Chef Interviews

Andreas Caminada, Switzerland “100 best Chefs”

Andreas Caminada, Switzerland “100 best Chefs”

The only Swiss chef found in the top 20 is the young Andreas Caminada, who had earned his three stars by the time he was 33. Deep within a medieval castle, in the extremely small town of Furstenau, Carminada took over the kitchen of Schauenstein Schloss at age...

Meridith Ford

Meridith Ford

When you were a kid, what did you want to be?   A missionary, then an actress   http://www.cremalosa.com When and where were you born?   1961 Atlanta, GA What was your first job in food?   Catering chef at the Carter Center in Atlanta When you were...

Michael J Miller

Michael J Miller

What’s the strangest thing you’ve ever eaten? fried cockroaches http://www.qualitykosher.com Where do your work or what was your last job? Executive Chef Etta services/Quality kosher castering When and where were you born? 1951 Ferndale,Michigan When you were a kid,...

David Burke Interview

David Burke Interview

David Burke has been around since the 70's coming up with something new every 2 days and has been one of the top American chefs ever since. Spending time with him was terrific. He recently opened 4 new restaurants and more projects coming up than we have room to list....

Nina Compton / The Interview

Nina Compton / The Interview

Interview from Reset The Table Using her classical training and Caribbean roots, chef-owner Nina Compton rose through BRAVO TV’s “Top Chef” season 11 in New Orleans as the runner-up and fan favorite. She has gone on to open her decorated...

Chef Bill Telepan: The Interview

Chef Bill Telepan: The Interview

https://youtu.be/JJ0b-oNvSCo Bill is an icon in the industry. He's been around since 1990. After working in France he came back to New York and worked at Gotham Bar & Grill, worked his way other New York restaurants until he opened his own place, Telepan. Now he...

Mike Anthony of Gramercy Tavern

Mike Anthony has been the Executive Chef at Gramercy Tavern for 14 years. If you want to know what’s in the mind of a chef that has kept a restaurant at the highest level during his tenure, listen to his interview with Battman. He is so down to earth it’s weird, but also very nice.

Daniel Boulud The Full Interview

Daniel Boulud has been one of the most important French Chefs in the world for many years. He’s been cook in restaurants for 50 years. While raised on a farm outside of Lyon and trained by a variety of French chefs, Boulud made his reputation in New York, first as a chef and most recently a restaurateur. His management company,

Jessica Craig of L’Artusi

Having grown up in a large Jamaican family, Jessica Craig always had an interest in food and an adventurous palate. She began helping her mother in the family kitchen from a very young age, and soon became responsible for all family holiday desserts at the age of 12. From there, the next step for Jessica was culinary school to pursue her love of cooking. After stints in the Hamptons and Locanda Verde, she joined the L’Artusi family as Executive Pastry Chef in 2017.

Chef John DeLucie Wants People to Eat Out More

Chef John DeLucie Wants People to Eat Out More

John DeLucie has spent decades in the New York City restaurant scene at restaurants such as The Waverly Inn, The Lion, Bedford & Co. and his newest spot, Lumaca in the HGU Hotel.

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