It's called 'A Dash of Genius.'
Iron Chef Jose Garces, who now owns fifteen restaurants in Philadelphia, Chicago and elsewhere, is on tour with his second book, Latin Road Home: Savoring the Foods of Ecuador, Spain, Cuba, Mexico, and Peru. KQED just did an interview with...
The party costs $80 to attend, and there will clearly be meat.
Look for it in e-book form this fall and in hard copy next spring.
Fish on Mondays, probably okay now.
Her new cookbook is all about the basics.
Looking at, and cooking through, all 815 issues of 'Gourmet.'
Th Iron Chef will discuss his latest book, "The Latin Road Home."
The book comes out October 25.
It's part travelogue, part wine tour, and part cookbook, covering Northern Italy.
The dinner will feature some of the city's most talented chefs, who also happen to be women.
The book comes out January 29.
The authors will sign copies of their new book, and discuss the beers being paired with the dinner.
He's back in Philly again, and this time he's giving out free copies of his new book.
In building his formidable restaurant kingdom, the Iron Chef has been keeping himself busy, and out of the kitchen.
Phan says the key to balance is learning how to "delegate" and "trust people.”