Kitchen and Cooking

Artist Nina Katchadourian on Extremely Complicated Armenian Soup Recipe She Learned From Her Late Aunt

As many of us continue to work from home, we ask artists about the creativity they have brought to their kitchens. Read on for the latest installment in our series on Artist’s Favorite Recipes. When Nina Katchadourian asked her aunt Nora — Nora Tour-Sarkissian, technically her father’s cousin — to …

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Interview with chef and food writer Anna Jones

Most people who love a plant-based diet are familiar with Anna Jones; a London-based cook, writer and stylist whose philosophy is to eat foods that put healthy ingredients at the heart of every recipe. She is highly regarded for bringing a modern twist to vegetarian and vegan cuisine, making vegetables …

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Top 5 Online Cooking Classes For Basic Cooking Skills

Calorie counted food deliveries. Healthy take out concepts. Strictly portioned meal kits. Is this healthy eating, in fashion 2021 – or is it just about outsourcing the cooking issue to yourself? If there’s one thing we’ve learned in the past year of gradual lockdown, it’s that being able to cook …

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Fire at Pullman’s College Hill restaurant causes kitchen damage | Local

PULLMAN – An outbreak while cooking meat at a College Hill restaurant in Pullman caused damage to a broiler chicken, but firefighters confined the fire to the kitchen. Pullman firefighters were called to the Azia restaurant, 1515 NE Merman Dr., around 1:15 p.m. Tuesday after a kitchen fire got out …

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Best Crime Scene Kitchen Cannoli Recipe

The contestants play a dual role of baker and detective in FOX’s latest series, Crime scene kitchen, hosted by Joël McHale. Each episode begins at the scene of the crime; a kitchen where a delicious dessert has disappeared. Clues left behind, in the form of ingredients, guide the teams in …

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Why was Alton Brown so “bad” in season 18?

Anyone who watches Food Network at any frequency knows that Alton Brown is different from your average chef and host. Removing the retention that can often leak on the network, Brown is comically sinister and more of an artist. However, when Brown got particularly rude in Season 18, many fans …

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Three bears, Anderson Cooper and chocolate pudding

Sally Friedman | Journalist Most of the women I know just can’t believe it. “Do you mean you still cook?” They ask me in amazement, as if I had just proclaimed that I had swam the Channel. The kitchen, it seems, is on the endangered species list. The simple answer …

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Restaurants turn to on-demand hiring apps during labor shortage

Chef Matt Bolus Source: Kelli LaMatia Like many restaurateurs, Matt Bolus, executive chef of The 404 Kitchen in Nashville, had to get creative when the city closed due to Covid-19 mandates last spring. He kept some of his core staff busy preparing meals for the local food bank, private dinners, …

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The misunderstanding of the unhappy chest that viewers never forgot

Over the past decade, culinary television has transformed the entertainment industry as well as endless possibilities for chefs and bakers. Crime Scene Kitchen is one of the new shows to join the scene, but there have been classics over the years. Excellent chef, Hell’s Kitchen, and Barefoot Countess are just …

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