Yesterday we spoke to Master Chef contestant Suzy Singh about what it's like being a minority in the food world and how she incorporates Indian and French cooking technique in her recipes. We're continuing the conversation with Singh, chatting about her upcoming projects and her favorite spots to v ... More >>
Suzy Singh has an unlikely culinary background. The Punjabi-Sikh chef was a neural engineer before she traded her lab coat for a chef's apron and enrolled in Le Cordon Bleu, Chicago. Before she completed her studies, Fox TV's Master Chef picked her up for its second season. Shortly after the nation ... More >>
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If you think the Julia Child wave has crested, think again. Now, you can take your Julia show on the road with a Julia Child-themed tour of Paris and Provence. New York-based culinary travel company Tour de Forks is touting a seven-night trip, complete with excursions to Le Cordon Bleu, led b ... More >>