As the restaurant industry evolves, the longtime ‘Top Chef’ judge sits between an old system and a new guard.
"We look at this country as black and white, and as a biracial person you get to be on the sidelines like, ‘Y’all are crazy.’”
Ranch dressing brine and honey butter are your secret weapons here.
The trial pitted producers of a popular TV show against old-school union guys in Boston, and the verdict looks like a boon for organized labor in America.
Allegations of slashed tires, misogynistic and ethnic threats, and terrified reality TV producers—this federal case has it all.
The celebrity chef popped champagne and taste-tested some chopped cheese with the VICELAND hosts.
Abdullah learns how to make weed wine and invites chef Marcel Vigneron—Top Chef alum and owner of Los Angeles restaurants Wolf and Beefsteak—to prepare cannabutter-basted beef cheek, weed-smoked tuna, and potleaf juice 'Dippin' Dots.'
In this installment of Dirty Work, Top Chef judge and all-around food queen Gail Simmons stops by to make a simple lunch that quickly turns elaborate.
An amendment added to the annual intelligence-spending bill calls for more accountability when the Intelligence Community works with the entertainment industry.