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Hatched From Peanuts, the South’s Hot New Oil

Hatched From Peanuts, the South’s Hot New Oil

Clay Oliver with a harvest of peanuts on his farm in Georgia that will be used for planting next year’s crop in the spring. Mr. Oliver uses raw peanuts to make a cold-pressed green peanut oil that has
Genius Thanksgiving Hacks You Should Bookmark Now — Really, Right Now

Genius Thanksgiving Hacks You Should Bookmark Now — Really, Right Now

Justin Chapple is a senior editor in Food & Wine’s Test Kitchen and host of their James Beard Award-nominated video series Mad Genius Tips. His new cookbook, Mad Genius Tips: Over 90 Expert Hacks
Iron Chef Marc Forgione Is Married! All the Details from His ‘Fairytale’ Caribbean Wedding

Iron Chef Marc Forgione Is Married! All the Details from His ‘Fairytale’ Caribbean Wedding

Chef Marc Forgione is a married man. The restaurateur and Next Iron Chef season three winner tied the knot to his girlfriend of over ten years, Kristen Angelilli, during a destination wedding at the
Google’s Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s Most Searched Recipes, Chefs and Diets of 2016

Google’s top searches from the year are out and when it comes to food, the world wanted comfort, comfort and more comfort. The most requested recipe of 2016 was green bean casserole followed by
How to Turn Leftover Fruitcake (and Other Holiday Foods No One Likes) Into Something Delicious

How to Turn Leftover Fruitcake (and Other Holiday Foods No One Likes) Into Something Delicious

The holidays bring plenty of delicious treats but naturally, with the good also comes the bad. We’re talking stale panettone, crushed or burnt cookies and, of course, the dreaded fruitcake. Whether
Ina Garten Still Gets ‘Incredibly Anxious’ About Entertaining — Get Her Stress-Reducing Tips

Ina Garten Still Gets ‘Incredibly Anxious’ About Entertaining — Get Her Stress-Reducing Tips

Despite her status as the ultimate lifestyle guru, Ina Garten is not immune from the stress of holiday entertaining. “I’m really horrified to say this, but I never have a party that I’m not incredibly
How Getting Sober Helped This Chef and Former Drug Addict Lose 194 Lbs.

How Getting Sober Helped This Chef and Former Drug Addict Lose 194 Lbs.

Food was only one culprit in Michael Lachowicz’s journey to ballooning up to 432 lbs. “My addiction is food, booze and narcotics,” says the classically trained chef, 46, who was inspired to go to
Vivian Howard, a TV Chef, Offers Hope for Her Rural Hometown

Vivian Howard, a TV Chef, Offers Hope for Her Rural Hometown

Vivian Howard, who spent her childhood plotting an escape from her rural eastern North Carolina county, has become an unlikely engine in its economic and cultural revival.

Go Inside Top Chef Alum Dale Talde’s Brooklyn Home and See What He Really Cooks for Dinner

If you need some inspiration to splurge on a steak night, look no further than this weeknight recipe from chef Dale Talde. In the video above, the Top Chef veteran shows us what he really cooks for

Restaurant Wars! Get a Sneak Peek of the Dramatic Fight on Tonight’s Top Chef

Prepare for a flurry of expletives and accusations in this exclusive preview of tonight’s dramatic episode of Top Chef. In this season, the 14th cycle of the hit Bravo series, eight returning chefs
Charred, Browned, Blackened: The Dark Lure of Burned Food

Charred, Browned, Blackened: The Dark Lure of Burned Food

The chef Gerardo Gonzalez chars vegetables for his burned-almond mole, which he serves with hominy and octopus at Lalo, the restaurant he opened last fall in Chinatown in Manhattan.
Celebrity Chefs Are Eating Raw ‘Chicken Sashimi’ — Is It Safe?

Celebrity Chefs Are Eating Raw ‘Chicken Sashimi’ — Is It Safe?

For the average American diner, the idea of eating raw chicken—with its inherent risk of salmonella poisoning—is a nightmarish prospect. But for chef Marc Murphy, chicken sashimi is the stuff
U.S. Team Wins Bocuse d’Or Competition for First Time

U.S. Team Wins Bocuse d’Or Competition for First Time

Winners of the Bocuse d’Or in Lyon, France, were teams from the United States, center, in first place; Norway, left, in second; and Iceland, right, in third.

Dinner at Disney’s New Exclusive Restaurant Costs $15,000

This article originally appeared on FWx. The Happiest Place on Earth has never been the cheapest. A single adult ticket to Disneyland will currently set you back between $95 and $119 depending on
Does Fame Have a Recipe? Dominique Crenn’s Fast Rise

Does Fame Have a Recipe? Dominique Crenn’s Fast Rise

Dominique Crenn, center, with her staff at Atelier Crenn, one of her San Francisco restaurants.
Gordon Ramsay Is Savagely Dissing Home Cooks on Twitter

Gordon Ramsay Is Savagely Dissing Home Cooks on Twitter

It seems like an innocent social media interaction at first glance: Twitter users submit photos of their homemade dishes to MasterChef‘s Michelin-starred guru Gordon Ramsay, a notorious (and
Take a Tour of Tiffani Thiessen’s Los Angeles Kitchen and Hyper-Organized Pantry

Take a Tour of Tiffani Thiessen’s Los Angeles Kitchen and Hyper-Organized Pantry

Tiffani Thiessen‘s kitchen is the focal point of the Los Angeles home she shares with her husband, actor-artist Brady Smith, and their two children Harper, 6, and Holt, 20 months. It’s where she preps
Ree Drummond’s Oklahoma Restaurant Gets 6,000 Visitors Per Day — in a Town of Only 3,500

Ree Drummond’s Oklahoma Restaurant Gets 6,000 Visitors Per Day — in a Town of Only 3,500

Ree Drummond spent years renovating her newly-opened bakery, deli and retail store, The Mercantile, but the headache appears to have been worth it. The Food Network star—better known as the Pioneer
Rachael Ray Crowns the Best Burgers 2017 at Her Annual Burger Bash

Rachael Ray Crowns the Best Burgers 2017 at Her Annual Burger Bash

Just steps from the ocean on a perfect 78-degree Friday night in Miami, Rachael Ray hosted her annual Burger Bash party at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival—where dozens of chefs from around

Chef Stephanie Izard’s Secret Ingredient Hack: I Put ‘It in Everything’

Stephanie Izard, the Chicago-based chef best known as the first woman to win Bravo’s Top Chef, does not have a reputation for taking the easy road. But she does rely on a food shortcut to make her