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Football Fare: Wings, Dip, Chili, Healthy?

Peanut butter is the secret ingredient in Roger Mooking's chicken wing marinade.

Now that the Christmas ham and insane amounts of holiday cookies are behind us, it’s time to veg out and watch some football. We’ve been in the kitchen cooking up a storm since Thanksgiving, so when it comes to game-time fare for watching your favorite team compete in a bowl game, it’s got to be quick, easy and feet-up-on-the-coffee-table casual…

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Top Videos of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Online Video of 2010: Tandoori Chicken
Fans of Indian Food Made Easy host Anjum Anand followed her into the kitchen of Gaylord Restaurant, the very first Indian restaurant to open in mad-for-curry London almost fifty years ago. The tandoori chef walks Anjum through the making of the classic dish, tandoori chicken.
See How He Does It
More Indian Recipes from Anjum
Learn How Anjam Anand Started Cooking

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Food Network Kitchens Forecast: 2011 in 2 Recipes

Smoky Bloody Bull Cocktail

Yesterday we shared some of Food Network Kitchens’ picks for top food trends to watch for in 2011. Now get the recipes that celebrate those themes. Is this what we’ll be eating in 2011?

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Feast for Luck in 2011

Michael Symon's dish pairs two lucky foods: Pork and cabbage. Plus, his decadent pan sauce is spiked with Champagne.

Coming up short on ideas for a creative and delicious New Year’s Eve menu? You’re in luck, literally. We’ve comprised a mouth-watering menu of dishes from Cooking Channel chefs, each course showcasing foods that are believed bring good fortune for the New Year. Every January we vow to eat better, exercise more, be kinder, or give up whatever our worst vice may be. That all takes work—so a little extra luck can’t hurt.

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Top Blog Posts of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Blog Post of 2010:  “Loving Two Fat Ladies”
When Cooking Channel announced it was bringing back the wry, dry and sly ladies of the kitchen, Two Fat Ladies fans went nuts. We couldn’t be happier to watch them every Saturday night, and chuckle along at their saucy antics.
Read the Post
Catch the Two Fat Ladies Marathon on New Year’s Day
Make their Original Recipes
More Two Fat Ladies on the Blog

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Food Network Kitchens: Top Food Trends for 2011

Kelsey's Banana Caramel Cream Pie

The Food Network’s Kitchens offer for your perusal eleven trends that will define the coming year in food. Check out five of the trends here, then visit Food Network’s Dish for the rest of the list.

And if reading about these trends makes you hungry, you’re in luck. This year they’ve distilled (or rather mashed up) the predictions into two emblematic recipes, thus giving you an opportunity unique among year-end forecasts: the chance to eat the predictions! Check back tomorrow for the recipes. If they’re any indication, the year 2011 is going to be a delicious one. Bon appétit!

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Top Shows of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

Most-Visited Show Online:  French Food at Home
Laura Calder’s fans weren’t shy in showing their love for her easy-going demystification of French cuisine, with an overwhelming number of visits to her show, her recipes, and her videos online. With wonderfuly comforting dishes such as Pommes de Terre à la Boulangère and her Easy Pastry-Shop Apple Tart, it’s no surprise that she’s a favorite.
French Food at Home
Laura Calder
Top Recipes from the Show

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Matt’s Lemon Blueberry Muffins

MattBites Lemon Blueberry Muffins

You know what I love most about this time of year? The fact that everyone is busy with the holidays. This leaves me with ample free time to actually spend lazy mornings catching up with a stack of magazines and enough time to get in the kitchen and bake. And when a craving for muffins called, well, I answered. Loaded with plump blueberries and the zing of lemon zest, these muffins took me a few tries before getting them just the way I wanted them.

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Can You Handle The Heat?

Roger Mooking and Aarón Sanchez bring on the heat. Can they handle it?

When it comes to spicy food, people all over the world love to play with fire. Cooking Channel’s Roger Mooking and Aarón Sanchez are taking it to a whole new level.

From the spiciest food trucks (in Austin, TX!) to Indian dosas with fiery habanero chiles in San Fran, these two Heat Seekers are tearing up the country, and tasting it all.

See what sets their mouths ablaze in Heat Seekers, tonight at 8pm ET on Cooking Channel.

Top Recipes of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Recipe of 2010: Ching’s Chicken Chow Mein
Cooking Channel fans went absolutely mad about Ching’s classic recipe from hit show Chinese Food Made Easy. “I love this simple dish with plenty of fresh crunchy vegetables” she says. “It couldn’t be easier or healthier!” We hope that many of you tried this dish on your own—we want to hear! 
See the Recipe
More Recipes from Chinese Food Made Easy
All about Ching-He Huang

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