If it tastes good, it is good.


August 10, 2011

Things. Things that have happened.

Weirdly, this year, I've been in magazines and stuff.

Paper: Twitter Gangs of New York: The Culinary Crew

Food & Wine: The Fabulous Beekman Boys' Barn-Raising Potluck with recipes!

- Tomato Lemonade

- Bacon-Bourbon Brownies with Pecans

Time Out: How to be a food writer

Odd. It's all just very odd.

June 02, 2011

A harrowing tale of personal dorkitude

June 01, 2011

Eliot Spitzer enjoys making jam

December 09, 2010

Eatocracy Secret Supper - Atlanta

Interview -- Linton Hopkins

Seriously -- Thanksgiving is just a meal

Thanksgiving tips – keep calm and carry on

Wherein I say "spatchcock" repeatedly on live TV

December 08, 2010

Eatocracy - no free meals on airplanes

July 18, 2010

Intro to Eatocracy on CNN

On CNN Newsroom with TJ Holmes

July 01, 2009

Paula Deen, Y'all!

Paula Deen may be television royalty, but the queen of Southern cuisine wasn't born with a slew of books, a suite of restaurants, a trio of TV shows or a line of gourmet goodies to her name. In fact, at age 40, the Emmy-winning cook was a struggling, single mother who not only hadn't yet started down her career path -- she was afraid to even walk out her front door. She and her husband Michael Groover sat down for a video interview with me to share the story of her remarkable journey and his delicious life with Paula Deen.

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March 14, 2009

Interview with Marco Pierre White

I got a chance to sit down with the legendary chef Marco Pierre White. Read the entire interview here, and grab a little nibble below.

Q & A with Marco Pierre White, Host of 'The Chopping Block' and 'Hell's Kitchen (UK)'

The legendary chef and television host talks about dealing with unruly diners, his famous protégés and why he's stopped swearing

He's been called the greatest chef in the world, but you'll never have a chance to taste his food. Chef Marco Pierre White earned three ground-breaking Michelin stars -- and notoriety for his white-hot temper -- before walking away from it all at the height of his career. White spoke with me about his single-minded pursuit of culinary perfection, his most notorious protégé, and the celebrity chef he calls "the gastronomic king of America."

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