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Archive for March, 2012

Take Your Obsession to a New Level: Fantasy Cookbooks

You read the series of novels, and have strong opinions about the actors portraying the characters in the movie version. You were first in line to see the midnight showing, and you’ve seen it innumerable times since. You have heated online debates about what the writer/director got right and wrong and — not that you […]

Devour’d: Ice Cream Baked Potato

Just another loaded-up baked potato waiting to be devoured? Think again. This big bad baked spud is actually dessert in disguise. The “potato” is ice cream, complete with a cocoa-powdered skin. Whipped cream masquerades as the sour cream, and frosting fills in for butter. The pièce de résistance? Dyed green pecan “chives.” This sweet look-alike is good […]

What Can $640 Million Buy You?

You’ve purchased your Mega Millions ticket already (who hasn’t?), but have you started dreaming about how you’d spend that money? We sure have! And we wondered: Just what could you buy with $640,000,000?

Cookbook Giveaway: The Pioneer Woman Cooks

Everyone’s favorite accidental country girl, Ree Drummond, started the blog ThePioneerWoman.com in 2006, sharing stories of ranch life in Oklahoma, amazing photographs of food and family, and, of course, irresistible cowboy- and kid-approved recipes. Her first cookbook, The Pioneer Woman Cooks, was a #1 New York Times best-seller, and last year she became a Food […]

Reinventing the Meal

Tune into Reinventing the Meal this Sunday at 8pm ET with Chef Richard Blais. Join Blais as he seeks out unique purveyors, off-the-beaten-path ethnic kitchens & “wild card” foodie spots, collecting ingredients and insight as he goes.

Coffee Break: 3 Videos to Watch Now

Take 10 minutes/your coffee break and treat yourself to some of Cooking Channel’s newest video clips. Learn a skill, get a laugh and maybe find a new idea for dinner tonight.  3 Videos to Watch This Week: 1. Trend Alert! Find the funny in food with our new sketch comedy series, Fodder. In the first […]

Thirsty Thursday: The Tipsy Pig 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. A hard thing to disagree with, we know. Drink up, […]

Fishing (and Surfing) in The Big Apple

New York is not the first place you think of when it comes to seafood, surfing and fishing. In fact, when I moved there more than 12 years ago, I was quite sure my days as a waterman were over. But boy, was I wrong. My first great discovery was surfing in Queens. One day, […]

Sifted: Cheesecake Gets Out of Control + Easter Craft Ideas

5 Hot Links We’re Loving: Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough-Devil’s Food Cake Cheesecake: When it comes to dessert, Sprinkle Bakes does not joke around. This carrot ginger dressing from Everybody Likes Sandwiches is packed with vitamins and will help you feel replenished after a long day (or after indulging in the above dessert). Daydreaming about the […]

President Obama Pins His First Recipe

Always on top of social media, President Obama just joined rising social site, Pinterest, and included his First recipe on the unsurprisingly-titled board, Obama-Inspired Recipes. Suspense killing you? Find out the First Family’s First Recipe here…

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