NEW BLOG

Hey everyone,

Welcome to my new blog! I know that it’s been a while since you’ve heard from me, so thanks for your patience. From now on I will be updating the blog here with this new and improved blog that will include videos and photos….

For my first entry – I am including a behind the scenes video that we made in South Carolina at the event I did with Coastal Living and Palmetto Bluff.

I hope that you enjoy the new blog.

Make sure to check back in for weekly updates!

Cheers,

Tyler

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29 Responses to “NEW BLOG”

  1. kammelle Says:

    YAY!!! TYLER YOU ROCK!!! I JUST BOUGHT TICKETS FOR THE “COOKING WITH TYLER” SHOW IN OKC AT THE RIVERWIND CASINO…GONNA HAVE SOME FUN!!!

  2. melissa112 Says:

    Welcome Back! Love the Low Country’ness! Have a Super Merry Merry Holiday Season!

  3. s15199d Says:

    Tyler:
    My wife and I attended the Palmetto Bluff “Music to Your Mouth” festival, and we can’t say enough good things about the spectacular event!
    The food, the wine and the surroundings were unforgettable. Probably our favorite part was the personal feel you gave the event. You were so engaging with the hoi polloi, going out of your way to interact with those in attendance.
    We can’t wait for next year!

    PS: Tell Reid and Anthony, “Cheers!”

  4. tashac Says:

    Hi Tyler,

    I like the new blog! The event in South Carolina looked like a great time…wish I had been there. The ribs looked great and the shrimp dish sounded yummy! Keep up the great work!

    Tasha

  5. tashac Says:

    By the way….Great music on your site and blog video (S. Carolina)
    Tasha

  6. thenevis Says:

    Love your cooking, Tyler. I made your roast chicken recipe for my thanksgiving dinner – my fiance doesn’t like turkey, so I just roasted two chickens and it was a HUGE hit! Thank-you so much for sharing your recipes and love of cooking with us.

  7. missdane07 Says:

    Tyler,

    Absolutely love your music and your video on your site. I have recently made a request for a “food 911” or “food emergency”. It is “Osso Bucco” and your favorite side dishes to that meal. I’d love to learn how to make that dish as a romantic dinner for two and of course it would have to feature for dessert one of your famous cheesecakes!! I sent in a photo with my ‘food 911’ request. Take a peek and see if you’d be interested in helping a Southern gal out.

    PS…still looking for someone to make that romantic meal for!!

    Dana

  8. hspeercota Says:

    Tyler,

    I love watching your show, and am from Abbeville, SC. About 1 hour from Greenville. I was wondering where I could find a set of mixing bowls like the deep, clear glass ones that you use on “Tyler’s Ultimate”? Thanks!

  9. Foodie Girl Says:

    Whoooo Hoooo!!! I love me some Tyler Florence!!

  10. biancanaf Says:

    Wow–loved the braised beef bourbon episode on food network. I will have to try making this, but with plain red potatoes:) You are an amazing Chez- can’t say enough about your style of cooking. I like watching you. I would like to see you and Giada DiLaurentis do an episode together-something italian and sexy. You two are at the top of my list of fav chezs. Keep the passion.

  11. mdcontreras Says:

    Tyler:

    I have enloyed your show for a very long time and truly enjoyed your “Ultimate” shows where you traveled and showed several receipes for a dish and them came home and did your own “Ultimate”. In one of the beginning shows you did beef bourguignon. I thought I had save the recipe, but I cannot find it and it is not in your “Ulitimate” cookbook. Is there anyplace that I can find it.

    I have all of your books and love your eclectic sytle.

    Thanks so much for making me into a real foodie.

    Mary

  12. kammelle Says:

    AWESOME SHOW AT THE RIVERWIND CASINO!!! I WAS HAPPY I GOT A CHANCE TO ASK YOU A QUESTION!! HOPE YOU MADE YOUR WAY OUT SAFELY FROM OKLAHOMA BEFORE THE BAD ICE STORM HIT…

    BEST WISHES TO YOU AND YOUR FAMILY 🙂
    (and by the way, my son was also born on may 23rd 2007 the pics u showed us of hayden were adorable)

    KIM

  13. kathyn2 Says:

    Tyler, glad you have a new blog over here. I will spread the word. Enjoyed your video. Now please tell me the best part of the prime rib to choose for Christmas dinner. I know you have talked about this before but I forget what you said! Kathy

  14. tracy0217 Says:

    The new blog is great!! Love the music and and all the yummy pictures.
    My hubby made your crab cakes last weekend and they were wonderful!! Especially tasty remoulade sauce.
    I will be looking out for new blog updates soon.
    Hope your holidays are merry and bright!

