In January, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal (+44.20.7201.3833, www.dinnerbyheston.com), the highly antic
Wolfgang Puck’s star is not fading anytime soon.
With 11 restaurants and tapas bars, not to mention television shows and cookbooks, chef José Andrés is the padrino of Spanish cooking in America.
Chef André Chiang trained at France’s most famous gastronomic temples: Pierre Gagnaire, L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon, and L’Astrance in Paris, plus Maison Troisgros in Roanne and Le Jardin
Few causes bring chefs together like GrowNYC, a nonprofit that sponsors farmer’s markets across most of the five boroughs.
Not long after the demise of Gray Kunz’s Manhattan restaurant Grayz, chef Martin Brock found a new professional home as chef de cuisine at San Francisco’s acclaimed Restaurant Gary Danko.
For more than 130 years, Commander’s Palace in New Orleans has been a bastion of the ultimate in genteel Southern dining.
Online meat purveyor 35° (www.35degreessteaks.com) grants serious beef lovers access to the same succulent s
The International Culinary Center is offering a Parisian-style baking course, Madeleines & Macaroons, on May 15 ($195) and a 10-hour Tapas Essentials on June 4 and 5 ($675) at its Manhattan l
Thirty-five-year-old chef Homaro Cantu is sending traditional Asian cuisine into a tailspin at his new restaurant iNG, which opened in Chicago’s meatpacking district in March.
Art Buchwald, the late Pulitzer Prize–winning columnist for the Washington Post, once wrote of an evening meal: “Dinner is not what you do in the evening before something else.
A curiously foggy domed glass bowl arrives at the table.
Of the many ingredients in his life, business and pleasure are perhaps the two that chef José Andrés mixes most admirably.
Those with a taste for richly flavored Mangalica ham no longer have to visit a big-city butcher shop or high-end restaurant such as the Modern or Bar Boulud in Manhattan to order this Sp
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Sixty of some of the world’s greatest chefs are orchestrating Le Dîner des Grands Chefs on April 6 at the Château de Versailles.
The acclaimed pâtés, terrines, and cured meats served at New York’s Bar Boulud soon can be purchased at Epicerie Boulud (
Chef Daniel Boulud will host his 14th annual Sunday supper to benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels on March 6 at Daniel on Park Avenue and 65th Street in New York.