Worst Things About Fall: school; everything is suddenly pumpkin flavored; it’s getting brisk out there.
Best Things About Fall: Oktoberfest, everything is suddenly pumpkin flavored; awesome new shows on Cooking Channel.
Here’s a peek at our fall TV lineup. Get pumped for some of the best new shows and best returning shows on Cooking Channel this fall.
Premieres September 27
Saturdays at 1:30pm ET
Web sensation and online superstar Laura Vitale brings her take on American mealtime to television. With an emphasis on simple and seasonal, Laura blends easy but enticing recipes and girl-next-door charm, making meals that America will adore.
Continue Reading Cooking Channel’s Can’t-Miss Fall TV Schedule
Nadia G’s kitchen is candy-colored and decked out in animal print and leather, because she thinks your kitchen decor should have as much flavor as the food you make in it. On her ulive web series Sick Kitchens, she’s revamping tacky, cluttered kitchens to have bitchin’ form and even bitchin’-ier function. Since Nadia can’t make over every kitchen in the world (she’s busy with stuff like a new Cooking Channel travel series coming out this summer), we’ve teamed up with ulive to give away a sweet fridge and range from Elmira Stove Works to one lucky winner. You pick the color. They’ll deliver it and make your kitchen awesome. Check out Sick Kitchens and then enter to win now.
You can enter twice a day from now until June 16th — once here and once on ulive.
Enter the Sick Kitchens Giveaway now!
On last night’s The Freshman Class, Amalia was forced to choose between school and family when her daughter’s play conflicted with an important wine class.
In this web-only clip, Amalia seeks the advice of another mom to help her decide:
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Did you know that if your carrots become limp, you can recrisp them in a bowl of ice water? If you carrot all about sweet, crunchy root vegetables, check out our complete guide to buying, prepping, using and storing carrots for more tips to amaze your inner Easter bunny:
Continue Reading Improve Your Insight with Our Guide to Carrots
All these Mondays back at work are really cutting into our sitting-in-the-park-to-watch-the-flowers-bloom time. It’s unreasonable after that incorrigible winter. The reassuring news is that you need only 60 seconds to find out how to make Giada’s tongue- and mind-stimulating tiramisu. Drop a post-it note on the floor and watch this video while your boss bends down to pick it up. Then when she hands it back, write “I know how to make tiramisu” on it and wait for your promotion:
Continue Reading In 1 Minute, Learn How to Make Decadent Tiramisu
Omelets are a simple idea, but they’re not always easy to execute. Bobby Flay, possibly one of the world’s foremost omelet authorities, shows you how to nail the technique and presentation:
Continue Reading The Secret to a Perfect Omelet
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Nobody can deny the appeal of warm, velvety mashed potatoes. But there are a number of variations on this classic side dish worth exploring. Try any of these recipes and you may never go back to the original.
1. Mashed Potatoes with Roasted Garlic and Mascarpone Cheese (pictured above)
Bobby enhances the already rich and velvety texture of mashed potatoes by folding in a hearty dose of mascarpone cheese. Mascarpone’s mildly sweet flavor also helps to balance out the saltiness of traditional mashed potatoes.
Continue Reading Comfort Fest: Mashed Potatoes, Reinvented