A repast suitable for Dracula himself, chef Daniel Bonnot in New Orleans prepares his Halloween treat: Black Widow’s Web (Black Bean Soup), Picked-Fresh-on-Full-Moon Graveyard Salad (Fresh Greens), Roasted Baby Bat (Veal-stuffed Quail), King Trout’s Mummy (Trout with Leeks, Onions, and Ricard, Wrapped in Phyllo), Witches’ Cauldron Soufflé (Pumpkin Soufflé in a Baby Pumpkin), and Dracula’s Bite of Delight (Chocolate Mousse with Caramelized Pastry). 1 hour.
Close the year by sharing with international chefs the favorite holiday dishes they remember from their childhoods in their homelands. France, Germany, England, and Portugal join Louisiana´s Cajun country on the program. Among the dishes are Christmas Pudding from England, Roast Goose from Germany, Stuffed Roast Capon and Tortellini from Italy, and Bûche de Noël from France. 60 minutes.
A Holiday Package including Thanksgiving, Christmas & New Year’s.
A Southwest Thanksgiving Feast, An International Holiday Table, and Great Chefs Appetizers.
Great Chefs Zarela Martinez (Zarela/New York), Bobby Flay (Mesa Grill/New York), Mark Miller (Coyote Café/Santa Fe), Lynne Aronson (Lola/New York), and Mark Hollger (Santa Fe/New Orleans) prepare dishes with a Mexican flair, and show how to add a Mexican twist to familiar dishes. 1 hour.
Narrated by late great jazz trumpet player Al Hirt, and featuring Emeril Lagasse. An entertaining look at the New Orleans tradition of jazz brunches. Historial footage, rare interviews, and over 20 on-camera recipes, including Crabcakes and Eggs (Mr. B’s/New Orleans), Grillades and Grits (Andrea’s/Metairie), and drinks like the Mimosa and Café Brulot. 1 hour.
A look at Oriental cooking techniques and dishes with Great Chefs Susanna Foo (Susanna Foo/Philadelphia), Elka Gilmore (Elka Gilmore/San Francisco), Lawrence Chu and James Liou (Chef Chu’s/Los Altos), Chris Yeo (Straits Café/San Francisco), and James and Frank Wong (Trey Yuen/Mandeville, LA). From initial preparation to final presentation, these chefs show how to master Oriental cooking techniques. 1 hour.
Alex Delicata, chef for L.L. Bean in Freeport, Maine, headlines an hour-long special featuring some of America´s favorite outdoor feasts ‚Äì among them, an Ole Miss football tailgate party, a lobster and clam bake in Nantucket, whitewater rafting in Idaho, bonefishing in the Florida Keys, a Louisiana golf tournament crawfish boil, and a Georgia fire company´s barbecue. 60 minutes.
One hour of incredible seafood dishes from Great Chefs around the country, including BBQ shrimp and the first, exclusive, inside visit to world-famous 80-year-old Bozo’s Seafood in New Orleans. 1 hour.
Featuring seven southwest chefs who prepare nine dishes for a complete menu that celebrates the traditional holiday in new ways, including Sweet Potato Bisque with Avocado, Pear, and Lime; Roast Wild Turkey; Maple-Pecan Sweet Potato Pie, and Pumpkin-Chocolate Cheesecake. 60 minutes