Simplified Cooking With Chef Seamus Mullen
Award-winning chef Seamus Mullen may have been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, but loss of joint function won't stop him from cooking. He has streamlined the process and is here to share his useful tips and tasty 10 step (or less!) recipes.
Chef Seamus Mullen Offers Easy Summer Recipes
Chef Seamus Mullen joins Caitlyn on set to discuss some simple seasonal recipes.
Chef Seamus Mullen's BEST Kitchen Tips
Chef Seamus Mullen joins Caitlyn in-studio to offer some tips as to how to stay comfortable in the kitchen.
Chef Seamus Mullen 5 Essential Kitchen Items
Chef Seamus Mullen joins Caitlyn in-studio to talk about what five items he doesn't like to cook without.
Chef Seamus Mullen On Living With Rheumatoid Arthritis
Chef Seamus Mullen joins Caitlyn in-studio to discuss what it's like to live with rheumatoid arthritis and how he copes with it.
'Pitmasters': Tricks of the BBQ Trade
Pitmasters Tuffy Stone and Myron Mixon give some advice to young BBQer's.
'Pitmasters': BBQ Law
Pitmasters Tuffy Stone and Myron Mixon lay down some BBQ Law.
Conquer Your Fear of the Artichoke
Love artichokes, but too scared to make them at home? We're here to help you conquer your fear of the Spring vegetable, as it's so much easier to prepare than it looks. Learn how to steam, roast, and - of course - eat them, then get cooking with a whole host of artichoke recipes. Keep watching to get to the heart of the artichoke.
Oil in Pasta Water?
Should you add oil to the water when you boil pasta? No, and here's why.
Important Safe-Eating Tips
Terri Trespicio offers advice for avoiding unsafe fruits and vegetables.
Indoor Grills, Types Of Wood, and Grilling Tools
Emeril Lagasse discusses indoor grilling, various types of wood that can be used in wood grilling, and essential grilling tools.
Grilling Safety Tips You Should Know
Martha explains what items are a must for grilling safety.
Grilling Secrets from the Experts
Experts share their top secrets for grilling.
How to Can Tomatoes
Looking for something to do with all the tomatoes from your summer garden? Well join Allison from The Food Channel to see how to make home-canned tomatoes. This process lets you enjoy the flavor of summer just a little bit longer and you can use the tomatoes to make a fresh spaghetti sauce, lasagna, chili, or other tomato-based meals and enjoy that fresh garden taste.
How to Eat a Lobster
From the Food Network Kitchens, here's how to eat a lobster.
Grilling the Ungrillable
Food Network Kitchens grills five things you thought couldn't be grilled.
4 New Ways to Use a Microplane
Professional chef Judy Joo shows you four new ways to use her favorite kitchen utensil, the microplane. Learn how to get the most from nutmeg, perfectly mince garlic, and shred hard and soft cheeses.
Add a Tasty Crunch to Your Dish in No Time
Got leftover bread you're not sure what to do with? Wes Martin shows you how to make toasted bread crumbs to put over a pasta dish - without the baking time!
Cooking With Dry Ice at Seattle's Space Needle Restaurant
Seattle's Space Needle restaurant is guaranteed to take your breath away.
How to Cook With Wine
Uncork your bottles and head to the kitchen! Chef Billy Parisi shows us various ways to cook with wine.
How to Poach Eggs Perfectly
Poaching eggs is one of the basic things you should know to do in a kitchen. Martha Stewart shows you her method of poaching.
The Easiest Way to Separate an Egg
Learn how to easily crack and separate an egg with celebrity chef Judy Joo from Iron Chef UK.
How to Remove Pin Bones from a Fish Fillet
In this short how-to video from SHAPE magazine with professional chef Judy Joo, learn how to easily remove pin bones from a fish fillet.
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 Segment an Orange With Judy Joo
Get kitchen tips from celebrity chef Judy Joo. The chef from Iron Chef UK shows you how to slice and segment an orange like a professional.
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.