|Cooking style||Budget cuisine, Fusion|
Lieberman attended The Shipley School. Campus Cuisine, his first cooking show at Yale University, was a Public-access television show that combined "sophisticated and accessible cooking with crazy college adventures."
Lieberman's first book, Young & Hungry, was published in 2005. Soon after, he made People magazine's 50 Hottest Bachelors (June 27 issue). In 2006, Lieberman told Heeb Magazine that he does not cook in his off-hours, including on dates. In October 2006, he published a second cookbook; Dave's Dinners: A Fresh Approach to Home-Cooked Meals.
On November 21, 2006, the Food Network premiered their first web-exclusive series, called Eat This with Dave Lieberman. Lieberman visits five United States cities uncovering trends and crazes in cuisine, including specialty meats, flavored salts, dessert bars and more.
In 2007, Lieberman moved to Los Angeles. In 2016, Lieberman moved to Philadelphia to begin a career in medicine.
- Food Network web series for foodies
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