What does MasterChef judge and restaurateur Joe Bastianich make to bring him luck in the New Year?
As part of our Holiday Eats series, we joined Bastianich in the kitchen of his famous New York City market Eataly as he prepared chicken involtini, which Bastianich says is simple to make, flavorful, and best of all, healthy. During the video Bastianich shares what holidays are like for his family and explains why they always cook lentils for luck on New Year's Eve.
The holiday season is all about family time, traditions and great food.
For our second annual Holiday Eats series, TVGuide.com has lined up some great chefs, including MasterChef's Joe Bastianich, Rachael Ray, Tom Colicchio and more, as they share cooking tips and even teach television stars like Royal Pains' Mark Feuerstein and Fran Drescher how to make their favorite dishes.
Home cooks can't ask for anyone much more motivating than MasterChef's latest winner.
On Monday's Season 3 finale, Christine Ha beat out Josh Marks to win the title of MasterChef, a cookbook deal and a $250,000 grand prize. It's an inspiring feat, not only because Christine is blind ...
The third season of Masterchef isn't finished yet, but Fox is already going back in the kitchen for a fourth serving of the cooking competition series.
The series, featuring executive producer and judge Gordon Ramsay in addition to judges Joe Bastianich and Graham Elliot Bowles, sees contestants from across the country compete for...
Capping off a two-hour finale Tuesday night, MasterChef named its Season 2 winner, Jennifer Behm, who beat out fellow finalists Adrien Nieto and Christian Collins for the title.
"I definitely will not pass up champagne this time," Behm tells TVGuide.com. The Delaware realtor had notoriously skipped out on a champagne-sipping reward during the competition and opted to cook alongside her rivals, risking elimination. "We actually have a whole case of Joe [Bastianich]'s prosecco from one of his vineyards to celebrate the evening and have a good time."