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From Buttermilk Drop doughnuts to a starring role in ‘Beasts of the Southern Wild.’
“Lucky Peach will be the first floor. Daisho is the third floor. Or the whole thing is Daisho? I don’t even know. I’m not trying to throw you off. It’s constantly changing.”
“I love that we’re here and talking about a film, but I’m like, ‘I can’t really talk about the coffee.’”
Why he doesn’t really stop by Esca.
And he promises that his crazy-looking Hogwarts cake actually tastes good.
He loves Roberta’s! He loves Brooklyn! He gets cagey when we mention a food movie!
Joël Robuchon, Guy Savoy, Alain Ducasse, Jean-Georges Vongrichten, and François Payard joined forces to cook a super-dinner.
Batali and Bastianich react to getting one, and only one star, from Michelin.
Soft tacos or hard?
The chef’s new variety show will debut on ION TV on Sunday.
“Opening in February is kind of challenging, but I like it. I love a challenge.”
Plus, Keller prepares for Jonathan Benno’s departure from Per Se.
Maggie Gyllenhaal goes shopping at Bklyn Larder.
The actress lists her favorite vegetarian restaurants.
He puts sweat into the co-op even though he can afford Whole Foods. But how much sweat?
The Le Bernardin chef educates the Italian designer about restaurant etiquette.
She gets bars to stock Duvel for her!
“The way they cut the pickles, the way they cut the tomatoes, the way they slice the salad, and the size, obviously make those burgers perfect. Except the quality of meat.”
How to re-create a dinner from 1920, but without Winston Churchill.
But he has something to say about organic hot dogs and the restaurant HE would’ve taken the Obamas to.