On Cooking Up a Storm, Al Roker makes a complete holiday meal, course by course, with help from some special guests who open up about the dishes they love and the stories behind the food.
Maya-Camille Broussard’s Sweet Potato and Plantain Pie
Sweet potato pie is a classic holiday dessert. Learn how to make it with this recipe from baker Maya-Camille Broussard, Sweet Potato and Plantain Pie.
Sean Sherman’s Cranberry Wojape
Make cranberry sauce for the holidays with this Cranberry Wojape recipe from award-winning chef and Oglala Lakota tribe member Sean Sherman.
Marcus Samuelsson’s Caramelized Brussels Sprouts
Chef and restaurant-owner Marcus Samuelsson shares a Caramelized Brussels Sprouts recipe. This Brussels sprouts recipe is perfect for a holiday dinner.
Sohla El-Waylly’s Crisp & Juicy Herb Roasted Turkey and Honey-Thyme Gravy
Learn how to make turkey and gravy from chef Sohla El-Waylly. See recipes for Crisp & Juicy Herb Roasted Turkey and Honey-Thyme Gravy.
Alexander Smalls’s Low Country Oyster Cornbread Dressing with Crispy Slab Bacon
Learn a holiday recipe for Low Country Oyster Cornbread Dressing with Crispy Slab Bacon from restaurant-owner and cookbook author Alexander Smalls.
Ina Garten’s Parmesan Smashed Potatoes
Ina Garten shares a unique mashed potatoes recipe for the holidays on Cooking Up a Storm with Al Roker. Learn how to make Parmesan Smashed Potatoes.
Second helping? I mean season! Please.
Al Roker is a true gem and this format makes him shine in remarkable ways! All of the guests and the way each episode played as a course in a meal… totally engaging, very inclusive, and delightfully playful all while being super educational and informative. Keep it going!!!
Loved each episode!
I am now finding time to listen to the final episode - what a joy as each episode brought a smile to my face. Al, you’ve got to do this again for 2022 Thanksgiving with different chefs! Thanks, Al! 🤗
Just like a warm hug! :)