The legendary chef embraced cutting-edge ideas that other chefs wouldn't adopt until much later
The legendary chef passed away yesterday at the age of 54.
Chefs from around the country and former cooks alike remember the celebrated chef.
The Chicago native had been diagnosed with schizophrenia.
The influential cookbook author died on Sunday at the age of 89.
The writer, often credited with introducing Spanish food to America, was 70.
Police found him in his car after suffering what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
The booth where Tony Soprano sat with his family in the show's final episode was kept empty all night.
He turned an excess of bycatch into a frozen-food empire.
German police are seeking two suspects who may have committed murder after refusing to pay for their meal.
The street performer who joked that he tried to drink Napa Valley into a desert was actually sober for the last thirteen years.
John Galardi started the faux-German chain in 1961 as a stand-alone hot dog concept in Wilmington.
One of her lesser-known accomplishments.
Ebert wrote that his food memories only became stronger after he was no longer able to eat.
"Harry Weathersby Stamps, ladies' man, foodie, natty dresser, and accomplished traveler, died on Saturday, March 9, 2013."
"There was nobody like him. He would fire me every day," says one long-time employee.