We Scored the Official Ted Lasso Biscuit Recipe (and We Even Found the Perfect Pink Boxes)Recipes
Ready to pack into little pink boxes — or directly into your mouth.
Sep 9, 2023
I’m a Former Line Cook — Here’s What “The Bear” Got Right (and Wrong)
There's a lot to dish about.
Aug 19, 2022
This New Docuseries About Restaurant Couples Sounds Incredibly Intense — And I’m Totally Going to Tune InPeople
My relationship problems pale in comparison to #cheesegate.
Jun 22, 2022
Mad Men Menu: Have You Ever Tried Mexican Food?People
We’ve made no secret about our serious love for all things “Mad Men,” and we’re sad to see the show’s second season come to an end this Sunday. (Too soon!)Our favorite ad execs and their significant others would no doubt recommend a stiff drink to mark the occasion, but instead, we’re following Don Draper to easy-breezy California for our Mexican-themed finale menu.(Warning: The following contains spoilers from previous episodes. You’ve been warned.
May 12, 2022
10 Lessons I Learned as a Contestant on Great British Bake OffSkills
Crystelle Pereira shares a few of the baking and life lessons she learned inside the tent.
Mar 19, 2022
Netflix’s Newest Reality Baking Series Is Based on This Viral Food TrendPeople
"Is It Cake?" premieres on March 18.
Mar 8, 2022
Maya Rudolph and Andy Samberg’s New Baking Show Is the Early Holiday Present We All DeservePeople
'Baking It' premieres on Peacock on December 2.
Nov 22, 2021
Jill Biden and Trisha Yearwood Swap Family Recipes in a New Thanksgiving SpecialRecipes
The heartwarming TV event we all need.
Nov 4, 2021
Oscar-Winner Yuh-Jung Youn Has a Cooking Show You Can Watch Right NowPeople
It’s easily available to stream online.
May 5, 2021
I Tried Pioneer Woman’s Famous Pecan PieRecipes
I had high hopes because it's one of the most popular pecan pie recipes on the internet.
Oct 24, 2020
Young, Scrappy, and Hungry! A Hamilton-Inspired Menu for Your Independence Day Movie Watch.People
Pick and choose from these recipes to build a Hamil-feast for your own viewing experience.
Jul 2, 2020
These Binge-Worthy Food Shows Are Your One-Way Ticket to the Ultimate Summer Escape
It's the easiest way to explore new food and cultures without leaving your couch!
Jun 20, 2020
Welcome to Watch Week: A February Letter from the Editor
Letter from the Editor
All I want is to curl up on the couch with some good TV and good cooking. Are you with me?
Feb 3, 2020
You Can Make This Mrs. Maisel Hanukkah Menu, Whether You Got the Rabbi or NotRecipes
We included the brisket, of course.
Dec 16, 2019
Pati Jinich’s Mexican Thanksgiving TurkeyRecipes
There’s a little turkey at Eight Mile Creek Farm in upstate New York who will soon sacrifice her life for our Thanksgiving meal. We’ve named her Patita, after our good friend Pati Jinich, a brilliant and effervescent Mexican cook, television show host, and cookbook author.
Nov 14, 2019
Ina Garten Shares Her Favorite Spicy Recipes on the Latest “Barefoot Contessa” EpisodePeople
The lamb and chickpea curry sounds incredible!!
Nov 4, 2019
Ina Garten Shares the Best Store-Bought Shortcuts for Some of Her Favorite RecipesPeople
If you’re a fan of Ina Garten (and how could you not be?), you know that "Barefoot Contessa: Cook Like a Pro" made its return last night, and of course, we had to watch .
Oct 28, 2019
“Posh Nosh” Is the Knife-Sharp British Food TV Parody You Should Be WatchingPeople
Posh Nosh is a sharp, brutal, and overwhelmingly funny parody of all the worst elements of TV cooking shows — and if you're not watching it already, you should be.
Oct 18, 2019
Julia Child Is Coming Back to the Big Screen in a New Documentary — And We Can’t Wait to See It
Food News
The godmother of American culinary television will be gracing our screens again soon.
