Meet Chef Michelle Bernstein, a Jewish Latino Restauranteur with an Eclectic Cooking Style

Rice with Pollo. (Michael Pisarri) This James Beard Award and Iron Chef America winner is a chef, restauranteur, caterer and television persona juggling multiple projects with her husband and business partner, David Martinez. Çhef Michelle Bernstein mixes Miami heat, Latin spices and a Jewish vibe for flavorful recipes. Her personality is like her cooking — … Read more

High Country Baking: Double dark chocolate drop cookies

High altitudes make cookies spread in the pan, cakes fall, and a few baked goods turn out as they do at sea level. This twice-monthly column presents recipes and tips that make baking in the mountains successful. Chocolate lovers, these cookies are for you. Slightly melted shards of dark chocolate, complemented by crunchy nuts, float … Read more

Kermit Carpenter found fame selling Key lime pies in Key West

People who know Key West also know the king of Key lime pie by his first name. Or at least his lime-colored chef’s hat. For nearly 30 years, on the corner of Elizabeth and Greene streets, Kermit Carpenter has been hawking the classic Keys dessert, which he makes using his grandma’s simple recipe. These days, … Read more

How to Make Silky Sous Vide Eggs Without a Sous Vide

photo: Allie ChanthornReinmann There’s lots of content out there to help you decide what to cook with your fancy sous vide precision, immersion, circulation, sans conflagration tool, or so I’ve heard. I’ve read about all the cool things one can sous vide with tantalizing results—juicy steaks, cheesecakes, buttery lobster tailsand the silkiest of eggsit all … Read more

Christian Green’s Cajun Honey Garlic Salmon Recipe

Christian Green first caught our culinary attention in 2014 on Season 5 of Fox’s “MasterChef.” Incredibly, the 29-year-old from New Orleans impressed judges so much during the series that on his exit, Gordon Ramsey offered to invest in Green’s future plans for a food truck. Fast-forward to 2022 and the charismatic cook is back in … Read more

Ada Calhoun’s Grub Street Diet

Ada Calhoun, taking breakfast seriously. Illustration: Lindsay Mound When she was growing up in the East Village, Ada Calhoun wanted to be a farmer because it was the most exotic profession she could think of. Instead, she became a writer. It is the family business: Her father dela, the art critic Peter Schjeldahl, had once … Read more

Stressful Restaurant Shows, Ranked

“It would be weird to work in a restaurant and not lose your mind,” says Ayo Edebiri’s character on FX’s new restaurant dramedy The Bear. And her dela Sydney, a sous-chef at one of the most hectic, anxiety-inducing restaurants in Chicago, would know. But let’s take that a step further: It would be weird to … Read more