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The Best 3-Ingredient Tomato Sauce

I’m what you’d call a tomato purist. Yep, you know the type: picking tomatoes off salads three quarters of the year, throwing expletives when restaurants dare use mealy, tomatoes in the summer, then eating my weight in caprese salads and tomato tarts and roasted tomatoes and BLTs (heavy on the Ts) all August long. And [...]

Matt’s Salsa Fresca

My earliest food memories involve salsa in every form. Hot, not-so-hot, chunky, cooked, raw, you name it – if it could be made, we ate it. This version, usually called pico de gallo or salsa fresca, is a raw salsa made from ripe tomatoes, onions, garlic, jalapeños, lots of freshly chopped cilantro, a squeeze of [...]

TV Dinner: Chicken and Orzo Frittata

Breakfast for dinner is still hot in the world of food trends but I like that you can enjoy this for dinner and still have great leftovers for breakfast (and lunch if you’re feeling lazy)…

Brown Bagging: What’s in Your Lunchbox?

The kids are back in school, but why should they be the only ones to enjoy a homemade packed lunch? Spice Goddess Bal Arneson to the rescue with a colorful Spiced Okra that’s perfect for packing. Watch her make it this morning at 11:00am ET, along with savory Paneer Fish Cakes with Apple and Fig Chutney [...]

Solving: The Okra Situation

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

Summer Fest: Savory Stone Fruit

We’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. I got a [...]

Laura’s French Comforts

Laura’s Savoury Swiss Chard Tart, a rich, comfort food favorite perfect for using summer greens. This weekend Laura Calder is cooking up easy, contemporary versions of traditional French comfort foods in French Food at Home. Today at 11:30am ET, Laura cooks up “Cozy” foods but adds some contemporary twists, like Savoury French Toast with herbes [...]

Spice Goddess — 7 Things To Know

Beginning in July, Cooking Channel will be rocking a brand-new Spice Girl.  Her name is Bal Arneson and she is our Spice Goddess…

Food Bloggers Cooking: David Rocco

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…

TV Dinner: Tomato and Chorizo Salad

Need a light dinner idea that beats the heat and the clock?  Watch Bill Granger make his hearty Tomato and Chorizo Salad at 12:30pm ET today and then make it yourself for dinner…

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