Transport your tastebuds across the world through a giant screen
A food network star and world traveler is ready to take us on a culinary journey. Chef Robert Irvine is known for his shows Restaurant: Impossible and Dinner: Impossible - now he has a new show that is all about celebrating food from around the world.
Miss Kim hosting brunch pop-up with Lala’s chef Allie Lyttle in Ann Arbor this month
ANN ARBOR – What do you get when you blend American comfort food with authentic Korean cuisine? A one-of-a-kind pop-up at Miss Kim -- and it’s happening weekly. Lyttle’s signature candied bacon and BBQ tots recur alongside Miss Kim favorites milk tea (boba optional) and ginger plum soda. Read: LaLa’s pop-up diner opens in Ann ArborAdWatch Kim and Lyttle discuss this week’s menu in the post below:To see what’s on the menu this weekend and to place an order, click here. Miss Kim is at 415 N. 5th Ave. For more information, visit www.misskimannarbor.com.
Get home cooking help from a professional celebrity chef
Now he’s hoping to help you in your own home kitchen with a product that can help take some of the stress out of cooking. Originally from Ypsilanti, Smith said he always had an entrepreneurial spirit and that he’s always loved food. Smith said that in the industry, everything is about relationships, and that when you work hard, and you cook with your passion and soul, people recognize it. Smith says the French Toast mix has been their most popular product, with people putting it in everything from oatmeal to coffee, and more obviously, in their french toast batter. To find out where you can get your own spice mixes from Spice Sack watch the video above.
Tasty Tuesday recipe: Tuscan chicken
Chef Jelani Bransford shows us his tuscan chicken recipe and how he puts it all together. Here’s the recipe:4 Chicken breast2 teaspoons salt, for the chicken1 teaspoon pepper, for the chicken1/2 teaspoon garlic salt, for the chicken1 tablespoon oil3 cloves garlic, chopped½ onion, diced1 tomato, diced2 cups spinach2 cups heavy cream1 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon pepper½ cup grated parmesan cheese2 tablespoons fresh flat-leaf parsley, chopped1 teaspoon of Cilantro1 teaspoon of basilFettuccine noodles: optionalMore: Tasty Tuesday segments and recipes
The Dish: Chef Kelly Fields
Raised in the low country of South Carolina, Kelly Fields took her talent for baking to New Orleans. After leaving for cooking school, she returned to become pastry chef under renowned Chef John Besh, only to be driven out by Hurricane Katrina. But sure enough, after years in San Francisco, it was back to New Orleans. Last summer, she became chef and partner of "Willa Jean," a bakery-restaurant. She also heads the pastry program for all of Besh's restaurants. Chef Fields joins "CBS This Morning" to share her story and New Orleans-influenced dishes.cbsnews.com
Former OU SAE fraternity house chef speaks out on racist video chant
Former OU SAE fraternity house chef speaks out on racist video chant The former chef for the SAE house at the University of Oklahoma, which was shut down Monday after a video surfaced of its members making a racist chant, says he believe the act was “stupid and selfish” but that he will miss the organization he considered “family.”cbsnews.com