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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Many people think of food as a source of energy, but for one West Philadelphia man, it means so much more. Omar Tate’s passion for cooking helped him discover his family history. “This plate is so loaded I could take any one of those components and write a whole thesis on them,” Tate said. Credit: CBS3 Have you ever thought about a plate of food that not only holds the things that fill our bellies but maybe...
    Walnut Creek’s award-winning Prima Ristorante — an upscale destination for lovers of fine Italian food and wine since 1977 — will close permanently, a victim of these coronavirus times. The decision was announced to customers in a wrenching note from John Rittmaster, the wine director who in 2005 bought the restaurant with executive chef Peter Chastain. “As you well know, the COVID pandemic has wreaked havoc throughout the entire restaurant community,” he wrote, “and since our mandatory closure in early...
    LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- While some wouldnt dare to launch a small business amid the coronavirus pandemic, acclaimed pastry chef Uyen Kirshenbaum found it was the perfect time to make the jump.I was furloughed in March, said Kirshenbaum. So, I started just sending cookies to the people I missed.Before long, friends started asking for boxes of cookies to send to loved ones during the pandemic.It just became Kirsh Baking Company with a lot of love and a lot of...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Recently voted one of the Top Ten Best New Chefs in America by Food & Wine Magazine, Douglass Williams, Executive Chef and Owner of MIDA in Boston’s South End, joins Host Rachel Holt in our test kitchen to teach us how to make one of his favorite dishes, and shares the secrets to cooking the perfect pasta. Bucatini all’amatriciana – Serves 2 Pasta: Bucatini (any thickness)   Sauce: -1/2 cup good olive oil or remaining guanciale fat...
    There is a gig economic system for every little thing these days, which includes connoisseur cooking. Loads of new applications are cropping up to help cooks get paid additional earnings throughout the coronavirus pandemic by cooking or teaching about cooking — and they’re attracting some major title expertise. On Monday, Franklin Becker, co-founder of cafe chain The Little Beet, will launch 100 Pleats, an interactive foodie application that he’d like to see as the Uber for chefs who are making...
    There’s a gig economy for everything these days, including gourmet cooking. Plenty of new apps are cropping up to help chefs earn extra income during the coronavirus pandemic by cooking or teaching about cooking — and they’re attracting some big name talent. On Monday, Franklin Becker, co-founder of restaurant chain The Little Beet, will launch 100 Pleats, an interactive foodie app that he’d like to see as the Uber for chefs who are making their own schedule and working when...
    There’s a gig economy for everything these days, including gourmet cooking. Plenty of new apps are cropping up to help chefs earn extra income during the coronavirus pandemic by cooking or teaching about cooking — and they’re attracting some big name talent. On Monday, Franklin Becker, co-founder of restaurant chain The Little Beet, will launch 100 Pleats, an interactive foodie app that he’d like to see as the Uber for chefs who are making their own schedule and working when...
    RYAN Seacrest looked happy and relaxed in the Stars and Stripes as he celebrated the 4th of July from home. The TV star looked a picture of health as he went overboard decorating his outdoor deck in holiday paraphernalia and games. Ryan Seacrest, 45, looked a picture of health as he celebrated 4th of JulyCredit: Instagram Ryan, 46, wore a red, white and blue domino shirt, American flag sunglasses and dark blue trousers to commemorate the national holiday. He also...
    New Yorkers have forgotten their table manners. When the city’s Phase 2 re-opening brought outdoor dining to the Big Apple on June 22, more than 3,000 restaurants were approved for al-fresco dining service and responded in creative ways. They’ve built decks, created outdoor gardens and tweaked their menus. But they’ve also had to deal with rowdy or disobedient patrons who have been service-starved since March. At Petaluma on the Upper East Side, director of operations Victor Jung said enforcing social...
    Breaking News — The Last Supper for the comment made by the chef Begoña Rodrigo, judge together with Sergi Arola of the culinary contest of Save me, when he wanted to express that he was hungry. & nbsp; “data-reactid =” 26 “> Controversy in The Last Supper due to the comment made by chef Begoña Rodrigo, judge together with Sergi Arola of the Sálvame culinary contest, when she wanted to express that she had hungry. Jorge Javier Vázquez,...
    Celebrity chefs Alton Brown, Ina Garten, and Bobby Flay all have their own burger recipes. Evan Agostini/AP; Jason Merritt/GettyImages; Ethan Miller/Getty Images; Lucien Formichella for Insider Insider I tried following burger recipes from three celebrity chefs — Alton Brown, Bobby Flay, and Ina Garten.  Each burger was easy to make, especially Flays, which only called for one kind of meat.  Browns recipe seemed complicated at first, but following it was easier than I thought itd be. ...
    THE Queen has 20 cooks who travel around the country with her, according to former royal chef Darren McGrady.  Darren hosted a Q&A session on his YouTube channel, for fans to find out what really goes on behind palace doors, and gave the insight about her staff.  3The Queen has 20 chefs who travel around the country with her, says former royal chef Darren McGradyCredit: AFP - Getty A fan asked Darren how many people worked in the royal kitchens...
    Insider consulted burger recipes and Top Chef judge Hugh Acheson to find easy ways to upgrade your burgers using fridge and pantry staples. Fedorovacz/Shutterstock When it comes to making a delicious burger, you dont have to stick with basic cheese, lettuce, and tomato. These unique burger toppings and cooking hacks can easily take your burgers to the next level this Fourth of July, using things you already have at your disposal. Whatever youre adding needs to be balanced,...
