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FoodWire, October 2012


October 2012
FoodWire: What's Going On Today at The Food Channel
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Food Channel KitchensApple State of Bliss



The Food Channel made a trip to Washington, America’s premier apple state, to check out this year’s fall harvest. We got a chance to roam the orchards of the Rainier Fruit Co., and have a first-hand look at the company’s high-tech production and storage facilities—and best of all, the opportunity to taste some of the newer apple varieties. We let you know which varieties were the apple of our eye, and provide links to some fabulous fall recipes featuring the tasty, juicy fruit.




Food Channel KitchensAmerica’s #1 Farmers Market



There can be no denying the exploding popularity of farmers markets across the U.S. It’s the trendy place to see and be seen these days. But arguably the best of these many markets is one that’s been around for over 100 years: Pike Place Market in Seattle. Part vegetable stand, part fish market, part tourist stop, this place is high-energy all the time. Take a trip with us to this foodie highlight of the Pacific Northwest.




Food Channel KitchensChili Recipes for Chilly Days

For many of us across the USA, the temperature has us going back to the closet to fetch our jackets. It’s fall and football weather has arrived. So we’ve rounded up some of our favorite chili recipes, perfect for tailgating, like this one we call Touchdown Chili 7 Ways

Chicken and White Bean Chili

This white-meat alternative to beef chili will be a hit even with the red meat carnivores in your crowd.

Beef Steak Chili

Spicy chili and tender steak. Who can resist. This tailgating recipe yields a gallon!

Bob’s Texas Chili

This family recipe has been around for more than one hundred years. It’s just a great Texas-style chili.







Food Channel KitchensSurfing The Channel
The Turkey Hill Experience

The Experience is an interactive, walk through place that is part education, part marketing and pure fun. It’s blatantly about the brand, but anyplace that offers all the ice cream you can eat is A-OK in our book.



In Celebration of the Pierogi

We salute National Pierogi Day with a fun feature article on this tasty way to dial up those leftovers.



VIDEO: How to Make Apple Dumplings

Here’s another episode from our “How We Do It” series, a step-by-step video recipe with a surprise secret ingredient. It’s super easy and ideal for these autumn baking days.



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