Skip Nav
Get the Dish
Pretzel Fairy Wands Taste as Magical as They Look
Original Recipes
The Best Method to Grill Skinless, Boneless Chicken Breasts
Summer
15 Pitcher-Perfect Cocktails For Breezy Bartending Duty
Around The Web
Join The Conversation
Food Food 10 years
dgirl - i'm not into "napastyle" either (which is why i had avoided his show prior to this), i think it was just his charm and easy going nature that won me over
designergirl designergirl 10 years
I'll have to disagree. He seems like a nice guy good cook, but I HATE his show. I hate Napa style-stuff so it might not be all his fault.
crispet1 crispet1 10 years
He's cool!
CiaoBella2 CiaoBella2 10 years
I have a secret crush on Michael...now it's out of the bag. His tv shows are very homey, he prepares easy recipes that are full of flavor and he's easy on the eyes!
Food Food 10 years
I actually wasn't that familiar with Michael or his show before the event. However just a few hours later I was completely converted - he was amazingly funny, charming and fantastic. If you guys haven't checked out his show before, you definitely should!
partysugar partysugar 10 years
Lexichloe here's what else was there tiny toasts with caponata, pea panzanella, and the parmesan dip and salame that were mentioned above. It was all delicious!
lexichloe lexichloe 10 years
That sounds like it was alot of fun! I enjoy Michael's show on Food Network. What else was on the sample table? I could see some different types of olives, but that was about it...
Rashida Jones Crossbody Bag at Sundance Film Festival 2012
Pioneer Woman's Chicken Mozzarella Pasta
Chefs at the LA Food & Wine Festival
San Francisco Street Food Festival Pictures | 2013
Chalkcloth Runner: Love It or Hate It?
Michael Chiarello Interview on Next Iron Chef: Super Chefs
Poll: Do You Use Flavored Salts?
Melissa McCarthy Chopped Video on Stephen Colbert
Easy Roasted Applesauce
Chefs' Guilty Pleasure Foods
From Our Partners
Latest Food
All the Latest From Ryan Reynolds