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A Chef's Life
Season 4, Episode 3: Peas, Please
Vivian reckons with handing over the restaurant reins to John and Justise.
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Season 4, Episode 2: My Watermelon Baby
After a summer away from the restaurant, Vivian returns to a staff of unfamiliar faces.
Season 4, Episode 1: Onions and Avetts
Spring onions kick off the season in high gear as Vivian takes a break from her cookbook.
Season 3, Ep. 13: One Potato, New Potato
Vivian judges the Southern Sides competition at the annual BBQ Festival.
Season 3, Ep. 12: What’s Your Beef?
After some initial hiccups, Vivian’s whole cow program finds its groove.
Season 3, Ep. 11: Gone Clamming, Part II
Vivian’s plate runneth over as her tour of Charleston continues.
Season 3, Ep. 10: Gone Clamming, Part I
Vivian heads to the Charleston’s Wine and Food Festival.
Season 3, Ep. 9: They Call ‘em ‘Bagas
Lillie shows Vivian three different ways to bring out the bitter and sweet in rutabagas.
Season 3, Ep. 8: Honey, I’m Home!
Vivian turns up the heat on a dish that features chicken livers drizzled with hot honey.
Season 3, Ep. 7: A Casserole Says Plenty
The Boiler Room welcomes a new manager, much to Ben’s delight.
Season 3, Ep. 6: If You Can’t Beet Em ...
Vivian learns how to make “the best pickled beets she ever ate.”
Season 3, Ep. 5: Prickly Business
Scott Barton stops by to see the kitchen and share the African roots of okra.
Season 3, Ep. 4: Pickle Perfect
Vivian visits her friend Nancy for a surprisingly comforting meal combination.
Season 3, Ep. 3: Gettin’ Figgy With It
Vivian is under the gun to pen an entire book chapter on figs in three days.
Season 3, Ep. 2: Pretty In Peach
Mrs. Scarlett teaches Vivian the secrets of Gramma Hill’s canned peaches.
Season 3, Ep. 1: Stop, Squash and Roll
Vivian seeks motherly advice from Mrs. Scarlett and her sister Johna over dinner.
Season 2, Ep 14: Eggs Two Dozen Ways
Vivian’s invitation to cook at the prestigious James Beard House becomes a reality.
Season 2, Ep 13: Eggs A Dozen Ways
Vivian cooks for a supper club and experiments with an eye towards the James Beard House.
Season 2, Ep 12: Ramp-ing up to Spring
Vivian and the restaurant go wild over ramps, after a winter of few fresh vegetables.
Season 2, Ep 11: Chicken Lickin’
As Vivian waits for Spring’s vegetables to appear, the new best-seller is a whole chicken.
Season 2, Ep 10: Turnips: the Greens
Vivian finds “run-up” turnip greens, which are central to her approach to southern food.
Season 2, Ep 9: Turnips: The Roots
Fun Summer vegetables are long gone, so Vivian looks to liven up the unglamorous turnip.
The Holiday Special
Join Vivian for a taste of the holidays as she serves up the best of her Southern cooking.
Season 2, Ep 8: Obviously, It’s Pecans
November has arrived and the restaurant is busy. Vivian feels the stress at work and home.
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