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    Hilah Cooking

    Hilah Cooking

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    Hilah Cooking is an internet series hosted by Austin-based singer/actor/comedian Hilah Johnson. The series is focused on teaching "real people" how to cook (and how to have fun while doing it). Learning how to cook will save you money, make you happy and maybe even get you laid! You won't need a fancy kitchen or hard-to-find ingredients to make any of our featured recipes. Each episode is packed with useful information presented in a fast-paced funny format.moreless
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    Behind the Burner

    Behind the Burner

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    Behind the Burner is an internet web show that features content about food, wine and nutrition from knowledgable experts in the field. The series is unique because there is no specific host and a number of different food experts (up to 500) are at the disposal of the show for each episode. They give their best tips and techniques on creating delicious meals. In addition to cooks, nutritionists play a large part in the show as a guide to healthy eating and how to eat well, while being smart about it at the same time. Wolfgang Puck and Michael Psilakis are among the well-known chefs who have appeared on the show to present their best practices, while also helping to break down the barrier between professional and home kitchens. Tips ranging from hamburger and poultry recipes to making a creamy chocolate dessert are just a few of the features of the show. Behind the Burner can also been seen on television as a regular broadcast on NBC New York.moreless
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    gardenfork

    gardenfork

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    Gardenfork is a web show about cooking, do-it-yourself activities, gardening and a variety of other eclectic topics. One episode focuses on how to make a trellis, giving the viewers step-by-step instructions on the construction of this garden support structure. The host discusses how to secure the trellis, what materials are appropriate for the frame and how to maximize the efficiency of the trellis in the spring and summer months. He also explains the primary purpose of the trellis, noting that it is used for sugar snap peas, cucumbers and string beans. Other clips show viewers how to change the oil on a lawnmower, the easiest way to install motion sensor lights and how to make cheese. A wide variety of recipes, including directions on how to make chocolate peanut butter cups, pork shoulder with beans, fireplace grilled salmon, bread and butter pickles and crock pot pea soup, are featured as well.moreless
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    Freshtopia.net

    Freshtopia.net

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    Freshtopia.net is a how-to web series covering food and drink topics hosted by Berkeley California nutritionist, Tanja Andrews. The web show has more than 150 short clips that give viewers different heath information and food preparation instruction using a trendy pop culture format. Tanja tells everyone about the raw juice movement in one of the clips. She then takes the audience to Fort Knox and shows them how to make a perfect gazpacho. Freshtopia.net also focuses on the green meme or organic food movement, and exposes its importance in many of their presentations. Tanja heads to Mexico in search of the organic Tomatillo Ravioli. She also shows everyone, while she was down there, how to make perfect all natural green meme tacos. Some of the clips in the series focus on environmental issues, covering stories like honey bee extinction and the disappearance of local organic stores in California. A University of California at Berkeley grant supports the Freshtopia.net web series.moreless
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    Economy Bites

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    Economy Bites is a web cooking show hosted by Texas native Allie Schwartz and filmed by Daniel Schloss. Created in 2009 during the heart of the recession, it's dedicated to making cooking cheap and easy - perfect for those of us who have less money without our jobs or less time because we're working so hard to stay employed. The show aims to solve the dilemma of being too tired or too lazy to cook dinner from scratch whilst trying to avoid the temptation of buying a takeaway or microwave meal. In each seven minute episode, Allie shows how easy it is to make a delicious meal that won't cost that much. From strawberry cupcakes to beef bourginon, there is something to suit every taste. The show is filmed in a homespun style, using a kitchen which isn't big, shiny and filled with pricey appliances. It's cramped, the stove is underpowered, and Schwartz has to cram ingredients into her undersized food processor. But everything works in the end, and the viewer is presented with a tasty looking dish that makes them want to watch the next episode.moreless
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    The Perennial Plate

