All posts in the ‘ Live Gourmet Chef Spotlight ’ Category

Upland Cress Salad by Chef Marcus Samuelsson

March 12, 2013 | post a comment

Meet Marcus Samuelsson. Born in Ethiopia, adopted to Sweden, and trained in France, Chef Samuelsson finally ended up opening his own restaurant in New York City. At 23, he was the youngest chef to ever receive a three star rating from the New York Times. Since then he has cooked state dinners for President Obama,… Read the Rest »

Chef Giada De Laurentiis Uses Live Gourmet Living Butter Lettuce

April 4, 2012 | post a comment

Chef Giada De Laurentiis is one of the most recognizable personalities on the Food Network, and also appears regularly on The Today Show. All but one of her 5 cookbooks have found their way to the New York Times best seller list, and she has starred in/created a number of… Read the Rest »

Sara Moulton’s Favorite Cookbooks of 2011

January 11, 2012 | 2 Comments

Chef Sara Moulton picture via Sara Moulton is a well known chef, author of many cookbooks, and hosts her own TV show, “Sara’s Weeknight Meals”. She recently appeared on Good Morning America where she presented her list of the best cookbooks of 2011. While we were disappointed at the lack of an… Read the Rest »

Live Gourmet Chef Interview: Zach Hoffman

August 9, 2011 | post a comment

Lettuce tell you about Chef Zach Hoffman of Wilcox, Arizona who runs his own restaurant, called A Taste of Coronado. Zach posted about his love for Live Gourmet Butter Lettuce on our facebook page, and after checking out his awesome restaurant, we decided that we wanted to hear his story. Here’s the… Read the Rest »

Live Gourmet Chef Spotlight: Chef James Sly

July 8, 2011 | post a comment

James Sly, chef and owner at Sly’s in Carpinteria, CA, has been working in kitchens for over 40 years – 20 in Santa Barbara alone. Chef Sly is wise in culinary ways and in 2008 he opened Sly’s with his wife Annie. Sly’s serves great seafood, steak, and cocktails.  Go… Read the Rest »

Live Gourmet Chef Spotlight: Jill Silverman Hough

May 16, 2011 | 2 Comments

Chef Jill Silverman Hough is a food writer, recipe developer, and culinary instructor whose specialty is making food and cooking simple, special, and satisfying.  “A recipe doesn’t have to be complicated to be indulgent,” she says. “Sprinkle a roast chicken with lavender, substitute dried cherries for raisins in a batch… Read the Rest »