Chef David Burke’s Weekly Column for The Daily Meal
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This past summer we announced that chef David Burke would be writing a weekly column for The Daily Meal’s Cook channel. Along with his seven award-winning restaurants, the New York City chef is known for his entrepreneurial ambitions and philanthropic ways, and he joined the Cook editors in August to stretch his journalistic legs. Now, we’re excited to announce that his columns have been gathered all in one place on The Daily Meal, so you can easily find any and all of the unique cooking advice that Burke has shared with us.
In his columns, Burke imparts the wisdom of a professional chef to the home cook. Through menu ideas, recipes, and cooking tips, The Daily Meal readers are able to take home a part of his whimsical cooking style that has earned him critical praise at his restaurants, as well as insider tips and tricks that’ll make them pros in the kitchen. Whether it’s ideas for a dinner party menu — like the Olympic menu he designed for us during the 2012 games — or inspiration for getting the most out of your kitchen, Burke’s weekly column never falls short of inspirational. Whether you missed his post on last-minute Thanksgiving ideas from last week or are looking for his kid-friendly recipes, you can find it easily on chef David Burke’s Column page.
Anne Dolce is the Cook Editor at The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter @anniecdolce
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