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
Aztec, Spanish, and Arab influences…
200 years of independence…
See Jane cook
How do you convince chefs to cook Gulf Coast Seafood?
Clear Text + Stunning Photos = Inspiration
Southern cuisine, made by masters, all month long
Second season, here we come!…
John Cleese explains the environment–John Cleese style
Chef Cris joins Rick Bayless as awardee by March of Dimes
Share the passion for wild game
The French have figured out how to deal with their parents
Branding Asian Cuisine with off-shelf space
Cook with recipes from The Hundred-Foot Journey
A bit of Normandy comes to the Mid-Atlantic
Hang out with your favorite chef at the American Wine & Food Festival
Product endorsement and recipe development on the cheap
Though tough on illegal immigration, French PresidentNicolas Sarkozy turns blind eye to tax-paying chef immgrants
Cook Spanish-inspired recipes with your kids and Dora
Are you a Celebrity Chef is you don’t have a magazine?
Do TV shows save restaurants?
What movie star reads magazines about himself and dances up and down hotels?
What’s the word on this new food show? How about “slow road food”?