Chopped

If you’re up with the food and health trends, you may have heard of Meatless Mondays. That’s good and all, but here at Never
Growing up in Barbados, I saw my mom and granny cook literally every day. I spent summers with my granny picking fresh veggies in the backyard and watching her cook. To this day, I have to say I remember every smell and taste as if it was yesterday.
What drew you to become a chef? At the age of 14, the lure of New Orleans and its nightlife got me sent off for a weekend
Amanda Freitag is beloved as a judge and host on Food Network shows like Chopped. But now the chef has her own cookbook, The Chef Next Door, and she is ready to open up.
The irony is not lost on me that one of America's most cherished foods is embedded in his surname -- which, incidentally, affords his persona an added measure of flavor!
Parties are one of life's true pleasures, but planning them can be a real problem. After all, there's food to prepare, a
How to care for them: If you insist on using rock-based boards (or countertops)--which many do for the sake of aesthetics
Marco Gubbiotti was the chef of La Bastiglia, a restaurant that earned a Michelin Star. Now he runs Cucinaa in Foligno. Gubbiotti who sports a goatee and wears a uniform made up of a black apron with a white chef's jacket accomplishes a great deal without the usual fireworks that we associate with kitchens.
Allen admitted the show's faults, including its heavy commercialism; he even went as far as calling them "trailblazers in
For any great recipe there is always one simple undoing: seasoning.
In this episode of Nicholas Snow Live, I welcome Food Network star and original Queer Eye for the Straight Guy cast member, Ted Allen, spokesperson for Dining Out For Life, Emmy Award-winner and host of the primetime series Chopped on The Food Network.
V Street shows how their approach in the kitchen has evolved since their first restaurant Horizons a decade back. There they featured veganized 1950s era American comfort food, making seitan stand in for steak.
As the star of Food Network's Chopped, and former judge on Bravo's Top Chef, Ted Allen can eat. And eat. And eat. But when he's not eating, or jamming out to David Bowie, he's traveling
("Officer's Conviction in Cannibalism Case Overturned," NYT, 6/30/14). The cannibalism, as the Times described the prosecution
If you are a Food Channel regular and a devotee of Chopped you will love Chef. It's a far cry from reality TV, but it thrives off the same impulse of turning food preparation into an athletic competition.
Allen has found a home hosting an Emmy Award-winning series called Chopped -- have you heard of it? We think so.
12. Whenever an "Ace of Cakes" creation is loaded into the back of a van or carried up stairs, you go into full blown panic
Competitive food shows strip cooking of its best parts.