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Surprise: Gordon Ramsay Loses Street Food Challenge to Singapore Hawkers
At least he won the chilli crab.
Bocuse d’Or 2013 Results: France Wins Gold; USA Places Seventh
The culinary Olympics!
Local Chefs to Battle For Cheesesteak Supremacy Sunday
The challenge pits local chefs against each other in a battle for the best cheesesteak.
Dispatches From the Bocuse d’Or: American Disappointment
Gillian Duffy was at the competition. She examines why America just can’t win.
Scandinavia Dominates the Bocuse d’Or (and a Foie Protestor Rushes the
Team USA places tenth in the culinary competition.
Oh, and There’s a Lobster-Roll Rumble Too
Tasting Table has the details.
Celebrate Meatballs, Chili, Sausages, and Cassoulet!
A meatball slapdown, a chilifest, plus cassoulet and sausage festivals.
Economy Claims Tasty Victim
Lawrence’s beloved chili cook-off is taking a hiatus.
Cook-Off Mania Meets
Six Feet Under
A Berkshires funeral home just held a chili cook-off. For real.
Lamb Takedown Mastermind Basks in Glory, Plans Cookies Next
Plus, a recap of yesterday’s cook-off.
Padma Lakshmi, Judge for Hire
Padma is judging a cook-off between fashion designers.
Slideshow: What you Missed at the Korean BBQ Festival and Cook-Off
Koreatown starts a cook-off on a parking lot roof.
Cook-offs As Publicity Stunts: Please Try Harder
A ‘Man vs. Wild’–themed cook-off is great, but why not let Tim Love shoot ducks in Central Park?
Cheerios Are a Drug; Senate Considers Federal Soda Tax
Plus: More reasons to love the recession, and Lay’s tries locavorism, all in our morning news roundup.
Cook-off Kooks, Prepare for the Brooklyn Beer Experiment
The ‘Times’ delves into the cook-off trend.
Matt Timms, the man behind the chili and bacon takedowns, is now appealing to vegetarians.