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Tom Colicchio

“This isn’t just a matter of a few bad eggs and ​we all know it."
Morning in America Rosemary Lemon Teacake It just takes a single sprig of fresh rosemary to add a haunting autumnal note
The food we eat matters for our economy, our health and our environment. Do Clinton or Trump agree?
2,000 chefs, led by Tom Colicchio, just let D.C. know what they think about that.
Or food assistance, or farm subsidies, or GMO labeling, or... ​
On Earth Day this year (April 22), MSNBC will air "Just Eat It," a documentary that examines the ways that rigid commercial
Think of food politics as an increasingly complex, layered and controversial arena where people make decisions about food production based not just on the food itself but its impact on the environment, health, the treatment of animals, working conditions and more.
Boston is my home now and that's the best justification I have for writing about the 12th season of Bravo's Top Chef, which premiered this week with Beantown as backdrop. Why else would I torture myself like this?
Colicchio's family includes a total of 12 immigrants -- eight of whom came through Ellis Island, three more who entered via New York earlier (one just four months prior to its opening), and a solitary ancestor who opted for Philadelphia.
Among the network's slate of new series: "Top Chef Duels" where two former "Top Chef" contestants go head-to-head in cooking
We caught up with our favorite chefs (old and new) to find out what places they are finding particularly inspiring lately.