Emmy Viewing Party Tips
Emmy Viewing Party Tips
“Top Chef Duels” judge and culinary expert Gail Simmons shares tips on Access Hollywood Live on how to throw a perfect Emmy viewing party. What’s the most important advice she has to make your party work? Plus, what’s her new series, “The Feed,” which she’s hosting and producing, all about? “Top Chef Duels” airs Wednesdays at 10/9c on Bravo and “The Feed” airs Thursdays at 10ET/11PT on FYI.
We are going to cook with St the butt of the animal. How do you like it? That looks culinary expert Gail Simmons doesn't mince words judging contestant on bravo top chef. It's nominated for Emmy on Sunday and also hosting producing a new series called the feed on the FYI network Gail you are very pwichltz I a.it has been a lovely year so far. Debut on the feed. It day because the federal last tonight. It was so much fun. I hope tune in because it was one of the most fun show. What is it give us the concept. Different than anything I have ever done before. It's basically me. Marcus incredible New York chef and comedian naibing mack Sylvester up to no good in New York City. Challenging and sort of daring each other to go on crazy food adventure but all centered around conversation that are happening in the food world right now people talking about on blog. People are talking about around the water cooler at the office and dinner table. Real conversation to have a little fun with food e.talk more about sex or food. Good question. These days it's pretty kloychlts a lot of food. Top chef. Food topic right now. There's so much. Last night our show centered around what is the next great mash up. Have you heard abhave you heard about the Corona. The cross between a crescent and do nut. A pace try chef created it in New York City over about year and half ago and it has taken the food world by storm so our conversation is what is the next thing. Can we come up with what would be the next great mash up. Kale is over it's so last year. So pass. Eating a lot of kale but ready to move on to new green. Right. Brussels sprout. Swiss charred. Bring back the Brussels sprout. How about the lime a bean. So top chef. You won the category 2010. Emmy here. Time to reclaim. Let's talk about also Emmy viewing party at home. Things you can do. Sure. No. 1 what should we did. I think the most important thing about Emmy party at home is about proper seating. People think they have 20 people at their house then they only have seating for 6. Get some big pillow. Get comfortable in front of the couch. Make sure your guest can sit with unobstructed view that's the most important thing you want to know. Don't talk so much. I need to listen. Exactly. Seating arjt you are talking about bean bag and other things position in a way not necessarily boy girl boy girl. In I'm not worried, snuggle with whoever you like. Boy or girl doesn't matter to me. Be careful. Be comfortable. Fun Bali love making these. If you have an Emmy party printout the ballot. Everyone get there or bring the ballot with them and I love to play a little game. Everyone in advance which is who they think will win. The person who gets the most vote gets the prize. Make the prices silly. Everyone has to bring a regift or those gift cards that you are never going to use from a store that you forgot about. Make it simple. I like it. Theme food. Something along. I don't want to spend time in the kitchen because I want to watch the show but would I say make one signature cocktail t.inspired by a show. Mad men. Gym of thrown whatever you want. Whatever you are rooting for. Breaking bad. So do one signature cocktail that you can serve to everyone. This is a bloody Mary still early here in L.A. Gail I like the fact the names are on the glasses that is tip no. 5 especially if you invite somebody with new money yeah. Top chef of Wednesday on Closed captioning and other