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Each week on Food Network Obsessed, host Jaymee Sire sits down with your favorite chefs, food influencers and Food Network personalities to dish on all things delicious in the food world. From exclusive behind-the-scenes stories, first (and worst) jobs in food, to cooking fails and culinary triumphs, no topic is off the menu. Whether you’re a super-fan of Food Network or a super foodie you’re going to want to hear this! Want even more Food Network? Head to discovery+ to stream some of your f ...
 
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Chef and influencer Tway Nguyen reveals the unlikely inspiration behind her handle, @TwayDaBae, and gives her best advice for getting training in the industry. Tway talks about the Vietnamese foods that should get more of the spotlight before sharing her experience moving to the United States at just 8 years old. She reveals the television shows th…
 
Chef Tiffany Derry shares her lively upbringing with over 50 cousins and how this abundant family dynamic shaped who she is. Tiffany reminisces on her childhood on a farm and the passion for cooking and preparing food that her grandmother instilled in her. She talks about how being up close and personal with growing her own food provided her with a…
 
Ned and Zach from The Try Guys talk about how their wildly popular channel began and the process of creating entertaining content that explores other peoples’ passions and experiences. They discuss trial, failure and getting comfortable with the unknown and reveal the videos that genuinely changed their perspective. Ned and Zach share what baking s…
 
Content creator Vivan Aronson, also known as @CookingBomb, talks about the first twenty-seven years of her life in Chengdu, China and the most memorable dishes she cooked with her grandmother who raised her. She talks about adjusting to life in the states and what soapy show she watched to learn conversational English. Vivian shares the reason she …
 
Pastry chef Zoë François reveals what it was like to grow up on a commune in the sixties and how formative the experience was to her personal food philosophy. She shares the lie her parents told her about raisins and the packaged snack that opened her eyes to a world of sweet possibilities. Zoë affectionately talks about the value of knowing where …
 
Tabitha Brown talks about why she wanted to be considered “America’s Mom” and what the title means to her. She talks about how striving to manage health issues and chronic pain led her to pursue a vegan lifestyle and the ways it has improved her quality of life and perspective. Tabitha reveals her family’s favorite plant-based dinner and some of he…
 
Internet sensation Dan Pelosi shares the story behind his digital identity, GrossyPelosi, and his journey from the fashion industry to full-time food influencer and blogger. Dan shares how he brings his unique perspective and family traditions to the table with his annual holiday cookie party and why his 2019 gathering was so pivotal. He describes …
 
Creator of the New York City and South Beach Wine and Food Festivals, Lee Schrager, shares the humble beginnings of the festival, which started as a fundraiser, and his favorite festival event today. He talks about his commitment to producing a quality event and showcasing promising, upcoming talent within the food space. Lee shares what separates …
 
Chef Yia Vang shares the remarkable and resilient story of his family, and his journey from being born in a refugee camp to becoming a James Beard award nominee. Yia talks passionately about the pillars of Hmong culture, why balance defines their cuisine, and the childhood initiation of learning to cook rice properly. He shares emotional stories of…
 
Culinary icon Andrew Zimmern talks about being a birthday week person and what he feels will define the next decade of his life. He shares why he is optimistic about the ever-evolving world and the importance of elevating others to create equity before responding to a statement about being a human food encyclopedia and why he somewhat disagrees wit…
 
If you're loving Food Network Obsessed, check out a new podcast from Food Network: The Pioneer Woman. Ree Drummond's throwing open her Oklahoma ranch for a brand-new food series with juicy slices of frontier life. There's a quintessential ranch dinner, a dawn cattle gathering with the kids and cowboys, and rookie cowgirl Ree's facing two family cha…
 
If you like Food Network Obsessed, check out a new podcast from Food Network called Girl Meets Farm with Molly Yeh. In this episode, Molly celebrates her and her husband's third wedding anniversary by making a special brunch for the family that includes Shakshuka with Feta, Brussels Sprouts and Bacon Hash, Pocket Pastries with Raspberry Jam and mor…
 
Chef and restaurateur Lucas Sin shares his success story, starting with the first restaurant he started in his hometown of Hong Kong at just 16 years old. Lucas talks about what he loves about his culture and the family member who told him not to become a chef. He talks about his time at Yale University and the inventive popup restaurant that he ra…
 
Writer, educator and Harvard graduate Caroline Randall Williams reveals the staggering number of cookbooks she owns and how her personal experiences and history as a Black woman shaped her vision for her show, Hungry for Answers. Caroline talks about how the women in her life shaped her culinary perspective and what it means to be a steward of Blac…
 
Sophie Flay, daughter of culinary icon Bobby Flay, shares why she chose a journalism career over following in her dad’s footsteps and tells us her favorite types of stories to cover in the Los Angeles area. She talks about her experience covering the Olympics in Beijing and Pyeongchang, and why she is drawn to stories of ordinary people doing extra…
 
Author and critic Simon Majumdar shares the research and process behind the scenes of his podcast that explores the rich history of food and his favorite interview so far with a Food Network star. He reveals the shocking turning point in his life and the renewed mission he set forth to pursue at 40 years old. Simon shares his journey through 31 cou…
 
