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Jean Georges Vongerichten

Cooking Off the Cuff: For the Corniest Corn Ravioli, Fire Up the Grill (Pan)

Edward Schneider | Posted 08.13.2014 | Taste
Edward Schneider

While not unheard-of, corn ravioli are uncommon enough that they're always a happy, delicious surprise, especially at this time of year, when they can be made from fresh locally grown corn.

Martha Stewart: I Asked Her Nothing; She Tells Me Everything

Lauren Cahn | Posted 05.31.2014 | Comedy
Lauren Cahn

She's the Ultimate Homeownah from the Hamlet of Katonah. She puts the CAN in Cantitoe. She's got a greenhouse that's bigger than your entire house, wi...

Passover Fashion: Custom Seder Plates

Vogue | Posted 03.27.2013 | Style
Vogue

As any Hebrew school student worth her (kosher) salt will tell you, the Passover holiday is all about celebrating freedom. Freedom of expression was the catchphrase when asking nine creatives in the realms of fashion, food and fine art to conjure up their own unique seder plate.

Your Start-Up Life: Jean-Georges' Ingredients for Success

Rana Florida | Posted 10.24.2012 | Business
Rana Florida

If all he did was cook, Jean-Georges Vongerichten's status as one of France's -- and the world's -- most innovative chefs would be assured. But Vongerichten's amazing talents in the kitchen are aligned with a genius for business.

Seeing Stars and What They Mean: Michelin Magic

Rozanne Gold | Posted 10.04.2012 | Food
Rozanne Gold

The Michelin Guide to restaurants has been around for more than 100 years and claims more gravitas, by sheer longevity, than most other dining guides. Recognition bestowed by this particular institution can make or break a restaurant.

Chefs Love Democrats: The Top 15 Chef Political Donations

The Braiser | Posted 07.21.2012 | Food
The Braiser

How do celebrity chefs support political candidates? With fancy dinners? With non-connected joint expenditure committees? With hundred dollar bills baked into pies?

LOOK: World Famous Chefs Cook Epic Dinner For Celebs

Posted 04.17.2012 | New York

Some of the world's most celebrated chefs convened for the 2012 Grand Chefs Dinner hosted by Relais & Chateaux on Monday, where guests including Eliza...

Alan Richman's Pricey 10 Best NYC Restaurants List

Posted 04.09.2012 | New York

GQ's resident food writer, Alan Richman, has selected his favorite restaurants in the city, and if you're contemplating a tour of all ten, we suggest ...

Jean-George's Lobster Shack Dreams Sinking With Old Staten Island Ferry

Posted 03.08.2012 | New York

For anyone who was excited by the prospect of a Jean-Georges Vongerichten lobster shack aboard the old Staten Island ferry, it looks like that ship ha...

PHOTOS: Signature Dishes From America's Greatest Chefs

Posted 03.08.2012 | Food

Every year since 1991, the James Beard Foundation picks one chef, out of all the hundreds of thousands in America, to be its Outstanding Chef of the Y...

Jean-Georges vs. Martha Stewart: Who Makes The Best Molten Cake?

Kitchen Daily | Posted 08.31.2012 | Taste

Our new series sets two famous recipes up against one other: a classic vs. an offshoot. This week, we're comparing two versions of molten chocolate ca...

Chopra and Vongerichten Talk Food

Rozanne Gold | Posted 01.04.2012 | Food
Rozanne Gold

The other night, there was an unorthodox kind of culinary happening. Deepak and Jean-Georges, two men famous enough that we're all on a first-name basis with them, created a four-star recipe for the launch of Vongerichten's newest book.

Jean-Georges Wants To Open Lobster Restaurant On Old Staten Island Ferry

Posted 12.12.2011 | New York

For his next culinary project, Jean-Georges Vongerichten has his eyes on the old Staten Island Ferry boat for a "newspaper lined" lobster shack. The c...

Talking With Top Chef Just Desserts' Judge Johnny Iuzzini

Regina Varolli | Posted 12.03.2011 | Food
Regina Varolli

Johnny Iuzzini should have a lot of pride in his work. He's a driven, accomplished pastry chef who from an early age was smitten with sweets.

Joe Satran

The Rise Of The Emperor-Chefs

HuffingtonPost.com | Joe Satran | Posted 11.26.2011 | Food

In September 1991, chefs Jean-Georges Vongerichten and Todd English looked unstoppable. English had just been named the James Beard Rising Chef of the...

The 17 Biggest Celebrity Chef Restaurant Empires

Posted 11.26.2011 | Food

Today's HuffPost Food feature "The Rise Of The Emperor-Chefs" makes it clear that celebrity chefs are at something of a crossroads. Some are getting h...

Kimchi Chronicles Celebrate Seoul Food

Erica Watson | Posted 09.20.2011 | Food
Erica Watson

To some, this rags to riches story reads like a fairy tale, but for Marja Vongerichten is it real life.

Making NYC Street Meat: Chicken and Rice Recipe

Michelle Won | Posted 08.02.2011 | Food
Michelle Won

If you are a New Yorker... or know a New Yorker... or know someone who knows a New Yorker, you know about the best halal chicken and rice cart on 53rd and 6th. Our chicken recipe is better.

Everybody Eats Where? In New York City, Mezzaluna

Mara Gibbs | Posted 07.26.2011 | New York
Mara Gibbs

Mezzaluna is the one place where I know I can always find authentic Italian cooking seven days a week, including holidays, for lunch, dinner and late into the night.

The 2011 James Beard Awards: A First-Timer's Recap

Marie Elena Martinez | Posted 07.10.2011 | Food
Marie Elena Martinez

It was a good night for New York and a good night for women in food. A New York girl attending my first James Beard Awards, I couldn't have been happier about the winners. Here, a quick recap of the night's events.

NYC's LuckyRice Festival Even Luckier for HuffPost Readers

Regina Varolli | Posted 06.07.2011 | Food
Regina Varolli

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Along for the Ride: Upstate New York

Andrea R. Vaucher | Posted 05.25.2011 | Travel
Andrea R. Vaucher

This year, I headed upstate New York to see the Dia:Beacon and Storm King. I hung out with old friends, ate amazing food and saw the big art shows that traditionally open during this season.

The 2011 Michelin Guide Announcements

Josh Ozersky | Posted 05.25.2011 | Food
Josh Ozersky

Although I found the Michelin Guide to be somewhat baffling, the chefs who were granted stars clearly felt otherwise, and they expressed themselves to me emphatically.

Give Us This Day Our Daily Sweetbreads

Karine Bakhoum | Posted 05.25.2011 | Food
Karine Bakhoum

I remember sweetbread dishes I ate years and years ago as if it were yesterday and lament them. There was a time when sweetbreads were certainly more prominent on New York menus than they have been of late.

An Empire Built On A "Lifestyle of Wine"

The Huffington Post/AOL Small Business | Cara Cannella | Posted 07.28.2011 | Small Business

Frederick E. Twomey has been called a "gastro-preneur," but he considers himself to be more of a saloon-keeper. "The bar is the original communal tabl...