Cooking On The Couch
Kimchi is the heart and soul of Korean cuisine. Chef Judy Joo, the host of Cooking Channel’s “Korean Food Made Simple,” stops by The Couch to show us how to make this delicious side dish.
The man who some call the “bionic chef” stopped by The Couch Wednesday to share his story and cook up one of his favorites dishes — hangar steak and grilled “Montana Mex” tomatoes.
March 19 is National Poultry Day, so what better way to celebrate than with some delicious chicken.
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.
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.
Chef Barbara Sibley from La Palapa restaurant in the East Village joined us to celebrate the Day of the Dead, the Mexican celebration where the deceased are toasted with food, booze and dancing.
Chef Dean Sheremet has worked in the kitchens of hot spots like Nobu 57 and Jean-Georges. He joined us on The Couch to show us some healthy and delicious autumn recipes, such as oven-roasted pear with whipped vanilla ginger yogurt.
Check out this Greek paella cooking demonstration with Chef Michael Psilakis, owner of MP Taverna, which has locations in Astoria, Roslyn and Irvington.
Luigi Olinto, a New York City police officer and the owner of BGR The Burger Joint in Mount Kisco, shows us how to cook up several specialty burgers.
Making a good ceviche means not only selecting the freshest seafood, but selecting the right sauce or salsa to bring out all the flavors. Chef Victor Flores, of Midtown’s Joe Allen restaurant, visited us with his take on the classic dish.
There are simple ways to prepare healthy, traditional Hispanic dishes without sacrificing the flavor. Chef Leticia Schwartz, author of “The Brazilian Kitchen” visited us to make Black Bean and Sausage Soup.
Labor Day cooking with celebrity caterer Andrea Correale of Elegant Affairs. She’s showing us a frankfurter bar and what you can do with the remainder of your summer veggies.
Amanda Freitag is one of New York’s most celebrated chefs. She’s a judge on the Food Network series ‘Chopped,’ and she’s even battled Bobby Flay on ‘Iron Chef.’