Life of the Party with Chef Amy Chamberlain
Amy’s guest is Linda Drunsic. Mother, friend and inspiration. The two of them are magic behind the counter!
Amy’s guest is Coco Eyre who’s currently in the running to be on Chopped Junior. Coco is a multi-talented girl who rides horses, skis and plays lacrosse. Famous for her lemonade stands. Obsessed with cooking shows and brave when it comes to creating things.
Amy and guest, Brandon Smith discuss wild edibles and foraging. In the kitchen they make wild leek and morel mushroom parcels, wild leek pesto and sautéed fiddleheads.
Tara and Amy play in the kitchen making a delicious summer cocktail, some easy hors d’oeuvres and making beautiful floral arrangements from grocery store bouquets, houseplants and things in the yard.
Amy and guest, Serena Toney make the recipes of Serena’s Lebanese heritage. Clint Bierman provides a funky soundtrack for the first time on the show!
Fred Bollaci Enterprises CEO joins Vermont Chef, Amy Chamberlain, to create healthy gourmet San Marzano best meatballs ever and delicious Cod Livornese dishes. This episode is ótimo (the best)!
Guests, Astronaut Jerry Carr, Pat Musick, Jerry and Mary Matulka join Chef, Amy Chamberlain as they prepare Turkey Involtini. Jerry shows us how to use a batticarne, Italian for ‘meat pounder’.
Amy and guest Ed Wilson, renowned BBQ pitmaster, make a pork rub and Carolina barbecue sauce while Ed schools us on smoking and grilling.
Host, Amy Chamberlain and guest, Joy Slusarek cook up three nutritious meals at once.
Ali shows Amy how to cook up a delicious winter squash soup while they sip on a delightful fall champagne cocktail.
Host, Amy Chamberlain and guest, Hadley Stock put together an expansive Baked Potato Bar, made from local ingredients. Hadley’s secret technique to engage her whole family in dinner time, it works like a charm!
Amy and Kelly prepare Kelly’s award winning chili and Caribbean-style hot sauce while sipping fresh jalapeno margaritas.
Amy and Danhee cook with WhistlePig Rye-Barrel Aged Maple Syrup and make a yummy cocktail!
Amy and Jon (with Taylor Farm) make a big batch of Maple Smoked Gouda Fondue while exchanging stories of farm life, Vermont culture and raising hard working kids.
Amy invites guest and The Stratton Foundation’s Taste of Vermont Amatuer winner, Lini Mazumdar, to teach her authentic Indian cooking with examples of Indian Meatballs, Daal, and Garam Masala.
The menu features a delicious Spring Bake with potatoes, ham, and asparagus. Plus, Spring table decorations.
Amy and Matt make Maple Flan, Buttermilk Pancakes and compare local and commodity bacon while chatting about local foods and the importance of composting.
Chef Amy Chamberlain of The Perfect Wife Restaurant hosts cooks and talks with guest, Gene Bilka. They make slow-baked ribs, asian cole slaw, and Gene’s infamous beet sandwiches.
Amy cooks Grandma’s Christmas cookies with her mom and son as they talk about holiday traditions at their house.
Host, Amy Chamberlain welcomes Tom Biggs, who makes his famous “First Date Steak.”
Guest, Dina Senec makes her own decadent desert, “Chocolate to Die For,” with chef Amy Chamberlain.
Host Amy Chamberlain of the Perfect Wife Restaurant making slippery chicken and spicy cucumber salad with special guest, Amanda Morris.
Amy’s mom shows her stuff by fixing up some Texas Caviar and a Tomato Mozzarella Tart.
Guest, Lauren Herbert shares her secret crumb cake recipe with Amy Chamberlain.
Guest, Mark Raymond gives pointers on tasting wine and pairing it with food as Mark, Amy and Clint eat and drink their way through 5 reds. Clint Bierman provides live music, too!