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  1. Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist facing pucks on low shotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | New York Daily News

    It's been a month since Henrik Lundqvist has played in a game after suffering a sprained blood vessel in his neck, but the Rangers goalie is feeling "pretty good" and has started facing pucks on low shots. He doesn't know yet when he'll be cleared for contact.


  2. Surprise Guests, Kale Rib Stew, and Brodo Bombs at Dan Barber's Food Waste Pop-UpRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Eater

    Barber is suspending dinner service at his Greenwich Village farm-to-table mecca Blue Hill to host the pop-up, where a slew of all-star chefs like Grant Achatz, Danny Bowien, Mario Batali, Dominique Crenn, and Alain Ducasse, will be cooking dinner with ingredients that are usually dumped in the trash. Think carrot tops, pickle butts, and kale ribs.


  3. Shiitake! That asparagus is fructoseRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago |

    London Only Gordon Ramsay could take asparagus, fructose and shiitake mushrooms and come up with a recipe for teaching his children how to swear without causing offence. The chef, known for his use of expletives, has revealed he is teaching them 'some really nice alternatives to curse words'.


  4. Saveur's Adam Sachs Begins the Day With Ice Cream and Tarte TatinRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Grub Street

    ... festive, and happy. Marcus Samuelsson, Tom Colicchio, Marco Canora, Andrew Carmellini, and a bunch of other impressive chefs and friends came in from the cold and partied down. Granted, I was the belle of the ball and buoyed forth upon a steady ...


  5. Are cooking shows making you fat? Shows make calorie-laiden dishes...Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    ... index (BMI) of cooking from scratch, it seems that this benefit is lost for those who watch cooking shows. 'Watching chefs prepare indulgent dishes on TV or watching a famous host enjoy over-the-top foods with other people all over the country might ...


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    13 hrs ago |

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  7. Countdown to Staffordshire IronmanRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Staffordshire Newsletter

    Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay and TV presenter Jonathan Ross have joined thousands who have already signed up to take part. This inaugural event also sees 310 Staffordshire residents committed to tackle the challenge, all of whom will be under starters orders at 7am on Sunday, June 14. The event will see competitors put to the test through the four districts and boroughs of Cannock Chase, Lichfield, East Staffordshire and Stafford and will consist of a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile cycle and a 13.1 mile run.


  8. Dean McDermott explains blonde dining companion seen on 'Hell's Kitchen' cameoRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 12, 2015 |

    Dean McDermott is clearly tired of having to defend every move that he makes without his wife, Tori Spelling, by his side. The former "Chopped Canada" host caused a bit of an uproar when he was spotted earlier this week on the "Hell's Kitchen" premiere with a pretty blonde dining companion, and he's squashing the rumors before the tabloids start squawking.


  9. Good Gord! Wedding planner Zoe up for chef's triathlon challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago |

    Zoe Strong, of Golding Thoroughfare, Chelmsford, will be joining Ramsay's GR100 team to swim 1.2 miles in open water, run a half marathon and cycle 56 miles as part of the Stafford Ironman 70.3 challenge, on June 14, Mrs Strong's 30th birthday. Mrs Strong, is hoping to raise A 2,500 for the Gordon Ramsay Foundation, which supports Cancer Research UK, Scottish Spina Bifida Association, Meningitis Now, Lois Centre for Palliative Care in Great Ormond Street and Action Against Hunger.


  10. USC dining hall chef competing on Hell's KitchenRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Daily Trojan

    It is widely acknowledged that USC is home to many celebrities. From film stars to best-selling novelists to Olympic athletes, USC faculty and students are no strangers to fame.


  11. The Paleo Diet, Japanese StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Weekly Standard

    ... its commitment by staging the Washoku World Challenge, an international competition that brought 10 foreign chefs to Kyoto to see who best could master the subtleties of savory umami cuisine. Seattle sushi chef Aaron Pate, whose soya milk ...


  12. Gout de France: A French gastronomyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | The Gleaner

    ... chef behind this phenomenal event, Chef Alain Ducasse, a world-class French chef. Gout de France brings together 1,300 chefs around the world to design a specially approved French menu that is prepared on that day. Although French cuisine around the ...


  13. GHAC Celebrates Big Red For The ArtsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    If you didn't get to the Greater Hartford Arts Council's annual "Big Red for the Arts" bash Thursday, you are out of luck. It was the last one.


  14. "Top Chef" scouting San Diego locationsRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | The San Diego Union-Tribune

    ... production manager in advance of a trip next week to check out San Diego's culinary scene. "Top Chef," which pits chefs from across the country against one another in weekly competitions, typically focuses on a single city for the duration of the ...


  15. Worldwide celebration of French gastronomy kicks off in NZRead the original story

    22 hrs ago | Scoop

    On Thursday 19 March, 2015, in 150 countries, restaurants and French embassies will present 1500 menus to celebrate France's gastronomy by inviting the public and special guests to enjoy a "French dinner". The event will pay tribute to a vibrant, open and innovative cuisine, while remaining true to its values of sharing, conviviality and environmental responsibility.


  16. Middle East's top chef brings his Gordon Ramsay training to Fort McMurrayRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Edmonton Journal

    ... a bronze medal in the Emirates International Salon Culinaire in 2009, Nanayakkara won the competition among elite chefs the following year, and used it to further his career. After working in increasingly senior positions at two five-star resorts in ...


  17. Changing the Way We EatRead the original story

    Thursday | Holtville Tribune

    TEDxManhattan 'Changing the Way We Eat,' organized by Change Food, brings together thought leaders to discuss how we can create a healthy, sustainable food system that is just for all. On March 7, TEDxManhattan celebrates its fifth anniversary, and Food Tank is thrilled to be a part of it.


  18. Holy shiitake! Gordon Ramsay teaches kids to curse using tasty alternativesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Daily Record

    THE sweary chef told the host of Saturday Night Live how he's trying to stop his kids from adopting his cursing habits. The chef , known for his foul language, has devised alternatives to swear words for the four teenagers based on food including the Japanese mushroom shiitake.


  19. Charming 'Deli Man' takes a hearty look at the kosher deliRead the original story

    Thursday | Los Angeles Times

    David "Ziggy" Gruber, right, co-owner of Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen Restaurant in Houston, laughs with a customer in "Deli Man." David "Ziggy" Gruber, right, co-owner of Kenny & Ziggy's New York Delicatessen Restaurant in Houston, laughs with a customer in "Deli Man."


  20. Gordon Ramsay's alternative swear words for kids: What do Shitake, fructose and asparagus mean?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday |

    Swearing chef Gordon Ramsay has become so concerned his children have inherited his foul mouth he has devised a tasteful way to teach them how to swear. However despite his best efforts the fiery millionaire, known to fans for his ferocious use of cursing, has had the tables turned on him as he received a rare dressing down from his kid's teacher.