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Big-Game Party Pick: Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders

Ching's Sweet and Sour Pork Sliders

Today we’re pulling up a chair — i.e., grabbing a seat on the couch in front of the TV — for a virtual pre-Super Bowl party hosted by Food Network (#pullupachair). To spice up this all-American game day with a little international flair, we’re bringing Ching-He Huang’s take on sliders, made with Asian-style sweet and sour pork meatballs. Easy to eat and packed with flavor, these two-bite snacks do the pigskin tradition proud.

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Chinese New Year: Recipes for the Year of the Dragon

There are many traditions and superstitions surrounding the Chinese New Year, which Steamy Kitchen’s Jaden Hair outlined for us, but as we enter the year of the Dragon, we at Cooking Channel are most excited about the holiday’s fifteen days of feasting. (Naturally.) This year, the Chinese New Year falls on Monday, January 23.

Steering clear of squid (eating the tentacled creatures during the celebration symbolizes getting fired in the coming year), we’ve rounded up some of our best Chinese recipes for your at-home celebration:

Wok-Cooked Monkfish with Sesame Soy Sauce
Cooking a fish whole — including head and tail — symbolizes togetherness and unity. Enjoy this dish on New Year’s Eve and then partake in the leftovers the next day to gurantee having more than enough food in the coming year.

Zesty Chile Tiger Prawns
Forecast a year filled with happiness and laughter with this delicious garlic and chile-flavored shrimp dish.

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Enter for an Opportunity to Meet Ching at the LUCKYRICE Festival

Chine-He Huang with Lucky Rice Festival

Cooking Channel’s own Ching-He Huang from Chinese Food Made Easy is joining the ranks of star chefs like David Chang, Daniel Boulud, Marcus Samuelsson and Anthony Bourdain to participate in the second-annual LUCKYRICE Festival, an exciting, week-long tribute to the incredible diversity of Asian culinary culture.

The NYC-based roster of festival events is a Who’s Whoin the Asian culinary world today, featuring truly unique events with chefs from Iron Chef Morimoto to Ming Tsai … see the full list here.

Ching hosts the LUCKYRICE Festival.

If you’ll be in NYC May 6-8, you can enter for an opportunity to win a pair of free tickets to two festival events, and meet Ching yourself!

Here’s how: Leave a comment at the bottom of this blog post with a question you would pose to Ching about Chinese cooking. It could be a request for a specific tip on the best way to cook a dish, or a question about how she would tackle a specific ingredient. Get creative, but stick to questions about cooking that would have a broad appeal.

We’ll choose our favorite and award a grand prize:

  • A ticket for you and a guest to the Grand Feast on Friday, May 6 at 6-10pm
  • A ticket for you and a guest to Ching’s Talk + Taste on Sunday, May 8 at 1-4pm
  • A signed copy of Ching’s book Chinese Food Made Easy
  • Plus a chance to meet Ching!

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Top Videos of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Online Video of 2010: Tandoori Chicken
Fans of Indian Food Made Easy host Anjum Anand followed her into the kitchen of Gaylord Restaurant, the very first Indian restaurant to open in mad-for-curry London almost fifty years ago. The tandoori chef walks Anjum through the making of the classic dish, tandoori chicken.
See How He Does It
More Indian Recipes from Anjum
Learn How Anjam Anand Started Cooking

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Top Shows of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

Most-Visited Show Online:  French Food at Home
Laura Calder’s fans weren’t shy in showing their love for her easy-going demystification of French cuisine, with an overwhelming number of visits to her show, her recipes, and her videos online. With wonderfuly comforting dishes such as Pommes de Terre à la Boulangère and her Easy Pastry-Shop Apple Tart, it’s no surprise that she’s a favorite.
French Food at Home
Laura Calder
Top Recipes from the Show

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Top Recipes of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Recipe of 2010: Ching’s Chicken Chow Mein
Cooking Channel fans went absolutely mad about Ching’s classic recipe from hit show Chinese Food Made Easy. “I love this simple dish with plenty of fresh crunchy vegetables” she says. “It couldn’t be easier or healthier!” We hope that many of you tried this dish on your own—we want to hear! 
See the Recipe
More Recipes from Chinese Food Made Easy
All about Ching-He Huang

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Cooking Channel’s Ice Cream Truck Cometh!

I scream.  You scream.  Get ready...

I scream. You scream. Get ready...

Cooking Channel is going coast-to-coast with a tricked-out Ice Cream Truck.  Get ready, Food People, we’re probably come to a town near you…

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Cooking the Channel: Chicken Chow Mein

Chicken Chow Mein from <em>Chinese Food Made Easy</em>

Chicken Chow Mein from Chinese Food Made Easy

Join our cooking club! We’re excited by the eclectic Cooking Channel show lineup and the great-looking recipes flooding our site, so we’re working our way through the shows, one recipe at a time…

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