Richard Rosendale, executive chef of The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia, didn't know he would win the Bocuse d'Or USA finals on Sunday, but he imagined it. The night before the competition, his mother gave him a magnet with a quote from Pablo Picasso. "Everything you can imagine is real," the magnet said. Rosendale put the magnet on his stove, glancing at it as he cooked his chicken and fish dishes for the judges. Rosendale and his commis assistant Corey Siegel will represent the United States in the prestigious Bocuse d'Or World Competition in Lyon, France in 2013.
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Check out 92Y's Chocolate Fest on Sunday, April 3rd. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Thursday (March 31) Culinary Luminaries: Pellegrino Artusi, the First Italian Cookbook Author Thursday March 31st, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. A panel of food and academic professionals...
Most recipes don't specify the type of soy sauce to use, but they can vary wildly in flavor, texture, and appearance. Here's a primer on what's out there (Japanese, Chinese, Indonesian, and more) along with the best uses for each.
Raw, fried, baked, stuffed or made into a sandwich, oysters are always satisfying. The bivalves are available all year, but they're best eaten in the colder months from September to April. While a long-standing myth says oysters should not be eaten during months that do not contain an "R" (May through August), oysters generally are thin in the summer because they devote their energy to reproducing.
Jimmy's No. 43 is hosting A-Brisket-A-Brasket cook-off on Saturday to benefit the New Amsterdam Market. Check out other benefit events this weekend, especially the ones helping those in Japan. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Thursday (March 24) Behind the Scenes at...
The James Beard Foundation will launch a one-of-a-kind pop-up called JBF LTD at Chelsea Market from April 12th to May 14th, bringing in celebrity chefs for unique dinner experiences and offering culinary demonstrations, tastings and book readings during the day.
While much of the country won't see artichokes at farmers' markets for awhile, California residents are lucky to have the pine-cone shaped perennials in season now. Artichokes are available all year on the West Coast, but they peak from March to May and again in October. Originating in the Mediterranean, an overwhelming majority of artichokes grown in the United States are from California. The plants are actually the buds of thistles, which are in the sunflower family.
ITunes has plenty of apps for Asian recipes and cooking techniques, but how do you choose? We've compiled a list of recommendable apps for the iPhone and iPad apps that will definitely get you cooking more Asian dishes.
You'll probably enjoy beer on St. Patrick's Day, but then there's also the Get Real NY Craft Beer and Food Festival on Saturday. [Photo: Robyn Lee] Thursday (March 17) Luck of the Irish St. Patty's Pub Crawl Thursday March...
Peak season for mandarin oranges is from early winter to early spring. They are smaller than regular oranges and are easier to peel; even in early March, grocery stores have stacks of clementines in crates, or piles of the bagged fruit.