Posts Tagged ‘60 Minutes’

It’s the Last Week to Talk About the New Year; All Hail Vegetables!

Sometime around mid-December until about the end of the first week of January, we turn into list readers: What was big last year? What will be big in the new year? Shit, I even put together an Out 2010 →  In 2011 list for the blog. People love lists. Maybe humans are actually anal-retentive organizers […]

The Audacity of Opening a Spanish Eatery in José Andrés’ Backyard

The ironic thing about Estadio is that, despite its many pleasures, the Spanish eatery wasn't even owner Mark Kuller's first choice for his second restaurant. As Jane Black reported in the Post earlier this year, Kuller originally wanted to open an Italian place — until our downtown streets became slippery with pasta. So he switched […]

José Andrés Profile on ’60 Minutes’

In case you missed it, here's Anderson Cooper's profile of José Andrés from 60 Minutes.

D.C. Chefs and Restaurants Come Home Empty-Handed at the Beard Awards

After watching one D.C. nominee after another strike out last night at the James Beard Foundation Awards — from Komi's Johnny Monis in the Rising Star Chef category to CityZen's Amanda Cook in the Outstanding Pastry Chef category — I thought for sure José Andrés would win the Outstanding Chef medal. I mean, Andrés had all […]

60 Minutes: The Secret to a Long, Healthy Life Is Found in Red Wine

Scientists, according to Morley Safer, have discovered that "resveratrol," found naturally in the skin of red grapes, can slow down the aging process in mice. Pharmaceutical companies hope to one day market a resveratrol pill that will do the same for humans. You could, of course, try to extend your life by drinking more red […]