Alex’s Day Off

FOOD TELEVISION – Saturdays from 29 January, 7pm

Alex Guarnaschelli, professional chef, working mother and passionate home cook, invites viewers to learn her down-to-earth recipes in a brand new series of Alex’s Day Off. Alex puts food and its preparation into a whole new light showing how cooking her personal style of American, French and Italian faire can be elegant and approachable, with a side of sass!

FOOD TELEVISION – Mondays from 31 May, 7.30pm

Alex Guarnaschelli is a professional chef, working mother and passionate home cook. Join in the fun as Alex invites you to watch and learn her down-to-earth recipes in a brand new series of Alex�s Day off. Alex will show viewers how to whip up family comfort dishes and how to impress for occasions such as a birthday dinner in which she conjures up a delectable soy braised duck with a green peppercorn glaze. Of course no birthday is complete without a birthday cake; Alex bakes a moist yellow birthday cake with marshmallow frosting. With mouth-watering dishes like succulent lamb stew and chocolate crostada filled with an oozy dark chocolate centre there is plenty to please in Alex�s Day Off.

FOOD TELEVISION – Mondays from 31 May, 7.30pm

Alex Guarnaschelli is a professional chef, working mother and passionate home cook. Join in the fun as Alex invites you to watch and learn her down-to-earth recipes in a brand new series of Alex’s Day off. Alex will show viewers how to whip up family comfort dishes and how to impress for occasions such as a birthday dinner in which she conjures up a delectable soy braised duck with a green peppercorn glaze. Of course no birthday is complete without a birthday cake; Alex bakes a moist yellow birthday cake with marshmallow frosting. With mouth-watering dishes like succulent lamb stew and chocolate crostada filled with an oozy dark chocolate centre there is plenty to please in Alex’s Day Off.

FOOD TELEVISION – Sundays from 31 January, 5.30pm

There are few American chefs, much less female chefs who can boast staying power in Michelin-starred restaurants. Chef Alexandra Guarnaschelli can boast indeed – she embarked on a culinary journey in France and ended up working in some of the country’s top restaurants including esteemed chef Guy Savoy’s eponymous three-star kitchen. Join in the fun as Alex, a professional chef, working mother and passionate home cook, invites you to watch and learn her down-to-earth recipes in Alex’s Day Off. Alex shows how cooking her personal style of American, French and Italian fare can be elegant and approachable. Mouth-watering dishes like Mussels on the Grill, Roasted Pork Loin with Brussell Sprouts, Shallots and Garlic, Cheese Fondue Hash Browns, and Homemade Doughnuts with Cinnamon Sugar and Hot Blueberry Jam are just a few of the fabulous recipes features featured.