Chef Curtis Stone on “Getting Grilled”

“The amazing thing about sitting down with people over food, breaking bread, opening a bottle of wine, is the stories they tell you and how open they are.”

Welcome Curtis:

We’re joined on the Starline by a Michelin-starred chef, restaurateur, author and TV-star. You’ve seen him in Iron Chef America, Take Home Chef, Top Chef Masters, and Crime Scene Kitchen. Now you can watch ‘Getting Grilled with Curtis Stone’. We welcome Chef Curtis Stone.

Curtis, let’s go Beyond the Mic. You filmed this series at your 60 acre ranch in Malibu Canyon. Which guest surprised you the most with not only their culinary skills but stories?

‘Getting Grilled with Curtis Stone’ is equal parts cooking and conversation. Why is it important to keep the balance between the two?

The Rockin’ 8:

It’s time for the Rockin’ 8, 8 random questions, answer with the first thing that comes to your mind. There is no Pressure.

1. Best thing about your wife Lindsey?

2. Favorite Rams player?

3. What dish intimidates you?

4. Best place you ever went surfing?

5. Favorite comfort food dish?

6. Best Halloween costume ever?

7. Piece of kitchen equipment you can’t live without that isn’t knives?

8. What food will your kids not eat, no matter how hard you tried?

One Big Question:

What do you want people learning from ‘Getting Grilled with Curtis Stone’ ?

Japanese food confuses him, dressed as a whale growing up for Halloween. ‘Getting Grilled with Curtis Stone’ is available on HSN. Thank you for taking the time to talk with us today.

And that my friends is a Beyond the Mic Short Cut.

Listen to other Beyond the Mic conversations with chef’s here.

Watch “Getting Grilled” here.

Curtis cooks liver for Sebastian Maniscalco :

Questions I ran out of time for but will ask him next time:

Was there ever a part where you got so interested in a conversation that your attention dropped from the meal?

Who gave you and nurtured your love of cooking?

Where can people find you online?

If you could change one thing about your past, what would you do differently?

What do you think?

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