Hanging with Harris
Whether he's in South Beach, Aspen, New York, LA or New Orleans, Billy Harris hangs with the best chefs, bartenders and restaurateurs in America.
New Jersey Fried Lobster - Chef Kevin Sbraga
26 Oct 12 0
Chef Kevin Sbraga, Top Chef Season 7 winner and owner of SBRAGA Restaurant in Philadelphia, puts Billy to work in the kitchen frying up some New Jersey Fried Lobster. Accompanied by some Jersey corn and tomatoes garnished with Wasabina, a mustard green with a wasabi-like spiciness, and cooled down with a touch of aioli, this chicken-fried style lobster is perfect no matter where you might be hanging. Watch more episodes of Hanging with Harris: smallscreennetwork.com/hangingwithharris/ Find out more about SBRAGA Restaurant: sbraga.com/about-us/
Chef Christian Puglisi - Relæ - Copenhagen
25 Oct 12 0
Dining at Chef Christian Puglisi's Copenhagen restaurant, Relæ, can be marvelous and unique. Puglisi is a top chef on a global scale. His influence and renown is spreading and for good reason. Local and seasonal ingredients are magnified by using two or three ingredients, prepared or featured in more than one way, in a single dish and are never boring. As he says in the video, "If you are not seasonal, you shouldn't even be cooking anything." He was Hanging with Harris. Learn more about Chef Christian Puglisi & Relæ Restaurant: restaurant-relae.dk/ Watch more episodes of Hanging with Harris: http://www.smallscreennetwork.com/hangingwithharris/
Chorizo and Clams - Chef David Lentz - The Hungry Cat
24 Oct 12 0
Chef David Lentz of The Hungry Cat (three locations in Southern California) was kind enough to allow Billy into his kitchen in Hollywood to make his chorizo and clams.
Arctic Char - Bryan Voltaggio - Volt Restaurant
23 Oct 12 0
In the sixth season of Top Chef, Bryan Voltaggio finished in second place, to his brother, Michael. Since then, Bryan has gone on to open the James Beard nominated Volt in Frederick, Maryland. In this episode of Hanging with Harris, Bryan demonstrates how to fillet an arctic char as the first step in preparing the fish sous vide. After smoking the fish using fresh hay, the char is plated with, among other things, local pickled ramps, greens and wild huckleberries and topped with sour cream powder. Bryan was hanging with Harris. Learn more about Bryan's restaurant, Volt: http://www.voltrestaurant.com/ Watch more episodes of Hanging with Harris: http://www.smallscreennetwork.com/hangingwithharris/
Gregory Gourdet - Departure - Portland, OR
15 Aug 12 0
Chef Gregory Gourdet heads the kitchen at Departure Restaurant and Lounge located above The Nines Hotel in Portland, Oregon. With one of the best views you can have while dining and drinking in all of Portland, Departure offers up a northwest bounty of flavors married in Asian style cuisine. Gregory was Hanging with Harris.
Chef Chris DiMinno - Clyde Common - Portland, Oregon
30 Jul 12 0
Chris DiMinno runs the kitchen at Clyde Common in Portland, Oregon. No small task considering that the "European style tavern" is packed during dinner and lunch, every day of the week. Focusing on farm to table dishes created with ingredients sourced as locally as possible, Chris and his team consistently serve up delicious dishes like pappardelle, sausage and leg of rabbit, baby carrots, tarragon, scapes, ricotta salata and off the charts snacks like truffled popcorn. No wonder people keep coming back. Chris was Hanging with Harris.
Sous Vide Lamb Loin - Chef Anthony Cafiero - Tabla Mediterranean Bistro
23 Jul 12 0
Chef Anthony Cafiero, former chef of Tabla Mediterranean Bistro in Portland, OR, creates a forest on the plate out of beans, sous vide lamb loin and a mushroom foam. Delicious!
Nona Sivley - LA Market
16 Jul 12 0
Chef Nona Sivley, winner of "Hell's Kitchen" Season 8, is now at the helm at LA Market. Her recipe for edamame takes the simple bar snack to new heights with house-made seasoning. She was hanging with Harris.
The Mixing Room
9 Jul 12 0
Are you a Clipper fan or a Laker fan? At The Mixing Room, they are happy to serve both and they do it with style. Check out Adam mixing up the Laker "Martini" and its rival, the Clipper "Martini" as he is Hanging with Harris.
George Abou-Daoud - Delancey - Los Angeles
2 Jul 12 0
Restaurateur George Abou-Daoud, owner of Bowery Street Enterprises, has built an empire out of seven (or is it eight?) establishments in the heart of Hollywood in Los Angeles. From L.A.'s first gastropub, Bowery, to The Mission Cantina (tequila and Mexican fare) to Delancey, a bar and pizzeria, the restaurants Abou-Daoud opens are all about enjoying food and friends.
Gai Gherardi - l.a. Eyeworks
18 Jun 12 0
Since 1979, Gai Gherardi and Barbara McReynolds of l.a. Eyeworks have been framing faces from all walks of life, including the likes of Jodie Foster and Bryan Ferry. l.a. Eyeworks is THE place to frame your face in Los Angeles.
Megan Logan - Nick and Stef’s Steakhouse
4 Jun 12 0
Nick and Stef's Steakhouse has set the standard for Los Angeles steak restaurants. Steaks served at Nick and Stef's are dry-aged for 21-28 days. The dry-aging helps to break down the proteins in the meat resulting in a perfectly tender and flavorful steak (a topping of butter doesn't hurt). Accompanied by delicious cocktails, like their signature Sidecar, Nick and Stef's is the perfect place for a memorable meal.
