As the weather heats up, you have the perfect excuse to kick back and watch your favorite TV shows in the comfort of an air-conditioned home. In addition to some returning favorites on Cooking Channel like brand-new seasons of Taco Trip, Man Fire Food and My Grandmother’s Ravioli, we’re welcoming some new faces to our summer programming.
Prepare to indulge in some healthy spins on comfort food with Bobby Deen and Nikki Dinki on Junk Food Flip, satisfy your inner carnivore with a country superstar on Steak Out with Kix Brooks and put your faith in actress Sherri Shepherd’s love of food on Holy & Hungry. There’s a lot on the horizon, so sit back, relax and get ready for a food-fueled summer of cooking and eating.
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When we received the invite to attend Malaysia Kitchen‘s first Rendang Cook-Off, I’ll admit I had to Google what rendang even was. A favorite dish in Malaysian culture, rendang calls for lots of lemongrass, ginger, turmeric, chiles and various other spices. Although it’s usually made with beef, the layers of flavor go well with any hearty, slow-cooked meat (and taste even better the next day).
To showcase the latest Asian dish to become popular in the United States, six New York City top chefs took over the Astor Center and went head-to-head in a rendang battle of the bites. Angelo Sosa, Anita Lo and Dale Talde of Top Chef fame, plus Shaun Hergatt of SHO, Todd English and Fatty Crab‘s Zak Pelaccio, each gave brief demonstrations showing off their culinary chops and chatting up the crowd with stories of their Malaysian travels.
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