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Amazon’s Alexa Will Teach You How to Cook as Part of New Food Network Streaming Service

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Discovery, Inc. is teaming up with Amazon for Food Network Kitchen, a new subscription-streaming service that will offer consumers “live, interactive cooking instruction every week with the top culinary experts in the world, grocery and equipment delivery, over 800 on-demand classes and so much more to make the consumer’s cooking, shopping and food experience more convenient, joyful and delicious.”

It will also teach you how to cook with the assistance of Amazon’s Alexa, kinda. Here’s how Discovery explains that feature:

Customers can access and navigate Food Network Kitchen’s content with Alexa. Home cooks can just ask Alexa to browse the tens of thousands of recipes, hundreds of Live and on demand cooking classes, how-to videos, premium step-by-step video recipes and more on Echo Show. Simply say “Alexa, go to the next step,” or “Alexa, show me the ingredients” to navigate the recipe hands-free. While Alexa guides you through the recipe,
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12th Annual Food Network and Cooking Channel New York City Wine and Food Festival Presented By Capital One

The Food Network & Cooking Channel New York City Wine & Food Festival presented by Capital One (Nycwff) returns for its 12th annual edition this Fall, taking over the Big Apple October 10 – 13, 2019.

With more than 80 events taking place at locations throughout the city, 100% of the net proceeds from the Festival support its mission to Eat. Drink. End Hunger. with Food Bank For New York City and No Kid Hungry. This year’s program highlights a mix of tastings, dinners, brunches, late-night parties and more; accented by a returning selection of family-friendly offerings to keep fans of all ages engaged throughout the weekend.

Mark the calendar: Capital One cardholders will enjoy exclusive presale access to tickets for all Nycwff events from June 10 – 23. Capital One cardholders will also have access to purchase tickets for the following cardholder-only events while they are available:

Dinner hosted by Jean-Georges Vongerichten on Thursday, October 10

Dinner hosted by Hugh Acheson
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MasterChef recap: Sticky toffee pudding is the tie-breaker, two home cooks sent packing

This MasterChef recap covers two episodes, with two more home cooks getting eliminated. The top three would survive to make it to the finale on September 19. This is basically the MasterChef semifinals. During this episode, the top five first had to face a series of pressure-filled tests using beef. Then, the top four were split into teams of two to prepare meals for mentors of the three MasterChef judges. Those mentors are chefs Daniel Boulud, Jonathan Waxman, and Lidia Bastianich. The top five home cooks As determined during the MasterChef September 5 episode, the top five home cooks this […]

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Toronto Festival Offers Gastronomic Feast

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Toronto festivalgoers’ plates overflow with screenings, meetings and splashy post-premiere events, while its dining scene entices as well: it’s a delicious cornucopia representing the city’s multi-cultural diversity. There’s ample local sourcing for a true regional flavor providing a tasty match for any food preference. Here are some ideas on where to drink, dine out and check out Toronto’s culinary riches.

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Canteen at the Tiff Bell Lightbox and its patio (open in fine weather) is the go-to spot for convenient eats and conversation. The seasonally updated menu features smoothies, lean proteins and more indulgent options like the classic burger with cheddar cheese. Load up on Yukon gold potato fries, or Canada’s signature poutine — cheese curds topped with gravy. Lighter fare includes an array of salads, grain bowls and fresh salmon. A full bar, daily drink specials and creative non-alcoholic mocktails await those celebrating their Tiff deals.
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Peter Bart: Celeb Chefs Generate Strong Ratings And Big Scandals, Testing Foodie Loyalty

Peter Bart: Celeb Chefs Generate Strong Ratings And Big Scandals, Testing Foodie Loyalty
I’ve always thought I understood the arcane workings of the star system, but I still marvel at how cooks and bottle washers have achieved the star status of actors and musicians. Famous foodies are much in the news lately — Mario Batali, Gordon Ramsay, Wolfgang Puck and the late Anthony Bourdain — and the shows of star chefs sprawl across the TV landscape. “Misfits, free spirits and wanderers have created a new American profession,” heralds Andrew Friedman in his new book titled Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll, which is good summer reading.

