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All photos courtesy of Emeril Lagasse unless otherwise credited. Few names are as closely tied with New Orleanian cuisine as that of Emeril Lagasse, the colorful chef whose big personality and piquant Cajun- and Creole-inflected food catapulted him to small-screen fame more than two decades ago. But before hosting his first cooking show in 1994, Essence of Emeril, and before coining his iconic catchphrase “BAM!,” Emeril opened an eponymous eatery in New Orleans that would become the flagship of his restaurant empire. Now, more than 25 years since Emeril’s opened its doors and a decade after Hurricane Katrina devastated the city, Lagasse believes the New Orleans dining scene is stronger and more vibrant than ever. Below, the chef chats with Yahoo Food about his memories of the storm, how New Orleans’s struggles have counterintuitively sparked a culinary renaissance, and about his still-under-wraps plans to open a new restaurant just down the street.
Fortunately (or unfortunately), scooping ice cream and slinging pizza slices don’t require much skill. I thought I was hot stuff recommending birch beer instead of Coke with hot dogs, and doubled candy sales in one weekend by convincing people they needed sweet with their salt: pouring M&Ms into a bag of hot popcorn so they would melt a little and make it extra scrumptious.
Here, Jeremy Umansky explains his role as Master Larder and Head Forager at Trentina in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo: Judd Pilossof/StockFood Name: Jeremy Umansky Age: 32 Job Title: Master Larder and Head Forager Where He Works: Trentina Restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio Years on the Job: 1 What He Does: “Basically, my mission as a larder master is to attempt to create foods that people haven’t eaten in a millennia in some cases,“ Umansky told us, like ancient Roman fish sauce or mushroom-infused salt crystals.
Fast food taste tests, waitresses getting massive tips, the best restaurants across America — these are just a few of the topics Yahoo Food readers loved the most. At the bottom of the bill, the patron had specified that the tip should be divvied up: $1,000 to the chef, James Turner, and $500 each for waitress Laura Dally and restaurant owner Christofer Nardelli.
Bourdain Market takes its design inspiration from Blade Runner, and has a farmers market with an oyster bar, a beer garden, a bakery, and so much more.
You don’t get to be a legend without getting some great advice along the way. Yahoo Food asked three of the most respected names in the world of food—Thomas Keller, Danny Meyer, and Alice Waters—to share a little wisdom that helped them along the way.
It’s not every day you see a renowned four-star restaurant critic signing up to work … a 24-hour shift as a cook at a Waffle House. Yet that’s precisely what happened when Andrew Knowlton, the Bon Appétit restaurant and drinks editor, got behind the Waffle House waffle iron.
Womenswear designer Lela Rose told InStyle that her fall 2014 collection, which she showed at New York’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week yesterday, was inspired by a meal at famed Spanish restaurantel Bulli . Chef Ferran Adrià’s mecca of molecular gastronomy sadly no longer exists, but the meal has clearly stayed with Rose. Guests of her show received recipe books pairing dishes with looks from the fall collection. We couldn’t get our hands on one, so we’ve made our own pairings below.