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Chef's Table: Red Onion

In this month’s Chef’s Table, we talk to John Quigley, chef and owner of Red Onion. Known for creating a wide range of vegan, gluten free and vegetarian dishes, the restaurant has also introduced a ‘taster’ menu after the success of the… 298 more words


Making the Cut- Sitting Down With Celebrity Chef and Culinary Powerhouse Wolfgang Puck

Wolfgang Puck is perhaps the original celebrity chef and one of the first to build a global empire. But he remains humble and driven to evolve not just his brand but his food legacy. 1,851 more words


Chef Reetu on food trends and making cuisines interesting…

Chef Reetu Uday Kugaji has a long list of culinary achievements. The many feathers in her cap include being a Mentor and Culinary Expert. She was also a Program Head of Culinary Arts, Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and has whipped up some delectable delicacies for respected personalities such as Pratibha Tai Patil, Sachin Tendulkar and Rahul Dravid. 1,038 more words

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Chef's Table: Brian Maule

It’s time for another edition of Chef’s Table, hooray! This month we’re talking to the incredible Brian Maule at Le Chardon d’Or.

Celebrating its 16th anniversary this past May, Le Chardon d’Or has been bringing fine dining to Glasgow for nearly two decades, and every day, Brian Maule is in the kitchen, producing his delicate and stunning dishes. 412 more words

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Chamberlain's Steak and Chop New Fall Menu Brings Out The Caveman (Or Cavewoman) In You

by Steven Doyle

If you have ever dined at one of chef Richard Chamberlain’s restaurants (Chamberlain’s Steak and Chop, Chamberlain’s Fish Market Grill) you will detect his attention to the finer details and his passion for his craft.   472 more words


Chef's Table: The Sisters

The Chef’s Table is back for June and this month I spoke to the wonderful Jacqueline O’Donnell, Chef/Patron of the acclaimed The Sisters!

After 12 years as a pastry chef, Jak decided to try her hand at private dining and before long The Sisters was born.   368 more words

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