Harold Dieterle

Harold Dieterle Knows The Secret To Running Three Restaurants At Once

The man behind Kin Shop, The Marrow and Perilla
Jun 27, 2013 10:02 am

Every week (well, almost), we meet up with a major culinary figure to talk about their career, food trends, what kind of car they're driving, whatever. Last week, Danny Meyer told us about bringing a Shake Shack to Turkey. This week, Harold Dieterle recalls the first taping of Top Chef, recounts the critical oveload the first week he was open with The Marrow and reveals why he became a cook in the first place, in the latest installment of the FR Interview. 

FR Thanksgiving Interview: Harold Dieterle

The Kin Shop and Perilla chef-owner talks turkey
Nov 1, 2012 11:01 am

And we're back. After losing a day of FR Interviews to Sandy-related struggles, we are ready to start running FR Thanksgiving Interviews, where top chefs share their Thanksgiving secrets and insider tips. Next up, one of our favorite NYC chefs and restaurateurs, Harold Dieterle, a man with a plan to cook candied yams.

Review: 'How I Became A Chef' Panel

Gavin Kaysen and Harold Dieterle talk early days
Feb 29, 2012 5:11 pm

“I knew I made it when Anthony Bourdain tweeted something about me,” recalled Rory Schepisi. “It wasn’t nice, but he used my name.” She spoke candidly about leaving high school at age 16 to being portrayed as the ditzy blonde on The Next Food Network Star.

Chefs Give Back This Holiday Season

Charitable giving ideas from top chefs
Dec 20, 2011 10:01 am

One of the the things that's struck me about working with so many chefs here at Food Republic is the amount of time and effort they devote to charitable causes. The chefs' reputation is to work hard and play harder, and for some, that may be the case, but many of the culinary icons I've come across over the past few months have a passion and commitment to helping others that you rarely see in other high-profile professions.

NYC Wine & Food 2011: Meatball Madness

Joey Campanaro took first prize at the meaty event
Sep 30, 2011 1:16 pm

Food Network star Giada De Laurentiis helped kick off the annual New York Wine and Food Festival with Meatball Madness — a battle of the balls where 30 local chefs competed for top honors. The Little Owl's Chef Joey Campanaro took top honors with his famous gravy meatball slider.


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