Celebrated Chefs

Our favorite celebrated chefs from New York and Los Angeles to Paris and Sydney! Whether we’re talking restaurants with Anthony Bourdain or dinner service with Tom Colicchio, kitchen masters who make their way to television and beyond – the celebrity chefs – are better known as celebrated chefs here on Daily Blender.

Cooking with Chef Albert Adrià in Portland

In the season finale of “Chef’s Table,” chef Albert Adrià considers the restaurant that made him famous. How his culinary adventures began in the El Bulli kitchen with an invitation from his brother, Ferran.

Quick Spin: Chef Michael Symon

Chef Michael Symon seems like the kind of friend you’re excited to see when you run into when you see each other on the street. A smile on his face, a spring in his step, he is a regular on television and at food and wine festivals across the country, always jovial, always within reach.

Rene Redzepi, Noma, Copenhagen

Rock and Roll and Rene Redzepi: A Work in Progress

Books that cook have really evolved over the last few years. A few – like David Chang’s tale in the Momofuku cookbook of fighting anger and shingles – plunge even deeper into the cooking/storytelling vein, revealing the heart of the kitchen where memoir and measuring cup collide.

Maneuvering Through Maui – Restaurant Picks on the Hawaiian Island

When Maui calls, you have to answer. Since my last magical visit to the island, I’ve dreamed of nothing but palm trees and the warm breeze that greets when you when arrive. The solitude of cruising down a sunny two-lane, oceanside highway. The welcoming ‘aloha’, the thoughtful ‘mahalo’.