He'll also host a weekly half-hour show online called 'Stirring the Pot.'
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As a mandatory wage increase for tipped workers looms, restaurateurs around New York are rethinking how they pay their staffs.
And there isn't even a lot of glaringly obvious product placement (yet).
Former employees call the celeb chef's chain a sexist boys' club.
"I’m laboring over this, because I want to get it right."
The Top Chef host says he's interested in devising a menu of "old New York food, modernized."
Richard Blais joins the 16 new contestants as a guest judge.
There sure are a lot of knives out in this one.
It's got a real heavy metal soundtrack to match.
Waxman and Mullen will open restaurants in New York while Colicchio is heading to Miami Beach.
It's scheduled to open in the summer of 2015.
A critical mass of celebrity chefs is now pressuring City Hall Twitter.
More than two dozen states have passed or have GMO-labeling legislation pending.
It will be called Top Chef Duels. Bravo also adds a show called Best New Restaurant to the slate.
Plus: Tom Colicchio hosts a fund-raiser, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Plus: Leave Rochelle Out of It's Japanese whiskey, and more, in today's Leftovers.
You can do this.
Check your statements carefully if you love grilled cheese.
Chefs from around the country and former cooks alike remember the celebrated chef.