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Who are the most-trusted celebrities? Chefs, such as Emeril Lagasse and Paula Deen, according to a recent poll. But can you trust celebrity foods to deliver star-studded results? Consumer Reports’ testers got busy tasting foods by famous folks...
Tags: Consumers, Foods and Beverages, Emeril Lagasse , Salads, Celebrities
Since the day it opened in Los Angeles, Pizzeria Mozza has been a hot ticket with long lines out the door. When word got out that another location was opening in Newport Beach, foodies jumped for joy. The brilliant collaboration between two famous...
NEWPORT BEACH — Pizzeria Mozza, celebrity chef Mario Batali's new restaurant at 800 West Coast Highway, may lose its permit to serve liquor. A planning commissioner appealed a decision to grant the permit, and the commission will hear the issue...
The celebrity New York chef travels the world to discover its most exotic dishes. You can catch him on the Travel Channel's "No Reservations," now in its seventh season. Here he offers his view of the Midwest's culinary landscape. Q: On "No Reservations,...
Tribune NewspapersIt’s a long way from Heston Blumenthal’s The Fat Duck outside London, to Thomas Keller’s French Laundry in Yountville, Calif., at least in miles, even via plane. But it’s not far at all if you travel conceptually, via lines of food...
Tags: Food Industry, Alinea, Charlie Trotter, Julia Child, Rachael Ray
No need to stash the Sambuca. The Newport Beach Planning Commission voted unanimously Thursday to allow Pizzeria Mozza to keep its alcohol permit. One of the commissioners had appealed the original permit for celebrity chef Mario Batali's new eatery,...
Anne Arundel Community College culinary arts student Lynn Brown said that while growing up in Washington, he would watch his mother prepare dishes that she ultimately taught him to cook. Then one day, he said, his mother virtually stopped cooking, all...
Marina Marchese is a sommelier in the true sense of the word. She studied the principles of "terroir," the unique combination of geographic location, climate, soil and temperature, in Italy. She believes in single-sourcing. Her specialty is the pairing of...
The Hartford CourantAfter a full-scale renovation and menu overhaul, Saybrook Point Inn's Terra Mar restaurant was in need of a new name. For inspiration, the owners and staff looked to the million-dollar view that remained. The property sits "at the mouth of the...
Lazy days of summer? Not for restaurateurs. A torrent of new openings in Fairfield County reminds us how hot our local dining scene is. The biggest buzz is the opening of Mario Batali and Joe Bastianich's Tarry Lodge Enoteca Pizzeria (30 Charles St.,...
You'll wait for a table at these buzz-worthy restaurants, but dining critic Phil Vettel says it'll be time well spent. 1. Longman & Eagle (Two Stars) 2657 N. Kedzie Ave., 773-276-7110. This wood-filled corner tavern in Logan Square looks like a good...
Tags: Foods and Beverages, Butter, Restaurants, Human Interest, Italy
I've never escorted the Nutella-toast crowd to Italy. But we did stop at Eataly, the Manhattan eatery owned by Mario Batali (and friends). The market offers a string of shopping fantasies: grocery store, gelato shop, bakery, restaurant, wine bar, Nutella...
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