Saturday, November 17, 2012

Emma Hearst leaves her NYC kitchen 'to travel'

Emma Hearst
One of the Capital Region's high-profile culinary exports has left the New York City restaurant kitchen she used as a springboard to foodie fame.

Emma Hearst, daughter of Times Union publisher George Hearst and his wife, Chris, a native of Albany, now is out of the kitchen at Sorella, which she and partner Sarah Krathan founded when Emma was just 23, and which has received accolades virtually from day one.

Hearst remains a co-owner, but is telling the food press in the Big Apple she is taking a break to travel -- just what all 27-year-olds can afford to do.

Molly Nickerson, a culinary schoolmate of Hearst and Krathan who has cooked at Sorella before, now is running the kitchen at the Lower East Side establishment.

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