The new restaurant from Thomas Keller's wife is in turnaround.
The Scarpetta chef also explains his concerns about expansion in the wake of Tom Colicchio's Craft announcement and why we don't have his baby goat dish.
The only American-born chef with multiple Michelin three-star ratings has deigned to let his name be on some letterhead.
Who are the "Gals of Food" and the "Bad Boys of Food"?
A very young Grant Achtaz with his mentor.
The Noma chef talks geotagging and culinary geneaology at last night's New York Public Library event.
Jeff Cerciello's super-sourced, Brentwood bucolic will open with executive chef Joshua Drew in the kitchen.
The French Laundry and Per Se chef talks about accessibility, superheroes, and what he likes to eat.
Ryan LaRoche from NoMI won this year's Hamburger Hop.
Thomas Keller apparently likes Chicago Hot dogs.
We have a feeling he's going to be harsh.
Keller asked Bouchon Bakery to whip up something cute.
Keller explains the whole corporate partnership thing, and why they don't need cars at Per Se.
The 'Chron' goes deep into the back of the house at the Napa Valley restaurant
Wolfgang Puck returns with L.A.'s O.G. tasting event, and a few new tastes from The Cosmopolitan.
Naturally, it features bratwurst.
The chef has inked a new partnership with the luxury brand.
The Inquirer's food critic has high hopes for the Iron Chef's next venture.
They also left off Mark Bittman. Seriously?
It was clear that Josiah Citrin's latest venture wasn't getting the attention of Thomas Keller or Roy Choi.