Beach Bites with Katie Lee

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  • 2015
  • 3 Seasons
  • 6.3  (44)

Beach Bites with Katie Lee is a television show that features celebrity chef Katie Lee showcasing her love for beachside dining. The show premiered on the Cooking Channel on June 2, 2015, and has since become a popular program for foodies and beach lovers alike. Throughout the series, Lee travels from coast to coast in search of the best beachside cuisine. She explores the local food scene in each location, meeting with restaurateurs, chefs, and fishermen to learn about the seafood and local ingredients that make each region unique.

One of the standout features of the show is Lee's infectious enthusiasm for all things related to the beach and the ocean. Whether she's kayaking through a mangrove forest or exploring a local beach community, Lee's love for the outdoors is palpable, and it adds a sense of adventure and excitement to each episode.

Another highlight of Beach Bites with Katie Lee is the celebrity guest appearances. Throughout the series, Lee is joined by a number of famous food personalities, including Amanda Freitag and Bobby Flay. These guest appearances add an extra layer of excitement to the show, and fans are always eager to see which celebrity chef will appear next.

Of course, the real focus of the show is the food. Throughout each episode, Lee showcases a variety of beachside recipes, from fresh seafood dishes to beach bar cocktails. She demonstrates how to cook with the local ingredients, always adding her own unique twist to each recipe.

Viewers can expect to see recipes for dishes like fish tacos, grilled lobster, and coconut shrimp, as well as refreshing cocktails like mango margaritas and watermelon mojitos. Lee's recipes are approachable and easy to follow, making them perfect for home cooks who want to bring a little taste of the beach back to their own kitchen.

Throughout the series, Lee also highlights local food festivals and events, showcasing the unique culinary traditions of each location. From a crab feast in Maryland to a crawfish boil in Louisiana, Lee immerses herself in the local culture and celebrates the food and traditions that make each place special.

Overall, Beach Bites with Katie Lee is a fun, lighthearted show that celebrates the joy of beachside dining. Lee's passion for the outdoors and her love of cooking are contagious, making each episode a delight to watch. Whether you're a beach lover, a foodie, or just looking for some inspiration in the kitchen, this show is definitely worth checking out.

Beach Bites with Katie Lee is a series that is currently running and has 3 seasons (22 episodes). The series first aired on August 25, 2015.

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The South Carolina Coast
6. The South Carolina Coast
July 12, 2018
A number of quaint beach towns along the South Carolina coast are leading a revolution in Lowcountry cuisine, and Katie Lee finds the best beach bites in Sullivan's Island, Mt. Pleasant, Isle of Palms and Folly Beach. She starts at a hot spot that's elevating the classic Lowcountry boil by turning it into chowder. She also discovers a restaurant that lures skeptics in with typical beach fare and flips the script with perfect Korean cuisine. A breakfast pit stop converts Katie into a devotee after she samples crab cakes eggs Benedict and banana bread French toast. And it's not a visit to the Lowcountry without fresh shrimp, fried chicken, a cocktail and some gelato!
Catalina Island
5. Catalina Island
July 5, 2018
An hour off the coast of Southern California, Catalina Island may be small, but it offers a microcosm of classic California cuisine. Katie Lee lands on Catalina and heads to historic Mt. Ada for a juicy lamb burger with a view. Local vegetables rule in California, and when they're paired with wine, Katie discovers they're even better. California's Mexican influence is present in a plate of perfect nachos right on the water, and Katie tries the sweet flavor of Pacific spiny lobsters that differ from Maine lobsters in one major way -- no claws! Katie rounds out her visit with bacon muffins, chocolate turtles and Buffalo Milk, a cocktail only available on Catalina.
Tybee Island
4. Tybee Island
June 28, 2018
Katie Lee heads to Tybee Island, Georgia, a barrier island just 18 miles southeast of culinary mecca Savannah. The small island is full of big flavors, and Katie starts her exploration with perfectly sweet local shrimp and a spicy blackened fish hoagie at a restaurant so beloved that the locals rallied to keep it open. She's introduced to "hog wings," a local version of hot wings that trade the chicken for pork, and she dives into the local specialty, oysters, that are so nice, she tries them twice -- roasted and baked with collards and bacon. Katie finishes off her visit with ice cream cookie sandwiches and deep-fried strawberries that represent what the South is all about.
The Pacific Coast Highway
3. The Pacific Coast Highway
June 21, 2018
Katie Lee is hitting California's famed Pacific Coast Highway to find delicious, international beach food in a beautiful coastal setting. In Monterey, she discovers rich Italian influences in cioppino with local Dungeness crab. Then she finds an almond croissant in Carmel that makes her think she's been transported to France. Mexican fare in California is always authentic and unbeatable, and Katie samples a perfect pork mole, smooth Mezcal and a Mexican specialty snack, grasshoppers! She can't leave wine country without pairing some vino with local seafood, and sweet treats like fudge and candy apples are always in order.
The Bahamas
2. The Bahamas
June 14, 2018
Katie Lee jaunts just off the coast of Florida to the most accessible, populated and food-centric island in the Bahamas, New Providence, and the city of Nassau. Conch is a staple here, so Katie can't turn down the freshest conch salad, and local specialties like hog snapper, chicken patties and a Bahama Mama cocktail also represent the island culture. Local spices give barbecue a uniquely Bahamian twist, and a Louisiana family is bringing N'awlins Creole to these majestic isles. Katie wraps things up with a true island classic, the Guava Duff, for dessert.
The Gulf Coast of Mississippi
1. The Gulf Coast of Mississippi
June 7, 2018
Katie Lee is on a mission to find the best beach food along the Gulf Coast of Mississippi. The Biloxi Bay Bridge connects historic beach town Biloxi to Ocean Springs, an artistic community that's becoming a hot spot for eclectic, diverse restaurants, and Katie finds that there's great food waiting to be discovered from one end of the bridge to the other. She starts with seafood gumbo made with crab straight out of the local waters, fishes for one of her meals, and samples some soul food that's not your typical beach cuisine. Down-home barbecue is a must-have for food lovers in the South, so Katie digs into the best ribs below the Mason-Dixon Line. Chicory coffee, homemade buttery biscuits and refreshing ice pops round out a perfect culinary tour of the Mississippi coast.
Where to Watch Beach Bites with Katie Lee
Beach Bites with Katie Lee is available for streaming on the Cooking Channel website, both individual episodes and full seasons. You can also watch Beach Bites with Katie Lee on demand at Amazon, Vudu, Google Play and Apple TV.
  • Premiere Date
    August 25, 2015
  • IMDB Rating
    6.3  (44)