Danielle French is the founder and owner of South Pond Farms, a culinary destination that hosts special events and workshops in rural Ontario. In these short tutorials she shares quick recipes for foodie favorites.
Canning is a fun, simple way to preserve your food and support local farmers. In this beginner's class, expert Illene Sofranko teaches you the in and outs from tools and materials to finishing and storing. You'll learn to make pickles, strawberry jam and taqueria carrots step by step.
What to do with your leftover farmers market haul? Can it! In this short video tutorial, canning expert Illene Sofranko teaches you how to make quick taqueria carrots using fresh flavors and ingredients.
Newbie in the kitchen? No problem! Chef Celeste Rogers covers the basics of good cooking in this beginner's class. From knife skills to must-have tools to time-saving tips, you'll find everything you need to cook with confidence.
Let's face it: Eating can become a low priority when you're always on the go. But with a little prep work and know-how, you can make healthy food choices no matter how busy you are. NBC's "Today Show" host Jenna Bush Hager and nutritionist Joy Bauer share their advice, tips and recipes to help you power through your day.
Fourteen pastry chefs will see if they have what it takes to outbake, outblend, and outbrulée the competition, where the main focus is the Achilles heel of most chefs: desserts. Gail Simmons returns as the host of this highly competitive series showcasing the best of the best in the world of pastry arts. Once again joining the judges' panel as head judge is Johnny Iuzzini, one of the country’s most celebrated and innovative pastry chefs and executive pastry chef at Restaurant Jean Georges. Also serving as regular judges for the series are Hubert Keller, critically acclaimed chef as well as guest judge on "Top Chef" and finalist on "Top Chef Masters," and Dannielle Kyrillos, entertaining expert and contributing editor of Food Republic.
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.
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!
Making your own extracts is pretty much a zero-skill DIY (if you can operate the lid to a jar, you're there). And the results can be WAY more flavorful and interesting than the stuff you'd buy at the store. All you need is some jars, alcohol and whatever flavors are calling to you. Putting these mixtures together literally takes just minutes — but keep in mind many homemade extracts need up to a couple of months to develop full flavor. Once ready to use, they keep for months, too.
We've all seen the non-dairy milks (almond milk for the win!) and the dairy-free ice creams (they're seriously just as good as the real stuff). But yogurt, sans dairy? We started out skeptical, but it's actually pretty darn delicious. And almost as easy to make at home as it is to pluck from the grocery shelves.
You don't have to be an athlete to reap the benefits of eating clean. Join chef Lentine Alexis and discover simple strategies to nourish your body when getting proper nutrition is a challenge. Learn to prepare nutrient-packed meals (and snacks!) as Lentine shares more than 10 of her favorite recipes, from weeknight noodle bowls to homemade granola bars. With Lentine's simple strategies and holistic approach to nutrition, you'll be well on your way to a more balanced lifestyle.
We call this a little mango magic: break out five simple ingredients and your food processor, and make your own frozen yogurt. (Yep, you don't even need an ice cream machine.) This treat's so easy the kids can do most of the work — just help them with the chopping and they'll be on their way.
You might have a good knife set, but that doesn't do you an ounce of good if you don't know how to use them. We'll give you the rundown on the most common types of kitchen knives and help you get a handle on the best tasks for each.
Storing pre-cut vegetables can up your cooking game in a big way. With prep already done, you're recipe-ready and can go ham inventing new dishes or rekindling an old kitchen flame. Plus you'll be covered when it comes to snack-time cravings. Veggies are so easy to store in the fridge once they're chopped, and plenty of them freeze well too. Freezing can help you preserve the bounty of seasons past, which is a great excuse to over indulge at your local farmers' market.