Hoping to make this year’s Thanksgiving feast your most memorable ever? Look no further-- Martha Stewart Living Radio and a team of culinary authorities are here to help you prepare the ultimate Thanksgiving meal.
Martha Stewart and an esteemed group of our nation’s top chefs, including Emeril Lagasse, Sara Moulton, and Eric Ripert, will help you solve all your turkey day dilemmas during the fifth annual Martha Stewart Living Radio Thanksgiving Hotline.
From Monday, November 21, through Wednesday, November 23, we'll have celebrity chefs standing by to answer your holiday entertaining questions, live on Martha Stewart Living Radio (SiriusXM 110). Call us at 866-675-6675 between 7 a.m. and 5 p.m. ET.
Even if you're not a SiriusXM subscriber, you can tune in to the hotline for FREE by signing up for a FREE 30-day trial. Below is a list of chefs, designers, and other special guests who will answer your questions every hour!
Each of the chefs participating in the Hotline has contributed a recipe for our MSLR Thanksgiving Hotline Cookbook. Download the FREE book to see their delicious recipes.
For the full Hotline schedule, please see below:
Monday, November 21, 2011
7 a.m.: Tom Douglas, award-winning Seattle chef and restaurateur
8 a.m.: Floyd Cardoz, Executive Chef of New York's North End Grill, and consulting chef for El Verano Taqueria located at Citi Field, home of the New York Mets
9 a.m.: Antonia Lofaso, Executive Chef for Los Angeles’ Black Market, and former contestant on BRAVO’s “Top Chef All-Stars” and “Top Chef” Season 4
10 a.m.: Bill Telepan, executive chef and owner of New York City's Telepan restaurant
11 a.m.: Dorie Greenspan, James Beard Award-winning author– her latest is “Around My French Table,” a New York Times Bestseller
12 p.m.: Mike Price, executive chef and owner of Market Table
1 p.m.: Wolfgang Puck, world-renowned master chef and restaurateur
2 p.m.: Michael Lomonaco, executive chef and managing partner at Porter House New York
3 p.m.: Eric Ripert, chef and co-owner of New York’s Le Bernardin
4 p.m.: Martha Stewart is on live to answer all your Thanksgiving questions!
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
7 a.m.: Sunny Anderson, host of Food Network's "Cooking for Real"
8 a.m.: David Burke, celebrity chef and restaurateur
9 a.m.: Sara Moulton, chef, TV personality, and author of "Everyday Family Dinners"
10 a.m.: Michel Nischan, Owner of Dressing Room: A Homegrown Restaurant in Westport, CT and President /CEO of Wholesome Wave
11 a.m.: Gina DePalma, award-winning pastry chef, New York City's Babbo Ristorante and Enoteca
12 p.m.: Amanda Freitag, chef and TV personality
1 p.m.: Charlie Palmer, master chef, hotelier, and the author of four cookbooks, including “Charlie Palmer’s Practical Guide to the New American Kitchen.”
2 p.m.: Joey Campanaro, chef and owner of The Little Owl
3 p.m.: Emeril Lagasse, chef and proprietor of 12 restaurants, cookbook author, and TV personality
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
7 a.m.: Donatella Arpaia, culinary personality, restaurateur/chef, Food Network's “Iron Chef America” Judge, cookbook author
8 a.m.: Kerry Heffernan, Executive Chef of South Gate
10 a.m.: Melissa Clark, James Beard Foundation Award winner and columnist for the New York Times, where she writes the enormously popular, “A Good Appetite” Dining Section column.
11 a.m.: Gale Gand, executive pastry chef and partner at TRU restaurant in Chicago
12 p.m.: Franck Deletrain, executive chef at New York's Café Centro
1 p.m.: Jonathan Waxman, acclaimed chef and owner, New York City's Barbuto
2 p.m.: Rick Bayless, chef and author of "Fiesta at Rick's"
3 p.m.: Mario Batali, chef and restaurateur
4 p.m.: Brad Farmerie, executive chef at New York’s PUBLIC restaurant and Allen Katz, director of mixology and spirits education for Southern Wine and Spirits and co-founder of the New York Distilling Company