Andrew Carmellini

Why American Wine Is So Exciting Right Now

Our new wine contributor waves that flag
Apr 9, 2014 1:00 pm

I’ve always liked to think of a wine in terms of a narrative, not just the potential of a bouquet to fill a novella, but the story of its place, its authors and the people that have made it available to you. Read on for new contributor Chad Walsh's debut on American wines. 

And For Andrew Carmellini Week Dessert...A Piece Of Coconut Cake

Thanks to AC and his team, plus, a lost photo
Feb 14, 2014 6:00 pm
Photo: Mark Shaw

Andrew Carmellini's guest editing stint at Food Republic has concluded, and we here at Food Republic want to extend a heartfelt thanks to the man himself. Here AC, have a slice of The Dutch's coconut cake...

Rigatoni With Sunday Night Ragu Recipe

Andrew Carmellini shares grandma's favorite sauce
Feb 14, 2014 1:00 pm
Photo: Quentin Bacon

While Andrew Carmellini is renowned for his Italian cuisine, his second cookbook, American Flavor, focuses on the diversity of cuisine across the country. From the barbecue in his native Cleveland to the comfort food at his family's dinner table, American Flavor is a good reminder to always expand your repertoire. This exceptionally meaty sauce, after the jump.

Know Your Cheeses: A Guided Tour of American, French, Italian Cheeses

Lay out a better spread, one country at a time
Feb 14, 2014 11:00 am

Drawing inspiration from Andrew Carmellini's three restaurants and their three different types of cuisine — Locanda Verde (Italian), Lafayette (French) and The Dutch (New American) — where the dairy offerings are proof that you don't need to go all over the map to compose a cheese plate rife with contrasting characteristics, flavors, textures and aesthetics, here's a sampling from the three nations, with expert cheese commentary.

'10 Things I Hate' With Andrew Carmellini

Reality TV scouts, ripoff chefs, EDM on hit list
Feb 14, 2014 10:00 am
Photo: Dustin Aksland

All this week we’ve given chef Andrew Carmellini the keys to Food Republic. But just because it's Friday doesn't mean he's going out like a lamb. Here, Carmellini becomes the latest chef to sound off about 10 things he hates. (And yes, on Valentine's Day no less.) Biters, haters, reality show casting agents, beware!

Andrew Carmellini's Restaurant Staff On Where They Drink Off-Shift In NYC

Dive bars, hidden gems, cocktail lounges, wine bars
Feb 13, 2014 5:00 pm

Anyone who has ever worked in a restaurant knows that one of the best things about the gig is heading out with coworkers for a drink after the last patron has left and the floors have been mopped. Here, employees from Andrew Carmellini's New York City restaurants dish on where they're drinking after work. And read through to the end for a special bonus Proustian cocktail recipe.

Andrew Carmellini On How To Travel And Eat Like A Professional In Italy

From Alba and the Amalfi Coast way down to Sicily
Feb 13, 2014 2:00 pm

As part of Andrew Carmellini Week, we’ve asked him to tell us about some of his favorite places to visit around the world for food. While earlier in the week we asked him to focus on France — where he spent much time in advance of opening his grand café Lafayette — it’s Italy that he knows best. With that here are some of A.C.’s favorite places to visit when kicking around the boot.

Andrew Carmellini's Chicken Pot Pie Recipe

Master chef lends tips on a classic comfort food
Feb 13, 2014 1:00 pm

While Andrew Carmellini is renowned for his Italian cuisine, his second cookbook, American Flavor, focuses on the diversity of cuisine across the country. From the barbecue in his native Cleveland to the comfort food at his family's dinner table, American Flavor is a good reminder to always expand your repertoire. Here's a classic chicken pot pie recipe, in Carmellini's own words.

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