Th Iron Chef will discuss his latest book, "The Latin Road Home."
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Two of the Iron Chef's restaurants are rolling out new happy hour offerings.
The new spot won't open until at least early 2013.
Dozens of farmers, restaurants, and brewers were on hand, showing off their finest wares.
For one night only the restaurant is offering the special for parties of any size.
The new restaurant is second effort from partners Tim Spinner and Brian Sirhal, the duo that opened Ft. Washington's Cantina Feliz last year.
While Fish awaits the delivery of kitchen gear, Amada's crew throws a life line.
The collaboration brings forth a series of artisan chocolate bars.
The Eagles' tackle will learn a thing or two about Spanish cookery with the Iron Chef, but we suspect there's something more to the story.
The Iron Chef goes toque to toque with Chica the Chicken from Sprout's Sunnyside Up Show.
Garces' Western Expansion will bring a Distrito clone as well as other concepts to Arizona.
Cut Restaurant Girl some slack. She's not from here.
Maybe it has something to do with that whole Sausage King of Chicago thing?
While foolhardy thrill seekers risk life and limb, Iron Chef Garces puts forth a tasting menu inspired by the northern Spanish city where the bulls run.
Proceeds from the fundraiser and charity auction benefit disaster relief efforts in Japan.
The truck has been sidelined and a return to the streets could be a long way away.
The new brew will be available exclusively at one of the Iron Chef's restaurants.
It was actually $155.50 and it was for a good cause.
With the core of his most loyal employees born outside the U.S., the Iron Chef is troubled by the country's treatment of immigrants.
Twelve dollars goes a long way for lunch at JG Domestic.