Sometimes on Man Fire Food, the seriousness of television production goes up in smoke:
Check out a new episode of Man Fire Food tonight at 8pm ET to watch Roger Mooking head to Kentucky to cook a spectacular Southern feast in a massive outdoor grill.
Fine restaurants beware: This baby is very particular about the food served on kids’ menus.
Did you know that if your carrots become limp, you can recrisp them in a bowl of ice water? If you carrot all about sweet, crunchy root vegetables, check out our complete guide to buying, prepping, using and storing carrots for more tips to amaze your inner Easter bunny:
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Omelets are a simple idea, but they’re not always easy to execute. Bobby Flay, possibly one of the world’s foremost omelet authorities, shows you how to nail the technique and presentation:
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If you want to know how to make easy homemade pasta or a fail-proof roast chicken or perfect pie crust, Kelsey Nixon will show you how on Kelsey’s Essentials — and that’s just in the first three episodes of Season 1. Now you can watch every single episode in its entirety online, and pick up all the essential techniques, equipment and foolproof tips you need to be the boss of your own kitchen.
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More Kelsey: Tune in to Kelsey’s new special Cans Make the Meal tomorrow, Saturday, February 8, at 10am ET to watch how to transform canned ingredients into simple and nutritious family dinners.
The Chinese Lunar New Year is January 31. For Cooking Channel’s Luke Nyugen, that means cooking fantastic food with his family, everyone wearing red, and wishing for prosperity and luck. In this web-only video, Luke shows you what he cooked with his family to celebrate last year and why:
Check out more web-only videos with Luke Nyugen celebrating the Lunar New Year.
Watch Cooking Channel all day on January 31 to celebrate Chinese New Year with Ching-He Huang and Easy Chinese from 7am to 4pm ET, Restaurant Redemption from 4pm to 8pm ET and Ching’s Chinese New Year special at 8pm ET.
On tonight’s episode of How to Live to 100 (9pm ET on Cooking Channel), Jason finds that tomatoes are the perfect superfood for stronger bones and healthier skin (both essential for living to 100.) As an added bonus, the fiber in these magical fruits will do wonders for your waistline. The best part, the cherry tomato on top, is that Jason takes tomatoes are uses them in dishes like Cream of Green Tomato Soup, Peruvian Quinoa Stuffed Tomatoes with Tomatillo Salsa, Sweet Dessert Crepes with Strawberry Tomato Sauce and Grilled Zucchini Tacos with Smoked Tomatoes.
Tune in tonight to learn how to make all of it and more of the health benefits you’ll reap from doing so. In the meantime, watch this web-only video of Jason making Cashew Sour “Cream” — a creamy, tangy and rich you can add to tacos, casseroles, nachos, potatoes, sandwiches and on and on. It has the consistency of traditional sour cream, but with way less calories.
Watch more web-only longevity-boosting vegan recipes from Jason.
On tonight’s My Grandmother’s Ravioli at 8pm ET, Ilene and Freddie Tsuhara are throwing a bash at their Concord, North Carolina, pad. Mo Rocca helps assemble the appetizers, like Shrimp Cocktail Shooters, Grilled Short Ribs and Pineapple and Smoked Salmon and Cream Cheese Rolls. Then he learns some potent potables, including the Harvey Wallbanger, from mix master Freddie.
The food and drinks are a success, but the real surprise of the night is firecracker Ilene. In this web-only deleted scene from the show, Ilene explains why showing up three hours late for a dinner she’s made is a bad idea, plus the reasons she was the worst military wife who ever walked the Earth:
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On Log On & Eat with Eden Grinshpan, Eden travels the country to meet the most outrageous and original food bloggers and social media stars who invite her to devour their favorite dishes.
Stream the entire first episode right now after the jump.
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Sometimes science comes up with convenient and necessary leaps forward in the world of food technology. Imagine your life without the microwave oven, the refrigerator or even the home coffee maker. Other times, however, science comes up with stuff that makes great water cooler talk but is essentially useless.
Check out this ridiculously convoluted popcorn maker. It slices. It dices. Wait, it does none of that stuff. It just makes popcorn in the coolest, and most inconvenient, way possible. Think of it as the Rube Goldberg machine of popcorn makers. Did we mention it only pops one kernel at a time? If you time it right, you can have a bowl ready a few hours after the movie is finished.