Tag: Ravi Kapur

TV Watch: Local “Culinary Jams” on Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking

TV Watch: Local “Culinary Jams” on Moveable Feast With Fine Cooking

| September 14, 2013 | 2 Comments

This month marks the launch of a new 13-episode TV series on PBS that definitely subscribes to the “go local” theme while highlighting the skills of some noteworthy Bay Area chefs. The San Francisco episode premieres September 14 but airs on KQED 9 Saturday September 21.

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Liam Mayclem Takes You (and Jason Priestley) “Inside the Kitchen” on San Francisco Food Tours

Liam Mayclem Takes You (and Jason Priestley) “Inside the Kitchen” on San Francisco Food Tours

| August 7, 2013 | 2 Comments

Liam Mayclem is media star behind The Foodie Chap series and has cooked with the world’s top chefs. Mayclem is now giving behind-the-scenes culinary tours in San Francisco, a food-meets-travel trend that is growing in popularity throughout the world.

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Public House’s New Executive Chef Chris Wade Talks  Baseball, Food and Married Life

Public House’s New Executive Chef Chris Wade Talks Baseball, Food and Married Life

| April 6, 2012 | 0 Comments

The upcoming 2012 baseball season means SF Giants fans will eat and celebrate at AT&T Park. Public House’s new Executive Chef Chris Wade talks about baseball, food, his pastry chef wife and his local food favorites.

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Talking Story at Ravi Kapur’s Pop-Up, Liholiho Yacht Club

Talking Story at Ravi Kapur’s Pop-Up, Liholiho Yacht Club

| March 1, 2012 | 6 Comments

Chef Ravi Kapur, formerly of Boulevard and Prospect, has set aside his fine dining ways in favor of cooking the soul food he loves for his friends. He tests those waters at a new pop-up restaurant, Liholiho Yacht Club. Bay Area Bites attended the second in the series of four dinners: here’s what we ate.

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Food Secrets of Prospect’s Chef Ravi Kapur

Food Secrets of Prospect’s Chef Ravi Kapur

| May 6, 2011 | 0 Comments

Prospect is the first restaurant where Ravi Kapur bears the title of Executive Chef. Before opening Prospect last year–which is often dubbed the “little sister” restaurant to Boulevard — Kapur worked as Chef de Cuisine at Boulevard. Kapur shared his list of favored San Francisco Bay Area eating and drinking spots.

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