    The Perennial Plate

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    Vimeo
    The Perennial Plate is a series that promotes Daniel Klein's passions of food, filmmaking and activism. After learning to cook at his mother's bed and breakfast, Daniel went on to work and train at many of the world's top restaurants. His culinary education brought him to Spain, France, England, India and New York, where he has worked and trained at top Michelin starred restaurants including The Fat Duck (Heston Blumenthal), St. John (Fergus Henderson), Mugaritz (Andoni Luis Aduriz), Bouchon (Thomas Keller), Applewood (David Shea) and Craft (Tom Collichio). After graduating from NYU, Daniel also pursued a career in film. He has directed, filmed, edited and produced projects on various issues including the development industry in Africa and oil politics. Daniel's most recent film "What are we doing here?" has aired on TV, in theaters and at numerous festivals around the world.moreless
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    At Home with Arlene Williams

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    At Home with Arlene Williams is a series dedicated to making your house a home by the use of helpful cooking and homemaking tips from top celebrity chefs. You will feel right at home with Arlene as she shares easy recipes in each episode. As Arlene walks you through step-by-step instructions for meals such as breakfast quesadillas, chicken pizzas and many others, you will also learn tips to cut your time in the kitchen in half.moreless
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    Drunken Cooking, Vegetarian Style

    Drunken Cooking, Vegetarian Style

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    Drunken Cooking, Vegetarian Style
    Drunken Cooking, Vegetarian Style is a web original that focuses on how to make quick and easy vegetarian recipes. Hosts Lauren Murrell and Jon Palmer join their friend and camera-man, Brian Cunningham, in their own kitchen to make some of their favorite foods while enjoying alcoholic beverages. The three foodies are occasionally joined by some of their other friends and generally have a good time while they prepare the meal of the day. Although the recipes are all vegetarian, each one uses common ingredients that most people already have at home. Some recipes include Quesadillas, Meatless Meat Loaf, Rhubarb Pie, Blueberry Ice Cream Sauce, and an Open-Faced Melt. In addition to the recipes, episodes include the antics and jokes these friends share while they drink and hang out together. Episodes are posted on various sites online, including their own website, which also features a blog written by the three creators and a written ingredient list and instructions for each of the recipes they feature on the show.moreless
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    FoodfactsTV

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    FoodfactsTV is a food and drink web show that is designed to give consumers honest information about the items they consume. The web show offers a food and ingredients database to help consumers understand how to read nutrition labels and truly understand what the information means. The show also strives to expose misleading labels and confirm or dispel food and drink myths. Some products the show has discussed in the past include vitamin waters, dark-colored sodas, manufacturer-bagged salads and breakfast bars.moreless
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    Let's Dish

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    Live Well
    Let's Dish is a healthy cooking show that streams over the internet from Live Well HD Network's website, www.livewellhd.com . This show does not just instruct viewers how to cook tasty foods, nor does it just instruct viewers how to cook healthy foods. Rather, the show instructs viewers how to create both tasty and healthy culinary delights, which really are the best of both worlds! You will not find any of Paula Deen's crazy recipes here, like donut-hamburgers that probably should come with a Physician's General warning, but rather such waist-friendly, budget-friendly, and taste bud-friendly delights as Radical Red Bell Peppers and Spectacular Sandwiches, with a bit of a Vietnamese flair thrown in for some extra kick. The recipes really try to have something for everyone, from a variety of healthy bison recipes for the red-meat-lover, to a collection of colorful salads that could probably bring saliva to the most vegetable-hating person out there, to some decadent chocolate main dishes, side dishes, and desserts. Oh, and for those who cannot have gluten or are vegetarian, there are plenty of recipes too. So check out Let's Dish for the new face of easily-accessible healthy cooking instruction.moreless
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    Chocolate Television

