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Sifted: Musical Pairings, Indian Food Palooza and Boozy Foods

Black Trumpet, Leek, and Meyer Lemon Pizzettes, Things Worth Fighting For

Black Trumpet, Leek, and Meyer Lemon Pizzettes-- Turntable Kitchen

5 Hot Links We’re Loving:

  1. Mushroom-leek mini pizzas + hot hypnotic beats = new level of kitchen inspiration. –Turntable Kitchen
  2. #IndianFoodPalooza? We so want in. –Indian Simmer
  3. Boozy Foods: Gear up for St. Patrick’s Day by working a little into your food. These twice-baked potatoes are shamelessly delicious. –Dana Treat
  4. Technique to Try: Chopsticks to scramble your eggs. –theKitchn
  5. Copycat Recipe Crazy — Can you actually tell the difference? — Food.com

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Cooking Channel Fall Preview

This Fall on Cooking Channel, look forward to all-new episodes with your favorite chefs, old favorites you love, plus brand new faces with shows you won’t want to miss!

Here’s a taste of what’s in store… 

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Top Blog Posts of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Blog Post of 2010:  “Loving Two Fat Ladies”
When Cooking Channel announced it was bringing back the wry, dry and sly ladies of the kitchen, Two Fat Ladies fans went nuts. We couldn’t be happier to watch them every Saturday night, and chuckle along at their saucy antics.
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Catch the Two Fat Ladies Marathon on New Year’s Day
Make their Original Recipes
More Two Fat Ladies on the Blog

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Top Shows of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

Most-Visited Show Online:  French Food at Home
Laura Calder’s fans weren’t shy in showing their love for her easy-going demystification of French cuisine, with an overwhelming number of visits to her show, her recipes, and her videos online. With wonderfuly comforting dishes such as Pommes de Terre à la Boulangère and her Easy Pastry-Shop Apple Tart, it’s no surprise that she’s a favorite.
French Food at Home
Laura Calder
Top Recipes from the Show

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Top Recipes of 2010

Help us celebrate the end of 2010 with a round-up of all your Cooking Channel favorites. This week we’re looking back at the shows, recipes, foods and photos you loved the most.

#1 Recipe of 2010: Ching’s Chicken Chow Mein
Cooking Channel fans went absolutely mad about Ching’s classic recipe from hit show Chinese Food Made Easy. “I love this simple dish with plenty of fresh crunchy vegetables” she says. “It couldn’t be easier or healthier!” We hope that many of you tried this dish on your own—we want to hear! 
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All about Ching-He Huang

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Cooking Channel’s Holiday Shows & Specials Line-Up

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Allie and Georgia make a Midnight White-Chocolate Cherry Bark.

Holiday season is upon us, and Cooking Channel has a line-up of brand new holiday shows, treasured classics and some of your old school favorites…

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Fall Fest: Cauliflower With Sweet Potatoes

Quick, veggie main dish: Bal's Cauliflower With Sweet Potatoes.

Fall Fest 2010We’re teaming up with other food and garden bloggers to host Summer 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.

Looking for a quick, meatless weeknight meal that isn’t PB&J? Of course you are. As temperatures outside decrease, our desire for warm, comforting foods increases. But time spent in the kitchen and waistlines needn’t increase as well. Spice Goddess Bal Arneson’s Cauliflower With Sweet Potatoes is a quick, healthy Indian main dish that will warm you up and fill you up. It’s perfectly spiced without being spicy (though heat-lovers might choose to saute some jalapenos along with the onions in the recipe), and if you can manage to save any, the leftovers are great for lunch the next day, or for breakfast served alongside a fried egg.

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Cooking the Channel: Bal’s Lentil Cookies

Bal Arneson's Lentil Cookies. That's right--lentil cookies.

Lentils are high in protein and fiber and are one of the best vegetable sources of iron out there. They’re popular in India, the Mediterranean, Pakistan and the Middle East, and are easily found in any neighborhood grocery store in the United States. Lentils are also inexpensive, so a great pantry item for families to stock up on. But once your pantry is full, will your kids eat these little legumes? Maybe.

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An Indian Picnic for Indian Summer

Bal's Rice Pudding with fresh berries: Warm and comforting, yet light and fruity

Labor Day has come and gone, and crisp fall weather’s right around the corner. Summer barbecues are winding down, but it’s too soon for quintessential fall foods like squash and pumpkin. So what’s on the menu for Indian Summer?

Bal Arneson is sneaking in in one last outdoor picnic. Today on Spice Goddess, she puts together an Indian picnic spread with spiced-up dishes like Sirloin Skewers with Roasted Potatoes and Rice Pudding.

Check out these beauties and more of Bal’s recipes in our Indian Summer Gallery.

Any of them would make a lovely and flavorful segue to fall.  Catch Bal’s Indian Picnic today on Cooking Channel at 11am/10c.

Summer Fest: Peck of Perfect Peppers

Spice Goddess Bal Arneson's Red Pepper Soup - Indian Style

Spice Goddess Bal Arneson's Red Pepper Soup - Indian Style

Summer Fest 2010We’re teaming up with other food and garden bloggers to host Summer 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.

In celebration of Summer Fest: pepper week, I decided I’d like to pick a peck of peppers, Peter Piper-style. But my peck would be a virtual one, a peck of the best peppers on the web. To do this, I’d first need to figure out what a peck is. Some quick research proved to me that a peck is a customary unit of dry volume, equivalent to 2 gallons, 8 dry quarts, or 16 dry pints.  (And 4 pecks make a bushel.) Turns out that a measure of dry volume doesn’t translate as well online as I’d hoped, but in the spirit of a peck, I’ll pick 8 of my favorite pepper recipes out there — one for each gallon. Try to top that, Peter Piper.

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