Men’s Fitness Features Editor Jason Stahl joins Chef Cat Cora to cook up some delicious Grilled Farm-Raised Catfish Tacos at her new restaurant Fatbird in NYC.
“GMA” caught up with chef Cat Cora at her restaurant Fatbird in New York City where she shared her recipe for bacon-cheddar waffles topped with whiskey maple syrup. You’ll need a waffle iron to whip up Cora’s dish. Follow the recipe below and watch the step-by-step video as your guide.
Fettuccine with Scallops, Red Pepper and Lime
“My Fettuccine with Scallops, Avocado and Lime is a great dish year-round, but especially in the warmer months of summer. The spice rub adds some heat and depth of flavor to the scallops, the avocado adds a nice buttery richness, and the lime and fresh herbs bring a bright lightness to the whole dish,” says Iron Chef Cat Cora, whose restaurants include Cat Cora’s Kitchen in the Houston, Salt Lake City and San Francisco Airports, and the new Fatbird in New York City. “It’s healthy and delicious served both hot or cold and is a colorful, delicious and vibrant dish.”
Cat will host two demos and meet and greets at Epcot’s International Food and Wine Festival.
Join her on Friday, October 27th and Sunday, October 20th from 9:45 -11:45 AM.
An inaugural event organised by Resorts World Sentosa and Savour Events, “THE GREAT FOOD FESTIVAL” will be Singapore’s largest curated food and lifestyle event, showcasing the region’s most expansive array of culinary and lifestyle trends all in one location.
Event Dates: 21 – 24 September 2017
Time: 11am – 10pm
Venue: Resorts World Sentosa
Cat Cora will be visiting Mesa Burger on August 29th
315 Meigs Rd, Santa Barbara, CA 93109
Celebrity chefs and entrepreneurs Cat Cora and Carla Hall took the BlogHer17 main stage to discuss career, personal triumphs and setbacks, and advice for budding entrepreneurs—and there couldn’t be a more fitting duo to spark the conversation. Cora was the first woman to be named Iron Chef American and has opened 18 restaurants throughout her career. Hall rose to prominence as a contestant on Top Chef and has since authored two books and become a co-host on ABC’s The Chew. Ahead, five more things we learned about the two at Blogher17.
They’re proud of their Southern roots
Hall was born and raised in Nashville and Cora grew up in Jackson, Miss. Although Cora loves the South, she knew she needed to leave to find the opportunities she was looking for. “I grew up with two parents who were beautifully liberal and educated and wanted me to see the world,” Cora said. “That’s what led me on my journey to first going to college and getting a degree and then to getting into the culinary world and landing in France.”
The hits keep coming even as there are less than two weeks to go.
Today we announced some awesome additions to our schedule.
First, I am just thrilled to announced that celebrity chef Cat Cora will sit down with Carla Hall as part of Carla’s previously announced Saturday lunchtime fireside chat. Renowned as an Iron Chef, author, and restauranteur, Cat will bring her own tales of highs and lows to the conversation, as she and Carla dish (pun intended) and compare notes on their respective journeys. I’ve actually tried to get Cat to #BlogHerFood several times in the past, so this a total personal bonus for me to have her joining us 🙂
SheKnows Media Welcomes Celebrity Chef Cat Cora, Surfer Anastasia Ashley, and Blogger and Swimwear Designer Gabi Gregg to #BlogHer17, June 22-24 in Orlando
NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SheKnows Media, a leading women’s media company that averages 60 million unique visitors per month (comScore) and reaches more than 300 million social media fans, today announced the following additions to #BlogHer17, a leading conference for women content creators, taking place June 22-24 in Orlando:
Passion to Profit Opens #BlogHer17
A new Passion to Profit conversation will take place during the conference’s opening keynote on June 22, featuring the following panel of digital influencers who are making a living doing what they love best by cultivating massive online audiences:
- Anastasia Ashley, a professional surfer and online influencer with more than one million Instagram followers and who has appeared in Sports Illustrated.
- Gabi Gregg, a style blogger and designer whose mission is not just to encourage women of all sizes and cultures to feel beautiful, but to create a movement of body positivity and unapologetic confidence. She is the creator of an incredibly successful swimsuit collection and has appeared in various print publications, such as Glamour and Teen Vogue, and on “Good Morning America” and the “Today Show.”
- Tai Beauchamp, the panel moderator and a veteran journalist, media personality and entrepreneur. She is the founder of TheTaiLife.com, a site that uses fashion, beauty, and lifestyle to empower and inspire women.
The speakers will discuss how they got their start, their role as a trendsetter, how they keep their audience engaged, how they make authentic endorsements and collaborate with brands – and all the lessons they’ve learned along the way.
Cat Cora Joins Carla Hall for a Fireside Chat
Celebrity Chef Cat Cora Shares Recipes for Pre-Wedding Events: The Iron Chef provides some of her favorite appetizer recipes for summer bashes.
Hosting a pre-wedding summer bash is, in our opinion, one of the great joys of the season. Whether it be an engagement party, bridal shower, or even a “welcome” party for your actual nuptials, what could be more fun than soaking up the sun while celebrating your romance?
If you are throwing an event for an engaged pair, this time will likely be exciting, yet stressful – there’s so much to plan! In the event that you’re hosting a smaller celebration and have decided to forgo a caterer, you’re probably looking for the perfect recipe to whip up for your guests as well. Well, seek no longer! Celebrity chef, author, restaurateur, and TV personality Cat Cora has come to the rescue with five delectable dishes that will wow the attendees of your summer soirée. “The key to impressing your guests at pre-wedding parties is a beautiful presentation,” muses Cat. “These are some of my favorite appetizer recipes that provide something for everyone and bring delicious flavor and a touch of elegance to any event.”
Iron Chef’s very own, Cat Cora, has launched a new spot in the heart of the Meatpacking district – Fatbird. The new restaurant offers up classic Southern fare that New Yorkers know and love. While we may already have hot spots like Pretty Southern in Williamsburg to give us our fill, we have a feeling that Fatbird is going to be another one to sink our teeth into.
The sprawling space sits right on the corner of 9th Avenue in the center of all the Meatpacking action and can house up to 150 customers. Currently they are only serving dinner from 5pm-1am but after next week will serve breakfast and lunch starting from 7am.
Expect Southern classics at this fried chicken palace like devised eggs, mac and cheese, crab hush puppies, biscuit sandwiches and, of course, chicken and waffles or shrimp and grits. Chicken comes both in ‘classic’ and hot Nashville styles. When brunch arrives you can expect items like their biscuits and gravy served with two fried eggs, avocado and fresno chilis in addition to crispy pork belly and grits and berry pancakes.
Iron Chef Cat Cora’s Southern-themed restaurant Fatbird stepped into the Meatpacking District over the weekend with a menu of hot chicken, baby back ribs, and drinks with cheesy names like “Not Yer’ Mama’s Jello Shot.”
The 150-seat restaurant at 44 Ninth Avenue started serving a full dinner menu on Sunday night, when people had already started to pack the premises. It will be serving dinner only from 5 p.m. to 1 a.m. until Thursday, after which breakfast and lunch will also be offered starting from 7 a.m.