Cook's Country returns with four all-new episodes on Saturday, August 12, beginning at 2:00 pm. To whet your appetite, try two recipes that take beloved dishes and make them in a skillet: Pizza Margherita, and a giant Chocolate Chip Cookie.
The technical challenge in the semifinal episode of this season of The Great British Baking Show is a savarin, a yeasted cake soaked in liqueur. Try a citrus-flavored version garnished with fruit and Chantilly cream. The final two episodes air Friday, August 4.
Mary and Paul often pull out some obscure recipes for the technical challenges on The Great British Baking Show. Have you heard of them before? Can you identify them? The show's final two episodes air Friday, August 4.
July 29 is Lasagna Day, the perfect opportunity to invite a bunch of friends and family over and make a hearty lasagna to share with them. Don't have a recipe? Try Lidia Bastianich's classic Italian-American version, filled with her own meat sauce.
Few people know Chicago's food scene as well as David Manilow. He chooses nine essential Chicago restaurants, from a sexy steakhouse to a place with unbelievable sushi, from the best breakfast joint in town to the perfect date spot.
Need some dishes for your Independence Day celebration? Try some recipes for dishes invented here – no, that doesn't include apple pie, hot dogs, or French fries. Get brownies from Katharine Hepburn, cookies from Martha Stewart, and chicken wings from America's Test Kitchen.
Happy Chocolate Pudding day! Instead of eating the American version, why not try a gussied-up British kind from The Great British Baking Show? This mini cake filled with gooey chocolate and caramel comes from Kate in season 1 of the show.
The Great British Baking Show returns June 16 at 9:00 pm with a fourth season. If the thought of delicious bakes from the twelve new contestants has you salivating, try some recipes from Mary, Paul, and contestants from previous seasons.
Season 4 of The Great British Baking Show begins airing on PBS on Friday, June 16. There's a fresh batch of bakers - an aerospace engineer, a garden designer - ready to take on the challenges of Mary and Paul. Meet them all here!
On Friday, May 26 at 10:00 pm, enjoy an American Masters film about Alice Waters, preceded by the premiere of Jacques Pépin: The Art of Craft at 9:00 pm. Try some of Waters's fresh, ingredient-focused recipes here.
In a 1978 interview with WTTW's John Callaway, Julia Child discusses food snobs, nutrition freaks, and children in the kitchen. "My point is to make cooking easy for people so that they can enjoy it and do it, rather than making it a kind of art for the 'we happy few,'" she says.