Recipe: Emeril Lagasse's Shrimp Rémoulade

Classic Creole Shrimp Rémoulade Like so many dishes that belong to the steamy and soulful cuisine of New Orleans, shrimp rémoulade can vary from kitchen to kitchen, with different cooks staying steadfast in their faith to their own tried-and-true preparations. In this piquant version from Emeril Lagasse, the classic condiment gets kicked up a notch with the additions of paprika, cayenne, and Worcestershire sauce. Get the recipe here, or taste it straight from Emeril himself at this Saturday's Chefs & Champagne® New York.

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Emeril's Favorites Contest: Enter to Win an Emeril™ by T-fal® Slow Cooker!

Emeril Lagasse It’s time to pull the tents out of storage and polish our Champagne flutes—Chefs & Champagne® New York is almost here! Chefs & Champagne New York, the James Beard Foundation’s annual summer tasting party in the Hamptons, features flowing bubbly, the wines of Wölffer Estate Vineyard, and culinary offerings from a select group of more than 30 fine chefs, many from JBF Award–winning restaurants. There will also be a silent auction of fantastic culinary and travel packages to raise money for JBF (we're already accepting bids online!), and the 2011 recipient of the Christian Wölffer Scholarship for wine and food studies will be announced as well. This year’s event will honor the great Emeril Lagasse, a beloved chef who made cooking fun with his popular TV show

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Ask a Chef: JBF Award Winner Emeril Lagasse


Traveling around the country this summer? Let Emeril Lagasse help plan your culinary itinerary. On the Cooking Channel’s new series The Originals, the 2011 Chefs & Champagne® honoree hits the road to pay tribute to the iconic food establishments that have helped shape America’s culinary landscape. Here, he shares a few of his favorites among the places he visited while filming the show.


1.  The Berghoff Restaurant / Chicago
“This German restaurant is home to the best corned beef Reuben and apple strudel in Chicago—and amazing schnitzel, too!”


2.  The Apple Pan / Los Angeles
“This L.A. hamburger joint is known for its tasty hickoryburger and steakburger.”


3.  Busy Bee Cafe / Atlanta
“Oh baby, the Southern and soul food favorites at Busy Bee Cafe will make anyone want more. From meat loaf... Read more >

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Field Trip: An Afternoon at the StarChefs International Chefs Congress

Pork scratchings

Pork rinds made by the Spotted Pig team is currently holding its fourth annual International Chefs Congress in New York City, a three-day culinary symposium that's open only to industry professionals. We stopped by on Sunday—the first day of the program—to take in some demonstrations, listen to panel discussions, and eat. When we arrived around noon, attendees were taking their seats around the main stage to watch a keynote panel called "What is American Cuisine?" (A topic we know a thing or two about—click here for our white paper, "The State of American Cuisine.") Hosted by our friend, Clark Wolf, the panel

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The Big Names Arrive on the Red Carpet

What do the country's best chefs eat for breakfast on the biggest day of the year? Snack blogger Jennifer Leuzzi finds out on the red carpet at Avery Fisher Hall before the 2009 James Beard Foundation Awards.

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