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Bill Telepan

  1. interviews
    Why Bill Telepan Closed His Restaurant and Took an Unexpected Staff Job“Listen, I just want a job for the next 15 years and to cook and make people happy.”
  2. Closings
    Esteemed Farm-to-Table Pioneer Telepan Has Closed“Like most restaurants, we operate with very small margins.”
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at Telepan Local, Now Open in TribecaThe menu includes pigs in a blanket and bacon pizza.
  4. Food Politics
    Batali and Telepan Issue Anti-Fracking Op-Ed“We’ll never get back what we lose.”
  5. Foodievents
    Here’s Your First Look at the Lineup for the 2013 New York City Wine &The blockbuster event is moving out of the meatpacking district this year.
  6. Quote of the Day
    Bill Telepan on Food Television and Show-Off ChefsHe’d rather stay in the kitchen than sell cookware on QVC.
  7. Coming Soon
    Looks Like Bill Telepan Is Opening a Tribeca RestaurantThe locavore chef is headed to lower Manhattan.
  8. Slideshow
    Slideshow: Kahan, Vetri, Garces Rock Nellcôte For Common ThreadsCelebrity chefs rock out for Common Threads.
  9. Food Tour
    Ramp-age: Bill Telepan Ranks the City’s Newest Ramp Dishes“Ramps are f*cking awesome. And we only have them for six weeks.”
  10. Health Concerns
    Impress Your Date With the Off-Menu MyPlate Dish at TelepanThere’s one at Felidia, too.
  11. FYI
    White House Honors School-Friendly Chefs As ‘Champions of Change’Jonathan Waxman and Bill Telepan are among the New York names.
  12. Openings
    The Latest Pop-up, Telepan Tribeca, Pops Up April 27Not one to let the great pop-up craze pass him by, chef Bill Telepan establishes temporary residency next week at Pécan.
  13. Mediavore
    Simon Cowell Smuggles Sapporo Into Mr. Chow; Paula Deen Has Her Maid ArrestedA celebrity talent judge has a fondness for Japanese beer and a celebrity chef reports a jewelry heist at home.
  14. Mediavore
    Marker’s Mark Releases a New Bourbon; Australian Man Makes Claim for BiggestPlus: No buyers yet for California Pizza Kitchen, Denny’s in Japan serves foie gras, and chefs harvest food at the White House.
  15. Cheap Eats
    Chefs on Food StampsWhat can Bill Telepan and Jose Garces do with just $68.88 per week?
  16. Video Feed
    Dish Demo: Telepan’s Passover AmuseNot your bubbe’s gefilte fish, that’s for sure.
  17. Beef
    Ducking Controversy: Telepan Readies for Visit From Pâté PoliceThe foie gras protesters who visited Momofuku are back. But do they have the right guy?
  18. Mediavore
    Salman Still Obsessed With Padma; the Swiss Army Knife of Pizza BoxesPlus: a Le Cirque reunion, and Cyndi Lauper as a waitress, all in our morning news roundup.
  19. Farm to Restaurant
    Farm to Restaurant: Macoun ApplesHow Locust Grove Farm’s apples are served at Butter and Telepan.
  20. Mediavore
    Michelle Obama Buys Chocolate Milk at the Farmers’ Market; Pie Fight onPlus: the world’s biggest burger, and one less free magazine, all in our morning news roundup.
  21. Mediavore
    Jennifer Aniston, Restaurateur; Bill Telepan, Cafeteria ManPlus: Parisians cool on Julia Child, and Michelin markets anonymity, all in our morning news roundup.
  22. User's Guide
    Brown-bag It Like a Chef’s KidWhat chefs put in their kids’ lunch bags.
  23. Video Feed
    Your TV Dinner Is Served! All the Food Videos You’d Ever Want to WatchOver 400 videos of restaurant tours, recipe demos, shopping tours, chef interviews, and more!
