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Chef’s Summer Recipes: Chef John DeLoach’s Seared Sea Scallops

It takes quite a skilled chef to take attention away from NYC’s hottest dance club and onto his dishes. This is what Chef John DeLoach has done at LAVO New York, where he is currently the Executive Chef, working with … Continue reading

Make Something French Today, It’s Julia Child’s Birthday

Julia Child was born in Pasadena, California on this day in 1912. Following her graduation from college, Child moved to New York City, where she worked as a copywriter. Later Child actually worked for the OSS during World War Two, … Continue reading

Chef’s Summer Recipes: John Toulze’s Corn Cakes

If you were to ask me for a restaurant recommendation in Sonoma, the first restaurant to come out of my mouth would be The Girl and The Fig. I still recall sitting in their outdoor area, next to a fire … Continue reading

Future Food to be “Made From Lab-Created Chemicals”

This year’s meeting of the Euroscience Open Forum featured a workshop held by White House executive pastry chef Bill Yosses, who proclaimed to audience members how the food of the future will not actually contain real food, but various combinations … Continue reading

Chef’s Summer Recipes: Claude Godard’s Fresh Goat Cheese Soup with Escargots

Chef Claude Godard is a member of a very special group of chefs, the Maîtres Cuisiniers de France. This group is very special. Their mission is to “preserve and spread the French culinary arts, encourage training in cuisine, and assist professional development”. … Continue reading

Chef’s Summer Recipes: Patricia Williams’ Fried Chicken

When we asked Chef Patricia Williams of Smoke Jazz and Supper Club to share a recipe that exemplified summer, she told us “Summer food is very special since everything about summer is more relaxed and can be enjoyed outside. Fried chicken … Continue reading

Gordon Ramsay’s Ultimate Cookery Course

Being a massive fan of Gordon Ramsay, we were happy to see that he had put his series “Ultimate Cooker Course” on Youtube. In the series Gordon goes about trying to teach basics of cooking aimed at the novice home … Continue reading

(Almost Complete Guide) to Body Fat Percentage Of Celebrities

For a long time people equated thinness with health.  I can show you plenty of pictures of Olsen twins and you’d know this isn’t so…[sociallocker]We are now wiser and have learned that Body Fat percentage is a much better marker … Continue reading

Chef Matthew Tropeano’s Mother’s Day Story

When I was about 6 or 7, I remember getting into a fight with my best friend, Mike. He went home and all I remember is being really upset. The next thing I can remember is making chicken cutlets with my mom … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Andrea Correale’s St. Patrick’s Day Mojito

Andrea Correale is one of the finest caterers in New York. The Elegant Affairs empire she has established had a very humble beginning right in her childhood home, where her mother, Marie Correale, taught her how to design a table … Continue reading

Chef’s Winter Recipes: Kelly Armetta’s Braised Pork and Mushroom Pasta

Chef Kelly Armetta is the Executive Chef of Hyatt Regency Boston. He boasts an impressive resume with over 30 years of experience in the culinary industry. His love for food started at the tender age of 14 when he opened … Continue reading

Meet Edgar, The World’s Most Famous Pizza Deliveryman

Edgar Martirosyan arrived at the Hollywood’s Dolby Theatre thinking he was delivering pizza to a group of writers and was told to wait. (source) Edgar, who actually owns the West Hollywood Big Mama’s and Papa’s pizza location on Sunset Boulevard, … Continue reading

Chef’s Winter Recipes: Stuart O’Keeffe’s Ultimate Beef Stew

This handsome Irish import, Chef Stuart O’Keeffe, has been receiving recognition internationally ever since the debut of Stuart’s Kitchen, a show that aired in both Ireland and New Zealand. It is also important to note that he is a weekly … Continue reading

7 Celebrity Diet Tricks That Work (And 7 You Should Avoid)

We all wonder how Hollywood stars stay so lean and thin, and while eating right and exercise is usually their stock explanation for having beautiful bodies, some celebrities risk their health and lives to stay thin. Here are 7 diet … Continue reading

Chef’s Winter Recipes: Jason Brumm’s Grassfed Meatloaf Sandwich

Winning the “Chef Wanted with Anne Burrel” cooking show on Food Network sky-rocketed Chef Jason Brumm’s name into the culinary industry. The show taped in August, and by September he was already working for Second Home Kitchen + Bar when the show … Continue reading

The 5 Most Desired Salads Among Hollywood Celebrities

In the most weight conscious place on earth, Hollywood is the salad capital of the world, and has created many of the most famous salads on the planet: the Cobb salad, the Chopped Salad, and the Caesar Salad. In her … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Amy Riolo’s Egyptian Sesame Challah

Amy Riolo is an award-winning author, chef, host of Culture of Cuisine cooking show, and a Mediterrenean cuisine expert. She has graced numerous television and radio programs in both United Staes and abroad, like Fox TV, CBS, Nile TV, and … Continue reading

A Rare Look At The Favorite Foods of 5 U.S. Presidents

Whenever I travel, I get a kick out of conducting a little historical research on my destination. Information on a city or town’s background always adds an interesting dimension to a visit. That same enriched experience can apply to food, … Continue reading

One of The Most Important Food People You Don’t Know

Besides being fun and easygoing, one of the pleasures of working with FriendsEAT co-founders Blanca Valbuena and Antonio Evans is being exposed, not only to their love and appreciation of all things food, but to their combined knowledge of food … Continue reading

20 Celebrities That Went Meat-Free and Why

According to the web publication “Vegetarians in Paradise,” the term vegan was coined in 1944 by Donald Watson when he co-founded the British Vegan Society. The first known British vegan cookbook, No Animal Food: Two Essays and 100 Recipes by … Continue reading

