Come join me for a chew or two.
Beginning today I'll be hosting a new segment on WFTV-Channel 9 called The Daily Chew with Scott Joseph. Each week I'll invite a chef to join me in the kitchen to prepare one of his or her favorite dishes, with tips and techniques you can use to try the recipe at home. The premiere edition has Greg Richie of Soco Restaurant in Thornton Park demonstating that restaurant's Chicken-fried New York Strip. Upcoming episodes feature Kathleen Blake of the Rusty Spoon, Kevin Fonzo of K, and David Ramirez of David Ramirez Chocolates.
The segments air on Thursdays between 12:45 and 1 p.m. and replay Fridays at 8:20 a.m. on sister station WRDQ-Channel 27. You can also find them online at icFlorida.com, where you can download the recipes, as well.
We've already got several episodes "in the can," as we say in this business called show, although I'd prefer fresh to canned. I'm thrilled to be working with the professionals at WFTV -- they don't do things halfway -- and I appreciate the support of sponsors Southeast Steel and Teco People's Gas. And wait until you see the beautiful kitchen facility we're taping in at the Viking showroom in Winter Park. (Though I'm a little concerned that Todd Ulrich might show up for a suprise kitchen inspection in an upcoming segment.)