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Cat Cora

  1. food fight
    It’s Only Monday and this Alinea–Cat Cora Drama Is Already So GoodAll this over a reservation!
  2. lawsuits
    Cat Cora Sues Meatpacking Restaurant Fatbird for Not Paying Her $400,000She wants money and an injunction against further use of her name.
  3. Chef Drama
    Details on Cat Cora’s Toasted DUI RideDrink responsibly.
  4. Cat Power
    Cat Cora Inducted Into ACF Hall of FameShe joins the likes of Thomas Keller and Charlie Trotter.
  5. Crime Scenes
    Cat Cora Caught Driving Under the InfluenceThe celeb chef’s blood alcohol content was twice the legal limit.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Mac and Cheese and In-N-Out Burgers Ruled Oscars After-PartiesMeanwhile, Cat Cora cooks sea bass and tenderloin for Elton John’s annual fund-raiser.
  7. Radio Craves
    Cat Cora Plays Cut Creator on KCRWCora picks mom-friendly songs to be sure, but still passes our sound check.
  8. TV Land
    Who Will Compete Next on Top Chef: Just DessertsThis season, your judges will be joined by a Beastie Boy, Francois Payard, and quite possibly a couple of Oompa Loompas.
  9. Foodievents
    Taxim Hosting Iron Chef Viewing Party on April 10Taxim has something to celebrate.
  10. Previews
    SFO’s Terminal 2 About to Get Foodiest Airport Food Court On PlanetTyler Florence, Cat Cora, Napa Farms Market, oh my!
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Cat Cora, That Duff Guy Drop Into Town for Fancy Food ShowSee a brief slideshow of a few Fancy Food Show celebrity sightings.
  12. TV Land
    Cat Cora Struggled With Being a Gay TeenEven though she was a blonde cheerleader, Cat had a rough go of it like any gay teen.
  13. Foodievents
    Ryan LaRoche from NoMI Wins the Hamburger HopRyan LaRoche from NoMI won this year’s Hamburger Hop.
  14. Slideshow
    Chefs, Celebrities, and a Mayor: A Look at Chicago GourmetThe chefs were out in force for the third annual Chicago Gourmet.
  15. Foodievents
    Epicure Santa Barbara Finds Foodie Awards, Avocado Worship, and Cat Cora In TheOctober begins a month-long celebration of the seaside city’s restaurants, produce, and farmers markets.
  16. Video Feed
    Cat Cora Cooks With Muppets, Appears AnnoyedWe were not aware the Swedish Chef had been replaced by some Italian-accented puppet named Angelo.
  17. Video Feed
    Kostow Crushes Cat Cora in Battle Oats on Iron ChefThe Michelin two-starred chef at Napa’s Meadowood bests the Iron Chef by a mere one point.
  18. Quote of the Day
    Why The Hungry Cat Has A KittenSuzanne Goin says it was a “love of” Santa Barbara and its farmers markets and not just a business decision.
  19. TV Land
    Meadowood’s Christopher Kostow to Battle Cat Cora on Iron ChefThe Michelin two-starred chef takes on Cat Cora this Sunday.
  20. Mediavore
    Voltaggio Gets Inked for Share Our Strength; Food Network Stars Set SailThe Top Chef winner has a new cause and where to get stuck on a boat with Cat Cora.
  21. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay Plans T.V. Show on the Subcontinent; San Diego Garden UnitesA television chef looks to a new year and a new plan, while city farming provides relief for the displaced.
  22. TV Land
    New Yorker Nate Appleman Will Compete to Be Next Iron ChefA clue into what sort of restaurant the San Francisco transplant might open here?
  23. Top Chef
    Stefan Richter on His Memoir, His New Restaurant, and, of Course, the LadiesStefan Richter tells us why he hasn’t finished his memoir, and talks about winning over lesbians: “It’s all about being charming.”
  24. Foodievents
    Cora, Lagasse, Tucci to Host Beard AwardsKim Cattrall and Lydia Bastianich are hosting the dinner.
