You likely know Alton Brown from one of his many Food Network shows (Good Eats, anyone?), but did you know there's a geek behind that confident chef exterior? Keep reading for a small sampling of geeky reasons to love Alton Brown. Related...Show More Summary
T he Culinary Institute of America is launching a school in the Bay Area that's solely focused on the business of food. The Food Business School, which will be housed at the institute's St. Helena campus, is opening registration today...Show More Summary
Watching Food Network’s Cutthroat Kitchen can be frustrating for gamers — the contestants may be great chefs, but they don’t know crap about using the rules of a game to maximize their chances of victory. If you’re appearing on the....
Australian, Colombian + a Food Network Winner abound on the Marietta Food Tours. Food tours are are popping up all over Atlanta these days. I just took one of Downtown Atlanta. Shortly after that, I was invited to attend the Marietta Food Tours which takes place around the Marietta Square. Although I grew up in Marietta, I’d […]
Hey, isn’t that… former congressman Connie Mack IV, making a brief appearance as “Cheeseburger Loving Diner” in an episode of the Food Network show “The Craziest Restaurants in America”? Most viewers of the show, which originally aired earlier this month, probably had no clue that the guy interviewed at the Cabbage Key, located on the remote […]
I made this pie on an episode of my Food Network show a few months ago, but just realized over the weekend that I’d never made it here! Strawberries and pretzels are actually not an uncommon dessert combination, and this pie is such a lovely summertime masterpiece. Show More Summary
Giada De Laurentiis is the ultimate Food Network star, and she's taking her culinary talent to Italy for an extended vacation this Summer. Similar to her veteran series Giada at Home, Giada in Italy follows the California-based chef as she whips up picture-perfect recipes for family and friends. Show More Summary
In recent weeks, major broadcast networks and primetime cable news programs have completely ignored debate and passage of a House bill that would prevent states and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) from requiring labels for foods that contain genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Show More Summary
Plus, Gordon Ramsay's MasterChef gets renewed for another season. There's a number of food-based shows on television these days from Fox to Food Network. Here's everything you need to know this week about the new shows hitting the air: — Top Chef Duels host Curtis Stone has a new show on Food Network. Show More Summary
By Tim Radford, Climate News Network Researchers reveal as baseless the theory that polar bears can use hibernation techniques to last without food as climate change reduces their summertime hunting habitat.
About 6 billion pounds of produce is wasted each year in the United States simply because of appearance, according to Ben Simon. As a student at the University of Maryland, Simon co-founded the Food Recovery Network (FRN), the largest student-run waste-prevention movement. He sat down to chat about...
The network's series exposed abuse of animals killed for food and broke the story of a PETA investigation. The post Congrats, CNN! Reporter Wins Award for Exposing Cruelty to Animals appeared first on PETA.
In a new issue of Atlanta Magazine, Anthony Bourdain—always the most delightfully catty chef in the kitchen—shifted a conversation on fatherhood into a backhanded discussion about what can be done to help Food Network chef (and human embodiment of a Mountain Dew campaign) Guy Fieri overcome his overwhelming Guy Fieri-ness. Read more...
It is titled "Paula Deen." A rapper out of Philadelphia has thrown some musical punches at controversial butter queen Paula Deen, who was fired from Food Network after she admitted to using the N-word. According to Music Times, MarvShow More Summary
Anthony Bourdain has never been known to play nice. In a recent interview, Anthony took the time to wax poetic about fatherhood and his extreme distaste for Food Network star Guy Fieri and Man vs. Food dude Adam Richman. Ha! Only Bourdain could sear his fellow TV colleagues through an anecdote about how much he loves being [...]
If you ever read food blogs or watch the Food Network, you’ve probably heard something about Sous-Vide in the last few years. Now, you can do it yourself at home with this highly-rated Anova circulator, discounted to $140 for Prime Day. [Anova Culinary Precision Cooker/Immersion Circulator, $140]http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00... Read more...
When Mackenzie Barth and Sarah Adler were students at Northwestern University a few years ago, the two lived in an off-campus apartment and had no idea how to cook for themselves. "The only thing we could spend our money on was going...Show More Summary
In today's Mayo Clinic News Network Headline with Vivien Williams: The U.S. Food and Drug Administration wants nicotine exposure warning labels and child-resistatant packaging on all liquid nicotine products. A recent survey revealed...Show More Summary
Padma Lakshmi began her career as a model, but cooking was just more fun. After she released her first cookbook, Easy Exotic, the Food Network came calling and there, she hosted Padma's Passport before jumping over to Bravo as the face of Top Chef. As she gears up for a new... More »
Sorry we're not sorry, Donald. Lambs Club chef and Food Network regular Geoffrey Zakarian has joined the mass exodus from Trump Town, announcing today that he will no longer be opening a branch of the National, his brasserie, in Donald Trump's forthcoming Washington, D.C., hotel. Show More Summary