I have 2 videos below: the first is my Cooking Channel appearance, followed by fun behind-the-scenes footage.
The episode is called Cheap East & Drinks and features a step-by-step video recipe of my Portabella Crab Rockerfeller (click here), plus an interview.
To quote Food(ography)'s website write-up: "Great food doesn't have to be overly expensive, and to foodographists there's nothing tastier than a bargain - so count your pocket change because we're on a hunt for the best deals around. From the Brooklyn flea market for great food and finds to the 99 Cent Chef for a cheap and delicious make-at-home meal. Plus, we'll transform fast food into a fancy feast with a few tricks, grab some grub at L.A.'s oldest dive bar, and meet Emily Farris, the Casserole Queen. Don't worry about the bill! Food(ography) is picking up the tab."
The 99 Cent Chef on the Cooking Channel's "Food(ography)" - Video
Play it here. The video runs 2 minutes, 36 seconds.
To view or embed Cooking Channel video from Youtube click here.
It was a quick and fun shoot that was done a couple of months ago. The director, Peter Fowkes, has an excellent sense of humor and played along with some of my hijinks, as you can see in this 2 1/2 minute teaser.
It's a lighthearted behind-the-scenes video to whet your appetite for the real thing -- and no, canned Spam is not an ingredient in my Cooking Channel recipe!
So, check out my fun backstage footage.
Behind-the-Scenes Footage of "Food(ography)" - Video
Play it here. The video runs 2 minutes, 26 seconds.
Food(ography) website, click here.
To view or embed backstage video from Youtube click here.