Announcing a New Book that Will Revisit the Golden Age of the 1970s and 1980s
The New York Times Ghostwriting Saga Just Won’t End
A memorable photograph of Paul Liebrandt and Andrew Friedman at De Gustibus.
The Restlessly Inventive Chef Tells Us His Ten Favorite Ingredients and Why He Chose Them
Hi, everybody, Frequent visitors to this site will notice that something has changed. No, we didn’t get our hair done.…
A big congratulations to The Ahwahnee’s Percy Whatley, who nabbed the American Culinary Federation‘s Western Region Chef of the Year…
An inside look at the restaurant equivalent of a dress rehearsal at Clyde Frazier’s Wine and Dine.
Paul Liebrandt and I spent a year working on a book proposal. Why it was worth the time and effort.
The Living Legend Reflects on the Meaning of California Cuisine, Los Angeles versus San Francisco, and Early Encounters with Fellow Luminaries
The Living Legend on the Perils of Celebrity, What Twitter Did to His Heart Rate, and “The Barrier”
My Last Supper’s Melanie Dunea on Photographing Chefs and What Their Food Choices Reveal About Them
The Chef de Cuisine of Thomas Keller’s New York City Fine Dining Temple on New York vs Napa, the Value of a Centrifuge Machine, and the Moment He Got “The News”