A travel-cooking show about the link between food and art, history, nature and science.
Sat., September 10, 2016
David Kinch shares how he deals with diners who request tweaks to their meals due to allergies, sensitivities or dislikes: using such requests as an opportunity to push himself as chef.
Watch David Kinch in the second half of Season 4 of THE MIND OF A CHEF.
"I like it perfectly bent." -Gabrielle Hamilton. Watch the first episode of Season 4.
Enter the mind of chef Magnus Nilsson in this episode of THE MIND OF A CHEF Season 3.
Enter the mind of chef Ed Lee in this premiere episode of THE MIND OF A CHEF Season 3.
Gabrielle Hamilton and David Boulud prepare poulet a la crème.
Gabrielle Hamilton and Misty Callies prepare marinated mussels.
Gabrielle Hamilton prepares a dish using the often-discarded zucchini tops.
Gabrielle Hamilton and Paulie D'Arpa prepare Fried Zucchini Agrodolce.
Coming to PBS September 2016!
Enter the mind of Chef David Kinch in the second half of Season 4.
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