Dinner at Home on Bluprint brings Top Chef Alumni recipes to your table

Dinner at Home from Bluprint. Photo provided by Bluprint/NBCUniversal
Dinner at Home from Bluprint. Photo provided by Bluprint/NBCUniversal /

Have you ever wanted to make a Top Chef recipe? Dinner at Home on Bluprint brings some of the nation’s top chefs and restaurants to your kitchen.

With more people venturing into the kitchen, Dinner at Home on Bluprint offers an easy, entertaining way to cook with some Top Chef Alumni, James Beard Award winning chefs and help support local restaurants. With these new recipes under your belt, no one will tell you to pack your knives and go.

Bluprint is a digital lifestyle platform. It shares content on a variety of subjects. With world class experts as your guide, users can explore cooking, crafting and more. Through its 4,000 hours worth of content, the NBCUniversal platform allows users to explore their creative side.

Since cooking videos have become quite popular, the new Dinner at Home Series on Bluprint brings some of the favorite Top Chef Alumni directly into fans’ homes. Some of the Top Chefs on this series include: Carrie Baird (Rose’s Classic Americana, Boulder), Brother Luck (Four, Colorado Springs), Brian Malarkey (Herb & Wood, San Diego), Hosea Rosenberg (Blackbelly, Boulder) and Isaac Toups (Toups Meatery, New Orleans).

Recently, I watched the Brian Malarkey cooking demo. Chef Malarkey shares how to make Baja Asian inspired Spring Rolls. While I did not have all those ingredients in my pantry, the 8-minute video was both easy to understand and entertaining. More importantly, the demo gave me both the tools and the inspiration to be a little more creative in the kitchen.


Thinking about that spring roll recipe, Chef Malarkey shows that a spring roll can be the vehicle for all types of flavor combinations. From bold Asian spices like gochujang to more kid-friendly choices like a simple balsamic vinaigrette. The options are many.

Like many of these cooking videos, the chef demos give cooks the permission to get into the kitchen and experiment. With a few tips and tricks, the cooking possibilities are many. In the end, the dish might not impress the Top Chef judges, but the dish will improve your cooking confidence.

The Dinner at Home on Bluprint is available to watch now. The programming is currently offered for free. Additionally, the videos share ways for people to help support the James Beard Foundation Food and Beverage Relief Fund and ways to support local restaurants.

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Are you ready to gain some kitchen confidence? What makes you excited to go into the kitchen and cook?