Nate Appleman: Here in New York, With a "One-Way Ticket"
While Appleman prefers not to say who he's been meeting with, and only that he decided to come to New York for "personal and professional reasons," he offers that he's "interested in cooking rustic Italian food and aligning myself with great people I want to be working with everyday. If it's my own thing, great, if not, great as well." While he has no idea when we can expect to see him in a kitchen -- his or anyone else's -- he's pretty sure he'll be doing a guest chef appearance at Motorino, where he ate last night. "It's still in the works," he says. "Follow my Twitters."