Roasted Chicken Meatballs + Honey-Roasted Carrots / CHEFS DANIEL HOLZMAN & MICHAEL CHERNOW (S3/Ep.11)
Best friend duo Daniel Holtzman and Michael Chernow of the incredibly delicious restaurant, ‘The Meatball Shop’ walk you through the ultimate Chicken Meatballs and Honey-Roasted Carrots with walnuts, prunes and mint.If you’re cooking along with us at home, find the ingredient and preparation list below or listen and enjoy for your next meal inspiration. COOK’S NOTE: Preheat oven to 450 degrees before the cookalong begins.Makes 2-4 Servings and 24 MeatballsINGREDIENTSFor the Carrots:8 Large carrots, cut into 3"x1" pieces - like thick cut fries 1/4 cup olive oil1 teaspoon salt 1/2 cup honeyFor the Topping: 1/4 cup pitted and chopped prunes1 tablespoon olive oil1/4 cup chopped fresh mint1/4 cup chopped roasted walnuts 1/2 teaspoon salt Squeeze fresh lemon juice For the Meatballs:2 pounds ground chicken (preferably coarsely ground thigh)½ cup breadcrumbs 2 eggs½ cup chopped fresh parsley¼ cup dry white wine1 tablespoon kosher salt2 teaspoons freshly ground fennel seed1 teaspoon freshly ground black pepperEQUIPMENT ESSENTIALSLarge mixing bowl2 small bowlsBaking sheet or roasting panLarge mixing bowlBaking Dish (9 x 13)For recipe instructions, visit www.CookTracks.com. Tag your meal on social media: #CookTracks / @CookTracksCookTracks is a production of Beyond the Plate.
On this episode of Buddycast we chat with juggler Daniel Holzman who has toured around the nation juggling and has even juggled for celebrities including Robin Williams.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/nick-sorensen/support
Daniel Holzman | A Story of Friendship, Loss, Growth And Wisdom
Born Or Made
This episode of Born or Made is a personal one, as Michael sits down with childhood best friend and business partner Daniel Holzman. Daniel is a chef, restaurateur, author and sought-after educator, who's work has been published in Saveur, the New York Times, TASTE, and Afar, among others. He's appeared in countless local and national broadcast segments and print publications, and as a competitor, lead character, and judge in hundreds of hours of television programming including The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Tonight Show, and many others. Michael and Daniel met as kids growing up on the streets of New York City at the ages of 12 and 13. They came up together in the culinary world and eventually founded the Meatball Shop restaurants. As deep as their personal friendship was, their professional relationship was a tumultuous one and they clashed over how to run their businesses, eventually parting ways for some time. Each went on his own path and recently reconnected and rekindled their friendship. In this episode Daniel and Michael dive into their relationship as friends and as business partners. They share their story of growing up and eventually launching an amazing business together. Plus, where they failed as business partners and how that almost destroyed their friendship forever. This is an honest conversation of wisdom and humility with each one admitting their flaws and insecurities. It's a must listen for anyone in a partnership, and an incredible story of entrepreneurialism, friendship, struggle and how ego and pride can take control of your better judgement, if you're not careful. Make sure to follow the show on Instagram @bornormade, and follow Michael at: Twitter: @MichaelChernow Instagram: @michaelchernow Facebook: @MichaelPChernow LinkedIn: @McChernow
Friend of TASTE Daniel Holzman joins for a hilarious and truly meaningful conversation about the life of a traveling chef. Holzman, cofounder of the Meatball Shop and veteran of high-end kitchens in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York City, is also a TASTE columnist and a gifted photographer. We talk about his journey from working at Le Bernardin in high school, to his time as a young cook with Jean-Louis Palladin, to opening a restaurant with his best friend.Also on the show, journalists Matt and Ted Lee join to talk about their latest book, Hotbox: Inside Catering, the Food World's Riskiest Business. It’s a deep and meaningful look at the world of corporate catering. They talk about what it was like to go undercover.
