Again, here’s more unrehearsed, unscripted footage that’s certainly not the standard Food Biker™ show format. It’s rough around the edges, but that’s what practice is for. Right? As opposed to the first episode or the show trailer, continuing to polish and edit...
Last Wednesday, the first Food Biker trailer launched and I haven’t been booed off the face of the planet. (I’ll take that to be a good sign.)
It’s time to screw my courage to the sticking place and launch the first Food Biker video. It’s likely not the handsomest effort, particularly given that it’s comprised of unrehearsed and unscripted test footage. (Heck, it’s not even the regular Food Biker show format, where I’ll be motorcycling around America and learning from other chefs.)
In this case, I briefly discuss homemade southern-style biscuits, and a few key things you need to remember to make...
It’s time. You’ve waited long enough.
Since I founded Food Biker back in 2009, the actual Food Biker TV show continues to remain my ultimate, long-term goal.
However, one of the key steps to achieving this goal is to actually get the cameras rolling.
Realistically, one can hardly expect that any initial footage will be worthy of being broadcast on a television network. One has to shoot, shoot, and shoot. The more practice, obviously the better the end result.
But when is it good enough to show it to the public?
I’ll be first to admit that what will soon follow is anything but pretty or perfect. However, it’s time to...
Wait a minute!
Food television doesn’t need to come to Boston.
Great food television BEGINS in Boston!
I read a wonderful news piece in today’s Boston Globe by Chris Reidy. In short, Boston’s Mayor Thomas Menino is courting Bravo’s TV show “Top Chef” to...
You bet your sweet bippie that I’m actually drinking on television.
Seriously, I’m thrilled to announce that my talented friend, colleague, and fellow member of the Boston Sommelier Society, Ron Quint, has just started a TV show called ”Wine Inside-Out TV.” On the show, Ron and his cast explores the world of wine. (Not a bad way to help a friend kick-off their TV series?) Although it starting out as a local show, apparently it’s now been picked up in Maine and Wisconsin…and the distribution continues!
Although it’s not my first television credit, it’s the first time that I’m a...