Chef Alisa Reynolds returns to The Talk to promote her Los Angeles restaurant My Two Cents. Whether catering private events for Nike, President Obama or the Sundance Film Festival, Alisa is known for putting her intricate spin on classic favorites and European staples. At her restaurant, Alisa has curated a menu of traditional soul food in a healthy and organic environment. Alisa aims to show that soul food can evolve without losing its comfort factor and flavor.
Chef Josh Stone joins The Talk to promote his restaurant, Fat Sal’s Deli. The restaurant is the vision of three friends from New York: Josh (our guest), Sal Capek (Fat Sal) and Jerry Ferrara (played Turtle on the HBO series “Entourage”). These men set out with the goal of bringing mouth-watering, over-the-top food to hungry and service savvy people all over the world.
Gesine Bullock-Prado returns to THE TALK for a cooking segment and to promote her new cookbook "Let Them Eat Cake." Gesine is a renowned pastry chef and author of the baking memoir, "My Life from Scratch" as well as five cookbooks, including her latest.
Chef Enzo Febbraro is the Executive Chef of Allegro at Wynn Las Vegas. Enzo is best known for creating classic Italian-American dishes from Italy's freshest ingredients.
Chef David Guas returns to "The Talk" for a Memorial Day cooking segment. David is here to promote his newest cookbook "Grill Nation: 200 Surefire Recipes, Tips, and Techniques to Grill Like a Pro" and his restaurant Bayou Bakery, Coffee Bar & Eatery in Arlington, VA and Washington DC.
Chef and restaurateur Graham Elliot returns to The Talk for a cooking segment. His last appearance was 9/8/2014. Graham is best known as "the nice guy" judge on FOX's "MasterChef" alongside Gordon Ramsay and Joe Bastianich. He is also the executive chef and owner of Graham Elliot Bistro in Chicago. Elliot has also written a new cookbook, "Cooking Like a Master Chef" which is now available for pre-order and ships nationwide on October 27.