Feverishly French Vincent Pouessel – Palmer’s Aureole
Behind every great chef there always seems to be a great woman who inspired them and Pouessel no different. On that northern peninsula of Brittany, his grandmother pulled on her sweater each morning and made home-made crepes, which he bundled on his moped and took to school, sharing with all his friends, who went nuts.
A Deliciously Fishy Ending
Let’s just say it was an adventure. Getting to the marina. The chef, however, couldn’t make it. According to the captain of the fishing boat. At least he said he was the captain, and appeared to know how to fish, so off we went. Me and a crew of Costa Rican fishermen and a film
Tropically Perfect Michael Brough – Four Season’s
What happens when a famed chef from Vancouver, Canada suddenly ends up on a lush peninsula in the unspoiled wilds of Costa Rica? He befriends even the monkeys and starts mining the region for the freshest and most unique ingredients possible to make certain that every sensational dish at the stellar Four Season’s Resort is
You Get What You Give
When it comes to food, I don’t just stalk, but try to give back as much as I can too. I’ve been really lucky to have met some amazing people along the way, one of whom is chef Bruno Serato, recently named one of CNN’s “heroes” for dishing out over 100 meals a night, 7