Anthony Bourdain’s presence will be felt for many, many years to come in the halls of the Culinary Institute of America as they named a main hallway after the chef.
By Chef Brother Luck “Brother, please pack your knives and go.” Padma Lakshmi stares directly into my eyes as she bids me another farewell. I’m overwhelmed by feelings of disappointment in myself and mental exhaustion—again. A second-chance loser. I’ve just lost...
Chef Jennifer Hill Booker has taken her Southern culinary heritage, her belief in healthy, seasonal foods and her classic French training to create a unique cuisine — Modern Southern Healthy Cuisine with a French Accent.
Chef Jesse Jones is a rising star on the culinary scene and he is just getting started. His Southern Cooking with a Country French twist has earned him celebrity clients, a loyal following who love his style as much as his dishes.
At 35 he’s also one of the few young chefs in America with the ability to look forward, beyond the burrata-and-avocado-toast clichés that mire so many stateside menus in dullness.
According to culinary star Alex Guarnaschelli, ICE alum Michael Jenkins entered her restaurant as the “worst intern she ever had.” Ten years later, Michael is running Guarnaschelli’s kitchen as the executive chef at Butter restaurant in New York City.
The story of Mawa McQueen is equal parts passion and serendipity. Born on Africa’s Ivory Coast and raised in Paris, France, Mawa’s first introduction to the culinary world came at an early age as the eldest of 11 siblings.
Lasheeda Perry has always had a passion for culinary arts and competition, and luckily for her, this love has materialized into a rewarding and ‘sweet’ career.
Joey Campanaro is tired of "Friends" fans defacing his property. It’s turned into Central Jerk. With “Friends” frenzy at a peak for the sitcom’s 25th anniversary, hordes of fans have descended upon the Greenwich Village building that was “home” to the show’s...
When Nordstrom NYC opens its doors on Oct. 24, it will introduce innovations that could prove compelling, even to the most jaded New Yorkers.