Not only did PopSugar's Lindsay Miller speak with Wolfgang Puck about the menu at the Governors Ball, but she also talked to one of our favorite entertaining experts Katie Lee. Lee's partnered with the Academy and Moet and Chandon to create the official cocktail of the Oscars. It's a refreshing sounding punch that's super simple to prepare. Learn all about it when you check out the video now!
We can thank Katie Lee for bringing some bright color to tonight's red carpet. Her rich yellow gown is made further fabulous via the beaded neckline. Diamond drop earrings and a small clutch are her accessories of choice. Do you love it or hate it?
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- A look at Katie Lee's everyday diet.
- A look at Katie Lee's everyday diet. — Grub Street NY
- Poultry is the leading food poisoning culprit, followed closely by beef. — Huffington Post Food
- Everything you ever wanted to know about boiling water. — Serious Eats
- The food you should give new parents. — Chow
- Meet Remy Mumby, the ten-year-old boy who eats balut. — Feast NY
- Gearing up for back to school. — The Epi-Log
- Mario Batali's next cookbook will be vegetarian. — Eater NY
I'm a huge fan of dips: I serve them at all my parties and am constantly searching for the best dip recipes. Although I've made classic onion dip a couple of times, I've been disappointed with the variations I've tried. None of them tasted better than the onion dip from a seasoning packet. I was just about to give up on homemade onion dip, until one day, while browsing Katie Lee's book, The Comfort Table, I stumbled upon her recipe.
It seemed simple enough and since it would pair well with brie-stuffed burgers, I decided to make it. Good thing, because — finally — I've found a wonderful onion dip! It's thick and creamy with a rich caramelized onion flavor. Lee recommends serving it with homemade potato chips, but I paired it with thick-cut Kettle Chips and it was absolutely delicious. Warning: it's an addictive dip; you might just eat it all! Here's her recipe.
Crunchy fried green tomatoes add an element of necessary fried goodness to the menu. Mini grilled cheese and ham sandwiches are a crowd-pleasing classic. If you're hosting a Kentucky Derby shindig, I highly recommend you check out these recipes after the break.
This week, celebs enjoyed the awesome weather in a variety of short hemlines and pretty prints. Camilla Belle, Katie Lee, and Ashley Olsen showed off their legs while Jessica Alba kept cozy in black tights. However, she still showed off her Spring spirit with a bonny blue floral frock. Were you paying attention to everyone's looks? Time to find out!Take the Quiz
- Learn how to make steamed artichokes. — Chow
- What not to eat when you're pregnant. — The Epi-Log
- Find out where some of Gourmet's editors have ended up. — Good Bite
- Domino's Pizza is now stalking people who haven't tried its new recipe. — Slice
- Watch Josh Ozersky introduce Katie Lee to egg foo yong. — Ozersky.TV
- In-N-Out Burger has raised the price of its burgers. — Grub Street LA
- What does Jeremy Fox, ex-chef of Napa's famed Ubuntu, have up his sleeve? — Feast
- San Francisco could be going meatless on Mondays. — Eater SF
- An inside look at Genoa's pesto showdown. — The Atlantic
Katie Lee looked majorly cute at a book party soiree for Derek Blasberg's Classy at Barneys in NYC. She took a cue from the floral minis trend and donned a watercolor version from J.Crew with a white double-breasted blazer. A white tank keeps her palette simple, while lace booties add textural pizazz. We love it all.
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- Must make: beef brisket hash.
- Must make: beef brisket hash. — Hands On Gourmet
- Cookbook author Katie Lee is working on a television show pilot. — The New York Times
- Unaged tequilas that you should be sipping.— Serious Eats
- The Magical Elves, the production company behind Top Chef, will bring an Amazing Race-style cooking competition to Bravo. — Feast
- Take a look at Pulino's, New York City's most anticipated new pizzeria. — Eater NY
- Chef Michael Mina is returning to the San Francisco restaurant where he got his start. — Grub Street SF
- Two traditional Irish cookbooks worth checking out. — The Epi-Log
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