    Tracy

  15. raffeld07 Says:

    Hey Tyler,
    Wish I could have been at this event. Looks like it was fun. I love your style and recipes etc. You amaze me how fast you chop as I have watched you on your shows. I have become such a foodie becuase of you and a few of my other favs like Giada and Jacques Pepin. I see the love you have in food and making it fun and exciting and sexy too! I bet you have been having fun being out in California with all the fresh produce you can get there. I hope you can make it again to Atlanta, GA for an apperence again as I missed the last one you did.
    I hope you and your family have a very Merry Christmas!

    Patty

  16. leezadlf Says:

    Hi Tyler!

    I’m Liza from the Philippines. I love watching the Food Network especially your show Food 911. Cooking (and eating) is one of my passions, although I haven’t taken it as seriously as you did. I just love making good food and the satisfaction of serving it to someone is just wonderful. I decided to make this blog account just to tell you I love you,your show and the way you teach people to cook. How did you start you career? Hope to hear from you about that. It would really make me happy to correspond with you. Thanks and happy holidays!

    Liza

  17. cstrac Says:

    Can someone tell me what the name of the song at the end of the video is.

  18. tomlafauci Says:

    Happy Holidays, Tyler!

    i’m a chef living in charotte, nc, but born in raritan, nj to an all italian family. i love your approach to food. no frills, straight forward, bold, in your face flavors. Keep up the good fight!

    Tom LaFauci
    Regional Culinary Director
    Bonefish Grill
    704.839.1405

  19. pambrown Says:

    Tyler – you’re right about Palmetto Bluff. That place is amazing. My husband and I go down from Raleigh and it’s the perfect getaway. We were there the week of your Lowcountry Festival but ended up leaving the day before….wanted to stay an extra couple of days to check it out but (I never thought I’d get a chance to say this on Christmas Day) there was no room at the inn….Anyway, hopefully you’ll do another event there soon. There really is no other place on earth like it.

  20. lynnemarieb Says:

    Loved the behind the scens peek, Love , Love , Love Food 911 and Ultimate shows!!. Just received “Tyler’s Ultimate” book for xmas. Can’t wait to try the recipes, pics are beautiful. I have tried so many recipes from the TV shows and have been very successful based on the reactions from my family. I love Tyler’s style. Keep it coming!!

  21. amycrooksrn Says:

    One year, my husband came home from work with a turkey receipe he had printed off the Foood Network, to cook one year for Christmas. It was Awesome!!. Ever since that day we have had that turkey for thanksgiving and Christmas. The last year my husband was deployed to Iraq, and I missed his turkey almost as much as I missed him :^) He made it home for this Christmas and was pulling out the printout he had made several years ago to cook the turkey and decided to reprint a new copy. To our suprise, it was YOUR recipe for the Maple-Bacon Turkey and Cornbread Stuffing all along.

    We have all three of your cook books, and try a new dish at least once a week.

  22. pamnel Says:

    Hi Tyler,

    Happy New Year. My mom and I love your show.

    My mom wants desparately to purchase the terra cotta bowls that you have on your show (the ones with an unfinished terra cotta and a ring of glaze on the outside).

    Please help! She is asking me to find them now for months.

    Thanks,
    Pam

  23. starcatch26 Says:

    HEY TYLER , I JUST WANTED TO TELL YOU KEEP UP ON THE ALL THE GREAT THINGS YOU DO ALL THE TIME . ALSO I WANTED TO TELL YOU I LOVE YOUR SHOWS KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK .MICHELLE

  24. lorilawr Says:

    Hey Tyler,

    I have a dilemma maybe you cna help with. Ravioli, yes Ravioli. I have recently remodeled my kitchen, it’s beautiful granite, stone floor and all Thermadore appliances. Now it’s time to step up to the plate and COOK, I recently received a pasta maker for my KitchenAid Mixer so I thought great lets make homemade Ravioli…how hard can it be. My pasta was good, filling great but when I made the Ravioli well lets just say they were ugly. Now yes this was the first time I made them but I consider myself a good cook, but I definitely need some help here. I have been watching all of your shows but haven’t seen one lately on how to make a good Ravioli.

    Can you help me out???????

  25. ajamos11 Says:

    I am a novice and can only find the original introductory blog from you. Have you posted more and if so how do I access them?

  26. chris1996 Says:

    Tyler I love you, your my fav foodnetwork personality!!!!I think your an amazing chef. I love that you cook food that is really simple but very impressive.

  27. ls2362 Says:

    Tyler,

    Enjoy watching both your shows. Great home style cooking. What a lovely family you have. I didn’t know you were married and had a new baby. How sweet!

    I have a 911 problem maybe you can solve for me. I’ve been trying to bake from scratch. What is the screct to baking chocolate or vanilla/white cake. The end result is always lacking in flavor and texture. How do you achive the same result as using a box cake mix?

    Disenchanted Baker,
    South Pasadena, CA

  28. treesa Says:

    Love to see that you (like I) have been blessed with such a beautiful family…….

    Teresa in Ft. Lauderdale

  29. bambividal Says:

    We don’t get to see much or your shows here in Manila but I love your work.

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