    Breaking News — Karlos Arguiñano went to have fun this Thursday at The Anthill, the program of Pablo Motorcycles in Antenna 3. The chef, who was the last guest of the week, told how he lived the confinement and left a deep reflection. “Data-reactid =” 26 “> Chef Karlos Arguiñano went to have fun this Thursday at El Hormiguero, Pablo’s program Motos en Antena 3. The cook, who was the last guest of the week, told how he lived...
    Meals Community Meals Community’s latest present Undercover Chef that includes Chef Mark Estee traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to get to the reality behind NautiFish restaurant’s wrestle to remain afloat. Based on the episode synopsis, “Mark ark heads to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to fulfill with Rob Shields, the proprietor of NautiFish, a lakeside restaurant that’s struggling to remain afloat. Mark units up hidden cameras all through the...
    Food Network Food Network’s newest show Undercover Chef featuring Chef Mark Estee traveled to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to get to the truth behind NautiFish restaurant’s struggle to stay afloat. According to the episode synopsis, “Mark ark heads to the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri to meet with Rob Shields, the owner of NautiFish, a lakeside restaurant that is struggling to stay afloat. Mark sets up hidden cameras throughout the restaurant and goes undercover to reveal...
    DOWNTOWN — The Taste of Chicago is back this year as “Taste of Chicago To-Go” with safe ways to participate in the yearly tradition during the pandemic. Instead of a massive event in Grant Park, this year’s Taste — happening virtually between July 8 and 12 — will include community meals hosted by Chicago residents, online cooking classes, and virtual music and dance events.  In early June, the city canceled the Taste of Chicago, Lollapalooza, and every large outdoor event...
    Joseph Wardenaar was an executive chef in Portland before the coronavirus hit. Now hes pursuing a career in computer programming.Source: Joseph Wardenaar Before the coronavirus crisis, Joseph Wardenaar was a successful chef in Portland, Oregon. At 36, he had worked his way up from line cook to executive chef at Irving Street Kitchen. Then, nearly overnight, his career was over. Having recently purchased a home and with a baby on the way, Wardenaar scrambled. Following a friends advice, he found...
    The vibrant Johnson & Wales University campus in Denvers Park Hill neighborhood will soon end another historic chapter. The school announced on June 25 that it will not be enrolling new, incoming students for the fall 2020 semester, and will close the facility entirely after the spring 2021 semester. Johnson & Wales currently maintains four campuses in the U.S., but is closing its Denver and Miami locations in order to expand as a comprehensive university at its original Providence, Rhode...
    Nothing tastes like the Fourth of July quite like a cold one and full plate of BBQ fare. Beyond traditional burgers and hot dogs, there’s a select slew of sides that pair exceptionally well with certain brews. Ahead of the holiday, Conagra Brands Development Chef Rebekah Strand shared five cookout staples for July 4 celebrations at home and explained which style of beer each one matches marvelously with. Beyond traditional burgers and hot dogs on the Fourth of July, there’s a...
    WICKER PARK — It’s been nearly two years since Felicia Govan was fired from The Robey in Wicker Park. But the memories of racial discrimination she said she experienced there are fresh in her mind. Govan, who is half-Black, said general manager Santiago Leon once called her “Aunt Jemima” during a busy brunch service. Head Chef Kevin McAllister repeatedly called her “nappy” and “sloppy,” she said. The former bartender was fired in July 2018 for insubordination, but Govan thinks...
    MEGHAN Markle has been pictured smiling next to a private chef in an unseen photo from her 10-day royal tour to Africa in 2019.  The Duchess of Sussex was seen casually dressed in jeans in the snap shared by South Africa-based luxury company Concierge Cape Town.  5A previously unseen photo of Meghan Markle has emerged from her Africa tour in 2019, with the duchess standing next to a private chefCredit: conciergecapetown/Instagram Mum-of-one Meghan, 38, is pictured next to Chef Lee,...
    MEGHAN Markle has been pictured smiling next to a private chef in an unseen photo from her 10-day royal tour to Africa in 2019.  The Duchess of Sussex was seen casually dressed in jeans in the snap shared by South Africa-based luxury company Concierge Cape Town.  5A previously unseen photo of Meghan Markle has emerged from her Africa tour in 2019, with the duchess standing next to a private chefCredit: conciergecapetown/Instagram Mum-of-one Meghan, 38, is pictured next to Chef Lee,...
    A WOODEN spoon is a staple is everyones kitchen - but how do you know when its time to bin the one you have, and should you be using something else instead? An Australian chef has suggested soaking your cooking utensil in boiling water to see how dirty they really are - and the results are disgusting. 4The oil that comes out of the clean spoon is disgustingCredit: Facebook Former MasterChef Australia judge, Matt Preston, came up with...
    About a decade ago, Sandra Dailey swapped a successful Silicon Valley career for a chance to put an entrepreneurial spin on a lifelong passion, baking and cooking. The result was Sandi’s Cobbler Cups and More, and who among jazz festival-goers could possibly resist a booth selling peach cobbler you could take back to your picnic blanket? The “more,” of course, refers to her lineup of Southern comfort food and Creole classics, including jambalaya, red beans and rice, and smothered...