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Todd English

  1. Beef
    Todd English Files Charges Against Erica WangThe celebrity chef claims his former fiancée hit him.
  2. Beef
    Todd English Feared a “Confrontation” With Erica WangThe celebrity chef says his ex-fiancee was abusive.
  3. Beef
    Todd English, Runaway GroomThe chef was supposed to get married at the St. Regis last week, but he didn’t show up.
  4. Mediavore
    Chronicle Food Section Awarded; Nestle Defends Job
  5. Mediavore
    John Lennon Loved Cream and Corn Flakes; Activists Push to Block New ConvenienceJohn Lennon had a favorite midnight snack, and some activists are trying to stop the construction of new convenience stores in South Los Angeles.
  6. Mediavore
    Cape Cod Prison Dinners Decline; Vandals Create Car-B-QuePlus: Todd English and ex-fiancee battle, and Japan worries about American beef, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Mediavore
    Marathon Boosts Restaurant Business; Japan Worries About U.S. BeefPlus: Todd English wars with his ex-fiancee, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Mediavore
    Michael Huynh’s Expansion Plans; Price Gouging at BodegasPlus: Todd English wars with his ex-fiancée, and NYC wants to keep Tavern on the Green, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Reopenings
    Chelsea Lately: Quo Gets Freaky Revamp, Juliet Gets Funky MuralTodd English’s new Chelsea project now officially has a name.
  10. Back of the House
    Todd English Cancels WeddingBoston’s own celebrity chef is back on the market.
  11. Reopenings
    Chumley’s Shows Signs of Life, Applies for Liquor LicenseAnd more from the upcoming Community Board agendas.
  12. Closings
    Bonfire Will Shutter for a MonthBonfire will close on September 1.
  13. Celebrity Settings
    Adam Sandler is EverywherePlus: Steven Tyler nurses his wounds with fro-yo, and Ashley Judd acclimates to Harvard, all in our weekly celebrity dining roundup.
  14. Openings
    Curly Cupcakes Might DeliverTry Todd English’s cupcakes at home!
  15. Openings
    Todd English In at Burger Joint, Out at BonfireThe celebrity chef is opening on Tremont and bowing out of Bonfire.
  16. Empire Building
    State of Chelsea: Todd English Looking Likely, Roxy May Be RevivedPlus, Todd English has plans for a downtown hotel.
  17. Openings
    Todd English Rumored to Be Teaming With Jon BAre the two planning a restaurant for West 21st Street?
  18. Lists
    Stuff’s Hot 100 Admits its BiasStuff Boston is open to bribery.
  19. Openings
    Todd English (And His Daughter) To Bring Cupcakes to Beacon HillIsabelle English has a pretty great summer job.
  20. Foodievents
    Lots of Lobster at OlivesGet three courses, including a whole lobster, for $35.
  21. Openings
    Kingfish Hall Gets RawTodd English does sushi.
  22. Other Cities
    Capital MovesA couple of New York chefs are headed for D.C.
  23. Awards
    The Beard Awards: Photos Are In!Cue “I Will Remember You” for a photo tour of last night’s festivities.
  24. Chef Shuffle
    Libertine’s New ChefThey found a hunk in L.A.
  25. Chef Shuffle
    Todd English Confirms Exit From Libertine, Works on Top Secret ProjectDoes he have a Peruvian restaurant in the works?
  26. Mediavore
    Beatrice Inn Can’t Reopen Yet; Seamless Web Goes MobilePlus: A crackdown on sugary drinks in schools and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Awards
    David Chang Continues to Win Awards You Never Knew ExistedBoth Bravo and USA are getting in on the Changbang.
  28. Openings
    Bed-Stuy and Flatiron Get SpeakcheesiesTodd English and Milk & Honey vets are keeping the trend alive.
  29. Top Chef
    Starting LineupWho will be on ‘Top Chef: Masters’?
  30. Hot Chef News
    Todd English Heats Up Online Dating in CanadaThe sexy chef lent his name and recipes to Lavalife.
  31. Lists
    Where the Chefs EatA handful of chefs recall their favorite meals of the year.
  32. Trends
    Chefs Are the New Cooks, Bistros Are the New Restaurants, and Other TrendyIs Peruvian really the new Thai?
  33. Mr. Snitch
    Okay, Fine, We’ll Tell YouIf you really want to know the name of the chef who hosted a ciggie soirée last night…
  34. Meatpacking Madness
    Todd English to Pastis: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?Todd English and Sam Hazen have their eye on a 16,000-square-foot building in the meatpacking district.
