|Chef Steven Acosta|
|Chef Andy Trousdale|
|Fine dining at its finest this New Year's Eve.|
At a time of year when half the population of New York is migrating to South Florida (and specifically to the line at your favorite bagel shop), chef Angelo Elia is bucking the trend and heading north for a few days. His whirlwind visit to New York City next week will include a session at the James Beard House, where he'll cook a special holiday feast on Tuesday evening.
While in NYC, Elia also will stop by the Martha Stewart Living Radio studios to appear as a guest on the Morning Live show. Florida fans of the chef -- known for the upscale Casa D'Angelo in Fort Lauderdale, as well as several more casual restaurants in the region -- can listen in at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday on Sirius XM 110.More »
|Robert Irvine via Facebook|
|Robert Irvine takes on Palm Beach for his next challenge.|
The New York native and longtime South Florida resident has won numerous awards and accolades: James Beard Foundation's Best Chef 1994, southeast region; one of the top ten in Food & Wine Magazine's top 10 New Chef's in America. He was deemed "a New World Marvel" by Time Magazine; The New York Times called him "the Ponce de Leon of New Florida Cooking"; he received an honorary doctorate from Johnson & Wales University.
And that's not even the full list. I think we can say he's had some success.
Chef Allen chatted with us about Flavors of Fort Lauderdale, his sustainable seafood efforts, and more.
See Also:- Flavors of Fort Lauderdale: Tickets on Sale Now For Grand Tasting
- Tuna Burgers With Mango Ketchup: A Recipe From Chef Allen Susser
- Behind The Line- Chef Allen Susser Talks Sustainable Fish
|Photo Courtesy of Tryst|
|Photo Courtesy of the Brazilian Court|
|Jim Leiken with Daniel Boulud|
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