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31 Days of Cookies: Emeril’s Butter Cookies

This year, we’re celebrating the season with a month of nonstop cookies. For the 13th day of cookies, we’re getting in shape(s) with Emeril’s classic, colorful butter cookies. Click here for the Butter Cookies recipe. More cookies: All-Star Cookie Swap Food Network’s 12 Days of Cookies

The Originals: Emeril Heads Home to NOLA

Tonight on The Originals, Emeril is down south in his adopted hometown of New Orleans. He’s got several applauded restaurants of his own in the Big Easy, but the places he highlights go back way before his time. Café du Monde is a Jackson Square landmark beloved by locals and tourists alike. Emeril delights in [...]

Emeril Hits South Beach

On tonight’s episode of The Originals, Emeril takes a quick vacay in Miami. He’s not in search of the hottest new restaurants, but the classic spots that have served up quality food for decades. His first stop is the legendary Joe’s Stone Crab in South Beach, where the meaty crab claws have been the thing to [...]

Emeril Visits Dallas Originals

In The Originals, Chef Emeril Lagasse visits some cities that are well-known for their rich culinary history: Think New York and the chef’s beloved New Orleans. But this week, he’s making a less-expected stop in the Lone Star State to check out classic eats in Dallas. “Many folks don’t think Dallas is old enough to [...]

Kentucky Derby Watch 2011: Mint Julep Madness

Don’t put away your big hats just yet — The Kentucky Derby takes place this weekend and is sure to draw out plenty unique toppers. In honor of the race, we’re serving up our best mint julep recipes. Don’t worry, there’s still plenty of time to do a taste test and find your favorite.

The Originals with Emeril

One of the great things about the restaurant industry is that new places are always opening for business. Fresh food and faces pop up on city blocks across the country, and we love to try the new tastes that chefs are continually conceiving. But what does it take to stay in business for 10 years? [...]

Halftime Banana Cupcakes

Some things people might be sad about by halftime on Sunday: No cheerleaders. Bon Jovi isn’t the halftime performer. And there’s a good chance not everyone will be happy with the score by then, whether they’re rooting for the Packers, the Steelers, or themselves in the football pool. Really, the only safe bet this weekend [...]

Fondues (and Don’ts)

Do you fondue? Here’s how to: Do: Host a fondue party. Fondue is great any time of year, but winter is an especially perfect time to gather friends to dip carbs into a hot pot of melted cheese. Don’t: Feel pressure. If you’re new to fondue, maybe a party isn’t right for you. Bring a [...]

Fall Fest: Sweet Potato Cupcakes

We’re teaming up with other food and garden bloggers to host Fall Fest 2010, a season-long garden party. Each week we’ll feature favorite garden-to-table recipes and tips to help you enjoy the bounty, whether you’re harvesting your own goodies or buying them fresh from the market. To join in, check out awaytogarden.com. Marshmallows are dessert. [...]

Cooking Channel Thanksgiving TV Preview

Thanksgiving is coming! The turkey, the stuffing, the sides, the pies — and so much good TV to eat up, we thought you could use a little help. Keep crafting your Thanksgiving menu with Cooking Channel this weekend…

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