The holidays are a time for festive gatherings where family and friends come together to celebrate, but preparing that home-cooked feast can take away from spending quality time with loved ones. We took some tips from Chef Tony Fialho, Director of Culinary Innovation at Boston Market, to cut down on your Thanksgiving prep and still serve up a delicious homestyle spread.
This teppanyaki chef messes up one of his tricks with an egg and ends up splattering an egg onto a customer's crotch. Well, damn.
That moment when you are outside making bread and a gust of wind blows your dough on a woman's head. Great customer service.
This guy has some rather amazing pan skills, skills which are needed in order to be a good cook. But what the hell is he cooking? It doesn't look good for sure.
This dog with a flappy face has it's face out the window of the car. Flying flappy face moving around like a rag.
When it comes to making meal and snack time easier, try these tasty and healthy options.
It’s officially tailgating season and whether you’re in a parking lot or at home, here are some delicious recipes and helpful tips to get the game going. We teamed up with chef George Duran for the scoop.
Puro Cafe offers the best coffee in Valparaiso, Chile. The coffee really is good.
It’s National Avocado Day and we are celebrating all the ways we can use the fruit. Containing nearly 20 vitamins and minerals, it’s no wonder why celebs such as Oprah, Zac Efron and Chrissy Teigen turn to avocados for a tasty nutritional treat. Take a look at some of their favorite ways to whip up the superfood and check out the tips our friends from Avocados from Mexico gave us to pick the perfect one.
Look at this chef cooking something. He does it with such passion that it looks like he has transcended the barrier of 'just cooking food'.
Vegans look away! This is meat goodness! A huge platter of grilled meats gets bought in for a lot of diners, butter is melted on a hot pan & meat is added. Yum!
More peas, please! Peas seem to be more popular than ever and the must-have ingredient of the season. From a pea hummus to a fresh pea salad, peas are the perfect vegetable for spring. We caught up with Celebrity chefs Marc Murphy, Katie Lee, Ellie Krieger and Ariel Fox at the 2019 Can Do Awards in New York City recently and here's what they had to say about this popular green seed.
Dr. Whitney Moore tests the best of the best in smoking tech, aided and abetted by her handy-dandy human guinea pig, Mike Glazer. But in this episode of High Tech, the duo “ain’t smoking.” Instead, they sip on Mood33’s THC-infused sparkling tonics with the utmost of scientific rigor, leading to a delicious bout of mood swings and an unexpected family reunion.
It’s a surprise for two on this episode of Pot Pie when a guest backs out and director Rob Fee has to fill in. Rob and host Brandin LaShea make the most of the unattended bag of mystery ingredients by whipping up some open-faced ciabatta breakfast sandwiches with smoked salmon, which they pair with Mood33 infused drinks to alleviate the stress.
Brandin LaShea keeps it simple with Pot Pie guest Jess VerSteeg, who brings the ingredients for organic veggie quesadillas. As they sip on Mood33 infused drinks, Jess chats with Brandin about her blockchain company, Paragon, and how her cannabis subscription service led to the opening of the cannabis co-working space ParagonSpace.
Pot Pie host Brandin LaShea teams up with comedian Luis Jimenez to make one of his homestyle favorites, bistec empanizado (“Which is a fancy way to say country-fried steak for Cubans,” Luis explains). The two pair the meal with some infused cannabis drinks from Mood33 to keep the mood lifted as they give some beef the smackdown.
Look at these delicious Japanese made cheesecakes being stamped by the baker, the fluffiness and wobbliness of the cakes are clearly evident.
Birdie Harrelson and cannabis consultant Brett Hartman-Payan “make whoopie” with a seasonal twist on a traditional New England treat. With the help of the MagicalButter machine, Birdie shows Brett how easy it is to bake infused mini pumpkin whoopie pies with just a few simple ingredients, an oven and enough fine motor skills to work a piping bag.