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Be Lost at Sea
Jan 30, 2022 1:55 PM CST
Cookbooks May Be Lost at Sea
Authors take news in stride on Instagram
- Two new cookbooks may be literally lost at sea, and now fans will have to wait a few more months to dig into them,
reports. Containers collapsed on a cargo ship headed to New York, presumably sending new copies of Melissa Clark's
Dinner in One: Exceptional & Easy
Heiress Tries Cooking Show
Aug 6, 2021 4:35 PM CDT
Famous-for-Being-Famous Heiress Tries Cooking Show
Paris Hilton is surprisingly relatable in her Netflix show
- Paris Hilton has a cooking show on Netflix. Take a moment to process that if you need to. If you haven’t thought of her since 2007 when
The Simple Life
ended, that’s understandable. She’s actually cooked on camera before—her puzzling lasagna tutorial is available on YouTube...
Covered His Face
on YouTube Videos,
Forgot His Tattoos
in case you missed it
Apr 3, 2021 11:16 AM CDT
Alleged Mobster Covered His Face on YouTube Videos, Forgot His Tattoos
Tats were visible on cooking show of alleged 'Ndrangheta gangster from Italy, hiding in DR
- Come for the pasta making, stay for the arrest. Since 2014, Marc Feren Claude Biart, a purported member of Italy's infamous 'Ndrangheta crime syndicate, has been on the run from authorities in his home country after allegedly taking part in a Dutch cocaine trafficking operation. The BBC reports...
'You Have Been Sold a Lie'
on Cast Iron Skillets
Jan 23, 2021 9:45 AM CST
'You Have Been Sold a Lie' on Cast Iron Skillets
Go ahead and use soap to clean them, writes an exasperated Takeout columnist
- Want to start a kitchen debate? Tell a group of people who use cast iron skillets that it's OK to clean them with soap. For many, it's heresy. Their thinking is that soap will ruin the pan by destroying its protective seasoning. At the Takeout , Allison Robicelli has...
Yellowstone Ranger Busts Man
Cooking Chickens in Hot Spring
Nov 7, 2020 7:30 AM CST
Yellowstone Ranger Busts Man Cooking Chickens in Hot Spring
Park officials say the Idaho visitor has been banned for 2 years
- Although the pandemic limited many activities over the summer, at least people could partake in quiet outdoor activities, like having small, socially distanced barbecues. An Idaho man, however, has been barred from Yellowstone National Park after he picked the wrong place for his cookout. A park spokeswoman tells East Idaho...
New Millennial Trend:
in case you missed it
Mar 11, 2017 9:37 AM CST
New Millennial Trend: Adulting Classes
'Let's get these people together so they can learn this stuff'
- Know how to fold sheets? Change a tire? Cook dinner? Balance your budget? What sound like basic life skills to some may actually be novelties to others, who for whatever reason didn't learn certain tasks generally associated with adulthood. And yes, now there are "adulting" classes and meet-ups...
US Chefs Take Gold
in Culinary 'Olympics'
Jan 26, 2017 8:21 AM CST
US Chefs Take Gold in Culinary 'Olympics'
In a first , team USA takes top honors in annual French contest
- Team USA won big at the annual culinary Olympics in France, capturing the gold medal—the coveted Bocuse d'Or —for the first time. The American chefs wowed the judges with their take on a Lyonnaise classic,
poulet bresse aux ecrevisses
(chicken and crayfish), beating 23 other teams on...
in Paella, Spain
Oct 5, 2016 9:56 AM CDT
Jamie Oliver Put Sausage in Paella, Spain Freaked Out
Everyone knows not to put chorizo in traditional dish, right?
- Jamie Oliver has managed to "offend a whole nation," Stuff.co.nz reports—and he did it with pork sausage. The celebrity chef posted on Twitter what the
calls an "unorthodox" recipe for paella —a hodgepodge of rice, meats, veggies, and spices—incurring the wrath...
You Can Now Cook in
Julia Child's Kitchen
Jun 1, 2016 9:35 AM CDT
You Can Now Cook in Julia Child's Kitchen
But it'll cost about $3K
- If you inhale deeply enough, perhaps you'll still smell her beef bourguignon. The French cottage that Julia Child built with funds from the second volume of
Mastering the Art of French Cooking
is up for rent on Airbnb in what Bloomberg calls "one of the company's most...
May 12, 2016 8:39 AM CDT
Vegan Wonder Ingredient: Liquid We Dumped Down Drain
Aquafaba is opening up a frothy new world of vegan meringues, macaroons, and more
- When newly vegan Indiana software engineer Goose Wohlt heard his wife talk last year about a video of two French women whipping up a chocolate mousse using the liquid typically tossed from a can of chickpeas, he decided to try a meringue. And it worked. Almost overnight the discovery became...
