When Atlanta-based restaurateur Ford Fry cooks at home, he’s looking for meals that are healthy, while not skimping on flavor. He uses the tastes of Southeast Asia to bring a lot of pop to the taste buds without added calories or fats.
Nicolas Bour, executive chef at San Diego’s award-winning Humphrey’s restaurant on Shelter Island, never set foot in culinary school. He acquired his celebrated skills working alongside some of the most gifted gourmets in the world.
When it's time for kick-off during the biggest football game of the year, the last thing you want to be doing is cooking away in the kitchen while your guests are cheering in the other room. Besides not knowing whether the first down was a result of a run or pass, think of all the funny, cute, witty, endearing and jaw-dropping commercials you may be missing. A little prep work and the perfect recipe can save you from spending all your time in front of the stove rather than the television. But what to make? Check out our five soup or bowl football fan-favorites below.
From Candy Land to Candy Crush, candy has been an American obsession for decades, and for Chick-fil-A Chef Angela Wadlington, candy plays a special part in a decadent holiday tradition.
Being a chef has never been as in vogue as it is today. With reality TV shows turning chefs into household names, a new generation of foodies is being born and the techniques once reserved for the culinary elite are making their way into kitchens across the country.