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Chef Jonathan Waxman hosting

1 Chef Jonathan Waxman hosting "Cooking Today."

Chef Anne Burrell discussing the upcoming season of Food Network's

2 Chef Anne Burrell discussing the upcoming season of Food Network's "Worst Cooks in America."

Anne Burrell with Jonathan Waxman and friend.

3 Anne Burrell with Jonathan Waxman and friend.

Chef Joey Campanaro of The Little Owl, explaining his butter bean recipe to a caller.

4 Chef Joey Campanaro of The Little Owl, explaining his butter bean recipe to a caller.

Jonathan asking Joey about The Little Owl's meatball sliders.

5 Jonathan asking Joey about The Little Owl's meatball sliders.

Jonathan Waxman with Chef Joey Campanaro

6 Jonathan Waxman with Chef Joey Campanaro

Hristo Zisovski, of Ai Fiori stopped by to talk 'Red Wines of Italy' with Jonathan.

7 Hristo Zisovski, of Ai Fiori stopped by to talk 'Red Wines of Italy' with Jonathan.

2006 Brunello di Montalcino - is a true crowd pleaser.

8 2006 Brunello di Montalcino - is a true crowd pleaser.

2007 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico. This velvety, full bodied wine, goes well with rich sauces, gamey meats, and blue cheese.

9 2007 Amarone della Valpolicella Classico. This velvety, full bodied wine, goes well with rich sauces, gamey meats, and blue cheese.

2003 Barolo Mascarello was Jonathan's favorite. Pairs well with veal, pork, or a pure porketta.

10 2003 Barolo Mascarello was Jonathan's favorite. Pairs well with veal, pork, or a pure porketta.

Ai Fiori Beverage Director & Chef Sommelier, Hristo Zisovski with Chef Jonathan Waxman

11 Ai Fiori Beverage Director & Chef Sommelier, Hristo Zisovski with Chef Jonathan Waxman

This week we were delighted to have Jonathan Waxman, chef and owner of New York City’s Barbuto, join us as host of “Cooking Today.” 

It was a thrill to go behind-the-scenes with the Chef in his home kitchen, and find out how he maintains his cast iron pots and pans, and hear some of his favorite meals to eat with his family at home. And we think Jonathan had fun as well; getting the chance to talk one-on-one with his friends and colleagues Anne Burrell, Joey Campanaro, Salvatore Rizzo, and Hristo Zisovski!

If you missed today's show, you have another chance to catch it today at 6 p.m. ET or hear some of the highlights from this past week below.

Jonathan Waxman's tips for cleaning cast iron pots and pans:

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Chefs Anne Burrell and Jonathan Waxman talk about what they're most comfortable cooking in:

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Chef Jonathan Waxman tells us a perfect meal to cook at home:

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Chef Anne Burrell talks about how she first met Mario Batali:

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Chef Joey Campanaro shares his recipe for butter beans:

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Jonathan Waxman discusses the perfect meal to eat as a family:

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“Cooking Today,” airs live each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 3 p.m. ET / 12 p.m. PT, on Sirius XM 110.  Be sure to tune in Monday, February 13th as chef and restaurateur, David Burke joins us to host!

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