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Melissa McCarthy Turns Up The Heat In ‘Cook Off!’

Reality-show shenanigans mix with the fiery-and-fierce world of competitive baking in the deliciously sly mockumentary Cook Off! As a buffet of quirky contestants prepare for the renowned Van Rookle Farms Cooking Contest, the heat is on to win a one... Continue Reading →

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New App Makes Food Look Good Enough To Eat!

Wishing you could shoot your own sizzling #foodporn social media shares? You know...like a professional photographer. But how? Introducing Foodie, the dedicated camera app specifically for food photos! LINE Corporation just released  Foodie, a new camera app available for free... Continue Reading →

THE SAVEUR 100: What to Cook in 2016

Wait for it...and bam!  Saveur Magazine just published their annual guide. . From Go-To Curry Pastes (#10) and Coffee in Taipei (#65), toOne-Hour French Onion Soup (#75) and Why We Love Watercress (#63), The SAVEUR 100 is the annual guide... Continue Reading →

The Queen of Your Cuisine is Back!

. It's all "Feathers and Toast" with the lovely Tallulah Grace, heartbroken Scottish mime turned web cooking show host, now back with season two, olive branch and spatula in hand, ready to bring hope to (single) ladies with a penchant for dramedy in the... Continue Reading →

Napa Valley Chefs Team Up on May 18 for the HALL Cabernet Cookoff

On Sunday, May 18 from 11am to 2pm, HALL Wines will bring together local foodies and wine for a good cause featuring 15 chef teams competing for a local charity by creating small bite dishes paired with the recently released... Continue Reading →

A Page From The Kontos Cookbook

by Tracey Paleo, Gia On The Move . I often find that the simplest things are the most delicious. And what could be more uncomplicated than bread?  Racing to the local baker's to pick up a steaming Pane di Genzano... Continue Reading →

Take A Health Break for Heart Awareness Month

Weekend Extras: Back in 1964, President Lyndon B. Johnson declared February as National Heart Month for the first time.  Fifty years later, President Obama signed the same annual federal proclamation for 2014.  As heart disease is the number one killer in... Continue Reading →

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Friday Food Finds: Best Holiday Foodie Kitchens

Foodies everywhere in the US are ramping up for holiday cooking and entertaining. Inevitably, this is the time of year we also start wishing we had that perfect “Martha Stewart” kitchen to cook in and showcase when hosting holiday parties.... Continue Reading →

Primal Barbecue

Last Minute Turkey Ideas – And Yes, There’s An App For That!

Thanksgiving is almost upon us, thus bringing with it the holiday rush of anticipation and family gatherings.  But if you are still struggling with that perfect recipe and buzz over your divinely delectable edibles and counting down the hours to... Continue Reading →

Can Grandma’s Cooking Beat The Chefs?

Calling all home cooks! It’s time to fire up your burners and break out your favorite recipes! We are casting now for fun, outgoing teams of all ages.  Do you have a recipe that can meet the challenge?  Click here... Continue Reading →

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