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A Chef's Life
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Warren and Lilly show Vivian how to cook the tender, silky Hakurei turnip. Continue


Watch Martha Stewart Create Gingerbread Abbey

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PBS Food
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In anticipation of the return of “Downton Abbey” to MASTERPIECE on PBS beginning January 4, 2015, Martha Stewart and her team have created a “Gingerbread Abbey”—a stunning likeness of the Grantham family home made entirely of gingerbread. Continue


Bake a Batch of Peppermint Fudge Brownies

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PBS Food
PBS


The inside of this brownie is fudge-like, it isn’t overly sweet, and the peppermint extract adds a bit of freshness to an otherwise decadent dessert. Continue


Melting Raclette with a Raclette Heater

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Martha Stewart's Cooking School
PBS


Martha demonstrates how to melt Raclette using a Raclette Heater. Continue


Make Banana Cheesecake Potstickers

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PBS Food
PBS


This dessert potstickers recipe features a sweet filling that can vary to your taste. Continue


The VICTORY GARDEN Presents edibleFEAST Season 36 Trailer

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The Victory Garden
PBS


Victory Garden’s edibleFEAST Season 36 is a is a re-launch of the classic PBS series combined with the deep local knowledge of Edible Magazines. From Minnesota to Memphis, New York to New Orleans, we'll learn about everything from crab trapping and grass fed dairy to fermentation and rooftop farms. In each episode you'll experience stories, gardening tips and recipes from America's food heroes. Continue


Ultimate Roast Chicken

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ChefSteps
PBS


A roast chicken with crispy, golden skin is a glorious thing. We'll show you how to crisp the skin perfectly without overcooking the flesh beneath it. Continue


Preparing Cowboy Steak

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Martha Stewart's Cooking School
PBS


Wrap the bone with aluminum foil to prevent burning and make sure there is enough seasoning on the surface for each bite. Continue


Choosing the Wine

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Martha Stewart's Cooking School
PBS


A good rule of thumb is to stick to the wine that is from the same region as the recipe. Continue


Learn the History of Pumpkins

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PBS Food
PBS


Pumpkins are believed to have originated in Central America over 7,500 years ago. Continue


Créme Brûlée

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ChefSteps
PBS


A sunshine-hued dessert with a deliciously crackly top and a whisper of elegant sweetness, easy to whip up (even if you're serving a large group) and eminently satisfying. Continue


The Holiday Special

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A Chef's Life
PBS


Join Chef Vivian Howard for a taste of the holidays as she serves up the best of her Southern cooking heritage and the Chanukah traditions her husband Ben grew up with. From a simple corned ham to an upscale oyster dressing, from humble Hoppin’ John to an elegant red velvet cake, sample one of the most charming and delicious holiday celebrations of the season. Continue


How to Make Chocolate Salami

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PBS Food
PBS


Chocolate salami is a very easy 'no-bake' dessert and makes a great DIY present. Continue


Steak with Red Wine Sauce

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ChefSteps
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For this delicious preparation, we begin by quickly searing the meat, then cook it in a water bath set to 135 °F / 57 °C, which yields a perfect medium-rare steak. We then finish it in a rich red wine sauce flavored with thyme and fattened up with plenty of butter. The result: a restaurant-level meat treatment that's simple to create and impossible to stop eating—no fancy equipment required. Continue


The VICTORY GARDEN Presents edibleFEAST Season 36 Promo

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The Victory Garden
PBS


Victory Garden’s edibleFEAST Season 36 is a is a re-launch of the classic PBS series combined with the deep local knowledge of Edible Magazines. From Minnesota to Memphis, New York to New Orleans, we'll learn about everything from crab trapping and grass fed dairy to fermentation and rooftop farms. In each episode you'll experience stories, gardening tips and recipes from America's food heroes. Continue


Keep It Simple with Tomato Garlic Chicken

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PBS Food
PBS


This dinner idea is fuss-free yet warm and comforting for a quick meal. Continue


How to Make Vegan Grape Jelly

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PBS Food
PBS


Forget Jell-O mix from a box! With just three ingredients, you can make your own jelly. Continue


Egg Nog

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ChefSteps
PBS


Eggnog heralds the arrival of the holiday season, and our version takes advantage of some modern techniques to boost flavor and texture. Enjoy it plain or hooch it up with a nice shot of rum or bourbon. Continue


Toast the Holidays with Spiced Cranberry Sangria

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PBS Food
PBS


Sangria is a no-fuss drink that you can customize and prepare in a large batch for large or small gatherings. Continue


Take a Lesson from Dr. Seuss: Green Mac and Cheese

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PBS Food
PBS


The rich cheesy sauce is made from edamame (green soy beans) pureed with soy milk and nutritional yeast. Continue


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