From Top Chef Masters‘ Curtis Stone to Everyday Italian‘s Giada De Laurentiis, a slew of TV-famous cooks have been extra busy lately as they prepare to take their food off-screen — and become new restauranteurs.
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If you order pasta at Giada De Laurentiis‘ soon-to-open Las Vegas restaurant, don’t be surprised to see the waiter lug a massive wheel of Parmesan cheese to your table.
Ciao chow! At the South Beach Wine & Food Festival this past weekend, Giada De Laurentiis started Saturday on a delicious note with an Italian dim sum-style Champagne brunch at Soho Beach House’s Cecconi’s Miami Beach.