Featured by Sophie Brickman
The Tenth Degree: Amanda Cohen
She may not be a fan of having dead people at her dinner table (don't ask), but she is a fan of parsley and all-you-can-eat buffets.
Tea with Helene Darroze
With a serious pedigree and two Michelin stars, this French chef still keeps her calm.
The Tenth Degree: Joe Ogrodnek
The chef of some of Brooklyn's favorite neighborhood restaurants is the sort of honest man who enjoys ham sandwiches, cooking for his family, and celery.
Conquering the French potato dish pommes duchesse
Stories on Food, from New York Students
A new book celebrates food stories of all kinds, written by students at East Harlem's P.S. 7 Samuel Stern.
The Tenth Degree: Christina Tosi
JUST BE YOURSELF. Even when you're afraid of the dark.
The Tenth Degree: Jeremiah Stone
Chef Jeremiah Stone praises a classic sandwich, quotes Soltner, and tells us about cooking with his mother.
Remembering Hans Riegel, a gummy-candy legend
The Tenth Degree: Peter Meehan
Lucky Peach's editor considers serving Barolo to vultures and passes along some very good advice.
Frying Tater Tots with David Kinch
He may be the Michelin-starred chef-owner of Manresa, but he's not above the humble fried potato.