The Kitchen hosts share simple, seasonal dinners for every night of the week. Jeff Mauro starts with his Cavatelli with Asparagus, Lemon and Fresh Ricotta. Then Sunny Anderson whips up a family-friendly Easy Wedge Salad, and Geoffrey Zakarian makes a winner, winner Wednesday dinner with his Black Sea Bass En Papillote. Alex Guarnaschelli elevates freezer fixes with her quick and creamy Spring Pea Soup, and Katie Lee Biegel brings the fun for build-your-own bowl night with her Sheet Pan Shrimp and Veggie Bowl. Geoffrey wraps things up with a quick and simple sweet, Magic Mousse.
Episode 1: Food Forecast / Episode 2: Winter Weeknight Wins / Episode 3: Step Up the Savings / Episode 4: Breakfast All Day / Episode 5: Ooey-Gooey Goodness / Episode 6: Stadium Staples / Episode 7: Sweet Ways to Celebrate / Episode 8: Dinner in a Pinch / Episode 9: Skillets, Bakes and Casseroles / Episode 10: Classics Worth Cooking / Episode 11: Starch Madness / Episode 12: Recipes by Request / Episode 13: Spring to It!
The Kitchen Show Summary
The Kitchen is an American cooking-themed talk show that airs on Food Network. The series is presented by Food Network chefs Sunny Anderson (Cooking for Real) and Jeff Mauro (Sandwich King) as well as chef Katie Lee, Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian and Iron Chef Alex Guarnaschelli. The series premiered on January 4, 2014.
The Kitchen FAQ
Does the kitchen have a real audience?
There were five rows of chairs, about six seats across, so the audience for each taping is minimal. The chairs are fairly close together, and there isn’t really optimal viewing from every seat, so you may find yourself watching the large tv screen in the room more than you’re watching the actual people.
Where do the hosts of the kitchen live?
Where does Sunny Anderson live? According to Food Network, the 45-year-old lives in Sunset Park, Brooklyn outside of Manhattan. Back in 2013, she showed off her stunning home kitchen there to Food Network Magazine.