Yes, they look like props from a late night comedy show -- but any self-respecting Asian knows of the enormous chopsticks that their parents used for stir-frying. (Remember, the ones the length of a child's entire arm?). Danny Bowien respects the giant chopsticks.
Incredible revelations about the Human Panda abound in the latest edition of High Times. For instance: did you know that Eddie Huang smokes the reefer? If you didn't, prepare to be totally astounded by the rhapsody of weed that is this interview.
Martha Stewart stopped by The Dr. Oz Show today to hawk her new book Living the Good Long Life, and while conversation turned inevitably to her Match.com dating life, she revealed a few bawdy tidbits we didn't expect to hear from ever-cordial Martha.
Richman's hosting the NYC event for the third year in a row, and says, "whenever you have a chef that's like, 'this is just something I'm playing with,' you know that's always going to be the dope shit." You know what else is dope? Winning free tickets to The New Taste of the Upper West Side. See how right here:
New York may be a culinary mecca, but it’s not the be-all and end-all of food talent. As such, we’ve taken it upon ourselves to highlight celebrity, notable, or otherwise up-and-coming chefs you should know about across the country.
Whoa guys! Before we get into hot hipster water over whether it’s possible to choose the best ten chefs in Portland — we’re talking about the other Portland. You know, the one on the other side of the country — in Maine. But we still ran into the same dilemma, because this Portland — the one behind all the lobster fishermen in Fair Isle sweaters — has access to some of the best farms, fowl, and fish in the country. And, naturally, chefs from all over the world have made their home here, building what Bon Appetit Magazine called “The Foodiest Small Town in America.”
This time, our goal is to highlight some chefs without the national reputations and television appearances, but who still make knockout food that inspires the envy of many a food obsessive. So with a heavy heart, we whittled off Dana Street, and sadly pruned Sam Hayward of the legendary Fore Street off our list. (Sorry, guys.) The chefs on our list, though, deserve just as much recognition.