The Proper Pour With Charlotte Voisey: New York Sour Cocktail Recipe
This twist on the classic New York Sour brings Glenfiddich Single Malt Whiskey from across the pond to take the place of American whiskey. The solera aging process of this 15 year old single malt, lends itself well to a touch of red wine, or in this case, Lillet Rouge, as a bit of a float over the top of the cocktail. Rounded off by layers of citrus, this sour style cocktail is perfect whether you are in New York or Edinburgh.
No-Fail Hollandaise Sauce Recipe
Hollandaise doesn’t have to be hard. See Everyday Food editor Sarah Carey use an immersion blender to make this easy sauce.
How to Julienne Carrots Like a Professional Chef
Professional chef Judy Joo from Iron Chef UK shares her tips for how to quickly julienne a carrot. Use this technique the next time you're fixing a healthy salad recipe with carrots.
How to Chop Parsley and Basil
Learn how to chop and slice parsley and basil!
How to Dice & Slice an Onion
Learn how to chop and slice an onion!
Richard Blais' Smoked Mayonnaise
Things are getting smokin' when Richard Blais brings out the smoker to give some flavor to ordinary mayonnaise.
How to Soft, Medium, & Hard Boil Eggs
Learn how to make perfectly hard, medium, and soft boiled eggs. Check this video out on how to make these!
Grilling with Jonathan Waxman
Jonathan Waxman, chef and owner of Barbuto Restaurant, serves up some helpful grilling tips, including biggest mistakes and what other foods grill well.
Grocery Shopping Tips with Jonathan Waxman
We caught up with chef and author Jonathan Waxman at the 2013 South Beach Wine and Food Festival as he serves up some helpful kitchen tips, including what to stock your fridge with.
Bobby Deen's Healthy Eating Tips
Men's Fitness caught up with Cooking Channel's Bobby Deen, host of "Not My Mama's Meals," at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival. Bobby serves up tips on healthy food swaps.
Robert Irvine's Kitchen Emergencies
What happens if you over-season something? Or have unexpected dinner guests? Food Network's Robert Irvine serves up some solutions to some common kitchen emergencies.
Jacques Pépin's Food Chopping Techniques
When Nate Berkus takes Rachael Ray's "Celebrity Cooking School," he learns proper food cutting techniques from the best of the best: chef Jacques Pépin!
Sugar Decoration for Desserts
Learn how to make these beautiful sugar garnishes in this video!
*Warning: The sugar gets very hot, so please take precautions*
How to Scramble Eggs in Your Espresso Machine
Rachael Ray's viewers share their "double-duty" tips for scrambling eggs in an espresso machine, using a pasta maker as a paper shredder and safely transporting cupcakes to a party!
David Burke's Tips for Using Every Bit of Your Ingredients
Chef David Burke shows Rachael Ray how he's spent his culinary career using every part of his ingredients, including oatmeal to make crème brûlée.
Classic BLT Recipe
(Ingredients Below) Check out this B.L.T (Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato)
Watch this video to learn how to make this insanely delicious sandwich!
How to Make Green Eggs and Ham
Food science lets you enjoy genuine green eggs - with or without ham.
Penne With Lemon, Garlic, Cream and Charred Tomato
Learn how to make this delicious penne pasta with a lemon and garlic cream sauce, charred tomatoes, & fresh herbs!
Emeril Lagasse's Kitchen Essentials
Emeril Lagasse reveals the three must-have items that everyone should have in the kitchen.
Culinary Personalities Tell You What Tools You Need in Your Kitchen
Top chefs, restauranteurs and culinary personalities tell you what tools you need in your kitchen. Advice from Robert Irvine, Jonathan Waxman, Bobby Deen, and Pat LaFrieda Jr.
A Classic Time-Saving Restaurant Tip
Wes Martin shows you a tip used by restaurants that will save you time when it comes to preparing your vegetables.
How to Organize Your Refrigerator
Organizing Your Refrigerator: Helpful tips on how to organize a refrigerator with food safety in mind.
Thrillist's BBQ and the Blues: BBQ Grilling Tips
Top chefs from the Thrillist's BBQ and the Blues event at the South Beach Wine and Food Festival dole out grilling tips.
Easiest Way to Prep Garlic
Learn a useful tip to prepare garlic ahead of cooking, so you could save time on chopping and mincing it.
How to Dress a Salad
Learn the proper way to add salad dressing to your salad.
Homemade Baked ('Donuts') Doughnuts Recipe
Learn how to make insanely delicious baked doughnuts. They have a crunchy outside and buttery vanilla cake inside. You have to try this recipe!
1/2 cup Sugar
1/2 cup Butter
1 & 1/2 cup Flour (all purpose)
2 tsp baking powder
1 whole egg
1/2 cup milk
Pinch of salt
1/2 cup powdered sugar (to coat doughnuts)
How to Blanch Vegetables
On this edition of Chef Tips with Susan Feniger, our expert teaches you how to blanch different types of vegetables:
How to Roast and Peel Peppers
On this edition of Chef Tips with Susan Feniger, find out how to prepare, peel and roast peppers to perfection in two methods. Wait for the end for a quick and easy goat cheese and peppers compote.
2013 South Beach Wine and Food Festival: Geoffrey Zakarian Interivew
MensFitness.com catches up with Geoffrey Zakarian at the 2013 South Beach Wine and Food Festival.
Rachael Ray's Tips For Freezing Soups, Stews & Sauces
Rachael Ray shares her tips for storing your soups, stews and sauces in the freezer ... with lots of room leftover.