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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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    At Home with Arlene Williams

    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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    The Chef's Kitchen

    The Chef's Kitchen

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    Hype413, Inc.
    Learn how to prepare your favorite dishes from the experts on The Chef's Kitchen. You'll pick up tips and techniques you never knew!
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    The Thunder Show

    The Thunder Show

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    Wine Library TV
    The Thunder Show is wine guru Gary Vaynerchuk's daily web video blog devoted to wine discussions, tastings, and reviews, and is produced by Wine Library TV. Vaynerchuck is known for his gonzo approach to wine culture, seeking to " break down the barriers, stereotypes, and misperceptions that otherwise prevent people from exploring and enjoying the exciting and rewarding world of wine." This has attracted a following of fans who refer to themselves as "Vayniacs", and has led to the breakout success of The Thunder Show and of Vaynerchuk's 2009 book Crush It, which climbed to #1 on the Amazon Best Seller list for Web Marketing books after less than a week.moreless
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    Let's Dish

    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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    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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    Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie

    Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie

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    Gourmet
    Gourmet's Diary of a Foodie is Gourmet Magazine and American Public Television's half-hour TV series that combines travel with exotic and unusual foods and recipes. Diary of a Foodie takes viewers beyond food and recipes as the James Beard Award-winning series profiles of different locations around the globe, and showcases unique ingredients, food-obsessed personalities, and the latest food trends. For the truly food-obsessed, the show even looks into topics like food chemistry and traditional methods of preparation. Diary of a Foodie is dedicated to satisfying not only your stomach, but your mind as well. Bring both of your appetites.moreless
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    Food. Curated.

    Food. Curated.

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    Food. Curated. is a web series that focuses on the personal side of food. Liza de Guia hosts the series, sharing the stories and anecdotes that turn cooking into a narrative as well as a process. The series focuses on sustainable, local and organic foods and gourmet cooking processes. Farmers, chefs, foodies and restaurateurs guest star on the show, meaning that each episode offers new insight into the many threads that combine to create the world of fine cooking.moreless
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    Chow Tips

    Chow Tips

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    CHOW
    Chow Tips is a series of succinct instructional videos from Chow.com. Each video has a running time of approximately 30 seconds, which doesn’t leave a lot of time to cover a surprising breadth of subject matter. The series covers everything from simple advice like, “Save Bacon Grease” and “How to Spit Wine”, to the artisanry of the decorative “Cupcake Rose.” The skill levels addressed here is impressive, as well, carrying everything from the basic “How to Line Your Cake Pan with Parchment Paper” and “When Should You Use Cubed Versus Crushed Ice?,” to the daunting but surprisingly simple “How to Fake Sous Vide Sausage,” to the virtually impossible “How to Cook Perfect Rice Every Time.” Best of all, Chow Tips aren’t limited to food preparation. The series has also taken interesting tacks towards gardening (“How to Lure Bees to Your Garden”) and farming (“What’s the Ideal Size for a Flock of Chickens”) and, as the leaves change, you’ll find seasonal entries that cover what wine might go with what Halloween Candy and even “How to Make Delicious Fake Blood for Halloween.”moreless
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    Fizzy's Lunch Lab

    Fizzy's Lunch Lab

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    PBS Kids
    Fizzy's Lunch Lab is a scientific and educational web series developed by PBS that offers a fun and kid-friendly approach to teaching healthy nutrition and the need for physical activity. With crazy characters led by Professor Fizzy, a scatter-brained culinary genius, he utilizes Mixie Bot, the best kitchen gadget ever, Corporal Cup, the ingredient leader, and Sully the Cell, the personal guide to human anatomy, in order to face off against Fast Food Freddy, the Grease-monger, as he works to introduce kids to healthy food choices. The goal in Fizzy's Lunch Lab is to stop the obesity epidemic by giving children the ability to take control of their food choices by learning about all things food, including the differences between whole wheat and white bread, what goes into a well-balanced meal, the impact of fresh fruits and vegetables, and even the importance of a family dinner! Fizzy's Lunch Lab believes that the first step to combating these health problems is by being aware and fully prepared for all things healthy.moreless
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    Tasty Life

    Tasty Life

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    Vimeo
    Tasty Life features videos uploaded to Vimeo from Top Chef contestant Stephanie Izard.
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    Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen

    Top Chef: Last Chance Kitchen

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    Bravo
    Last Chance Kitchen returns for season three in New Orleans, offering another season where an elimination is not the final course. Each week two contestants eliminated from Top Chef will match their skills in a head-to-head challenge. The winner sticks around for next week's challenge against the latest chef. The ultimate winner heads back to Top Chef in time for the finale and its high-stakes rounds.

