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Iced or warm, chai tea is a spicy way to rejuvenate. Use these six spices, plus any of your favorites, to create the aromatic beverage.
Fresh pastas with garlic and oil sounds almost too simple, but the finished product is so satisfying. Watch it come to life.
Similar to a Negroni, this cocktail uses whiskey instead of gin and is easy to mix with three ingredients in equal parts.
To make this dessert, all you need is vanilla ice cream with warm espresso and chocolate covered coffee beans for a garnish. A perfect hot and cold combo.
A take on the traditional Dark ‘N’ Stormy, this cocktail uses a light rum and is garnished with juicy pear slices.
Whipped gorgonzola sits atop cradle crisp pears and sweet honey for an easy appetizer or gourmet lunch.
Ever wonder what all those fancy ‘macchiato’, ‘lungo’, or ‘caffe americano’ coffee terms really mean?
Making your own ricotta cheese is simple and oh so satisfying. Stir in herbs for a quick appetizer or use in desserts.
The ancient technique of whisking Japanese matcha tea does not take a ton of skill, but does require patience and respect for the ceremony.
The holidays are upon us. Give yourself time to recover from the beautiful Thanksgiving feast you created or prepare for your next winter soirée and let dinner take care of itself.
With only five ingredients, this caprese appetizer is easy and iconic.
Pasta making is a magical art that requires few ingredients, but can turn out a beautiful meal. Strascinati are a kind of orecchiette, but larger. Have fun making the unique shape.
If you’re thinking of opening a brewery, want a quick look behind the scenes, or just want to be inspired, this short student documentary is worth a watch.
Watch the legendary Bo as he makes beautiful creations from steamed milk. Our personal favorite is an impressively detailed dragon.
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Switch up your bellini game and make a drink that is fitting for brunch or a dinner toast. The key? Frozen blueberries. You just need frozen blueberries, simple syrup and bubbling Prosecco to make this fun libation that is sure to be the star of your gathering.
Homemade nut milks are wholesome, raw and full of protein. Making nut milk requires only water and your favorite nuts.
Let’s cheers to cold winters with warm drinks like this mulled wine.
Italian “bistecca” brushed with olive oil and rosemary has simple, delicious flavors. Served rare it shows a chef’s skills and the quality of ingredients.
A warm-flavored Cognac is a cocktail that should be mastered, especially during the coolers months.
General manager Eamon Rockey explains what makes makes a Betony Gin and Tonic special.
A delicious polenta cake with ground almonds that is soaked in a sweet lemon syrup and topped with smooth lemon glaze.
Celebrate autumn with a hearty pasta dish complete with Italian sausage.
Easily make your own almond milk for a refreshing beverage to enjoy or cook with.
The pros dish their tried and true tips to the classic cocktail. Hone your bartending skills so you are ready to bust them out at the next gathering.
Located in Williamsburg, Grady’s Brews New Orleans-Style Coffee. Learn how each glass bottle’s top-notch contents are made.
Grab your abundant, fresh basil and make pesto like a true Italian grandmother would.
Be inspired to learn how to make an Italian version of crepes from this beautiful video.
Just in time for Labor Day, here’s how to make the perfect burger.
Summer isn’t over yet! Check out this video loaded with tips on how to make perfect ice cream in your home kitchen that so easily scoop-able.
Brioche Col Tuppo is a traditional Italian sweet bread. Aromatic and flavorful, it can be served by itself or with a fruity granita!
Chicken Massimo is a much more elegant and flavorful version of “balsamic chicken.” See how to go about making Chicken Massimo with Maria and Mario Carbone.
Discover a farm in Chianti, Tuscany, growing fava beans and making olive oil. Take a look at a traditional lunch served on the farm.
Take a look inside, Pizzarium, a tiny kitchen and located far from the city center, in Rome’s Quartiere Trionfale. It just may be the world’s best pizza.
Chill out with a savory scotch whiskey cocktails made with simple ingredeints and herbs from your summer garden.
Learn the difference in pulling a mediocre espresso and a superb shot that will taste amazing while it energizes you.
Pisco is colorless to amber brandy produced by distilling grape wine into a high-proof spirit. In what ways can pisco be concocted for social lubrication, you ask? The pisco sour is a classic Peruvian chilled cocktail that is refreshing to sip on during warm days. Try this simple recipe and enjoy!
A straightforward drink with a silky egg white, tangy citrus, and a touch of sweet marmalade.
A refresher of watermelon juice that will start your day with a bang, if you add the last splash of liquid. Enjoy with frozen bananas and fresh mint leaves.
Get a quick introduction to the drink you guzzle down most mornings. In less than three minutes you’ll have the visual fast facts.
“I’m a mixologist” and other statements today’s bartenders are known to say.
Here’s a super-simple way to transform pulpy juices into crystal-clear a liquid that is stunning enough for fancy cocktails.
Got ripe tomatoes? Take advantage of the bounty and make a classic bread and tomato salad. Don’t forget the fresh basil.
Here’s how to julienne your vegetables into perfect matchsticks in no time at all.
Los Angeles’ natural beauty is not merely a source for wanderlust-worthy photos. It’s a setting that you can really sink your teeth into. “”Top Chef Duels”” winner CJ Jacobson explains how foraging in Los Angeles has given him the creative freedom to, well, win Top Chef. We also learn of his favorite spots in town, from the mountains to the beach.
Making a French omelette can seem like a daunting task, but with a few tips and the right pan you will be well on your way to perfection.
Make this festive spring drink now. Grab fresh basil, plenty of lime juice and shake away.
Easily make a creamy yogurt cheese that is perfect as an appetizer, snack, or salad topping.
Frosting a cake to smooth perfection can seem like a daunting task, but follow these steps for no stress.
Mike Robertson of Portland’s The Driftwood Room demonstrates how to mix six Manhattan cocktails.
What better way to celebrate the season than with bright edible flowers. Top the pesto pasta with spicy nasturtiums or lemon verbena blossoms and leaves.
Hamel Family Wines is made up of a unique team of Hamels that have created a beautiful vineyard and wine experience. See the process and care from start to finish.
Crush your ice and grab yourself a nice ginger beer, it is time to make a Moscow Mule. Learn the tips to making the cocktail.
Create a simple appetizer with baguettes, brie, mint, and a sweet blueberry compote. Showcase the flavors of spring with other fresh berries and herbs, too.
So tender, exquisitely seasoned, and dressed in a salad of bright-green herbs and crunchy seeds, this sous vide leg of lamb will stop the show at any special spring occasion.
Get tropical with a fruity punch. Blended bananas thicken the cocktail so all you do is add ice and you have the key for a successful spring day.
The most crispy, juicy peking duck you will ever encounter. Here’s how!
Create this simple cocktail with four ingredients and a few strong shakes for a frothed egg top.
A successful pizza cart, complete with a wood-fired oven, makes its way into the heart of Cedar City.