Because you’re not really watching football unless you’re doing it while chowing down on some totally indulgent snacks.
Food.Eats.Kid. is a demonstrative cooking show for kids, fronted by Top Chef Junior finalist Milo Fleming and focused on simple foods that kids love. With a tone that's equal parts informative and absurd, our show will help kids master the basics of cooking and make them laugh with an approach that is smart, informative, and delightfully bizarre. The goals are to help kids make real foods that they aspire to cook and to make kids laugh with an approach that's totally unique.
A massive ball of cheese on the table makes a statement: Welcome to our party! Cheese balls are fun, tasty, lovably retro and easy to make in advance. So go ahead and choose your own cheese-ball adventure. Just don't forget the crackers.
We've teamed up with the hit FOX TV series "MasterChef Junior" to bring you this kids cooking class featuring Season 6 winner Beni C. Learn how to make some of Beni's favorite appetizers, including her title-winning recipe for salmon and corn blinis.
Weeknight cooking just got a whole lot easier! Join chef Curtis Stone and NBC TODAY's weather anchor Dylan Dreyer as they share their secrets for making fast, fuss-free meals the whole family will love.
We've partnered with Bravo and host Billy Harris to showcase the best recipes from the Bluprint library for every occasion. With fall in the air, we’ve got easy, one-pot family meals and comfort food you will love. If it’s game day or you’re looking for the best snacks and appetizers for your holiday party, we've got you covered. And speaking of holidays, check out our favorite recipes for your family feast. First aired on Bravo, these episodes will always be here for you to watch and enjoy. Links to the classes featured (and their recipes) are in the Materials tab of the video player. Just click Watch!
Pile on the pork and load up on the BBQ sauce — this recipe from our class Southern Classics at Home is our go-to for game days. (Or really any day, if we're being honest.)