Thursday Nov 21
How Food Network changed our culinary landscape
Julia Child sipped boeuf bourguignon from a spoon on "The French Chef" in 1963. It was groundbreaking TV at the time, the first of decades of popular "stand-and-stir" cooking television.
Emeril Lagasse reflects on his New Orleans restaurants, his career and his future
'...when I opened Emeril's on Tchoupitoulas Street, my goal was to just open a great restaurant for New Orleanians.'
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(Cabbage) Heads Will Roll: How To Make A Food Network 'From Scratch'
Allen Salkin is an investigative journalist who's hosted a video series for AOL's Slashfood blog and written for The New York Times .