Welcome to Better Than It Looks, a series in which we discuss the recipes we tried (and maybe failed) to execute, and the foods that were served to us by someone perhaps more talented than ourselves.
In a new issue of Atlanta Magazine, Anthony Bourdain—always the most delightfully catty chef in the kitchen—shifted a conversation on fatherhood into a backhanded discussion about what can be done to help Food Network chef (and human embodiment of a Mountain Dew campaign) Guy Fieri overcome his overwhelming Guy…
Ina Garten has worked long and hard to establish her claim to the title "the Barefoot Contessa" and she's not about to let anybody jack her brand. Especially not some frozen food manufacturer. Believe that.
On yesterday's Barefoot Contessa, the recently vindicated Ina Garten entertained emails from viewers during "Ask Ina." When one man requested Italian recipes to make for his vegetarian and lactose intolerant girlfriend, Garten couldn't help but express her latent disgust for those who don't eat meat or dairy via…
Where do we begin? With chicken! (For Ina, it always, eventually comes down to the chicken.) Or, more precisely, her Lemon Roasted Chicken Breasts—I've made them!—whose (Is "whose" appropriate when we're talking about chicken breasts? Whatever.) ease of… [Gawker.TV]
"Mad Men–style ass-pinching may have gone the way of aspic, but women, for all of their gains in the restaurant industry, are dealing with a more subtle form of sexism: visibility, or lack thereof."