Why does the public, and even the industry, tend to forget chefs more easily than writers, actors, filmmakers, and musicians? We give it a think.
The profession offers more possibilities than ever; shouldn’t our language reflect that?
Anthony Bourdain’s Presence, and Absence, Have Been Palpable at this Year’s Cayman Cookout
A few of my favorite podcasts …
Thoughts on Cooking and Immortality As We Say Goodbye to Paul Bocuse, and Remember Michael Roberts
Chef Gabriel Kreuther Has Been Thrust into the Role of Traditional Fine Dining’s Savior. His Thoughts on What That Means and Where It’s Headed.
On the Occasion of Spoon and Stable’s Opening, Some Thoughts on the Fellowship of Chefs
Eleven Madison Park and Contemporary Fine Dining
Remembering Roger Ebert and Jane Kleinman
Thoughts on the historical significance of Food & Wine’s Best New Chefs.
Two memorable days with three West Coast chefs: Sean Baker, Peter Chastain, and Emily Luchetti.