Archive of TV & Webcast Appearances

Posts in this section feature Skinny Chef's broadcast TV & webcast (Internet TV) appearances - including The Today Show, The View, Better TV and Living Well With Montel.

BLT Pasta and Balsamic Asparagus

In this segment, which aired on Sunday, March 30, 2008 on New York’s CBS2 Sunday Morning News, Jennifer showcased her recipes for CBS’s Tony Tantillo. In this second segment, she prepared the ‘BLT Pasta and Balsamic Asparagus’

Daily Special Show

Jennifer joined the Daily Special’s host Kimberly Rae Miller to share tips and tricks to prove that healthy and delicious cooking can be a cinch.

Eat Like An Actor

Ever wonder how actors get fit and how they maintain their weight in between roles? Take a trip with me to the Royal Theater in New York City. I have a birthday surprise for my friend Chad Carpenter who is preparing for his next role. Will he be able to resist my extra ‘rich’ Devil’s Food Cake that I just baked for him?

Cooking With Spices: Turmeric

Learn to spice things up with healthy cooking on YogaLife! As their resident chef, I’ll show you just how easy it is to add flavor to every-day meals by using spices and foods that heal. This month on Yoga Life, my video features turmeric.

Why Is Hydration So Important?

Hydration and hunger may not be something you think of in tandem, but you should. Eating meals with high water content allows you to feel full faster; a healthier formula for weight loss than the typical diet equals deprivation. Check out my latest YogaLife video recipe on how to replenish your body and fuel up.

Super Spices

In this webcast, I’ll show you how to use spices to add dimension to your meals and enjoy the amazing health benefits spices have to offer. This month, my YogaLife video focuses on cardamom.

Creamy = Fat?

There are a lot of myths out there about healthy eating. In this webcast, I bust a popular myth that creamy equals fat. It doesn’t have to when you make it healthy at home! Find out how to make your favorite creamy dishes low-fat and heart friendly in this webcast!

Sharpening Knives

Knives, the cornerstone of cooking, are the most important and versatile kitchen tool that we have! Using sharp knives makes cooking fun, because you can work with ease, chop faster, and prepare meals that taste fresher.