After Party hosts Kelsey Nixon, Sunny Anderson, Adam Gertler and Bob Tuschman
Twelve hopeful food-enthusiasts have been competing for the chance of a lifetime — their own show on Food Network. Week after week on Next Food Network Star we’ve seen the pressure build as these contestants reveal their true mettle. The judges have made their picks and this week we’re down to the final seven!
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You can pick your friends. You can pick your berries. But you can’t pick your friends’ berries.
Unless you have a friend named Patty who owns a huge u-pick berry farm on the North Fork of Long Island. Or a friend like her.
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A little celebration with Rachel Allen's Walnut Cake
Wow, it seems a little nuts that we only launched Cooking Channel one month ago. June is in the rear-view mirror but July is shaping up to be jam packed…
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Levi Roots getting spicy - Caribbean Food Made Easy
July is going to be a hot one on Cooking Channel with the debut of six shows – that span from Vietnam to India to the islands. Meet Levi, the host of Caribbean Food Made Easy…
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Spice Goddess, Bal Arneson, prepping a dish
Beginning in July, Cooking Channel will be rocking a brand-new Spice Girl. Her name is Bal Arneson and she is our Spice Goddess…
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Egg and Asparagus Quiche?
We’re loving the fan photos shared on our Facebook page and this shot caught our eye today. Katalin has been sharing amazing shots (have you seen her strawberry rhubarb pie??) but this felt like a nice one for the beginning of summer…
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David Rocco takes a break as food bloggers have at it
No Roman holiday in the cards for your summer? How about a quick weekend staycation with three tribute recipes that are about as irresistible as Mr. Rocco himself…
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Sour cherries, fresh from the tree
I can’t get enough of sour cherries. Growing up in Ohio, I’d spend the first half of June up in the cherry tree, reaching for every last can’t-help-but-pucker gem. Even with my “one for the bucket, two for me” mentality, my family ended up with loads of cherries that would find their way into pies, jam, cobblers, muffins and more.
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