Celebrity chefs and Food & Wine Magazine staff on top of Aspen Mountain.
Photo: Galdones Photography/Food & Wine
Johnny Iuzzini, right, head judge of Bravo’s Top Chef Just Desserts, and Jamie Bissonette, chef-owner of Coppa in Boston, man a dessert station at a late-night dessert party.
Danny Bowien, chef of Mission Chinese in San Francisco and New York City and a Food & Wine magazine Best New Chef this year, serves food in the Grand Tasting tent.
Justin Brunson, chef-owner of Old Major in Denver, prepares porchetta at a National Pork Producers party.
Food & Wine magazine Best New Chefs, from left: Jamie Malone of Sea Change in Minneapolis; Andy Ticer and Michael Hudman of Andrew Michael Italian Kitchen in Memphis, Tenn.; and Chris Shepherd of Underbelly in Houston, celebrate at the top of Aspen Mountain.
Marc Murphy, chef-owner of Landmarc and Ditch Plains in New York City, serves pasta.
Daniel Holzman, left, and Michael Chernow, owners of The Meatball Shop restaurants in New York City, relax at a tequila after-party.
From left: New York City restaurateur Drew Nieporent; Boston chef and restaurateur Ken Oringer; and New York-based chef and Top Chef head judge Tom Colicchio share a trade-only lunch between sessions of the American Express Restaurant Trade Program.
Michel Nischan, left, chef of The Dressing Room in Westport, Conn., and Stephanie Izard, chef-owner of The Girl and the Goat in Chicago,
Jacques Pépin and his daughter Claudine serve haricots verts and steak au poivre at the trade-only luncheon.
Chicago celebrity chef and restaurateur Rick Bayless serves chilaquiles with housemade créma during a trade-only breakfast, part of the American Express Restaurant Trade Program.
Ming Tsai, left, chef-owner of Blue Ginger in Wellesley, Mass., and Chicago chef-restaurateur Grant Achatz of Alinea, Next and The Aviary
Los Angeles chefs Ricardo Zarate, left, of Mo-Chica, Picca and Paiche and Susan Feniger of Street