Chef News

Chrysa Robertson Dishes on Male Chefs, How She Handled a Customer Complaint and Why She's Not Really Arizona's Alice Waters

This is part two of my interview with Chrysa Robertson, chef-owner of Rancho Pinot. If you missed part one, where Robertson talks about what it takes to be a woman chef and whether she's a marshmallow or a hard ass, read it here.

See also: Aaron May Dishes on Being a Chef, a Restaurateur and a Party Boy

What's your guilty pleasure?: Trader Joe's olive oil potato chips & frosty Tecate light beer in cans -- preferably consumed in the pool.

The great thing about being a chef is: If it's your restaurant, nothing beats being your own boss.

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Nikki Buchanan