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South Beach Wine & Food Fest 2012 — Burger Kings, Bubbly & BBQ

The Food Network South Beach Wine & Food Festival is well under way in sunny Miami and whether you prefer Iron Chefs to Top Chefs, Rachael Ray vs. Guy Fieri, the stars are out in force…

Chuck Hughes Answers Your Top Questions

He’s already competed in Kitchen Stadium, worked hard on his Day Off and spent the week in Mexico. For Chuck Hughes’ next challenge, he decided to take on: Your questions. Chuck stopped by the Cooking Channel Facebook Page earlier today to answer questions from his fans. In case you missed it, here are some of […]

Chuck Hughes on The Next Iron Chef

Have you been watching the new season of The Next Iron Chef over on Food Network? The stakes are high this year with a star-studded lineup of Super Chefs competing for one coveted Iron Chef spot, including Cooking Channel’s own Chuck Hughes. The Chuck’s Day Off host and chef-owner of Montreal’s Garde Manger restaurant has made […]

Cooking Channel Stars Spotted at NYC Wine & Food Fest

Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos, Bobby Flay, Alton Brown, Ben Sargent and Kelsey Nixon were all out at the 2011 New York City Wine and Food Festival last weekend.

Friday Food Fight: Corn-Tomato Salad

Welcome to Friday Food Fight, where we pit two similar recipes against each other and leave it to you, Cooking Channel fans, to tell us which you like better — or why your own take on the dish beats them both! This week, we’ve got two takes on an August favorite: the corn-and-tomato salad. Both […]

United Tastes of America: Season 2 Premieres Tonight

Jeffrey Saad returns to Cooking Channel to continue his hunt for the foods that unite America. In season one of United Tastes of America, Jeffrey tracked down the back stories on all-American  classics, like burgers, pizza and hot dogs. In season two, he goes further. In addition to the all-American favorites, he also explores dishes […]

Where to Find the Best Crab Cakes

When I decided to ride my 1973 BMW motorcycle for this entire seafood odyssey, I neglected to factor in something major: Oregon. While Oregon is one of the most beautiful places on earth, the elements of the Pacific Northwest can be far from friendly.  I think I averaged about three layers of clothing and a […]

Gumbo Secrets From the “Queen of Creole Cuisine”

“I went to Dooky Chase To get me something to eat The waitress looked at me and said Ray, you sure look beat, Now it’s early in the morning And I ain’t got nothing but the blues” —Ray Charles, “Early in the Morning Blues” For anyone traveling to New Orleans on a food pilgrimage, Dooky […]

All-New Season of Kelsey’s Essentials

Shake off summertime idleness: It’s time to jump back into the kitchen with Kelsey. Kelsey Nixon returns for a second season of Kelsey’s Essentials this Saturday at 2 p.m. ET. She’ll share her essential recipes, techniques, tools and tips to make you a pro in the kitchen. Here’s a sneak peek of what she’s cooking […]

The Best Seafood in the South

Charleston is a town steeped in history. The first shots of the Civil War were fired here. In fact, you can still find live cannon balls from the war in the oyster flats! But in the modern era, Charleston has become a tourist town where you can find some of the best seafood in the […]

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