Appetite for Excellence: Watchmaking from a Top Chef's Perspective

 Eric Ripert of Michelin Star restaurant Le Bernardin (and VC collector) in New York and Banjamin Clymer from Hodinkee.com discuss the similarities of haute cuisine and haute horlogerie.

Appetite for Excellence: Watchmaking from a Top Chef's Perspective
More suggestions for interviews...
06/28/2011 - 17:41

How 'bout lining these up for next year...

"Roots of Excellence" by legendary gardener Jack N. Beanstalk

"Buried Treasure" by that renowned vintage collector Joe the Sanitation Engineer

"My view from the street" the watch encounters of an anonymous wino

And of Canadian interest (well more UK-related since his OBE) "Popular Prison Timepieces" by SIR Conrad Black

angel

Why not an interview with a famous climber,
06/29/2011 - 02:56

who is member of The Hour Lounge, or a Canadian or Swedish Doctor,

I'm sorry I don't know all Lounger's professions, but this is getting a bit 'out-of-bounds' now, isn't it??

I who eat my wife's food and sometimes fast food, or a simple restaurant dinner,

not even knowing the cooks name, see the point in brother Dean's post,

but not in this 'interview'.

Dean you made one of the more 'right on target' posts, for a long time wink

Enough is enough cool

Doc