  24. Openings
    A First Look at Bussaco, the Newest in New Brooklyn CuisineAlums of Le Bernardin and Gotham Bar and Grill keep it real with chicken and waffles.
  25. NewsFeed
    Telepan Settles Year-Old Labor LawsuitFour employees settle with Bill Telepan in a dispute over pooled tips.
  26. Back of the House
    Bourdain & Co. Give Their Picks for Beard Chef NYCWe spoke to a number of food-world luminaries, several of whom will be voting in this year’s James Beard Awards, and asked for their picks for Outstanding Chef NYC.
  27. Back of the House
    New York Chefs Confront Rising Food Costs With Whip and ChairFood costs go up and up, but prices — especially high ones — aren’t supposed to. Given that the rent in most New York restaurants isn’t going to come down anytime soon, this creates a problem for owners. The Wall Street Journal did an excellent feature on this subject on Saturday, showing how some restaurants were dealing with it — Blue Water Grill’s selling beef trimmings as part of a chipotle roll, for example, or Ssäm Bar’s dropping truffles. But we were curious about how some of the other chefs we know, particularly those with a well-heeled clientele, are making do. So we asked around, and here’s what we heard.
  28. VideoFeed
    Inside the Greenmarket With Produce Master Bill Telepan Few chefs are better known for their devotion to seasonal vegetables than Bill Telepan; his eponymous Upper West Side restaurant is one of the city’s foremost temples of Haute Barnyard. Here Telepan guides us through the springtime Greenmarket while offering up tips and opinions. Related: Manhattan Gets Fresh [NYM]
  29. Back of the House
    Telepan, Too, Faces Labor StrifeSpeaking of labor troubles, Bill Telepan seems to be the latest chef-owner to have them on his hands. NY1 reports that workers at Telepan, his Upper West Side Haute Barnyard restaurant, are incensed at management’s taking big chunks of their tips. “They’re actually stealing from what their employees are making,” a former waitress is quoted as saying. Telepan, reached by phone, denies the charges but says he’s not ready to go on the record yet with any details. Telepan Under Fire for Tipping Managers [NY1 via Eater] Earlier: The Heartening Backstory of the Deliveryman Rebellion
  30. The In-box
    I Will Lose the Love of My Family Without Creamed Chipped BeefDear Grub Street, Please help me find a restaurant that serves creamed chipped beef for brunch. My friends and relatives from Philly refuse to visit unless I have one lined up. (I personally do not eat creamed chipped beef — it’s way too scary-looking.)K.M.
  31. Back of the House
    Inside the Troubled Russian Tea Room; Meyer and Others on Media ScrutinyThe fullest account yet of the debacle that is the new Russian Tea Room. Gary Robins comes out looking far more sinned against than sinning, and the owner comes out looking like a jerk. [NYP] A blue-ribbon panel including Mario Batali, Bill Telepan, and Danny Meyer study the question of whether it’s possible to open a restaurant under the radar. The near unanimous answer is no. Will Goldfarb suggests one way: “Do it in Queens.” [Snack] Pichet Ong formerly of Spice Market is the first of the hot pastry chefs to open his own restaurant, the eponymous P*ong. Rivals Sam Mason and Jehangir Mehta (formerly of Aix) are close behind. [NYS] Related: The Launch [Grub Street]
  32. NewsFeed
    Show Them the Money: New York Chefs Make New Year’s Resolutions Being typical office drones, our New Year’s resolutions were fairly predictable: lose weight, use our time better, quit freebasing Lipitor. Thankfully, a few of the city’s chefs have shared some of theirs with us.
  33. Foodievents
    More Than Just a Taste of New York Last night’s A Taste of New York, a major culinary gala presented by New York Magazine at the Puck Building and benefiting City Harvest, was an orgy of food and mirth. Over 30 of the city’s best restaurants, from Alain Ducasse to wd-50, set up tables with a signature dish, and a boisterous crowd of well-heeled foodies circulated around, trying the food and chatting up the chefs.