Contestants on the 38th cycle of Chopped will be shaking in their weird, tall chef hats as the queen of presentation judges their plating: our friend Martha Stewart is in the kitchen.
Food blogger Elizabeth LaBau, who runs the website SugarHero.com, posted a recipe in 2014 for edible snow globe cupcakes. She made the globes using gelatin sheets hardened on balloons, which seems extremely complicated and time-consuming but, hey, the cupcakes are cute!
Many of my friends have kids. Many more are planning to have kids. I have a sibling with kids. I, on the other hand, do not have kids, and will probably never have kids. And the next time I am asked why I do not want to have kids (which is honestly a question I’m asked more than I ever expected to be asked), I will…
If forced to choose my favorite food television personality, there is absolutely no contest: it’s the Barefoot Contessa. I would gladly listen to Ina Garten read me the United States tax code while making butterscotch pudding from a mix for Jeffrey because she is my favorite aural Xanax: a fast-acting balm that eases…
Riley Curry’s mom Ayesha Curry is joining the ranks of food delivery startups and launching her own meal service, continuing her track toward becoming the NBA’s Martha Stewart.
Last year, celebrity chef and cruise ship host Paula Deen told Matt Lauer she had “learned so much” after being called out for the racist remarks she’s made in the past. But it’s apparently taken her less than a year to forget those lessons, because today she tweeted this #TransformationTuesday photo of her and her…
Maybe I’ve been living under a rock—entirely plausible; Boston’s winter was pretty shitty—but I had absolutely no idea that Paula Deen had been pulling in the kind of dough required to own a 28,000-square foot house. Which is now on the market. For $13 million.
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.
Earlier this month, the Food Network released a new, improved version of its app that promises to allow users to create their own grocery lists, search via ingredient or preferred chef, and basically allow your phone to live the 1950's dream kitchen fantasy, minus the circle skirt color coordinated with the countertop.
Despite the air of perfection Sandra Lee gives off, this blooper reel that's made its way online suggests otherwise. The Semi-Homemade Food Network star swears up a storm, grabs her breasts, and acts pretty sassy in this clip — and we like it.
On yesterday's Barefoot Contessa, the recently vindicated Ina Garten entertained emails from viewers during "Ask Ina." When one man requested Italian recipes to make for his vegetarian and lactose intolerant girlfriend, Garten couldn't help but express her latent disgust for those who don't eat meat or dairy via…
We know the basics on Sandra Lee: the hardscrabble story; the "Evangelist's fervor" with which she pursued success; her relationship with new York's governor; her deep commitment to the state's food banks. At this point, even shots at her Semi-Homemade empire feel cheap and stale. And yet, a new profile — perhaps the…
Where do we begin? With chicken! (For Ina, it always, eventually comes down to the chicken.) Or, more precisely, her Lemon Roasted Chicken Breasts—I've made them!—whose (Is "whose" appropriate when we're talking about chicken breasts? Whatever.) ease of… [Gawker.TV]
In picture after picture, Sandra Lee is like a virgin. Suggests Stacey London, "there's the idea of purity and the fact they aren't married and she's trying to not look like the girlfriend."
Giada de Laurentiis tells Redbook that at home, she's all about "traditional roles." Is this her way of fighting back against those cheating rumors?
Okay, yes, they're only dating. But still! Thanks to Megan for reminding us of this particular abomination: Sandra Lee's Kwanzaa cake.