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Excellent article in the NY Times on how an overweight chef lost a whole lot of weight. I include this excerpt below from Allison Adato, the author of the recent book “Smart Chefs Stay Slim.”
ENJOY WHAT YOU LOVE. Chefs like Rick Bayless and Eric Ripert don’t try to supplant chicken-liver crostini with droopy steamed vegetables. [...]
Full disclosure: I am posting this in its entirety directly from the HEALTHbeat newsletter of the Harvard Medical School because it is quick, clear and worth knowing. RR
The pleasure of eating a candy bar lasts but a few minutes. Burning off the calories it delivers can take nearly three-quarters of an hour.
To lose one pound [...]
Long story short: The upcoming Dad Summit this year will include a “cook-off” in which yours truly is currently one of the semi-finalists. All good, big prizes, lotsa fun. But I need votes, YOUR VOTES, to get into the finals. To do that is simple – you just head right to this LINK and [...]
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THANKSGIVING
OK, in preparation for Thanksgiving I’ve reviewed hundreds of recipes, ideas, tips, how-to’s, help lines and more. Here are the links that you might find useful.
– A whole lotta menus for 2 to 20 peeps (Gourmet)
– Overall Thanksgiving Guide includes Vegetarian and Gluten Free (The Daily Meal)
See Danny Meyer on Thursday, November 1 at 7pm, interviewed by me.
Join the creator of the acclaimed Union Square Cafe, Gramercy Tavern, and Shake Shack as he shares his passion for great food and hospitality.
The award-winning restaurateur and CEO of Union Square Hospitality Group discusses his American roots, international inspiration, and reveals the secret [...]
What is the sense of publishing a recipe that virtually no one will make?
I like Tasting Table. They do a good job. In their Meet The Sous Chef series this week, they present Garett McMahan, the Chef de Cuisine at Perilla in New York City. The chef has all the bona fides. I’m sure [...]