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Celebrity public relations powerhouse Jonathan Cheban is the CEO of Command PR and reality star of “The Spin Crowd,” airing Sunday nights at 10:30 on E!. When he's not "Keeping Up With the Kardashians" or hobnobbing with Gaga, he's fixated on where and what to eat next.
Cheban recently forked over to Eatocracy his favorite eats on both coasts - from "the city of angels" to "the city that never sleeps" - and where he takes a certain Real Housewife of New Jersey and Kelly Osbourne for wings.
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Top Chef's Tom Colicchio spoke to Congress on behalf of school lunch reform - also a pet issue of Chef Alice Waters.
Chef Nathalie Dupree is running for the South Carolina U.S. Senate seat.
Chef Rick Moonen is speaking out against the FDA's potential approval of genetically modified salmon.
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Chef Pierre Thiam is on a mission teach New Yorkers about African cuisine.
He opened his Senegalese restaurant Le Grand Dakar in Brooklyn, New York, four years ago and such has been its popularity that he has diversified into catering events, teaching cookery classes and appearing on television shows such as Iron Chef America.
Thiam has also written a cookbook, "Yolele," which was nominated for the coveted Julia Child Awards. He says it is the first Senegalese cookbook in English. Yolele, a Fulani word that translates as "let the good times roll," is the first Senegalese cookbook in English, Thiam said.
He said: "I believe it's a food that has a place on the culinary table and it's important to start with a book. Maybe other people will get inspired and do other things with it."
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