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South of France Festival - Wine and Food on the East River South of France Festival - Wine and Food on the East River
Join CHIC.TV for a South of France festival celebrating its wine and food on the East River, with Chef Cedric Tovar, Pamela Wittmann, Jamal Rayyis and Marianne Fabre-Lanvin of the Maisons de la Region Languedoc-Roussillon in NYC.
4:00
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The Ambassador Cocktail of Restaurant the Gates, New York The Ambassador Cocktail of Restaurant the Gates, New York
Bar manager Jeffrey Young of The Gates in NYC prepares one of their most popular cocktails The Ambassador using kumquats and Rosemary.
2:24
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Chef Todd English at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Todd English at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Todd English of PBS, Olives and many other restaurants talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
3:28
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Chef Tom Colicchio at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Tom Colicchio at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Tom Colicchio of Top Chef, Craft and many other restaurants talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
1:31
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Iron Chef Cat Cora at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Iron Chef Cat Cora at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Iron Chef Cat Cora talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009.
1:47
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Chef Jacques Papin at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Jacques Papin at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Jacques Papin of PBS and the French Culinary Institute talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
2:30
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Chef Thomas Keller at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Thomas Keller at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Thomas Keller of The French Loundry and many other restaurants talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
1:26
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Susan Ungaro at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Susan Ungaro at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
James Beard Foundation president Susan Ungaro talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
2:40
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Drew Nieporent at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Drew Nieporent at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Culinary entrepreneur Drew Nieporent of the Nobu and many other restaurants talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
2:37
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Chef Ming Tsai at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Ming Tsai at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Ming Tsai of the Blue Ginger and PBS talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
4:01
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Chef Daniel Boulud at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Daniel Boulud at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Danie Boulud of Restaurant Daniel and many other restaurants talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
1:47
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Chef Emeril Lagasse at the  James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Emeril Lagasse at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Emeril Lagasse of Bam! talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
1:33
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Chef Eric Ripert at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009 Chef Eric Ripert at the James Beard Foundation Awards 2009
Chef Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin and many other restaurants talks to Amanda Tice of CHIC.TV.
3:02
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Saint-Tropez Cocktail Recipe Saint-Tropez Cocktail Recipe
A fresh mint and passion fruit cocktail that will make you feel as if you are in the French Riviera, from Aviram Turgeman of Nice Matin restaurant in New York City.
2:50
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Truffles Mac and Cheese Recipe Truffles Mac and Cheese Recipe
One of the prominent culinary shifts today is going back to wholesome American cuisine and Mac and Cheese is known as one of the most familiar American dishes. At Gold Street restaurant Chef Patrick Vaccariello truly embraces this trend and even takes it one step further. His secret ingredient for a superb Mac and Cheese is truffle oil. He also adds brie and cream to make the "cheese" and tops with breadcrumbs to make the dish a bit crunchy.
7:42
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Beet Salad Using Different Types of Beets Beet Salad Using Different Types of Beets
This colorful and tasty salad comprised of three kinds of roasted beets, fried goat cheese balls, boiled kumquats, Greek yogurt vinaigrette, sugary roasted nuts and more. The recipe, presented by Chef Sam DeMarco of Fireside restaurant and CHIC.TV's Marlie Hall, has several steps and quite worth the effort.
13:58
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Lobster Cooked with Stella Beer Lobster Cooked with Stella Beer
Lobster with beer? Makes sense, doesn't it? But hey, it's also one of the signature dishes offered by executive chef Neville Stoddart Jr. of Markt restaurant, a meatpacking district icon that just moved to Chelsea and continues to promote authentic Belgian cuisine.
9:24
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Moroccan Style Roasted Lamb Sandwich Moroccan Style Roasted Lamb Sandwich
Moroccan cuisine contains influences from every corner of the Mediterranean: Mores, Berbers, Spanish and Jews. Later on the French cuisine added its own finesse. Adopting to America, Moroccan cusine introduced by Chef Lahcen Ksiyer takes a NYC icon, the roast beef sandwich, and infuses it with Moroccan influences, thus the Roasted Lamb Sandwich is born. Join the chef and Marlie Hall as they show CHIC.TV how to prepare this picnic dish.
9:45
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Foie Gras with Lychee Jalapeno Salad and Lychee Caramel Foie Gras with Lychee Jalapeno Salad and Lychee Caramel
Foie Gras, the most delectable appetizer one could dream of. Take charge of your kitchen and learn how to cook a simple and delightful dish that will dazzle your guests! Prepared by Chef Cedric Tovar of the Peacock Alley Restaurant and CHIC.TV's Carolyn Jennings.
8:38
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Brazilian Risotto Recipe Brazilian Risotto Recipe
Chef Flavia Amaral of the French Brazilian restaurant Buzina Pop prepares her favorite dish, risotto with a special Brazilian cured chopped beef.
8:54
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