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Archive for January, 2012

Big Game Giveaway: Cheeseboards, Pitchers and Pint Glasses

When the New England Patriots and New York Giants meet in Indianapolis on Sunday, February 5th, two of the world’s top teams will leave it all on the field, while we at home, well, we’ll do our best not to leave anything on our plates. It’s football’s biggest stage and tailgating season’s biggest feast. With […]

Shortcut: Milk Bar Cookie Mixes

When I got my hands on a copy of the gorgeous Momofuku Milk Bar cookbook a few months ago, I wanted to dive in right away and bake some of my favorite cookies from the original East Village shop. But I’ll admit: I was intimidated by a few of the ingredients and the multiple components […]

Meatless Monday: Penne With Roasted Tomatoes

Go meat-free today with Ellie Krieger’s hearty tomato and white bean pasta dish.

National Pie Day: Celebrate with Salted Caramel Apple Pie

It’s National Pie Day, so put aside the endless Team Pie vs. Team Cake debate and focus on what really matters — finding yourself a slice o’ pie. We’re celebrating this food holiday with an American classic : Apple Pie. But it’s not just apple pie — it’s Salted Caramel Apple Pie.

Chinese New Year: Recipes for the Year of the Dragon

There are many traditions and superstitions surrounding the Chinese New Year, which Steamy Kitchen’s Jaden Hair outlined for us, but as we enter the year of the Dragon, we at Cooking Channel are most excited about the holiday’s fifteen days of feasting. (Naturally.) This year, the Chinese New Year falls on Monday, January 23. Steering clear […]

Cookbook Giveaway: Deliciously G-Free

Elisabeth Hasselbeck, co-host of The View and New York Times best-selling author of The G-Free Diet, grew up in an Italian-American family that would gather around the dinner table for cozy homemade feasts. When she was diagnosed with celiac disease a decade ago, Elisabeth’s favorite dishes were suddenly off-limits. But now, with Deliciously G-Free, she […]

Thirsty Thursday: Brown Butter Old Fashioned Cocktail

It’s more than just alliteration; it’s a statement, a proclamation that Thursdays are when the weekend should really start. Kicking it off right is the key, and what better way than with a cocktail that not only takes the edge off, but tastes good too. Last week we shared a recipe for Alie and Georgia’s quirky-cool Drunken […]

Symon’s Suppers

Chef Michael Symon returns to Cooking Channel for his new show Symon’s Suppers, sharing his secrets for serving great food at home. Tune in Thursday’s at 9:30 pm ET as he demonstrates his best recipes for steak night, bar snacks, Southern favorites and more. On tonight: Comforting Classics. Symon visits his friend and roasted chicken […]

From Nose to Tail, Be Inspired by Pork

Our kitchens turned into pork central when Joshua Applestone of Fleisher’s led us in a “nose to tail” class. We butchered, cooked, developed recipes and got inspired by the awesomeness of great pork. Using every part is good economy and ecology (and how we need to think about all meats in general), but it’s also […]

Pecan Pie Pops For MLK Day

It turns out Dr. Martin Luther King’s favorite food was Pecan Pie. (Obviously, he had excellent taste). We couldn’t think of a better way to commemorate his legacy than offering up these sweet Mini Pecan Pie Pops featured in Food(ography).

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