Chef Fariyal Abdullahi shares her childhood memories growing up in Ethiopia and the food rituals she holds close when she is missing home. She talks about picking a sheep every Friday for their family and why these experiences deepened her connection to food and perspective. Fariyal talks about moving from Ethiopia to the states at 16 years old, he…
 
Rhett McLaughlin and Link Neal, hosts of the internet sensation Good Mythical Morning, talk about their new show Inside Eats and why it is the perfect extension of their wacky food adventures. They guess Jaymee’s Chipotle order based on her personality and how many different order combinations they uncovered in their show. Rhett and Link share wher…
 
Tournament of Champions season 3 winner, Tiffani Faison, shares her feelings on being the third woman crowned on the show and how the blind judging on the show removes possibilities of implicit bias. Tiffani talks about her state of mind throughout the competition and going up against former champion Brooke Williamson. She talks about the infamous …
 
Chef Karen Akunowicz shares her journey to the Tournament of Champions stage and how her experience working as a sous chef in Modena sparked her love for European-style dining shaped her path forward. Karen shares why she doesn’t have televisions in any of her restaurants and the sacred experience of sharing food together. She talks about returning…
 
Castmates Zach Erdem and Victoria Hilton reveal all of the behind-the-scenes drama of the new reality show, Serving the Hamptons’. Zach Erdem, owner of the famed restaurant 75 Main, talks about how the restaurant attracts some of the most famous celebrities and public figures – and how he trains his staff to interact with them. Manager of 75 Main, …
 
Chef Geoffrey Zakarian says it’s his insatiable desire to please people that’s shaped his decades-long career. He explains how a gap year in France and a Michelin-star experience sparked his passion for elevated dining and attention to detail. Geoffrey talks about his first job at the famed Le Cirque restaurant in the early 80’s, and the luxurious …
 
Award-winning actress Julianna Margulies visits Ina Garten at home in the Hamptons, where they share Real Margaritas. They pick herbs from Ina's garden for Julianna's Halibut with Herbed Butter and then head to the beach in Ina's convertible. For more conversations with Ina and her friends, check out Food Network's new podcast Be My Guest with Ina …
 
Chef Roger Mooking shares where his affinity for fire originated and how it led him to be the host of Man Fire Food. Roger gives his thoughts on why humans are drawn to cooking food over an open flame and the sacred ritual of fire. He talks about growing up in Trinidad with a Chinese heritage and the many cultural influences that shaped his formati…
 
Producer Todd Schulkin talks about the many roles he has held that led him to becoming Executive Director of the Julia Child Foundation for Gastronomy and the Culinary Arts and the very famous screenwriter and director he helped to discover when he was a talent agent. Todd shares the touching memory of first meeting Julia Child and why he believes …
 
Kwame Onwuachi shares the wisdom he has gained and lessons learned on his journey to becoming an award-winning chef. He jokingly talks about becoming the first employee of his mother’s catering company at just five years old and how her hard work keeps him inspired. Kwame tells the story of how his mother sent him on a two week trip to Nigeria that…
 
Chef Joe Sasto reveals the Food Network star he shares a friendship tattoo with and how he started producing cooking videos that have garnered millions of views. He shares how he met his creative and romantic partner and how they collaborate to produce his drool worthy videos. Joe talks about his journey to Michelin-star kitchens even without forma…
 
Kelsey Barnard Clark shares how her upbringing in small town Alabama shaped her as a person and chef and how she uses her garden and seasonal foods to drive her culinary creativity. She shares her thoughts on leaving home to explore the world and her hopes for increased diversity and experiences for her own kids. Kelsey talks about how her formal F…
 
Chef Justin Sutherland shares how his Obachan, or grandmother, influenced his love for cooking at a young age and granted his wish for an Easy Bake Oven when he was five years old. He talks about pursuing law school after his undergraduate degree and what ultimately made him pivot to culinary school in Atlanta. Justin talks about the grind of payin…
 
Chef Mei Lin talks about her experience growing up in her parents’ Chinese restaurant and how being up-close-and-personal to their work shaped her culinary perspective. She shares her formative experiences in the kitchen working with The Voltaggio Brothers and Wolfgang Puck, her strategy for working your way up the ranks in the kitchen, and who her…
 
Eric Adjepong talks about growing up in a West African home in New York City and his early food memories. He talks about always having a sense of his career path and why he chose to pursue degrees in nutrition and public health to supplement his culinary knowledge. Eric talks about his decision to focus on West African cuisine while competing on TV…
 
Long-time Chopped judge and chef, Chris Santos, talks about his never-ending quest for the best burger and his current favorite burger style. He talks about the real reason he started working in a kitchen at just thirteen and why he considers himself a “self-taught” chef. Chris shares his favorite parts of opening restaurants and what inspired the …
 
Chef Jordan Andino clears up what it means when he was named “hottest chef” and describes what his twenties were like as he was navigating his career. He shares his experiences learning from his father in the kitchen, and the first dish he ever nailed perfectly. Jordan shares how formal culinary education sharpened his business acumen and his thoug…
 
