On the Red Carpet: Summer Vacation

Barcelona, Shanghai, Italy, Norway, Denmark, Sardinia, Blue Hill at Stone Barns...where to find all the big chefs this summer.

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Shut Up, Foodies: More Bacon Lovin'

I am not going to Arizona anytime soon, but that bacon soup was amazing. Have to turn Shut Up, Bacon on myself... -Julia Childless

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Shut Up, Foodies: Bring on the Bacon

Bacon soup. Batter up. Eating crow—I mean bacon. -Meatball

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Apron Anxiety: Outstanding Chef

Tom Colicchio won!!! Soooooo happy!!! We had lunch with him this weekend at Good Stuff and he swore he wouldn't win! His money was on Suzanne Goin. Ah! He is a great guy and a devoted husband and I want Spike to be him when he grows up. Yayyayyay.

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Carol Blymire: Shut Up

Big scandal: the folks from Shut Up, Foodies LOVE RAMPS. True story.

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Apron Anxiety: Outstanding Restaurant

Outstanding Restaurant is Daniel!!!! I guess Mr. Boulud will be swimming in licorice and bbq chips tonight! This man is always smiling...and now he's BEAMING. Although, I asked him earlier who the most beautiful woman in the room was and he said, "I haven't noticed any." Um...pardon?!

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Awards Watch: And Last But Not Least...

Best New Restaurant: Marea, NYC, Chef/Partner: Michael White, Partner: Chris Cannon Outstanding Restaurateur: Keith McNally (Balthazar, Lucky Strike, Minetta Tavern, Morandi, Pastis, Pravda, and Schiller’s Liquor Bar, NYC) Outstanding Restaurant Award: Daniel, NYC, Chef/Owner: Daniel Boulud, Owner: Joel Smilow Outstanding Chef: Tom Colicchio, Craft, NYC

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Shut Up, Foodies: Press Room Tension is Rising

WHEN DO WE GET THE FOOD? -Snacktime

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Marcia "The Tablehopper" Gagliardi: Who is More Excited, Me or Nicole?

Huge congrats to Nicole Plue of Redd for winning the Outstanding Pastry Chef award. She turned me on to the wonders of New York eggs-on-a-roll (which is what she plans on having for her hangover breakfast tomorrow morning). When I asked about her culinary rock stars, she noted, “When I moved to New York to open Eleven Madison Park, Claudia Fleming was the badass in town—she was smart, her desserts were really clean and full of great execution and all about integrity of flavor. And Pichet Ong and Sherry Yard have always been good friends and very supportive.” I asked if she was to celebrate with a single dessert tonight, what would it be? “A chocolate chip cookie, right out of the oven.” Cheers, darling.

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Marcia "The Tablehopper" Gagliardi: Jean-Georges, Pure Class

He walks into the room, and just watch the ladies swoon.

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