Forbidden City, Here We Come!
Now that dog meat is off the menu and local dishes have been renamed
to sound more appealing to visitors (the Chinese government has decreed
that the appetizer historically known as "husband and wife's lung slice"
will temporarily become "beef and ox tripe in chili sauce"), Beijing
restaurant operators are ready to welcome the world to the Olympics next
week. But food safety remains a huge concern for many Western visitors,
even those with cast-iron stomachs who normally seek out exotic
delicacies wherever they go. The solution? Take your meals at Maison
Boulud, superstar chef Daniel Boulud’s brand new restaurant, located
just steps from Tiananmen Square.
Star Search: The Food Network Wants You
Didn't make the cut to get on Bravo's Top Chef: Season Five,
currently shooting in New York City? Not high profile enough to qualify
for Bravo’s fall spin-off series, Top Chef: Masters? Too old for
Bravo's upcoming Top Chef Junior? Enough common sense to stay away from
Next Food Network Star? Hey, there's still a way to get onto a TV
cooking show that could raise your profile and help make you rich—if
you send in your application, fast.
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