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New Diet-Friendly Recipes from Hungry Girl

Staying on track in January just got a lot easier — season 2 of Hungry Girl begins on Cooking Channel today! Tune in this morning at 10:30am ET for a whole new season of low-calorie recipes, ingredient swaps and grocery store advice.

We have our eye on the Dreamy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge Recipe shown above.  A couple more we’re excited about…

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HG’s Favorite Guilt-Free Noodles

This bowl of pasta with marinara and chicken sausage has about 150 calories. The secret? Hungry Girl's favorite Tofu Shirataki noodles.

One of the staples in Hungry Girl Lisa Lillien’s arsenal of low-calorie foods is Tofu Shirataki “noodle substitute.” She began touting this semi-obscure product, made by Japanese company House Foods, years ago, and now her familiar logo appears on the package. Thanks in large part to Hungry Girl, the 20-calorie-per-serving noodles can now be found everywhere from Whole Foods to FreshDirect.

Tofu Shirataki comes in fettuccine, spaghetti and angel hair shapes. I used the thickest noodles for the easy dish above.

As someone who loves pasta and enjoys tofu as well, I was intrigued at the notion of these guilt-free noodles. I’ll admit that the first time I tried them, I was less than impressed. I found them slimy, slightly rubbery and had trouble getting past the weird smell inside the liquid-filled package. But Hungry Girl offers some tips I should have followed: In her Fettuccine Hungry Girlfredo recipe, she instructs to rinse and drain the noodles in a strainer, then microwave them for one minute and dry thoroughly with paper towels.

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One Mega Bite! Food Gets Hi-Tech

New food websites and digital apps that are out of this world.

This Sunday, Mo Rocca double clicks on delicious as Food(ography) explores the food websites, bloggers, and social networking that are changing our culinary mainframe.

Log on to see bloggers like Matt Armendariz who meticulously style and snap food, a 12 year old culinary prodigy who masters the kitchen and the web, and internet sensation Hungry Girl, who shares low-cal recipes with 1 million of her closest online friends.

Plus detour down the information superhighway with the wackier side of the World Wide Web as viral video vixens shake up cocktails, and molecular gastro-girl Salty Seattle mixes fashion with food.

Catch it all this Sunday at 9pm ET on Food(ography). Keep reading for more details…

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Hungry Girl Shocks and Surprises

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In her most revealing episode, Hungry Girl exposes foods that are deceptively high-cal. But with a couple simple swaps, your favorites become guilt-free.

Tune in today at 4pm ET/ 3pm CT and watch her make all these recipes:

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Hungry Girl Chews the Right Thing with Pizza

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ARE YOU READY? Hungry Girl makes her debut appearance on Cooking Channel this weekend! (We’ll be tuning in on Saturday at 4pm ET / 3pm CT.)

Are you ready for pizza? Aren’t we all …  Hungry Girl’s tips, tricks and low-cal recipes make the indulging totally guilt-free.

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411 on Lisa Lillien aka Hungry Girl

Catch Lisa Lillien aka Hungry Girl on Cooking Channel

By January, you may resolve to focus on a little calorie cutting after an abundant and waist-increasing holiday season.  Stress not — we’ve got your back. Beginning Saturday, January 8th at 4pm, Hungry Girl aka Lisa Lillien arrives on Cooking Channel…

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Cooking Channel @NYC Wine & Food Festival

Meet Hosts from Cooking Channel at the NYC Wine and Food Festival

Are you going to be anywhere near New York City during the weekend of October 9th and 10thCooking Channel hosts will be out mixing, mingling and excited to make your acquaintance…

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