Martha Stewart and other TV chefs share their best-ever cooking tips

Martha Stewart and other TV chefs share their best-ever cooking tips

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Meet Andrew Rea, the man behind YouTube’s favorite cooking channel.

Of the genres that are most prevalent on YouTube—cute animals, makeup tutorials, commentary—food and cooking videos are two of the most major players. Within that deep field, Andrew Rea may just be the biggest star of them all. If his name doesn’t immediately ring a bell, the title of his YouTube channel, Binging With Babish, likely will.

Rea’s videos, in which he re-creates dishes seen in movies and TV shows—some recent uploads include “Cookie Cat From Steven Universe” and “Chicken Kiev From Mad Men”—consistently hit over 1 million views. His most-viewed video, an episode

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Chobani virtual cooking series to benefit charities; how to attend

Looking to change up your dinner routine and help a good cause?

Chobani and Hudson Valley Eats have created a virtual family cooking series designed to ensure local families in need have access to nutritious food.

The “Chobani Family Cooking Series,” hosted by Cooking for a Cause kicks off  April 13 with 100% of ticket sales going to benefit three local nonprofits fighting against food insecurity: Feeding Westchester, Food Bank of Hudson Valley, and Dutchess Outreach.

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pandemic cooking strengthened bonds when social interactions stalled

Anna Olson felt a tinge of pride last spring when the demand for flour and yeast became so great that grocery stores couldn’t stock their shelves fast enough.

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The professional pastry chef and Food Network Canada star was thrilled to see people turning to baking and cooking in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, sharpening culinary skills they never felt they needed before.


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But pandemic cooking, borne out of necessity, comfort or boredom, soon evolved into a means of connecting with others at a time when social interactions were drying up,

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