I'd personally love to hear from Grant Achatz, specifically on moleculer gastronomy in the home.
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Myron Mixon or Johnny Trigg or both. I love cooking of all kinds but at the heart of it all I love REAL BBQ and these gentleman are the master of the trade and have proven it time and time again. To absorb some of that knowledge, the little nuances of real BBQ would be awesome. On a side not if I could not speak with either of them then I would undoubtedly want to hang out with Zac Brown. Aside from the fact that I just think that would be an incredible experience I have heard he is quite the cook himself. So a cooking challenge would definitely have to take place.
In Europe, some off the top of the think tank are :
1. Cracco - Italy
2. Christoforos Peskias - Greece
3. Nena Ismirnoglou - Greece
4. Jamie Oliver - U.K.
5. Lefteris Lazaru - Greece
In the USA, a few off the top of my head are:
1. José Andrés
2. Alice Waters
3. Grant Achatz
4. Jacques Pepin
Edited by margcata - 8/27/12 at 4:15am
I don't know if it's happened before but I'd say Gordon Ramsay because his attitude and personality when it comes to the kitchen and cooking is similiar to mine so I always like hearing what he says. Honestly, I like hearing from any major chefs though, it's always interesting to hear different perspectives.
I’d rather chat one on one (it would be lots easier for me), but my second choice would be to chat here, or read what they said later:
- Lidia Bastianich
- Julia Colin Davison
- Ina Garten
- Marcella Hazan
- Graham Kerr
- Bridget Lancaster
- Sara Moulton
- Jacques Pepin
- Paul Prudhomme
- Michelle Urvater
- Martin Yan
- Any real authentic Southern Thai cook
- Any world class outdoor cook
YEAH!!! Graham Kerr, Oh my GAWD!
My Father and I watched every episode and we had all of his books
and made and ATE way more of his food then we probably should have.
Julia Colin Davison and Bridget Lancaster are both just cutie-pa-tuties!!
All of the PBS 'cooking' programs are the bomb-diggity!
I love the older PBS cooking shows also, great chefs plus no commercials!
OK, here's a thought...after everyone who's posted in this thread gets their wishes fulfilled and there's no one else left, how about we get some of the famous food critics, especially the nasty ones, and find out what they whip-up in their own kitchen.
I'd be interested in chatting with chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten. I admire his expertise and style.
Edited by Pollopicu - 8/3/13 at 4:29pm
It's been well over a year - anyone would be great right about now.
"Finally, why Robert Irvine of all people? Do you think he'd explain the lies?
I don't want to pick on the fat kid, but that is who he was.
Maybe not "fat" but huge eared.
It's unfortunate that he was picked upon as a child, but ...he was.
So he hit the weights to make up for it.
Then... I dunno... huh huh huh lift weights
Then really bad show where he uses crap ingredients to make crap food for crap ppl.
huzzah! I got accent!
Have a glass of hateraid and relax. lol
I think he's attractive, I could give a toot about his cooking. :)
Just close this thread.....
..... don't keep us hanging.
Leave the archives as archives as to what 'has-been' but stop pretending about the future.
PS - i'd much prefer a chat with 'anyone'