here's a good chance that beets aren't the first things that come to mind when planning your week night meals. But there are actually endless ways to work beets into your diet without any trouble.
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Condé Nast, which sells its advertising based on the size and demographics of its subscribers, decided to go with mass instead of class, and closed Gourmet down.
I'm always impressed by how elegant and beautiful Ina Garten's tablescapes look on her show (and in person). As quarter-life cooks, we don't usually think about the table first.
On "Iron Chef," food superstars Comerford, Mario Batali, Bobby Flay and Emeril Lagasse meet in Washington for a trip to the White House. The first lad...
Organizations across the country are running campaigns as part of Hunger Action Month, a national fight against the millions going hungry in America a...
When I started at Le Bernardin is when I really, for the first time in my life, was in charge of a kitchen, and I could integrate artistry into the craftsmanship that cooking is.
I think the future of cooking is that it will become more traditional, as sane, healthy. Ingredients just get better and better, fresher and fresher.
I do like to eat, but (as an uncivilized bachelor) I don't know how to cook or much care about cooking. That is, until Michael Pollan, told about the key to saving the food situation.
The ability to cook gives me options that non-cooks don't have, and what is autonomy about, if not having options?
The headlines: July cable news ratings confirm FoxNews dominance. CNN benefits from Michael Jackson's death, and The Food Network wins the demographics.
Running a business is not a fairytale. And fun is the exception to the rule, even when your bricks and mortar are chocolate and visual cute.
Does Food Network Magazine represent "media's next wave?"
Put away your tin foil, Giada de Laurentiis enthusiasts; lay down your many meats, Guy Ferari fans, and please, Sandra Lee-watchers, don't buy pre-packaged ingredients you can easily make.
After we umasked Pat Bruno for his quasi-anonymous showing on 'Throwdown! With Bobby Flay,' the emails started flying here at MPHQ. The most important...
What makes "comfort food" is the fact that it's nourishing food served in a nurturing environment.
In an urban center of extremes where the haves and have-nots are acutely aware of each other, this fall's economic downturn has created a definitive shift.
It looks like another Food Network regular has scored a magazine deal. Hoffman Media, the company behind "Cooking with Paula Deen," is planning to pub...
Without a doubt. So, after the hideous spectacle of the convention was over, I did what most food writers do when they're mildly hysterical: I fled for the safety of my kitchen.
It could be said of chefs Susan Feniger and Mary Sue Milliken that they prefer to lead with the carrot rather than the stick. That said, Ciudad, their...
I have a blow torch in my home, but I'm a professional pastry chef and have a degree in silver and gold smithing so it makes sense for me. But Cindy McCain? Why didn't she at least choose something a little more American and homey to steal?
It was only a matter of time.
The Food Network is getting into the competitive eating genre with a new series tentatively titled "Eat the Clock."
Cindy McCain is up to her old tricks. Her recipe for oatmeal-butterscotch cookies featured in the latest issue of Family Circle magazine is identical to a recipe on Hersheys.com.
Cindy McCain joked that the intern who stole the recipes from the Food Network was "now in Betty Crocker boot camp."
It seems that Cindy McCain, John McCain's perfect, blonde beer-baroness wife is about to find herself painted as the latest example of plagiarism on the campaign trail.
According to the New York Post's Page Six, the Food Network is going out of its way to hide star chef Nigella Lawson's growing backside. Page Six rep...
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