Chef Profiles

Cuban Food Revolution Hits D.C.

In Cuba, a food revolution is taking place. Old world recipes combine with modern ones to create dishes such as black bean and white rice ice cream.

Chef Emeril Lagasse Opens New Restaurant

Chef Emeril Lagasse unveiled plans today for 'e2 Emeril's Eatery' at Levine Center for the Arts. Scheduled to open early next year, the new restaurant at 135 Levine Avenue of the Arts, Ste. ...

D.C. Restaurants Unveil Thanksgiving Menus

Restaurants throughout the nation’s capital are giving dinners plenty of reasons to give thanks this holiday season by offering a cornucopia of culinary offerings to make Thanksgiving memorable. ...

Gamble Pays Off for Celeb Chefs

Four-star chefs who take their show on the road–or on a cruise ship, casino, or museum–are proving to create a compelling job pairing.

Parties Are Big Business

In 1989, Marc Epstein, owner of the Milk Street Café in Boston, jumped into catering as a competitive play against major chains.

Hot Appetizers

At a time when consumers are ever cautious about their restaurant spending, full-service operators have found their best chance to get customers to try a new dish is by menuing it as an appetizer.  ...

Thanksgiving Menu in Pheonix

For Thanksgiving Day, Valley chef Charles Wade Schwerd and Arrowhead Grill are cooking up a Thanksgiving dinner Phoenix residents will love, with Thanksgiving recipes and non-traditional alternativ ...