Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten was the food celebrity in his family until his wife, Marja, became a cookbook author and TV star with The Kimchi Chronicles. Together, they host a holiday dinner with his-and-hers courses and one magnificent pork shoulder.
Chef Zakary Pelaccio of New York City’s Fatty Crab tells how he exported his bold Malaysian flavors to an unlikely new Caribbean outpost.
F&W editors are united in our love for eating out, but when it comes to our favorite restaurant dishes of the year, our choices are extremely diverse. One of us adored a sea urchin-coconut risotto from a $185 tasting menu; another, $7 pig-ear wraps. And two editors swooned over two very different duck recipes.
Rich Torrisi and Mario Carbone love everything about New York City, from Tiffany silver to bagels. In this 2011 profile of the chefs as they worked to debut their reinvented Torrisi Italian Specialties and launch their spectacularly popular offshoot, Parm, they reveal the brilliant recipes that express their culinary view of the city.