YET ANOTHER CULINARY WUNDERKIND – Chef Elliot Cunniff – a brief excursion through his fast and furious culinary-climb-formula, actually, tree swing is a better descriptor – leave-no-stone-unturned is this chef’s mantra. So we’re clear on the meaning of wunderkind: Read more »
A very special chef, and a very special person, writes a very special book — Good Stock: Life on a Low Simmer — that would be Sanford D’Amato of course.
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by Dawn (November 6, 2012)
Breakfast happens to be my favorite meal of the day and, if I am traveling, more so. When exploring other lands, whether they be domestic or foreign, I wait in breathless anticipation (you think I am being dramatic here, but I kid you not) of what I’ll discover in a small café, from a street vendor or, as I have discovered, in the quaint B&B or inn that I have selected primarily because of a foregone conclusion that a local cook will be whipping up food that is representative of the areas unique ingredients and dishes. Read more »
by Dawn (January 3, 2012)
Let me introduce you to the True Food Kitchen Dream Team.
Michael Stebner, prior to his Executive Chef position at True Food Kitchen, was an integral culinary player at Fox
Restaurant Concepts. Developing his skills with acclaimed chefs in the kitchens of many esteemed restaurants; was a career path with an ethical focus. Read more »
Rather than beginning with a chef’s place of birth and their journey to chefdom, I prefer to start with something unique, notable, and, well, just fun.
Executive Chef, Sheamus Feeley, the “ingredient king” holds “ingredient court” at Farmstead Restaurant in Napa Valley, California. To be precise, Sheamus “conducts court.” Read more »