Check out this recent video piece Sam did with dLife where he makes his Kale Chips recipe!
dLife Piece: Top Chef champ Sam Talbot dishes on his new cookbook and some tasty, low-carb surprises.
Sam’s Superfruit Granola Recipe
As a frequent traveler, Sam Talbot is always trying to figure out ways to eat healthily on the go. Eating well is actually easier than you think, and with a little preparation, you can make delicious snacks and meals that will keep you fueled up as you head to your next destination.
Harrisa Halibut & Wonton Wrappers + Sam’s Crab Salad Wontons
If you’re looking for a way to spice up your meals, try traditional ethnic food. With just a few ingredients that are available in any supermarket’s ethnic aisle, you can add creativity and depth to the flavor of your food. Here, Sam Talbot shows you how to utilize harissa and wonton wrappers to create two tasty and easy dishes.
Modern Taco Recipes
Chef Sam Talbot is here to remind you that chicken and beef are not the only options when it comes to tacos. Consider using leftovers with other items you have in the kitchen. Short ribs, kimchi, king crab and refried beans are some of Sam’s favorite alternatives. Just build your taco, and you’ll be good to go.
Lemon Ricotta Pancakes
Searching for a heart-healthy alternative to everyday pancakes? Look no further. Here, Sam Talbot shows you how to make his lemon ricotta pancakes, which are not only lower in calories, sugar and fat than average pancakes, but they’re easy to make, too. Add a fried egg on top and you’ll have a savory addition that takes this dish to a whole new level.
Kitchen Starter Kit
If you’re just starting to get into cooking, Sam Talbot recommends a few basics to have in the kitchen. In this video, the chef explains how to set yourself up, beginning with heading to a kitchen supply store to stock up on a good set of pots, pans, knives and more.
Sam Talbot: “Cook Nice”
If you watch any of Sam Talbot’s cooking videos, you’ll notice that he signs off each of his clips with the tag line: “Cook nice.” In this behind-the-scenes video, the chef explains the meaning of his simple phrase and why he chooses to use it.
Edible Gifts: Sprinkling Sugar + Simple Syrups
The holidays are here, and thanks to Sam Talbot, you’ll have the skills to put together a present that’s both economical and personal. For the ultimate edible gift, try the chef’s recipes for sprinkling sugar or fruit-infused simple syrups. For that extra special someone, put them all together to create a delicious gourmet basket. Don’t forget the secret ingredient: love.
Antipasti is defined as “before the meal,” so you can make a variety of inspired platters, depending on the cuisine you’ve chosen. The most important thing to remember is to stick to five key flavors and textures: smoky, creamy, salty, crunchy and acid. Here, Sam Talbot explains how to achieve this goal by putting his spin on traditional Italian antipasti.
For a grab-and-go dinner, try Sam Talbot’s Korean short ribs. You can make them ahead of time and transport them easily for an impromptu meal on the go. With a few simple and economical ingredients, and a few hours of prep and cooking time, you can make a super-flavorful dish that all of your friends will love.