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Watch the Dinner at Tiffani’s Premiere for a Macho, Macho Meal

Get ready to see grown men cry on Dinner at Tiffani’s. In the Season 2 premiere, Tiffani Thiessen prepared a manly meal for her husband, Brady Smith, and their friends Matthew Lillard and Nashville star Eric Close. She kicked things off with a juicy blue cheese-bacon Ultimate Lux Burger and beer-battered fries, she also served something a little healthier with a hearty wedge salad with homemade ranch dressing.

Watch the full episode below to see the guys weep tears of joy over all of that, plus her salted caramel snickerdoodle ice cream sandwiches, and see more of this season’s photo booth fun here. Dinner at Tiffani’s airs Wednesdays at 8pm ET.

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Go Pinkies Out for High Tea on Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers Season 3 Premiere

If your New Year’s resolution is to be fancier, Rev Run and his family are here to help. In the Rev Run’s Sunday Suppers Season 3 premiere, Rev’s wife, Justine Simmons, wants to host a traditional English high tea, but Rev is not so sure that tiny sandwiches will satisfy his friend Perry.

Watch the full episode below to see them compromise with a combination of tea sandwiches — Justine’s dill-smoked salmon and Rev’s meatball sliders — lemon-strawberry scones and, of course, mixed berry tea.

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Nachos’ Calorie Count Becomes Less Grande in the Junk Food Flip Premiere

Melted cheese apparently does have a limit. Bobby Deen and Nikki Dinki are back with a brand-new season of Junk Food Flip, and in the Season 2 premiere the duo traveled to San Diego to tackle the epic, 2,290-calorie Champion’s Chicharrones Nachos at Lucha Libre’s.

Bobby and Nikki faced off to create the best healthy remake of the restaurant’s shrimp-and-chorizo-topped fried pork rinds before their versions were put to a blind taste test with local diners. Check out the full episode below to see which dish reigned supreme in their showdown.

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Watch Patti LaBelle and Viral YouTube Star James Wright Chanel Bake Sweet Potato Pie

If you ran to the store after watching the viral video of James (literally) singing his praises for Patti’s sweet potato pie, we have exciting news: You can finally make your own at home. Better yet, Patti and James will show you how to hit the high notes at your holiday party with three different pie recipes on her new Cooking Channel special, Patti LaBelle’s Holiday Pies.

To ring in the holidays, Patti and James baked up a storm; they made an Apple-Peach Cobbler, Holiday Brisket Pot Pie and, of course, that signature family recipe for sweet potato pie.

Watch them bake — and maybe even sing — together when you watch the full episode below, then check out some of her best recipes here.

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TV’s 5 Best Christmas Food Moments, from 30 Rock to Gilmore Girls


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Forget about gathering ’round the tree — sometimes the best holiday traditions include sitting together around the TV. When the weather outside is frightful, watching hilarious Christmas movie scenes with your family or tuning in for special holiday-themed episodes of television is great if you don’t love football. Plus, seeing dysfunctional families fighting at their dinner tables might just make you realize yours isn’t so bad.

Below, we’ve highlighted five Christmas — and a few Chrismukkah, aka Christmas and Hanukkah — episodes that we want to cozy up and watch this year, including 30 Rock’s Ludachristmas, The Office’s Benihana celebration and much more. And while you’re at it, start planning your own feast with our best Christmas recipes.

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How to Have the Best O.C.-Style Chrismukkah Celebration Ever


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‘Tis the season to be jolly, and no matter what holiday you’re celebrating, there’s one you should get on your radar. Chrismukkah — which combines the best parts of Christmas and Hanukkah — is the brainchild of The O.C.’s Seth Cohen, and throughout the show’s four seasons, we learned all the magical ways to combine menorahs and candy canes during the joint holiday.

During the eight days of presents followed by one day of many presents, two things are vital: wearing a Yamaclaus and eating an abundance of food from both styles of feasts. So to help you throw the perfect Chrismukkah party, we’ve put together the ultimate menu fusing Jewish cuisine, like latkes and kugel, with traditional Christmas fare, like prime rib and cranberry sauce.

And remember: Chrismukkah is unruinable. It has twice the resistance of any normal holiday, making it the perfect time to experiment.

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Holiday Specials Preview: ‘Tis the Season with Rosanna Pansino, Chuck Hughes and More

As the weather outside gets frightful and the sound of jingle bells draws closer, it’s time to prepare for the holiday season. While you’re lazily hibernating inside as the snow falls outside, you can also actively get ready for big family dinners with Cooking Channel’s impressive programming lineup through December.

This year, we have new specials from YouTube’s Nerdy Nummies host Rosanna Pansino as she tackles a holiday edition of Ro’s Tasty Treats, plus a brand-new episode of Unwrapped 2.0 that uncovers the mysteries of candy canes and canned cranberry sauce. If you’re in the mood for old favorites, hosts like G. Garvin, Chuck Hughes, Nadia G, Rev Run and many more will share their Christmas and Hanukkah recipes and entertaining secrets. Check out the festive guide below — the variety’s snow joke.

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Watch Judy Greer’s Culinary Dream Become a Nightmare on Star Plates

Judy Greer has worn many hats in her career — including helpful best friend Penny on The Wedding Planner, wacky assistant Kitty on Arrested Development and maniacal secretary Cheryl on Archer — but our favorite yet is when she plays chef for the night. On Cooking Channel’s new show Star Plates, Judy learns how to make her favorite ravioli with Chef Antonia Lofaso — whom you may know from Top Chef and Cutthroat Kitchen — at Black Market Liquor Bar in Los Angeles.

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Say “Yee-Haw!” to Texas Barbecue on Eat the Nation

They say everything’s bigger in Texas, and Ching-He Huang is on the hunt to find out exactly how big and bold the barbecue is in Fort Worth on her new show Eat the Nation. The Easy Chinese and Restaurant Redemption host’s first adventure includes smoking her first brisket at Billy’s Oak Acres BBQ, checking out strapping cowboys at ranches and rodeos, and enjoying copious amounts of cowboy cuisine.

Watch Ching-He gallop on up to Texas cuisine on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at 10:30pm ET.

Watch the Kelsey’s Homemade Premiere and Get Schooled in Brunch 101

After teaching us the basics on Kelsey’s Essentials, Kelsey Nixon is bringing us back to her roots on Kelsey’s Homemade. Instead of just focusing on tips and tricks to make cooking easier, she’s sharing old family secrets and making her own traditions. On the series premiere, she planned a last-minute brunch for three couples and three kids, taking us on a quick 20-minute shopping trip in Essex Market with her toddler in tow and whipping up a full sweet and savory spread.

If you missed the new show, don’t worry — you can watch her make Chorizo Frittata, Charred Citrus Salad and Oatmeal Berry Cobbler  by watching the full episode below. There’s even a secret recipe from Kelsey’s mom for tart lemon whipped cream:

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