Star-a-Day: Cory Bahr

by , April 21st, 2017

Food Network StarIt was just last week that we here at Star Talk broke the news about the upcoming season of Food Network Star, which kicks off on Sunday, June 4 at 9|8c. Among a crop of talented hopefuls judge-mentors extraordinaire Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentii...

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You Can Now Drink Rosé from a 40-Ounce Bottle

by in Drinks, News, April 20th, 2017

You Can Now Drink Rosé from a 40-Ounce BottleWhen you think of 40-ouncers, you probably think of malt liquor: Colt 45 or Olde English 800, aka the kind of cheap, high-alcohol swill best drunk out of a brown paper bag.

You probably don’t think of an organically farmed, light, crisp Muscadet with “mineral aromatics” or a blushing rosé. Award-winning New York sommelier Patrick Cappiello wants to change that with his new endeavor: Forty Ounce Wines.

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Post-Tax-Return Meals (Whether You Got a Refund or Not)

by in Recipes, April 20th, 2017

Maybe you’re one of the lucky ones who’s expecting money back from Uncle Sam this year. Or perhaps you’re like the rest of us who kept crunching the numbers on our returns thinking “This can’t be right…I can’t possibly owe this much,” only to come to the conclusion that: A. Yes…you do. And B. That vacation you were dreaming of is now going to be in Baltimore instead of Bali. Whether April 18th left you feeling broke or flush, here are the recipes to make to celebrate that tax season is over. Read more

Star-a-Day: Caodan Tran

by , April 20th, 2017

Food Network StarIt was just last week that we here at Star Talk broke the news about the upcoming season of Food Network Star, which kicks off on Sunday, June 4 at 9|8c. Among a crop of talented hopefuls judge-mentors extraordinaire Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentii...

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Coffee That Bridges the Gap Between Cheap and Good

by in News, April 19th, 2017

Coffee That Bridges the Gap Between Cheap and GoodSome people like cheap coffee: the stuff that will open your eyes but not cost an arm and a leg. Others insist on good coffee: the stuff that is caringly sourced, carefully roasted. Now — wait for it — you can actually get both at once.

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Easy Family-Style Italian Pasta from Josh Cellars and Chef Amalia Scatena

by in View All Posts, April 19th, 2017

nullWhen a single bottle of wine does double-duty as cooking ingredient and dinner drink, it’s a definite winner. That’s been true for ages with Italy’s classic Fettuccine with Clams. Amalia Scatena, executive chef of Cannon Green in Charleston, South Carolina, knows that intimately. Born and raised in a close-knit Italian family in San Francisco, she went on to train professionally as a chef at the Advanced Culinary Arts Professional Program from the Culinary Institute of Florence. While living in Italy, she learned first-hand how closely entwined food and wine are at every meal. Wine was always served, but it was often used in cooking too.

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Kitchen Cleaning All-Stars in Your Pantry and Fridge

by in How-to, April 19th, 2017


Getting ready to clean the coffeemaker or scrub away at those unfortunate stains (tomato soup?) in your microwave? Before you reach under the sink for any household cleaning products, give DIY cleaners a try to polish stainless steel, clean grease stains and freshen the garbage disposal. They’re easy to whip up with a few natural ingredients and pantry items.

Lemon

The most edible of the cleaning all-stars is also pretty versatile. Cut out a slice and use it straight on stainless steel appliances to remove grease and streaks.

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Star-a-Day: Blake Baldwin

by , April 19th, 2017

Food Network StarIt was just last week that we here at Star Talk broke the news about the upcoming season of Food Network Star, which kicks off on Sunday, June 4 at 9|8c. Among a crop of talented hopefuls judge-mentors extraordinaire Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentii...

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Chopped Star Power: Exclusive Interview with the Part 4, Screen Stars Winner

by in Shows, April 19th, 2017

Rick and Jodi begin the dessert roundIn this all-new Chopped tournament, 16 stars from the web, sports, comedy and Hollywood have converged to prove their star power. In the fourth episode, actors Rick Fox, Alysia Reiner, Jodi Lyn O’Keefe and Alan Thicke brought a bit of Hollywood to the competition. They’ve had stellar performances on TV, but competing in the Chopped kitchen is a completely new role. After surviving three rounds of mystery baskets, one of these stars came out victorious. Find out who earned the right to return to compete in the finale on April 25.

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Terrarium Cakes May Be the Most-Succulent Dessert Trend Yet

by in News, April 18th, 2017

Terrarium Cakes May Be the Most-Succulent Dessert Trend YetWe all like succulent desserts. But a new cake-decorating trend is taking that concept super-literally. Terrarium cakes, topped with succulent plants and flowers, are a thing on Instagram — eye candy in the extreme.

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