With Saturday's Chefs & Champagne
now mere days away, we're celebrating by giving away an Emeril™ by T-fal® slow cooker
! In case you missed yesterday's full rundown of the contest
, here's the deal: we'll be asking a different question about the event's honoree, Emeril Lagasse, each day of this week. If you correctly answer any of the five questions in our comments section, you'll be eligible to win!
Here's today's question: where does Emeril like to travel abroad?
Certified master chef Brian Sode helps set the tone at the Bear’s Club
in Jupiter, Florida—an ultra-exclusive golf club with only 250 members—with his exquisitely plated, French-inspired cuisine. Known for putting together impeccable winemaker dinners, Sode has created an elegant menu featuring wines from Terlato Wines International. Take a look at the enticing menu below, then click here to make your reservation
Foie Gras Terrine with Cherry Gastrique
Green Apple and Honey–Brined Trout
Peekytoe Crab with Mâche and Corncakes
Savory Goat Cheese, Cured Olive, and Tomato Tarts
Pairing: Terlato Vineyards Pinot Grigio 2008
Smoked Sea Bass and Lobster Bra
We're happy to announce that N. Reinheimer of Raleigh, North Carolina, is the lucky winner of the Lenox salad set
! Thanks to everyone who played. You can see all of our readers' ideas for summer salads here
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
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,
See what's cooking at the Beard House next week!
Monday, July 11, 7:00 P.M.
Summer Rosé Celebration
The landmark Peacock Inn has long been considered one of Princeton’s top dining destinations, especially since Le Bernardin alum Manuel Perez took over the kitchen. Perez, who was formerly chef de cuisine at the acclaimed Restaurant Nicholas in Middletown, New Jersey, will be serving a New American summer menu paired with Rosé wines from select producers.
Tuesday, July 19, 7:00 P.M.
Wine Lovers' Dinner
Certified master chef Brian Sode helps set the tone at the Bear’s Club in Jupiter, Florida—an ultra-exclusive golf club with only 250 members—with his exquisitely plated, French
The markets are bursting with bright, beautiful salad ingredients—and after going through the responses from this week’s salad contest
, we’re feeling more inspired than ever. Check out our commenters’ favorite summer salads for some great tips on how to create your own. From effortless versions plucked straight from the garden to elaborate creations that make use of the grill, you’ll find ideas for every palate.
Baby spinach with seared sirloin steak, and crumbled Gorgonzola, tossed with balsamic vinaigrette.
Shaved fennel with crispy prosciutto, raspberries, Greek extra-virgin olive oil, sherry vinegar, and fresh mint.
Octopus, shrimp, squid, and smoked salmon with avocado, fennel fronds, white wine, olive oil, crème fraîche, and st
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 >