Delicious Anticipation: EMP + Alinea = 21st Century Limited [Cool Videos]

Posted by Foodie Buddha on August 24, 2012

This is what happens when two of the best restaurants in the country (Eleven Madison Park and Alinea) team up together:

Granted this is more interesting for those of us general food fanatics than it is for anyone belted down here in Atlanta.  However, that’s a pretty awesome teaser video, and one can only imagine what Grant Achatz and Daniel Humm have up their sleeves.  They have a facebook page, so monitor that if you want to keep up with the news drip.

Tokyo Taste 2009 – Another Exciting Out Of Town Event

Posted by Foodie Buddha on February 03, 2009

I love to hear about all the international conventions going on!  I am never able to attend, so I basically get the neener-neener feeling by simply visiting the website of the offending event!  That said, Tokyo Taste looks like it will be quite an event.  Though Terminites (correct conjugation???) do not have the personal connection to this event like we did with Madrid Fusion (internal), I thought I’d share a little bit about the event.

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Sotohiro Kosugi Rocks Madrid Fusion 2009 And My High School Spanish Teacher Rejoices 5

Posted by Foodie Buddha on January 29, 2009

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The past few months, I’ve spent an inordinate amount of time looking at the Madrid Fusion website.   Well, the event has wrapped and the food scene is abuzz.  Many great American chefs took part in the conference: Grant Achatz, David Chang, Harold McGee, and Jose Andres all made appearances.  Of particular interest to those in Atlanta, Sotohiro Kosugi, to whom I swear an unabashed allegiance, was invited!  Kosugi, now entrenched in New York, was asked to perform along David Chang of Momofuku.  The dynamic duo was asked show off for a crowd of some of the most well respected foodies in the world.  From what I have read, they knocked this one out of the park!!!! More after the jump …

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