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Gail Simmons

These accomplished women also happen to be pros at getting a homemade dinner on the table in a flash.
There are fine food festivals the world over these days. There's only one in Aspen. The Food & Wine Classic is inextricably linked to this glorious town, to the betterment of both. This is synergy at work.
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We all have memories that are tied to the foods, people, and traditions that we hold close. I sat down with some of my favorite chefs (and friends) to get an inside peek at some of their favorite memories with loved ones in the kitchen.
Gail Simmons has a very special bun in the oven: she’s pregnant! The Top Chef judge and her husband Jeremy Abrams are expecting
I had issues with "Top Chef" last season -- a lot of issues -- and though "Top Chef: Seattle" feels like my old favorite reality competition show again, I am still a bit wary.
A luxe, cavernous space on a quiet street in Old Montreal with a sophisticated hunting and fishing lodge menu that's always rich and satisfying.
"It's a great place to be," judge Hugh Acheson adds. "It's the Pacific Northwest. It's this amazing, burgeoning food scene
Friday nights can become more than the end of the week. They can be transformed into evenings dedicated to bringing people together, sharing meals and gratitudes, creating memories and community, savoring every bite, every minute together, around the table.
Gail Simmons has quite the packed schedule. As a judge on Top Chef you would think that her days would be full enough. But add her most recent title of author to her resume and you have one of the busiest ladies in the culinary world.
Gail gives us some neat tidbits about the inner world of restaurants and food competition. But I was left wishing she'd taken the whole thing in a more creative direction.
She wanted to know what celebrity Gail would be scared of to eat their food. "Well, if you consider the cast of Jersey Shore to be celebrities, it would be theirs."
"Top Chef" alum Gail Simmons and Fabio Viviani played "Plead the Fifth" on "Watch What Happens Live" (Weeknights., 11 p.m
Culinary expert and television personality Gail Simmons is a fixture as judge on Bravo's Emmy Award-winning reality competition
In this video Gail shows viewers three recipes she's created to highlight the flavor of maple syrup, and then demonstrates