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  • April 8, 2015 • Views: 78268

    Episode 2: Miami (Seagrape)

    America Cooks makes its second stop in sunny Miami! Here we go behind the scenes at Food Network star Chef Michelle Bernstein’s brand new restaurant, Seagrape, where the flavors

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  • Episode 7: CHMI

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  • Episode 6: Portland (Naomi Pomeroy)

    February 5, 2015 • Views: 53391

  • Episode 5: Seattle (Maria Hines)

    January 28, 2015 • Views: 58872

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  • Redefining The Red Cup

    If you grew up in the United States, you probably associate the red cup with college parties, largely as a symbol of hedonism and excess. In the slums of Nairobi, though, the truth is starkly different. Where food is scarce and

    September 25, 2015 • Slider • Views: 79

  • 5 Creative Ways To Welcome Autumn

    Hollowed-Out Pumpkin Pumpkins are delicious on their own, but treat them like soup in a bread bowl and they really shine. Bonus points for making pumpkin soup and serving it in a pumpkin. Garnish with roasted pumpkin seeds for

    September 17, 2015 • Practical • Views: 137

  • 6 Tips For Not Ruining A Perfect, Juicy Steak

    Recently, I watched a friend of mine cook a steak. As a total backseat cook, I was biting my tongue through the entire process. My friend, bless his heart, did the following: he grabbed an aluminum pan, put it on the stove,

    September 2, 2015 • Slider, Tasty • Views: 299

  • The 4 Secrets To Perfect, Juicy Chicken Breast, Every Time

    Bake Low Baking falls into two main methods: high heat and low heat. To get the best results, think a little about what you’re cooking to decide which is best. You want the outside of a piece of meat to become perfectly browned

    August 27, 2015 • Practical, Slider • Views: 324

  • 5 Breads You Can (And Should) Make At Home

    Even in a world so quick to shy away from carbs and gluten, very few people would deny the appeal of a warm loaf of bread right out of the oven. It’s the epitome of comfort food — a classic to almost every culture,

    August 21, 2015 • Slider, Tasty, Uncategorized • Views: 328

  • The Guide To Eating Lighter At Work

    Stress and bad eating habits go hand in hand. Even though nutritionists and dietitians tell us over and over not to treat food as a reward, food triggers the same responses in our brain that are associated with success,

    August 18, 2015 • Slider • Views: 348

  • Easy Summer Dishes Anyone Can Make

    Firing up the grill, turning on the oven, preheating, chopping, slicing, dicing — on a hot summer day, this just sounds like “sweat, sweat, sweat”. When the mercury rises past 90, you want a recipe that’s

    August 12, 2015 • Slider, Tasty • Views: 419

  • How To Put Your Leftovers To Work

    To some people, leftovers are the unwanted scraps following a meal. To others, leftovers are a treasure-trove with endless possibilities. The remains of one meal can give birth to an entirely different meal—or be used to

    August 10, 2015 • Uncategorized • Views: 304

  • Big Brands Draw Inspiration From Ethnic Classics

    Once in a blue moon, a completely new idea in food will enter the world. Food lore is full of stories about how famous dishes were invented in a single stroke of genius — or a happy accident. We love these stories because

    August 3, 2015 • Slider, Tasty • Views: 591

  • How to Cold-Brew Coffee

    In the oppressive heat of summer, nothing sounds less appealing than a hot cup of coffee. Iced coffee is great, but $5 for a Starbucks run each day can add up quickly. The good news is, cold coffee is actually very easy to make,

    July 30, 2015 • Practical, Slider, Tasty • Views: 437