Now that it’s spring, restaurants are busy switching their menus to lighter dishes.
March 19 is National Poultry Day, so what better way to celebrate than with some delicious chicken.
St. Patrick’s Day is the perfect time to feast on corned beef and cabbage, but there’s no reason you can’t round off the meal with a sweet treat.
Daina Falk, known as The Hungry Fan, joins us on The Couch with some quick and easy March Madness recipes with an Irish twist.
Vic Rallo, host of “Eat! Drink! Italy!” on PBS, stopped by The Couch to get us ready for National Meatball Day.
In case you didn’t know, March 4 is National Pancake Day.
“‘The Wolf Of Wall Street’ movie is all about decadence and over-the-top ridiculousness, so the food here is inspired by the same,” Chef Julian Proujansky said.
Nothing hits the spot better than a delicious bowl of chili, especially on a cold winter day, and there are plenty of ways to enjoy the all-American favorite.
Food Network chef and author Sunny Anderson joined us to show us some ideas for last minute get-togethers and holiday parties.
Franck Deletrain, Executive Chef of Brasserie 8 ½, joined us to prepare a filet of fluke with lobster mousseline, yellow chives and wilted kale.
James Briscione, chef instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, joined us this morning with some ideas for fixing a Thanksgiving mishap.
Families everywhere were getting ready to sit down to a Thanksgiving feast on Thursday.
Cooking On The Couch takes on Thanksgiving desserts with Susan Westmoreland, food director for “Good Housekeeping.”
Chef and owner of The Musket Room, Matt Lambert, shows The Couch this New Zealand inspired dish.
Lobster is considered a staple of any summer menu, but the autumn is actually one of the best times of the year for fresh lobster. At Redeye Grill in Midtown, they have a lobster speciality that is perfect for the colder temperatures. Chef Jawn Chasteen joined us to prepare a Lobster Pot Pie.