The working title: Smith.
The Chicago chef just made an appearance in the Bay Area, talked about shooting the eighth season of his PBS show in Baja.
"What happens with any sort of trend is after time passes, only 5% withstands the test of time."
The Saison chef threw back some Irish Car Bombs with George Mendes.
"I do a pulled pork with a Carolina-style mustard vinegar sauce. The brisket's out of Texas, and I do ribs my way."
And she says she's almost finished with her novel!
Continuing to make amends for his review of Atelier Crenn, Jonathan Kauffman posted a Q&A with chef Dominique Crenn delving into her history, and asking what the deal is with her menu's tagline, "poetic culinaria." She says of her menu,...
See our slideshow and learn more about what the fantastic Mr. Fox is up to now.
The chef calls the country "not so gastronomically developed."
The chef and pastry chef at the upcoming Absinthe offshoot discuss their menu plans.
They say that a hot female chef in and of itself is a rarity, but in S.F. no less!
The Napa-based celebrity chef gets the Sunday 'Chron' treatment.
The Delfina chef tells us all about his upcoming fourth San Francisco restaurant, due in March.
A Chinese family owns and operates the place, with an African-American chef.
The new guard of chefs around town share their memories from a very eventful year.
Also, he was not discovered while delivering Chinese food; it was in a bathhouse.
A brief interview with the young chef at Seven Hills.
The one-time 'Next Food Network Star' fan favorite dishes on his new show, and upcoming plans.
The chef, who suffered a brain injury in a car accident, shuttered Vivande Porta Via ten months ago.
The director of the Michelin Guide also explains what's behind Meadowood's three-star promotion.