Paula Deen Responds to Hurricane Sandy and More News
In todays' Weekly Media Mix, 'Iron Chef' returns to Japan TV, plus Anthony Bourdain reflects on 'No Reservations'
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Iron Chef finally makes it back to Japan after 13 years, modernizing the judging process and the food itself. [WSJ]
Chefs and Personalities
Here is Paula Deen’s response to Sandy: "All it takes is for America to get her butt kicked for the cream to rise to the top." [First Coast News]
And here is Anthony Bourdain reflecting on the entire No Reservations show, taking responsibility for some of the failures such as the Berlin show and "At the Table." [Zero Point Zero]
Anthony Bourdain’s first book cover on his Ecco imprint has been released. It’s meaty, red, and out May 14. [Eater]
What to do with a bunch of hurricane relief food? Toss them all into a Dutch oven. [Food and Wine]
The Momofuku empire will be hosting three hurricane relief events with their entire family, plus Café Boulud. Proceeds will go to the American Red Cross. [Momofuku]
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