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Peter Meehan, David Chang Talk Lucky Peach

Peter Meehan, David Chang Talk Lucky Peach

Momofuku chef David Chang and his publishing collaborator Peter Meehan made an appearance recently on “CBS This Morning” to discuss the thinking and planning behind their popular Lucky Peach quarterly. “So, what do you love about it, the whole idea of cooking?” host Charlie Rose asked Chang. “It’s the constant pursuit of perfection,” Chang replied. […]

March 1, 2012 | By
David Chang Busy With Expansion Plans in Sydney, Toronto

David Chang Busy With Expansion Plans in Sydney, Toronto

In addition to my anticipation over the upcoming release of Lucky Peach, the iPad app and print journal from chef David Chang and writer Peter Meehan, I’m excited to read more about Chang’s first expansion projects outside of New York. After skyrocketing to recognition with his five signature restaurants in Manhattan, the award-winning chef is […]

March 11, 2011 | By
Chains Skip Super Bowl Advertising; Chang Takes Lucky Peach to iPad, Print

Chains Skip Super Bowl Advertising; Chang Takes Lucky Peach to iPad, Print

Phew! And we’re back to news… Prior to Green Bay’s well-played win at Sunday’s Super Bowl XLV, Nation’s Restaurant News reported that while spots in last year’s advertising lineup were popular with some heavier hitters in food service, none of the usual suspects bought space for this year’s Super Bowl. In an article late last […]

February 8, 2011 | By
McBride Departs Colicchio & Sons; Bourdain Takes To Social Media

McBride Departs Colicchio & Sons; Bourdain Takes To Social Media

Via a speculative post on Eater, restaurant fans learned today that Colicchio & Sons chef de cuisine Shane McBride would be moving on from his position at the New York restaurant. McBride, who has been a part of the Colicchio staff for the last three years, formerly manned the Craftsteak kitchen helm before making the […]

December 23, 2010 | By
The 2010 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen: Day Two

The 2010 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen: Day Two

Chef Tim Love admitted to being nervous when he took the stage on day two of the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen. Despite his initial confession, the gregarious chef, a former contestant on Top Chef Masters, seemed at ease during his High Steaks Grilling demo under the festival’s main Cooking Tent. It was a […]

June 24, 2010 | By
The 2010 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen: Day One

The 2010 Food & Wine Classic in Aspen: Day One

The official first day of the Food & Wine Classic in Aspen started a bit different for me than many of the other food and wine festivals I’ve attended. Uniquely, Aspen offers opportunities for restaurateurs, chefs, managers, and owners to attend sessions dedicated to furthering business operations through their American Express Restaurant Trade Program. Now […]

June 23, 2010 | By
Today’s Food Newsbits: Ramsay’s Melbourne Maze Thrives; Moonen, Burke, and Morimoto Procure New Projects

Today’s Food Newsbits: Ramsay’s Melbourne Maze Thrives; Moonen, Burke, and Morimoto Procure New Projects

The latest issue of Australian Gourmet Traveller features a review on chef Gordon Ramsay’s first Australian location, which is surprisingly two restaurant concepts in one spot. With a development price tag of nearly $300 million, Ramsay’s maze and maze grill opened in Melbourne in mid-April to mixed reviews. According to the GT article, maze, the […]

June 10, 2010 | By
David Chang on Letterman; Gordon Ramsay Opens Maze in Melbourne

David Chang on Letterman; Gordon Ramsay Opens Maze in Melbourne

A hat tip to Eater for snagging the video of chef David Chang’s visit to the Late Show with David Letterman last night. The chef talks about his foray into the food world, noting that his father, already in the business, wasn’t too thrilled when Chang announced his culinary career plans. “It’s weird because he […]

April 21, 2010 | By
28th Annual Food & Wine Classic in Aspen Brings Culinary Masters to Colorado

28th Annual Food & Wine Classic in Aspen Brings Culinary Masters to Colorado

All the dreary winter weather certainly has me Aspen dreaming this week. Tickets recently went on sale for the 28th Annual Food & Wine Classic held in Aspen every June, and I’m already thinking about the lush mountains, the clean air, and the beautiful blue skies that surround the fabulous event. The Food & Wine […]

February 12, 2010 | By
Friday Five: Five Restaurants On My ‘Must Eat’ List

Friday Five: Five Restaurants On My ‘Must Eat’ List

When I started this Friday Five, I was thinking I’d just jot down a few of the restaurants I’m still needing to visit. As I started compiling my wishlist, however, it grew until it became more of a collection of culinary treks I’d like to make – and all the restaurants I want to hit […]

January 29, 2010 | By
2010 Cayman Cookout Day Three: Champagne Brunch and Cookoff, Gala Dinner at Blue

2010 Cayman Cookout Day Three: Champagne Brunch and Cookoff, Gala Dinner at Blue

With a great hurrah, the fantastic Cayman Cookout festivities came to an end on Sunday. Just before noon, guests gathered for the Bon Vivant Sunday Moet & Chandon Champagne Brunch Cook-off. Featuring a mind-boggling display of decadence from the staff at the Ritz-Carlton, from caviar and fresh made blinis to sushi and dim sum, the […]

January 21, 2010 | By
2010 Cayman Cookout Day Two: Stingray City with Eric Ripert, Bourdain’s Beach BBQ

2010 Cayman Cookout Day Two: Stingray City with Eric Ripert, Bourdain’s Beach BBQ

Saturday morning’s activities began early, with bright sun and clear skies awaiting. I tagged along as nearly forty Cookout visitors clamored aboard a beautiful catamaran for a demo and water excursion with Chef Eric Ripert. The destination? Grand Cayman’s Stingray City, a shallow sandbar home to docile, visitor-friendly stingrays happy to swim and soar past […]

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