Emeril’s Orlando Chef Bernard Carmouche To Be Honored At BCA Black Tie Gala
New York - Chef Bernard Carmouche, culinary director to Emeril Lagasse’s three Florida restaurants, will be honored at the upcoming “18th Annual Cultural Awareness Salute Dinner” to be held in New York City on Saturday, March 12th, 2011. This black-tie gala celebrates contributions made by people of color in the culinary and hospitality industry and showcases the talents of students from top culinary and hospitality schools. Read more »
MIAMI BEACH, FL (February 8, 2011) – Chef Emeril Lagasse has named Tim Doolittle to lead the kitchen as chef de cuisine at Emeril’s Miami Beach – the South Beach outpost of his namesake restaurant. Emeril’s Miami Beach is located in the historic St. Moritz Hotel building at the Lowes Miami Beach Hotel and serves lunch Monday-Saturday from 11:30am-2:30pm, dinner from 6:00pm-10:30pm Sunday-Thursday, and until 11:00pm Friday-Saturday, and brunch Sunday from 11:00am-2:30pm.
Chef Doolittle is a veteran of the fine dining scene including the kitchens of Wolfgang Puck Fine Dining Group and some of Kansas City’s most distinguished regional American restaurants. Most recently, he specialized in modern American fare as executive chef at Postrio and Wolfgang Puck Bar & Grill in Las Vegas. Read more »
The New York Times
February 8, 2011
By Glenn Collins
Sports Bar Menus Change, but Not Too Much
And now — as the high season of the sports bar segues from wild-card frenzy past the Super Bowl and romps through March Madness to baseball’s March 31 opening day — a whole new universe awaits the nation’s worshipers of sports and electromagnetic radiation.
The food is from-scratch, fresh and even locavore. Behold, then, the Springer Mountain free-range chicken from north Georgia proudly referenced on the menu of Dantanna’s Surf and Turf in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta — along with Creekstone and Allen Brothers beef and Niman Ranch pork. Note the butternut squash bisque at the Hype Lounge, and that roasted brussels sprouts side at the Ainsworth, both in Manhattan. Then meditate on Emeril Lagasse’s steak BAM’Wich at his Lagasse’s Stadium in Las Vegas: grilled sirloin on herb focaccia dressed with blue-cheese slaw and balsamic-braised onions, served with truffle-Parmesan steak fries.
The top 5 sports bars In Las Vegas
Dec 1, 2010
By Jody Kohn, Yahoo! Contributor Network
1. Lagasse’s Stadium- If you are going to Vegas, you need to do things up BIG! Lagasse’s Stadium in The Palazzo does just that. Owned by larger than life chef, Emeril Lagasse, this place is goes overboard with everything. Emeril gives the sportsbook a gourmet makeover here, offering theatre style seating, over one hundred plasma HDTV’s, and a 10×20 foot projection wall. For big spenders, try one of the sky boxes overlooking the stadium.
The food is excellent as you might expect. Some of our favorites were the nachos, buffalo wings, and pulled pork sandwhich.
MARTHA STEWART LIVING RADIO’S “THANKSGIVING HOTLINE” LAUNCHES EXCLUSIVELY ON SIRIUS XM
30 top chefs/entertaining experts offer tips and advice to listeners for 30 hours over three days to help America cook the biggest meal of the year
Stellar lineup includes Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse, Mario Batali, Marcus Samuelsson, Isaac Mizrahi, Wolfgang Puck and Alton Brown
NEW YORK – November 12, 2010 – SIRIUS XM Radio today announced that more than 30 of the nation’s top chefs and entertaining experts—including Martha Stewart, Emeril Lagasse, Wolfgang Puck, Marcus Samuelsson, Isaac Mizrahi, Mario Batali and Charlie Palmer—will take turns behind the microphone to help listeners solve all of their turkey day dilemmas during the fourth annual Martha Stewart Living® Radio Thanksgiving Hotline. Read more »
EMERIL LAGASSE KICKS OFF ANNUAL “CARNIVALE DU VIN” CHARITY EVENT LIVE FROM NEW ORLEANS ON SIRIUS XM AT EMERIL’S RESTAURANT ON THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 11
• Special guests will include Mario Batali, students from the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, Gale Gand, Norman Van Aken, and the country’s top winemakers
NEW ORLEANS (November 10, 2010) – World-renowned chef Emeril Lagasse will kick off this year’s Carnivale du Vin—the annual charity wine auction and gala to benefit the Emeril Lagasse Foundation’s children’s education programs—by hosting a special edition of his SIRIUS XM Martha Stewart Living Radio show live from his flagship Emeril’s Restaurant in New Orleans. Read more »
With 6,027 Dishes Sold, Proceeds Will Go To Helping Build New Culinary Arts Teaching Kitchen
NEW ORLEANS (November 10, 2010) – In the first of its kind Emeril Lagasse Foundation fundraiser, guests dining at Emeril Lagasse’s restaurants in October helped raise an unprecedented $46,950 through purchasing dishes created by high school students. The money raised will go to establishing a new culinary arts program with the New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) and the design and construction of a new state-of-the-art commercial teaching kitchen to house the school’s culinary program. Read more »
Premier Whiskey List Spans 5 Countries and Over 260 Selections
LAS VEGAS (October 27, 2010) – Delmonico Steakhouse, Emeril Lagasse’s renowned steakhouse at The Venetian in Las Vegas, has published its fall “Book of Whiskey” – featuring over 260 selections from around the world. Delmonico is one of a handful of restaurants in the nation to have assembled a deep collection, noted by breadth of countries of origin, depth in mature aged spirits, excellent presentation and service. Read more »
700 Patrons to Toast Children’s Causes at Country’s “Top 10” Charity Wine Event — Tickets Sold-Out
NEW ORLEANS (October 26, 2010) – Each fall, the world’s most celebrated chefs and winemakers come together in New Orleans for a spirited weekend to toast the charitable works of Emeril Lagasse Foundation. The perennially sold-out Carnivale du Vin returns to New Orleans on November 13, 2010 with the stars of the food and wine world, including chefs Mario Batali, Gale Gand, Kevin Rathbun, and Norman Van Aken, along with top winemakers pouring wines from their vineyard’s special collections. Read more »
$10 from Each Dish Sold to Help Build New Teaching Kitchen at NOCCA
$100,000 Grant from Emeril Lagasse Foundation to Complete Culinary Arts Center
NEW ORLEANS (September 10, 2010) – Emeril Lagasse Foundation invited aspiring young culinary students at New Orleans Center for Creative Arts (NOCCA) to create an original dish inspired by the traditions of Louisiana’s Creole cuisine. Chef Emeril Lagasse and a panel of New Orleans chefs and restaurateurs will select the winning dish from three finalists based on taste, presentation, creativity, use of fresh, seasonal ingredients and representation of Louisiana’s cuisine.
Emeril Lagasse Foundation also announced today a $100,000 grant to fund the final stages in the development of a four-year culinary arts program at NOCCA. Emeril Lagasse Foundation is the founding partner in the effort to establish a four-year culinary arts program for high school students and has granted over $500,000 to develop curriculum for the program. The school is expected to admit its first students to the culinary arts program in spring 2011. Read more »