Mayday! Mayday! The chefs and foodies are stranded on a desert island with nothing but an appetite, and they're sharing the one dish they simply can't live without. Episode content: Alex Guarnaschelli brings along her must-have paella from Black Bull in Chicago. Duff Goldman turns to an irresistible doughnut from Baltimore's Paradise Donuts. Monti …
 
Hear from your favorite Food Network stars about America's best dishes that just might burst your buttons. Episode content: Anne Burrell faces off against a gut-busting club sandwich from Little Goat Diner in Chicago Courtney Rada takes you to Harold’s New York Deli Restaurant for the XL corned beef & pastrami sandwich in Edison, NJ. Katie Lee Bieg…
 
Beloved pastry chef, Caroline Schiff, talks about her statement head of hair before describing what a typical day in her life looks like. She talks about her love of running, including her favorite New York City running route, and the surprising physical demands of being a pastry chef. Caroline talks about her path to pastry via a French degree and…
 
Marc Murphy, Chopped judge and esteemed chef, shares his interesting childhood and who his royal babysitter was in the late seventies. He talks about his early days in New York City and how couch surfing and cooking dinners for his rent inspired him to pursue culinary school. Marc talks about the differences in European and American kitchens, how h…
 
Dan Langan shares his favorite holiday traditions and how his love for baking began. He shares the nostalgic smell that brings back childhood memories and his advice for getting kids involved in baking early and safely. Dan shares his favorite food spots in Philadelphia and describes exactly what Philly butter cake is. He talks about the inspiratio…
 
Duff Goldman shares how his nickname came to be and the creative forces that shape his larger-than-life cakes. He talks about the craft he is working on for his daughter, being a new father and the advice he would give to dads. Duff reveals the cover band he was in and tells a crazy story about playing with a certain Foo Fighters front-man. He shar…
 
Brooke Williamson shares the driving force behind her go-getter attitude and success at such a young age. Brooke shares her thoughts as a 19 year-old cooking at the James Beard House and how confidence is key as a woman in a male-dominated industry. She talks about why she decided not to attend culinary school and the lessons she learned from openi…
 
Hunter Fieri talks about growing up with a superstar father and the lessons he has learned as he forges his own path. Hunter talks about how his family and life changed after his dad, Guy Fieri, won Food Network Star when he was just ten years old. Hunter shares his favorite moments from his life-changing European trip with his father and the count…
 
Cake artist Shinmin Li shares her experiences from culinary school down under to creating the world’s first cake gallery. Shinmin talks about how intuition has guided her life decisions and led her to Sydney, Australia for culinary school. She talks about what she loves about Aussie culture and her first experiences in a bakery. Shinmin reveals the…
 
Stephanie Boswell chats about her career, chef-inspired tattoos, and filming Halloween Baking Championship. Stephanie shares the story behind her two Michelin star tattoos with host Jaymee Sire before diving into the various places her career has taken her. From Chicago to Beverly Hills, Stephanie talks about the lessons learned and innovative dess…
 
Rebel chef Justin Warner shares his journey from winning Food Network Star to his quest to become the ultimate Bon Vivant. Justin talks about starting his own podcast and pursuing the things that make life good. He talks about how he first learned to cook and the resources he used before the internet became what it is today. Justin reveals the vari…
 
Trisha Yearwood, country music star and host of Trisha’s Southern Kitchen, joins host Jaymee Sire to share her journey to country music and home cook superstar. Trisha gives her twenty-six year old younger self advice and shares why she relates to her astrological sign. She talks about her creative process and the “pinch me” moments of her career s…
 
Pastry chef Zac Young talks about how he became Sprinklemaster, his whimsical dessert creations and Halloween Baking Championship. Zac chats with host Jaymee Sire about his epic Piecaken creation, how it created a pumpkin puree shortage in New York City, and what would be in an ideal “Zacaken.” He shares his sources of creative inspiration, how he …
 
Vallery Lomas shares how she made the career pivot from lawyer to baking superstar. Vallery, also known as the Foodie in New York, reveals her go-to spots in the city and her definition of a “foodie.” She talks about her earliest food memories growing up in Baton Rouge and the first delightful dessert she learned to make. Vallery talks about how th…
 
Aarti Sequeira, season six winner of Food Network Star, spills the tea on motherhood, mental health and how food brings us all together. This week on Food Network Obsessed, host Jaymee Sire talks with Aarti Sequeira about how the “food memories” of our past actively shape our future. She shares what it was like growing up in Bombay and Dubai, and h…
 
Sabin Lomac, founder of Cousins Maine Lobster, talks about growing a single food truck to a multimillion-dollar business. Sabin talks to host Jaymee Sire about his childhood growing up with a single mom in Maine and how a nostalgic conversation with his cousin turned into a popular West Coast food truck. Sabin talks about his relationship with inve…
 
Award-winning food blogger Molly Yeh talks about her life on a beet farm and the influences that inform her colorful recipes. Molly Yeh chats with host Jaymee Sire about the recipe that skyrocketed her blog to popularity after its conception in 2009 and how her life now closely resembles a romantic comedy. Molly talks about her childhood as the dau…
 
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