Friedman writes colorfully about his cast of foodie miscreants, but I am left wondering whether we’re all falling victim to a feast of hype. I’m willing to pay a hefty tab at a top restaurant heralding a “name” chef, but still wonder how the egos, prices and sexual
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Are New Episodes of ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ Airing This Week?

Are New Episodes of ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert’ Airing This Week?
“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”may seem like it offers a never-ending sequence of jokes at the expense of Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans, but it really only seems that way — while “The Late Show” does air year-round, it does take breaks of a week or two every couple months.

We’ve got good news for you, though, because this week is not one of those weeks. All-new episodes of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” are airing all five nights from May 7 to May 11.

Below you’ll find all the details about Colbert’s lineup of guests for the week.

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Monday, May 7 — guests are Jim Parsons from “The Big Bang Theory” and Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, with a musical performance by Lake Street Dive.

Tuesday, May 8 — guests are actors Michael B. Jordan and Matt Walsh, with a stand-up comedy performance by Heather Pasternak.

Wednesday, May 9 — guests are co-anchor of “CBS This MorningGayle King and Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Anna Wintour.

Thursday, May 10 — guests are Annette Bening, Wyatt Cenac and Daniel Boulud.

Friday, May 11 — Mayim Bialik from “The Big Bang Theory,” along with what CBS describes as a “special appearance” by Melissa McCarthy and a musical performance by Leon Bridges.

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“The Late Show” airs at 11:35 p.m. Est and Pst right after your local news in most places, and is followed by “The Late Late Show with James Corden” immediately after.

Colbert has one of the few late night shows that airs new episodes five nights a week, with “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” as the only other one. “Jimmy Kimmel Live,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers,” and “The Late Late Show” each only air new episodes from Monday through Thursday, with a rerun airing on Friday nights.

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These Are the 12 Best New Chefs in America for 2017

These Are the 12 Best New Chefs in America for 2017
A New Orleans chef serving up Caribbean classics in the land of creole. A farm-to-table expert who specializes in wood-oven pizzas. And a New Yorker who knows her way around cooking animals —whole. These are just a few of the 12 talented up-and-comers who have been awarded the title of “Best New Chef in America.”

On Monday, Food & Wine announced its annual list that celebrates gifted innovators in the country’s culinary scene. The 12 winners run restaurants in nine different cities and join the ranks of previous “Best New Chef” winners including Daniel Boulud, April Bloomfield and David Chang.

2017’s winners are as follows:

Jay Blackinton,
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Check Out Luann de Lesseps’ Elegant, 6-Tier Wedding Cake

Check Out Luann de Lesseps’ Elegant, 6-Tier Wedding Cake
At Real Housewives of New York star Luann de Lesseps‘ dream wedding to Tom D’Agostino Jr., every detail was sweet — and the food was no exception.

The black tie ceremony, which took place in Palm Beach, Florida on New Year’s Eve, was attended by over 250 guests, including fellow Housewives Dorinda Medley, Jill Zarin, Cynthia Bailey, Kelly Bensimon and Marysol Patton.

Dinner was quite the elegant feast, catered by Daniel Boulud’s Cafe Boulud. Guests enjoyed chilled lobster, roasted tenderloin, red wine-braised short rib, carrots and black garlic, and potato mille-feuille. They washed it all down at an open bar pouring rosé,
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'Real Housewives of New York' Star Luann de Lesseps Marries Tom D'Agostino in New Year's Eve Ceremony

'Real Housewives of New York' Star Luann de Lesseps Marries Tom D'Agostino in New Year's Eve Ceremony
Congratulations to Luann de Lesseps!

The Real Housewives of New York star said "I do" to Tom D'Agostino in a Palm Beach, Florida, ceremony on New Year's Eve, Et confirms. 

Related: Luann de Lesseps Gets Marriage License 3 Weeks Before Her New Year's Eve Wedding

The two married at the Brazilian Court Hotel in Palm Beach, Florida, where 250 guests -- including Rhony star Dorinda Medley (who was a bridesmaid), Jill Zarin, Marysol Patton, Cynthia Bailey and Kelly Bensimon -- celebrated their nuptials with dinner by Daniel Boulud before ringing in the New Year. 

De Lesseps wore a custom Randi Rahm gown. She and D'Agostino shared their first dance to "Just Like Heaven" by The Cure. 

