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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterAN EMOTIONAL ovation greeted chef Grant Achatz of Chicago's Alinea restaurant when he was named outstanding chef for 2007 at Sunday night's James Beard Foundation Awards ceremony in New York City. Achatz, known for his avant-garde cuisine drawing on...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterHAS all that is "Top Chef" been distilled into a single cookbook? Apparently so. The eliminations, the winning dishes, the biting comments from Anthony Bourdain -- the hairstyles. The charts (a handy elimination bracket that even a kindergartner would...
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Los Angeles Times Staff WriterDARIO CECCHINI is in the beef aging room at Harvey Gussman's tiny mid-Wilshire butcher shop. With a connoisseur's eye he inspects the stacks of short loins suspended from the ceiling, carefully examining the color, stroking the surfaces, sniffing. Then...
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Chicago Tribune Staff WriterThe holidays are creeping up on us. Time to think about what to give your favorite traveler. Considering the cost of flying these days, who wouldn't love a free airline ticket? But let's get real. The sorry state of the stock market and the economy...
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As Padma Lakshmi enters Craft, the Century City outpost of Tom Colicchio's Manhattan-based restaurant, the waitstaff momentarily stop prepping for dinner service to stare. Her long black hair is in a ponytail and she's wearing an oversized navy blue...
Times Staff WriterMore than six months after terrorists dealt New York a devastating blow, the city is getting on with things. Tourists are venturing back, and many are inevitably drawn downtown to the haunting ground zero site, as I was recently. Some come to grieve. Some...
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The cuisine and restaurants of Baltimore are getting another turn in the national spotlight. The March 25 episode of "Bizarre Foods America with Andrew Zimmern" features Baltimore and the Chesapeake Bay. The last time Baltimore was the subject of a...
firstname.lastname@example.orgEditor's note: This is part of an occasional series of profiles of local restaurant chefs. Jay Zuspan III is living a dream. At 28, he's opened his own restaurant — 28 South in downtown Hagerstown — and he's cooking foods the way he wants...
Cooking your own restaurant meal is nothing new to Central Florida. You can flip your own flapjacks at the Old Spanish Sugar Mill Grill & Griddle in DeLeon Springs, take part in grilling Korean food at Bee Won in Orlando and Korea House in Longwood...
The Baltimore SunThat's a relief. The last time a Travel Channel food show featured Baltimore, everyone was royally annoyed. But Andrew Zimmern's “Bizarre Foods America” show has a different agenda than Anthony Bourdain's “No Reservations,” which...
The Hartford CourantWhen Ina Garten looks out from center stage at a live presentation, she sees an audience of hundreds of eager faces, hungry to share an in-person experience with the food star known as "The Barefoot Contessa." Garten, who comes to Hartford's Bushnell...
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelAnthony Bourdain heads to Myanmar for the debut of his CNN show. Get ready for “Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown,” bowing at 9 p.m. Sunday, April 14. Bourdain will receive heavy exposure on CNN's weekends. “Parts Unknown” will repeat...
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