So-called “kitchen hacks” rack up billions of views showing supposed instructions on making quick desserts that turn out to be bunk. BBC Click’s Chris Fox follows the recipes step-by-step to expose the scam.
If you cook a homemade pizza with the wrong cheese, it’s going to be wet and unappetizing. Here’s the best cheese to use for that classic New York-style pie.
Every week, Royal Caribbean has a $1 million shopping budget to feed its hungry passengers onboard Symphony of the Seas. To cook up every snack, meal, and dessert, the culinary team works 24/7 in compact kitchens on a moving ship.
In this week’s Sunday Closer, NBC’s Harry Smith meets Jim Nakano, who opened Donut Man in Southern California nearly 50 years ago and has been drawing people in ever since.
These Norwegian potato flatbreads, or lefse, as your average Vikings fan would call them, combine two of my favorite things in the world – bread, particularly flatbread, and potatoes. Ingredients 1 large russet potato 1 1/2 tablespoons unsalted butter 1 teaspoon salt, or to taste 1 teaspoon white sugar 1/4 cup heavy cream […]
Join Chris Morocco in the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen as he makes pasta with kale pesto. Substitute pine nuts for the walnuts if you’d like. To serve with pasta, stir in ½ cup pasta cooking liquid to the pesto until smooth and toss to coat, or serve as a topping for chicken. INGREDIENTS 1 large […]
What is Crème brûlée? Crème brûlée, also known as burnt cream or Trinity cream, is a dessert consisting of a rich custard base topped with a texturally contrasting layer of hardened caramelized sugar.
Kazuhiro Maeno is Sushiro Singapore’s senior restaurant manager. We take you behind the scenes of Japan’s biggest conveyor belt sushi chain to see how their kitchen and their team works to give you the best quality sushi they can.
We challenged chefs of three different skill levels – an amateur, a home cook, and a professional – to make us a doughnut of their choice. After each of them had presented their creation, we asked a food scientist to review their work. Which one would you take first, hot off the tray?
The popularity of spam began in World War II, but its prevalence has persisted to this day despite changing tastes and competitors.
Professional chef and restauranteur Michael Chernow breaks down cooking scenes from movies, including ‘Ratatouille,’ ‘Julia & Julia,’ ‘Chef,’ ‘Burnt’ and ‘Cooking Up a Storm.’
Gordon’s coming to you from the newly renovated Gordon Ramsay Steak at Paris Las Vegas to give you the best tips to make the perfect steak!
Sharpen your knives and come to attention because class is in session! Join Mike Cruz, manager of Greenpoint Fish & Lobster Wholesale, as he details the best methods for cleaning and preparing just about every fish you could encounter in the kitchen. Not every fillet is made the same and learning the proper technique […]
Some people like to eat a tomato like an apple and there is nothing wrong with that. But there are myriad other ways to prepare or cook tomatoes. For instance, did you know you can make tomatoes a sauce? Or make them into a paste? You can even throw them in a dehydrator and […]
Teenage Boy Is A Colorful Cake Master Ryan Wilson is a 14-year-old cake master. On his eighth birthday, Wilson was given an Easy-Bake Oven. Since then, he has been perfecting his baking skills. Wilson has even competed on Food Network’s “Kids Baking Championship” and would one day like to make a career out of his […]
The Giant Arepa Burger That’s A Result Of Colombia’s Street Food Wars Street food carts get competitive in Colombia. When one vendor adds a product to his or her offering, the surrounding carts add that product and then one of their own. Eventually, hot dogs and hamburgers come out piled so high with toppings you […]