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It's the new bacon.By Sierra Tishgart
It's the new bacon.By Sierra Tishgart
"I wish I were a frat boy here just eating wings all day long and majoring in organizational psychology or whatever it takes these days."By Sierra Tishgart
Plus: Jehangir Mehta is cooking a dinner at his private kitchen, Momofuku Milk Bar has a strange new soft-serve flavor, and more, in today's leftovers.
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Susan Feniger, Ludo Lefebvre, Ilan Hall, and Nancy Silverton discuss Julia Child's ability to drink, Rick Bayless shilling for Burger King, and who really deserves to be a celebrity chef.By Hadley Tomicki
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And Danny Meyer's favorite hangs, too.By Daniel Maurer
We attempted to make reservations at Mario's restaurants on Gordo's behalf. Would Mario refuse us?By Daniel Maurer
'Top Chef' might be heading north, Gael Greene's double date, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
The 'Post' identifies a breed of foodie obsessed with meat.
Chef's tables used to be the final word on special treatment: the one table in a good restaurant to which the chef paid personal attention. But as the entertainment ante is upped each year blurring the line between gastronomy and theater chef's tables have given way to the even more intimate chef's counters. There, the lucky diner sits only a few feet of burnished wood away from the action. From the high-end bar at L'Atelier de Joël Robuchon to the counter-only option at Momofuku Ko, diners are eager to see the sausage being made. Here are a few of our favorite counters, each an example of the narrow border between feeder and fed.
Last night we were treated to an inexplicable let's-look-back special.
As you no doubt remember, Ilan Hall quit his post at Casa Mono last week, fueling speculation that he’d taken top prize in Top Chef. Now we have an apparent confirmation: Eater LA has the text of an article that went up on Food & Wine’s Website for about fifteen minutes yesterday. The teaser? “How did Ilan Hall, the 24-year-old with the Tintin ‘do, beat out fourteen other contestants to become Top Chef on the Bravo reality show? And what’s he planning to do with the $100,000 he won?” Oops. Something tells us Food & Wine won’t have such an easy time getting the inside scoop next time. Top Chef Spoiled Again [Eater L.A.] Earlier: ‘Top Chef’ Wannabes, Now Is Your Chance — to Get Baked With Padma Lakshmi [Grub Street] Sam Talbot (Formerly) of ‘Top Chef’ Splurges at Nobu [Grub Street] Red Cat Owner Betting on Ilan to Win ‘Top Chef’ [Grub Street] So Hot She’s Flammable: Host roasted by top chefs. [NYM] ‘Top Chef’'s Marcel Doesn't Love Joël Robuchon That Much [Daily Intel]
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