The most surprising part of the announcement is that the St. John chef hasn't won yet.
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An instant collector's item.
The man is a sage, and he also has some good advice about how to use sage.
The domestic diva bought clay in prison with her commissary cash.
Plus: Only about seven percent of the food served at most children's hospitals is considered healthy; and a look at the nativity scene Martha Stewart created while in jail, all in our morning news roundup.
The hearts-and-parts fest returns with something new: seafood.
Both of L.A.'s primary restaurant critics hit the road this week and like what they find.
Our favorite bit from the 'Saveur 100: Chef's Edition.'
• Inside Scoop SF, the Chron's previously announced daily food blog, is scheduled to launch tomorrow. [Between Meals] • California's Montclair Meat Co. is recalling 53,000 pounds of ground beef in an e. coli scare. [USDA via Circle of Food]...
• Little did we know, you can still find freshly popped popcorn with real butter at various SF cinemas. [Bay Area Bites] • Frances gets a write-up in the Times (via 7x7's Jordan McKay) about its buck-an-ounce house wine deal....
Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken welcome a culinary trendsetter from the U.K.
With El Bulli about to take a hiatus, chefs reflect on the state of scientific cuisine.
It turns out that the compendium of the world's greatest chefs did include a couple of Canucks.
A first look at the Spotted Pig team's new project, opening next week.
Fergus Henderson isn’t the only Michelin-starred Brit paying us a visit.
The king of hearts and parts is back in town, cooking at the Breslin and the Spotted Pig.
Incanto chef joins Magnolia team for a collaborative offal dinner.