Want! From offal-loving Chef Chris Cosentino of Incanto and Betabrand, Gluttony Pants for serious eating. Among their features:
Three different buttons at the waist labeled labeled piglet, sow, and boar to accommodate expanding bellies.
A soft caramel canvas lined with burgundy-colored cotton and a dark khaki wash that might even hide food stains.
Sharp graphics, from the mind of Cosentino and illustrated by artist Jon Adams "that depict the life cycle of a glutton—from the miracle of birth to the final, agonizing moment before death by heart attack.
Incanto’s corzetti dish. Photograph by Zach Brooks Eat Me Daily reports that chef Chris Cosentino of San Francisco's Incanto recently received a video and letter from anti-foie gras protesters, urging him to stop his signature culin... Read Post
Making blood sausage on 'Top Chef Masters.' Chris Cosentino, the California chef and Top Chef Masters season-four winner, has been rumored to be working on an offal cookbook for a while now — and Clarkson Potter today tells Grub tha... Read Post
Chef Chris Cosentino (Incanto, SF) wrote an issue of the comic book Wolverine (it drops July 31). Inspired by the Japanese cooking manga Oishinbo, it will involve "Cosentino's love of offal, Incanto itself, and a new villain who run... Read Post