A chef who has a Manhattan restaurant and appeared on the Food Network is behind bars for allegedly sexually abusing an underage teen boy, filming their encounters and sharing naked photos of him with others. According to court papers, Matthew Tivy, 54, who met the boy on Grindr, texted him, "That was really fun. Show More Summary
Kerry Diamond, editor in chief of Yahoo Food, offers her number one tip for entrepreneurs.
Tickets for Alton Brown's new tour go on sale today. Late last week Food Network cornerstone and kitchen genius Alton Brown announced the dates for his new live tour: "Eat Your Science" kicks off next April; Brown will hit 40 cities in two months. Show More Summary
This weekend, Facebook hosted a huge farmer's market at its Menlo Park headquarters. And it was just the first one of many. Here's how the social network plans to bring the community together around fresh food: SEE ALSO: Learning more...Show More Summary
"You're gonna wish you'd never heard of food," Flay's look-alike tells Homer. On last night's episode of The Simpsons, Homer became a Springfield-famous barbecuer after he discovered the Hive, a "perfect smoker" made from a meteor. The...Show More Summary
Food Network’s Halloween Baking Championship tv series is set to premiere on Monday night. Halloween Baking Championship is the fourth series in the Baking Championship franchise to make its debut. This past Spring, Food Network viewers were introduced to the Spring Baking Championship series. Show More Summary
As if it's not enough that we're already obsessed with Barefoot Contessa's Ina Garten, she just went and made us love her even more by bringing her show to Netflix. That's right! You can now enjoy the entire first season of the Food Network classic at the touch of a button, which means superfast access to all of Ina's oldest and most beloved recipes. Show More Summary
Brown will hit 40 cities this time around. Food Network star and bow tie connoisseur Alton Brown is hitting the road again, this time with a brand new tour. Brown has seen much success with his "Edible Inevitable Tour," which a press release says had shows in 100 cities over the span of two years. Show More Summary
Food network star Alton Brown, best known for "Good Eats," will bring another live show to Chicago this summer. "Alton Brown Live: Eat Your Science" will play for one-night-only on May 7. Brown was last seen in Chicago in "Edible Inevitable," his first live show that combined brainy food facts...
By Tim Radford, Climate News Network Researchers have developed a battery that uses a common food additive to enable abundant solar and wind power to be stored cheaply and safely in homes and offices.
Imagine the Central Valley of California not as a patchwork of drought-vulnerable crops but as a network of farms that use almost no water. Not only that, these farms can also filter existing water while providing acres of food for Californians. Imagine that thirsty alfalfa no longer reigns: Cactus is king. More »
Imagine the Central Valley of California not as a patchwork of drought-vulnerable crops but as a network of farms that use almost no water. Not only that, these farms can also filter existing water while providing acres of food for Californians. Imagine that thirsty alfalfa no longer reigns: Cactus is king. Read more...
Have you ever heard of a ramen broth with Pinot Noir in it? Well, now you have, courtesy of the wacky Food Network chef Justin Warner. He recently teamed up with Robert Mondavi Private Selection to develop funky and seemingly far-fetched...Show More Summary
It hits bookstores next fall. Everyone's favorite food geek and Food Network star Alton Brown is coming out with another cookbook. Titled Alton Brown: Every Day Cook, Publishers Marketplace (subscription required) describes it as "aShow More Summary
Unless you're living under a rock, you've noticed food pop culture is everywhere Pretty much every TV network has a food show of some kind; restaurant reservations are as sought after as sold out concerts; debating NYC’s best pizza is...Show More Summary
[image] Food Network chef Anne Burrell shared this picture of herself inside a warehouse full of parmesan cheese. (Fun fact: each wheel is about 84 pounds!) This is just one of many pictures she's uploaded from her trip to Italy. Between the rack of prosciutto from Parma, Italy, and the legit bolognese from Bologna, Italy, we're not sure which is most droolworthy.
Most of us learn to cook through trial and error, the Food Network, or being forced to feed ourselves when no one else will do it. So naturally, no one’s born knowing how to sauté chicken, or blanch vegetables. Here are some basic (but useful) cooking techniques chefs use every day, but the rest of us rarely pick up. Read more...
[image] Food Network chef and The Kitchen host Jeff Mauro tried out his first Periscope Q&A today, showing off his kitchen, cookbook collection, and Burger Bash trophy from South Beach Wine and Food Festival. The Chicago-based chef didn't hold back when it came to answering fan questions. Show More Summary
He shot to fame practically overnight as Steve Urkel on the hit sitcom "Family Matters." Now actor Jaleel White talks to TODAY's Al Roker and Willie Geist about his new role as one of the stars of Food Networks "Worst Cooks in America: Celebrity Edition," and how he thinks he's really only "slightly bad" in the kitchen.
Food Network star Sandra Lee announced she is cancer free during an appearance on Good Morning America on Tuesday, September 22. The exciting news was revealed to host Robin Roberts, four months after she underwent a double mastectomy. Show More Summary