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Watch Every Episode of Heat Seekers If You Can Handle the Fire

The age-old saying “if you can’t take the heat, stay out of the kitchen” doesn’t apply to Heat Seekers co-hosts Roger Mooking and Aarón Sánchez. The spicy-food-loving hosts test their limits with some of the most-fiery food across the country, eating insanely hot foods like Inferno Soup with eight kinds of chiles and Habanero Mad Mac. If you’ve missed any of their heat-seeking adventures, don’t worry — you can watch full episodes of Heat Seekers online for free.

The entire series is currently streaming on Cooking Channel, and for even more of Roger and Aarón’s shenanigans, check out hilarious candid photos of them diving face first into spicy food. The struggle is real, and you may cry laughing while watching them try to beat the heat.

While you’re at it, you can also watch Roger’s other show, Man Fire Food, and Aarón’s road-tripping on Taco Trip.

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4 Dishes from Man Fire Food That Will Help Kick-Start Your Summer

With sunny summer weekends on the way, it’s time to get outside and enjoy the nice weather. If you have a grill in your backyard, Man Fire Food‘s Roger Mooking will get you inspired to fire it up with an array of barbecued and smoked meats from around the country. Throughout his travels across the country, he’s found mouth-watering dishes from slow-cooked prime rib to baked bacon cornbread, so even if you don’t have the means to grill, you can try out some of his recipes.

Check out four of our favorites below.

Carnitas del Horno

Chipotle is having a pork shortage, so whip up your own carnitas at home with this Carnitas del Horno recipe.

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Meatless Monday: Pasta Salad With Green Onion Dressing

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Pasta salad: it's more than a side dish -- make it a meal.

Meatless Monday is a global movement, a way of life. It’s not a campaign to turn everyone in the world vegetarian or vegan; in fact, many involved are meat-lovers. Eating less meat has been proven to reduce the risk of disease, curb obesity and has important environmental impacts, too. Will you join us in giving up meat, just for one day a week?

Sure, pasta salad is a picnic side dish. But why wait till Saturday afternoons to eat it? I don’t care what anyone says — pasta salad is dinner. You eat pasta primavera or fettuccine Alfredo for dinner, why not pasta salad? Is it just because it’s cold? Salads and sandwiches can be dinner, and they’re both usually served cold. Cold soups are for dinner, and sometimes — maybe not on the best days — cereal is dinner. It’s time pasta salad got a promotion. Yes, a scoop is lovely served with grilled picnic-y fare. But pasta salad makes a nice weekday meal on its own, too.

Roger Mooking isn’t one to doctor up a box of bow ties with a bottle of Zesty Italian; the Everyday Exotic host is known for  making everyday recipes, well, exotic. His pasta salad does call for bow ties, but it’s dressed with a homemade creamy green onion dressing. Red, yellow and orange peppers add color and crunch and toasted coconut mellows the bite from the onions in the dressing. Plus the unexpected sweet, crispy bits of are a welcome addition — you’ll wonder why you didn’t add toasted coconut to pasta salad sooner.

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Cook with Kelsey, Ben, Roger and More in Atlantic City

How would you describe your ultimate summer weekend getaway? Spending some time on the beach, browsing a charming boardwalk and indulging in plenty of delicious seaside food? How about spotting celeb chefs and attending over 30 parties, food and beverage seminars, cooking demonstrations and tastings?

The Atlantic City Food and Wine Festival — sponsored by the Food Network since 2010 — offers all these enticing escapes during three days of sweet, savory and booze-filled fun. From July 28 to July 31 (starting with back-to-back parties on the evening of the 28th) you’ll have the opportunity to mingle, drink and dine with over 20,000 food people.

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Can You Handle The Heat?

Roger Mooking and Aarón Sanchez bring on the heat. Can they handle it?

When it comes to spicy food, people all over the world love to play with fire. Cooking Channel’s Roger Mooking and Aarón Sanchez are taking it to a whole new level.

From the spiciest food trucks (in Austin, TX!) to Indian dosas with fiery habanero chiles in San Fran, these two Heat Seekers are tearing up the country, and tasting it all.

See what sets their mouths ablaze in Heat Seekers, tonight at 8pm ET on Cooking Channel.

Holiday Gift Guide For Food Lovers

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Have a hard-to-shop-for food lover in your life? We’ve polled some of our food lovin’ celeb chefs and Cooking Channel staffers for their top picks for Holiday Gifts….

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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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Challenge: Christmas Cookies in September?!

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It’s that time of year again! Get ready for fall foliage, pumpkin carving, apple cider and…holiday cookies? Okay, we know, it’s not quite that time of year, but we’re already planning our Holiday Cookie Showcase and we need your help!

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Cooking Channel Fall Preview

This fall, Cooking Channel is serving up all-new shows that will get you in the kitchen, cooking up all kinds of delicious eats. Here’s a sneak peek at what’s coming!

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Solving: The Okra Situation

Fresh Okra - Photo Courtesy Souvlaki for the Soul

Fresh Okra - Photo Courtesy Souvlaki for the Soul

I love having a CSA. Every week, my farmer delivers fresh-picked tomatoes, peaches, herbs and as many squash as I can carry. But then, there’s the okra situation. For the last month, my CSA box has included a big bag of okra. “I hope you’re not tired of okra,” my farmer says each week.  I vaguely smile.  I’m not tired of okra — I’m stumped by it.

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