A remembrance of the late, great chef Jean-Louis Palladin, who helped transform the dining landscape in the United States.
In Memoriam: Gerry Hayden (1964-2015)
A Great American Chef, in His Own Words
That’s a Wrap!
As the Kitchen Closes for 2014, a Look Back at Our Favorite Posts
Dispatches: Growing Chefs
American Food Pioneer Larry Forgione Schools a New Generation at the Culinary Institute of America
Labor of Love
David Waltuck Just Wants to Cook. Five Years After Chanterelle Closed, He’s Back in the Kitchen at Élan.
A Tale of Two Chefs
At Home, and in the Kitchen, with San Francisco’s Sean and Reneé Baker
Consider The Radish
Jimmy Bradley and the Role of Confidence in Being a Chef and Creating a Restaurant
Slice of Life: Grains of Sand
A Visit to Red Rooster Harlem, and Entirely Too Brief Encounter with Marcus Samuelsson
Bocuse d’Or USA 2012: Portrait of a Candidate
Some glimpses of finalist Richard Rosendale from my book Knives at Dawn.
Two memorable days with three West Coast chefs: Sean Baker, Peter Chastain, and Emily Luchetti.
VINTAGE TOQUELAND: Our First Profile-Review
A profile of Harold Dieterle and appreciation of his Perilla restaurant.
VINTAGE TOQUELAND: Dynamite Boy
A profile of Matt Greco and origin story of a Brooklyn hotspot.