Our Moderator Libby gives hard-hitting stories of food in the news to our panelists and they discuss their attitudes and opinions in our Weekly Baste Segment. This week we discuss public displays of affection at restaurants, Bob Dylan’s spirits company, future of school lunch, bologna and ketchup, the death of the New York coffee shop and meatballs of course! The Maillard Reaction Segment opens the floor for each panelist to give an opinion about a question that is relevant to the current week. The show is rounded out by our special guest, Daniel Holzman, co-owner of The Meatball Shop. Daniel’s culinary journey has led him through some of the country’s finest restaurants including Palladin, Napa, The Campton Place, Aqua, Jardinière and Axe. In 2010, Daniel returned to his hometown of New York City to team up with his childhood friend Michael Chernow and debut The Meatball Shop on New York City's Lower East Side. The mix-and-match menu of meatballs, served in a warm and convivial environment, was an instant hit. Five more locations of The Meatball Shop—in Williamsburg, the West Village, Chelsea, the Upper East Side and the Hell's Kitchen—opened in quick succession — and now Washington DC! The Main Course O.G. is powered by Simplecast
How in the world did a guy who started off in top French kitchens such as Le Bernardin (at age 14!) end up co-founding a collection of restaurants like The Meatball Shop? In a remarkably open and honest conversation, Daniel Holzman takes us through the twists and turns of his young life and career and explains how he course-corrected to his current path. He and Andrew also go deep on a lot of frank talk about creativity and the restaurant industry. We love this episode and think you will, too. Here's a thought: If you like what you hear, please tell your chef-fascinated friends, subscribe to Andrew Talks to Chefs (it's free) on iTunes or Stitcher, follow us on your favorite social media platforms @ChefPodcast, and/or rate or review us on Apple's podcast store. Thanks for listening! Andrew Talks to Chefs is powered by Simplecast
Episode 25: THIS Is Why You’re Single! With guest co-host Chef Daniel Holzman and writers/comedians Laura Lane and Angela Spera
Pondering why you’re single? Well, you could peruse the Self Help section of Barnes and Noble (if you can find one still standing), spending your hard-earned dough on stacks of weepy books about how you’ve gotta Get Out There, Girl! or why life is really better without a mate. Or….. you could laugh it off. Which is what Angela Spera and Laura Lane want you to do by seeing their sketch show, reading their book, or listening to their podcast. So this week, we’ve got the THIS IS WHY YOU’RE SINGLE team on to chat about how neither of them is single, what they’ve learned from their quickly-growing empire, and how they use humor to get where others dare not tread. But before we even get into that, Jacqueline mourns Ben’s absence with a single guest co-host, Daniel Holzman, the chef/owner of the Meatball Shops in NYC. What have they learned about why they’re single from reading Laura and Angela’s book? Is it because they date within the food industry–or don’t?! Is it because they have sex too soon, are too picky, or are just too awesome for the current mid-thirty-something dating pool? Have a listen and find out. “I would like to say, first of all, I love a good, smooth bald head.” [13:10] – Laura Lane
This week on Chef’s Story, Dorothy Cann Hamilton sits down with two of New York’s most interesting restauranteurs, visionaries and renegades – Michael Chernow and Daniel Holzman, the men behind the highly successful Meatball Shop chain. From their early days scrapping and hustling at age 14 and working at various restaurants and bars across New York City to their present day reality as successful businessmen, hear their journey from start to finish. Listen in as they recall the early discussions that eventually led to the opening of the first Meatball Shop, which was wildly successful from the start. Hear about their trials, tribulations, expansion plans and the genesis of their vision and brand. This program was sponsored by Hearst Ranch. “We were so lucky on so many levels when we opened up – because the economy was tough, [The Meatball Shop] was a date that you could afford.” [29:59] “If you’re expanding and growing you have to dress for the job you want and plan ahead.” [41:59] –Daniel Holzman of The Meatball Shop on Chef’s Story “The general philosophy we use is put your staff first and everything else falls into place.” [39:33] “Nobody is afraid of a meatball – you can drop one in front of anybody internationally and they know what it is.” [43:00] –Michael Chernow of The Meatball Shop on Chef’s Story
Episode 78: Jonathan Russo, Daniel Holzman & Damon Boelte
The Main Course
Jonathan Russo, publisher of the Organic Wine Journal, joins Patrick & Katy on a passionate and informative episode of The Main Course. The three enter a heated discussion about the intersection of food, budget and politics in our nation. They also discuss our growing obesity problem in America in detail, outlining what is causing us to get fat as a nation and what might possibly save us. Later on the show, Daniel Holzman of the famed Meatball Shop drops by to promote his slow-food gone fast-food late night eatery. Also on the show, bartender & mixologist Damon Boelte. This episode was generously sponsored by S. Wallace Edwards & Sons. For more information visit www.surryfarms.com Photo 1: Daniel Holzman (left) of The Meatball Shop, Photo 2: Mixologist Damon Boelte