Oct 11, 2019
No, There Won’t Be a Second Season of “Salt Fat Acid Heat” on Netflix, Says Samin NosratPeople
But don't cry just yet: She's working on something else that might be just as good.
Oct 2, 2019
The 10 Best Moments from Netflix’s “Salt Fat Acid Heat”
Cookbook Club
Let's be real: Most of these moments are just Samin reacting to things, because she truly has the best faces.
Sep 25, 2019
The Best Cooking Show on Amazon Prime That You’re Probably Not Watching (but Should)
Food TV
Great Chefs first aired in the '80s and '90s and it’s packed with classic recipes created by famous chefs of the era.
Jul 18, 2019
Mom’s Way or the Highway? Asian American Chefs Respond to the Authenticity Argument in “Always Be My Maybe”People
Netflix’s new chefy rom-com gets so many things right, but its take on authenticity feels regressive.
Jun 6, 2019
The Cocktails of Mad Men The New York Times 8.12.09Recipes
Mad Men returns this Sunday. Do you have your Manhattans, Old Fashioneds, and Pink Squirrel Martinis ready?Food is a distant relative who barely comes to visit compared to liquor on this show. And since booze is such a crucial in-office prop—maybe second only to cigarettes—the drinks had better be authentic.
Jun 4, 2019
Look! A Peek at Nigel Slater’s KitchenKitchen
We’ve taken a look at the (TV set) kitchens of Jamie Oliver and Sophie Dahl. Now it’s time to drool over the simple but warm kitchen of another British cook, our favorite, Nigel Slater.If you live in the UK, you’re lucky to have access to the second season of Mr. Slater’s Simple Suppers (BBC One) which premiered this week. He’s in the same kitchen that he used in season one: a beautiful, spare space that also feels friendly and functional.
May 30, 2019
Who Do You Think Will Replace Mary Berry in The Great British Bake Off?People
Last week it was announced that Mary Berry is quitting The Great British Bake Off in light of the switch from BBC to Channel 4. Berry was known for her firm yet kind demeanor with the contestants, and there will definitely be a gap on the next season of the show in her absence. Who could ever replace her? Let’s try to figure that out ahead of time. Here are eight people I think could potentially take over for Mary Berry.
May 30, 2019
Watch the Trailer for Amy Poehler’s “Wine Country” on NetflixPeople
Amy Poehler’s Parks & Rec character, Leslie Knope, is the world’s best friend, so it almost makes sense that Poehler’s directorial debut would be about friendship. Of course, it’s also about a girl’s trip, lots of wine, and a few good food scenes. Okay, that’s at least judging from the trailer, which came out yesterday to tease us.
Apr 12, 2019
This Baker Made the Most Incredible Pie to Honor the Final Season of “Game of Thrones”People
The last season of Game of Thrones is set to premiere THIS Sunday, April 14 — and I have a lot of feelings. There have been seven seasons, 67 episodes, 174,374 on-screen deaths that constitute, if you ask me, an infinite number of gasp-worthy moments. From the Red Wedding to the Hodor episode (which I’m still crying about, thank you very much), Game of Thrones has captured the hearts of people who you never would have thought would have enjoyed a medieval deathfest such as this one.
Apr 12, 2019
The Trailer for Netflix’s “Street Food” Highlights Local HeroesPeople
Netflix dropped the first trailer for Street Food this week, the network’s more relaxed, playful answer to the glamorous, high-end world of Chef’s Table. And I promise you, we’re in for a treat. While that show is all about showcasing Michelin-star restaurants helmed by celebrity chefs, Street Food gives the spotlight to late-night food stands where regular people gather to commune over local dishes.
Apr 12, 2019
Netflix Will Adapt Ruth Reichl’s Memoir “Comfort Me With Apples” Into Television SeriesPeople
Netflix has no plans to slow down its foray into the food world: Apparently, a new show centered on the life of the former Gourmet editor and New York Times critic Ruth Reichl is headed to our television screens. According to a report from Eater, the streaming service is planning to turn the story of her humble beginnings as a food writer into an eight-part series. The series will be based on her memoir, Comfort Me With Apples.
