big Chef Bill Fuller breaks down the inspiration for big Burrito’s new Modern Italian restaurant, and shares recipes from two of the opening dishes.
big Burrito is bringing modern Italian to Fox Chapel this spring.
My oldest child is a high school senior. As we move into December, I realize that we are crashing into lasts. Last Time We Decorate the Tree together. Last House Decoration Session. And Last Cookie Baking Session.
Chef Bill Fuller’s very first article for Eat.big outlines his Thanksgiving strategies, including recipes for turkey with stuffing, gravy, Brussels sprouts with aged Virginia ham, homemade cranberry sauce, crème brûlée and pear/apple crisp/cobbler. Like these enduring dishes, his T-Day battle plan still holds sway in the Fuller household.
This is the Silver Anniversary of Mad Mex. I often get asked about the secret to Mad Mex. Why do so many people like Mad Mex? What makes it continue to attract new customers while retaining current customers. My “short” answer is that Mad Mex appeals to everyone. Kids, teens, young adults, young professionals, dating couples, young families, mature families. Everyone can feel comfortable at Mad Mex. How do I know this? At this point, I have lived almost all those categories.
When my daughter first started eating solid foods, she ate pretty much everything we gave her. My pride knew that her advanced and adventurous palate reflected my passion for food. “Of course big Chef Bill Fuller’s firstborn eats everything! She was exposed in the womb to all sorts of deliciousness and her tastes evolved and solidified before she took a breath! She will be my lifelong adventurous eating buddy.”