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    Already perfected your sourdough? Try these 6 creative twists on quarantine cooking trends

    After months of quarantine, baking the same batch of bread can start to get old. Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, stress baking has become a beloved quarantine pastime, with many taking to their kitchens to try out the latest cooking craze. These have included tried-and-true staples like sourdough and banana bread, as well as viral social media sensations like pancake cereal and Dalgona coffee. But if making the same ol’ quarantine classics isn’t taking away your pandemic anxiety like it used to, never fear: There are plenty of ways to put a fresh spin on your favorite creations.  Read More

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    6 Easy Ways To Organize Your Kitchen That’ll Make Cooking Less Stressful

    Whether you’re following a new recipe, preparing multiple dishes at once or simply desire to cook in a clean, stress-free environment, organization is key. With so many of us in the kitchen more than ever — baking banana bread, tending to sourdough starters, cooking one-pot dishes — it’s time to make your kitchen space work for you and suit your needs. To help get you started, we asked professional chefs (who routinely work in compact, shared spaces where being organized is a necessity) to share organizational tips that they employ in their home kitchens. 1. Keep leftovers in   Read More

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    At-Home Food Consumption is Likely to Keep Growing: 5 Picks

    Over the past few days, a number of states have been stalling plans to reopen the economy as coronavirus infection cases are surging by the day. Moreover, with no effective vaccine in place, the world has plunged into a great deal of uncertainty. These factors are compelling people to dine at home in order to maintain social distancing. Working from home and having home-cooked meals have now become the “new normal” amid the coronavirus outbreak. As a precautionary measure, people are avoiding dining out or ordering in. Apart from being a safer option, people are finding home-cooked meals way less   Read More

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    What’s the Best White Wine for Cooking? Here Are the Top Bottles (and How to Choose Them, According to 3 Food Pros)

    You’re whipping up a classic chicken Marbella, and the Ina Garten recipe you’re following calls for “dry white wine.” You can’t exactly phone the Contessa herself, but come on, Ina: What the heck does that even mean? Pinot grigio is dry…but so is sauvignon blanc. What gives? Cooking with wine can be totally confusing. While you might be tempted to grab whatever is hanging out in the back of your fridge, it actually does matter which bottle you choose—to an extent. We asked three food professionals (including a master sommelier, a chef and a nutrition director) to find out   Read More

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    ‘You can’t make the food the world needs unless you’re taking care of your people first’

    One of the major advantages of leading a company that has been in business since 1866 is access to extensive history that could help navigate an uncertain here and now rather successfully. Such is the case for General Mills Chairman and CEO Jeff Harmening, who joined the company in 1994 (so he has working knowledge of the history of the place, too) and took over the cereal and baking food giant in June 2017. Amidst the COVID-19 crisis, Harmening has mined General Mills’ extensive historical archives — including a review of strategies and trends during the 1918 Spanish   Read More

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    Where 20 of the Richest Food Network Stars Are Now

    The New York Post once quoted a well-connected industry insider who said, “Having a show on the Food Network is like gold.” For some of the network’s most successful talent, that statement is a fact. Several of the top Food Network personalities have created culinary empires. Syndicated shows, cookbooks, apparel lines, celebrity restaurants and guest appearances that have earned them millions, tens of millions and even hundreds of millions of dollars. Find out what some of the richest Food Network stars are up to today — and what they were doing before they struck gold. Last updated: July 20,   Read More

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    I Drank The Rock’s Tequila And Boozy Slushies At The New Taste Of Epcot International Food And Wine Festival

    Photo credit: Megan duBois From Delish One of the main reasons I go to Disney, like many of you, is for the food—and the best of it can always be found at Epcot (hello, beautiful pastries in the France pavilion!). Trust me: I’m a theme park journalist. Fall is usually when the park comes alive with its Epcot International Food and Wine Festival, which is a must-do for a lot of people, including me. But this year’s festival got an overhaul, thanks to the coronavirus pandemic—and I reserved my spot the first day it opened to see how the   Read More

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    Sacramento chef launches Michelin Minivan, a ‘Michelin-quality’ food delivery service

    J.D. Snead calls the Michelin Minivan a “quarantine baby.” Before the pandemic started, Snead cooked at Kasbah — a Middle Eastern eatery in midtown — and bartended at the Shady Lady saloon. But like many workers in the restaurant industry, he was out of a job once the stay-at-home order arrived in mid-March. “I just kept cooking for my sanity,” said Snead. He made chicken adobo, a dish that pays homage to his Filipino-Scottish roots; he ventured into Italian food, Hawaiian poke and Korean barbecue. Soon, he realized he could be “selling these plates just to have some stream of   Read More

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