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FoodWire, April 2012

FoodWire: What's Going On Today at The Food Channel
 In This Edition: Grilling the Perfect Steak   Hot & Cool Trends
Cherry Blossoms and Cherry Treats   Surfing The Channel
Spring Fever Recipes    
       
 
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Food Channel KitchensGrilling the Perfect Steak

It’s the latest episode in our food talk video series “Spill,” hosted by Emmy winner Joy Robertson. Warm weather’s here, so it’s time to get outside and enjoy it. Joy shows us how to get the best from that backyard grill, starting with a steak that sizzles up just right, all the way through to the dessert course—with everything cooked on the grill.



Food Channel KitchensCherry Blossoms and Cherry Treats

Food Channel Creative Director and ace photographer David Nehmer was in Washington D.C. when the cherry blossoms were in full bloom and he and his camera captured some breathtaking images. Good thing David arrived in the Capitol early, because by the time the 100th National Cherry Blossom Festival got underway, the blooms were past their peak, due to the unusually warm early spring. Naturally, looking at the photos and talking about cherry blossoms got us foodies thinking about yummy cherry dishes. So we’ve been featuring some of our old favorite recipes, and cooked up some new ones—and offered some advice from our chefs on how to choose the right cherries for your recipe.




Food Channel KitchensSpring Fever Recipes
As mentioned earlier, we created some delicious cherry-centric recipes to salute the 100th Cherry Blossom Festival. One that we all really loved was this Royal Anne Cherry Sauce for use in savory recipes. It’s simply divine with pork or chicken.
Cooked Icing
Got a family birthday coming up this month? Even if you don't, you really should try this recipe that turns any cake into something truly special.
Copy Kat

This recipe, courtesy of Chicago‘s Urban Union restaurant, was inspired by the Kit Kat candy bar. Decadently delicious.

Italian Lolli-Burgers
Here’s a fun new way to eat a burger—an amazing Italian-style burger made with ground sirloin and ground pork
Food Channel KitchensSurfing The Channel
Healthier than Vegan
Food Channel guest columnist and author J. Morris Hicks (Healthy Eating. Healthy World) offers his perspective on eating vegan and eating a healthy diet. He talks about the 4Leaf Program which leverages the simple yet powerful concept of maximizing the percent of your calories from whole plants.

A Visit with an Italian Butcher
Take a look at our new video series, "A Tuscan Moment". In this episode, we visit an Italian butcher in the romantic city of Florence, Italy.

The Culture of Chicken Corn Soup (especially when you’re sick)
Direct from Lancaster County, Pa., the heart of Amish country, comes the story of a great soup made with sweet white corn—and it includes the recipe, of course.

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