Cooking On The Couch
Spring is finally here — time to lighten up your wardrobe — and your menu. SHAPE Magazine Contributing Editor, Candice Kumai, stopped by the show us how to add fruits and vegetables to put together a delicious brunch.
Benihana Executive Chef Tony Nemoto showed us how to make the perfect sushi roll and put Carolina, John and Lisa’s skills to the test.
French toast is an all-around favorite for breakfast or brunch, but we’ve come a long way from the classic recipe. Celebrity chef George Duran visited us on The Couch to show us a delicious twist on the indulgent dish.
The iconic Russian Tea Room has a special holiday menu filled with unique dishes. Executive chef Marc Taxiera visited The Couch to prepare one of the special plates:
Celeb caterer Andrea Correale joined us on The Couch to show us how to make the perfect party paella with chicken, shrimp and chorizo.
Jeff Nathan is executive chef and co-owner of Abigael’s on Broadway, the world’s largest Kosher restaurant. He joined us on The Couch with a great Passover recipe, Mango-Date Haroset.
Nothing says comfort food better than a good pie — from sweet fruit pies to classic savory ones like chicken pot pie.
Sam may not like green eggs and ham — but we sure do. In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, we like to eat them here and there. Chef John Keller is the Executive Chef of Dinner on Ludlow (95 Delancey Street.)
When people think of St. Patrick’s Day they think of corned beef, Irish soda bread and beer. So why not shake things up a bit by making some super easy and super delicious Stout and Baileys Cupcakes?
Michael’s owner Michael McCarty and executive chef Kyung Up Lim visited The Couch to prepare one of the restaurant’s signature dishes, Vegetable Jap Chae. Find the recipe below.
By Zio Restorante chef Max Convertini.
NEW YORK (WLNY) – Few foods say “comfort” like potatoes — roasted, boiled, or fried. More: NYC’s 6 Best Potato Dishes Chef Mike Price of West Village hotspot “Market Table” visited The Couch to show […]
If there’s one thing Bruce Bozzi Jr. knows, it’s steak. The guy grew up around it, since his family helped found the world famous The Palm Restaurant.
For Tri-State residents, the extent of Asian cooking is ordering out — but on The Couch, we’re looking to change that.