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Archive for June, 2010

Happy One Month Anniversary!

Wow, it seems a little nuts that we only launched Cooking Channel one month ago.  June is in the rear-view mirror but July is shaping up to be jam packed…

Caribbean Food Made Easy: 5 Things

July is going to be a hot one on Cooking Channel with the debut of six shows – that span from Vietnam to India to the islands. Meet Levi, the host of Caribbean Food Made Easy…

Sifted: 4th of July Pies, Edible Accessories, Flourless PB&J

Linkage we’re liking: Chocolate Chess — Best Pie for 4th of July? [Food2] Tasty Edible Fashion Accessories [Toxel] Flourless Peanut Butter and Jelly Cookies [Joy The Baker] Chocolate Chess Pie, Flourless PB&J Cookies or some other sweet?

Luke’s Vietnam: 5 Things to Know

Instead of filming in a studio or at his acclaimed Vietnamese restaurant in Australia, chef and host Luke Nguyen is taking us straight to the source on Luke’s Vietnam. He travels through the country, visiting family members and cooking and tasting the cuisine of his homeland…

So You Think You Can … Cook Like an Iron Chef?

On Iron Chef Japan, the secret ingredient is theatrics. On Iron Chef America and Next Iron Chef, the secret ingredient is competition. On this all-new soon-to-be-cult-favorite Cook Like an Iron Chef from Cooking Channel, the secret ingredient is …

Cooking Channel’s Ice Cream Truck Cometh!

Cooking Channel is going coast-to-coast with a tricked-out Ice Cream Truck.  Get ready, Food People, we’re probably come to a town near you…

Spice Goddess — 7 Things To Know

Beginning in July, Cooking Channel will be rocking a brand-new Spice Girl.  Her name is Bal Arneson and she is our Spice Goddess…

Emeril’s Fresh Take On Farm To Table

Emeril Lagasse is no stranger to making meals from locally-sourced and seasonal ingredients. From the time he began learning to cook from his mother in Fall River, Mass, through advanced culinary training in Paris and Lyon, France, he cooked with produce right from the farm.

Cooking the Channel: Oven-Fried Chile Chicken

I love recipes—my apartment is overflowing with cookbooks, food magazines and recipes printed from online food sites—but I’m definitely a big improviser, barely ever following them to the letter.

Pix Potluck – Eggs-ceptional Looking Dish

We’re loving the fan photos shared on our Facebook page and this shot caught our eye today.  Katalin has been sharing amazing shots (have you seen her strawberry rhubarb pie??) but this felt like a nice one for the beginning of summer…

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