TV chefs typically come in two varieties: boldfaced names with their own series like Bobby Flay and Emeril Lagasse, or established wunderkinds competing for a big payday on "Top Chef" or Gordon Ramsay's noisy approval.
A native of Barcelona, Chef Marc Vidal grew up in his family¹s restaurant and learned how to cook from his grandmother.
Culinary rock stars -- from Guy Savoy to Joel Robuchon, Michel Richard to Bobby Flay, Todd English and Gordon Ramsay -- all cooked, schmoozed and sometimes got as star struck by the sheer wattage of the other celebrity chefs as the guests .
Lynn Archer is the owner of The Brass Compass Cafe and Archer's On the Pier in Rockland.
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Alain Ducasse goes to Calliope, Lafayette, Marlow & Sons, and more in Grub Street's "New York Diet." On Lafayette: "We had a really nice meal over a charcuterie plate, a generous frise salad, and a very good rotisserie chicken with potatoes and herbs.
Bon Appetit hosts the 7th annual Vegas Uncork'd on Saturday, May 11, 2013, in Las Vegas.
For anyone not familiar with Amy's Baking Company, this is the most amazing non-news story that has happened all week.
So that new Palihouse is set to debut on June 1 . It appears as though Palihouse WeHo chef Jonathan Peters will serve as the Santa Monica property's kitchen honcho as well.
As the Historic Calumet Inn braces for the scrutiny of host Gordon Ramsay during the filming of "Hotel Hell," the Crossings by GrandStay on the other side of town is preparing to become the home-away-from-home for the production crew.
Treme creator/executive producer David Simon , much to his apparent irritation, somehow got dragged into a Twitter spat between Anthony Bourdain and Bravo VP Andy Cohen about funding television shoots in Louisiana.
We've got another dueling projects situation in Hollywood! This time, it's a tale of two CHEFs.
Internet nerdlings are having some fun with Amy's Baking Company, the Scottsdale, AZ restaurant that had an epic meltdown on their Facebook page after being on Gordon Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares .
Raymond Alongi actually learned six months ago he wouldn't be leaving Quincy, Mass., for a $250,000 a year cooking gig in Las Vegas - but he says the memory still stings.