Thoughts on Cooking and Immortality As We Say Goodbye to Paul Bocuse, and Remember Michael Roberts
Milestones: All The Right Moves
Gavin Kaysen, Executive Chef of Cafe Boulud, is Leaving New York City. Those Who Think He’s Crazy Haven’t Been Paying Attention.
Bocuse d’Or USA: The Rest of the Story
Possible Lyon Format Change, Mr. Potato Head’s Supporting Role, and Some Love for the Runners Up as Toqueland Wraps Up Its Bocuse d’Or USA Coverage
Bocuse d’Or USA: Reasons to Believe
In candidate Richard Rosendale and coach Gavin Kaysen, the US might have finally found its dream team.
Bocuse d’Or USA 2012: Portrait of a Candidate
Some glimpses of finalist Richard Rosendale from my book Knives at Dawn.
Third Time’s the Charm?: Current Bocuse d’Or USA Guard to Select Next Candidate
Coach Gavin Kaysen explains what to expect at the 2013 team trials in Hyde Park this weekend, and beyond.
VINTAGE TOQUELAND: The Journey to Lyon Starts Now
Highlights and observations of the Bocuse d’Or USA 2010, held at the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, NY February 5 and 6, 2010.
VINTAGE TOQUELAND: Get Yer Knives Out
The post that started it all, the first time around.
Bocuse d’Or USA 2010: Timing Is Everything
Twelve Years After His First Bocuse d’Or USA, Christopher Parsons is Back [Between now and the Bocuse d’Or USA…
Bocuse d’Or USA 2010: “The Stress is a Wonderful Experience”
Luke Bergman Just Wants to Put a Smile on the Judges’ Faces [Between now and the Bocuse d’Or USA team-selection…
Bocuse d’Or USA 2010: Hanging with the Big Dogs
Andrew Weiss Likes Flying Under the Radar [Between now and the Bocuse d’Or USA team-selection finals on February 6,…
Bocuse d’Or USA 2010: Dear Candidates…
Unsolicited Advice for the Finalists on the Road to Hyde Park (From time to time, Toqueland will opine on events and developments…