Cat made her TV debut in 1999 as co-host of Food Network’s “Melting Pot.” She made television history by becoming the first female Iron Chef on Food Network’s “Iron Chef America.” Since then she has appeared on “Around the World In 80 Plates”, “The Talk”, “Chelsea Lately”, “The Queen Latifah Show”, “The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson”, “Eastbound and Down”, “America’s Best Cook” “Guy Fieri’s Grocery Games”, “Food Fighters”, and many others. Below are some clips from her various television appearances.


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Pickler and Ben 9.21.2017

Bong Appetit

Good Morning America

Today Show

Home & Family

My Kitchen Rules

The Queen Latifah Show (4/18/14)

Good Morning America

The Talk

The Today Show

Wake Up With Al

Cat on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson