Also, the host makes General Tso's Chicken with ketchup.
From Boston to S.F., the football-making material is trending on menus.
We've kidded him for being overexposed, but he was everywhere this week!
Not to be outdone by Alan Richman, Bruce Palling takes an S.F. refresher tour.
The offal-loving chef might have gone a little far with the blood and guts.
The massive food festival featured appearances by some of the most respected chefs in the country.
This actually might make recipes harder to follow, but anyway...
A new issue of 'Wolverine' will be set in San Francisco, and will feature chef Chris Cosentino as a character.
See two clips from last night's S.F. episode of 'Bizarre Foods.'
Plus, a look inside the Centrico chef and 'Chopped' judge's apartment.
What else would you expect?
"You take caul fat, the fatty membrane around organs, and stretch it out really thin. It looks exactly like lace."
That's pronounced "en-doo-ya."
This year's theme was all Japan, all the time.
A video interview during last weekend's Off the Grid at McCoppin.
The "famously anonymous" local Michelin inspector was at Incanto last night, and in yet another example of how real-time Twittering might not be the best choice for a critic trying to remain anonymous, the dude announced his whereabouts only to...
At Aspen Food & Wine, chef Chris Cosentino talks about why he loves offal.