Apr 4, 2019
Your Next Weekend Binge Should Be “Kim’s Convenience”People
If you’re looking for a show that is warm, fuzzy, hilarious, and vaguely food-related, you’ve got to start watching the Canadian import Kim’s Convenience. I first found the show when flipping channels while on vacation in Canada, and immediately fell in love with the grumpy but soft-hearted Appa and his family.
Apr 1, 2019
Ina Hits the Farmers Market in the New Barefoot Contessa (Out in April!)People
Ina Garten’s iconic cooking show, Barefoot Contessa, is returning for its 16th season (!!) this April, so dust off your pots, pans, spatulas, and hand mixers because we are about to be blessed with even more of the queen’s tips and tricks. The latest season will once again focus on Garten’s new cookbook, Cook Like a Pro, and details have already emerged about what the first episode will cover.
Mar 27, 2019
The Creators of “Chef’s Table” Launch a New Show on Street FoodPeople
Netflix announced this week that the makers of Chef’s Table will debut a brand new show called Street Food. Premiering on April 26, 2019, the show “takes viewers to some of the world’s most vibrant cities to explore the rich culture of street food all over the globe,” according to a press release from Netflix.
Mar 21, 2019
Now Is Your Chance to Binge-Watch Julia Child’s “The French Chef”People
Julia Child was the original television cooking teacher — the one who taught us what it meant to stand and stir, the one who demonstrated that cookbooks could come to life on the screen, and the one who inspired us to invest our TV time in timbales and tarts. And now, thanks to a new Amazon and PBS arrangement, you can binge watch all 10 full seasons, spanning from 1963 to 1973 of her show, The French Chef with Julia Child. Is there a catch? Yes, of course there is.
Mar 18, 2019
“The Great British Bake Off” Is Getting a Spin-Off for KidsPeople
Move over, MasterChef Junior!The greatest cooking competition of all time, The Great British Bake Off, is finally bringing youngsters into the big white tent. The spin-off will be called Junior Bake Off, and it’s slated to air later this year.
Mar 15, 2019
The Trailer for Season 6 of “Chef’s Table” Is HerePeople
In the wake of a disappointing “pastry” iteration of Chef’s Table (which critics called out for its lack of diversity), the popular Netflix mini-documentary series is making up for its past mistakes. Season five showed a diverse group of voices, and judging from the newly released trailer for season six, this new narrative has stuck.
Feb 13, 2019
Ina Garten Went Day Drinking with Seth Meyers and We’re JealousPeople
Last night on Late Night with Seth Meyers, the host got to live the dream: he spent an afternoon day-drinking with the Barefoot Contessa herself. Seth gets drunk (or, at least, stage drunk), and Ina remains her composed, lovely self while crushing Seth at the drinking games he challenges her to and dropping info like what her favorite cocktail is.
Feb 7, 2019
Rachael Ray’s 30 Minute Meals Is Finally Coming Back to TVPeople
For almost 20 years, Rachael Ray has appeared on screens across the world with her simple, convenience-minded approach to cooking. In fact, she’s gone beyond the screen with her magazine, her website, and books. But now, firmly planted as a culinary A-lister, Ray’s making her way back to the root idea that got her EVOO in the door, so to speak.
Jan 29, 2019
I KonMari-ed My Tiny Apartment Pantry and Here’s How It WentKitchen
I live in a New York City apartment with two roommates (hi, team!), and along with that comes a narrow (but super-functional) galley kitchen. We share everything — the fridge, the toaster, the blender, the milk frother (*heart eyes emoji*), the French press, and, of course, the shelf space — with one exception. We each buy our own groceries and precariously arrange them, with some semblance of order, in the shared fridge and pantry. The current setup works pretty well.
Jan 25, 2019
Here Are 10 Things You Might Not Know About Marie KondoPeople
A few fun facts to spark joy.
Jan 22, 2019
Marie Kondo’s Favorite Reusable Food Container Is $30Tools
In the wake of the premiere of Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix, it seems like everyone is suddenly on a passionate mission to bring some order to their lives. You could totally overhaul your kitchen and donate all your unused appliances and dishware, or you could take the easy route and buy her favorite reusable lunch container instead.
