'Top Chef' Star Brother Luck Isn't Here to Define His Food By Race
"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.’”
This Fried Chicken Sandwich Looks Simple, But Is Packed with Magic
Ranch dressing brine and honey butter are your secret weapons here.
Teamsters Found Not Guilty in Bizarre 'Top Chef' Extortion Case
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.
The Strange Extortion Trial Pitting Teamsters Against 'Top Chef'
Allegations of slashed tires, misogynistic and ethnic threats, and terrified reality TV producers—this federal case has it all.
Desus & Mero
'Top Chef' Judge Tom Colicchio Celebrates the 100th Episode of 'Desus & Mero'
The celebrity chef popped champagne and taste-tested some chopped cheese with the VICELAND hosts.
Watch Marcel Vigneron Make the Most Decadent Weed-Infused Meal Ever on 'Bong Appetit'
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.'
Dirty Work: Gail Simmons Goes 'Top Chef' on the MUNCHIES Test Kitchen
In this installment of Dirty Work, <i>Top Chef</i> judge and all-around food queen Gail Simmons stops by to make a simple lunch that quickly turns elaborate.
MUNCHIES Presents: Parachute
Eat your way through Seoul with Parachute, one of the best restaurants in Chicago.
Molecular Gastronomy Still Needs to Taste Good
If you’re using some kind of chemical that is derived from a manufactured process and it is some kind of a GMO that tastes really bad on its own, then it may be time for you to think about things.
We Spoke to the Chef Who Tricked 40 Food Writers Into Eating McDonald’s
Last week, chef Neal Fraser invited 40 of Los Angeles’ most influential food writers to a dinner, secretly prepared from McDonald’s food. We called him to find out what went down.
Why Line Cooks Should Work as Servers
There is no such thing as a back-of-the-house and a front-of-the-house at my restaurant. Everybody that works with me does everything from wash dishes, to bake bread, to make charcuterie, to clear out tables, to close out checks, to serve, to bartend...
Phillip Frankland Lee
Listen to ‘MUNCHIES: The Podcast’ with ‘Top Chef’ Judge Gail Simmons
On the latest episode of the MUNCHIES Podcast, we talk to <i>Top Chef</i> judge Gail Simmons about her thoughts on the contemporary food world that the reality TV show helped to create.