Antoni Porowski from ‘Queer Eye’ Has a New Cooking Show Where He’ll Whip Up a Feast with What’s in *Your* Kitchen

During these strange times, we’ll take any ounce of content from Queer Eye’s fab five that we can get. Thankfully, resident food expert Antoni Porowski has been generously serving it up. The latest? He’s joining up with Netflix for a new cooking show.

“It’s been so much fun cooking for you on my Insta and I want to continue spicing up your quarantine (pun totally intended),” he said in the announcement. “I’m teaming up with Netflix and starting a new show on the Netflix YouTube channel where you show me what you’re working with. It’s literally the name of the show.”

It’s a lot like Antoni’s recent IGTV series, “Quar Eye: Cooking Lessons from Quarantine,” with the premise that viewers can send him a list of what ingredients they have in their kitchen, and with that info, he’ll use his chef skills to come up with a meal. 

How does it work? Send a video answering a few easy questions to and he might select your sparse pantry to be the subject of an episode. The questions include: your name, your location, who you’re quarantining with and how it’s going, what ingredients you have on hand and any wildcard ingredients lurking in the back of your fridge. (Avocados, anyone?)

Behold, the next Ina Garten. We kid—kind of.


Senior Food Editor

Katherine Gillen is PureWow’s senior food editor. She’s a writer, recipe developer and food stylist with a degree in culinary arts and professional experience in New York City...