Marja Vongerichten's new show debuts in New York this Sunday.
Malibu Inn is re-opening with help from the New York-based Jean Georges disciple.
Did Jean-Georges bet wrong about soba catching on in New York?
Jean-Georges Vongerichten wears a Power Balance bracelet?
As rumored, Keith McNally and Richard Caring will bring the Paris-style bistro to London, and Jean-Georges is U.K.-bound as well.
'The Kimchi Chronicles' will debut on PBS next year.
Who are the "Gals of Food" and the "Bad Boys of Food"?
In addition to sustainable seafood, the Big Daddy kane-quoting Neil MacLeoud honors his native Scotland by donning a kilt for a fish and chips he calls "The Frylander."
One cook accuses another of texting her "a picture of his manhood."
Gourmet's grande dame loves social networking while chefs at the top of their game look to new markets in the Middle East.
"I think the media is spilling a little bigger than the oil spill itself," says Daniel Boulud.
Also in this week's magazine: a hundred-layer lasagne at Del Posto, and Fornino Park Slope opens.
There's more to ABC Kitchen than freshly foraged Greenmarket vegetables — there's also a burger that might be even better for you than the veggies.
The chef fears a double-billed review of two very different restaurants.
A look at the space, the menu, and the dishes.
Plus: Record-holding St. Patrick's Day pub crawl this weekend, and a P.J. Hanley’s pizza shop, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
And a cavalcade of Outstanding Chefs will present.
"I never saw a single line cook eat food between the hours of 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.," says a former kitchen slave.
A Union Square spy gets some intel on ABC Kitchen.