At SimpleFoodie.com, your cooking experience just got better. By watching our step-by-step, quick and easy recipe videos you can see exactly how to create delicious dishes. They're made in the SimpleFoodie kitchen with our very own, Chef Herman. Cooking becomes easier than ever because the videos are fast, fun and foolproof. And, be on the lookout for more videos that are added every week. To get the recipes go to http://www.simplefoodie.com and just click the video tab and choose which soups, salads, sides and main dishes you want to watch and make in your kitchen.
Where are you dining tonight? Subscribe to get restaurant picks from some of New York City's top food experts on New York Dish from American Express. You'll hear where chefs and food writers like Daniel Boulud (Daniel), Ed Levine (New York Eats), and Charlie Palmer (Aureole) go for delicious cuisine. Plus, discover how these chefs and experts found their passion for food.
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From the editors of The Old Farmer's Almanac, every weekday you'll hear helpful weather information, country folklore, gardening secrets, great tasting recipes, do-it-yourself projects tips, amazing facts and a whole lot more.
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The Stella Culinary School Podcast is our flagship audio series that started it all. Originally known as "The Free Culinary School Podcast," this ongoing series starts with the most basic skills, with each episode building on the next as your knowledge grows. Hosted by Jacob Burton, Executive Chef of The Cedar House Sport Hotel and Stella Restaurant, this podcast strives to replicate the same lectures that a student would receive at top culinary schools around the world. As Chef Jacob puts it, "This is the most important content that we produce here at Stella Culinary. The only difference between an amateur cook and a professional cook is their deep understanding of the science and technique that makes great food possible." This podcast was created to give its listeners a firm understanding of basic and advanced cooking techniques, with a focus on food science.
The Ten Minute vegan project started when I’d heard enough times that the reason folks didn’t eat more mindfully at home was because it was so much faster and easier to grab something “fast” and “easy” from somewhere else. Simply put, this isn’t true. Yes, you can spend hours cooking but if you goal is fast, easy and sinfully delicious, you can get healthy and cruelty-free food under ten minutes of active work. Some of my recipes take longer than 10 minutes to put on the table, but nearly all of them require 10 or fewer minutes of preparation. Here’s to healthy, cruelty-free eating!
By Seth Webster