Irma Rombauer, author of The Joy Of Cooking, was an accomplished home baker. Make her Pecan or Angel slices for your holiday cookie swap or your Christmas dessert table.
Food Network chef and author Sunny Anderson joined us to show us some ideas for last minute get-togethers and holiday parties.
Actor and celebrity chef Reed Alexander joined us to talk about his new book KewlBites and show us some of his favorite holiday desserts.
Franck Deletrain, Executive Chef of Brasserie 8 ½, joined us to prepare a filet of fluke with lobster mousseline, yellow chives and wilted kale.
Carrie Morey’s Black Pepper Biscuits will give your Thanksgiving table just the right amount of Southern flair and keep your family running for more.
Heather Bertinetti, author of “Bake It, Don’t Fake It!”, shares her coconut shortbread cookie recipe.
Carla Hall shares her famous chicken pot pie recipe that she made on Top Chef.
Want a home-cooked meal, but can’t cook? Jessica Seinfeld’s book has more than a 100 step by step recipes that can help you become a “can cook” in no time. Try her simple roasted eggplant and cherry tomato recipe tonight!
Stephanie and Tony Tantillo with this colorful chicken dish sure to brighten up your dinner table.
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.
A noted New York chef is at the helm of a brand new restaurant in Chelsea.
Stephanie and Tony Tantillo show how to make this light and delicious dish.
Don’t just watch Top Chef—become one. New York City has practically as many cooking schools as restaurants, but these are our favorites. And even if you don’t become a top chef, you’ll at least learn how to stop fearing your fridge and start loving your oven.
Melissa Lanz gave up a career in marketing to follow her dream to make better family meals. It led to her book called ‘The Fresh 20,’ a step-by-step guide on how to turn 20 fresh ingredients into a week’s worth of fresh meals for the family.
Don’t cry fowl over your old chicken recipe! Try this chicken dish from Tony and Stephanie.