Dan Barber lectures at Harvard this evening.
The visiting team took it, folks. Game, set, match. But things got a bit too crowded to savor the nuances.
Grub Street weighs the competitors at this weekend's coast vs. coast culinary showdown.
The big foodie frenzy returns to Queens this September and this time will stoke the S.F. v. NYC rivalry.
Alice Waters, Dan Barber, and Ruth Reichl pen love letters.
José Andrés will also instruct scientists in the wonders of foam.
And a cavalcade of Outstanding Chefs will present.
"I used to watch the Food Network obsessively when I was a line cook and I'd get home at 2 in the morning."
Following on her Green Kitchen project, Chef Waters will once again champion the cause of simple cooking, this time with help from star chefs.
The Blue Hill chef is honored by USA Networks and 'Vanity Fair.'
Dan Barber, Tom Colicchio, André Soltner, and Jacques Torres discuss their jobs at the 92Y.
He's the only chef this year, and will discuss science and technology, agriculture, and food.
It's said the chef has been tapped to cook at a state dinner.
This week on 'Avec Eric,' the chef practices food traditions.
The Blue Hill chef calls grass-and-milk-fed veal "the most flavorful in the world."
They've "set the stage for the worst local tomato harvest in memory," he writes.
East Coast tomatoes are succumbing to a late blight.
A walking tour with Ruth Reichl, another burger competition, and chefs galore.