The next season features Alex Atala, Ana Ros, Dominique Crenn, Enrique Olvera, Gagan Anand, and Grant Achatz.
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"The way it was presented was delicate. It was small, it was cute."
Grub Street sat down with David Gelb to talk about how Chef's Table will differ from other food programs.
It was in October that she said, "I know how to do that shit, but I have no interest in being America's Next Iron Chef."
Attention, all you people with ace brunoise game.
And there isn't even a lot of glaringly obvious product placement (yet).
"I’m laboring over this, because I want to get it right."
Season two was particularly rough.
"It's sad to say goodbye to Kitchen Nightmares but I'll be continuing with my other shows."
Just the thing for your apartment's Bobby Flay room, not that you'd ever admit to having such a thing.
Look for Giada's in the Gansevoort hotel when it opens next year.
The Food Network chef's flagship will close its doors on August 31.
"At one point, chef Sang Yoon compared curry to the popular rock band Arcade Fire and I wanted to climb right through my television and stab him ... "
"Whip it!!! Whip like a man!!"
Who ever thought he'd be in the same category as Ryan Seacrest?
The hits keep coming for Deen.
Nothing says daytime TV quite like beer and donuts.
It's hard to imagine the French Laundry competing in this new Bravo show.
As if the cult doughnuts and friend chicken shop needs to put out a call to action to drum up a crowd.
The mayor of Flavortown wants to bro-down with us.