He has hosted events for Mario Batali, Bobby Flay, Rachael Ray, and Michael Symon.
He's been a judge on Iron Chef, and has filmed segments for ABC's "The Chew"!
Get ready to be the hostess with the most-est at your next daytime affair, as inspired by Kat.
Chef Angela Tamura welcomes three of Los Angeles' best – Bruce Kalman of Pasadena's Union restaurant, Ryan Di Nicola of Chi Spacca and Evan Funke of FELIX – who will collaborate on a menu that features handmade pasta and modern Italian touches.He’s done this while maintaining a full schedule of TV work, with regular appearances on everything from the show to the Home Shopping Network and a consulting job with an Australian supermarket chain; authoring two cookbooks; and fathering a second child with his wife, actress Lindsay Price (whom you may remember from the original But that day in the park, he was only worried that Hudson would grow up cosseted in Hollywood, believing the perception of Stone as a shallow TV personality.“I started thinking about my mom,” Stone says, the bend of his Melbourne accent adding emphasis to certain vowels, “and what an she worked. I thought, I’m going to show my kids what a man should do: take care of his business, live an honest life, work hard for the things you get—not just have this fortunate beginning in life.In 2002, when he was 27, he’d already begun appearing in kitchen segments on British morning TV.In one, with fellow Australian chef Ben O’Donoghue, they demonstrated hangover cures from Down Under (Stone’s: poached eggs with wild mushrooms on toast).Fans of may already know Kat Odell, a food writer with an affection for day-drinking.