A nonprofit located in Queens, New York, is tackling the issue of food insecurity in the United States head-on. 

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Before the coronavirus pandemic hit, The Connected Chef focused on education, cooking and gardening classes. The organization’s priorities changed to combating food insecurity when COVID-19 began to spread across New York City, director and co-founder Kim Calichio explained. Calichio and her husband are both restaurant chefs and have been in the food service industry for a very long time.

“We knew that specifically families were going to be now out

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One awesome cosplay is cooking it up Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma style with Erina Nakiri! Yuto Tsukuda and Shun Saeki’s massively popular manga series might have come to an end some time ago (along with the final season of the anime adaptation ending its run last Fall), but the series still remains one of the most popular series to come out of Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine. Although there have been a few cooking action series like it in the past, Food Wars: Shokugeki no Soma broke through new ground in the way it presented its respective

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CLEVELAND, Ohio — Cleveland celebrity chef Michael Symon is returning to Food Network with new episodes of “Symon’s Dinners Cooking Out” starting in May.

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In the series, born last year out of his daily cooking demos on Facebook Live during the early days of the pandemic, the Iron Chef cooks up his favorite outdoor recipes using common pantry ingredients.

“Michael Symon is one of the best chefs on the planet with an innate ability to engage with viewers as if they’re in the kitchen cooking alongside him,” said Food Network president Courtney White in

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Cherine Home Cooked Food delivers an excellent stewed yam and pork belly dish that my Hakka ancestors will be proud of. – Pictures by Lee Khang Yi

Cherine Home Cooked Food delivers an excellent stewed yam and pork belly dish that my Hakka ancestors will be proud of. – Pictures by Lee Khang Yi

KUALA LUMPUR, April 23 — When it comes to the pandemic, most people only highlight the downside (of which there are many!).

Interestingly, one of the pluses has been the emergence of incredibly good food from home cooks.

I was introduced to Cherine Soh’s home-based business via a friend. From what I understand, Cherine started the business to supplement her family’s income to fund her children’s education during these difficult times.

As my

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Photo credit: Matt Hollyoak

Photo credit: Matt Hollyoak

Nigella Lawson still knows best.

The beloved British cookbook author has graced our bookshelves and television screens for more than two decades now, and her charmingly aloof yet unpretentious approach to cooking, food, and life has never resonated with home cooks more. Lawson—much like the rest of the world—couldn’t have predicted a global pandemic would upend restaurant culture and send us back to our kitchens for the bulk of a year. But the fact that her latest literary offering, Cook, Eat, Repeat, is filled with recipes that could easily be adapted through this unprecedented

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(CNN) — As anyone who’s visited Thailand knows, food is a key part of the experience.

Whether you’re street side in Chiang Mai slurping back a bowl of khao soi noodles or enjoying a Michelin-starred Thai meal in a high-end Bangkok restaurant, the memories of those powerful, balanced flavors stay with you long after you’ve left the country.

Vilailuck “Pepper” Teigen knows this all too well. Mother of model, TV personality and entrepreneur Chrissy Teigen, Pepper emigrated to Utah from Thailand’s northeast Isaan region in the early 1980s.

For years, she says she tried to replicate the flavors of home,

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