19 episodes

“Reality Cooking” spotlights real ingredients that anyone either has around their kitchen or can easily get from any grocery store (nothing exotic), cooked up by real people (not TV chefs) who have the same sort of limited time that most of us have when we’re cooking. Join Chapman University President Jim Doti as he prepares real food for real people.

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“Reality Cooking” spotlights real ingredients that anyone either has around their kitchen or can easily get from any grocery store (nothing exotic), cooked up by real people (not TV chefs) who have the same sort of limited time that most of us have when we’re cooking. Join Chapman University President Jim Doti as he prepares real food for real people.

    • video
    Plant Base Recipes

    Plant Base Recipes

    Nena Niessen “Plant-Based Recipes” – Join host Jim Doti and plant-based chef Nena Niessen as they concoct a Zucchini pasta dish with tomato sauce and a healthy maca drink, a meal that is not only healthy and nutritious, but utterly satisfying too! More of Niessen’s recipes can be found in her book, Cures from the Kitchen: Recipes for Healthy Living.

    • 23 min
    • video
    Maldovan Stuffed Peppers

    Maldovan Stuffed Peppers

    Ana Maria Fusu “Maldovan Stuffed Peppers” - Moldovan food comes to Orange County when Ana Maria Fusu and host Jim Doti prepare Fusu’s favorite zesty Moldovan family recipe: Roasted Peppers with Special Gravy.

    • 24 min
    • video
    Trash Soup

    Trash Soup

    Nena Niessen “Trash Soup” - Plant-based chef Nena Niessen returns to prepare Doti Trash Soup with host Jim Doti, a delicious broth prepared with leftover scraps from your kitchen, and a beautiful Pitaya drink, a refreshing concoction made of the exotic dragon fruit.

    • 25 min
    • video
    Workout Breakfast

    Workout Breakfast

    “Workout Breakfast” –Join Host Jim Doti as he prepares his special fruit oatmeal and a low-cal rejuvenating protein smoothie, perfect for early morning workouts, mountain climbing, and any strenuous activities.

    • 25 min
    • video
    Vietnamese Spring Rolls

    Vietnamese Spring Rolls

    Steve Anderson from the Randall Dining Commons at Chapman University and host Jim Doti put a refreshing twist on a food favorite: Vietnamese spring rolls, a popular and healthy snack among Chapman University students.

    • 24 min
    • video
    Taco day

    Taco day

    At taco day, host Jim Doti and Miguel A. Viveros, from Viveros Catering, cook two different types of this well known mexican food. They prepare steak tacos and "tacos al pastor" which includes a delightful combination of sweet pineapple, pork to create a pleasantly hot dish.

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

ddannen ,

Could be much better

Don't interrupt the person trying to cook with idle banter, this really causes what could be a good cooking series into one that should be avoided. Remember it's not about you, it's the food and how it is prepared.

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