The Kitchen Essentials of a Chef Who’s Cooked in 5 Michelin-Starred Restaurants
This is Chef Staples, where professional chefs prepare the equipment they couldn’t cook without. This week: Chef Myles Moody from Kinship Butchery and Diverses.
An Atlanta-born chef who cooked a storm in New York restaurants returns to his old turf to add another grocery project to his impressive résumé. Myles Moody and Rachael Pack – a chef, writer, sommelier and director – will be opening Kinship Butchery and Sundry in the Virginia-Highlands neighborhood of Atlanta this March. The project will serve as a marketplace for food and drink lovers to buy everything from wine to meat, as well as produce and sandwiches. The couple will source their products from local producers, with an emphasis on highlighting sustainable food practices such as regenerative farming and organic farming.
Moody’s turn to kinship follows a long career as a chef among some of the world’s best chefs in some highly acclaimed restaurants. In Atlanta, Moody worked with James Beard Award-winning chef Linton Hopkins in his Holeman and Finch restaurants, as well as the now-closed Eugene restaurant. After moving to New York, Moody spent time in five Michelin-starred restaurants: Atera, Blue Hill, Blue Hill in Stone Barns, Eleven Madison Park, and Aska. Moody let us into the equipment he can’t live without while working in the kitchen.
Staedtler Lumocolor Permanent Marker
“After suffering from the slow fall of an apron loaded with various bulky markings, I have found my oasis in the efficiency of this marker over time. This pen is durable, waterproof, smudge-proof and with a fine tip good enough for documents signing and writing prescriptions. I’m a pen, that’s important, I promise. “
price: $ 13 for four
F. Thick 12 inch honing bar
“The most important thing in a kitchen is a sharp knife. This is great steel to put on the stone in the meantime to get a good, sharp edge without removing as much of the blade and leaving residue.”
price: $ 115
Blundstone # 558 Chelsea Boot
“Because everyone needs a sturdy pair of boots that will stand the test of time!”
price: $ 200
Timex Waterbury Classic 40mm leather watch
“The first watch I bought was a Timex. (My father was more of a fossil man. I’ll let you read what you want from it.) I like the classic and no-nonsense design, plus it’s waterproof and tough which makes it an easy choice to stay on time. “
price: $ 82
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