Natasha Case - Coolhaus
28 May 12 0
Coolhaus is more than an ice cream truck or store front; it is a movement that encompasses art, architecture, design and sustainability. Sure the flavors are delicious (Brown Butter and Candied Bacon!?) but the founders' (Natasha Case and Freya Estreller) philosophy is what has taken them from their mom's kitchen to a national fleet of trucks and 21st century shops with a dedicated and loyal following. Natasha was Hanging with Harris.
Danny Fischer - Baby Blues Barbecue
15 May 12 0
Baby Blues Barbecue is unique. Danny Fischer, owner, doesn't specialize in one kind of barbecue. You can grab some Memphis style ribs, slow cooked brisket or pork and top it off we tiger prawns slathered in remoulade and wash it down with some delicious cocktails or a cold beer; not your typical BBQ joint. Danny was Hanging with Harris.
Escalivada - Chef Michael Schlow
8 May 12 0
Nationally renowned chef and restaurateur, Michael Schlow, was hanging with Harris at his Boston restaurant, Tico. Chef Schlow creates his twist on escalivada salad, shows Billy how to make "super mac 'n cheese" and lets Billy pour Cava all over his nice suit. Good times!
Chef Marc Vetri - Philadelphia
2 May 12 0
Chef Marc Vetri spent two years in Italy after a stint with Wolfgang Puck in the early 90's. Needless to say, it changed his life and his view of Italian cuisine. At the eponymous Vetri Ristorante in Philadelphia, Marc spends some time with Billy making handmade spaghetti and creating a fabulously simple dish worthy of the most discerning Italian palette.
Matt Molina - Pizzeria Mozza Part 2 - Los Angeles
14 Dec 11 0
Matt Molina is young. For an executive chef that is. He runs the kitchens in both Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza and does a damn fine job. Whether it is placing orders, doing payroll, stretching pizza dough or checking each plate before it goes out to customers, Matt does it all. In Part 2 of our episodes from Pizzeria Mozza, Matt shows Billy how to stretch the dough Nancy Silverton made in Part 1 and make their famous Fennel Sausage and Napolitano Pizzas. Matt was hanging with Harris.
Nancy Silverton - Pizzeria Mozza Part 1 - Los Angeles
14 Dec 11 0
After studying at La Cordon Bleu and Ecole Le Notre, Nancy Silverton went on to co-found La Brea Bakery and Campanile, two Los Angeles institutions. She has gone on to open a number of restaurants in Los Angeles and beyond. At Pizzeria Mozza Nancy put her skills as a baker and pastry chef to work to create one of the best pizza crusts available. She was kind enough to let Billy (a frequent patron of Pizzeria Mozza as well as Osteria Mozza) in on some of her dough making secrets. Nancy was hanging with Harris. Don't miss Part 2 in which Matt Molina, Executive Chef of Osteria Mozza and Pizzeria Mozza, shows Billy how to use the dough to make delicious pizzas!
Amelia Posada and Erika Nakamura - Lindy & Grundy - Los Angeles
6 Dec 11 0
Meat Maven, Erika Nakamura and Shop Mama, Amelia Posada have helped usher in a new era of butchery in the United States. Their shop, Lindy & Grundy (the couples nicknames for each other) located on Fairfax in Los Angeles, only supports local farms and is focused on practicing sustainable butchery; scraps go to creating gourmet dog food for the neighborhood pups. Stop in for a chop and you will be hooked for life! Amelia and Erika were hanging with Harris.
Vinny Dotolo - Son of a Gun - Los Angeles
29 Nov 11 0
Shrimp Toast is not something frequently seen or eaten on the West coast of the United States; its an East coast thing. But Vinny Dotolo of Son of a Gun (also Animal) in Los Angeles is making one of the best Shrimp Toasts around. He was hanging with Harris.
Jason Neroni - Osteria La Buca - Los Angeles
22 Nov 11 0
Chef Jason Neroni of Osteria La Buca in Los Angeles has created a menu focused on seasonally available, local produce, meats and seafood. The restaurant makes their pastas by hand and features a very creative cocktail menu. Chef Neroni is no stickler when it comes to butter either. He was hanging with Harris.
Vincent Madero - Public Kitchen and Bar - Los Angeles
15 Nov 11 0
Inside the famous Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles resides the Public Kitchen and Bar. Bartender Vincent Madero let Billy behind the bar to mix up a twist on the classic Whiskey Sour, the Kentucky Brunch.
Kirk Estopinal - CURE - New Orleans
16 Aug 11 0
With a focus on providing consistent and eclectic yet approachable cocktails, CURE in New Orleans has set a benchmark for bars in the Big Easy. Recently named one of the top bars in the country by Esquire magazine, the fame has not diminished a neighborhood feel and a dedication to its local patrons. Kirk Estopinal was kind enough to jump behind the bar after only a few hours of sleep (it was Tales of the Cocktail after all) and hang with Harris.
Chris Cosentino - Incanto - San Francisco
12 Jul 11 0
The phrase "go the whole hog" is taken very literally at Incanto in San Francisco. Led by chef Chris Cosentino, Incanto's menu is based in the belief that sourcing ingredients locally is best for the animal, farmer, chef and patron and that the use of offal, "honors the whole animal and helps preserve an important, yet increasingly overlooked, part of our culinary heritage." It also makes for delicious eating! Can't get to Incanto? Order some of Boccalone's delicious cured meats!
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