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Il Supermercado: Eating Like a Roman

By EDGE | Jul 18
Author Jackie Townsend heads to Rome to discover Italy’s version of the supermarket.

Making Tofu Sexy

By Matthew Wexler | May 22
Gabriele Corcos, the sexy co-star of Cooking Channel’s "Extra Virgin" offers his thoughts on tofu and other kitchen antics.

A New Leaf for Balsamic Vinegar of Modena

By EDGE | Jan 18
A new leaf rating system has Italians tossing more than their salads as Balsamic Vinegar of Modena establishes a consumer-friendly means of identifying different grades of this sweet and sour elixir which dates back to the Middle Ages.

Pasta: Serious Business in Italy

The dozen housewives who gathered in a Rome hotel on a recent afternoon took their work terribly seriously, rating plates of pasta for chewiness, saltiness, gumminess or done-ness - that perfect balance known as "al dente," or firm to the bite.

Music to Eat at GoogaMooga

May 7
"Food and drink are the headliners at GoogaMooga, but we couldn’t imagine a festival experience being complete without some fantastic music to support," said Superfly Co-Founder Kerry Black.

Eat Your Way Into Spring with the Boston Freedom Trail Walking & Food Tour

Apr 12
Yummy Walks, a Boston company that combines walking sightseeing tours with food tasting, has introduced the Foods of the Freedom Trail tour.

The Great GoogaMooga, An Amusement Park of Food and Drink, to Camp in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park

Mar 18
Spanning Brooklyn’s Prospect Park’s Nethermead area and making for the ultimate sensory experience, GoogaMooga will host approximately 75 food vendors, 35 brewers, 30 winemakers and 20 live music performances.

The Food ChannelĀ® Top Ten Recipes of 2011

Jan 22
Each year Food Channel editorial and culinary staff take a look back at the recipes they’ve featured from their own kitchens. So, in case you missed any of these, here is the Food Channel staff’s Top Ten Favorite Recipes of 2011.

The Food Chick: The Classics

By Marci Boland | Dec 29
Around this time of year - I like to serve (and eat!) The classics - and the comfort food. American Food started to became Fabulous in the Fifties. Hollywood’s Golden Age helped create the beginning of what is now known as American Cuisine.

Is Your Homemade Pasta Sauce Worth $1 Million?

Oct 31
Have you ever tasted a pasta sauce from the supermarket and thought, "I can do better than that" or do you make a fantastic sauce, salsa, dip, etc.? That is what Dave Hirschkop of Dave’s Gourmet thought, which is part of what motivated him.

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