See also: The Martha Stewart Cooking School archives.
It's time for a confession: I have never butchered a chicken. Why? Well, mostly because raw chicken gives me the willies. I like chicken, I eat it all the time, and I don't get that same skin-crawly feeling around raw beef or pork, but raw chick ... More >>
Squid Ink is going back to basics with Martha Stewart's Cooking School, airing every weekend through the end of the year on PBS. Join us.
See also: Martha Stewart's Cooking School: Episode 1, Eggs
See also: Martha Stewart's Cooking School: Episode 2, Sauces
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Photo by David RussellLucinda Scala Quinn and son on the set of Mad Hungry.Lucinda Scala Quinn, food TV personality and Executive Food Editor of Martha Stewart Living, has written a cookbook titled Mad Hungry [Artisan], which is the same name as her cooking show on the Hallmark Channel. What' ... More >>
WordRidden/FlickrThe National Magazine Awards finalists were announced yesterday, and aside from the usual suspects (The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Esquire), never-before-nominated Cooking Light was a finalist in the Leisure Interests category -- alongside Golf Digest, Runner's World and Los ... More >>
N. GalutenScott Conant in front of his new kitchen at Scarpetta Beverly Hills
Right now, Scott Conant is one of our country's biggest names in Italian cooking. Conant's flagship restaurant, Scarpetta, just opened its fourth location in late October, at the Montage Beverly Hills. The 39-year-o ... More >>
In one particular scene from director Nora Ephron's new film "Julie & Julia," starring Meryl Streep and Amy Adams, a discarded failure of an aspic gurgles up from the garbage disposal in Julie Powell's small borough kitchen. It is the first major failure in her attempt to cook and blog her way throu ... More >>