by Food Network Magazine in Food Network Magazine, April 22nd, 2013
by Sarah De Heer in Shows, January 7th, 2013
Kelsey Nixon, host of Cooking Channel‘s Kelsey’s Essentials, tells Food Network Magazine what to eat in her hometown, Salt Lake City.
Shrimp-Stuffed Mushrooms From Tin Angel Café
This cafe and art gallery was one of Kelsey’s favorite hangouts after she graduated from nearby Brigham Young University (she now lives in New York full-time). Stuffed mushrooms, filled with peppers, onions and shrimp, was her go-to dish. “I’ve been meaning to re-create something similar at home,” she says. And she should: They come and go from the menu!
$6.50; 365 West 400 South; thetinangel.com
by FN Dish Editor in Events, December 11th, 2012
Last year, FN Dish introduced you to a new series on Cooking Channel called Classy Ladies. For 2013, they’re shaking things up even more with a familiar Food Network face, Adam Gertler (Food Network Star and Kid in a Candy Store), in Food Bites.
Taste test the best (and worst) of food television with him every Thursday as he takes his steak knife to the world of food. Nothing’s off-limits and everything’s served up with a dash of humor.
What does a cigarette and vodka have to do with a bologna volcano? Find out on the latest episode of Food Bites, where Adam explores pork-related food crimes, pickles with Kelsey Nixon, visits with the Bare Nekked Chef and, for good measure, also talks with the Nearly Naked Chef (click the play button above to watch).
Watch more videos of Food Bites here.
by Joseph Erdos in Shows, December 1st, 2012
On Wednesday, December 12, starting at 7:30pm ET, Cooking Channel will air the “12-12-12” fundraising concert, live from Madison Square Garden, to aid the victims of Hurricane Sandy. The concert will feature Bon Jovi, Eric Clapton, Dave Grohl, Billy Joel, Alicia Keys, Chris Martin, The Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen & the E Street Band, Eddie Vedder, Roger Waters, Kanye West, The Who and Paul McCartney. All proceeds from the event will go to the Robin Hood Relief Fund, which ensures that every penny from ticket purchases and donations goes to non-profit groups helping those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
Get more info at www.121212concert.org.
Tune in to Cooking Channel on Wednesday, December 12, at 7:30pm ET to watch the concert live or visit Cooking Channel’s blog to stream it live online.
Artists subject to change.
by Cooking Channel in Shows, January 11th, 2012
Whether you’re a fan of Food Network, Cooking Channel or both, have you ever wondered what it would be like if the two networks fought for supremacy? Here’s your chance to see it for real on Iron Chef America. Food Network and Cooking Channel will battle it out in Kitchen Stadium, not only for the win, but for long-lasting bragging rights. You won’t want to miss this episode, which will surely go down in food television history.
Representing Food Network are Iron Chef Masaharu Morimoto, Robert Irvine and Ted Allen. Representing Cooking Channel are Iron Chef Michael Symon, Nadia G and Ben Sargent. Tune in to find out which team will win glory for their network.
Tune in: Sunday, December 2 at 10pm/9c
Vote for the network you want to win
by Sara Levine in View All Posts, March 24th, 2011
- Bobby is putting his mother Paula Deen's recipes on a diet.
Staying slim with celebrated Southern chef Paula Deen in the kitchen? It ain’t easy, y’all. But that’s what Paula’s son Bobby has managed to do. His secret? Remaking his mama’s most crave-worthy recipes so they’re lighter, leaner and still just as delicious.
In Bobby’s new show, Not My Mama’s Meals, he slims down Paula’s most indulgent dishes to match his lifestyle. Tonight at 9pm ET on Cooking Channel, Bobby remakes Paula’s famous Pimento Cheese spread into a delicious grilled cheese sandwich, that’s just a little lighter. But you’re still gonna love it…
- Meet Nadia G., Cooking Channel host and South Beach reporter extraordinaire
At this year’s South Beach Food & Wine Festival, Cooking Channel’s Nadia G. — the hilariously irreverent host of Bitchin’ Kitchen — was on the ground chatting it up with everyone from Duff Goldman to our newest Iron Chef, Marc Forgione. Check out some footage from this Canadian rising star’s whirlwind weekend down South.
At the Best Thing I Ever Ate at the Beach party, Nadia posed a question that’s bound to get any chef fired up: What’s the worst thing you ever ate?
During the day, Nadia chatted with Guy Fieri about cooking with kids, a subject near and dear to both of these personality-packed chefs, who also share a penchant for tattoos.
Then Nadia hung out backstage during Guy’s standing-room-only cooking demo, which truly looked like a rock concert. Check out her guest appearance on stage — it was a surprise to everyone, including Nadia!
Want to see more Nadia G.? Check out more videos from South Beach on our sister blog Devour and catch Bitchin’ Kitchen on Wednesdays at 10:30pm/9:30c on Cooking Channel.