The French Laundry and Per Se chef talks about accessibility, superheroes, and what he likes to eat.
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In this weekend's T mag in the Times, there's a wholly un-noteworthy list of six places to try out in Yountville, including the French Laundry, Bottega, and Ad Hoc. Great work, guys. [NYT]...
The 2010 IACP cookbook award winners were announced last night.
Is Thomas Keller done with fine dining?
The finalists for the IACP book awards are announced, with one glaring omission.
Restaurant spaces in Marin and Brentwood are being considered.
Plus, which other cookbooks did exceptionally well this holiday season?
A celeb chef writes a menu for a celeb wedding and a Polish vodka gains a new U.S. pitchman and shareholder..
Plus: prisoners sue over soy-heavy diet, and Bruce Willis diversifies into alcohol, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Bruce Willis becomes some sort of vodka mogul, and 'Ad Hoc at Home' sells out, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Revolution Rock Bar's owner makes a plea, and Fenway restaurants get pumped for the Winter Classic, all in our morning news roundup.
The mega-chef swings by for a book signing for "Ad Hoc at Home."
One Grub Street reader is getting a signed copy of Keller's latest best-seller.
Meanwhile, how many copies has This Is Why You're Fat sold?
Chef Thomas Keller is signing a free copy of his new book for one Grub Street reader.
The chef goes on tv to promote his new cookbook, Ad Hoc at Home.
Chef Dave Cruz guides us through the preparation of this paella-like dish.
A backstage tour of Thomas Keller's family-style restaurant, with chef de cuisine Dave Cruz.
A slideshow peek inside the kitchen of Thomas Keller's family-style restaurant.