Because we're hungry AND nosy, we invaded the homes of seven of DC’s best chefs to see what we could find in the fridge. We expected all sorts of gourmet goodness (and to be sure there was some), but you might be surprised to find out they have some of the same guilty pleasures as the rest of us.
Chef Aaron Silverman
Chef Silverman hasn’t opened his fridge for months (that'll happen when you're running one of America's best new restaurants). Without his roommate to stock it, the guy would go hungry. His foodie friend Sam Hiersteiner also helps by handing over homemade napa cabbage kimchee and fish pepper hot sauce. But if you really want to win over Chef Silverman, toss him some Frank’s RedHot or Miller High Life.