He wants to spend more time with his family and focus on Loco'l.
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"That thing on the menu costs $25. That's all it costs."
Cooking is actually "magic," Patterson says.
"Once you get to be 5, it's okay."
For one night only on October 14.
Also, he talks about his upcoming cookbook.
Money intended for Governor in Dumbo, which will not reopen, will instead be routed to the historic pizzeria.
It starts with Josh Jensen of Calera Winery.
Also, his first exposure to wine was at a South Bay pizza chain.
Coi to Host Hurricane Sandy Benefit Dinner on December 3 With Guest Chefs Corey Lee, Christopher Kostow, and Others
The dinner will feature seven courses, with others by Evan Rich, Chris L'Hommedieu, and Bill Corbett.
The much buzzed-about Swedish chef stopped in San Francisco to cook with Daniel Patterson while on his book tour.
It all makes very little sense, once again.
There are still a couple seats left.
"[I had] a kind of elegant bowl of grits of ground corn with a garnish of popcorn..."
A recipe from the Coi chef just popped up in the unlikeliest of places.
It's a new eight-course offering formalized in printed form.
It's a bit of a random list, but aren't they all.
Thomas, Alice, and Daniel, oh my!
Also, there's a new wine director, Peter Birmingham.
Don't worry -- everything is pretty light and airy. You can take it.