A wedding guest tells Et that "the wedding was such a blast! Everyone had a wonderful time. Luann and Tom looked so happy. They really got to have fun with all their guests. It was a New Years Eve to remember! You can really
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‘Ella Brennan: Commanding the Table’ Trailer: Iconic Restaurateur Revolutionizes New Orleans Dining

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‘Ella Brennan: Commanding the Table’ Trailer: Iconic Restaurateur Revolutionizes New Orleans Dining
Recognized as one of the most important female restauranteurs, Ella Brennan’s life story is making its way to the big screen in “Ella Brennan: Commanding the Table.” Directed by Oscar-nominated director Leslie Iwerks, the documentary will have its world premiere at the New Orleans Film Festival on October 14, but before its grand debut, IndieWire has your first look at the doc in the trailer and poster below.

Narrated by Patricia Clarkson, the film is the behind the scenes story of Brennan, one of America’s foremost restaurateurs whose life work has cemented New Orleans as a star on the nation’s culinary map. At the age of 18 she went to work at her brother’s bar on Bourbon Street and soon because the pioneer of the modern American food movement.

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The documentary also features friends and industry
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Watch 'Late Show' Recruit Chef Daniel Boulud for Hanukkah Dessert

Watch 'Late Show' Recruit Chef Daniel Boulud for Hanukkah Dessert
The Late Show With Stephen Colbert is celebrating Hanukkah with a series of web exclusives – one for each of the Festival of Lights' eight nights – and for the second night of the holiday, the host recruited Michelin star-rated chef and famed restaurateur Daniel Boulud to create his rendition of a renowned Jewish specialty, the jelly doughnut.

For his recipe, Boulud only uses the finest of ingredients: Entenmann's Rich Frosted Donuts – a staple of any Jewish child's diet – and a jar of grape jelly. After that, simply dip the donut into the jelly and that's it,
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Mothers And Sons' Tyne Daly Appears on The Talk Today

CBS's The Talk, recently nominated for five Daytime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Talk Show-Entertainment and Outstanding Talk Show Host, returns to New York City for the second time this season for a week of episodes, to be broadcast now through Friday, May 16 200-300 Pm, ET100-200 Pm, Ptct, on the CBS Television Network. Hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler will shoot on location in New York, originating from Chelsea Studios. The guests today, Wednesday, May 14, are Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress Tyne Daly and chef Daniel Boulud.
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Marvel at These Mouthwatering Oscars-Inspired Desserts You'll Never Get to Eat (Photos)

Outside of the big Oscar shindig in Los Angeles, there is only one official Academy Awards party on the night of the awards. This party is held at the ridiculously swanky uptown Manhattan restaurant Daniel, with noted chef Daniel Boulud whipping up a number of delicious delicacies for the members of the Academy who are East Coast bound (and willing to shell out a not insignificant amount of cash to watch the awards in a lovely dining room outfitted with large HD televisions). This party, while not as extravagant as the West Coast counterpart, might be just as fun. And last week in New York, we were able to taste a little bit of what the night has to offer.

At the tasting, a small group was joined by Boulud and Patrick Harrison, Program Director at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, who explained that, after a delicious light breakfast (seriously,
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Should New Girl Jess Jilt Nick? Is Rumple Hiding Thor's Hammer? Your Coven 'Wish'? And More Qs

Should New Girl Jess Jilt Nick? Is Rumple Hiding Thor's Hammer? Your Coven 'Wish'? And More Qs
We’ve got questions, and you’ve (maybe) got answers! With another week of TV gone by, we’re lobbing queries left and right about shows including The Walking Dead, New Girl, Law & Order: Svu and Arrow!

1 | Where is Haven’s Jordan currently ranking amongst TV’s Most Annoying Characters? Above or below Castle’s Pi? (On a happier note: Yea, Audrey’s back!)

