Special premieres Sunday, March 23, on Cooking Channel
Cooking Channel invites you to pull up a seat for the debut of "Dinner at Tiffani's," a primetime special hosted by Tiffani Thiessen premiering Sunday, March 23, at 8 p.m. The special will follow Tiffani as she showcases her culinary and entertaining skills with a delectable dinner party for her friends and former castmates.
Viewers will delight as they join Tiffani as she cooks up a menu of savory and delicious treats in preparation for an intimate dinner party at her home. She's joined in the kitchen by Lindsay Price ("Beverly Hills, 90210"), Willie Garson ("White Collar") and Nathan Fillion ("Castle"). They'll help out as Tiffani prepares her special recipes, including roast chicken, Brussels sprouts with pancetta and, for dessert, fresh figs with ricotta and lavender honey.
Every host knows a good party includes an inviting cocktail to get things started, and Tiffani gets a little help from Willie crafting his blackberry bourbon cocktail. With her friends' help, Tiffani whips up her party-pleasing favorites for the ultimate goal: a fun, delicious dinner party with good friends, good conversation and lots of laughs.
"Throughout her career, Tiffani Thiessen has charmed audiences who love the characters she portrays," said Michael Smith, general manager and senior vice president at Cooking Channel. "Viewers will love getting a glimpse into her role as the ultimate dinner party host and will be charmed once again as they pull up a seat for 'Dinner at Tiffani's.' "
Stream the entire special for free on CookingChannelTV.com starting on Monday, March 24, and tweet about it using #DinneratTiffanis.
Actress Tiffani Thiessen began her acting career with a starring role in the television series "Saved By the Bell." At the same time, she made her feature film debut in "Son In Law" opposite Pauly Shore. In 1993, Aaron Spelling cast her in "Beverly Hills, 90210," where she portrayed Valerie Malone. A versatile performer, she has proven her talent from comedy to drama in a variety of film and television roles, including Woody Allen's "Hollywood Ending." She currently stars as Elizabeth Burke in the USA Network original series "White Collar," which just completed its fifth season.
Tiffani splits her time between New York and Los Angeles, with her husband and daughter.