Q&A Michael Abbatiello
Executive Chef at City Cellar Wine Bar
Q&A with Lynn White of IHMRS
What brought you into show management?
It was purely by chance. I had a friend who was working for a trade show management company and during one summer they were looking for some help. A full-time position opened up, they offered it to me, and I fell into the industry.
Edible Schoolyard NYC Assembles Last of Top Toques for Its Spring Gala
With Edible Schoolyard NYC assembling its annual spring gala, board members Fernanda Niven and Lela Rose talked about the nonprofit’s mission to teach kids about healthy eating—from the ground up.
Q&A with Rick Smilow
What was it like winning the prestigious 2015 Award of Excellence for "Culinary School of the Year" from the International Association of Culinary Professionals?
It's certainly very gratifying, timed as it is on the eve of our move to Brookfield Place. It's also very sweet because it's also my 20th anniversary and the school's 40th anniversary.
Chef Michael Symon Teams up with Ergo Chef to Design Unique New Line of Knives
Experienced chefs know when it comes to chopping, slicing, paring and dicing, it’s all in the wrist. Unfortunately, over time this can take quite a toll as many professional and home chefs develop carpal tunnel syndrome and tendonitis.
BCA Chefs of Excellence
From humble beginnings growing up in Mare Rouge, Haiti, a young Ron Duprat watched in delightful anticipation as his grandmother cooked. He always knew he wanted to be a chef. Years later, he would arrive in the United States and begin work as a dishwasher.
Chef Ian Russo
Chef Ian Russo (aka The Dirty Chef) developed a new concept of cooking - cooking dirty. After spending years in top rated kitchens such as La Reserve, Lespinasse, Roy’s and Bouley, Russo opened his eponymous restaurant, IAN in Manhattan.
Darrow's Farm Fresh Takeout, a new restaurant located in Union Square NYC aims to provide New Yorkers with better alternatives.
Stephen Costanzo and Moira Hyland
They were determined to make it seem like you were eating in their home, something not easy to do in one of Connecticut's largest cities with a downtown crammed full of upscale restaurants.
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