Edible News Roundup
Fulton [205 East 75th Street], a new restaurant from Joe Gurrera of Citarella, is slated to open this Wednesday. It's named after the old downtown fish market and will feature a seafood-heavy menu by Chef Jeremy Culver, formerly of Park Avenue Cafe and Gramercy Tavern. [FitR inbox]
The winner of Bocuse d'Or USA was announced yesterday. Chef Timothy Hollingsworth of The French Laundry impressed judges (including Laurent Tourondel and Jean-Georges Vongerichten) with Atlantic Cod with Hawaiian Blue Prawns and Sea Scallops and Brandt Beef Tenderloin Roasted in Bacon with Beef Cheeks and Oxtail. Hollingsworth will travel to Lyon, France, to compete in the Bocuse d'Or international championship in January. [Market Watch]
Too hot: A British man died after a bet with a friend to see who could make the hottest chile sauce. The man, 33, was in good health, but died of a heart attack the night after eating the incendiary concoction. [Sky News]
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