Paula Deen Rides Things; Nicolas Cantrel Stays On at Beaumarchais
Greg Grossman, the 15-year-old who started cooking at the age of nine, will be at the helm of Alan Philips' next Feast pop-up, running from March 10 to 12. The theme will be "Pop Art." [Grub Street]
Michael Psilakis is no longer the executive chef at Eos in Miami's Viceroy hotel. No replacement has been named. [Eater]
In case you haven't heard, there's a Tumblr called Paula Deen Riding Things that features the Food Network star riding everything from an ostrich to Golden Girl Estelle Getty. [Eater]
Traci Des Jardins, Tom Colicchio, and Ming Tsai will host the James Beard Awards together this year. [Grub Street]
Nicolas Cantrel of Bistro Bagatelle, which closed and will reopen as Brasserie Beaumarchais, is staying on as the chef. [Diner's Journal]
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