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Chefs to Know: A Guide to Chefs for Chefs highlights over 600 notable chefs and pastry chefs across the country, plus over 100 sommeliers, mixologists, and international chefs. Each candidate is selected by our editorial staff, who has tasted with and interviewed celebrated leaders in the culinary field for more than 13 years. The second edition of Chefs to Know features over 50 full-page photos and 50 recipes plus contact information and fun facts about every chef, from their favorite flavor combinations to their most indispensable kitchen tool. Nationally-acclaimed chefs including Masaharu Morimoto, Grant Achatz, Thomas Keller, Larry Forgione, Nobu Matsuhisa, Jose Andres, and Charlie Trotter, to name a few, have all contributed their culinary know-how. New additions to the second edition include the sommelier, mixologist, and international chef sections, as well as new kitchen facts and fast facts, and a pull-out guide to chefs' favorite off-the-beaten-path restaurants around the country.

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Second Edition (2008)
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Grub Street - New York Magazine's Food and Restaurant Blog
February 26, 2009

Tesar has spent some time in New York, at 44 X Hell’s Kitchen, and considers David Burke one of his mentors. He told Starchefs.com’s Chefs to Know that his favorite flavor is “the flavor of the sea.”

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October, 2008

Forget those noncommittal Election Day promotions publicists keep pitching us — what we really want to know is, whose side are local restaurateurs on? And for that, we once again turn to the Huffington Post’s Fundrace 2008 search engine, which allows us to see just how much money Danny Meyer, caterer of the RNC, gave to Democrats!

...Also: Big-time restaurateurs were obviously generous, but we didn’t find contributions from a lot of the small-business chefs and owners — the kinds you’d find in Starchef.com’s Chefs to Know.

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Examiner.com
October, 2008

This second edition of the annual publication proves that Starchefs.com has its finger on the pulse of the American culinary industry.

Market Watch on StarChefs.com Chefs to Know Market Watch
October, 2008

Chefs to Know features 80 professional photos and recipes plus contact information and fun facts about every chef -- from their favorite restaurants off-the-beaten-path to their most indispensable kitchen tool. Nationally-acclaimed chefs including Morimoto, Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, Grant Achatz and Charlie Trotter have all shared their culinary know-how.

World New on StarChefs.com Chefs to Know World News
October, 2008

StarChefs.com has launched its second edition of Chefs to Know: A Guide to Chefs for Chefs; a guide to more than 600 notable chefs, mixologists and sommeliers across the country. This perfect holiday gift for foodies highlights chefs selected by the StarChefs.com editorial staff, who taste with and interview celebrated leaders in the culinary field each year.

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October, 2008

We thought ICE had covered all the remaining bases of food-industry ed with its “how to be a food blogger” courses, but no — if you’ve always dreamed of being a chef’s personal assistant, StarChefs has announced a new a series of panel discussions at Astor Center, and in one of them (on October 21, at 12:30 p.m.) you can learn from the schedulers to the stars.
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October, 2008

My colleague Liz just came back from the Star Chefs conference in New York City. What did she bring back? This amazing DICTIONARY style book of chefs to know. There are hundreds of chefs in here, listed with not only their photo, biographical information, and restaurant information, but also with some fun questions that the chefs had to answer.

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PR NewsWire
October, 2008

StarChefs.com has launched its second edition of Chefs to Know: A Guide to Chefs for Chefs; a guide to more than 600 notable chefs, mixologists and sommeliers across the country. This perfect holiday gift for foodies highlights chefs selected by the StarChefs.com editorial staff, who taste with and interview celebrated leaders in the culinary field each year. Chefs to Know features 80 professional photos and recipes plus contact information and fun facts about every chef -- from their favorite restaurants off-the-beaten-path to their most indispensable kitchen tool. Nationally-acclaimed chefs including Morimoto, Daniel Boulud, Thomas Keller, Grant Achatz and Charlie Trotter have all shared their culinary know-how.

Beyond serving as a guidebook, this unique book is also a reference for industry professionals, culinary students, and curious diners who want to know about the people behind America's professional stoves.


Released on: Forbes.com, Financial Content, BNET, CNBC, Business First, PE.COM, IT New Online, NBC News 4, Reuters, StreetInsider.com and Yahoo! Finance.
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FOX BUSINESS
August 6, 2008

Fox Rankings: Antoinette Bruno shows the Chefs to Know Book during Fox Business' count down top earning chefs.

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First Edition (2007)

Chow on StarChefs.com Chefs to Know Chow
November, 2007

If you don’t know your Cantu from your Kato, or your Goldsmith from your Goldfarb, a good primer is the new book by online chef-worship magazine StarChefs, Chefs to Know. The subtitle is A Guide to Chefs for Chefs, and indeed, as Epi-Log points out, the book “includes some information that a recent culinary-school graduate would find invaluable, such as contact information, which chefs welcome interns and stages, and what the chefs like to ask of potential employees during interviews.”

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November, 2007

Sorta sad to see a prodigiously talented young thing go from zero to Mariani so quickly. I can’t tell if “intern” is code for “unpaid,” but anyone who needs help in attending parties is getting too many invitations. Food is a first-hand experience.

Sending an emissary to the starchefs.com book party at Barfry, for instance, would mean missing out on a physics lesson, some great banter, a little bitching and a surprising admission. Not to mention the most effete slider ever: foie gras. I learned that a little bottle of Champagne will bubble over wildly unless you remove the straw, which funnels the effervescence straight up and out.

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September, 2007

Starchefs.com has come out with its first "Who's Who" guide on chefs and aimed at an audience of chefs. It's called "Chefs to Know."

It's got an impressive list of entries--about 500 notable chefs in all--and includes some information that a recent culinary-school graduate would find invaluable, such as contact information, which chefs welcome interns and stages, and what the chefs like to ask of potential employees during interviews.


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