He's pretty sure Wolverine likes spaetzle and sashimi.
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Pretty food pictures... hmm.
'No matter how much parsley you put on a piece of shit, it still doesn't taste good.'
He's got a pretty good shot!
CHOW has a sneak peek of tonight's premiere.
Also, that comic book comes out in the fall!
It's not so offal-centric as he usual is.
Chef Chris Cosentino (Incanto) recently established a Los Angeles presence with the pork-centric portion of the new Umamicatessen, called PIGG. He's introducing Angelenos to the wonder of crispy pig ears and brainaise, and the place also features a mechanized, Ferris-wheel-type...
Also, Chris Cosentino has a recipe in there too.
Not just the drunk clips this time!
We know our meat in the Bay Area, and Chris Cosentino's Incanto and Duskie Estes's Zazu restaurant were named on a list of the "10 Meatiest Restaurants" in America by the Daily Meal. Estes, of course, and husband John Stewart...
Also, the host makes General Tso's Chicken with ketchup.
From Boston to S.F., the football-making material is trending on menus.
We've kidded him for being overexposed, but he was everywhere this week!
Not to be outdone by Alan Richman, Bruce Palling takes an S.F. refresher tour.
The offal-loving chef might have gone a little far with the blood and guts.
This actually might make recipes harder to follow, but anyway...
A new issue of 'Wolverine' will be set in San Francisco, and will feature chef Chris Cosentino as a character.
See two clips from last night's S.F. episode of 'Bizarre Foods.'