There is nothing, I repeat, nothing, quite like having someone else cook for you. A stint as a guest chef inspired my husband to make dinner. Of course, guess who cleaned up.
We all know there are some traditions that are just an expectation for the holiday table. For example, I know that Green Bean Casserole will be on my table on Easter Sunday for the extended ...
Culinary Institute of America (CIA) student, Allison Cox, blogs about her experiences at the esteemed culinary school and about her externship experience at The Food Channel.
After a day of staring at code, I grabbed a cookbook out of the review stack and prepared the “Mushroom Forager’s Cottage Pie” from the Yummy Potatoes cookbook by Marlena Spieler.
“Dinner parties are (almost) always fun. But as I rediscovered this past New Year’s Eve, adding a theme element to the mix can add extra flavor.”
Comfort foods. Just saying the phrase gives me a bit of comfort. My all-time favorite: mashed potatoes and gravy. Hands down.
21st Century Food Musings from The Food Channel Senior Writer, Bill Bailey.
You’ll find some delicious food pictured on our pages right now for two holidays – Easter and St. Patrick’s Day. I can say it’s delicious because I think I tasted it all. And that’s just part ...
Have you seen our new step-by-step photo essays? They are easy to pull up in the kitchen as you learn a new recipe, easy to read, and visually beautiful. What’s more, they take the fear ...