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    Chocolate Television is the web series for chocolate lovers that covers everything chocolate related. Got a sweet tooth? Crave that rich taste of chocolate all day? You'll love this. From TCB CAFE Publishing & Media and TasteTV comes a new media source for people who can't get enough of the culinary delight. The interactive program features chefs, chocolatiers, and chocolate lovers as they explore the tasty world of chocolate. See how cocoa can be a delicious part of your life, with recipes, tastings, cookbooks, products, commercials and more. Independent producers and viewers can even submit their own videos to show the world how crazy they are for chocolate. See Laderach Chocolates from Switzerland, check out a chocolate fashion show, a chocolate box made of chocolate, chocolate perfume, and much more on this fun-filled tour of the chocolate universe. Learn creative recipes, see innovative products, travel to the places where chocolate treats are made, and much more, as you get your chocolate fix in Chocolate Television.moreless
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    Bitchin' Kitchen

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    Cooking Channel
    Bitchin' Kitchen is a cooking show on the internet site, Bitchin' Lifestyle. Hosted by raunchy Nadia G., Bitchin' Kitchen is a cooking show for the punk rock generation. With post-one-night-stand breakfast suggestions, meals to apologize for PMS craziness, vegan carrot cake recipes, and recipes for Cosmos-thanks, Sex and the City-Bitchin' Kitchen is not your average suburban housewife's cooking show. Host Nadia G. rocks the kitchen in 3-inch cherry red heels, an inch of make-up, perfectly done hair, and an attitude that is even saucier than her Splitsville Salad. Nadia G. makes haute cuisine accessible, incorporates organic ingredients for today's health-conscious generation, and serves it all up with a generous side of humor. For the hip and rockin' of all ages, Bitchin' Kitchen is the go-to cook show and Nadia G. is the young chef/host to watch, an interesting blend of Julia Child, Katy Perry, Martha Stewart, and Janis Joplin.moreless
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    Food Science

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    On Networks
    Food Science from On Networks is a high-quality series of science videos presented by Dr. Kiki Sanford, a PhD scientist with a degree in Neurophysiology from UC Davis. She definitely puts zip into her video presentations, teaching science to the viewers without them realizing it is a science lesson. One can learn about such science terms as super saturation and crystallization, by watching the video about making fudge. She presents a video about the odorless, colorless gas known as liquid nitrogen with emphasis on the fact that it has such a low temperature, that you can instantly make ice cream. Find out why some cookies are light and fluffy, while others bake flat, by watching the video "How Leavening Works". Learn about plasticity, elasticity, viscosity and Sir Isaac Newton's Laws. The videos show these properties in common kitchen liquids such as yogurt, gravy and ketchup. Check out this series on food science videos to learn about science in a very entertaining way; making or investigating some of your favorite foods. These videos are highly recommended for children, providing an entertaining way for them to learn about science - "remembering it's not just food, it's science".moreless
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    Beer Nutz

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    Mojo
    Beer Nutz is a web video series hosted by Eric Gagnon and Kirt Kingzett, two die-hard beer fanatics who travel the country and beyond on the search for the very best brews, breweries, and pubs in the most celebrated beer cities. In each episode, Eric and Kirt travel to a new destination that's known for producing fine beers as well as being home to a vibrant and enthusiastic beer-drinking community. They then meet with some of the city's biggest beer nuts, who give viewers a glimpse of how they make these famous beers and where visitors should go to enjoy them. Beer is quite possibly the world's oldest alcoholic beverage and most definitely the world's most widely consumed. In recent years, craft breweries have begun operating all over the United States, producing flavorful and unique brews that are far from ordinary. Beer Nutz is a fun and informative series that's perfect for beer fans everywhere.moreless
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    Get Cookin' With Paula Deen

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    PaulaDeen.com
    Get Cookin' with Paula Deen is a weekly interactive cooking show that streams online over famous American chef Paula Deenâ��s website, www.PaulaDeen.com. Deen is famous for her rich southern cuisine, with more calories and grams of fat than one would probably think possible, and Get Cookin' with Paula Deen will not disappoint. Each bit of the many recipes she demonstrates is decadent and sinful, as is only fitting for food from the woman who rose to fame through a restaurant featuring a buffet of such nutritionist nightmares as deep fried Twinkies, cheesy meatloaf, fried chicken, creamed corn, garlic cheese biscuits, and her signature hoecakes. The show showcases not only the rich recipes that will leave cravings quenched and belts redundant, but also Deen's signature southern charm, straight from her kitchen in Savannah, Georgia. Tune in to Get Cookin' with Paula Deen to learn how to whip up some of her wonders, or just to try to soothe your craving by looking.moreless
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    Wodka Wars

