My Morning Jacket drummer Patrick Hallahan has announced the premiere of his one-of-a-kind new cooking show, In The Kitchen with Patrick Hallahan. Hosted by Seated.com, the three-episode series will see the veteran musician, passionate home chef, and Louisville, KY restaurateur celebrating his unbridled enthusiasm for food with unique recipes, full demonstrations, stories, and surprise guest visits from VHS or Beta’s Craig Pfunder, My Morning Jacket bassist Tom Blankenship, and his own beloved daughter. Over the span of the three episodes, Hallahan will share some of his tips and tricks to help maximize ingredients and make the most out of one’s food budget.
In The Kitchen with Patrick Hallahan premieres Sunday, February 21 at 6:00 PM ET, with additional episodes following on Sunday, February 28 and Sunday, March 7. Tickets are available now via Seated.com at an individual episode price of $25.00; three-episode subscriptions are available for $50.00 with VIP options as well.
“For as long as I can remember, cooking and making music have been hand in hand in how I express myself,” says Hallahan. “I’ve had the honor of playing music for people all of my adult life. Now, through taping cooking segments, it’s really nice to be able to do the same with food.”
Roasted Spatchcocked Chicken with Vegetables, and Brown Butter Grits
Plus: homemade Chicken Stock
Mushroom Risotto with Kale Salad
Plus: Chicken Rillette with Sorghum
Reverse Sear Ribeye, with Potato Pave and Creamed Spinach
Plus: Crispy Risotto Cake
Each episode of In The Kitchen with Patrick Hallahan will see Hallahan sharing great recipes that he cooks for his family – delicious, easy-to-prepare meals inspired by traditional Southeast comfort food, from spatchcocked chicken and roasted vegetables to grits and much more. All tickets for In The Kitchen will include the full recipe, shopping lists, and an exclusive playlist, showcasing his personal soundtrack for culinary adventure.
Best known for his two decades behind the drum kit with My Morning Jacket, Hallahan co-founded Louisville, KY’s renowned Butchertown Grocery, named by USA Today readers as one of the best new restaurants in the country for its refined food, chef-selected, single-barrel bourbons, and historic location.