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Chefcetera: Steven Ferdinand

Chef Steven began his culinary career with internships at such storied Manhattan restaurants as Lutece and Le Cirque. After years of rigorous, hands-on French culinary experience, he was off to L’Ecole at the French Culinary Institute for his formal education.

Chef Arik Bensimon

Nestled in the heart of downtown Stamford, Connecticut, you will find Napa & Co., a restaurant that embodies the energy of Napa Valley. In the kitchen you’ll find a talented individual, Chef Arik Bensimon and his team of 31. Chef Arik is a culinary graduate from the prestigious Culinary Institute of America.

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C-CAP Alumni Chef Awarded Culinary Exchange Scholarships to Japan and China

Careers through Culinary Arts Program (C-CAP) Announces The Gohan Society and The Joyce Chen and Helen Chen Foundation Fund Awards to Chef Brother Luck...

Steve Schwartzinger, Executive Chef, Hamilton Farm Golf Club, Gladstone, NJ

Steve Schwartzinger entered the club industry in 2005 as Sous Chef for the original Chef at Hamilton Farm Golf Club. Eleven years later he...

All Star Lineup Of Chefs Set To Vie For Top BBQ Honors At Annual...

North America’s most talked about culinary competition returns to New York City on January 24 with a one-of-a-kind stand-up tasting reception featuring five chefs...

BCA Chefs of Excellence

From humble beginnings growing up in Mare Rouge, Haiti, a young Ron Duprat watched in delightful anticipation as his grandmother cooked. He always knew he wanted to be a chef.  Years later, he would arrive in the United States and begin work as a dishwasher.

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Anthony Bourdain Death Renews Concerns Over Foodservice Industry and Kitchen Stress

Many questions arose after the untimely death of Anthony Bourdain spanning from how could somebody who had it all have such a dark side, to the challenges of the restaurant and foodservice industry and the kitchen stress it can create, that Bourdain left behind.

Giusti Led Brigaid Is All Set To Bring CT Recipe For Success To NYC...

Followed by its phenomenal success in the State of Connecticut, Brigaid and its' seasoned chefs are now coming to New York City's Public Schools in September.

NYC Chefs Showcase Australian Lamb in Restaurants in Winter Wonderlamb Competition

This holiday season, eight of New York’s top chefs will be showcasing their culinary “chops,” featuring their best Australian Lamb dishes on their winter menus in the first annual Winter Wonderlamb competition.  One of the eight finalists will win a ten-day trip to Australia, to visit the continent’s beef and lamb production regions, plus a visit to Sydney to experience Australia’s multi-cultural dining scene.

NYC Chefs Plan Protest Picnic, iHeartRadio Music Awards to Return

On the eve of an annual Central Park picnic to celebrate Mississippi culture, a group of chefs will host a dinner called the “Big Gay Mississippi Welcome Table” to protest a Mississippi religious freedom law that critics say allows for discrimination against gay people.