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Eataly Magazine sat down with Chef Dale Talde to talk about his culinary heritage, his new book, and his favorite no-recipe dish.
Talde is the chef and co-owner of Brooklyn’s Talde, Pork Slope, and Thistle Hill Tavern and Jersey City’s Talde Jersey City and Carrino Provisions.
Mario was one of the chefs who inspired me to take up cooking professionally, so this is really an honor.
What inspired your choice of the Dungeness Crab Pancit Palabok as the primo corso at the Birthday Bash?
You also describe in your book the significant moment when your perspective on food shifted from beautiful plating to simple ingredients.
In your soon-to-be-published book, , you dive into your dual identity.A married couple has sued celebrity chef Dale Talde of Fort Lee and his business partners, claiming the chef and his associates borrowed 0,000 for their Jersey City restaurant group under false pretenses and refused to give the money back.Shawn and Alexander Visco of New York City claim Talde's business partner, Anthony Carrino, co-host of HGTV's "Kitchen Cousins," solicited investment funds from them in 2014 for Telco Restaurant Corporation of Jersey City, according to the suit, filed Dec. The 0,000 investment money was to fund construction and purchase of equipment and property for Talde Jersey City and related business ventures, according to the suit.The suit accuses the restaurant group of "concealing and misrepresenting critical facts concerning the entity's investments and operation." The Viscos claim they have demanded banking and financial statements but that Telco failed to provide "substantive information about the status of Telco or the conduct of the managers." In addition to Talde and Carrino, the suit names David Massoni, John Bush and Cinque Terre Group, which is owned by Carrino.The lawsuit accuses the defendants of enriching themselves by using the money in other ventures throughout the tri-state area.