Watch me on the Teevee!

Between the season finale of Boardwalk Empire and the season premiere of the Shahs of Sunset (I know, I can’t help it. Bravo is my guilty, VERY guilty, pleasure), I’ve giving my DVR a workout this Sunday.

Might I be so bold as to suggest you add a couple more things to your DVR record list?! Especially those of you dear hearts who keep asking when you’ll see me on TV next? (Especially those of you who make that request in ALL CAPS; for some reason that tickles me even more!)

This Sunday, the 2nd of December, I’m on The Best Thing I Ever Made, at 1130am ET/PT on Food Network. This episode is about Stocking Stuffers, and I’m making my Coconut Toffee, the new and improved version! Easy, impressive and a little taste from every Catholic Indian’s childhood.

I’m honoured to be on the same episode as Alex Guarnaschelli, Ted Allen and Jacques Torres. Pretty killer.

Then, for those of you have Cooking Channel, I’m part of the Holiday Special this Sunday! It airs at 8p ET (and PT?). I’m cooking alongside Roger Mooking, Nadia G, Eden Grinshpan, Bobby Deen, Kelsey Nixon and G. Garvin. Roger and I had a blast, and couldn’t stop laughing and high-five’ing all the way through our shoot. Can’t wait to see how that turns out!! I made my version of the standard fruit cake we ate growing up: this one is a date, cardamom and pistachio cake, with plenty o’ booze.


So yeah, check out your DVRs and then let me know what you think!


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5 thoughts on “Watch me on the Teevee!

  1. Dear Aarti,
    What is your favorite book? I think you should read The man who was Poe by Avi. It is really awesome. By the way I wanted you to win TNFNS (the next food network star) the whole time. By the way I am older than 10 but younger than 12. (:

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