Solo dining has shed its stigma, but that doesn't mean things can't get awkward. A retired chef shares the pros and cons of eating at the bar or a table, what the heck to do with your hands, and how to zone out politely.
Your orders have consequences, even if you don't see them. Here's what happens behind the scenes when you make a special request.
Grill anywhere with the help of the Weber Q1200 Gas Grill and other top picks.
These smokers take the sweat out of home BBQ.
You don't need to be a pitmaster to smoke your own brisket.
Chefs entertain some possible scenarios for post-COVID restaurants, but the data might tell a different story.
Conscious or not, being a toxic boss is a choice, and these chefs are doing their best to break the cycle.
Chefs Get Impostor Syndrome, Too
I've been at this for decades, owned restaurants, won accolades—so when will I stop feeling like a classless kitchen rat?