Chef Eric Greenspan, Short Order Cook

Chef Eric Greenspan is a lot of things – he’s loud for one.  When he came into our studio the other day we realized that endless mic adjustments didn’t do anything – he’s just loud.  He’s also wickedly funny.   It was one of those interviews that started with one thing (his kugel, which he now has on his menu at The Foundry) and ended with something totally different.  It turns out that this French trained chef who has worked with David Bouley and Alain Ducasse, and who was the Executive Chef at Patina, started his career as a short order cook.  Here’s his hilarious story about making hollandaise sauce… to order:

Chef Eric Greenspan Short Order Cook

Hear Eric’s full interview with Evan this Saturday on Good Food…

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