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Aaron Sanchez Sizzle Reel

Sizzle Reel

Check out my sizzle reel for clips from some of the work I’ve done with Food Network, Utilisima and more.

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DirecTV Fantasy Football Show

Fantasy Football Show

DirecTV, January 2016

Had such a blast with the DirecTV crew, representing my favorite team and sharing some of my tailgate and game day recipes.  Check out the clip below.    

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Food & Wine, May 2015

Most Wanted

Food & Wine, May 2015

  “One day I went to an ice cream parlor and got the dulce de leche cone. The next thing I know, I’m thinking about how good dulce de leche would be with duck!” says Aarón Sánchez, explaining his unconventional pairing of the beloved Latin American caramel with poultry.      

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Baltimore Magazine

In Celebration of Cinco de Mayo

Baltimore Magazine, May 2015

Both renowned chefs in their own right, New Orleans-based John Besh and Texas native Aarón Sánchez collaborated on Johnny Sánchez, a Mexican restaurant that opened last fall. We as Baltimoreans are lucky to have a location right in our backyard, on the second floor of Horseshoe Casino. On the chefs’ most recent visit to Baltimore, [...]

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People Magazine, January 2015

Great Ideas

People Magazine, January 2015

  The chefs and owners of Johnny Sánchez in New Orleans share a snack that scores big with guests.    

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Festive Foods: Last Minute New Years Eve Party Dishes

Today Show, New Years Eve 2014

  Having friends or family over to watch the ball drop but don’t know what to serve them? Lucky for you, chef Aarón Sánchez has some quick and flavorful snacks that will have you in and out of the kitchen so you can enjoy your party. Here, he shares his recipes for chicken tostadas, salsa, zucchini quesadillas [...]

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Today Show, Halloween 2014

A Taste of Halloween

Today Show October 31, 2015 Halloween Special

  Chef Aarón Sánchez shares his favorite Dia de los Muertos recipes, dressed as his favorite Muppet – the Swedish Chef, just in time for the festivities.      

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Serendipity Cover Story

Serendipity Magazine Cover Story

October 2014 Issue

Perfect Pair: They may have taken different paths to culinary success, but these acclaimed chefs share a passion for food, family, cooking shows – and camaraderie in the kitchen.Celebrity chefs Aarón Sánchez and Geoffrey Zakarian are restaurateurs, television personalities, consultants, authors, entrepreneurs…. and good friends. Sánchez recently brought his hip Latin style to Paloma in Stamford, CT…

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Skin Deep Magazine


Skin Deep Magazine, September 2014

  Tattooing and cooking may go hand-in-hand these days, but it’s not often you meet a chef who co-owns a tattoo studio near New York City’s historic Bowery. That on top of running numerous restaurants, starring in several successful TV shows and publishing two ace cookbooks. Then again, it’s not often you meet someone as [...]

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The Dish

Chef Aarón Sánchez’s Pollo con Pepian

The Dish, March 2014

Check out my debut on CBS, “The Dish” from March 2014. I made some of classics: pollo con pepian, chile rellanos and my mom’s famous creamy rice. Visit the recipe section for full recipes.    

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CBS, "The Talk"

Food Festival with Aarón Sánchez

The Talk, March 2014

  I had a great time with the lovely ladies of The Talk! I made some of my favorites: Shrimp Mojo de Ajo, Sauteed Corn con Queso and my Zucchini, Jicama and Apple Salad.  Check out the recipe section of my website for full recipes!    

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Chef Aarón Sánchez


Cosmopolitan for Latinas, Fall 2013

When it comes to Latin cuisine, chef Aarón Sánchez from the hit show Chopped is el rey. We met up with him in NYC at the Food Network Kitchen, were he cooked these yummy finger foods, great for parties and large gathers.

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Chef Aarón Sánchez + Chef John Besh

Aarón Sánchez and John Besh Discover Haiti’s Evolving Food Culture

The New York Times Style Magazine, August 2013

  Earlier this week, the TV personalities and James Beard Award-winning chefs Aarón Sánchez and John Besh headed to Haiti on behalf of Oxfam’s GROW Program, which seeks to promote sustainable practices for food production around the world.    

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Great Idea's, Cinco de Mayo

Great Ideas, Cinco De Mayo

People Magazine, May 2013

  The Food Network star shares a simple recipe for a traditional veggie side dish with “just the right amount of crunch,” he says.    

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Rachael Ray Show

Geoffrey and Aarón Play In the Bag

Rachael Ray Show, March 2013

It was so fun competing against my good friend, Chef Geoffrey Zakarian in this competition. He may have gotten the best of me this time (spoiler alert) but I’ll be sure to bring my A game next time.

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Aaron on the Today Show

What’s For Dinner?

The Today Show, March 2013

    Want to make your midweek dinner routine more interesting? Try these recipes from chef and Food Network star Aarón Sánchez: grilled grouper tacos, and zucchini, jicama and apple salad.

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Lifehacker - How I Work

I’m Chef Aaron Sanchez and This Is How I Work

Lifehacker, December 2012

If you’re a Food Network fan, you probably recognize Aaron Sanchez as a judge on the culinary battle show Chopped or a participant in the high stakes cook-off Iron Chef. Off camera, the chef divides his time between restaurants in New York and Kansas City, as well as the nationwide network of House of Blues eateries.  

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Star Kitchen

Food Network Magazine, October 2012

When Aarón Sánchez and his wife, Ife, were looking for a weekend escape from New York City, they agreed on one thing: “We wanted a real country vibe,” says Aarón. “We didn’t care about modern appliances or anything – except a gas stove. I won’t cook on electric.” They settled on an 1870 house in Greenport, NY, [...]

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Chorizo and Cornbread Stuffing

Aarón Sánchez’s Chorizo and Cornbread Stuffing – Hispanic Heritage Month

Good Morning America, October 2012

“I have a tattoo on my right forearm that says “old school” in honor of my grandmother Aida Gabilondo. She was the first in my family’s three generations of cookbook authors. She was the one who taught my mom to cook. When I was no taller than the kitchen counter, I’d watch her make her [...]

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