Well, that was quick.
Two months after joining Jeremy and Paola Goldberg as partners in the eateries Exit 1 and Route 9, Brad and Soraya Kilgore have announced that they are no longer associated with either of the restaurants.
- Exit 1: Too Many Blunders Overshadow a Rising Chef's True ... More >>
As writers of all things food and drink, we take particular notice to the trends that rise and fall throughout the years.
2012 included its fair share of relatively new trends that make us wince, and it had even more stuff that has been building over the past few years. With that in mind, here is S ... More >>
Finally former pop-up restaurant Eating House has opened its doors permanently with a a fresh new look, soon-to-come lunch service.
When Eating House closed in late September nobody anticipated a permanent return, not even owner and head chef Giorgio Rapicavoli. With a month to go to his 27 birthd ... More >>
Sephardic cuisine has Middle Eastern roots, so there's lots of spice and flavor in these holiday foods (often influenced by Jewish roots everywhere from Turkey to Spain and, naturally, Israel). A Sephardic spread actually tastes amazing, but if you are a Euro-jew, it's a completely different stor ... More >>
The Kitchen at El BulliLast Saturday, El Bulli, former world's best restaurant and trailblazer for culinary creativity, served its last meal. El Bulli is not dead, however; it will become a private culinary think-tank which plans to catalogue its findings and disseminate the information at chef's co ... More >>
Noel RamosSlow Food Miami has nominated the rare Hua Moa banana for the Slow Food USA Ark of Taste. Just as the bible's Noah preserved and protected the animals in the tale of the flood, Slow Food seeks to save disappearing foods. Fruits, vegetables, seafood, legumes, or rare heritage ... More >>
If you have your pointer finger on the pulse of the global food community and its star chefs, you would know this past weekend was the Ritz-Carlton, Grand Cayman's second annual Cayman Cookout. We're speaking of the island rendezvous of illustrious professional cooks including Jose Andrés, Da ... More >>
Sean BraselSean Brasel is the chef/co-owner of Miami Beach's sultry steakhouse known appropriately as Meat Market. The restaurant sits in the space formerly occupied by Jonathan Eismann's Pacific Time [You know it's now in the Design District, right? Yeah. Thought so.] and, seemingly, being there ... More >>