Recipes

Shrimp and Grits with Chorizo

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In the kitchen with Fabio Viviani.

Chef Fabio Viviani shows us how to make Shrimp & Grits with Chorizo from his new cookbook, “Fabio’s American Home Kitchen.”

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Pear-Hazelnut Tart

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In the kitchen with Fabio Viviani.

Chef Fabio Viviani shows us how to make a Pear-Hazelnut Tart from his new cookbook, “Fabio’s American Kitchen.”

Susan Lucci’s Apple Cake

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In the kitchen with Susan Lucci.

Susan Lucci shows us how to make her grandmother’s Apple Cake!

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Carrot Frittelle with Sweet & Hot Tomato Jam

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In the kitchen with Mario Batali!

Mario Batali’s Carrot Frittelle with Sweet & Hot Tomato Jam recipes!

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Grilled Skirt Steak with Cherry Barbecue Sauce

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In the Kitchen with Mario.

Mario Batali’s Grilled Skirt Steak recipe!

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Classic Apple Tart Tatin

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In the kitchen with Mario Batali!

Mario Batali’s Classic Apple Tart Tatin recipe!

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Wolfgang Puck Roasted Turkey

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In the Kitchen.

Celebrity Chef Wolfgang Puck shows us how to make his delicious roasted turkey in just an hour!

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Spicy Crow Gumbo

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#WendyEatsCrow

Chef Kevin Burrows teaches Wendy how to prepare Crow!

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Sunny Anderson’s Summer Grilling Recipes!

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Happy 4th of July!

Summer is here and it’s time to fire up the grill!

“The Kitchen” host Sunny Anderson shows us some of her favorite grilling recipes that are perfect for your next summer BBQ!

 

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Summer Grilling Tips!

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BBQ!

It’s time to fire up the grill and have your friends and family over for a summer BBQ!

But, before you do, check out these safe grilling tips from the Propane Education & Research Council.

1. Follow the grill manufacturer’s instructions. Whether it’s assembly, use, maintenance, cleaning or storage your first and best resource for safe grilling is the manufacturer’s instructions.

2. Position the grill properly. Keep it outdoors, at least 5 feet from your house. Place it on a level surface that’s away from siding, outdoor furniture, or anything else that could be a fire hazard. Never store propane cylinders inside — even in your garage or shed — and they should always be stored upright.

3. Check for leaks. Use soapy water to check connections for leaks before lighting or connecting the grill. Follow this same leak check procedure every time a new propane tank is connected to the grill.

4. Follow proper lighting procedures. Follow manufacturer’s instructions when lighting a grill. No matter what brand of propane grill you have, make sure you keep the lid open and don’t lean over the grill when lighting it.

5. Follow proper re-lighting procedures. If it’s windy and your flame goes out, turn off the gas, keep the lid open, and wait at least 15 minutes before relighting.

6. Be present. Don’t leave the grill unattended.