Cooking during the hot summer months isn’t always fun, and online food delivery sites and apps make ordering out easier than ever. But those online orders can add up, and so can the calories.
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At Drexel University, they had a two-hour time limit to cook a two-course French meal, a chicken dish, and a crêpe dish, part of an annual competition to earn college scholarships.
This week, Hadas Kuznits quizzes a well known French chef for some romantic Valentine’s Day dining tips, interviews the author of a new vegan cookbook, and talks with the owners of a new peanut butter (!) restaurant and a new wine bar in Fairmount.
Access a catalog of award-winning recipes from your iPhone with the Epicurious app.
When you’re cruising through the grocery store, trying to figure out what to make for dinner, check out the Food Network app.
A free anti-cancer cooking class will be held at Gilda’s Club in Warminster, Bucks County on June 23rd.
The USDA has revised its cooking guidelines for pork; you no longer have to cook it to 160 degrees.
The USDA has revised its cooking guidelines for pork. You no longer have to cook it to 160 degrees. You can now serve it at a more medium rare temperature of 145 degrees.
Recipes are made better when they get shared and the Foodily site makes that easy.
She’s a restaurant owner, a TV presenter, and an author. But all this chef really wants to do is to bring a taste of Italy to your dinner table.
Chef Walter Stab of City Tavern restaurant says people in the 18th century cooked very differently than the way we cook today.
FoodPair.com helps you create entire dishes based on one or two ingredients.