- Must make: smoked mozzarella pizza with radicchio and onion jam. — Serious Eats
- Despite its "best restaurant" title, Denmark's Noma only has two Michelin stars. — Eater
- The top four taboos when visiting wine tasting rooms. — Chow
- Prince William and Kate Middleton in the most realistic-looking cake ever. — Bites on Today
- Still no word on that stolen Guy Fieri Lamborghini. — Grub Street SF
- Veuve Clicquot develops a super-sweet Champagne. — Decanter
- Which fondue kit is right for you? — Wall Street Journal
- Make your own artisanal foods with this DIY cooking handbook. — New York Times
- Succulent weeknight meal: pork tenderloin with mustard-dill sauce.
- Succulent weeknight meal: pork tenderloin with mustard-dill sauce. — Serious Eats
- Martha Stewart helps Conan O'Brien celebrate Mardi Gras. — Eater
- Hot food trends so far for 2011. — Nation's Restaurant News
- Rockstar Guy Fieri is on the road again. — Grub Street NY
- Farewell Tommy Bermejo, legendary creator of the Tommy's-style margarita. — Inside Scoop SF
- Spike Mendelsohn: Good Stuff Eatery's "a perfect restaurant." — The Feast NY
- Coca-Cola pulls some soda off shelves for taste. — Consumerist
- Pour some booze in that dessert.— Chow
Fieri's salsas come in four flavors (Original Salsa, Salsa Verde, Chipotle Salsa, and 4 Pepper), as do his sauces, which are available in Kansas City, Bourbon Brown Sugar, Pacific Rim, and Carolina #6. We enjoyed the original and salsa verde salsas and the classic Kansas City barbecue sauce.
Whether we like it or not, it's only a matter of time before Guy's shaded, sun-bleached visage takes over the country, one mass-produced bottle at a time.
Food binds a family and tonight Matthew McConaughey bonded with Guy Fieri as the two dads chatted about their children and cooked up a feast on the Food Network. During the hour long episode of Guy's Big Bite, the cook and movie star traded stories and sipped on cocktails. Check out what McConaughey family fun facts were revealed.
- Reading the last bite of Gourmet: The Gourmet Cookie Book.
- Reading the last bite of Gourmet: The Gourmet Cookie Book. — The Atlantic
- How to make mulling spices for the holidays. — Serious Eats
- Guy Fieri gives Mario Batali sleepytime crocs. — Feast
- Marcela Valladolid on Dia de los Muertos. — Huffington Post Food
- Q and A with Eric Ripert. — The Epi-Log
- Ten ways to spice up pumpkin seeds. — Chow
- Hell's Kitchen is so desperate for contestants, it's going door to door looking for participants. — Eater
- Get to know Adam Rapoport, the new editor in chief of Bon Appétit. — Grub Street
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- Why Sandra Lee is not evil.
- Why Sandra Lee is not evil. — Huffington Post Food
- Have you experienced the Indian tapa known as thalis? — Good Bite
- Learn how to sous-vide a chicken breast. — Serious Eats
- Prepare a menu with recipes from Top Chef Masters. — Chow
- What's the best burger in the Bay Area?— Eater SF
- The science behind cilantro hatred. — The Epi-Log
- The joy of cooking alone. — The Atlantic
- Guy Fieri's guide to entourage management. — Ozersky TV
Kristen Stewart paid a visit to The Jay Leno Show last night, and she started off her chat by talking about her recent trip to London for the BAFTAs — though she didn't mention her nights out with Robert Pattinson. She and Jay compared notes on the highs and lows of British cuisine, before Kristen mentioned her recent Oscars runin with Panic Room costar Jodie Foster. We got a sneak peek today at Kristen's new Eclipse trailer, but she was all about talking about her next film to hit theaters, The Runaways. She also gamely joined fellow guest Guy Fieri in one of his Minute to Win It challenges — the videos are after the jump!
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- 13 ways to impress vegans. — The Atlantic
- This refined fig mustard will take sandwiches to a new level. — Chow
- Learn the proper technique for sweating vegetables. — Serious Eats
- Now you can get your daily dose of Guy Fieri in iPhone app form. — Eater
- Brian Boitano has opened a cheese food cart in San Francisco. — SFoodie
- A new study on fruit flies reveals information about the human appetite. — The Epi-Log
- An inside look at the food world's tribute to Daniel Boulud. — Feast