Michael Symon shows that a crowd-pleasing meal can come together in a snap, and his secret weapon is Grilled Pork Tenderloin. Watch Michael visit his butcher to see exactly where the pork tenderloin comes from, and to purchase slab bacon for his delicious Braised Cabbage side dish. To drink, a pitcher full of refreshing Cucumber Jalapeno Margarita.
Michael Symon elevates a weeknight braise with his fork-tender Braised Veal Shanks, topped with gremolata and served with Shaved Asparagus Salad on the side. A visit to a local knifemaker helps him breeze through his veg prep even faster. For dessert, Michael visits the farmer's market for fresh peaches that inspire his warm Peach Almond Crumble.
Michael Symon has a delicious game plan for his next party: mezze! Join Michael as he sources fresh ingredients from a garden in the sky. On the roof of a New York restaurant, this is farm-to-table in the extreme! Featuring Greek almond dip (Skordalia), golden Zucchini Fritters (Keftedes), Roasted Cauliflower and an Ouzo Lemon Spritzer inspired by the rooftop garden's refreshing mojito.
Everything is better with bacon! Michael Symon celebrates the virtues of bacon in a surprisingly balanced menu that includes dessert! Join Michael as he visits his butcher for house-smoked bacon to use in his Double Trouble Meatloaf, Peas and Bacon, and fudgey Bacon and Pecan Brownies. Don't miss his tour of an artisanal chocolate factory as he sources the perfect bittersweet bar for those brownies.
Go hog wild with Michael Symon as the chef pays tribute to one of his favorite foods: pork. There's a bacon vinaigrette on his Spinach Salad with mushrooms, and he finishes the salad with a farm fresh fried egg he picks up on a visit to a community farm. Then Michael goes whole-hog with a Pork Pie filled with ground pork, bacon and potatoes, all baked in a traditional lard crust. That flaky crust is equally delicious with sweet fillings, like Chef Symon's bubbly Apple Pie.
Michael Symon shares his love of one-pot wonders like his luscious Pot Roast, beef brisket braised in beer then topped with mint, lemon zest, and a spicy Celery Giardiniera. To serve alongside, Michael visits the farmer's market for freshly ground polenta, and explores a local distillery where he picks up gin for a Negroni.
Michael Symon invites a friend over for dinner and drinks, but first he visits his favorite beer shop for the perfect IPA. The beer adds flavor and character to his Bloody Beer cocktail-nice and spicy with horseradish and jalapeno. Next up, Slow Roasted Beets with Buttermilk Blue Cheese, Watercress and Toasted Walnuts. For the main course, Chicken Thighs roasted with Kale and marcona almonds. Michael's buddy is going to love it, and so will you!
Burgers, fries, Michael Symon and Bobby Flay -- sounds like the perfect combo meal! Michael travels to Brooklyn for some small-batch ice cream so Bobby can share his milkshake secrets. Then the two friends share tips on the perfect burger, and Bobby helps out with Michael's signature Lola Fries with Rosemary.
Get out your beach chairs, Michael Symon is cooking a Cleveland-style clambake! Michael visits his friends at the Lobster Place for the freshest seafood, then invites his chef buddy Jonathan Waxman over and kicks things off with a Beer Mojito and Grilled Oysters. The clambake continues with corn, sausage, clams and shrimp, all cooked up in a spicy wine broth. Chef Jonathan Waxman whips up a warm potato salad, a new take on an old classic and Michael shows the perfect dessert to bring this party together: an easy lime granita served with fresh watermelon. Time for some backyard fun!
Michael Symon shows you everything you need to know about cooking in affordable cast iron pans, with delicious recipes and easy tips that will keep your pan in top performance, year after year. Chef Symon prepares his Cast Iron Ground Beef Pie, topped with creamy mashed potatoes and served with a simple arugula salad with red grapes and honey vinaigrette. For dessert, Michael swings by the farmers' market for another cast iron recipe, Blueberry Cobbler.
Michael Symon's parents are in the kitchen, stirring up memories and Mom's best recipes. First up, one of Mama Symon's specialities: Italian Braised Beef with Root Vegetables and Rigatoni. On the side, Greek Feta and Cucumber Salad. For dessert, another Greek classic: Baklava. Did Michael behave as a child? Can the Iron Chef keep up with Mom on her signature recipes? Tune in to find out!
Michael Symon invites his sister over for dinner and a casual cooking lesson. Brick Grilled Chicken and Grilled Corn Salad make a simple, delicious meal his sister can serve her family on the busiest of weeknights. For dessert, Bruleed Banana Split with Whiskey Caramel is a childhood favorite with a grown-up twist.
Michael Symon and his wife, Liz, share recipes for their favorite holiday, Thanksgiving. The focus is on tempting supporting players, sides and dessert made to steal the show. Roasted Brussels Sprouts with a bacon, mustard and walnut vinaigrette is a show-stopper year after year and Michael's Cornbread and Wild Rice Dressing with Pine Nuts and Parsley never disappoints. For dessert, Sweet Pumpkin Strudel with Phyllo bridges the couple's family culinary traditions. Bonus recipes include Cranberry Sauce with Bourbon, Vanilla Bean and Orange, plus Michael's recipe for a juicy, flavorful bird.
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