Jan 18, 2019
The 8 Best Tweets About “Tidying Up with Marie Kondo” Will Spark Joy in YouPeople
If you’ve watched the new series Tidying Up with Marie Kondo on Netflix, in which the empress of all things organization comes into mega-cluttered homes and tries to make sense of the mess, you might have looked around your own home at some point and felt the sudden and overwhelming urge to start spring cleaning early. Don’t worry, you aren’t the only one.
Jan 15, 2019
Did You Know Angela from “The Office” Has a Cooking Show?People
Have you always wanted to make vegan brownies with Dwight Schrute? Or cook cranberry turkey chili with Kevin? Well, you’re in luck: Angela has a cooking show. Or, the actress who played her, Angela Kinsey, does — and it is completely and totally delightful. While Angela, the character on The Office, was sort of awkward and strange, Kinsey turns out to be a completely socially functional human being. In fact, she’s hilarious.
Jan 9, 2019
We Finally Know What Happens to the Leftover Cake on the Great British Bake OffPeople
Of all the joys associated with the Great British Bake Off — the lovable cast of bakers, the chemistry between new hosts Noel and Sandi — it’s the actual bakes that trump the rest. Watching the bakers’ creations unfold is somehow both therapeutic and suspenseful.
Dec 27, 2018
Our 5 Favorite Food TV Episodes of 2018People
It’s safe to say 2018 was an incredible year for food TV. So where do you start when there’s so much to watch? How about a sampler instead of a binge watch — a taste of the very best of what 2018 had to offer? This year we left the perfectly lit kitchen and the chew-and-moan style of food travel TV. Television and food both offer these opportunities for connection. Food TV doesn’t have to be cute prattle and quick menus, fraught competitions or glossy adventures.
Dec 20, 2018
Our 5 Favorite Food TV Shows of 2018People
It’s nearly here: the most glorious TV-bingeing season of the year. For your sleepy post-gift-opening Christmas-day family bonding, your lengthy flights, your New Year’s Day after-brunch plans, there is a bushel of food-themed television from 2018 just waiting for you. It’s end-of-year list catch-up time, folks! Make some snacks. Throw on some pajamas. Dig in. Food television in 2018 was electric.
Dec 18, 2018
10 Gifts for People Who Love the Great British Baking ShowTools
On your marks, get set, shop!
Dec 17, 2018
Bobby Flay to Host a New Food Show with His DaughterPeople
For fans of celebrity chef Bobby Flay, the Food Network has been feeding them plenty of battles, burgers, and brunches for nearly 25 years — and it doesn’t look like the star will be slacking off anytime soon. Busy, busy Bobby is opening a new restaurant in Las Vegas called Shark, working on his 15th cookbook, and has just announced his newest television show — co-starring his daughter.
Dec 7, 2018
Giada De Laurentiis to Host New Baking Show on Food NetworkPeople
If you’re planning on a New Year’s resolution to have your cake and eat it, too (aren’t we all), Giada De Laurentiis has a new show on the Food Network that will help inspire you to get in the kitchen and bake a better cake. The show, called Winner Cake All, debuts on Monday, January 7, on Food Network. In this baking competition series, four bakers will battle it out each week in difficult themed challenges designed to challenge even expert bakers.
Nov 30, 2018
“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” Is Back and Tastier than EverPeople
For fans of the Amazon series The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, the quick, witty dialogue and striking retro sets are the main draw, but the classic New York and Jewish food fall right behind. In the first season, Midge, played by Rachel Brosnahan, brings her brisket to bars to bribe her husband’s way onto stage and jokes at her own Jewish wedding about there being shrimp in the egg rolls. In fact, we theorized that the entire show is secretly about the power of cooking.
Nov 30, 2018
Why “The Great British Bake Off” Contestants Finally Left the TentPeople
On The Great British Bake Off, the white tent where the contestants create their marvelous mouth-watering bakes is a place of comfort and joy, even when the pressure is on. Yes, The Great British Bake Off is technically a competition, but the white tent also represents the bond between the bakers and their love of baking.
