The comedian talks about her raunchy humor on and off-set, and she discovers what a whole shrimp looks like.
The Top Chef judge bristles at the idea of a “celebrity chef.” He’s also created more than a few on his show. We talk about the role of TV for chefs today, and the future of restaurants after COVID-19.
Cooking was the first thing Jamie Oliver was good at. Dozens of cookbooks, TV shows, and restaurants later, he tells his story.
Richard Blais started his culinary career "hiding" in the kitchen at McDonald's. Now he's a regular on cooking TV shows. But he had to relearn everything he knew about cooking to make it on TV.
Today we nerd out Sporkful style with Food Network star Alton Brown on everything from scrambled eggs to popcorn to how his recent divorce changed the way he cooks and eats.