Chicken doesn’t have to be boring, and Pok Pok’s chef, Andy Ricker, proves that with his cult-favorite dish, Kai Yaang. A whole roasted chicken is brined, stuffed with Thai aromatics like lemongrass, garlic and cilantro, then marinated in soy and fish sauces and basted with shallot oil and honey to ensure maximum flavor.
If you can’t get to Pok Pok in Portland, Oregon, or its outposts in Los Angeles and Brooklyn, you can check out Ricker’s recipe for Kai Yaang here. Then watch him make it with Man Fire Food host Roger Mooking on Tuesday, August 16 at 9pm ET on Cooking Channel.
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If you are always looking for new ways to incorporate cheese into meals, let Food’s Greatest Hits give you some fresh ideas. On the premiere of Cooking Channel’s new show, comfort foods are transformed into wacky creations. You’ll get to watch brave volunteers captured on camera as they try remixes like triple-decker breakfast grilled cheese and shrimp-topped savory cheesecake. You’ll also see some familiar faces — like Haylie Duff, Rev Run and Justine Simmons, Alie Ward and Georgia Hardstark, and others — providing commentary about cheese’s rich history and ways you can use it.
If you missed the first episode, check it out in all its cheesy glory below, and watch more of the wacky remixed food on Food’s Greatest Hits every Monday at 10 and 10:30pm ET.
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Roger Mooking is back for another season of Man Fire Food, and in the Season 5 premiere, he discovered even crazier ways to cook with fire. In Miami, he made paella and roast butterflied pork on a coal-fueled contraption called the Cross Table, and then in Birmingham, Ala., he made a meat-lovers’ feast with a portable oven.
If you missed any of the fiery action, watch the full episode below, and tune in for more Man Fire Food on Tuesdays at 9pm ET on Cooking Channel.
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Devouring juicy burgers by the pool is living the dream, but picking which one to make isn’t. Match your foodie personality with our favorite burgers below and find out if you should grill up a classic burger (pictured above), a cheese-stuffed patty or some other befitting burg.
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White BBQ sauce is popping up on menus from Portland, Ore., to New York City, where Shake Shack’s Danny Meyer is dousing wings with it at Blue Smoke, to fine-dining restaurants like Publican in Chicago, where Paul Kahan has served char-grilled carrots with white BBQ sauce. So what is it, and what makes it so special? Actually, the sauce has existed since the early 1920s, when “Big Bob” Gibson opened his eponymous restaurant in Decatur, Ala. Over 90 years later, a lot of people in Alabama believe BBQ sauce is white, because that’s what they grew up with. Outside of Alabama, people who have ever heard of such a thing have been few and far between. But with 93 (and counting) Shake Shacks around the world, Danny Meyer is as good a barometer as any for what you can expect to see on your plate in the coming years.
We caught up with the man who helms the pit at “Big Bob” Gibson Bar-B-Q these days, Chris Lilly, to find out why he thinks white BBQ sauce is the best.
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Summer is just around the corner, and so are a slew of new Cooking Channel shows. As the weather heats up, Haylie Duff is hitting the road in Haylie’s America, Shannon Ambrosio is battling pitmasters in Big Bad BBQ Brawl and comfort food is getting remixed on Food’s Greatest Hits.
Check out our full summer TV lineup below. It includes more playing with fire on Man Fire Food, sweet treats on Sugar Showdown Season 2 and more.
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What happens when a Yankee chef battles the best barbecue pitmasters in the South? Brooklynite Shannon Ambrosio is here to find out on his new show Big Bad BBQ Brawl.
This week, he traveled to the Gulf Coast of Mississippi to challenge the chefs from local favorite ‘cue restaurant Murky Waters to a Southern-style BBQ sandwich showdown, using local flavor inspiration to try to win over a panel of judges. Who came out on top? Watch the full episode below to see who took the BBQ crown.
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This summer, Brooklyn chef Shannon Ambrosio is taking on the best Southern pitmasters on Big Bad BBQ Brawl, but before we watch him battle ‘cue kings, there’s another food fight to check out.
Get a taste of the battles in The Great American Food Feud, Cooking Channel’s new animated shorts featuring actual BBQ brawls.
In the first episode, Texas BBQ Ribs have a bone to pick with the Memphis Pulled Pork Sandwich. Who will hosts Tom Mato and Grace Poupon announce as the winner of this sizzling fight? Watch below to find out.
Continue Reading Dig Into The Great American Food Feud with Animated BBQ Brawls
To kick off summer, put down the chips and pick up the chicks. Fire up the grill for some quick grilled chicken skewers with grapes (pictured above), light Indian-spiced bites and more grilled chicken skewer recipes.
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Sometimes not even Southern charm can get you out of a sticky situation. In the premiere of Cake Hunters, Vanessa and Tim worked with multiple bakers to find a cake that balanced her idea for a garden-centric, Savannah-inspired confection and his desire to show their love story without being too feminine or flowery.
Watch the full episode below to see which designer won out and whether flowers took the cake. Cake Hunters airs Wednesdays at 10pm ET on Cooking Channel.
Continue Reading The Cake Hunters Premiere Will Cake Your Breath Away