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You Can Now Stream Anthony Bourdain's 'Parts Unknown Season 3' On Netflix

Your evening just got a little more interesting
Dec 8, 2014 3:30 pm

Everyone listen up! We have a very important announcement! Tonight, Netflix, that magical button on your smart TV's remote you press all the time, airs Season 3 of Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown. Beginning in the Punjab region of India and ending neck-deep in a Brazilian party the likes of which you can't imagine, these eight episodes will break you right out of that travel rut.

I Fell In Love With A Cartoon Mascot In Morocco

A history of Aïcha, Morocco's beloved icon
Nov 19, 2014 9:00 am

When I saw her, I knew. My heart started beating, my pupils dilated, my breath quickened. This was love, plain and simple. Her bright, brown eyes were like satellites beaming into my soul; her magical combination of bangs and pig-tails spoke to me with a sugary sweet voice that said, “I'm cool but casual and definitely open to talking to a guy like you, Jason.” But who was she? Aïcha. The most beautiful girl in the world. Aïcha. She had to be mine.

Watch A Trailer For The Perennial Plate's Restyled Victory Garden Show On PBS

Acclaimed filmmakers take over iconic series
Nov 17, 2014 3:15 pm

Award-winning filmmakers Daniel Klein and Mirra Fine of the Perennial Plate have a new show coming up this winter on PBS. It's a reboot of the  network's popular series The Victory Garden, created in partnership with Edible magazines. Watch the trailer here.

These Donuts Are Surreal: Inspired By Blue Velvet, Twin Peaks Director David Lynch

A sweet tribute from Philly's Federal Donuts
Nov 10, 2014 2:00 pm

On Monday, the latest creation from Philadelphia's Federal Donuts makes its public debut. It's called Good Coffee. Stick the word "damn" at the front of that, and you might catch the reference. It's a Twin Peaks thing. The coffee-flavored round is the last in a series of four sugary tributes to acclaimed film and television director David Lynch.

Looking At The New Fall TV Lineup With Food Squarely On The Brain

This fall TV lineup looks much more appetizing
Sep 26, 2014 8:00 am

Screw you, 4th graders. September isn't about new backpacks and brown bag lunches, it's about new TV shows that aim to capture our hearts and minds. Instead of dealing with the inevitable letdown of the new fall season, I decided to reimagine the shows in a way that will make them truly successful: with food.

'The Mind of a Chef' Wins Big At Daytime Emmys

PBS show named 'Outstanding Culinary Program'
Jun 23, 2014 12:00 pm

PBS show The Mind of a Chef took home honors as "Outstanding Culinary Program" at the 41st Annual Daytime Emmy Awards last night. The chef-narrated show, which is produced by Food Republic's parent company, Zero Point Zero Production, notably topped Food Network icons Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis for the coveted award. Details this way...

Mario Batali Is Starting A Production Company, With An R-Rated Name To Boot

Celeb chef to create new lifestyle shows
Jun 16, 2014 10:30 am

Chef Mario Batali is behind a new company that will create food and lifestyle programming targeted at millennials. His newest venture – a collaboration with OgilvyEntertainement – is titled ccMF Productions and will look to explore the human component of food and food production. It will be targeted at the younger generation. More information, after the jump.

BBQ On TV: 12 Shows That Respect The Grilling And Smoking Of Meat

From 'House of Cards' to 'Dukes of Hazzard'
May 12, 2014 8:00 am

Barbecue culture has got its applewood-stained hooks sunk into TV’s tender gut. BBQ PitmastersBBQ CrawlMan Fire FoodPrimal Grill — multiple networks are vying for their slice of manly meat mastery, whether the focus is on intense competitions or the subtle, sooty art of open-flame home cooking. But with all this reality-based cookery clogging up our DVRs, it’s easy to overlook the important role the grill has played in scripted American television. Here are 12 favorites.

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