Nadia G makes sure to add style to everything she does, from her recipes to her outfits to her kitchen. That’s because, in order, she likes great food, looking hot and cooking in a place that has as much flavor as the food she prepares in it. The latter is the subject of her new web series Sick Kitchen on our sister site Ulive. She travels around to people’s houses, tells them their kitchens are tacky and cluttered, and then revamps them with inspired decor and slamming new appliances.
Now through June 16, you can give your own kitchen a bit of Nadia G’s sick style by entering the Sick Kitchens sweepstakes. We’ve teamed up with Ulive to give away a sweet fridge and range (in the colors of your choice) from Elmira Stove Works to one lucky winner. Check out Sick Kitchens and then enter to win now.
You can enter twice a day — once here and once on Ulive.
Enter the Sick Kitchens Giveaway now!
Fine restaurants beware: This baby is very particular about the food served on kids’ menus.
… Like the word radish comes from the Greek word Raphanus meaning “quickly appearing” because you can pick them just three weeks after planting the seed. Check out our awesome video guide to radishes for more intel on selecting, prepping and serving spring’s raddest root vegetable:
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If you turn on Cooking Channel or Food Network today (or visit our Facebook and Twitter pages), you’ll notice our logos have turned blue. Today is World Autism Awareness Day, so we’re participating in a unique global initiative to help shine a light on the growing public health concern.
To find out more about autism, the Light It Up Blue campaign and easy ways you can participate, visit AutismSpeaks.org/LIUB.
Sure, this comfort food classic is fantastic on its own, straight out of the jar, but this versatile snack also pairs perfectly with a surprising number of foods, savory and sweet. Some of its most-celebrated companions include chocolate, banana and even bacon. Here are a few satisfying peanut butter desserts, perfect for toting along to parties or serving at cozy get-togethers with friends and family (though you may not want to share!).
1. No-Bake Cream Cheese Peanut Butter Pie with Chocolate Whipped Cream (pictured above)
Requiring only 15 minutes of prep work, this no-bake pie combines rich layers of whipped chocolate topping, peanut butter-cream cheese filling and a buttery pretzel crust to amplify the peanut butter’s natural saltiness.
Continue Reading Comfort Fest: Most-Comforting Peanut Butter Desserts
Have you ever tasted something that flooded you with memories, transporting you to a different place and time? Around St. Patrick’s Day, I’m often reminded of some of the tasty Irish food I tried during my adventurous travels filming for my ulive series, Travel Like the Locals with Darley. I’ve been lucky to visit Ireland a few times and try many of the classic dishes that Irish cooks and Irish families have come to love.
If St. Paddy’s Day has you in the mood to cook or you’re just dreaming of Ireland, celebrate with one or more of these simple and tasty Irish recipes that you can make at home! If you’re feeling particularly inspired, make them all together for a complete St. Paddy’s feast.
Irish Soda Bread (pictured above) Simple and tasty, this quick bread is inexpensive and goes with any meal. You’ll find it in pubs and restaurants throughout Ireland.
Continue Reading The Best Irish Dishes You Can Make at Home
The Chinese Lunar New Year is February 19. For Cooking Channel’s Luke Nguyen, that means cooking fantastic food with his family, everyone wearing red, and wishing for prosperity and luck. In this web-only video, Luke shows you what he cooked with his family to celebrate last year and why:
Check out more web-only videos with Luke Nguyen celebrating the Lunar New Year.
Watch Luke Nguyen’s Greater Mekong every Tuesday at 9:30am ET