Cooking On The Couch
Sal Scognamillo is the chef and co-owner of third generation family-run Patsy’s Italian Restaurant. He showed us how he serves up some of the best Italian food in town.
We’re talking baseball food — and not the dirty water dogs you’re thinking of. James Briscione, chef and instructor at the Institute of Culinary Education, visited The Couch to show us a fancy twist on our favorite ballpark foods.
Chef Maria Loi is the chef and owner of the hot spot Loi on the Upper West Side. She stopped by The Couch to show us how to make a simple, healthy souvlaki.
National Macaroni & Cheese Day is this Sunday, July 14th and to celebrate it, we had Chef Rodney Force here to make an out-of-this-world buffalo chicken mac & cheese.
In honor of Lisa Kerney’s birthday, we’re cooking up one of her favorite foods. Greg Sweat, co-pitmaster from the world famous Meat Mitch Barbecue, joined us on The Couch to show us how to whip up Kansas City-style ribs.
Chef Michael Vignola from the Manhattan steakhouse Strip House stopped to make crab cakes that will knock your socks off.
Mark Bailey, personal chef to the stars, always adds his own exotic touch to traditional dishes. He showed us how to add a tasty touch to any holiday cookout.
The Del Frisco’s Grille chef stopped by to make bacon wrapped scallops.
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian of The Lambs Club has tips for planning the perfect wedding night menu.
Boulud Sud Executive Chef Aaron Chambers makes the restaurant’s famous grilled Octopus ‘a la Pancha.’
Celebrity chef Cat Cora always has a lot going on — cookbooks, television shows, restaurants and being a mother to four kids. Cat remains the only female “Iron Chef.” She joined us on The Couch to show us how to make her delicious Pizza Lavash.
Seamus Mullen has gotten rave reviews for his inventive and modern cuisine, but a few years ago his career almost ended after he was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis. But lucky for foodies everywhere, Chef Mullen is back on his feet — literally, and figuratively.
The Italian restaurant Il Bagatto is a fixture in the East Village, thanks to its great vibe and delicious food. The cook and creator of Il Bagatto, Beatrice Tosti di Valminuta, visited The Couch to share one of her great summer pasta recipes.
Bruce Bozzi, Jr. of The Palm restaurant makes us a succulent lobster dish in celebration of National Lobster Day on Saturday, June 15th.
No one wants a hot, sticky kitchen in the summertime. We brought in chef Regina Ragone, M.S., R.D., Food Director of Family Circle magazine to show us how to make “no-heat” dinners that are healthy, quick and easy to make.