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    Cooking with Chef Dato

    Cooking with Chef Dato

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    Cooking with Chef Dato Chef David "Dato" Kadagishvili shows you how to make delicious international cuisine in this short cooking show.
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    Cooking with Arsenii

    Cooking with Arsenii

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    Cooking with Arsenii features Chef Arsenii Samoilov. Chef Arsenii shares his favorite dishes and knowledge of food so everyone can cook and eat healthier meals within a small budget and a short amount of time. Episodes are less than ten minutes and feature a wide array of appetizers, entrees and desserts. Recipes include Chicken Piallard with a Summer Salad, Herbed Salmon and Asparagus, Grilled Fruit, Chambord Strawberries, Quick Collard Greens and even a Banana Split.moreless
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    Kitchenguy

    Kitchenguy

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    Kitchenguy features Chef Jim Gray, a skilled chef, caterer, consultant and culinary instructor from Western Montana who owns Kitchen Guy Chef Services. In 2005, Chef Jim was awarded the American Culinary Federation's Montana Chef of the Year. In each two-minute episode, Chef Jim presents complex recipes in a simple way so you can make them at home. Recipes include Taco Soup, Chicken Francaise, Shrimp Over Israeli Couscous and Salpicon which is a Mexican shredded steak salad.moreless
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    Beer Utopia

    Beer Utopia

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    Beer Utopia The never ending search for the best beer.Beer Utopia is maintained by beer enthusiasts for beer enthusiasts. We don?t claim to know everything about beer; we just know we love it. We are always looking for that special brew that brings life on this Earth a little closer to Utopia.Beer is the oldest and most popular alcoholic beverage on the planet and the making and consumption of beer has always been a community experience. As we search the country and the world for the best beer, we invite you to come along and tap into the culture of beer. Are you a Utopian? All you need is a love of beer and the culture of beer. Create an account then participate in the Utopia community by leaving comments on Beer Utopia. If you would like to contribute an article or be a regular contributor to Beer Utopia, contact us and we?ll hook you up!moreless
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    The Natural Princess

    The Natural Princess

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    The Natural Princess is a web series focused on sustainable, whole foods. Hosted by Alicia Ghio, the series highlights the benefits of choosing sustainable and locally grown food. Each episode focuses on a different aspect of whole foods, including visiting organic farms, reviewing sustainable restaurants around the country and providing tutorials and recipes that use fresh, natural foods to create culinary masterpieces. From raspberry lassi to fennel frittata, Ghio's recipes cater to both beginners and professionals.moreless
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    Chef Martino

    Chef Martino

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    Chef Martino features easy-to-follow veal recipes. Veal is a lean and nutritious alternative for meals, but working with this delicious protein can be intimidating to most cooks. Episodes in this web series show the simplicity behind preparing veal entrees. Recipes include Provitello Veal Rib Chop with Mango Salsa, Veal Sirloin Roast with Braised Vegetables, Veal Scallopini with Avocado, Veal Roast Stuffed with Apples, Apricots and Cranberries and even the Burger Supremo with Zesty Grilled Vegetables.moreless
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    Cumbria's foodie TV!

    Cumbria's foodie TV!

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    Cumbria's foodie TV! profiles the artisan food in the Lake District of Cumbria. Located in northwest England, Cumbria is an area of natural beauty where a group of food producers work collectively to promote their high quality, affordable foods. Episodes in this series feature the region's producers and chefs. Recipes include basic bread and fresh asparagus with eggs. The series also includes techniques such as spice mixing and local events such as the marmalade contest.moreless
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    Walla Walla Uncorked

    Walla Walla Uncorked

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    Walla Walla Uncorked is a web show, hosted by Becky Waggoner and produced by Sapp DV Films. Every winery and winemaker has a story. Becky Waggoner, our host will uncover those stories, the how and why of becoming a winemaker, and why the Walla Walla Valley. Each episode of Walla Walla Uncorked will showcase a winery and an easy to understand wine topic a.k.a. the topic of interest. The show will present information to inexperienced or new wine drinkers in a way that is easy to watch, humorous, and will inspire them. By the way, Becky is also new to wine and inexperienced. Her goal each episode is to learn about the winery and something about wine in general.moreless
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    Chow Ciao!

    Chow Ciao!

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    Celebrity chef Fabio Viviani hosts this new online cooking show focusing on making Italian dishes.
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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:
    2013 Emmy Awards
    • Nominated – Outstanding Special Class – Short-Format Nonfiction Programs

    2012 Emmy Awards
    • 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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    Dining Downunder

    Dining Downunder

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    Dining Downunder
    Dining Downunder was an Australian cooking T.V. show that ABC Asia-Pacific started airing in 2004 and ended its broadcasting by 2006. It consisted of a total of 13 episodes, which were hosted by recognized chefs Vic Cherikoff, Benjamin Christie and Mark McCluskey, who not only presented the show but also worked as embassadors of Australian cuisine by working with the government to promote Australia and its exports, and in this way show the value of this country's culture. The show was a joint production between Vic Cherikoff Food Services of Sydney, Australia and Greant Patterson of Bailey Park Productions of Toronto, Canada. It included shots in scenic locations, and it also included the internationally recognized Australian food style. Dining Downunder wanted to attract viewers by revealing new, creative ways of using indigenous Australian ingredients in modern recipes. The show mixed Australian culture and traditions with modern recipes to create an appealing choice for viewers.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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    Cooking Up A Story

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    Cooking Up a Story
    Cooking Up A Story (CUpS) offers a variety of short form video programming that examines our food system, up close and personal. CUpS brings you unique documentary stories about farmers and ranchers, food artisans, and others whose lives center around sustainable food and agriculture. In addition, we offer interviews with experts on the science, politics and culture of food; how to information from leading farmers and backyard gardeners; cooking demonstrations; and time tested, family tested, recipes, along with a host of other video content and leading edge agricultural information. From the farm to the table, we hope you will join us on the journey to create a sustainable and prosperous food system.moreless
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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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    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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    Supertaster

    Supertaster

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    CHOW
    Supertaster brings you the inside information on the tastiest treats from different parts of the globe.
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    Obsessives (Chow)

    Obsessives (Chow)

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    CHOW
    Obsessives from Chow.com is a web series featuring experts in the food and drink industry who have a particular obsession with a singular dish or beverage. You've heard of picky eaters? These folks make those folks look like hungry, hungry hippos. Obsession is too soft of a word. They do not mess around, taking seriously those things that you may shrug off, like pizza and coffee, and making it their specialty like they hold a Ph. D centered around it. Not only do they explain the process in creating, the business world of whatever industry holding their fancy and how they got to such a high status, but they also make you want to re-evaluate if you should eat anything but the best again. You'd never imagine how passionately someone could care about marmalade, or what really goes into the best loaf of bread.moreless
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    You're Doing It All Wrong

    You're Doing It All Wrong

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    You're Doing It All Wrong is constructive criticism. Don't take it the wrong way: Just learn the right way.
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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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    The Perfect

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    The unparalleled. The best in show. We call it The Perfect: our video series on how something so very good gets to be that way.
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