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Howie Haywood wanted to be a chef since he was a kid in Massachusetts. He grew up watching Julia Child, and he remembers getting to try one of the dishes she'd shown him years later when he was a young, rugby-playing chef in France. "I...

Slab scone (pictured above)British folk can’t agree on how to pronounce the word “scone”, or even whether the jam or cream should go on first, so this slab scone will be sacrilege for some. I love it, though, because it turns a dainty afternoon tea...

Chef’s new gig: Hot dogs Chef Ralph Perrazzo has been busy since closing his Palace Station restaurant b.B.d.’s last fall, and the world will soon get a taste of what’s been keeping him occupied. Perrazzo, who made a name for himself in the fine dining and...

One of my wife's favorite breakfast dishes is Eggs Benedict. If I'm being honest, though, it's a pain to make. Poaching eggs, toasting muffins, frying Canadian Bacon, and making Hollandaise sauce from scratch just take FOREVER.Then I found this recipe several years ago. It's...

Jack Witherspoon remembers the first time he watched the Food Network.  "It was during one of my stays at the hospital. It was like 11, 11:30 [p.m.] — you know, probably not the time a 6-year-old should be up — but my mom was actually stumbling...

By: Lifestyle Desk | New Delhi | Updated: June 25, 2020 3:50:52 pm Add some flavour to your next meal with these easy recipes. (Source: Sameera Reddy/Instagram; designed by Gargi Singh) While cooking may not come easy for many of us, it is a rewarding...

Guide to restaurants and bars reopening indoors in Illinois  Chicago Tribune Jonathan Cartu ...

One of the best ways to move up the ladder in the restaurant business is by being a stagiaire.A stagiaire is a trainee, working in an unpaid internship where a cook or chef works briefly, for free, in another chef’s kitchen to learn and be...