Topics :: Top Chef
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New Orleans’ po-boy shops, gourmet restaurants and suburban bayou-side eateries are the backdrop for the country’s search for its next "Top Chef," and some of the city’s food stars came out to celebrate.
Preparing a five-course meal ’on the fly’ awaits the final two "chef’testants’ on Bravo’s culinary hit TV show "Top Chef."
Food world luminaries offer their Oscar-worthy examples of screen cuisine, along with a trio of cocktail recipes to help you toast this year’s winners.
Long before Jimmy Buffett wrote "Margaritaville" about Key West, James Beard award-winning chef Norman Van Aken had already pledged allegiance to the magical little scrap of land at the end of the rainbow
Chef Ben Ford, owner of Ford’s Filling Station in Culver City, Calif. - and son of actor Harrison Ford - will be the headline chef at Yuma Lettuce Days.
Named for Charles Lamb, the renowned 19th-century London drama critic and eminent essayist, The Lambs Club, located in The Chatwal New York, recently introduced an Afternoon Tea service featuring Grand Crus teas from the renowned house Le Palais des Thés.
Hilson has cooked on many occasions at the James Beard House in New York, and has also created special culinary offerings for such luminaries as former President George W. Bush, Barbra Streisand, the late Princess Diana, Richard Branson and Billy Joel.
Christopher Kostow, whose restaurant in Napa Valley has three Michelin stars, wanted to sample the diversity of the country’s ingredients: gray oysters from Baja California, lychee-like hairy rambutan from southern Chiapas, and bags of red flying ants.
The Newport Mansions Wine & Food Festival celebrates its 7th year as the most sophisticated wine and food festival on the East Coast. The event returns September 21-23.
Joe Bastianich knows Italian food. The restaurant partner of celebrity chef Mario Batali and the son of Lidia Bastianich, the star of several public television cooking shows, he grew up around meatballs and marinara.
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