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He's making a list, and checking it twice. Gonna find out which kitchen intern is going to suck or not. Chris Cosentino is coming to town.
Five Supplies To Bring Your First Day in a Kitchen: Chris Cosentino
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If there's one thing our friends at Food & Wine do even better than throwing fabulous festivals all around the country, developing stellar recipes and generally making our lives more appetizing – it's identifying up and coming talent from around the country.
Since 1988, the editors of Food & Wine have feasted their way from coast to coast, seeking out 10 innovative chefs, each with a distinctive vision, creating exceptionally delicious food. They've bestowed upon these shining stars the title of Best New Chef. This year, the dining public had a say.
In each of the ten designated regions of the country, you had a chance to vote for the chef whose restaurant has most significantly stirred your soul and your palate. The winner of the The People's Best New Chef 2011 will be the subject of a profile in the July issue of Food & Wine and will no doubt hold you in tremendous gratitude and esteem until the end of time.
We'll have a large pie ... extra pepperoni, hold the mice.
While you're frying up some eggs and bacon, we're cooking up something else: a way to celebrate today's food holiday and the most delicious finds on TV.
Today's food holiday has a certain appeal - March 2 is National Banana Cream Pie Day.
Like lemon cream pie, banana cream pie is known for its rich custard filling and towering whipped cream topping - but the fresh banana slices make for a pie you won’t want to throw in somebody’s face.
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