October 10, 2007 - Issue 135
The Dishrag
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IN THIS ISSUE
1. Get to Know the Atlanta Rising Stars!
2. What Makes Them Shine: Atlanta Rationale
3. International Chefs Congress 2007 Wrap-Up
4. Wine: Quirky Halloween Pairings
5. Wine: Recently Tasted October
6. Autism Speaks Gala in New York
7. Jobfinder Top Ten Jobs
8. Recipe for Grilled Salmon a la Tapenade by Chef Anthony Raggiri of Bistro 61 - New York, NY
9. Coming Soon on StarChefs.com!

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1. Get to Know the Atlanta Rising Stars!
Who wants to have dinner with Mark Twain, who finds the el Bulli cookbooks "mind-boggling" and what are the best Korean joints on Buford Highway? Get to know the Atlanta Rising Stars through their interviews and recipes.
http://starchefs.com/chefs/rising_stars/2007/atlanta/html/index.shtml

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2. What Makes Them Shine: Atlanta Rationale
From white tablecloth dining with local ingredients and Southern techniques to well-researched Latin flavors in a neighborhood setting, the Atlanta Rising Stars bring refinement, experimentation, and diversity to the multicultural, fast-growing city. Find out how each chef stood out and which dishes clinched their awards.
http://starchefs.com/features/editors_dish/rising_stars/2007/Atlanta/index.shtml

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3. International Chefs Congress 2007 Wrap-Up
On September 16-18 at 7 World Trade in New York City a gathering of unprecedented size and culinary stature brought over 50 of the world's foremost chefs, pastry chefs, mixologists, scientists and sommeliers together under one roof, in front of stunning views of Manhattan, for three days of presentations, dialogues, workshops, and parties.
http://starchefs.com/events/icc/2007/html/wrapMain.shtml

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4. Wine: Quirky Halloween Pairings
Tongue-in-cheek pairings that compliment everything from candy corn to Three Musketeer bars and caramel apples. Sommelier and wine writer Jim Clarke invokes appropriately morbid culinary references like Snow White's poisoned apple and Edgar Allen Poe's infamous cask in nine quirky Halloween themed pairings.
http://starchefs.com/wine/features/html/halloween/html/

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5. Wine: Recently Tasted October
A German beer from Dusseldorf to bring in the change in seasons, a flavored vodka that's actually well-balanced and cocktail-friendly, a 40-year-old Tawny Port with the dynamism and verve of a 20-year-old bottle, and more from Jim Clarke's recent quaffs.
http://starchefs.com/wine/features/html/recently_tasted/vol11/html/index.shtml

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6. Autism Speaks Gala in New York
On October 24th over 60 of the country's top chefs will get together to host a dining extravaganza in Manhattan at Capitale. Terrance Brennan, Franklin Becker, Wylie Dufresne, Eric Ripert, Guenter Seeger and Geoffrey Zakarian, to name a few, prepare and serve tableside dinners at each table. Don't miss the chance to sit at these intimate chef's tables and support autism awareness and research.
http://starchefs.com/events/autismspeaks/html/index.shtml

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7. Jobfinder Top Ten Jobs
Editorial Assistant
Fantastic Culinary Magazine
StarChefs
New York
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=705&t=e&v=232900

Chef de Partie
Busy Winter Season in Beautiful Boca Raton
Cielo by Angela Hartnett, a Gordon Ramsay Restaurant
Florida
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232720&positionid=

Executive Chef
Seeking Highly-Skilled Professional for South Florida Restaurant
Big Time Restaurant Group
Florida
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232661&positionid=

Executive Chef
Fine-Dining at Madison's most inspired restaurant!
Harvest
Wisconsin
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232580&positionid=

Junior Publicist
PR Opportunity at Exciting Culinary Magazine
StarChefs.com
New York
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232564&positionid=

Sous Chef
Seeking Sous Chef with High-End Experience
Pamplona Tapas Bar & Restaurant
Louisana
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232069&positionid=

Executive Chef
Exclusive Caribbean Property Seeks Executive Chef
Turks & Caicos Sporting Club at Ambergris Cay
Turks & Caicos
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232440&positionid=

Executive Chef
Bank on your Culinary Success!
Bank
Minnesota
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232700&positionid=

Chef
Get Fired Up with Enodis
Enodis
Florida
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=232562&positionid=

Pastry Chef
Seeking Pastry Chef with Fine-Dining Experience
Salts
Massachusetts
http://www.starchefsjobfinder.com/js-jobinfo.php?s=-1&t=j&v=229820&positionid=

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    8. Recipe for Grilled Salmon a la Tapenade by Chef Anthony Raggiri of Bistro 61 - New York, NY
    Adapted by StarChefs.com

    Yield: 4 Servings

    Ingredients:
    3 Tablespoons olive oil
    2 ounces garlic, chopped
    3 red peppers, julienned
    1 large yellow onion, julienned
    4 6-ounce salmon filets
    Canola or olive oil, to lightly coat filets
    Sea salt or kosher salt and freshly ground pepper
    4 Tablespoons black olive paste
    1 lemon, cut in wedges

    Method:
    Heat the olive oil in a medium pan and saute garlic, red peppers, and onions for about 8 to 10 minutes, stirring occasionally. Brush salmon on all sides with olive oil and season with salt and pepper. Preheat grill to medium heat and grill salmon for 2 minutes before turning on a 45 degree angle - not turning over. Cook for 2 more minutes then turn over and cook to desired temperature. During last few minutes of cooking, brush the fish with black olive paste. Serve salmon over vegetables, with lemon.

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    9. Coming Soon on StarChefs.com!
    Southern Recipes from Chef Scott Peacock, Modern Olive Desserts, What to Eat and Where to Stay in Atlanta, and more!

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