This morning I spoke with the eloquent chef over the phone to find out more about this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. We chatted about the rise of celebrities that cook, his upcoming projects, and the location of his next Italian emporium, Eataly. To find out what he had to say, keep reading.
Although he received no support from the Los Angeles School District, British chef Jamie Oliver was able to shoot the entire second season of his documentary-like reality show, Food Revolution, in LA. The program will debut on April 12, and here we have the first preview. With scenes that show a teenage boy declaring honey comes from a bear and a family's living room full of the junk food they eat in a year, it's clear our nation is in need of this sort of wake-up call. Check out a sneak peek of the Revolution below and tell me what you think in the comments. Will you tune in?
You were with us for the seminars on grilled cheese and Nobu's nouveau Japanese, at the tents where we enjoyed seafood and spirits, and while we stuffed our faces at Rachael Ray's infamous hamburger marathon. But there was still so much to catch in between it all: Anne Burrell and Claire Robinson as an inseparable force at the Burger Bash, Giada dancing late into the night at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas afterparty, and Tim Love and Chris Cosentino lounging by The Shore Club pool over sunset. Here, a few moments in action to leave you longing for more South Beach. Until next year. . .
When I declared his polenta to be "the best polenta I've ever had," he quipped, "Then you need to eat out more." At the Scarpetta Miami bar, he made sure we were settled in with mojitos, then joined us for a chat. For the whole conversation, keep reading.
They don't just get chatty about the food they make: they talk about their pets, their vets, and even get starstruck over other famous faces.
Here are a few of our favorite celebritweeps. Can you match their remarks to their respective names? Time to find out!Take the Quiz