Alain Ducasse


Authentic Cuisine; Top Chef Just Desserts Season 2 Cast; Nordic Food Is Cool; In-Pool Dining and Brunch Are Hot; You Can Leave Your Hat on (Sometimes)

* Do you have five grand? I don’t have five grand! Neither did Farmer Ted in Sixteen Candles. Or anyone else, apparently. The table being auctioned off for charity for Top Chef Restaurant Wars didn’t receive a single bid. [Eater] * There are things known and there are things unknown, and in between are the doors of perception. [...]

Chef Watch: Michael Voltaggio Cooks and Tells; New York Post Has a Beef with Alain Ducasse; Norman Van Aken Opens His Recipe Book; The World’s Most Influential Chef; Charlie Trotter’s New Hire, and More

Chefs making food and headlines… •    Michael Voltaggaio, winner of season 6 of “Top Chef” shows football fans how to have a very molecular gastronomic Super Bowl party. Does that mean deconstructed nachos? [Los Angeles Times] •    Speaking of Chef Voltaggio, who is chef de cuisine at The Dining Room at The Langham, he answers [...]

Washington, D.C. Restaurant Week Starts Monday

Washington, D.C. Winter Restaurant Week begins Monday, January 11, 2010, and runs until the 17th. Presented by Destination DC and the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington, diners can take advantage of $20.10 three-course lunches and $35.10 for three-course dinners. In its 16th year, participating restaurants include Alain Ducasse’s Adour at the St. Regis, The Palm, Sam [...]

Last Supper: What’s Your Ideal Final Meal?

When world-renowned chef Thomas Keller (Ad Hoc, Bouchon, The French Laundry, Per Se) lost his beloved father in 2008, he was able to find a bit of comfort in the fact that he’d prepared, carefully and lovingly, his father’s final meal. Keller didn’t know it at the time, but the simple dish of barbecued chicken, [...]