale and bring knees back in to chest. Repeat five times.
  • Stretch your left leg out.
Try Again When You're Ready
This gentle two-part move from Pilates and hatha yoga instructor Jo Ann Staugaard-Jones.

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  • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest. Inhale as you move knees away from you; exhale and bring knees back in to chest. Repeat five times.
  • Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.
    1. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest
    2. And so on...
  • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
  • Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.

Unordered List with Nested Unordered List

  • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
  • Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.
    • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
    • And so on...
  • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
  • Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.

Ordered List with Nested Ordered List

  1. Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.
    1. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
    2. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
  2. Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.
    1. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.

Ordered List with Nested Unordered List

  1. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
  2. Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.
    • Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.
    • Stretch your left leg out on the bed and hug right knee toward chest.
  3. Lie on your back in bed and hug both knees to chest.

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