Dave has family in Philidelphia and visits them often.
Dave was born sometime in 1980.
Dave has been nicknamed "America's Naked Chef".
Dave got the idea for his college show, Campus Cuisine, when on Spring Break in Florida, and his friends jokingly said he should have his own Food Network show.
Dave studied the culinary specialties of Spain, Germany, and France while in Europe.
While traveling in Europe he apprenticed with a chef in Italy.
Dave spent a year abroad before going to college.
The dedication in his cookbook, Young and Hungry, is "To Mom, for leaving the cooking to the men in the family."
Dave created menus for Song Airlines.
The debut of his show was the highest regular show debut in Food Network history.
As of 2006, Dave lives in New York.
Dave's mother was a doctor.
Dave's father was a lawyer, who stayed at home with him and his younger brother Dan.
He worked as a personal chef for many companies, but never attended culinary school.
His parents' names are Dale and Jane.
While at Yale, he studied political science.
Dave stars in Food Networks first webexclusive series, called Eat This with Dave Lieberman which started November 21, 2005. Dave visits five United States cities uncovering trends and crazes in cuisine, including specialty meats, flavored salts, dessert bars and more.
Dave was named one of People Magazine's 50 Hottest Bacehlors in 2005.
Since he liked cooking so much, he decided to open his own college campus catering service.
While in college, he and his friends had a public access cooking show called, Campus Cuisine.
Dave started cooking as a child with his stay at home dad.
Dave is a 2003 graduate of Yale.
Dave: I think social situations are the best reason to get in the kitchen.
Dave: I know it's a big world, and there's only so much I can do, but if I can get a few people excited about good food, that'll be very rewarding.
Dave: Dinner for two is one of the most romantic things you can do for a woman.
Dave: Amazing gourmet food is within everyone's reach -- even my friends and I, who are on a tight budget.
Dave: A little goes a long way. Anything that's going to give you a lot of flavor with a little amount is something worth spending money on.
Dave: My dad is a good cook, but my mother can't cook a lick.
Dave: I do funky combinations that are colorful and work in terms of flavor and texture.
Dave: I'm not exactly a techie guy myself, but I use the Web and appreciate it. What excites me is taking advantage of new technology.
Dave: We're trying to create fun, informative programming.
Dave: I was always drawn to the kitchen.
Dave: I'm really happy doing what I'm doing. I feel like I could do this forever.
Dave: Food is more than just food.
Dave: Cooking isn't for everyday. But on the weekends, when you have free time, that's when you can really enjoy the experience, and share with people.
Dave: [Some chefs] who come from the restaurant kitchen have a hard time identifying with the needs of the home cook.
Dave: People out there will decided whether I'm a flash in the pan. But I sure hope not.
Dave: So I'm pushing myself, but I am still at heart a home cook, and I use that to my advantage when talking about food.