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25 Ways to Use Matzo

Have you already run out of Passover-friendly meals and never want to see another piece of brisket again? (Okay, maybe just one more slice). To help you avoid the Passover food rut and the twice-a-day matzo pizza, we’ve gathered recipes to fill your 8 days of unleavened bread. Because you can really only eat so [...]

Crazy Food Experiments in Movies

In the immortal words of some random scientist, “Don’t just play with your food, experiment with it!” It’s with that spirit that we present to you the greatest, wackiest and just plain tastiest experiments with food in the history of cinema. Pictures: 10 Craziest Food Experiments in Movies

Spring Fest: 5 Kid-Friendly Cupcakes

Cupcakes, when you get down to it, are just cakes sized for kids. And some of the best cupcake flavors — including strawberry — are at their peak in spring. Give in to sweet temptation with these spring cupcake recipes that appeal to kids of all ages. A few are even decorated with seasonal, floral [...]

Why You Should Eat Eggs

After a few years on the naughty list, eggs are back in nutritionists’ good graces. Vegetarians and breakfast fiends know that they’re an excellent source of protein, but if eggs are not a regular part of your diet, here are a few reasons to crack open one or a dozen.

Alie & Georgia’s Favorite Foodie Instagrams

While bloggers have the Internet food market not just covered but smothered, and professional food photographers drizzle blood, sweat and tears over each shot, the little corner of the Internet known as Instagram is turning cell phone photos of food into works of art. But a Hudson filter and some fancy framing do not food [...]

Gabriele Corcos and Debi Mazar’s Tips on Eating on the Cheap

We run a Tuscan kitchen: Our pantry is usually always full but extremely humble. As far as feeding a family in a budget-conscious way, we believe that some staple foods, like canned beans and tuna, rice, pasta and canned tomatoes, and obviously the basic condiments like extra virgin olive oil and a few spices should [...]

Help Us Raise Autism Awareness

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, [...]

What We’re Watching: Netflix’s New April 1st Food Movies

The guys behind House of Cards and Orange is the New Black have done it again. But this time around, they’re swapping the polyester pantsuits of Capitol Hill and the aggressively orange jumpsuits of prison for something that really gets us going. For a captivating, edge-of-your seat, 73-minute drama, look no further than “Rotisserie Chicken.”  [...]

The Greatest Food Pranks of All Time

Happy April Fools’ Day. While you are planning to pretend your dog transformed into the mailman or to replace the eggs in your house with oval-shaped balls of Play-Doh, why don’t you take a few minutes to stroll down memory lane? In honor of the holiday, here are the best food pranks in movies. Watch: [...]

Lose Weight With Bacon and Gravy Shakes?

The battle to lose weight is a costly one indeed, both figuratively in that it takes up a lot of mental energy but also literally as there are a lot of expensive products out there that claim to be a golden ticket. Well, these weight loss shakes come with one key difference: These taste like [...]

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