  25. Mediavore
    Chefs Face a Tough Job Market; Starbucks Has a Recession PlanPlus: Dunkin’ Donuts would like to remind you that they sell doughnuts, and STK’s Todd Miller goes on a date with a Real Housewife, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Mediavore
    Where to Find the Original Ray’s Pizza; New ‘Iron Chef’ ComingPlus: how to get five lunches from one Carnegie Deli purchase, and the next ‘Next Iron Chef,’ all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Food and Fashion
    Iron Chefs and Da Silvano Waiters Get Designer MakeoversMario Batali’s orange watch isn’t the only weird melding of food and fashion.
  28. Openings
    A First Look at the Bon Appétit Supper Club & Café, Opening ThursdayFor a week, you can buy lunch made from recipes by Claudia Fleming, Cat Cora, and the like — and meet them in person!
  29. Foodievents
    Bourdain Fends Off Angry Chefs at Batali Dinner Much was afoot last night here in South Beach, between the evening’s somewhat staid main event, a tribute dinner to Jean-Georges Vongerichten, big after-parties at the chefs-only 212 Access House and Versace Mansion, and a Mario Batali dinner at Danny DeVito’s eponymous South Beach restaurant. There, at close quarters in the kitchen, Batali worked the pasta station; Del Posto and Babbo chefs Mark Ladner and Frank Langello on sauté; Adam Perry Lang cooked immense “103” rib steaks with vast, protruding bones; and Jamie Oliver helped out as needed.
  30. Foodievents
    Celebrity Chefs Flock to Former Home of Cheesy Celebrity Restaurant The building that was the Hard Rock Café at 221 West 57th Street, having committed so many affronts to gastronomy over the years, is about to atone, temporarily. Bon Appétit is turning it into a “pop-up supper club and café” where, from October 25 to November 3, a series of celebrity chefs will do demos and book signings during lunchtime. The names should be familiar ones, ranging from TV chefs like Cat Cora and Giada De Laurentiis to established New York stars like Claudia Fleming and Will Goldfarb. Every day, the café area will feature a different signature dish from that day’s chef. Bon Appétit promises affordability, too: All the dishes at lunch will cost $10 or less. The roster of chefs is after the jump.
  31. Foodievents
    What to Watch Instead of a ‘Top Chef’ RerunSeeing as how the powers that be at Bravo have decreed yet another off week on Top Chef, we can only offer our consolations to those of you waiting to see if Howie finally goes postal, or if Padma finally passes out in a cloud of Kush smoke. But, happily, there are a number of food options on NYC TV tonight. At 8 p.m., take a guided tour of Brooklyn with the elegant Kelly Choi on Eat Out N.Y. At 9:30, eerily handsome celebrity chef Todd English discourses on New York pizza. We’re not terribly inclined to listen to Todd English instruct us on pizza, but in a world where Franny’s can get two stars from the Times, anything is possible. At 10 p.m., right when you’re jonesing for some Top Chef action, be sated by an episode of Chef’s Story about Cat Cora. The Iron Chef appeared out of nowhere and has origins that remain, at least to us, a total mystery. Maybe we’ll learn something. NYC TV [Official Page]
  32. Back of the House
    On the Machismo of Cooking: Competitive Eaters Make for Macho TVCooking is now an essential part of modern machismo, or so men’s magazines seem to feel. [NYDN] The International Federation of Competitive Eaters inks a deal with Spike TV to keep their “gurgitators,” including NY locals Crazy Legs Conti and Tim “Eater X” Janus, on the airwaves year-round. [Page Six] Is it possible to open a restaurant on the D.L. in New York City? In the final chapter of this three-part series, the media weighs in. [Snack]
  33. Back of the House
    ‘Iron Chef’ Taping Leads to Earth-Shattering RevelationWe’ve often wondered what the hell actually goes on behind the scenes at Iron Chef America. When an invitation to yesterday’s taping landed in the Grub Street mailbox, we were quick to accept it. On the set, the air was filled with dry-ice mist and dozens of sharply focused spotlights, giving the aura of an incipient Metallica show.