Immaculate Infatuation: Bar?

How is there no bar open on premises right now?  We can't write like this.

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Megan & MHT: Tom Douglas

Nominee Tom Douglas and his wife prepared for the evening with a strenuous day of sandwich eating around town. The morning started with an egg sandwich near their hotel followed by what they're sure was the entire menu at Prune. Just a hop across Houston provided a bagel with lox at Russ & Daughters (a favorite amongst the chefs walking the carpet). Next came a pastrami sandwich down the way at Katz's. Enough? Not quite. Last stop, a porchetta sandwich at Sara Jenkins's Porchetta with crispy potatoes, the memory of which brought a big ol' grin to Douglas's face. Fortifying.

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Immaculate Infatuation: Fashionably Late

Ken and April rolling in music biz style. Fashionably late, because they can.

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Imaculate Infatuation: Chang sighting

D. Chang, not one for doing much press, gets corralled for an interview momentarily before making a b-line off the green carpet.

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Megan & MHT

Pigs Not a joke. Mortimer in a tux and Mauve in a fancy navy ball gown were just ushered down the green carpet by Raj of Whistlepig Rye Whiskey in Vermont. Tough luck for the hogs: while the chefs were inside preparing appetizers for the nominees, the pigs were dining on brown apple slices in front of Avery Fisher Hall.

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Immaculate Infatuation: Michael White on the red carpet

              Michael White dropping pasta knowledge. Big man looks good in a suit.

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Immaculate Infatuation: Red Carpet

The crew from Canlis in Seattle looking smart on the carpet.

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Immaculate Infatuation: A Chef and his Mentor

Grant Achatz and Thomas Keller Thomas Keller is looking quite badass this evening.  

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Foodspotting: Celebspotting Edition

Marcus Samuelsson , Andy Cohen, and Maya Haile

Just spotted our friend Marcus Samuelsson looking dapper with his wife Maya Haile and Bravo's Andy Cohen. Also making their way to the stage was Chef Bobby Flay and JBF Awards host Ming Tsai. Culinary celebs abound and the bells just begin to ring. It's show time. --Amy Cao  

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Immaculate Infatuation: On the Green Carpet

Green carpet Not sure who this guy in the hat is (anyone?), but so far he wins Best Dressed on this green carpet. Gail, lookin good, as always. Editors' note: We've identified that gentleman as JBF Award winner Thierry Rautureau, chef of Rover's and Luc in Seattle.

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