Louis Stratta hired him, and when the legendary chef died, Ferraro took over as
executive chef, serving until his retirement in 1981. Henry "Hank" Trujillo started
working at The Broadmoor at the age of 18. After a stint in the navy, where he ...
Author: Claire Walter
Publisher: Fulcrum Pub
A compendium of great venues for food-loving Coloradans from best-selling author Claire Walter.
On his journey to become a chef, he always stopped to see the Peters when in
the area. They kept up a nice friendship through the years, during which Burke
was becoming a legend himself in New York. Chef Burke graduated from the ...
Author: Roberta H. Van Anda
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
In Rumson’s formative years, people journeyed to the Jersey Shore to escape the heat and pestilence in the cities. In what is now Rumson, river-to-river land parcels were developed into farms and country estates for the elite of New York City. Along with “the Baking Powder King” and “the Calico King,” another of Rumson’s notable residents was a US Secretary of the Interior who was asked to run for vice president, refused the honor, and left the position open for the second choice, Teddy Roosevelt. Today, one of the world’s most famous and enduring singing stars and one of America’s most famous chefs have ties to the town. Rumson has been the home of entertainers, sports stars, financiers, entrepreneurs, scientists, brewers, legislators, philanthropists, and jurists. It is a community that brings together people of varied interests, ages, and walks of life yet still remains a warm and comfortable small town.
But our most famous—we consider him legendary—chef was Mohammed
Hussein, who was with us for forty-one years. ... He retired in 1995. One of
Berghoff's greatest treasures is pastry chef Enrique Sta Maria, affectionately
known as “Bong.
Author: Carlyn Berghoff
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Where schnitzel meets ahi tuna for a beer." --New York Times In The Berghoff Family Cookbook, the fourth generation of Chicago's Berghoff clan presents traditional favorites from the city's famed Berghoff Restaurant alongside contemporary culinary creations. The history of Chicago's Berghoff Restaurant spanned three generations and 107 years. It was one of America's oldest family-owned restaurants. To commemorate such a rich culinary history, Carlyn Berghoff and her mother, Jan Berghoff, collected 150 of the restaurant's most popular recipes, including classics such as Creamed Spinach, Berghoff Rye Bread, and Wiener Schnitzel. They paired them up with more contemporary offerings such as the Shrimp Martini, Grilled Vegetables with Red Pepper Aoli, and Brie and Raspberry Grilled Cheese Sandwiches to create The Berghoff Family Cookbook: From Our Table to Yours, Celebrating a Century of Entertaining. * Recipes are presented alongside tempting four-color photographs and informative sidebars that offer tips on dressing salads, serving soups, pairing culinary flavors, and more. * The book's introductory narrative tells the Berghoff family's story and introduces the next generation of the Berghoff legacy. Fourth-generation entrepreneur Carlyn Berghoff operates her own catering company, Artistic Events, out of the famous Chicago building at 17 West Adams. She has also opened 17/West at the Berghoff, more casual fare is still offered at the downstairs Cafe, and the Berghoff Cafe still operates out of locations at O'Hare International and Midway airports.
Legendary chef Joel Robuchon had retired from the restaurant business for
several years before opening this red-and-black lacquered space with a bento-
box- meets-tapas aesthetic. Seats line up around U-shape bars; this novel plan
Publisher: Fodors Travel Publications
Provides information on French history and culture, and shares advice on sightseeing, shopping, and entertainment
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE EVFRYWHFRF IN U.S. AND CANADA go modern gracefully
. . .with a price surprise on every ... The Motorcycle Policeman, by the commission
of one remarkable act a couple of years ago, has become a legendary figure ...
They may never see him again ; perhaps The Motorcycle Policeman, broken to
foot patrolman and assigned to the nethermost beat on Staten Island, has retired.
LIFE Magazine is the treasured photographic magazine that chronicled the 20th Century. It now lives on at LIFE.com, the largest, most amazing collection of professional photography on the internet. Users can browse, search and view photos of today’s people and events. They have free access to share, print and post images for personal use.
Michiba , dressed in his luminous blue robe , was the Japanese Iron Chef when
the show first began airing in Japan . Although he retired midway through the
program , he is a legendary and beloved figure in Japan . The New York Battle ...
Author: Fuji Terebijon, Kabushiki Kaisha
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
A behind-the-scenes look at the popular Food Network program offers an episode guide, interviews with the Iron Chefs, and menus and recipes created for the show.
Batter Will Be Retired at the Plate WHAT A MAN MAKES FOR HIMSELF AND HIS
FAMILY ON ... I didn't expect it to turn out this way, but after almost two months of
criss-crossing Texas, and eating chicken-frieds at every opportunity, I have no
one to blame but myself. ... If you are a frequent traveler through Texas, it is best
to adhere in spirit to the last words of a legendary French cook, uttered two
Since 1973, TEXAS MONTHLY has chronicled life in contemporary Texas, reporting on vital issues such as politics, the environment, industry, and education. As a leisure guide, TEXAS MONTHLY continues to be the indispensable authority on the Texas scene, covering music, the arts, travel, restaurants, museums, and cultural events with its insightful recommendations.