Watch Frank Bruni Talk Italian Food With Michael White, Mario Carbone, and Kate Krader

Jul 19, 2013 1037

by Hillary Dixler

Former New York Times restaurant critic Frank Bruni subbed in for Charlie Rose last week. He invited New York City chefs Michael White (Marea, Osteria Morini) and Mario Carbone (Carbone, Torrisi Italian Specialties) to join him in conversation with Food & Wine's restaurant editor Kate Krader to tackle the question: Where does the "dominance of Italian food in upscale dining" come from?

The conversation winds its way through the importance of French training, the reasons to cook (or not) with imported ingredients, the Eataly phenomenon, and much more:

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