Dave hosts six friends for Thanksgiving and barely puts a dent in his wallet. Spending only forty bucks, he puts out a full Thanksgiving meal with turkey and cranberry sauce, stuffing and sweet potato pie.
Dave entertains with style for his Holiday Open House. With a sandwich bar with all the fixings and a gorgeous roast ham as the centerpiece. Plus Dave whips up his master recipe for basic cookie dough.
He's scrimped and he's saved and Dave's finally going on vacation and guess what? He can't fit into his swimsuit. Resolution time: Dave and his friends resolve to eat better and exercise more! They plan a bike ride around Manhattan and Dave cooks up a lit-n-healthy meal that's also flavorful.
Inspired by a recent trip to the southern states, Dave puts his own twist on a meal of Southern Comfort food. Dave whips up a dinner full of savory southern flavors including pork butt, corn meal and sweet Georgia peaches.
Braising is the ultimate in stovetop cooking. It's the best, and cheapest, way to get the most amount of flavor out of really cheap ingredients. Dave walks us through the best in braising from how to choose those off-the-beaten track ingredients.
Dave's friend Jon wants to propose to his girlfriend Alison but he can't find the right setting AND he wants it to be a surprise. Cue Dave Lieberman! Dave invites a few close friends for an elegant dinner party and gives Jon a chance to wine, dine, and propose to the girl of his dreams.
Dave's got a hankering for some good take out food but he's sure he can do it better himself! Pot stickers and pad Thai are on the menu for dinner.
The challenge: cook a full dinner for four and don't spend more than $10 at the supermarket. Dave takes on the $10 meal challenge and focuses on an unsung hero in the kitchen: the egg.
Dave's got a few friends coming over for dinner tonight and boy, is he behind schedule. With great ideas for how to get a home cooked dinner ready to eat and on the table in less than 20 minutes.
The Philadelphia Eagles are playing and Dave's inspired to cook up a meal of his hometown favorites. Philly food is on the menu with cheese steaks and sausages and Dave's favorite, homemade Philly pretzels.
Dave's friends are identical twins whose taste buds run in opposite directions and they're both coming for dinner tonight. By dressing up identical ingredients with radically different flavors, Dave's got the perfect dinner solution for any family full of finicky eaters.
Without any special equipment or an expensive trip to a gourmet food shop, Dave pairs down a complicated classic and makes it affordable and accessible for the normal cook in average kitchen.
Dave's friend Cricket teaches an regular cooking class for pint sized chefs. Dave invites the kids over for a session in his kitchen and he and Cricket help the kids whip up a yummy and nutritious kid-friendly meal.