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More Golden Clog Award Fallout

Adam Kuban 8 comments

Tyler Florence on the dubious honor of winning Anthony Bourdain and Michael Ruhlman's "Rocco" Golden Clog award: "I think that salacious, chef attack thing that Gordon Ramsey and Tony Bourdain do all the time is a shtick. I think people are tired of hearing it. With Tony, it's like... those who can't teach, criticize [others]. I don’t know what he does honestly."... More

Alan Richman Slams Les Halles: Payback for Anthony Bourdain's Golden Clog Awards

Adam Kuban 24 comments

Food critic Alan Richman, blogging for GQ, totally dogs Les Halles, the restaurant many food TV fans know as Anthony Bourdain's joint. (Bourdain consults for Les Halles as "chef-at-large.") Says Richman: What's more appalling than the food or even the absurd title of Chef-at-Large is that the smirking Bourdain has somehow become the de facto public face of the restaurant industry. It's as if Steven Seagal had been named president of the Screen Actors Guild. The review is unusually harsh, from seating to dessert, and one can't help but wonder if it's payback for the Golden Clog award that Bourdain and Michael Ruhlman bestowed upon Richman last month. Why Les Halles? Why now?... More

Golden Clog Winners Announced

Ed Levine 5 comments

Our friends at Eater San Francisco live-blogged the Golden Clog Awards. We are sure Anthony Bourdain and Michael Ruhlman were sufficiently inebriated (even in the daytime) to make the whole affair more than a little amusing. Some of the high-lowlights: The Fergus Award for "greatest achievement in pork and guts" went to David Chang of Momfuku fame. The Rocco for "worst career move" went to Tyler Florence for "Applebee's, Applebee's, Applebee's." Ina Garten won The Alton, for "being on the Food Network and yet, somehow, managing to not suck."... More

Golden Clog Nominees Announced; Bourdain Skewers Self

Ed Levine 13 comments

The nominees for the inaugural Golden Clog Awards were announced on Eater today. The Golden Clogs were created by Anthony Bourdain and Michael Ruhlman to honor, dishonor, or skewer various people in the food biz. More

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