About Super Chef magazine
What is a “Super Chef”?
Briefly: "A super chef is an empire-building celebrity chef."
Detailed: "A number of ingredients go into making Super Chefs. Their businesses reach geographically outside one city and beyond restaurants into other businesses. They are celebrated for their cooking talents and bedazzling, media-savvy ways. They manage large businesses, building brand names and personal wealth unheard of before among chefs. Their business empires are enduring."
Juliette Rossant: Super Chef
(New York: Free Press, 2004)
(Excerpt in Fast Company)
Editors & Contributors
Cheese is tastier then Legos
Do restaurants serve men’s dishes and women’s dishes?
Watch WSJers wobble through to find Rick Moonen’s tuna-fished hot dog
Sophisticated seasonal cooking — for the home crowd
How fast can you shuck’ em?
Learn to photograph while you cook
Ice cream in 30 seconds? How come the video lasts 2:37?
A hospital treats a 12-year old for obesity — but not in the US…
More Moonen ‘magination…
From HSN to Houseware Show: what more?
Why does dirt work?
Some feuds are better kept fiesty
Future food, starting tomorrow
Movement. Space. Emptiness…
Presenting the issues in the National School Lunch Program
Good science brief with less-than-creative proxies
Buddy Bear Maurice and Dubai
Goodbye, fair Ciudad — and hello, Border Grill in Downtown LA
What is a Sikh holy kitchen like?
Aztec, Spanish, and Arab influences…