And he takes locavorism very seriously.
"I used to watch the Food Network obsessively when I was a line cook and I'd get home at 2 in the morning."
The Blue Hill chef is honored by USA Networks and 'Vanity Fair.'
Dan Barber, Tom Colicchio, André Soltner, and Jacques Torres discuss their jobs at the 92Y.
He's the only chef this year, and will discuss science and technology, agriculture, and food.
It's said the chef has been tapped to cook at a state dinner.
This week on 'Avec Eric,' the chef practices food traditions.
The Blue Hill chef calls grass-and-milk-fed veal "the most flavorful in the world."
They've "set the stage for the worst local tomato harvest in memory," he writes.
East Coast tomatoes are succumbing to a late blight.
A walking tour with Ruth Reichl, another burger competition, and chefs galore.
But he has something to say about organic hot dogs and the restaurant HE would've taken the Obamas to.
And Amanda Hesser is annoyed that Michelle doesn't miss cooking at home.
We're hearing that Washington Place is blocked off RIGHT NOW while the First Couple enjoys a pre-theater meal.
The movie's hipster-friendly Brooklyn premiere comes complete with cupcakes and pickles.
"Before the ride home, I reach for sweets, like handfuls of petits fours or café cookies."
A new film brings farmer-minded dinners, a panel discussion, and of course a "call to action."