Monday, May 28, 2012
Homewood's record breaking, iconic chef has more than a history of lawsuits, as documented by H-F Patch.
Homewood's Chef Jeff Goldfarb, commonly known as the "Worlds Tallest Chef" or more simply, "Chef Jeff," was in the spotlight this week thanks to his conflict with Tri Delta sorority house at Northwestern University. However, Chef Jeff has been featured on Homewood-Flossmoor Patch a couple times before for his culinary prowess. In our first feature on the towering kitchen master, we offered a profile on Chef Jeff. In a follow up feature, Chef Jeff walks readers through a recipe for "acid chicken." Read Sorority Loses its Taste for 'World's Tallest Chef' and Now He Wants to Sue
Monday, March 5, 2012
A preview of some of this week's upcoming events.
YOU CAN FIND MOST OF THESE EVENTS AND POST YOUR OWN ON OUR PATCH CALENDAR When/where? 7:30 p.m. at Flossmoor Village Hall Western Ave School is looking to create a new parking lot and playground, the village is changing banks and the board will be awarding a sewer cleaning and televising contract all during tonight's village board meeting. When/where? 10 a.m. at Homewood Public Library "Through this great discussion-oriented workshop, attendees will discover a new way to be in control of their health, and live the life they WANT to live." When/where? 7 p.m. at Prairie State College Of focus this week: "Understanding Microsoft Windows Properties, Using Hot Keys and Office Ribbons" When/where? 4 p.m. at World of Enrichment "Providing kids …
Saturday, January 28, 2012
Homewood resident and author of Ann’s Cooking From Scratch, Ann Moser, will be giving a presentation on healthy eating at the Homewood Library on Sunday, Jan. 29.
Sunday, January 30, 2011
Join us with a look back on the week with the best five articles on your Homewood-Flossmoor Patch.
From national attention on Chevrolet of Homewood’s new celebrity car salesman to professionally prepared cuisine, here are our top five stories from the week. 1. Homewood-Flossmoor Patch was able to get an exclusive interview with John Stone, the car salesman who sparked national attention after getting fired for wearing a Packers tie to work. Chevrolet of Homewood turned his luck around by offering him a job the morning after being fired. Since then Stone has sold cars to customers from Wisconsin to California. Oh, and he is keeping the tie. Read more here. 2. Homewood School District 153 held a special PTA meeting to explain just how important the tax referendum they seek is. Citizens for Homewood Schools Co-chair Tom Dockweiler says …
Saturday, January 29, 2011
Chef Jeff Goldfarb shares a sensuous recipe for his 'Acid Chicken' — a perfect Valentine's Day dinner to cook for that special someone.
Jeff Goldfarb’s cooking has taken him all across the nation, from Alaska to Hawaii but this Homewood native’s title of World’s Tallest Chef has led him to numerous television and radio appearances. Starting today, Patch.com is introducing the first of an ongoing series of exclusive segments for the south suburbs with recipes and cooking demos by Chef Jeff, the tallest chef (at 7 feet tall) in the world. "This is a very aromatic, sexy and romantic recipe. While the chopping can be labor intensive, the meal is relatively simple. Recommended for couples on a romantic date night, to share in the cooking and eating. Best of all, it's healthy!" -Chef Jeff Goldfarb 4 whole thawed Cornish hens, cleaned and washed 2 tbsp of chopped capers with …
Thursday, January 6, 2011
The "World's Tallest Chef" talks about volunteering to teach children good eating habits.
Having lived in Homewood most of his life, it's fitting that Chef Jeff Goldfarb also got his start in the cooking business here. His first job in food was at a Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurant located where the Starbucks in downtown Homewood now stands. He's come a long way since then. He's cooked for surfing icon Dick Brewer, Mr. T and ABC-7 sports anchor Mark Giangreco. Goldfarb's culinary passion and talent have taken him from Kauai to Alaska. Yet, no matter who he cooks for or where he travels, Goldfarb can't seem to outgrow one specific title: He's the world's tallest chef. Goldfarb is an even seven feet tall, an altitude that is supported by size 20 shoes. Nearly too big for the ceiling above him, Goldfarb requires items such as …