Emeril Lagasse, the original celebrity chef, is debuting a new show this Thursday on the Cooking Channel at 10:30 p.m EDT. On The Originals, the culinary legend pays homage to iconic food institutions that have stood the test of time. We caught up with Emeril while he was filming in Los Angeles — to find out what he had to say about The Originals and learn more about his upcoming projects, watch the video now!
It also requires time because the beans simmer with pork, vegetables, and aromatics for two hours. The resulting dish is hearty soul food that's filling and flavorful. Four different kinds of pork — bacon fat, ham, ham hocks, and smoked sausage — infuse the beans with an amazing richness.
To take a trip to the Bayou in your own kitchen, all you have to do is make these red beans and rice! Here's the recipe.
If you're not an expert at roasts, don't dish out valuable dollars on a piece of beef tenderloin that you'll risk overcooking. Instead, stick to a more basic (and affordable) cut like pork loin. This Latin-inflected citrus, cumin, and cilantro recipe serves up to eight and will leave guests reaching for seconds — but it won't set you back more than $25. For the recipe, read more.
At the opening of the Barneys holiday window display, we chatted with some of the hottest chefs to see how they have a foodie holiday. Watch our video and learn Jamie Oliver and Emeril Lagasse's most important cooking tips. Find out how Paula Deen, Anne Burrell, and other celebrity chefs celebrate the holidays in their home kitchens. Looking to host your own Ultimate Foodie Holiday? Then enter to win our awesome giveaway!
We chatted with Jamie Oliver, Bobby Flay, Emeril Lagasse, and other popular Food Network chefs to find out how they "have a foodie holiday." Watch our video to find out what cooking tips experts like chocolate master Jacques Torres and Food Revolution's Jamie Oliver swear by and what they really think about this bacon food trend. Plus, Paula Deen, Anne Burrell, and other celebrity chefs tell us what they do for the holidays when they're not slaving away in the kitchen. Looking to win your own Ultimate Foodie Holiday? Click here to find out how to enter our giveaway!
We'll start with homemade queso and fish tacos. The queso pairs well with tortilla chips and icy cold beer. Thanks to Giada De Laurentiis's creativity, the fish tacos are miniature! For the main course, I'll grill turkey burgers with chipotle salsa. Yum! Mixed greens tossed with pico de gallo are on the side. Interested in the recipes I'll be using? Read them after the break.
To take a look at these classic recipes that are perfect for your all-American celebration, keep reading.
The still-untitled project is a hybrid cooking show and game show. For a prize, members of the studio audience will face off at the stove under the guidance of Emeril himself. According to Deadline, the pilot could potentially replace the CBS departing daytime soap As the World Turns.
Although his pork fat-and-garlic laden cooking isn't my favorite style, I'm happy to see that Emeril — one of the very first TV successes of his culinary generation — is returning to his roots. Would you tune in to watch this game show?
Check it out after the break.