Finally, Garlic That
Apr 26, 2016 8:11 AM CDT
Finally, Garlic That Doesn't Destroy Your Breath
2 Italian entrepreneurs hope to bring back once-popular Tuscan staple
- A construction engineer and a lawyer who've been friends since they were teens were seeking a diversion from their 9-to-5 toil, so they teamed up to revive a Tuscany staple that hasn't been prevalent in four decades: a huge variety of garlic that doesn't stink, tastes sweeter,...
Nov 18, 2015 11:50 AM CST
The 'Anti-Guy Fieri' Leaves America's Test Kitchen
Chris Kimball gone from company he co-founded, but he'll still host show in 2016
- In what Salon describes as "a move that sent shockwaves through the PBS-subscribing, why-yes-I-do-have-strong-feelings-about-pineapple-in-carrot-cake cognoscenti," Chris Kimball, the celebrity chef who co-founded America's Test Kitchen, is leaving the company, NPR reports. The 64-year-old "anti-Guy Fieri," as Salon labels him, who also served as editor-in-chief of...
Rid Rice of
Jul 27, 2015 9:31 AM CDT
This Cooking Method Helps Rid Rice of Arsenic
Fire up your coffeemaker, scientists say
- High levels of arsenic in rice shouldn't scare you away, scientists say, because they've found a way to flush most of the toxin, the journal
notes. Researchers for the study in
acquired 41 rice samples from at least a dozen countries and dumped them into...
to Cook Their Food
Jun 3, 2015 4:44 AM CDT
Chimpanzees Want to Cook Their Food
But they lack fire, and the right 'social skills'
- Chimps: the frustrated chefs of the animal kingdom? Humans are the only creatures to cook their food, but our closest relatives have the mental ability to cook and are more than happy to do so when given a chance, according to a new study. Scientists confirmed that chimps prefer cooked...
IBM's Supercomputer Chef
Releases a Cookbook
Apr 13, 2015 1:21 PM CDT
IBM's Supercomputer Chef Releases a Cookbook
Now you can sample recipes developed by a digital chef
- IBM's Watson supercomputer has been dabbling in the world of cooking for a while now; last year, for instance, it offered up its own barbecue sauce , which was reportedly a hit. Soon, you'll be able to try some of Chef Watson's recipes in your own kitchen. The...
Pinterest Making Us Fat
Mar 19, 2015 7:13 AM CDT
Cooking Shows, Pinterest Making Us Fat
Women who cook recipes from TV, social media have higher BMI
- It might be time to turn off the Food Network: A new study in
suggests TV cooking shows actually make viewers fat. Cornell University researchers surveyed 501 random women between 20 and 35 about their cooking habits, then took height and weight measurements to discover each participant's body...
Mar 14, 2015 7:29 AM CDT
Officials Investigate Paleo Cookbook ...for Babies
'Baby formula' involving chicken feet raises concerns
- You're never too young, it seems, for a trendy diet. The release of an Australian paleo diet cookbook has been delayed amid concerns over its recipes for babies, Australia's ABC News reports. Officials are investigating
Bubba Yum Yum: The Paleo Way For New Mums, Babies and Toddlers
Chefs High on
Cooking With Cannabis
Dec 29, 2014 12:13 PM CST
Chefs High on Cooking With Cannabis
Culinary creators' main obstacles: harnessing drug's taste, effects
- If someone made kale trendy, someone can make marijuana recipes that taste good. So says former
editor Ruth Reichl to the
New York Times
about a growing culinary niche: cooking with cannabis. Adventurous chefs are excited to create novel dining experiences, as are culinary scientists toiling to make pot...
Jul 20, 2014 9:07 AM CDT
Rocket Scientist Rethinks the Saucepan
Flare Pan cooks faster and saves energy, says Oxford tinkerer
- It doesn't have any buttons or a touchscreen, but a new saucepan could represent serious progress in cooking technology. The Flare Pan, which doesn't look much different from a normal pan, cooks food 44% faster, saving energy in the process, the Daily Dot reports. It was invented by...
Whips Up Own
Jul 2, 2014 1:58 AM CDT
IBM's Supercomputer Whips Up Own BBQ Sauce
Watson's creation is delicious, humans say
- What does a machine with no mouth, no taste buds, and no interest in consuming ribs know about barbecue sauce? Everything, according to IBM. The company says its Watson supercomputer has analyzed huge numbers of recipes and used its "cognitive cooking" abilities to create a delicious BBQ sauce, NPR...
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