After teaching us the basics on Kelsey’s Essentials, Kelsey Nixon is bringing us back to her roots on Kelsey’s Homemade. Instead of just focusing on tips and tricks to make cooking easier, she’s sharing old family secrets and making her own traditions. On the series premiere, she planned a last-minute brunch for three couples and three kids, taking us on a quick 20-minute shopping trip in Essex Market with her toddler in tow and whipping up a full sweet and savory spread.
If you missed the new show, don’t worry — you can watch her make Chorizo Frittata, Charred Citrus Salad and Oatmeal Berry Cobbler by watching the full episode below. There’s even a secret recipe from Kelsey’s mom for tart lemon whipped cream:
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Now that you’ve met all of the MasterChef Canada Season 2 contestants, let’s look back and see what happened at the big group auditions. Signing up for MasterChef Canada doesn’t look much different than going out for American Idol — hordes of people line up for their chance at the title, holding up signs rooting for themselves and telling the cameras why they should be the next MasterChef.
In an exclusive Web video from Season 2 of the hit show, we see the intense audition process as huge tables of potential chef-testants prepare their dishes for the judges — ranging from bacon-wrapped mac and cheese to blueberry pie — hoping it will be enough to get them into the real competition.
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Country superstar Kix Brooks is all about great music, but he’s also a man who will go to great lengths for an incredible steak. On his new show Steak Out with Kix Brooks, he’s traveling the globe to find the best steakhouses, and in the Season 1 premiere, he hits up Omaha for prime rib, whiskey steak and much more. Watch the full episode below, and check out the show on Tuesdays at 9pm ET.
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Roger Mooking knows a thing or two about fiery cooking, and on the Season 4 premiere of Man Fire Food, it’s all about ways to pig out on pork. From a Green Menace Wrap to a classic pulled-pork sandwich, it’s a mouthwatering look at BBQ. Watch the full episode online below now, and then be sure to check out the show on Tuesdays at 8pm ET on Cooking Channel.
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We’ve seen Bobby Deen turn classic comfort foods into healthy dishes on Not My Mama’s Meals, but he takes things to a whole new level on Junk Food Flip. Bobby travels across the country with co-host Nikki Dinki, transforming high-calorie, fattening dishes into healthier versions that taste just as good. On the series premiere last night, we saw Bobby and Nikki take Gas Restaurant’s decadent jalapeno popper burger and turn it into a lean, mean turkey burger stuffed with goat cheese. But could it fly as a tasty substitute for the original deep-fried sandwich? Watch the full episode for the results of this flip after the jump:
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On last night’s The Freshman Class, Amalia was forced to choose between school and family when her daughter’s play conflicted with an important wine class.
In this web-only clip, Amalia seeks the advice of another mom to help her decide:
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The easternmost city in North America, St. John’s, Newfoundland, sits right where Arctic currents meet the warm Gulf Stream. That combination produces some nasty weather, the greatest fishing ground the world has ever known and some killer restaurants all located on Water Street. For Chuck Hughes tonight at 10pm, that means learning to make some interesting dishes like Moose Bourguignon and Fisherman’s Tea — and then commemorating the whole St. John’s experience with a new tattoo of a baby seal.
Watch him get inked in our web-exclusive video:
Check out Chuck’s Eat the Street at 10pm ET every Thursday to see him uncover the best food in North America.
On tonight’s new My Grandmother’s Ravioli at 8pm ET, Mo Rocca learns how to cook a few Central American staples from Costa Rican Grandma Lita. Lita is short for the Spanish word “abuelita,” or “little grandmother,” but there is nothing little about her personality. Check out this web-only clip from the episode with Lita giving Mo the run down on getting snockered:
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In these web-only scenes from tonight’s episode of My Grandmother’s Ravioli, grandma Doris gives Mo Rocca some insight into why she’s so cuckoo. Catch more of Doris not censoring herself tonight at 8pm ET and get her Portuguese recipes here.
More web-only clips from My Grandmother’s Ravioli that we couldn’t show on TV.
If Aspen is known for one thing, it’s being a world-class Alpine playground. But even 8,000 feet above sea level, there’s a food scene that keeps Aspen pretty down to earth. On tonight’s season 2 premiere of Chuck’s Eat the Street, Chuck Hughes hits up Aspen’s Hopkins Avenue to uncover the best food around.
Tune in to Chuck’s Eat the Street tonight and every Thursday at 10pm ET on Cooking Channel.
Get a taste of what to expect from the show:
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