    Hosted and judged by Tom Colicchio and presented by Bravotv.com, this web show is one of a number of multimedia platforms Bravo uses to interact with its audience. Produced by Dave Serwatka and Lisa Hsia and Aimee Viles for Bravo, and Dave Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz and Ashley Kaplan for Magical Elves, the show is a joint production of Bravo Media and Magical Elves Productions.

    Awards:
    2018 Emmy Awards (70th)
    Nominated – Outstanding Short Form Nonfiction or Reality Series

    2013 Emmy Awards (65th)
    Nominated – Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Nonfiction Programs

    2012 Emmy Awards (64th)
    Nominated – Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Nonfiction Programs
    Nominated – Outstanding Creative Achievement in Interactive Media – Enhancement to a Television Program or Seriesmoreless
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    New Brew Thursday

    New Brew Thursday

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    Vimeo
    Videos uploaded to Vimeo by New Brew Thursday.
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    Conscious Living TV

    Conscious Living TV

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    Vimeo
    Conscious Living TV presents the latest in eco-fab, mindful living.
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    Everyday Dish TV

    Everyday Dish TV

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    Vimeo
    Everyday Dish TV is like having a personal chef at your disposal. All of our recipes are based on a plant based diet. Vegan and vegetarian cooking at its finest. We make cooking fun, simple and inspiring. We catered our site to help vegetarians, vegans the veg-curious. These are food alternatives for those with milk allergies, lactose intolerance, gluten-free or healthy living diets with an emphasis on information and useful tools.moreless
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    Daniel Klein

    Daniel Klein

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    Daniel Klein is the producer and star of a weekly video series The Perennial Plate. This weekly online series posts one five to ten minute episode every Monday for the entire year and is based in Minnesota. Daniel Klein learned how to cook from his mother who owned and operated a bed and breakfast in England. After graduating from New York University with a degree in politics, Daniel traveled around the world with his brothers and cousin and produced a film documenting the struggles of others around the world. The film What Are We Doing Here? has been on TV and in film festivals. After working for several restaurants, Daniel decided to move to Minnesota to start his own restaurant, then decided to produce this series. Camera woman Mirra Fine documents Daniel catching his own food, hunting, and visiting local food providers. Visits include a mushroom farm and a greenhouse. In the first episode, Daniel tries to hunt and kill a wild turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. Klein's series is one of the first to document the local food production in Minnesota. The goal of this series is to be politically informative with a sense of adventure.moreless
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    Star Salvation

    Star Salvation

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    Food Network
    Food Network, in a case where imitation may be the sincerest form of flattery, takes a page from the Top Chef cookbook and offers eliminated finalists a chance at salvation and a return to the competition. The challenges emphasize cooking excellence, but not camera readiness although that factor caused a number of the finalists' eliminations.

    Season 12 – Hosted and judged by Alex Guarnaschelli (Iron Chef America, The Cooking Loft, Alex's Day Off) and Eddie Jackson (Food Network Star season 11 winner; BBQ Blitz )

    Season 11 – Hosted and judged by Alex Guarnaschelli (Iron Chef America, The Cooking Loft, Alex's Day Off) and Jeff Mauro (Food Network Star season 7 winner; Sandwich King, The Kitchen)

    Season 10 – Hosted, judged and mentored by Geoffrey Zakarian (Iron Chef America, In the Kitchen, and The Lambs Club restaurant) and Damaris Phillips (Food Network Star season 9 winner; Southern at Heart). Each episode was divided into two parts

    Season 9 – Hosted and judged by Robert Irvine (Dinner: Impossible, Restaurant: Impossible).moreless
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    The More You Know

    The More You Know

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    NBC
    The More You Know is an NBC show consisting of public service announcements made by stars. Topics include Bullying, Caring for the Environment and Mentoring. The More You Know airs between prime time & Saturday morning shows on NBC.moreless
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    Thai Foodcast

    Thai Foodcast

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    Thai Foodcast is your number one source for quick and easy Thai recipes. Covering many of the most popular Thai dishes in the West, the website shows just how easy preparing the seemingly exotic food really can be. No longer will you have to eat at a restaurant to experience the flavors of Thailand; instead, head to an Asian grocer, stock up, and let your experiments in Thai cooking go wild. Using Thai Foodcast's recipes as your base, you may end up cooking better food than any you've had in a restaurant. With easy yet flavorful recipes for appetizers, main courses, and even desserts, Thai Foodcast and its friendly chef Aunchalee will help you mix up your home menu, with detailed cooking videos and helpful advice on its website. The site even includes bloopers to both entertain you and warn of common pitfalls you may run into while preparing the recipes. With all this, there's no excuse not to jump into the flavorful world of Thai cooking today!moreless
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    Cheflive Signature Dish

    Cheflive Signature Dish

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    Cheflive
    The best chef's preparing their famous and favorite dishes.
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