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In Focus on Location: Spotlighting chef Daniel Boulud

New York City is not short of celebrity chefs. Among them is Daniel Boulud, owner of the iconic Daniel resturant on the Upper East Side and half a dozen others across the city. But for Boulud, some of his proudest culinary creations have been for homebound New Yorkers through Citymeals...
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Chef Daniel Boulud to spice up revamped REBNY gala

The  Real Estate Board of New York’s power-packed annual gala this year won’t look anything like the stuffy affairs of pre-pandemic times. It’s on June 23, not in mid-January; the venue is Far West Side event space The Glasshouse, not the New York Hilton; and dress is casual rather than black tie. The food, too, will be unrecognizable. The widely disparaged sit-down “rubber chicken” hotel meals of the past will give way to canapes by top Big Apple chefs served from stands around the floor.  Guests can nosh their way through the evening as they roam the room. The REBNY gala, a 125-year-old tradition,...
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Michael Kors Teams Up With Chef Daniel Boulud to Recreate Mediterranean Burger in ‘What’s on My Table’

Michael Kors has partnered with New York chef Daniel Boulud to put a Mediterranean spin on an American classic, the burger, just ahead of Memorial Day. The duo teamed up in the kitchen of Boulud Sud on the Upper West Side in New York for the latest episode of “What’s on My Table” to make a merguez-spiced lamb burger with halloumi cheese on a toasted brioche bun.
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Dinner hosted by Daniel Boulud, Mourad Lahlou and Ludo Lefebvre part of the American Airlines Dinner Series

Miami, FL – February 24, 2022 – Legendary Michelin-starred chef and 2010 South Beach Wine & Food Festival® Tribute Dinner honoree Daniel Boulud was responsible for curating this truly remarkable Festival event, which he headlined alongside two other culinary greats: the brilliant, classically trained Ludo Lefebvre of Petit Trois and Ludo Bird in Los Angeles, who always brings a powerful and distinctive vibrancy to his dishes; and Mourad Lahlou, a pioneer of modern Moroccan cuisine whose reimagined classics and self-taught techniques are on eye-catching display at his two Michelin-starred San Francisco restaurants, Aziza and Mourad. This powerhouse trio rendezvoused for an unforgettable evening that was one for the history books! Set against the beautiful backdrop of Boulud Sud, which draws its own inspiration from the coastal Mediterranean, this intimate dinner gave a fresh, contemporary edge to their richly diverse cuisines, complete with superbly paired wines from the Southern Glazer’s Wine & Spirits portfolio.
MIAMI, FL
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The Dish: Chef Daniel Boulud on being named the best restaurateur in the world

Chef Daniel Boulud joins a special holiday edition of The Dish. He was just named the best restaurateur in the world. Boulud has been living in New York City for decades and has opened several restaurants, but it’s his new restaurant that’s getting all the attention and is being called the most important new restaurant opening in New York City. Jeff, Gloria has more.
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Daniel Boulud On Plans to Open his First West Coast Restaurant in Beverly Hills

Chef Daniel Boulud may have been born in France, but he has long been a New Yorker, opening his two Michelin-star Restaurant Daniel there in 1993. “I’ve lived longer in New York City than I lived in France, for sure,” says the celebrity chef, whose culinary empire now includes restaurants in Toronto, Dubai, Washington, D.C., Singapore, the Bahamas, Palm Beach, Miami, Massachusetts and Montreal. But Boulud has never before opened a restaurant on the West Coast. That will change next year when he debuts a spot in Southern California at the Mandarin Oriental Residences, currently under construction and due to open...
BEVERLY HILLS, CA

New York's French chef Daniel Boulud voted world's best

French chef Daniel Boulud, who has been living in New York for almost 40 years, was named best restaurateur in the world by Les Grandes Tables du Monde on Monday for his flagship restaurant "Daniel."  Besides "Daniel," which has two Michelin stars, in New York, the chef has other restaurants in the United States, Canada, Dubai, Singapore and the Bahamas.
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Spiced Sweet Potato Puree | Daniel Boulud

Daniel Boulud hates bananas, except in his favorite Thanksgiving side dish of pureed sweet potatoes with apple, orange, butter, cream + cinnamon. "I hate banana," admits the chef, restaurateur and cookbook author, "but in this dish, I love banana!" It's wonderful with the sweet potatoes and other ingredients, lending a smooth richness and subtle flavor.
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Daniel Boulud replacing iconic Augustine with new French bistro

A new bistro from renowned restaurateur Daniel Boulud will rise out of the ashes of Keith McNally’s Augustine. Boulud is set to open a French restaurant this spring at the Beekman Hotel in the Financial District, according to the New York Post. The outlet noted a liquor license application was posted in the window of the restaurant with the name Dinex, Boulud’s company.
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Daniel Boulud opening bistro where Augustine once fed rich and famous

The Wall Street area’s beloved French bistro Augustine, forced to close by the pandemic last year, will rise again — with a new name and a powerhouse new owner. Daniel Boulud will launch a new French bistro next spring on the Beekman Street site of what was Keith McNally’s farthest-downtown eatery, The Post has learned.
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American Pistachio Growers Sets 2021 Harvest Tour and Live Cook-Along With Chef Daniel Boulud

(BPT) - With the harvest of the 2021 crop, American Pistachio Growers has set the details of a virtual harvest tour and a live chef cook-along to showcase pistachios as a versatile, nutritious and healthy ingredient. This unique “farm-to-fork” event, which debuted in 2020, returns on Tuesday, October 26, 2021 with this year’s featured farmer, Dominic Pitigliano, and world-renowned chef, Daniel Boulud, in a live event via Zoom.
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