Acclaimed chefs, cookbook authors, and TV personalities (“Top Chef” and “Too Hot Tamales”) Mary Sue Milliken and Susan Feniger, owners of the gourmet Mexican restaurants Border Grill in Las Vegas, wowed guests at a recent multi-course brunch demo at ">
In the annual Oscars of dining, New York chefs and restaurants stand out.
Having fun with Daniel Boulud. He's only one of the top Chefs in the world with the cred to prove it: James Beard Awards and Michelin Stars galore.
Los Angeles-based chef Stephen McCarty of Sukhavati Raw Desserts creates gorgeous, vibratly colored vegan cheesecakes featuring kaleidoscopic mandala patterns on top. McCarty cakes are impressive enough on their own but become even more spectacular when considering he achieves such bold colors using raw, plant-based ingredients. Show More Summary
On April 30, you can go eat at any of the restaurants nationwide who are participating in the annual HIV charity fundraiser. Then take home one of these recipes from some of our favorite Texas chefs. read more
Top Chef Masters alum Jenn Louis on how to make Italian dumplings.
Toronto's dining scene is always described as "up-and-coming" but will it ever emerge from its second-class status? The city's top chefs weigh in.
Are you plopping sauce right on top of your pasta as soon as you finish cooking it? As chef Andrew Carmellini would say, "You're doing it all wrong." Most people dump out their unwanted pasta water and immediately start pouring cold water over the pasta, Carmellini explains in this Chow pasta tutorial. Show More Summary
If you think it’s all going to be sweet smiles and Chantilly cream when the world’s top pastry chefs get together, think again—and take an armored croissant.
NYTCo The New York Times’ “36 Hours” column will become a Travel Channel show, the Times announced Tuesday. “Top Chef” winner Kristen Kish and U.S. soccer pro Kyle Martino will host six episodes “timed to coincide with new or updated...Show More Summary
Former professional soccer player Kyle Martino will co-host. Top Chef winner Kristen Kish is set to host a new show on Travel Channel. According to a press release, the New York Times is collaborating with the network to bring its travel column "36 Hours" to TV screens. Show More Summary
The first time Spike Mendelsohn swooped into Chicagoans' hearts and minds was seven years ago, when the frequently pork pie-hatted chef sauntered to a fifth-place finish on “Top Chef” (that was the season filmed in Chicago, when some woman named Izard won).
According to "Top Chef" host Padma Lakshmi, eating a plant-based diet will benefit more than just your waistline. "Eating vegetarian is more economical," she told HuffPost Live's Marc Lamont Hill. "It's hard to get organic vegetables...Show More Summary
Welcome to A Drink You Can Actually Make, Eater's first ever recipe series dedicated to simple cocktails from new bars across the country. Toward the end of last year, Hosea Rosenberg, winner of Top Chef season five, opened Blackbelly...Show More Summary
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Craig Richards, chef at St. Cecilia, and Kellie Thorn, bar manager at Empire State South, on hiring top talent
Top Chef's thirteenth season will be hitting the road again and traveling through California.
Diya Sethi revealed her remarkable story in her new memoir, The Addict: A Life Recovered.
This supermarket chain is the top shopping destination for Korean Americans across the country. Five outposts serve metro Atlanta, but Koreans are loyal to the original and biggest location in Duluth, where you’ll find buckets of kimchi and 15-pound sacks of rice.
In 2005, just about every top food writer in America visited Chicago, and three chefs drew them here.