How to Make Gluten Free Rosemary Crackers The Almond Board of California asked me to create a cracker recipe for them so I have developed these wonderfully flavorful Rosemary Crackers made of almond flour. They are delicious paired with olive tapenade or any soft spreadable cheese for a cocktail party. For a simple snack eat with cheddar or jack cheese. Enjoy!
Running time: 163 seconds
How to Make a Holiday Tea Sandwich Wreath Learn how to prepare chicken waldorf salad tea sandwiches and present them in a festive holiday wreath from Celebrations.com's expert Andrea Correale.
Running time: 98 seconds
Turkey Salad with Celery Root and Apple Chef Amy Topel, the food columnist for National Geographic’s The Green Guide, shares her easy turkey salad recipe and shows us how to turn leftover turkey into a simple organic turkey salad, without mayonnaise!
Running time: 237 seconds
How to Make a Pumpkin Pecan Braid Sure, pumpkin is great in a pie, but why stop there? This pumpkin pecan braid is a beautiful, easy way to spice up breakfast. Lauren Chattman from Pillsbury shows how it's made, and shares her secret for braiding pastry dough.
Running time: 205 seconds
How to Make Decorative Pie Crusts A pie just isn't ready for the oven until you've finished off the crust with a beautiful edge or cut out design. Here's Lauren Chattman from Pillsbury to show you three ways to make decorative pie crusts.
Running time: 272 seconds
How to Make Chocolate Pecan Pie This gorgeous chocolate pecan pie will be the perfect dessert to finish off any dinner with a flair. Lauren Chattman from Pillsbury shows how to make this extra special chocolate pecan pie.
Running time: 193 seconds
How to Make a Lattice Top Pie Crust We thought lattice pie crusts required engineering or geometry skills, but it turns out all you really need is a ruler and nerves of steel 'til you get hang of it. Lauren Chattman from Pillsbury shows us the secret of how to make a gorgeous lattice top pie crust.
Running time: 263 seconds
Tasting with Jimmy Stafford of Train Gary Vaynerchuk meets with Jimmy Stafford of the band Train, a huge fan of wine. They talk about how Jimmy got into wine, his band’s wine club, and discovering new regions and grapes!
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Pumpkin Hot Tart Recipe This week Hungry in Brooklyn brings you a very special holiday episode: Christmas Baking! Since most baking requires flour, we head over to Cayuga Pure Organics to learn about the importance of buying locally milled flour from an organic farm. Then the bakers at Ovenly invite us into their home for a lesson in the perfect pie dough. Finally we put that dough to good use in Ovenly’s Hot Tarts for the Holidays. Christmas morning has never been so sweet!
Running time: 502 seconds
Holiday Wine Pairings I'm giving wine pairing tips to help make your holidays festive and fun!
At Hungry Nation, we’re not trained chefs or professional restaurant critics, just real people with a real love for food.
Running time: 192 seconds
How to Make Caramelized Scallops Chef Kim Canteenwalla prepares Caramelized Scallops for Average Betty at Society Cafe, Encore Las Vegas.
Running time: 234 seconds
How to Cook Perfect Burgers Just in time for grilling season, BBQ Makes Everything Better author Jason Day shows how to make the world's best burger.
Running time: 230 seconds
Gingerbread Biscotti Recipe Gingerbread biscotti pack the warm, spicy flavors of the holiday season in elegant, affordable, delicious gifts - perfect as a host gift, stocking stuffers, or for a holiday brunch.
Running time: 225 seconds
How to Cook Sauteed Ginger Shrimp Learn how to make a fabulous appetizer from celebrity caterer and Celebrations.com Expert, Andrea Correale.
Running time: 89 seconds
Slow Cooker Pork and Sauerkraut Recipe In some regions it's thought that if you eat Pork and Sauerkraut on New Years day you'll have luck in the coming year. We think the real reason people eat this is because it tastes so good.Cut pork loin, if necessary, to fit in the slow cooker. Season with caraway seeds, and salt and pepper to taste. Pour sauerkraut over the roast.
Running time: 146 seconds
Slow Cooker Chili Recipe Play around with the ingredients here and make this chili your own! We often add extra chili powder, and hot sauce!
Running time: 196 seconds
How to Make Fruit Purees Making seasonal fruit purees is a simple and easy way to bring color and amazing flavor a your cocktails and dishes. A Vitamix blender makes quick and handy work of a variety of fruits. Don't forget to use your creations in the Seasonal Lemon Drop!
Running time: 549 seconds
How to Make a Hot Buttered Egg Nog The hot buttered rum is a classic winter drink. Hot and steaming, it warms the hands and the spirit on a cold winters day. But, why not take it to a seriously off the charts level and combine with another holiday favorite, Egg Nog?
Running time: 341 seconds
How to Make a Tuscan Martini After a visit to Italy, Kathy was inspired to create these marinated olives and grappa and lemon infused vermouth. What better way to bring a bit of Tuscany into an ice cold martini? You can use any type of olive you prefer and they only get better the longer they are marinated. A bowl of the marinated olives makes a great party snack as well!
Running time: 388 seconds
How to Make a Seasonal Lemon Drop Once you have your seasonal fruit purees ready to go, why not use them in a delicious Seasonal Lemon Drop? Each fruit provides a whole new experience for your palate.
Running time: 186 seconds
How to Saber Champagne Opening a bottle of champagne always puts people in a festive mood. Sabering a bottle of champagne takes your party to the next level. Remember, BE CAREFUL! Jamie is a trained professional. DO NOT POINT THE BOTTLE AT ANYONE! You are creating a projectile that could seriously harm someone. We just want to you to have fun.
Running time: 81 seconds
How to Make Rich Simple Syrup Making simple syrup is, well, simple. Jamie likes to use rich simple syrup behind the bar. It provides a cocktail with sweetness, mouth feel and texture without diluting the cocktail.
Running time: 83 seconds
How to Make a Hot Toddy Blue Blazer Style The Blue Blazer was invented by Jerry Thomas while he worked at the El Dorado in San Francisco. It might not be the earliest known heated alcoholic beverage but it's preparation is very unique. This version is essentially a Hot Toddy done Blue Blazer style. After a few practice rounds, (BE CAREFUL!) this is a great drink to bring behind the bar or to impress your friends at home. Don't forget to make your Old Fashioned Simple Syrup first.
Running time: 199 seconds