Justin Bieber’s Simple, Straightforward Diet Plan

Justin Bieber has announced plans to change his musical direction to a hip-hop career, and may even shell out over $10 million on a house in Atlanta to be near rappers including T.I. and Rick Ross. Not long ago, Bieber’s … Continue reading

17 Hunger Game Lessons From Jennifer Lawrence

Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence has been ridiculed by the Hollywood press for her junk food obsession. On one occasion, eyebrows were raised because Lawrence apparently got Dorito dust on the sexy white dress she wore in the movie “American … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Andrea Correale’s Dark Icy Heart Cocktail

Andrea Correale, one of the finest New York caterers, found inspiration from her mom, who taught her how a table can be beautifully prepared with creativity on any budget. This has inspired her, even at a tender age of 16, … Continue reading

Chef’s Winter Recipes: Dakota Weiss’ Celery Root Risotto

Born and raised in Lancaster, California, Chef Dakota Weiss has also lived all across the United States including Arizona, Texas and Florida. At 12 years old, they moved to Santa Fe, Mexico. She may not have had a constant home, … Continue reading

Top 20 Best Celebrity-Owned Restaurants

While there’s no doubt a number of reasons why celebrities decide to own a restaurant, only a few restaurants are fortunate enough to have both good food and celebrity-backing. Some celebrities may have an obsessive interest and deep love for … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Andrea Correale’s Devil’s Spiked Tea

Learning from her mom that a table can be beautifully set with creativity on any budget was the humble beginnings of Andrea Correale’s entrepreneurial career. She has opened her own “event staff for hire” company at age 16 in Long … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Lisa Lillien’s Blendy Vanilla Bliss

The Hungry Girl, Lisa Lillien, is a New York Times best-selling author and found of Hungry-Girl.com, a website that features a free daily email service that both entertains and keep people in the know on the latest news about food … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Mario Lopez’s Chocolate Coffee-Walnut Toffee

Mario Lopez is the type of person that will make you think, “What can’t he do?” A man of many trades, he has kept himself active by juggling between work, leisure, and family life. We see him on TV as … Continue reading

Flashback: Celebrity Chef Mario Batali Pays Over 5 Million for Stealing Tips

While stealing in general is indicative of a callous disregard for the dignity and sovereignty of others, theft in the workplace is particularly egregious because of the element of assumed trust, especially when an employer steals from hardworking, low paid … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Lisa Lillien’s Spiced French Toast

The ‘Hungry Girl,’ Lisa Lillien, is the New York Times best-selling author behind the extremely successful blog, Hungry-Girl.com, where over millions of her subscribers await her free daily email service that both entertains and informs people around the world about … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Lisa Lillien’s Choco-Berry Oatmeal

Lisa Lillien (a.k.a. Hungry Girl) is the genius behind Hungry-Girl.com, where her daily email service entertains and informs over a million of her subscribers on food and healthy living. She also has a weekly column on WeightWatchers.com, regular contributions to … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark’s Gin and Cranberry Sauce Cocktail

You’ll fall in love with best friends, Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark, for their uncanny humor and impeccable taste in libations as evidenced in their show with Cooking Channel, “Unique Sweets” and their own Web series, “Classy Ladies with Alie … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Lisa Lillien’s Sweet Spiced Apples

Lisa Lillien, also known as “Hungry Girl”, is a New York Times best-selling author and the creator of the Hungry Girl brand, especially the Website, Hungry-Girl.com, where she has over a million of subscribers obsessively awaiting her daily emails about … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark’s Spiced Bourbon Pumpkin Milkshake

If you’re in for a good laugh, try watching Cooking Channel’s “Unique Sweets.” You’ll meet the besties Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark, who also host their own Web series “Classy Ladies with Alie & Georgia.” In this show, they wear … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark’s Cherry Bourbon Licor

Best friends, Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark, met outside a hip dive bar in Los Angeles. Little did they know that this chance meeting will lead to a partnership that will make them famous. Alie, a staff writer for the … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark’s Bourbon Cider Sipper

Opposites attract. The same thing goes with Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark‘s preference in drinks. Alie likes wine spritzers, while Georgia loves beer. But their differences doesn’t stop them from clicking and becoming best friends. The dynamic duo’s chemistry and … Continue reading

Anthony Bourdain To “Wow” NYC With Huge Food Market

FriendsEAT co-founder Antonio Evans notes Bourdain is a TV personality loved by anyone who isn’t an idiot and writes: “His asides and narration has painted a landscape of the world that has boldly created the new ‘food culture’.” (source) Bourdain … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Elana Horwich’s Chicken alla Cacciatore

Meal and a Spiel is a Los Angeles based cooking school and online resource for recipes, videos, and health information that successfully teaches “the career girl generation” to cook with passion. The spiels are written to allow cooks to enter into the … Continue reading

Chef’s Winter Recipes: Dakota Weiss’ Miss Swiss Fondue

Born and raised in Southern California, Chef Dakota Weiss discovered her love for cooking at a very young age when her mother, suspense novelist Charmaine Coimbra, has taught her about cooking in the kitchen and organic gardening. It wasn’t until … Continue reading

Winter Recipes: Gena Knox’s Smoked Cheddar Popovers

A native of Middle Georgia, Gena Knox has found comfort in their kitchen at a young age, working with their homegrown fruits and vegetables. Her lifelong passion for cooking and locally grown foods paved the way for her career as … Continue reading