  35. Nuptuals
    Sorry, Ladies, Todd English Is TakenOne of the culinary world’s most eligible bachelors was engaged about a month ago.
  36. In The Magazine
    Platt Sees Mario Batali in Michael White; Todd English’s Libertine OpensThree stars for Convivio.
  37. Chefs Gone Wild
    ‘Todd English Is 48 and Single’?Batali may be the model-charmer, but producers want Todd English for a dating reality show.
  38. NewsFeed
    New ‘Bon Appétit’ Blog Agrees Peruvian Food Might Be Next BigGaston Acurio may make it happen in San Francisco, but what about New York?
  39. NewsFeed
    Gourmet Institute to Give Food & Wine Festival a Run for Its MoneyWith talks from David Chang, Daniel Boulud, and seemingly every other chef in the city.
  40. NewsFeed
    Todd English Predicts Peruvian Food Is the Next Big ThingDo we see a project in the works?
  41. NewsFeed
    Cuozzo Hammers the New Wave of Absentee ChefsThe ‘Post’ puts Pelaccio, English, and company on watch for leaving their kitchens in lesser hands.
  42. NewsFeed
    Todd English to Open Libertine This FallThe chef’s Thompson Hotel project finally comes to fruition.
  43. NewsFeed
    Todd English Partners With Tao’s Sam HazenThe two will work on building concepts together.
  44. NewsFeed
    Todd English Out at 98 Kenmare, Sfoglia Likely InPlus, the back story behind Steve Lewis’s beef with English.
  45. Beef
    Steve Lewis Further Disses Todd English, Calls for PeaceThe feud between the designer and his would-be collaborator, Todd English, heats up.
  46. Beef
    Todd English Slaps Back at Steve Lewis’s ‘Insane Ramblings’Todd English wouldn’t tell us what the beef is between him and Steve Lewis, but he did give us an earful.
  47. NewsFeed
    Steve Lewis Calls Todd English a ‘Two-Bit, Lying Punk’“And should, in my opinion, never be trusted by anyone — community boards, investors, women, anyone.” Whoa.
  48. Mediavore
    Bloomberg’s a Cookie Fiend; L.A. Resists Cupcake TrendMayor Bloomberg calls the oatmeal-raisin cookies served up at Gracie Mansion “addictive,” an opinion not shared by Giuliani, who didn’t care for the in-house baker’s sweets. [NYDN] Fresh owner Eric Tevrow pleaded guilty to pocketing more than $1 million in sales and payroll taxes from his restaurants. [NYP] Tickets for Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s tribute dinner at next year’s South Beach Wine & Food Festival have already sold out, despite being $500 a pop. Naturally, scalpers are already reselling them on eBay. [NYP]
  49. Foodievents
    W Hotel Stands for Wine (and Wooziness) This Saturday NNormally, we couldn’t be roused from our Saturday torpor to attend a wine event like the one being held on the 1st at the W Hotel. But this one, with the participation of Alto sommelier Eric Zillier, has a lot going for it. There’s a chance to sample wines that would usually be beyond our grasp: 1989 Château Montrose, 1996 Château Léoville-Poyferré, and 2004 Châteauneuf-du-Pape Domaine de Marcoux. (A far cry from our usual Richard’s Wild Irish Rose, enjoyed sitting on the floor of the Port Authority.) Other highfalutin features include a caviar station from Petrossian (paired with 1990 Dom), Todd English tidbits, and hand-rolled cigars. There’s also a well-lubricated wine trivia game hosted by wine guru Grae Verlin. The prize: You get to be drunk and prove that you know a lot about wine. Is it worth leaving the house on a Saturday? And the $150 price tag? It depends on how committed you are to spending your weekend inside a bottle. Call Marc Smoler at 312-482-9766 to reserve your berth.
  50. The Gobbler
    How to Master the World of Airport DiningIt was the Gobbler’s duty, recently, to spend a sizable amount of time foraging for sustenance in the city’s major airports. We sipped yogurt smoothies at Newark International, sampled withered, entombed-looking pretzel dogs at La Guardia, nibbled hideously large Cinnabons in the company of dazed-looking Nigerian travelers at JFK. Did this grim journey lead to an expanded, almost Yoda-like knowledge on how to survive in this culinary wilderness? Absolutely! Thus, here are the Gobbler’s commandments for dining in airports:
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