And comes out a winner.
Could a contentious past be beneath the Spanish chef's sensitivities?
Sam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
Michael Chiarello discusses a few envelope-pushing places that are on his restaurant radar right now, and given his homey Italian aesthetic, they may surprise you. As he writes on the Scoop, he was on the edge of his seat the...
Jose Andres made decadent tacos, Spago roasted an entire goat, and Nancy Silverton wore a funny inflatable hat.
Andres translates as Adria discusses plans for his culinary think tank in San Sebastian.
Wolfgang Puck returns with L.A.'s O.G. tasting event, and a few new tastes from The Cosmopolitan.
Is Nancy Silverton's Short Order already setting a tone for winter trends?
While Jose Andres and Katsuya Uechi will replicate in Miami, Jorge Portillo is happy to be off of four wheels.
"Every time she comes to the restaurant, I'm scared. I'm like, where is this asparagus coming from?"
On their Innovation Tour 2010, CHOW throws S.F. under the bus after a "fun" trip to L.A.
Restaurant recruiter Brad Metzger installed a state-of-the-art test kitchen to preview local cooking talent.
He doesn't seem too familiar with our scene, but believes the hype nonetheless.
The Bazaar, Susan Feniger's Street, and Michael's are all in.
Alejandro Fernandez gets Andres credit for putting Spain on the wine map.
Some are serving less meat; others are doubling up.
It's not the gig at Harvard or fancy food that impress us as much as Andres' dedication to the American diet.
Will it be Jose Andres, Tom Colicchio, Gary Danko, Suzanne Goin, or Charles Phan?
Anderson Cooper tours Jose Andres' L.A. restaurant.
Plus, Facebookers couldn't care less how Scott Conant feels about raw onions.