Food is not the only thing that gets roasted in Patti LaBelle’s kitchen. The sweet potato pie guru/owner of one of the best voices in the universe/consummate diva, who’s been known to scream at children and fans alike, debuted her new cooking series over the weekend. Patti LaBelle’s Place lived up to the promise of…
When you read this, you’re gonna lose your mind up in here (up in here): diva of divas-slash-queen of the prefab sweet potato pie Patti LaBelle is set to host her own cooking series on the Cooking Channel. Following a few completely hilarious specials that aired last year, Patti LaBelle’s Place has been greenlit for a…
Anyone who has ever watched Paula Deen or Guy Fieri will not be surprised by this news, but nevertheless, here it is: researchers have found that women who watched cooking shows and tried those recipes for themselves had higher BMIs than women who just watched the shows but didn't do any cooking.
Nancy Pelosi, tweeter of the words "Mr. President" and “dark chocolate” in the same 140 characters, is taking her talents to TLC’s Next Great Baker. Let Capitol Hill rejoice.
This week's episode of the popular web series My Drunk Kitchen guest starred Mary Louise Parker and a heart shaped pan full of brownies and the whole thing was so cute it makes a baby pig wearing galoshes look like an adult pig on a roasting spit.
Actually, there's no fucking involved, but it is adorable — and actually maybe somewhat delicious? Or, appealingly disgusting. I don't know, it's a sexy dude making food — could you ask for anything more?*
Few things inspire the outrage that is prompted by foodie television stars.
In this video, cook Titli Nihaan gives a simple recipe for becoming a celebrity chef. Her parody may be a little too good — now we really want to know how to cook with "Monster Munch." Click to watch.
Anyone who's seen Mastering the Art of French Cooking knows that Julia worked with a co-author: Simone Beck. The two women had a smash on their hands, but all was not rosy: