Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking, Season 1
Come along on a mouthwatering ride and catch the spirit of pop-up cooking events with Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking.
Emmy®-nominated for Outstanding Culinary Series and winner of both Telly and TASTE Awards, Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking is hosted by Pete Evans, Australia's top celebrity chef. Follow Pete on a culinary journey across America as he teams up with the country's most innovative chefs to source the finest regional ingredients and create a multicourse feast for friends.
In Season One, learn cooking tips and techniques from our talented chefs, including Jacques Pepin, Marcus Samuelsson, and Tom Douglas, and how you can interpret their flavorful dishes in your own kitchen. Watch as diners sit down to enjoy these spectacular meals hosted in unique places, from a secluded sea cover and California vineyard to a New England farm and Manhattan rooftop with an amazing skyline view. You'll want a seat at the table!
Season 1 Episodes include…
Seattle: Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau
San Francisco: Jeffrey Saad and Cortney Burns
Millstone Farm with Jacques Pepin, Bill Taibe, and Tim Lebant
The Culinary Institute of America with Marc and Larry Forgione
Westport, MA with Chris Schlesinger And Doc Willoughby
Providence, Rhode Island with Matt Jennings and Ken Oringer
Outstanding In The Field with Ravi Kapur
Seattle with Maria Hines and Holly Smith
Ginny's Supper Club with Marcus Samuelsson and Jonathan Waxman
Scribe Winery with Christopher Kostow and The Wise Sons
Duxbury, Ma with Jeremy Sewell and Barton Seaver
Davis Family Winery with Duskie Estes and Mark Stark
New York City with Matt Lightner, Anita Lo and Andy Ricker
Special Features include…
- Printable recipes include Spicy Thai Coconut Sauce, Balinese Chicken, Lobster Chowder, Fennel-Parmesan Fritters, Roasted Carrot Salad, Lemongrass Panna Cotta, and many more!
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