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John Besh

  1. controversies
    The Rundown on Every Chef and Restaurant Owner Accused of Sexual MisconductFrom the charges levied against them to the consequences (or lack thereof) 11 prominent men have faced.
  2. lawsuits
    John Besh and Alon Shaya Have Settled Their Long-Running Legal DisputeBesh’s hospitality group will keep Shaya the restaurant, and “Shaya” the name.
  3. lawsuits
    Alon Shaya Wants to Remove His Name From John Besh’s Restaurant GroupAlon Shaya says he “simply wants his name disconnected with these ‘toxic’ parties.”
  4. sexual harassment
    Top Chef Edited John Besh Out of His Upcoming EpisodeTom Colicchio says it wasn’t an easy fix, but Bravo “spent the time and did the right thing.”
  5. sexual harassment
    How a Culture of Aggression Blinds the Restaurant Industry to Abuse“When you are raised in a culture where this is the norm, you replicate this same behavior. It’s a negative cycle.”
  6. sexual harassment
    John Besh Still Welcome to Host His South Beach Wine & Food Festival EventOrganizers “do not anticipate” that the sexual-harassment charges will have an effect.
  7. sexual harassment
    Another Former John Besh Employee Accuses the Chef of Sexual HarassmentMaggie Moore says that she was fired from the company for resisting his advances during a business trip.
  8. sexual harassment
    John Besh Has Stepped Down From His Restaurant GroupIn a letter to staff, an executive says the company has hired an independent agency to investigate unreported claims.
  9. sexual harassment
    Industry Reactions to John Besh’s Sexual-Harassment Allegations“So restaurant folks. Where does it go from here?”
  10. Video Feed
    Watch John Besh Discuss Building His Restaurant EmpireHe owns a dozen concepts in New Orleans.
  11. Honors
    Beard Foundation’s 2014 ‘Who’s Who’ Includes SherryThe honorees will be officially inducted on May 5.
  12. The Name Game
    John Besh Starts ‘Sunday Suppers at Lüke.’ Really?Of course, this really isn’t the first example of someone biting Suzanne Goin’s famous dinner party.
  13. Maine
    If Not Mulberry Street, There’s MaineGoodbye, beach. It’s autumn in New England.
  14. Food Tour
    Southern Chef John Besh Picks New York’s Best Newfangled Fried ChickenA tour of the city’s fried fowl — and a surprise winner!
  15. Chef Shuffle
    Kokopelli Names a ChefThe Southwestern-inspired small plates restaurant, which is set to open soon, recruits a chef with varied experience.
  16. Home Cooking
    Cook Your Bird à la Eleven Madison ParkDaniel Humm shows you how.
  17. Foodievents
    Chefs Face the Music: Tom Colicchio With John Legend, John Mooney atA couple of events will pair music and food.
  18. Mediavore
    ‘Next Iron Chef’ Conspiracy; Keller Snubbed by MichelinJudges Andrew Knowlton and Donatella Arpaia think John Besh obliterated Michael Symon in the Next Iron Chef finale and that he deserved the title; the latter even accused Ruhlman of casting his “swing” vote for Symon because the chef is his Cleveland comrade. [Ruhlman] Thomas Keller’s Bouchon has been snubbed by the new Las Vegas Michelin Guide with a whopping zero stars, while Robuchon scored three. [Bloomberg] Related: Michelin’s Madness Drives Ed Levine (and Us) Up a Wall The owners of the twenty-year-old Italian joint restaurant Baraonda were told they lost their lease, so they took over a new space only to find out they could keep the old one. What to do? Plan a second restaurant. [NYP]
  19. Back of the House
    Who Will Be Cut Next on ‘The Next Iron Chef’? Nothing can replace Top Chef in our reality-TV affections, but we have to say, The Next Iron Chef is pretty good. We only started watching this past week, being understandably resistant to another show built on the identical format of Top Chef. The premise Next Iron Chef is that, rather than just having the next Iron Chef selected by Food Network suits, the nation’s most celebrated chefs should compete, with the winner given the dubious honor of cooking in weekly battles in Kitchen Stadium. (You would think chefs would be fighting to avoid such a fate, but such is the pull of fame.)
  20. NewsFeed
    Free Food at 5 Ninth! Drop what you’re doing, run to the phone, and reserve a spot at the Southern Foodways Alliance’s “The New Orleans Table: Return and Recollect” Friday-night event at 5 Ninth. A New Orleans culinary supergroup will bless the party with some of their signature dishes, including Anthony Uglesich’s famous BBQ oysters and Leah Chase’s gumbo z’herbs (green gumbo). The cocktails will include Colonial-era Sazeracs and Ramos gin fizzes made just the way Huey Long specified (a tape loop will show rediscovered footage of “The Kingfish” giving a mixology lesson). Gumbo man Lionel Key Jr. will pound sassafras leaves in an immense mortar and pestle made from a 150-pound cyprus tree, and N.O. chef John Besh will collaborate with our own Zak Pelaccio on a New Orleans–tribute menu. Call 212-679-660, extension 201, for reservations. And, oh, did we mention that it’s free? (Other than in the headline?)
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