Nov 28, 2018
Netflix’s “Nailed It!” Is Back with Special Holiday EpisodesPeople
Nailed It! changed the game in the baking-competition genre when it premiered earlier this year, with its comedian host Nicole Byer and focus on amateur bakers who tend to have more flops than triumphs in the kitchen. Now, the series is back with an all-new holiday-themed season. In a new clip teasing the season, Byer and her co-host, master pastry maker Jacques Torres wax poetic about how joyful the holiday season can be — mostly because of the food. Christmas cookies! Hanukkah cakes!
Nov 15, 2018
Food Network Will Air an Ina Garten Thanksgiving Special This WeekendPeople
As button-wearing, card-carrying members of the “In Ina We Trust” club, we’ve long used her books, television show, and tips to plan the biggest meal of the year, Thanksgiving. This year, she’s helping us out by bringing together some of her favorite recipes (and friends!) in a Thanksgiving-themed holiday special, airing this Saturday, November 17, on the Food Network, at 8 p.m. ET.
Nov 15, 2018
Anthony Bourdain Says Eggs Are “The Perfect Food” in Last Episode of Parts UnknownPeople
On November 11, the world said its final goodbyes to professional eater and the most insightful, influential world traveler to ever appear on television: Anthony Bourdain. In final episode of his long-running docu-series Parts Unknown, Bourdain revisited his dark past as a drug addict living (and cooking) on New York City’s Lower East Side. He revisited some of his old haunts on the episode, including the home of his friend, musician John Lurie.
Nov 15, 2018
Chip and Joanna Gaines Are Coming Back to TV — With Their Very Own Network!People
Good news for any of you starting to go through withdrawal ever since the last episode of Fixer Upper aired, seven months ago: Chip and Joanna Gaines are going to be returning to television. You may have caught their recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon when Joanna teased that Chip “let the cat out of the bag about something big.” The host asked the couple if they’d ever consider coming back to television and Chip got real.
Nov 10, 2018
The Great British Baking Show Is Back on Netflix Next WeekPeople
The days are getting shorter and the news is getting bleaker each day, but the arrival of November also brings with it a bright spot: The Great British Baking Show is coming back to Netflix, with all its soggy-bottom joy and saucy-puds cheer. Okay, not all of it: There is still no Mary Berry, Sue Perkins, or Mel Giedroyc, but Paul Hollywood holds his own among the new hosts.
Oct 31, 2018
The “Parts Unknown” Crew Reveals What It Was Really Like to Work with Anthony BourdainPeople
Even though it’s been nearly six months since Parts Unknown host Anthony Bourdain died in his hotel room in France, his fans are still having trouble coming to terms with his passing. CNN decided to air the final season of Parts Unknown, perhaps to give fans some closure, though it was incomplete —Bourdain had not yet added his voice-over to many of the episodes. The final episode of the show, which will take place on the Lower East Side of Manhattan, is set to air on November 11.
Oct 30, 2018
Giada De Laurentiis Recalls Her Most Embarrassing Moment on TVPeople
Although she’s a regular guest on Beat Bobby Flay and Iron Chef America, and is the host of multiple Food Network shows, including Food Network Star, Giada De Laurentiis wasn’t always so comfortable behind the camera. In fact, in a new interview with People magazine, she remembers feeling more anxious than excited that the world would be watching her cook. De Laurentiis told the magazine that cooking on camera was “very intimidating” in the beginning.
Oct 24, 2018
Ree Drummond Shares Her Best Freezer Breakfast IdeasPeople
I must admit I have to apologize to the Pioneer Woman. I assumed since our lives were so different — her being the matriarch of an Oklahoma cattle ranching family and me living deep in our nation’s capital with nary a child, husband, or even a boyfriend to speak of (please, play the world’s tiniest violin for me) — that I had nothing to learn from her.
Oct 23, 2018
Watch the Trailer for Season 16 of “Top Chef”People
It's a whiskey-soaked battle for kitchen supremacy.
Oct 19, 2018