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8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair

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The chef reveals his love for pasta and more

Scott Conant, judge of Food Network's Chopped, is the chef of the new Italian restaurant the Ponte in Beverly Grove.

Chef Scott Conant twirls his pasta like a boss. His right hand angled, the fork at 20 degrees — the movement is fluid and effortless, like he’s tumbling a quarter along his knuckles.

The chef of the new Italian restaurant the Ponte in Beverly Grove is sitting at a table at Cento, the pasta-focused lunchtime pop-up inside of Mignon in downtown L.A. that’s run by Avner Lavi, a former pasta cook at Bestia and Sotto. Conant is dressed in a tailored, three-piece, navy suit, with his signature auburn mane brushed straight up and back. (If he decides to leave the culinary world, he could have a second career as a spokesman for a shampoo company. The hair hasn’t elicited its own Twitter profile yet, but Conant says there was a hashtag.)

“Hey, I woke up like this,” he says. “Just remember I have the intellectual property on my hair.”

Cento

Conant digs into a beet pasta, one of Lavi’s specialties, made with a dry pasta and a sauce of roasted beets, poppy seed, and brown butter. Twirl, bite, wipe, repeat. He is through a quarter of the bowl before he comes up for air, his napkin a crime scene of smeared fuchsia and poppy seeds. This is the first hour of a three-restaurant, eight-hour, 18-bowl pasta crawl for Conant, who is known best for his pasta al pomodoro, a humble bowl of spaghetti, tomato, and basil.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


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8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


8 Hours and 18 Bowls of Pasta with Chef Scott Conant, the 'Chopped' Judge With the Really Good Hair - Recipes


Apparently, an artist's t-shirts emblazoned with "eat more kale" "is likely to cause confusion of the public and dilutes the distinctiveness of Chick-fil-A's intellectual property and diminishes its value."

Eat more kale. Eat mor chikin. Yup. Exact same sentence. Exact same sentiment. Come on, man!

Remember Phoebe Cates? She puts half-and-half in her espresso. Huh. But she cooks! (I find the whole Grub Street Diet column fascinating.)

More celebrities: GQ hates Gwyneth Paltrow, her cookbook, and her pizza oven. Personally, I kinda like Goop. I don't think she's purposely pretentious - it just comes naturally.

Anyone out there watching The Next Iron Chef on Food Network? I had several requests to recap it, but I'm already doing Top Chef. After doing Rocco's Dinner Party AND Next Food Network Star simultaneously, I was ready for the boobie hatch. Anyhoo. Chef Eddie Huang is recapping NIC for Eater. he's pretty entertaining. And possibly on crack.

I've mentioned before that the chats on Serious Eats can be pretty entertaining. And educational. In a recent discussion on shoplifting, I learned that Preparation H suppositories are popular items to steal. Apparently coke addicts stuff them up their noses to relieve irritation.

Posted by theminx on Minxeats.com.


Watch the video: Scott Conant on The Scarpetta Cookbook (July 2022).


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