French expats in the US culinary industry share their enthusiasm on the eve of the FIFA World Cup Final 2018!
NYC restaurant supports its Sous Chef by raising funds for his critical neurosurgery with Family Meal dinner events and a GoFundMe campaign.
As women’s reproductive rights are increasingly under threat, Top Chef host Padma Lakshmi steps us in defense of Planned Parenthood and the Affordable Care Act
There’s a serious lack of labeling clarity in the fine chocolate industry. So what’s to be done?
Chefs Pichet Ong and Atlas Manuel Amante share their experiences working in kitchens, where the personal and professional inevitably collide.
Speaking with Beth Falk and Adam Moskowitz made me want to celebrate what cheesemongers do, big time. I saw their responsibility in a new light, and its importance dawned on me.
Whether you’re a chocolate maker, a chocolatier, a cacao grower or just a chocolate lover, the Fine Chocolate Industry Association‘s
June 20th is World Refugee Day, and in cities around the globe, chefs are literally standing with refugees, in their restaurants and kitchens, cooking up traditional dishes from the refugee chefs’ home countries.
Check out this collaboration between Thomas Schauer of TASTE in Motion and Dominique Ansel for Ansel’s cookbook The Secret
While I used to think I was thriving in the craziness of kitchens as a line cook, I quickly realized as a kitchen manager that it was not a sustainable model, at least for me personally.
I have never been this kind of sad. It is a new and different kind of sadness that has many angles and layers.
Our industry awoke today to learn of the loss of Anthony Bourdain, a hit so hard, that even those who never had the privilege to know or even to meet him are feeling a deep personal sadness. In a time when many public figures are not, Anthony Bourdain was real, he was honest, he was openly flawed, and that’s why we loved him.
As individual restaurants experiment with new business models, we’re learning that what works for one server might not work for another, and what works for any server now might not work for them later.
When it comes to giving ex-cons a second chance at a career after incarceration, the hospitality industry has been way ahead of the U.S. Government.
After seventeen years of cooking under the radar, today Stephen Harris is one of England’s most celebrated chefs.
Fake food brings less truth to an image than it does nutrition to a meal…
Butter & Scotch seeks to attract people by being unapologetically female and unafraid to attach themselves to their beliefs and politics.
Claus Meyer changed the Danish food culture and transformed Denmark from culinary wasteland to front-runner…
PX+ Festival: A chance to talk honestly about how hospitable the hospitality business really is.
An in-depth interview with James Beard Award Winning author Francisco Migoya of Modernist Bread
Despite the growing number of hunger relief programs accepting donations of leftovers, many restaurants and other foodservice providers still struggle to manage their excess food.
President Obama’s former White House Pastry Chef bakes the perfect pies for Sweeney Todd
IACP, an IRL networking platform of professionals deeply engaged in an industry they love…
As New York City and San Francisco rents and minimum wages climb, restaurant owners are getting creative…
There’s aggressive calls for people to change their diet to eliminate meat. But why jump to this extreme?
Doughnuts, babka, baba au rum, blini and blintz – all originated in Eastern Europe and were brought the the US by immigrants…
There’s still so much Chinese food to discover, especially the elusive street foods like bings…