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Eric Greenspan, Chef

Eric Greenspan ... Alain Ducasse to name a few- before landing his first high profile chef’s job at Patina in Los Angeles four years ago. Later, a stint at the highly-regarded but short lived Meson G ... read more

Vineet Bhatia brings taste of Indya to Dubai

We also usually have lamb chops of some variation and chocolate samosas. A. The Michelin star is not the be-all [and] end-all, however it is a pinnacle. It makes it easy for another person to ... read more

8 Restaurants to Add to Your 2016 Foodie Bucket List

Make it a resolution: eight great new restaurants to ... his wife Michelle, this Upper East Side beauty is reimagining classic French fare with an inventive seasonal menu. What to order: Hugo, who tra... read more

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PH seeks rightful place on culinary world map

This coming 2015 may be the year when the Philippines will make it to the culinary world map. Tourism Secretary Mon Jimenez is bringing Madrid Fusion to Manila, with no less than Mugaritz Chef Andoni ... read more


14 best things to see and do in Qatar

For an impressive business lunch or a memorable date night, try Idam, French-born chef Alain Ducasse's first ... watching antelope gather here during his childhood. Now Qataris, expats and tourists fl... read more

Pineapple brochettes with saffron caramel

And when, in 1987, star chef Michel Rostang opened a bistro right next door to his haute cuisine flagship, the gulf between formal and casual cooking got a whole lot smaller. It was a successful move ... read more

April in Paris: How to Spend Spring in the City of Lights

After Chef Ducasse took over this national treasure eight years ago, he and designer Patrick Jouin transformed the restaurant’s decor with a chic chocolate color ... s happy to be here and eager to sh... read more

50 must-eat Las Vegas meals

At Tiffany’s, being up close means getting to watch the cook as he works the grill (yeah, we said cook, not chef), scope ... But it makes great leftovers, too. Rapoport would start his dinner with a s... read more

A hunger for travel: top 20 foodie experiences

It's wonderful in its own right but you're here for the roast ... Le Jules Verne is the renowned Alain Ducasse's extremely elegant Michelin-starred fine diner perched on the second floor of the world' ... read more

The County’s Culinary Champs

His or her work—a “chef d’oeuvre”—is called a masterpiece, according to my high school French dictionary. Heavy work, this chefdom, and the chefs presented here all have the ... Monsieur Ducasse?) to ... read more

Paris? It's love at first bite: Digging into France's haute cuisine, from black radish cocktails to millefeuille of lamb (and £13.50 coffee)

That’s why I devoted my last long-weekend ... unless the catering is by Alain Ducasse, the first chef to own three Michelin-starred restaurants in three cities. Last year he launched his own boat call... read more

Glazed short ribs with mustard-Cognac sauce

(First he flicks a few drops of water at his mother, who makes a face ... Bleu in Paris. "Why not work it?" Greenspan says. "Why not be as technically sound as you can be?" He then spent four years co... read more



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