The Food Network has released a new episode entitled “What You Need to Know About Aquatic Foods”.
In this episode, host Katie Couric talks about her new series, Aquatic Recipes, which will be available in February 2018.
You can watch the first episode below.
The show will also be available on Netflix in March 2018.
Couric will talk about her work on Aquatic, which she describes as “a culinary adventure”.
Couric says that she wants to focus on “a new generation of culinary creatives and chefs who will use their culinary skills to create new dishes that will inspire others to cook.”
The series will be produced by her sister Katie Courson and her chef husband, James and Amanda Courson, and feature recipes from chefs like Kevin Fagan, Mark Fagan and David Chang.
Coursons cooking will be featured in the upcoming cookbook Aquatic: The Complete Cookbook, which was released earlier this year by Winesburg Publishing.
Courson recently launched a new blog and website, The Courson’s Kitchen, where she shares her love of cooking and how she hopes to inspire others.
In the episode, Couric speaks about her love for her two kids, Noah and Jack, and her desire to help their families through their passion for food.
“I love being able to bring a fresh perspective to a lot of the things that I love and I know there are so many ways to cook,” she says.
“So when I was looking for a cookbook, I knew that this would be something that I could put my own spin on.
I’ve been a big fan of cooking since I was a child and I always wanted to cook for my family and for people I love.”
Couric’s new series will air on March 16.
WATCH: Katie Coursies Kitchen and Instagram The Food Channel has announced the release of its first two new episodes of Aquatic.
Aquatic Secrets: Recipes from the Food Network, from March 16 at 8pm EST, will be a look at the many ingredients and techniques that make up the world of aquaculture.
The first episode of Aquaculture Secrets: Cooking Tips from March 24 at 8am EST will feature tips on preparing and serving fresh fish for use in the aquacultures of the world.
Both episodes will also include a look back at the Food and Travel Channel’s Aquatic Challenge, a special show that explores the science and history of the oceans, and Aquatic Life from the Life Aquatic Center, a show that highlights marine life and their impact on our lives.
For more information, visit AquaticSecret.com and aquacaresecrets.com.