Here at the Kenmore Live Studio host Cody Gough gets the audience super-pumped for the show before they meet Chef Eric Liebtag of Mercat a la Planxa. Watch to see a high-energy cooking show starring an expert chef from a fantastic restaurant!
Chef Eric Liebtag of Mercat a la Planxa first demonstrates how to prepare a homemade Gazpacho Bloody Mary, followed by homemade pintxo, and then Spanish-style Eggs Benedict. Watch to learn how to prepare some delicious homemade Spanish style food for your next breakfast or brunch date!
“Ice” from Chicago Seduction then gives some tips and tricks to approaching a girl who interests you. Watch to learn some secrets of opening and attracting a girl from Chicago Seduction’s “day game” pickup artist instructor!
Then, Chicago Seduction night game pickup artist “Sly” gives some tips and tricks to meet a girl at a bar or club. Watch to learn some great advice that could help you score your next date!
“Kenny More,” the world’s first spokesmime (for a brand that speaks for itself), delivers some tips and tricks for a perfect date night. Watch to see Kenny’s hilarious antics and find out if a mime can be a date night hero!
Chef Eric Liebtag of Mercat a la Planxa wraps up the show by demonstrating how to prepare Paella Valenciana. Watch to learn how to prepare the homemade traditional Spanish rice dish Paella Valenciana for your next date!
To end the broadcast, Chef Eric Liebtag of Mercat a la Planxa delivers a Genius Tip of the Day for use in the kitchen, and Chicago Seduction pickup artists “Ice” and “Sly” deliver Genius Tips of the Day for use in the dating world. Watch to learn a Genius Tip to think about the next time you put something in your body, a Genius Tip that may motivate you to meet someone new to take on a date, and a Genius Tip to put into use when you do meet that special someone!
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Recipe: Gazpacho Bloody Mary
Chef: Eric Liebtag
12 tomatillos, cored, peeled, washed and quartered
3 cloves Garlic
¼ cup Sherry Vinegar
2 oz Stale bread, crust removed
½ cup Extra virgin olive oil
Salt and sugar to taste
1 qt mineral water
Place all ingredients in a robot coup and puree until smooth.
Recipe: Truffled Hollandaise (Spanish-style Eggs Benedict)
Chef: Eric Liebtag
6 Egg yolks
8 oz Clarified butter
4 oz Truffle oil
1 oz Lemon juice
2 oz Water
2 oz Trumpet mushroom
Salt to taste
Over double boiler, whisk egg yolks and water until triple in volume. Remove from heat and emulsify clarified butter and truffle oil. Add remaining ingredients and store at room temperature.
Toast brioche, sliced tomato, griddle chorizo and boil egg. Drizzle truffled hollandaise over finished product.
Recipe: Paella Valenciana
Chef: Eric Liebtag
2 lb Chicken thighs, boneless/skinless, 1″ cubes
1 lb Chorizo bilbao, ½” slices
1 Onion, small dice
2 Garlic cloves, minced
1 tsp Saffron
1 tsp Smoked Paprika
¼ cup Olive oil
3 Roasted tomatoes
2 cups Calasparra rice
3 cups Chicken stock
½ cup green olives, sliced in ¼s
1 cup peas
Salt and pepper to taste
In a large paella pan, heat oil over high head, add chorizo (if using) and cook until lightly caramelized, remove and set aside. Reduce to medium heat and add onion, garlic and roasted tomato to the pan, season and cook for about 5 minutes. Add rice and cook, stirring for two minutes. Add saffron, smoked paprika, cook for 1 minute. Pour stock in to rice, stir and bring to a simmer. Stir in olives and peas, check season. Simmer over medium heat for about 20 minutes, or until liquid has been absorbed by the rice and a nice crust (not burnt) has developed on the bottom.
eventName: Date Night Hero with Mercat
talentName: Eric Liebtag, Brian “Ice”, Matt “Sly”
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