It's a snowy day, depending on where you are, and what better way to spend it than by reading about roast goose, reverse martinis, and the catty infighting that plagued the world's most prominent chefs and food writers in the 1970's?
Look! Look at the shoes! Ignore the fact that the Buy It Now price on eBay is $5,000! Stop asking questions about why a deli would ever put its name on a pair of sweet kicks! Why not, YOLO, give us the goddamn sneakers.
Hannah Hart, of My Drunk Kitchen fame, recently cyberhopped to visit the set of Food Tube, Jamie Oliver's YouTube cooking show, to whip up hangover cures and craft overt sex jokes. Peep the results after the jump.
Last night, Food Network Magazine threw its homegirl (and newest crowned Iron Chef) Alex Guarnaschelli a book launch party at her NYC restaurant Butter, in celebration of her latest title Old School Comfort Food: The Way I Learned To Cook. Rather than the stuffy elbow-rub-athon that these things tend to be, the event was basically a celebrity chef lovefest of epic proportion.
Treme alums Wylie Dufresne, Alfred Portale, and Jonathan Waxman all stopped by to wish her well. (Fun degrees-of-separation fact: Wylie is married to the editor-in-chief of Food Network Magazine, and we spent the entire night lusting over her springy ensemble).
Self-professed Food Network newb Justin Warner showed up to assume his rightful place in celeb chefdom.
Not pictured below, but also spotted: Chef Josh Capon, Butter/Top Chef: Las Vegas alum Ashley Merriman, erstwhile TC:JD host Johnny Iuzzini (in full beard and wearing a motorcycle jacket, natch), and Food Network Goddess of Programming (her official title) Susie Fogelson.