2 | Even though Revenge‘s Margaux is wearing a bit thin, wasn’t it nice to see her bring out a smile in the usually dour Jack? And did we hear correctly when the promos touted the
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MasterChef Christine Ha's Recap: Dessert (and Defeat) Is Bittersweet

We are down to the final 4 on MasterChef. Since Luca won the previous challenge, he will select a teammate, leaving the other two cooks to form their own team by default. During this time last season, I, too, was in Luca's position, and I selected Becky, putting Josh and Frank together on the opposing team. We were tasked to make a three-course dinner for, not only the judges, but three additional kings of the culinary world: Guy Savoy, Daniel Boulud, and Alain Ducasse.

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Throw a Star-Worthy Oscar Party!

Throw a Star-Worthy Oscar Party!
It's Hollywood's Super Bowl - so if you're throwing an Oscar party, hot wings just won't do. Instead of critiquing the gowns over cold pizza and nachos, check out these glam recipes that will rival what the stars are eating - or pretending to eat - at the posh post-Academy Awards bashes.• Silver Linings Playbook-Inspired Sliders Brooke Parkhurst and James Briscione of Just Married & Cooking have created this pork tenderloin slider recipe that's "the best of both worlds," Parkhurst says.Recipe HEREGovernor's Ball Tequila Cocktail Yep, you can toss back the very same Patrón cocktail the stars will indulge in at the Governor's Ball,
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Oscars 2013: 7 Mouthwatering Academy-Inspired Dishes From Chef Daniel Boulud (Photos)

While The Oscars are, quite obviously, held on the sunny West Coast, there are still a bunch of Academy members who live on the East Coast who have voted in the awards and still totally like to party. Luckily for them, there is a lone, official Academy Awards shindig in New York City, and earlier this week we were treated to a preview of that party's menu. What made the truly delicious event even better was the fact that many of the menu items for the Oscar party, by celebrity chef Daniel Boulud, are inspired by the nominated films. (Sadly, "Zero Dark Berry" tart was not present.) The event was held at Chef Daniel's Upper East Side restaurant Daniel, a place so fancy that I was pretty sure the second I walked in someone would quietly remind me that the McDonald's with the unlocked bathroom is three blocks south. East
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The Academy’s Guide For Throwing An Oscar Party On Hollywood’s Big Night

As we head into the final weeks until the 85th Academy Awards, cities – big and small – are preparing to celebrate Hollywood’s biggest night.

Argo… Silver Linings Playbook… Lincoln. Root for you favorite Best Picture nominee at host Cinema St. Louis‘ annual Oscar® Experience St. Louis fundraiser. St. Louis’ only Oscar® party officially sanctioned by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, is held from 6-10:30 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24, at Monarch, 7401 Manchester Rtd.

Plus on February 13, the first-ever Oscar Roadtrip will bring the excitement of the Oscars® to St. Louis. Fans across the country will have a chance to hold an actual Oscar statuette before it arrives on the Hollywood red carpet in time for the 85th Academy Awards.

Additionally, music of the silver screen comes to Powell Hall on March 3rd as the Stl Symphony performs Academy Award®-winning music from Out of Africa, Casablanca, Star Trek,
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Academy to celebrate Oscars in New York

The iconic landmark restaurant Daniel will be rolling out the red carpet for New York-based members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, entertainment industry executives, and several hometown luminaries to celebrate the 85th Oscars with an exclusive viewing party, the only East Coast event officially hosted by the Academy. This year’s show is of special significance to New Yorkers, as its producers are the Gotham-based motion picture, television and theater producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron, who have executive produced such acclaimed feature films as “Chicago” and “Hairspray,” as well as the current NBC musical series “Smash.” World-renowned chef Daniel Boulud is preparing a special menu of cocktails and canapés with a nod to this year’s nominated films, to be served along with his seasonally inspired, award-winning contemporary French cuisine. Now celebrating its 20th year, Daniel is one of the very few restaurants to have
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Photo Flash: Liza Minnelli, The Nederlanders and More at 'Living Landmarks' Fall 2012 Gala

The 19th annual Living Landmarks gala was a star-studded event attracting some 450 people to The Plaza ballroom on November 8th. Each year, The New York Landmarks Conservancy recognizes New Yorkers who have made outstanding contributions to the City and honors them as Living Landmarks. This year the honorees are Daniel Boulud, Robert Caro, Peter L. Malkin, Liza Minnelli, James M. Nederlander, James L. Nederlander, and E. John Rosenwald, Jr. Scroll below for photos from the event
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