"I ate 22 bites of 22 burgers."
"I had to eat at the bar counter because the whole place was full with reservations for Valentine’s Day."
'At the Norwood Club, they had perfect Grey Goose martinis.'
"I had vanilla yogurt with cottage cheese and banana in it."
'Chef Abdoul cooks really personal, vibrant international food with lots of Senegalese and French notes; amazing stuff.'
'Seventeen courses at Per Se. That was special, yeah.'
'I'm really bad with breakfast. I either completely go overboard and cook the whole kitchen or I don't eat it at all.'
"I can do some damage to a big old thing of hummus."
‘I had lunch with my friend LaChanze, Tony award winner from ‘The Color Purple.’’
'Dude, you know I can't do the chocolate soufflé thing, I'm on TV.'
"So I said, 'Okay, let's go to Balthazar.'"
'Alex from Blondie and Brownie brought over some Elvis cupcakes topped with bacon, peanut-butter frosting, and [they] were banana cupcakes — this is what I'm subjected to all the time.'
'We chefs … like to eat what we don’t make; because I’ve always been a savory chef I tend to gravitate towards desserts.'
An internationally known singer dining with depressed office workers? Is it the make-your-own-pasta bar that does it for him?
'And trust me, if you’ve never had this kind of food — the breakfast is something to live for.'
Eater's co-editor-in-chief was everywhere you turned at the New York Wine & Food Festival. So what did he eat?
‘I go visit the chefs and encourage them.’
‘Then I went to the after-party and then I went to Soho House to drink a beer so at that point I was hungry so I went to the Spotted Pig.’
Gael Greene starts her days with yogurt and ends them with goody-bag chocolate.