The Brian Boitano Project
Now available on Netflix Instant!
Everyone knows Olympic figure skater Brian Boitano is a champion on the ice, but he also gives a gold medal performance in the kitchen! In the new daytime series, What Would Brian Boitano Make?, Brian demonstrates his culinary skills and passion for one-of-a-kind entertaining. In every unpredictable episode, Brian hosts get-togethers at his San Francisco home. With a humorous and knowledgeable approach to cooking, Brian puts his unique spin on irresistible dishes like Chicken Paella Burgers, Pear and Almond Crostata, Crab and Avocado Crostini, and Bourbon Bacon Apple Tarts.
In 1988, two of the world’s top figure skaters, Brian Boitano of the USA and Brian Orser of Canada, fought out an epic contest at the Winter Olympics. Dubbed the “Battle of the Brian’s”, the showdown was decided by the narrowest of margins and on the final dance. Kirsty Mcquire talks to Brian Boitano
Brian tells WSJ’s Tanya Rivero about his performance in ‘Pandora Unforgettable Moments on Ice’ and the changes in figure skating.
- Mashable Interview
November 2014- We skated with Brian Boitano & learned exactly what he would do!
- Stumped on a Second Career? What Brian Boitano Would Do
“Building a second career is difficult to do in America. People pigeonhole you,” Brian Boitano, the 1988 Olympic figure skating champion told “Off The Cuff”.
- Cooking On The Couch With Brian Boitano
Brian Boitano is more than just a champion on the ice; he also gives a winning performance in the kitchen.
- The Chew: Make-Ahead Meals on Ice
Olympic great Brian Boitano joins Carla Hall and Clinton Kelly to talk about…
- Brian’s appearance on Check, Please!
Pompei’s Grotto, Lillie Mae’s House of Soul Food, SPQR: Check, Please! Bay Area reviews
- ‘What Would Brian Boitano Make?’
Brian Boitano stopped by Talk Philly with more information on his new book What Would Brian Boitano Make?
- Memories of Calgary ’88
The Stars of the Winter Games Look Back 25 Years Later