Archive For The “Tom Colicchio” Category
Directors Kristi Jacobson and Lori Silverbush feel we need to know something here in the United States of America: one in four children — 50 million people — have no idea where or how they will get their next meal. Their new film, A Place at the Table, talks to three people: Barbie, a mother…
Every chef needs to be an entrepreneur
Can you pass on celebrity or cooking skills?
Hob knob with chef’testants and 1,957 others
Super Chefs are opening hotels
Join Gerry’s friends for a not-to-be-missed evening
Learn to close down right
Tom needs your help to fight hunger
Tom Colicchio and Sam Talbot have a lot in common
Once upon a time, only chefs could buy this ham…
Promoting your restaurant after your TV appearance
Super Chef was at the White House today among “hundreds of chefs” and fellow members of the press on the (hot) South Lawn while First Lady Michelle Obama‘s announced the launch of “Chefs to Move! to Schools. Following is what aired live earlier today. First Lady Michelle Obama at “Chefs Move to Schools” Event Duration:…
Would you be ready to step into a restaurant armed with your Top Chef certificate?
Do new concepts mean new life?
Is it a hard sell to a campaign to end hunger in America?
Another list of the biggest and richest chefs…!
By JULIETTE ROSSANT Do you need a sandwich cookbook? Why not? If there are cookbooks just about milkshakes or burgers, why not sandwiches? Tom Colicchio‘s ‘wichcraft (Clarkson Potter 2009) definitely takes its cue not from Tom’s Top Chef (see Super Chef: Top Chef: Tom Colicchio) fame and his spreading empire of ‘wichcraft eateries. On the…
Recently, Super Chef participated in a group conference call with other journalists to interview four chef contestants in Top Chef Masters, episode 2. What was most illuminating was the wonderful sense of humor in all four chefs: Elizabeth Falkner, Suzanne Tracht, Wylie Defresne, and Graham Elliot Bowles. They truly sounded like they enjoyed themselves and…
Debuts on Wednesday, June 10, 2009