Post Profile






10 Apps for the Chef and Foodie

Do you ever wonder why food at restaurants is so much better than what you make at home? Honest chefs will tell you that, outside of skill and knowledge, they just have better tools at their disposal. In lieu of spending a fortune on buying your own mandolin, beurre mixer and a really expensive set of chef knives, check out some of the top apps for chefs and foodies. You will be on your way to creating culinary masterpieces in no time.
read more

share

Related Posts


11 of Flavorful Celebrity Chefs on Twitter

Technology / Social Media : Mashable: Social Media

It has never been a better time to be a foodie. From coast to coast, chefs and eaters alike are enjoying a restaurant world flooded with incredible talent Thanks to the power of social media, food fanatics can connect with their fav...

The Chefs Feed App Curates Restaurant Recommendations From Local Chefs

Food & Drink / Cooking : Foodista

The free Chefs Feed app gives foodies the answers to the ultimate question: Where -- and what -- would Eric Ripert, David Chang or Jonathon Waxman eat if they were in my city? The app curates dish and restaurant recommendations from...

Carluccio’s Italian market and restaurant makes U.S. debut in Alexandria on June 3

United States / Washington D.C. : Post Now

It has been a few weeks of good news for fans of Italian food: The second location of Arlington's Italian Store opened in Westover last week; the market portion of chef Amy Bradwein's Centrolina opens today in CityCenter; and Carluc...

Kerry Heffernan, Tom Colicchio And Other Celebrity Chefs Come Together To Save Striped Bass

Business & Finance : Forbes: Business

Kerry Heffernan, the former executive chef of Eleven Madison Park and Southgate, and the current impresario of the new Manhattan restaurant, Grand Banks, is obsessed with fishing for striped bass. But like countless recreational ang...

Young chefs are stirring things up in the Asian restaurant business

Health : Booster Shots

Young chefs are shaking up the Asian restaurant business, bringing a modern take on traditional cuisine to hip neighborhoods such as Silver Lake, downtown L.A. and the beach cities.

Comments



Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC