Make your next wine tasting international! Unroll the map and assign each guest a country! With a price cap of 20 dollars, and delicious food to go along, you and your friends can enjoy a flight of wines from around world.
For the women in his life – his wife, his daughters, his mother's cousin – with their favorite Michael Chiarello dishes to honor each of them.
Who want’s to cook once the guests arrive? With this dinner party, everything is done in advance and served at room temperature so you can enjoy the party as much as your guests. The guarantee is that you won’t have to spend a minute of your party in the kitchen.
Are you a killer Monopoly player or a Scrabble master? Well, get those board games out of the closet for a game night that you and your friends are going to love. With a menu like this, everyone’s a winner!
Michael takes us back to his roots when he was a young chef in Paris to share his favorite French dishes. Ooh ooh lala, it’s French cooking made easy.
Michael's friends and fans get the first taste of new cookbook recipes that are easier than you think!
Classic kid s foods, made for adults. Grilled cheese sandwiches, milk shakes with a kiss of liquor, French fries with a hint of lemon and an updated way of eating a hot dog. New twists on foods that the kid in you will love at first bite!
Celebrate the end of a project or the closing of your first house by putting together a tasty and festive menu of wrapped eats: prosciutto around melon, spiral-cut filet of beef with pesto, radicchio filled to the brim and an iced tea cocktail. You're finished with your project, so start eating!
Everyone loves dessert, so why not have the neighborhood over for some sweets? Bake up a storm and get out the chocolate, because Michael is hosting an open house to satisfy everyone's sweet tooth.
Michael is whipping up Mexican classics that no one can resist. He'll put his expert touch on two things we already love: tacos and margaritas! Throw in some chips, salsa and a little Mexican dessert, and this party is full of delicious foods from south of the border.
Treat Mom to a brunch from the Bayou. Good old fashioned Cajun cooking comes to the vineyards with a little spice and a whole lot of jazz. This year, celebrate Mother’s day with good grub and plenty of old fashioned Southern hospitality.
Michael Chiarello shows "the guys" a menu that’s fun, easy and delicious, while keeping them in their comfort zone in front of the grill. With some barbecue tricks like these up their sleeves, any man can be a host with the most.
Michael just visited his daughter in Spain, and he’s invited his friends over for a taste of his vacation. With slides and a menu full of the local specialties, everyone will feel as if they traveled without ever leaving their living rooms.