New season premieres Wednesday, Feb. 3, at 8 p.m.
Actress Tiffani Thiessen returns to Cooking Channel for a second serving of "Dinner at Tiffani's," premiering on Wednesday, Feb. 3 (8 p.m. ET). Throughout the 16 half-hour long episodes, Tiffani showcases her culinary talents and entertaining skills for throwing effortless get-togethers for family, friends and former castmates, where every dinner is filled with special guests, entertaining stories and party-pleasing recipes. From burger bashes to fiesta nights, and from campfire cookouts to farmer's market fresh meals, guests will come for the party, but stay for the food.
Tiffani knows that delicious dishes and good company are the main ingredients for the perfect dinner party. Over the course of the season, her dinner menus include mouthwatering, crowd-pleasing recipes such as jumbo crab cakes and tartar sauce, citrus marinated beef fajitas and the juiciest ultimate lux burger topped with bacon and Tiffani's special sauce.
The list of special guests RSVP'ing to attend in the new season includes Sasha Alexander, Bill Bellamy, Julie Benz, Dan Bucatinsky, Hilarie Burton, Eric Close, Neal Dodson, Ethan Embry, Jennifer Finnigan, Dave Foley, Daisy Fuentes, Catriona and Mark-Paul Gosselaar, Clare Grant, Seth Green, Bill Horn, Vanessa Lachey, Matthew Lillard, Scout Masterson, Ross Mathews, Tim Meadows, George Newbern, Cheri Oteri, Naomi Priestly, Missi Pyle, Property Brothers Drew and Jonathan Scott, Nicole Sullivan, Bree Turner, Cynthia Watros, Ashley Williams and Scott Wolf.
Fans can access Tiffani's recipes, photo galleries and exclusive video interviews with dinner guests about their favorite restaurants, guilty pleasures, ideal date night dinner, and the most bizarre thing they have ever eaten on CookingChannelTV.com/Tiffani. They can also connect on Twitter using #DinneratTiffanis.
Thiessen, a versatile performer, has proven her talent from comedy to drama in a variety of film and television roles. She began her acting career with a starring role in the television series "Saved By the Bell," portraying Kelly Kapowski. In 1993, Aaron Spelling cast her in "Beverly Hills, 90210" as Valerie Malone. Following that role, she made her feature film debut in "Son In Law" opposite Pauly Shore. Thiessen's other feature roles include the comedy "Ladies Man," the indie feature "Speedway Junky," the comedy "Love Stinks," and the horror/comedy spoof "Shriek! If You Know What I Did Last Friday 13th" opposite Tom Arnold. She most recently starred as Elizabeth Burke in the USA Network original comedy/crime drama series "White Collar," which ran for six seasons. Tiffani currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband and two children.