    Wodka Wars

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    VBS.TV
    Wodka Wars is a vbs.tv web show documentary that attempts to decide whether Vodka originated in Russia or Poland. The raging debate between the two countries dates back to the late 1970s. In order to settle the dispute once and for all, "The Vice Guide to Travel" correspondent Ivan Berglin was sent on a fact-finding mission. After a session of interviews and taking into consideration factors such as history, culture and beliefs, Berglin ultimately places the dispute in the hands of the viewers to decide Vodka's origin.moreless
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    Beer Nation

    Beer Nation

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    Beer Nation is a web-based series exploring the craft beer revolution. Every time you turn around, the taps are multiplying at your local bar. What was once 2 or 3 beers on tap, is now 10 or 15. And these new beers often come from smaller, more creative breweries. Join us as we explore the raging craft beer revolution and discover all there is to know about beer from the brewery to your pint glass, including the brewers, the drinkers, and everyone else that makes this a Beer Nation.moreless
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    Tap That

    Tap That

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    Tap That is an informative internet television show that is all about the so-called beer lifestyle and the joys of drinking. There are entirely new shows broadcast each week and each episode takes viewers on a unique, one-of-a-kind journey through the most fascinating bars, breweries, festivals and parties from all over the beer world. Tap That covers sud related shenanigans occurring across the planet and introduces viewers to the interesting people who are helping to revolutionize the beer world. The show also checks out beer tastings and gives viewers a glimpse at the greatest brews around. Tap That aims to make beer drinking more pleasurable by discovering what has the beer community excited and introducing average beer drinkers to the best tasting beers. The show is written by Chris Davis and Keith Arscroft, produced by Scott Hollenbeck, hosted by Kevin Swan, and has the stated goal of being the internet's number one beer show.moreless
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    The L Magazine

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    The L Magazine is a comprehensive guide of New York City which features a web video series that gives viewers a little taste of the city. The L Magazine began as an alternative weekly newspaper that had some characteristics of an event guide. Every two weeks, the magazine version is still distributed to different hotspots around New York City for free. The web video series expands on the magazine by taking viewers into the offices of L Magazine and out in the city to see some of the places featured in print. In the past, L Magazine has taken its cameras to big seasonal events such as Williamsburg Fashion Weekend and Summerscreen. Indie music is also a large feature in the web video series with the magazine introducing its audience to new talent. Newcomers to the city will also find helpful "how to" video segments with information on how to make a Brooklyn Cocktail or Brooklyn Tattoo. The L Magazine covers all five boroughs of the city but has its largest presence include Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Hoboken, New Jersey.moreless
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    The Biggest Loser: Bob's Tips

    The Biggest Loser: Bob's Tips

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    NBC
    Bob's Tips is the web series from NBC where The Biggest Loser trainer Bob Harper gives you fitness and workout tips. The Biggest Loser is the NBC reality game show that debuted in 2004 and has become a cultural phenomenon. The show brings obese contestants to the Biggest Loser Campus, where they are put through rigorous training and dieting. Working with trainers, dietitians and psychologists, the contestants try their best to shed the pounds and get in shape. Each week at their weigh in, the team or individual that has lost the least percentage of weight must send someone packing. Whoever makes it to the end will take home the cash prize of $250,000. Now the trainers are giving you some tips so you can work out along with the contestants in the pursuit of your own weight loss goals. Bob's Tips brings you some useful knowledge from trainer Bob Harper. The personal trainer gives you tips on workouts, healthy foods, avoiding overeating on the holidays, staying motivated, and much more. Get your fitness routine moving, with some help from NBC's Bob's Tips.moreless
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